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Lara Stafinski holds 4-month-old Carlynn with her 5-year-old son Cody Saturday in Seville on Saturday. Stafinski, an elementary counselor, joined other parents and educators who are concerned about draconian cuts that would follow a levy failure on May 6. (Doug Livingston/Akron Beacon Journal)
The Crass family including from right to left, fourth-grader Cade, mother Anna, sixth-grader Corina and eighth-grader Caleb rallies in support of educators during a levy rally in Seville on Saturday. (Doug Livingston/Akron Beacon Journal)
Mollie and Ben Jarvis (left) stand beside their children, Kate, 5, and Hayden, 7, during a levy support rally Saturday in downtown Seville. Mollie Jarvis, a high school art teacher at Cloverleaf, said she would lose her job if the levy fails. She also would stop open enrolling her children into Cloverleaf from Medina, where the family resides. (Doug Livingston/Akron Beacon Journal)
MANTUA: As the pot for the Queen of Hearts game eclipsed $1 million, fortune seekers began driving to Garrettsville with increasing regularity. Each week, they flooded SkyLane Bowling, exchanging fistfuls of cash for strings of raffle tickets.