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Heart to Heart Celebration:
February 14th @ 5:30 at Raintree Country Club
We would like to invite you and your Valentine to enjoy some of the best DUELING PIANO entertainment that you will find anywhere! The Kaderly Foundation is bring back two of the original Howl at the Moon-Cleveland performers for your entertainment on Valentines night! No long lines or missed reservations, just singing along to great music with close friends or the one you love. In the process you will be helping us assist the youth of the area through scholarships and community services. We look forward to singing along with you, there! (more…)
A new logo has been announced for the MNK Project, a new division of The Kaderly Foundation. This logo mimics the star from the Kaderly Foundation logo, typing the new division to the Foundation. This new division honors the memory of a brave young Manchester girl, Megan Nicole Kasmar with a memorial scholarship for Manchester High School graduates.
The 2014 Kaderly Classic will be Friday July 25th at Raintree Country Club. Proceeds for the 3rd annual golf tournament will benefit the Richard J. Kaderly Scholarship Fund. This “Christmas In July” themed outing will be a 4 person scramble beginning with a shotgun start at 10:00am. Soda, beer, and water will be provided throughout the day. Lunch will be served at the turn followed by a BBQ buffet at the conclusion of play. The cost is $85 per golfer, which includes a “Thank You” gift and complimentary range balls before play. (more…)
The Manchester High School Softball teams played in a Knockout Breast Cancer double header on May 3rd. The Kaderly Foundation was happy to help provide the t-shirts for both the Varsity & JV teams as they raised awareness and money toward the cause. The special event was hosted by Wadsworth High School and played at Wadsworth and Jackson. The Lady Panthers split the day, beating the Lady Grizzlies and falling later to Medina. Good luck to the team as they move on to play in the OHSAA Regional round on May 28th at Massillon High School.
The Kaderly Foundation was happy to assist D.A.R.E. Officer Garry Prebynski and the New Franklin Police Department with the 2014 D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Manchester Middle School 5th Graders graduated from D.A.R.E. on May 9th at a ceremony held at Manchester Middle School. Parents and teachers were invited to be on hand to show their support of the students.
The Kaderly Foundation is proud to announce that Chandler Stahl is the 2014 recipient of The Richard J. Kaderly Memorial Scholarship. There were many outstanding candidates this year that made narrowing the choice down to just one person nearly impossible. Chandler was selected from a process that included 9 board member voters and 3 staff advisors. We are excited to congratulate Chandler as he prepares himself to attend Malone University to play baseball and become an educator and wish all of the Class of 2014 the very best.
We would like to invite you and your Valentine to enjoy some of the best DUELING PIANO entertainment that you will find anywhere! The Kaderly Foundation has tracked down two of the original Howl at the Moon performers from Cleveland and will be presenting them for your pleasure. No long lines or missed reservations, just singing along to great music with close friends or the one you love. In the process you will be helping us assist the youth of the area through scholarships and community services. We look forward to singing along with you, there! (more…)
The Kaderly Foundation is happy to announce that Austin Klein is the 2013 recipient of Manchester High School Football’s – Rick Kaderly Award. The award, which is presented by Panther Paws, is selected by the Panther coaching staff. It was introduced by Manchester Local Schools Board of Education President, Rick Sponseller and presented to Austin by Rick Kaderly, Jr. He will receive a $1,000 scholarship that The Kaderly Foundation attaches to the award annually and was given the honor at the Manchester Football banquet on December 15th.
Jon Mitchen, Chief Administrative Officer, The Kaderly Foundation at 2013 Manchester Senior Awards Presentation
The Kaderly Foundation is extremely happy and humbled to announce that the value of the Richard J. Kaderly Memorial Scholarship, given to a member of the Manchester High senior class, will be increased starting in 2014. The onetime $1,000 scholarship, that had been distributed each of the past two years, will be increased to a four-time $1,000 ($4,000). The first recipient of the increased award will be announced at the 2014 Senior Awards Banquet in May.
“This is a leap of faith for our organization”, say President, Rick Kaderly, Jr. “When we started this foundation, we wanted to give out one $500 scholarship a year. We had goals of giving out a 4 year scholarship ten years down the road, or so. To have made the jump in just two years is a statement as to great support we have received from the people of this community and the surrounding communities.” (more…)
The Kaderly Foundation is happy to have partnered with the New Franklin Police Department to help present Safety City this year. It was held starting on June 10th for incoming kindergartners at Nolley Elementary School in the Manchester Local School District. The course was previously taught through the Summit County Sheriffs Department before being taken over by The City of New Franklin in 2012.