TWINSBURG -- All households will receive a voucher by mail for the Bicentennial publication, "Three Communities, One Heritage," the week of Feb. 13.

Pick up this piece of Bicentennial history beginning March 1 at various locations (see list below). Book vouchers will be mailed to all households in Twinsburg Township, the city of Twinsburg and village of Reminderville. The Bicentennial was made possible by generous sponsors including founding sponsor, Forest City Erectors Inc.

Each household is limited to one copy of the book via the red, white and blue voucher, and the offer expires July 31, 2017. Residents who pick up the book will also be entered into a grand prize drawing at the Founders' Day event this July. Books are limited and the voucher applies while supplies last.

Vouchers can be redeemed at Twinsburg Township Hall (1790 Enterprise Parkway); Twinsburg Government Center (10075 Ravenna Road); Reminderville Municipal Center (3382 Glenwood Boulevard); the Twinsburg City School District Board of Education (11136 Ravenna Road); the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce (9044 Church Street); and Twinsburg Public Library (10050 Ravenna Road).

"Three Communities, One Heritage" will be published by Gray & Company and highlight the area's history in a fun, easy-to-read format. Historical information has been compiled by Pursue Posterity and the Bicentennial Commission since September 2015. To learn more about the Bicentennial, visit or like their Facebook page at

Additional support for the Bicentennial comes from many community sponsors. "Hero" sponsors include Legacy Place Twinsburg; Dunkin' Donuts Twinsburg; Tri Mor Corp; DiGeronimo Companies; Twins Days; and Cleveland Clinic Family Healthy and Surgery Center in Twinsburg.

"Industrialist" sponsors include Hitachi Medical Systems; Cable 9; Royal Chemical; ChromaScape Inc.; Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern; Rotary Club of Twinsburg; Audrey and Ed Kancler; and Kathi Procop and Gene Esser.

"Contributing Historian" sponsors include Contractors Steel Co.; the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce; Twinsburg Garden Club; Kimble Companies; Twinsburg Historical Society; Destiny Church; Twinsburg Athletic Boosters; Visual Marking Systems; Hope Family Couseling; Kollman's Greenhouse Inc.; Erieview Reproduction Center; Churchhill Steel Plate Ltd.; Bea Adzema; The Alonso Family, Richard and Sue Davis; The Leonard Family; Orchard Ledge Farm; The Schmidt and Clark Families; Memory of Ken and Peg Percy; Kathryn Powers, Twinsburg School District superintendent; and The Yates Family.