Edward Jones to hosta special presentationThe two Edward Jones financial advisers in Aurora will host a free satellite broadcast titled "Create a Legacy for Future Generations" Nov. 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.During the educational program, attorneys will discuss how wills, trusts and planned gifting can help investors create meaningful and continuing financial legacies for those people and causes they hold dear.Special guest Rhonda Anderson, co-founder of Creative Memories, also will explain how journals, scrapbooks and photographs can help one leave an inspirational legacy of life and learning to future generations.The interactive event is presented at select Edward Jones branch offices nationwide via the firm's private video network.To reserve a seat or for more information about the program, call either Brady Krebs at 330-995-4890 or Dick Gerbracht at 330-995-5126. Additional viewing opportunities are available.Howard Hanna revealsvolume for SeptemberHoward Hanna Real Estate Services, parent company of Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer, reports total volume of $1.42 billion for September.Closed, listing and written volume for Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer totaled $531 million. Closed volume was $179 million (904 units), written volume was $142 million (752 units) and listing volume was $208 million (959 units).Closed volume is defined as properties sold, listing volume is the properties listed and written volume reflects sales pending.Total volume for the Eastern Region, which includes the Aurora branch, was $239 million, of which Aurora accounted for $18.8 million.Leading the Aurora branch in closed volume for the month was Susan Elaine White, while she also was the written volume leader.Rexam facility slatedto close early in 2008The Rexam Inc. plant on Mondial Parkway in Streetsboro announced in a letter to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services that it will close early next year."This action is expected to be permanent," Rexam plant manager Thomas Young wrote in the letter. Phone calls to him were not returned.According to the Rexam Web site -- www.rexam.com -- the Streetsboro plant features the injection of molders to make precision plastic components and assemblies for the personal care market.The letter states 46 of the plant's 60 employees will be laid off between Dec. 21 and Jan. 3.Mayor Mark Pavlick said it's always sad when people lose their jobs in the city and when an industrial plant closes. He said he hopes many of the employees can find other jobs in the city."We will work hard to hopefully replace the business as soon as possible," he said.