Officials from Copley Township gathered Aug. 3 to help representatives from House of Agape, a day center dedicated to the care of seniors with dementia and adults with disabilities, mark its official opening.
“This ribbon-cutting and open house was a life changing event for me, said Elaine Williams, CEO of House of Agape. “I have worked to care for people for 35 years and that experience led to this.”
Williams added Agape means “God’s wonderful love.”
The new business, located at 278 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road, is co-owned by Williams and Rachelle Cobb.