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What We Did Last Summer


Patrick Carmody dropping off donations to Euclid Hunger Center
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Gardening sounds like a summer activity, but the Memorial Park Community Garden (MPCG) is busy all year long. Our gardeners, volunteers and leadership team work every month. We start meeting in January, planning for the year ahead. In February, we hold our seed swap and seed starting demonstration. By March, our gardeners register for their garden beds. It is very cold in the MPCG when we hold the onion-planting workshop in March. By mid-April, the water comes on and some gardeners put in spring vegetables. It’s still cold, but who can wait. Everyone pitches in to clean up the grounds, stake new plots, and get the MPCG organized for what is to come.

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Volume 6, Issue 3, Posted 8:00 PM, 03.06.2015

Two New Members Appointed to the Euclid Landmark Commission


Euclid Township High School was Euclid's first high school, built in 1893. The former school is home of the Euclid Historical Museum today.

In February 2015, Euclid Mayor Bill Cervenik performed the oath of office to appoint John Paul “J.P.” Kilroy and Rebecca McFarland to the Euclid Landmark Commission.  Kilroy and McFarland join John Williams, D. Fay Miller, and Edward Siplock on the five member commission.  Following the appointments, the commission members unanimously chose McFarland as Chair of the Commission.

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Euclid Hunger Center Renews Its Commitment to the Community


EHC Manager, Grace Wright and Interim President, Ellen Ivory, celebraing the work of the Euclid Hunger Center


The City of Euclid showed their love for the Euclid Hunger Center on February 12, 2015, as friends gathered for a Valentine-themed benefit at Paradise Island.  The trustees and staff were there to meet and greet their guests, offering them hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and beautifully wrapped themed-raffle baskets.

“It is always so heart-warming to see the great support we have for the Center and our mission,” states Grace Wright, manager of the Center.  “On a very cold evening many came by to support our ‘Neighbors Helping Neighbors’ philosophy.

As the trustees work to meet the growing needs of the community, we wish to express our deepest gratitude to Mr. Gary DeWine who has served as the President.  He has spent countless hours guiding the board, raising money, and providing physical labor.

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Hospice Resident Inspires Others by Sharing Legacy of Love


Hospice of the Western Reserve volunteer Jerry Pockar of Euclid spends time with Malik at his birthday celebration. Pockar, a writer, worked closely with Malik to record and publish a book about his life and values for Malikís friends and family.
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Those of us who are privileged to provide care and support as volunteer and paid staff members at Hospice of the Western Reserve are often inspired by the wisdom, strength and incredible dignity of our patients. It’s what keeps us coming back. It’s what makes hospice a calling, and not just another job. Such is the case with Malik, a current resident of our David Simpson Hospice House on E. 185th Street.

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You Can Help the SaxMan



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It's a Cleveland story. The Sax Man tells the inspirational story of the life and legacy of the beloved and iconic street musician, Maurice Reedus, Jr. The son of a Grammy Award winning sax player, Maurice was once a rising star in his own right. But today, he barely makes ends meet as a humble busker, his audience no longer a stadium of tens-of-thousands, but rather the crowds exiting a stadium where they’ve come to see someone else perform. Now at 60 years of age, Maurice continues to play on, resigned to reflect on that time on the stage as his best years gone by. Yet as he longs to revisit those good old days just “one more time,” a surprise invitation to reunite with his old band gives The Sax Man one last chance to take the big stage – and the opportunity to show the people of his city the true musician Maurice Reedus Jr. really is…

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From the Desk of Mayor Bill Cervenik

Dear Friends,

We made it through a bitter cold January and February and like many of you, I am ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring.  March is filled with several celebrations and observances including, St. Patrick’s Day, the first day of spring, women’s history month, national nutrition month and it is also when we recognize the efforts of the Red Cross.

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Ask an Officer



Question: What happens with a juvenile who is involved in a criminal incident within the City of Euclid, and what is an unruly juvenile? 

Answer from Detective Dan Sawyer, Juvenile Unit & Kate McLaughlin, Community Policing Unit:   

Students fighting with each other at school, youths trespassing on private property, and drug possession are three examples of criminal activities requiring police investigation. Officers that respond to an incident, that involves youths engaged in criminal activity, investigate the complaint and then complete a report and fact sheets for the juveniles involved.  These juveniles are either taken home or taken into custody until the parent or guardian can pick them up at the police department.  The report and fact sheets are processed by the Juvenile Unit then sent to Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court for intake processing. The Court will determine the charge and whether court action will be taken, or if the juvenile is eligible for Euclid’s Juvenile Diversion Program.  If the case remains with Juvenile Court, the family will be contacted by the Juvenile Court, where the family can address the issue of guilt or innocence.  If the case is sent to Juvenile Diversion, the family will be contacted by the police department’s diversion administrator.  Diversion is only for juveniles that will admit to the offense.  Diversion juveniles who complete all sanctions without violating any of the conditions, and if the juvenile does not commit another crime or status offense before age 18, will have the informal diversion record destroyed.  This allows the juvenile a second chance to have a clean record for employment or higher education opportunities. 

Unruly juveniles are defined as any child who does not submit to the reasonable control of the child's parents, teachers, guardian, or custodian, by reason of being wayward or habitually disobedient; and any child who behaves in a manner as to injure or endanger the child's own health or morals or the health or morals of others.  When parents file an unruly charge against their child, which is a status offense, it will be processed in the same manner as a criminal offense and the juvenile will be required to attend court or a diversion program. 

If you would like to submit a question to Ask an Officer, contact Community Policing at the Euclid Police Department:  email kmclaughlin@cityofeuclid.com or call 216-289-8449.

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The Silver Quarter



When I was a young lad and Ike was president, my father took my brother and I to church every Sunday. Just before we loaded into that ugly 4 door Plymouth, he would hand us each a quarter to put in the basket as it was passed around. The usher slid the basket with long handle by and I would drop that shiny quarter into the basket with other ones and fives. On Christmas and Easter there were some tens and twenties. I would think to myself why can’t I keep the quarter, as it was such a pittance compared to other’s contributions.  How much difference could a quarter make?

When I was 20 the winter was as bad as it is now. I was walking along Euclid Avenue downtown when a withered old man approached me with his hand out.  He hadn’t shaved in a while and was wearing a dirty and torn old trench coat like the one my mother gave me for my birthday. He had his hand out while looking down at the ground and asked me if I could spare a quarter for him to ride the bus that night where he would be warm and safe. I too looked down as he approached and noticed that his tennis shoes were wet and he had no socks on.

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Calling All Opera Lovers

March 8, 2015, The Euclid Symphony Orchestra presents a concert of Great Overtures. Fun and entertainment for the whole Family.

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Become a Crusader for Euclid's Children


PreKindergarten Graduation at Kiddie City

Kiddie City Child Care Community started in 2006 by serving 40 children and employing 16 staff in our leased building on the corner of Wilmore and E. 200 St.  In 2010, our expansion into the site of Sam’s Barbershop on E. 200th Street increased our capacity to serve 72 children and employ 27 full and part time staff at our non-profit child care center. But, there’s no more space.  In the last two years we’ve turned away two hundred children and their families from receiving services that include Universal PreK and Head Start enhancements.  It’s time to grow and expand the four star Step Up to Quality center one more time to provide Euclid’s youngest citizens with a great start in their educational careers.  Consider being a Super Hero to our Super Kids!  Invest in our GoFundMe campaign starting March 13, 2015 www.gofundme.com/kiddiecity or  send a tax deductible donation to 20110 Wilmore Ave. Euclid 44123 to be used to furnish new classrooms, provide educational supplies, and beautify a new space to grow and learn. Attend or donate a raffle prize to our Funds for Fun Dinner, Dance and Raffle on Saturday, April 18, 2015. Thank you for your investment in Euclid’s children!  Kiddie City’s Board of Directors:  Christine Spikes (President), Sherrie Zagorc (Co-Founder), Sarah Dutkiewicz, Christopher Kakish, Angelique King, Anita Mallory, Meg McGarry, Donna Nycum, Keith Scheurman, Bridget Simenc, and Lynnore Walker and Jennifer Boger, Director www.kiddiecityeuclid.org  216-481-9044.

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Euclid Art Association Meeting

Euclid Art Association meeting

7p.m. April 6, 2015 at

East Shore Methodist Church in Fellowship Hall

23002 Lake Shore Blvd.

Euclid, Ohio 44123

Mural artist, John Troxell, will be our guest for a demo.

EuclidArt.com

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Visit Our Lady of the Lake School in March



Children considering kindergarten or preschool programs should visit Our Lady of the Lake School in March, for a chance to spend time in a classroom with current students and find out  more about all the great learning opportunities available. Buddy Day will be March 13, and is open to any students entering preschool or  kindergarten. For information, call (216) 481-6824.

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Happy Start to 5th Anniversary Year



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Our Lady of the Lake Parish kicked off its 5th Anniversary year on February 22, with a special Mass and reception featuring honored guest Bishop Pilla. It was a great way to celebrate community and spend time with friends both new and old. Afterward, Ron Humberson, a new parishioner joining Our Lady of the Lake Parish, said meeting the bishop made it "an amazing day". We agree, Ron! And we look forward to more celebrations with our friends and neighbors throughout this anniversary year.

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Successful Fundraiser Means More Opportunities for Our Lady of the Lake School


Our Lady of the Lake students appreciate the school's supporters

Our Lady of the Lake School held their annual Life on the Lake: Races and Raffles fundraiser on February 7, and it was a great success. The sold-out event raised more than $35,000 to support enrichment programs and educational technology, such as iPads and Chromebooks in classrooms, new Spanish language curriculum and an expanded music program. A tremendous team of volunteers, families, friends and neighbors came together to support quality Catholic education at Our Lady of the Lake School, and the students have been sure to let them know how much their support is appreciated.

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Living Stations



In what has become a cherished tradition at Our Lady of the Lake Parish, our youth ministry group will once again present the Living Stations of the Cross in a moving and emotional journey through Jesus’ last days on earth. This inspiring reenactment by our youth ministry group prepares our hearts as we begin our journey through Holy Week.
All are welcome to join us on Friday, March 27, at 8:00pm.

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OLL Supports Community While Celebrating 5th Anniversary

Parishioners at Our Lady of the Lake are going to the orchestra, and doing a good deed, too! Thanks to a generous gift from an anonymous donor, 50 parishioners will get free tickets to see the Euclid Symphony Orchestra's concert on March 9. In exchange, they'll all donate non-perishable food items to the Euclid Hunger Center. The orchestra and the Hunger Center are two of the community's valued organizations, and this is a special opportunity to support them both at the same time. This concert outing is one in a series of events Our Lady of the Lake parish has planned as part of an ongoing celebration of their 5th anniversary year. To learn more about upcoming events, visit www.ourladyofthelakeoh.org.

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After School Program Makes Learning Fun



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Ranger Allison Powell visited Our Lady of the Lake School's after care program recently, to teach the children about Log Cabin Presidents. She talked to the kids about what it was like to grow up in a log cabin, and shared fun activities: they constructed a mini log cabin out of foam logs, tried their hands at tabletop log cabin building, experimented with "combing" wool, and made simple dolls out of clothes pins and material scraps. They wrapped up this informative session with a presidential trivia game. After care director Debbie Barberio believes that when learning is fun, everyone is a winner, and looks forward to planning more fun activities to make sure that after school time is quality time at Our Lady of the Lake School. 

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Upcoming Dates

March 20th- 3rd Quarter Ends

March 23rd- 4th Quarter Begins

March 30th-April 6th- No School- Spring Break

Tuesday, April 21st- 3rd Grade Spring Reading OAA

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Practice Test Resources


5th grade students track their progress with GetWaggle.

 The following are great resources to prepare for state required tests for grades 3-5

PARCC Practice Tests in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics

http://parcc.pearson.com/practice-tests/

Ohio Computer Based Assessments (OCBA)

Science and Social Studies Practice Test

http://oh.portal.airast.org/ocba/students-and-families/

GetWaggle

https://www.gogetwaggle.com/Login/11564613

Login password available from classroom teacher

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Character Bowl Touchdowns


On the way for a touchdown!

During Super Bowl Season students kicked off the Imagine Bella Character Bowl. Each classroom had a football team and earned yards for being present and on time to school, turning in homework, and showing academic growth on STAR benchmark tests. In the cafeteria, football helmets showed where each class was on the football field as they tried to earn touchdowns for their team. 

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6th grade ĖItís Official!

Next year Imagine Bella will have 6th Grade! Thank you to all Imagine Bella families that expressed the desire for us to have 6th grade. All 6th grade students will be interviewed and a review of their academic and discipline records for joining the EXCLUSIVE 6th grade team. Current students in grades K-5 completed their Re-Enrollment form in February. Call Imagine Bella Academy of Excellence today at 216-481-1500 if you are interested in finding out about available spots for the 2015-2016 school year!

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Friday Club Time!

Beginning Fall 2014, Friday clubs returned to Imagine Bella. Starting in February students were able to pick a new club. Returning favorites include Lego, Art, Choir, German, and Cross Fit Club. Check out the list of new clubs for 2015!

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Candygrams!


Ms. Caddick helps students pick their candygram.

In the month of February, students were able to order a sweet treat for friends or teachers with Imagine Bella Academy of Excellence’s first ever Valentine’s Candygram Sale.  Ms. Caddick greeted students in the morning and helped them to address their candygram for someone special. Student helpers delivered candygrams on the morning of February 12th. What a sweet surprise to start off the day!

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Teacher Spotlight


Fifth Grade Teacher Mr. Leuszler shares out to the Imagine Bella Team

The chilly weather in 2015 resulted in school closures in the Cleveland area. With negative wind chill in the morning it was simply too cold for students to travel into school. Imagine Bella students were missing their regular daily in school tutoring through success time, guided reading, and math centers, but teachers were right on track. Teachers used the time when students were out to prepare blizzard bags, spruce up classrooms, and collaborate with other teachers on how to maximize learning time when the students returned. 

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Fr. John Betters receives his Hero Behind the Scenes Award from Obie Shelton.

Photo from Pollack Studio.


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Ss. Robert and William 5th Annual Fish Fry Fridays

Ss. Robert and William Catholic Parish is hosting its 5th Annual Fish Fry, held every Friday during Lent until March 27th, in the Upper Hall at Ss. Robert and William Catholic School.  Enjoy an all you can eat dinner for a mere $12 dollars or take it to go for only $10.  Come join our vibrant parish community, where you will experience fellowship, and fun all while indulging in baked battered dipped Alaskan Pollack, baked Atlantic cod, waffle fries, coleslaw, pasta marina, mac and cheese, and cookies with a beverage.  Ala Carte items include homemade SRW pierogis, clam chowder, or breaded shrimp.  Don’t forget for an additional $1 you can top off your very tasty meal with an ice cream sundae complete with whip cream and toppings! 

Returning again this year is our fish sandwich dinner, which includes french fries and coleslaw for only $6.  We accept Mastercard, Visa, and Discover, no extra fees.  Come for dinner, starting at 4:45 pm and stay for Mass and Stations of the Cross at 7:00 pm.

For more information, contact Ss. Robert and William Catholic Parish at 216.731.1515 or go to www.srweuclid.cc.  Ss. Robert and William Catholic School is located at 351 East 260th Street, Euclid, Ohio 44132.

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Go in Peace, Glorifying the Lord with Your Life

On March 22, 2015, Ss. Robert and William Catholic Parish, along with St. John of the Cross, will be welcoming Fr. Richard Fragomeni to lead us in a parish mission. It will be the beginning of an exciting four days for our parish family.  “Go In Peace, Glorifying the Lord With Your Life,”  is the theme Fr. Fragomeni will speak on during this presentation.  Go In Peace is an incredible opportunity to grow personally and as a faith community, making it possible for us to glorify the Lord with our lives in Euclid and beyond. 

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Fr. John and Ellen Ivory celebrate his achievement at the English Oak Room, Tower City, Downtown Cleveland.


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Taking the Next Step: Event for Nursing Students

Cleveland Clinic’s Zielony Nursing Institute and the Cleveland Council of Black Nurses are holding, After Nursing School: Taking the Next Stepon Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at South Pointe Hospital, 20000 Harvard Road, Warrensville Heights, 44122.

The informational session will cover Cleveland Clinic’s Zielony Nursing Institute application process, interview preparation and what to expect in the first 90 days of employment. Speakers include Chief Nursing Officer for Cleveland Clinic’s South Pointe Hospital, Sheila A. Miller, MSN, MBA, RN and the President of Cleveland Council of Black Nurses, Peter Jones.

Registration and breakfast begin at 8:30 am. To register, visit clevelandclinic.org/AfterNursingSchool

Cleveland Clinic is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, recently honored by Minority Nurse magazine as a Top 25 Nursing Employer. 

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Established Actor Darryl Lewis to Teach New Youth Theatre Class


Darryl Lewis, actor, singer, musician and instructor at Shore Cultural Centre.

Maybe you have heard about the benefits for youth that participate in theater? Words such as teamwork, empathy, self-esteem, confidence, vocabulary, creativity, and social skills are common in discussions among instructors and those involved with Youth Theater.  Darryl Lewis, who holds a Master of Music in Performance and MFA in Acting from Kent Stage University, understands firsthand the benefits and looks forward to teaching a new youth theater class at Shore Cultural Centre.  He began doing theater in junior high and still carries lessons learned from that time with him today.

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"Pinkies Up" for Victorian Tea


Display at Shore Cultural Centre highlights Victorian Tea on March 29th.

According to whatscookingamerica.net, there was a practical reason for “pinkies up” when holding a teacup and it wasn’t to display your upper-crust snob appeal. Originally teacups were made in China starting around 620 A.D. and they were small with no handles. To avoid spilling the hot tea, the pinkie was held up (slightly) to provide balance. While nowadays your cup may have a handle, you can still practice your best “pinkies up” move this month when Shore Cultural Centre holds their Victorian Tea fundraiser on March 29, 2015.

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Laparade, Inc. Raising the Village to Raise the Child


Jordyn fingerpaining in art zone


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Laparade Early Learning and Training Center has been an established corporation since August 2005. Our mission is to “lift as we climb” and provide authentic quality childcare services to parents and provide an appropriate and engaging learning environment to children, while also, providing the early care community with a place, a hub to come and develop their own teaching efficacy, which would   ensure our goal, which is that every child has a quality, educated early care provider, who is sensitive, teachable, authentic and responsive to their needs.

Laparade has three service components; one being a direct operated quality childcare center that services children 2 1/2 to 12 years of age. Laparade is one of only four star centers in the city of Euclid.  Secondly, Laparade is an early care training facility; the center provides early care educators the 120 formal hours of training needed to start the National Childcare credential journey, and we offer several Ohio Approved Professional Development Trainings for pre-service and in-service early care educators.  (ODE, ODJFS, and SUTQ)

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Free Half-Day Retreat Helps Grieving Teens by Uniting Them with Peers


Bridges of Courage, a free half-day retreat, provides support to grieving teens coping with the loss of someone special.


Are you aware of a young person who could use support on his or her grief journey? “Bridges of Courage,” a free half-day retreat for teens, ages 14 to 17, provides support to adolescents who have experienced the death of a loved one by uniting them with peers who are also experiencing the death of a loved one. The retreat will take place at the Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Bereavement Center, located on Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Lakeshore Campus, 300 East 185th Street, Cleveland, on Saturday, April 11, 2015 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. A dinner of pizza and salad will be provided. Space is limited, so early reservations are recommended. To register, contact Dominique Butler at 216.486.6287. (Registration cutoff date is April 6.)

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Going Nuts for Euclid


Even the animals in Euclid say the future is promising.

 

 


Even the animals in Euclid say the future is promising.

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Dontrell Callahan wants to be your Sensei


Sensei Dontrell, demonstrating a "blocking counter-attack"
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Dontrell Callahan slips into  one of his trademark smiles and says, "Martial arts is very different than most people think. Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee were great, and their aggressive, warrior roles captured me  as a boy.  But I came to learn the heart of martial arts is ATTENTION to what's going on inside you, to other people and to the situation you find yourself in. It calls for disciplined physical techniques, but it all starts with awareness."

The 37-year old sensei (teacher)of the Black Dragon Kenpo dojo  (training place) in the Shore Cultural Center should know. He's a third-degree black belt of the kenpo school of karate. He's been designated a "world class competitor," and you become aware it would not be a good idea to pick a fight with the Bowling Green University grad, who has also expressed himself as a writer, editor and singer. Callahan feels peaceful though, and the Euclid native confirms the impression. He emphasizes his martial arts tradition is defensive.

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Polaris Westshore Career Fair

Cuyahoga County Job and Family Services and Polaris Career Center will be hosting the 2015 Polaris/Westshore Neighborhood Family Service Center Career Fair, at Polaris Career Center at 7285 Old Oak Blvd in Middleburg Hts, Ohio, 44130, on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to noon.

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Think Summer, Beat the Streets Youth Summer Camp



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It's hard to imagine school being out, and warm summer days, but it's not that far away.  If you are looking for something for your child to do this summer, why not send them to the Beat the Streets (BTS) Fun Day Summer Camp This is the third year for this camp located right here in Euclid.  The camp was help at the Euclid Sports Plant the last two summers, but is now moving its location to Euclid Memorial Park, with its home base being the C.E. Orr Ice Arena. Campers will be dropped off and picked up from the ice arena.  Moving to this new location will give the campers a chance to do more outdooor activities including swimming.  

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Harrison Roberts Signs National Letter of Intent with BGSU



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Euclid High School Senior Harrison Roberts signed his National Letter of Intent to play football for Bowling Green State University (Division I) next fall! Surrounded by family, friends, coaches, and administrators the 220-pound outside linebacker accepted his full-ride scholarship with humility and Panther Pride. Harrison has been a stand-out on and off the field. His dedication to academics and his pursuit of perfection will surely take him far in life.  

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Mark your Calendar



Mary Poppins will be flying into Euclid April 16-19th! Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students/ senior citizens. Order your tickets today at www.showtix4u.com

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