The Euclid Memorial Day parade is one of the longest running and best parades in the area! The 89th Euclid Memorial Day Parade and services started with graveside services at Euclid Cemetery and St. Paul’s Cemetery followed by a ceremony and breakfast at Recher Hall (the first home of the Euclid Veterans Association). The parade kicked off at 10:00am and featured our honored local veterans organizations. Euclid Police, Fire, City Officials as well as a variety of Euclid community members, organizations, churches, and community groups also marched to honor those who served our country. Grateful residents and family members lined the beautiful, newly paved E. 222nd Street which is now proudly lined with Hometown Hero Banners honoring local service men and women.
On May 3, the students in Cathy Gentile's third-grade class got the biggest surprise of the year -- a very special visit from a very special penpal.
Warm weather brings people out into the community and provides us with the opportunity to enjoy our yards! Unfortunately, this same weather and summer activities provide an environment for criminals to take advantage and steal. There are measures we need to take to help keep our property secure.
I am truly proud to serve the City of Euclid as its Mayor. One of the greatest honors as Mayor is to participate in the Memorial Day parade and services. This year was the 89th annual parade and Memorial Day services – what a great tradition to honor those who served and sacrificed for our freedom. We are so fortunate to have an active Joint Veteran’s Council and strong local Veteran’s organizations who continue to support and serve our community in so many ways. I am also grateful to all the community organizations and residents who participated in the parade or came to watch and pay respect to our veterans. Special thanks goes out to the Service Department for making sure E. 222nd Street was completed, the grounds were prepared, and all the necessary preparations were done. Thank you also to Linda Beck, Andy Kiral, Rick Smith, Cheryl Ludwa, John Prizzi, Ed Chenock, together with Keep Euclid Beautiful and the Euclid Joint Veterans Council, for coordinating the Hometown Heroes Banners that lined the parade route. What a tremendous way to show our pride for those who served!
As a kid, did you ever peer inside a kaleidoscope? If so, can you recall your fascination with the designs and colors? Or, did you spend hours sifting through odd objects to create a fort or a lemonade stand? Perhaps you spent your time creating costumes and acting out imaginary stories. Or did you spend hours riding your bike, practicing sports or hanging out with friends? If not, you may be able to recall a brief time when you felt safe, relaxed or content.
In March of 2018, Euclid City Council, in an effort to be proactive, unanimously passed resolution #41-2018 supporting the establishment of its goals for the 2018-2019 term. In March of 2019, Euclid City Council compiled a summary of what has been accomplished over the last 12 months and what council is currently working on.
John Sheridan was a major contributor to The Observer in recent years. John passed away in August 2018. Thank you Mr. Copic and The Observer for allowing us to remember John here.
Walk to Remember, co-sponsored by Huntington Bank and Medical Mutual of Ohio, will be held at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on Sunday, June 9. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. and the walk begins at 9:15 a.m. The event benefits Hospice of the Western Reserve and is open anyone wishing to celebrate the memory of a loved one. Registration includes all-day admission to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Rainforest and fun for the whole family!
Kiddie City Childcare Community recently hosted a "Springtime Tea Party" for parents, grandparents, and other "special" family members. The children created their own special placemats for their guests and made colored carnation centerpieces, using food coloring in water. For several days prior to the event, the Pre-Schoolers were able to observe their carnations change from white flowers to colored flowers through the scientific process of transpiration. Each child enjoyed cupcakes and tea with their hosted guests. The morning culminated with the Pre-School students singing "I'm a Little Teapot" and planting seeds with their families. Check out the Kiddie City photo gallery of Tea Party pictures!
Who wouldn't want to work here? Enjoy the atmosphere of the fountain and lush landscaping while sitting outside in the sunshine and fresh air. Two new stations for charging devices (with 'regular' three prong and USB receptacles) are free for the public's use to charge your phone, laptop, and other devices. Triangle Park is located in front of Shore Cultural Centre in downtown Euclid at the intersection of E.222nd Street and Babbitt Road.
Today, so many people are working hard to keep their aging and/or ill loved ones at home. It is at once a selfless act of love and an exhausting undertaking. Ss. Robert and William Parish has committed to walking with these men and women by sponsoring a monthly Caregivers Support Group. On the third Saturday morning of the month, they meet to pray, share stories, and get good advice on how to better negotiate the difficult terrain of caregiving. (Please note that meetings are also open to those who have a loved one in healthcare facilities. Sometimes circumstances make it impossible to care for someone at home and many people make daily visits to nursing homes, performing tasks that let the patient know they are remembered and valued by their family.) Guest presenters have included people from the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging, an elder law expert, and even a music therapist. There is a lot of great advice out there but sometimes all that is needed is a break from the daily routine in a relaxed environment with others who understand what you are going through. Meetings are from 10:30 AM until Noon and are open to parishioners and non-parishioners alike. The cost is free but we do ask that you call ahead to allow us to prepare materials when needed. For more information call Renée Barber at 216-731-1515 Ext. 262.
SRW’s Guardian Angel Early Learning Center was founded to provide Catholic childcare for families for whom a faith-based environment is a priority. It is rooted in Matthew’s Gospel which combines the truth of the protection provided by Guardian Angels with the image of Jesus as the Good Shepherd.
Finding the right health insurance coverage can be overwhelming, especially for those who are new to Medicare. The learning curve can be pretty steep. When you go it alone, you have to figure out all the different options, consider the reputation of each company, weigh what each type of plan provides and decide which plan will offer the most cost effective coverage for the hospitals, doctors and prescriptions you use.
HELP Foundation cordially invites you to join us on Friday, August 2, 2019 for our Annual Golf Outing at StoneWater Golf Club in Highland Heights. This outing welcomes a mix of seasoned and casual golfers to one of the most beautiful courses in Greater Cleveland!
The day will begin bright and early with a shotgun start at 9am and will be played in scramble format. A seasonal grilled lunch will be served at the Turn along with snacks, beverages and skill contests. A savory chef prepared dinner will be served upon completion.
Meet the winner of the 2019 Euclid Art Association Margaret E. Hain Memorial Art Scholarship − Euclid High School Senior, Tianna Harper. Senior Awards Night at Euclid High School was Thursday evening May 2, 2019 at the Irish American Club. Rozenia Cunningham and Lee Peters presented the EAA Scholarship award to Tianna Harper. She plans to attend the Cleveland Institute of Art. “I want to attend art school because I feel it will challenge me to produce quality art work and inspire me to compete with other very talented art students. My goal is to become either a professional painter or graphic designer, in which I can support myself and make a living. It would be a dream come true to have a career in something I am so passionate about.” Best wishes to Tianna as she pursues her art career.
St. John of the Cross Bingo
Outside the Lines Creative, LLC, located in Euclid, was presented an On the Road to Success award by Business Advisers of Cleveland (BAC) on Tuesday at their annual awards luncheon at the Cleveland Skating Club.
SUMMER LEARN -TO-SWIM
(ALL AGES & ABILITIES)
Residents $30 | Non-Residents $45
Finally, spring has arrived in Euclid! Feeling the sun on your face and hearing the birds singing in the morning sure beats that bitter cold wind in your face!
SJC Weekend Summer Mass Schedule
Happy June Everyone!
Our 9th Annual Walkathon, held May 8th, brought together our students and their families, along with the parish community and neighborhood in a time-honored show of support for OLL School.
Keep Euclid Beautiful announces the Yard of the Year program for 2019.
Summer Reading Kick-Off
Our Children of Light made their First Communion on May 4, 2019. We are proud of these remarkable second graders who represent all that is hopeful in our faith. The children and their families celebrated the day with Fr. Joe, their teachers and catechists.
“Sometimes a worthy cause is worth working towards…” Our Lady of the Lake School students learned this valuable lesson when they saw their efforts lead to a tangible result. One that matters…
The new Transportation Innovation Center at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) offers workforce training designed to fill in-demand jobs critical to keeping the U.S. economy rolling.
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On Tuesday, May 7, Euclid voters approved Issue 2, the Euclid Public Library’s operating renewal levy with 78% of the vote. The 5.6 mill operating levy generates $3.1 million each year and supports services and programming for more than 47,000 residents in the City of Euclid.
Patrons can now meet one-on-one with a College Now Greater Cleveland Advisor to learn more about post-secondary options and scholarships for adult learners at Euclid Library every Tuesday from 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.
For the first anniversary, it’s paper; for the fifth it’s wood. There is a traditional gift material for every significant anniversary celebration. So as Ss. Robert and William Parish prepared to enter its tenth year, tin and aluminum, symbols of durability and flexibility, marked the occasion in two significant ways.
Mark your calendars for this year's Festival, August 8-11 at Ss. Robert & William. This 4-day event is the biggest festival in northeast Ohio, and it's fun for the whole family. We have everything under the sun from kids games, inflatables, pony rides, rock climbing, a car show, live music every night, food, and a grand prize raffle.
The ‘Justice 4 Aniya Foundation’ would like to invite the community to Aniya’s butterfly release and memorial bench dedication to remember the beautiful life of Aniya Marie Garrett and recall how at just four years old she “Spoke Up” and “Spoke Out” to try to save her own life. The free and public ceremony will also celebrate putting an end to child abuse and violence and call for protection for child safety across the nation.
If you live on the shores of Lake Erie, it is no secret that persistent wet conditions have resulted in a rapid rise in lake levels this spring. As of mid-May, the daily levels of nearly all of the Great Lakes were above their record high monthly mean levels. The increased intensity and frequency of rainfall combined with higher water levels can wreak havoc on the shoreline, accelerating erosion.
Don’t forget your lawn chair, blanket and bug spray when you head out to Euclid’s Outdoor Movie Nights this summer!
Noah Centineo stars in his third romantic comedy created by Netflix but this time he is the lead as opposed to the foil for the female lead as in his past two films. He continues to show that he can hold his own opposite his strongest cast yet. The movie boasts both Laura Marano (Austin & Ally) and Camila Mendes (Riverdale) as the other leads but Mendes is clearly "click bait" as she barely appears in the movie more than what is shown in the trailer. This movie is clearly a vehicle for Centineo opposite a surprisingly talented Marano but the plot remains too obvious with little to enjoy other than the rising star of Centineo. Grade - C
This movie lives and dies on the chemistry between its lead actors - Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. I am a fan of both of them but there is no particular chemistry between the two that suggests this movie should have gotten past the screen test stage. Everyone is just going through the motions with few surprises or chuckles to be had. I did like the opening credits sequence though. That was well done. Grade: C minus.