I've Got Proof

Ameerah McCurdy of Candy Shop Nails recognizes the importance of business involvment and we thank her for her support!

        You should see the garage at my Mom’s house and my office area in the corner of our bedroom and you would know why my husband says, “Why do you keep every piece of paper that passes through your hands?”  I say, “Someday I might need it.”  This was the winter that I proved the validity of my statement because while looking at my earliest Stroll planning papers, I discovered that the Stroll didn’t begin in 2006 – 2007 was our first year. 

          So guess what?  It’s ten again and I’m sorry that I wasn’t a better historian, but no matter what year we’re celebrating, we’re going to have a good time up and down E. 200th Street on Saturday, June 3 from 10 am to 2 pm.  We need businesses and organizations to send in their paperwork soon so that we can let the public know about the fun things we have in store for our real 10th Anniversary.  Remember, this event is funded and organized by Euclid volunteers to shine a spotlight on our city, our area nonprofit organizations and specifically our E. 200th Street businesses.  We’re not high tech and high budget – we’re just BIG on fun, people, and community.  Check out our website and our Facebook page and don’t hesitate to call Sherrie Z at 216.798.7089 if you have questions.  Our next Stroll meeting is Friday, April 21 at 3 pm at the CCBDD Euclid Adult Activity Center 1490 E. 191st St.  off of Euclid Ave. behind Indian Hills Apartment Complex.  We’d love to have you join us! 

Sherrie Zagorc

Sherrie Zagorc is a co-founder, volunteer, and board member of Kiddie City Child Care Community in addition to being the chairperson of the E. 200th Street Stroll.

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