Things to Talk About that are NOT Covid-19
Businesses and classes at Shore may not have returned to full activities, but that doesn't mean there isn't a lot that's been happening at Shore Cultural Centre during the last month.
Upgrades at Shore
Our maintenance staff has been at it again. Room 258 has a sprung wood floor that was in need of a face lift. Sprung wood floors are the best type of flooring for dance lessons and gymnastics because their bounce helps reduce injuries. Thousands of feet dancing away over many years takes its toll on a wood floor's appearance, and the floor in Room 258 needed a little TLC. Long hours and lots of elbow grease from our crew worked wonders to rejuvenate the floor. Take a look at the before and after pictures below.
New Businesses Find Homes at Shore
We'd like to welcome Ryan Zellars Photography to Shore Cultural Centre. Ryan provides photography and video services for weddings as well as portraiture and short films. You can view his work online at rzellars.com
Also new to Shore is House of Refuge, Inc. under the direction of Chaplain Christana Gamble. House of Refuge, Inc. provides counseling and other services to women in need.
If your business needs to find a new home, email Laura Kidder at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you some information about currently available spaces.
Spread a Little Floral Love
Are your perennials reproducing faster than a certain virus? Then spread a little floral love with Shore Cultural Centre. We'd love to help your plants practice safe social distancing by giving them a home at Shore. Please call the Shore Office at 216-289-8578 if you have some plants to share.
Shore Cultural Centre is a non-profit organization located at 291 East 222nd Street in Euclid, Ohio. Visit our website at www.shoreculturalcentre.com for all the latest news and updates.
M.P. Monaghan grew up in the Euclid area. After living in various cities around the country for almost thirty years, she is delighted to be back in beautiful Euclid again.