Cuyahoga County Job and Family Services and Polaris Career Center will be hosting the 2017 Polaris/Cuyahoga County Career Fair, at Polaris Career Center at 7285 Old Oak Blvd in Middleburg Hts, Ohio, 44130, on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to join in its lifesaving mission by giving blood.
As a fundraiser the Euclid shrine of our Lady of Loures will be serving French toast breakfasts on two upcoming Sundays - February 5 and March 5 at the shrine compound on Chardon Road. Serving will take place from 8:45 AM to 11:30 AM
The menu includes French toast, bacon or sausage, coffee or tea, and juice. Ticket price is five dollars. The event will also include a mini craft fair.
The Shrine which includes a replica of the grotto in Lourdes, France, where the Blessed Mother appeared to St. Bernadette in 1858, is located at 21281 Chardon Rd., Euclid. For further information call 216-481-8232.
On Saturday, February 25th, there will be a benefit for Greg and Beth Sonnhalter from 5 to 9pm at The Porch, 37638 Vine Street in Willoughby. There will be a Chinese Auction, Door Prizes and Side Boards. $20 for adults and $15 for children until February 15th, after that, $25 and at the door, which includes pizza, wings, potato skins and salad with a cash bar. Please contact Abby, 440-364-1480 or Kurt, 330-883-4266 for tickets or donations.
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of all ages, past and present, are invited to Saint Casimir Parish on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 12 noon for a special All Scout Mass. Uniformed scouts from local parishes will serve as readers and ministers, and attendees are invited to wear their Scout uniforms or the insignia from their time in Scouting.
The mass will celebrate the shared heritage of Scouting and mark the birthday of the founder of The Boy Scouts Association and Girl Guides, Lord Robert Baden-Powell. His success inspired his friend Juliet Gordon Low to return to her native Savannah, Georgia in 1912 and start the very first troop of Girl Scouts of the USA.
Since 1926, Scouts celebrate Baden-Powell’s birthdate, February 22—which he shared with his wife, Olave—as World Thinking Day. Scout families in more than 145 countries around the globe celebrate over 110 years of Scouting supporting the physical, mental and spiritual development of young people, so that they may play constructive roles in society. Olave wrote that, though we cannot visit with our brother and sister scouts around the globe, “you can reach out to them there in your mind. And in this unseen, spiritual way you can give them your uplifting sympathy and friendship.”
The celebration will be a full Catholic Mass, but all are welcome at St. Casimir.
The Salvation Army will host a Martin Luther King Day celebration on Monday, January 16th from 10:00 until 2:00. Children and teens of all ages are invited to take part in this event. This year’s theme is DREAM, MOVE, SERVE. We will begin with a brief talk and question and answer session from a woman who will tell us about her experiences in the South during The Civil Rights Era. Her insights will be as relevant today as it was in the 1950’s and 60’s.
Participants will then be invited to join age appropriate workshops based upon the day’s theme: Dream, Move, Serve. After the workshops, lunch will be served and the children will have the opportunity to make cards which will be distributed to The Hospice of the Western Reserve located on E. 185th Street.
At the end of the day participants will be invited to share the projects that they created during the workshops.
Event planners include: Caroline Peak, Charlotte Iafeliece, Margaret Craig, Sr. Madeline Muller, Jamar Doyle and Valerie Beutel. AmeriCorps members from NEOMED and University Hospital will volunteer.
Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the US, with 47,055 lethal drug overdoses in 2014. Opioid addiction is driving this epidemic, wirh 18,deaths related to heroin and opiate addiction. Suicide by opiates is also dramatically on the rise.
Join us for an afternoon with Karell T. McDaniel, Director of Life Recovery Ministries. This meeting will give us information and education to help deal with the heroin epidemic in our city.
January 12 from 2;00P to 4:00P
Collinwood Neighborhood Catholic Ministries
15706 St. Clair Avenue; Cleveland OH 44110
On December 14th the holidays are about to get real ugly at the 4th Annual Northeast Shores Ugly Sweater Party! Put on your ugliest sweater and join your crazy, odd, and silly neighbors at the Cleveland Brewery from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be food and beer, and ridiculous prizes for the worst – um - best dressed. Only $15 get’s you into the fun.
For more information, contact Julia DiBaggio at 216-481-7660 or email@example.com
Are you or is someone among your family and friends affected by the heroin epidemic? If so, Join us for an afternoon with Karell T. McDaniel, Director of Life Recovery Ministries This meeting will give us information and education to help deal will this heroin epidemic in our city.
On Thursday, December 15, 2016, Ginn Academy will hold its forth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser to directly support the Cleveland Foodbank. For a $10 donation, you will receive a handmade bowl, created by a member of the Ginn Academy ceramics program. Along with your bowl you will also receive a cup of homemade soup, a spoon and linen, a slice of freshly made bread and a cookie. Please come to the Ginn Academy from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM to support this important cause for those in need in Northeast Ohio.
Your Christmas season will be extra special when you witness the charming smiles and delightful African tunes and ethnic instrumentation of the African Children’s Choir Wednesday, December 14 at 7 pm in the gymnasium of Kiddie City Child Care Community 280 E. 206th St. Euclid. This free concert is a holiday gift from Kiddie City in celebration of children in Euclid and all over the world. Overflow parking at Our Lady of the Lake Church on Lake Shore Blvd. and a shuttle bus to Kiddie City will assure your ability to this concert.
Come and Celebrate with us at the Collinwood Neighborhood Catholic Ministries at our annual Christmas party on Sunday, December 4th from1:00 – 3:00 at the Collinwood Neighborhood Catholic Ministries House, 15706 St Clair Ave. (across from the Dollar General Store). There will be a visit from Santa, food, fun and small gifts from Santa. Come join us. All are welcome!
For the last 6 years, Beachland Hair Designs has held their annual Open House and Food Drive, benefitting the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, and coincides with Small Business Saturday, a drive to encourage shoppers to forgo the usual Thanksgiving Holiday weekend shopping frenzy of Big Box shopping, for that of, Smaller Neighborhood Local Shopping. Every year , we ask our clients and friends to participate by donating canned goods and paper products and participating in a small but quaint basket raffle.
It is with great pride that the Collinwood High School Alumni Association announces Grand Reunion IV long weekend, Sept 15th thru 17th, 2017. Building on the success of the previous Grand Reunions, Grand Reunion IV promises to be the largest gathering of Railroaders ever! According to Len Corpora, V.P. of CHSAA and Chief Marketing Officer, "Our goal is to top 800 attendees. Our early surveys of the streamlined program and multi-faceted marketing approach indicate we should actually exceed this goal".
Cuyahoga Job and Family Services and the Home Heating and Weatherization Task Force will be hosting a Utilities Resource Fair, at Lakewood United Methodist Church at 15700 Detroit Ave, Lakewood, Ohio 44107, on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
At the Beachland Hair Design, located at 18324 Lakeshore Blvd, from November 12th to November 26th, celebrate Shop Local Shop Small.
Join us for the 7 th annual Shop Small Shop Local Saturday. Again accepting food donations which will be handed over to The Greater Cleveland Food Bank. 50/50 Raffle and Basket Raffle. 50/50 running over the 2 week period Basket Raffle as we get them in!!!
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Join the Coit Road Farmers’ Market at the Slovenian Workman's Home on Monday, October 10 at 6:00PM for an evening of fine eating with local chefs, live music by Bert Dennis and friends, raffles and more. The Home is located at 15335 Waterloo Rd. Help Cleveland’s oldest farmers’ market with its mission to supply heathy local food to the community. Tickets for $35 per person are available at the Market or online at www.coitmarket.org
The Collinwood Slovenian Home, located at 15810 Holmes Avenue, is having their annual Clam Bake!
Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will host an open house from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 15, at its Metropolitan Campus, located at 2900 Community College Ave. in Cleveland.
Collinwood Slovenian Home
15810 Holmes Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
JOIN US FOR A FUN FILLED AFTERNOON…
BID ON A VARIETY OF PURSES…
AND SEE WHAT’S INSIDE.
Sunday, September 25, 2016 2PM to 5PM
COMPLEMENTARY FOOD & FUN
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Do you think you have what it takes to be crowned the Craziest Cat Person? You can prove your feline dedication all while benefitting the Waterloo Alley Cat Project and Tails From The City; two local organizations that work endlessly to provide medical care, food and shelter for area homeless cats. Saturday, September 17 will be the Crazy Cat People Party at The Millard Filmore Bar (15617 Waterloo Road) from 7pm-10pm. Admission is free, but donations of cat food and litter is greatly appreciated. There will be a small registration fee to enter the Craziest Cat Person contest which can be done at the Filmore that evening. Wear ALL of your cat gear: shirts, hats, jewelry, shoes...you name it! Guests will cheer loudest for the craziest cat person. Winner will receive a basket of goodies as well as the title of Craziest Cat Person! Several raffle prizes will be available to bid on from various local merchants. All monetary profits will go directly to help care for Cleveland area cats in need. Wearing cat clothes and accessories is not mandatory to enjoy the fun and help kitties.
BlabOnAir re-launches "On-Air" programming near Euclid Ohio. BlabOnAir Communications (formerly of Lakewood Ohio) brings numerous programs to Chandler Park, blocks from the Euclid Border. Maintaining 1400 sq ft of space, BlabOnAir is poised to be a major contributor to Businesses,Organizations and Schools alike. With five (5) converted offices, 12 cubicles (each outfitted with a Mac or Windows-Based computer), sufficient High-Speed Internet and other useable real estate, our entry into this region will be a huge success for all involved. Below are some of the services BlabOnAir Communications will provide:
Siggy’s Village will offer a lavender soap making class on Saturday, September 3rd from 12pm-2pm. The class will teach community members the process of making lavender scented soap from start to finish. Participants will be involved in the process of creating the soap and can take their finished piece of lavender soap with them to enjoy at home. There are 15 spots available for the class, and those spots will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Anyone is welcome to come participate in this class free of charge.
I wish to publicly thank our Veterans and all those who participated in and attended the dedication of Veteran’s Park on the afternoon of Sunday, June 12, 2016. It was a beautiful day for this and I appreciate the support, as does, I am sure, the Councilman.
Do you need a birth certificate or an ID to vote, obtain credit or a driver’s license? Collinwood Neighborhood Catholic Ministries is starting a program whereby persons who need a birth certificate or an ID can obtain a voucherto acquire one or both of these documents, free of charge.
Please join us as we commemorate the 100th Anniversary of a Historic Rescue By Garrett A Morgan and the workers who laid the groundwork for our water service today. Free to all.
Come to our economic class at Siggy’s Village and rehabilitate your finances! Our first class is on Saturday, August 27th from 10am-11:30am. We’re here to help you work toward financial stability! Reserve your spot early!
Siggy's Village is hosting its first Spoken Originals Poetry Slam on Saturday, August 20th at 5:00pm. The poetry slam was created by the Written Originals Writing Center. Teens and adults have the chance to be apart of a growing poetry community. Our first poetry slam will also be used to raise funds and supplies for the writing center to help kids with free tutoring in Collinwood! We are taking supply donations such as bookbags, pens, pencils, folders, notebooks, index cards, etc.
Bring the family, experience new art, stroll the street and meet the folks making North Collinwood a destination for arts and entertainment during this month's Walk All Over Waterloo on August 5th. The following are some of the great things happening this month. For more information, visit the Waterloo Arts District's Facebook page!
Heroin use and heroin related deaths are steadily rising in Ohio. Twenty-three people on average in Ohio are dying from heroin overdoses weekly.
We're still working on our Collinwood School Fire Memorial Garden!
The Friends of Euclid Creek (FOEC), a grass-roots, non-profit charitable organization which advocates for the health of the Euclid Creek watershed, is pleased to announce its third annual Day in the Life of Euclid Creek event on Saturday, July 16th from 9am to 2:30pm. The event provides a snapshot of a typical day in Euclid Creek, highlighting water quality in an urban watershed through monitoring, macroinvertebrate sampling, and electrofishing. Come learn about how monitoring, restoration efforts, and green infrastructure help keep the water clean!
Do you need a birth certificate or an ID to vote, obtain credit or a driver’s license? Collinwood Neighborhood Catholic Ministries is starting a program whereby persons who need a birth certificate or an ID can obtain a voucher to acquire one or both of these documents, free of charge.
Ten years ago, Kiddie City began servicing the community in a small building on 200th Street in Euclid with about 20 children and 5 staff members. Four years later, Kiddie City expanded to a second building and was able to service more children and hire more teachers. Today, Kiddie City is operating with 9 classrooms, over 40 staff members, and over 100 children!
The Beachland Flea is coming on July 16th and 17th! There will be over 50 vendors with food, direct sales and handmade items. Congin's will be here and on Sunday we will have the Barrio Taco Truck. The Flea will start at 10:00 a.m. and close up at 3:00 p.m. Parking is on Canterbury, Landseer and Windward and the vendors will be set up near the pavilion on Canterbury. Please come on down for a bite to eat and some shopping! For more information on The Beachland Flea you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Facebook event page, Beachland Park Flea and Rummage Sale.
Customers will see Stormwater Fees return to bills beginning July-September; informational workshops to provide program and credit information to Sewer District customers.
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District will host a series of informational meetings to help customers understand more about the Regional Stormwater Management Program and how to apply for an Individual Residential Property Credit.
The 4H Club, The Life of the Amazing Bloomers, is made up of kids living the Collinwood Neighborhood. The students plan to grow, produce, and sell products as a part of the Siggy’s Village located at 15416 Saranac Rd, which is opening in June 2016. They’ve decided to use the abbreviation, GPS to promote their group. “We are driving the community forward”, one of the members said while we all sat together and discussed plans and a timeline.
Do you want to learn how to cook some of your favorite foods and eat your creation? Come join us on
Do you have a criminal record holding you back? If so, is Northeast Shores has an opportunity for you to clear your record for FREE. On Saturday, July 30th from 2 pm to 5 pm at 317 E. 156th St., a team of lawyers will conduct interviews and check eligibility for an expungement. No appointment is necessary. For more information contact Julia DiBaggio at 216-481-7660 or email@example.com
Would you like to learn the Slovenian language? Would you like to ontinue what you learned as a child? Do you speak some Slovenian but would like to learn more? Would you like to visit Slovenia and be able to converse with the people?
A number of St. Vitus Adult Slvenian school students have already been to Slovenia, met relatives, and were able to use their knowledge of the language.
Classes wll start again in September with three levels -- beginning, intermediate, and advanced. Classes meet every other Saturday morning from 9:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Textbooks are from Slovenia. There is a short coffee break and lots of community feeling. Location is at St. Martin de Porres High School, 6111 Lausche Avenue (formerly St. Vitus School).
Tuition is low -- $50.00 a semester. Textbooks are purchased separately from the instructor.
For information, call Lillian at 216.289.7253 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Majda at 440.255.1178 (email@example.com).
Celebrate the music of the late polka legend and Collinwood native Eddie “Hambone” Habat as the Jeff Pecon Orchestra appears with guest accordionists Fred Kuhar and Walter Ostanek, Canada’s Polka King, at SNPJ Farm in Kirtland, Ohio, Sunday, August 7, 2016.
On June 18 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm the E. 185th merchants will put out tables and give away, lollipops, the cycling community will gather in the old Chevy lot for a bike rodeo and safety lessons, the Walk&Roll people will energize the sidewalks – join your neighbors for exercise, sidewalk-sharing and maybe an occasional bargain. Contact Julia at NSDC to help with prizes, and to volunteer to help with planning the event and day of, including being bike ride leaders -firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more, contact the E. 185 Merchants Association:WalkAndRollE185@gmail.com; or Barbara Liddell: (216) 242-9087; Sandra McKinney: (216) 925-2937.
Looking for a camp to meet the needs of a grieving child or teen? Hospice of the Western Reserve offers camps and events in several convenient Northern Ohio locations to help children share their feelings and ask questions in a safe, supportive environment. A variety of activities are led by trained grief support professionals experienced in working with children. Planned activities encourage memories, coping skills and the expression of feelings.
Bring the whole family to the Collinwood Community Festival & Free Health Walk! The festival will include free health screenings, arts and crafts, mobile gaming truck, music, and interactive fun. The event allows organizations to give back to the community while allowing community members to discover new resources available in the Collinwood neighborhood. Bounce houses, concession stands, CPD and EMS reps and much more will be there for your amusement and education. Backpacks and schools supplies will be distributed while supplies last (registration via eventbrite is required).
Healthy Parenting, hosted by CAMHP Foundation and Siggy's Village, will begin July 9th at 10am until 10:30am Saturdays at Collinwood Neighborhood Catholic Ministries located at 15706 St Clair Ave, Cleveland, OH 44110. There will be multiple discussion groups:
CAMHP, Center for Advanced Mental Health Practice, is providing community groups for domestic violence, mental health, foster parent support, bereavement, and drug and alcohol.
Mondays at 6:30pm: Mental Health
Wednesday at 6:30pm: Bereavement, Drug and Alcohol
Saturday at 10:00am: Foster Parent Support
Domestic Violence: For more information please contact Danielle Dronet at (216) 501-1730
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Please note if groups or times change they will be further reported in the Collinwood Observer.
Citizen Circles are groups of community members committed to helping offenders make the transition from “offender to citizen”. They create partnerships that promote positive social interactions and accountability to help offenders become productive citizens.
Offenders and their families develop relationships with community members and jointly develop a plan to help the offender re- integrate into society. An important part of this re- entry process is the communication to them that their debt has been paid and the community is willing to accept them as a restored citizen.
How do Citizen Circles work?
Offenders seek involvement of their own free will.
Circles focus on the future rather than the past.
Circles create an environment aimed at fostering acceptance and for using on the
individual’s personal strengths.
We need your involvement as an ordinary citizen to help make this happen. If you are interested in participating in a circle, please contact Sr. Madeline Muler at email@example.com or 216.408.0214.
Registration is now open for Hospice of the Western Reserve's 2016 Walk to Remember, sponsored by FirstMerit Bank. Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist Leon Bibb of WEWS-TV, Channel 5, is this year’s Master of Ceremonies.