Ward 10 First Annual Bunny Breakfast Recap
Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston and Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corporation hosted Ward 10 First Annual Bunny Breakfast on Saturday March 31, 2018 from 9:30am to 12:30pm. We welcomed residents surrounding Ward 10 to come together to eat breakfast, create Easter crafts and take photos with the Easter Bunny. The event was a true success. We had over 80 residents participate in the event.
“No need to go outside of the community to have fun, when we can have a good time in our own neighborhood,” says Terrence Upchurch, Community Engagement Specialist of Five Pointe Community Center.
Youth residents were able to participate in the “Golden Egg Hunt” where they had the chance to win Easter baskets, a ham for Easter dinner, or dye eggs. The grand prize winner won Cleveland Indians tickets for the Home Opener. Adults who participated also had the chance to prizes through the 50/50 raffle and Easter dinner raffle. Everyone had a great time at this event.
“We appreciate everyone participation in our First Annual Bunny Breakfast, we thank all of the residents who volunteered their time and donated baskets. We build community through engaging community,” stated Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston.
This was just one of many events that will be available to Ward 10 residents.
Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corporation
The Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corporation is a non-profit organization created to preserve, promote, and protect the quality of life in our communities. We serve as an economic pump and liaison between businesses, industry, and residents. We work closely with our councilmen, political leaders, and city departments including the Departments of Safety, Health, Community and Economic Development,and Building & Housing. The corporation is operated by a board of trustees representing area residents, churches, business, and industry. Our office is located in Collinwood Village, staffed by 2 full-time and 3 part-time individuals. The corporation is funded through the City of Cleveland, as well as private donations, and other grants.