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Ukrainian Village Parade & Festival On Saturday, Aug. 25

Photo Credit: Yevhen Gulenko of Human Artist Photography.

On August 25th, the Ukrainian Village Committee will hold its 9th annual Ukrainian Independence Day Parade in Parma’s Ukrainian Village.

The Grand Marshal this year will be Oleh Mahlay. Mr. Mahlay is the artistic director and conductor of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus - a world-renowned musical ensemble celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.

This year’s parade will showcase more than 40 marching units. Parade participants will include Ukrainian church communities, Parma area social clubs, local businesses, the mayor and city council representatives, city school officials, police honor guards, Veterans organizations, floats, and more! Spirited musical numbers will be performed by local high school marching bands.

There will also be a festival at St. Josaphat’s astrodome for all to enjoy! Festival admission and parking are free. It begins at noon and will feature a beer garden, authentic Ukrainian cuisine, live music, the Kashtan Dance Ensemble, and the Zorya Ukrainian Female Vocal Ensemble. There will also be games for kids, a petting zoo, hay wagon rides, balloon twisting, face painting, and more!  

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:25 AM, 08.01.2018

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Pierogi Palooza August 26

Pierogies are going more and more mainstream when it comes to tasty food available to Americans, which is why I never miss one of my favorite events of all time, Pierogi Palooza. An annual event at Broadview Multi-Care in Parma at 5520 Broadview Rd. In past years rhe event was held in May or early June; this is the  first year it will be in the summer, on August 26, from 1-4 PM. Pierogies from several different vendors, food trucks, and entertainment. Delicious fun for everyone. The good folks at Broadview Multi-Care always see to it that a good time is had by everyone. All proceeds benefit the Parma Hunger Center and the Parma Animal Shelter. Make sure to plan your lunch for that day at Pierogi Palooza, rain or shine.

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 2:28 PM, 08.02.2018

Parmadale Demolition Will Make Way For Greenspace, Public Park Development And Watershed Conservation

The plan to redevelop and re-envision the former Parmadale Orphanage took a major step forward in July when Cuyahoga County awarded $1.35 million to demolish 13 old dormitories at the site. The project will clear nearly 80 acres for greenspace, public park development and watershed conservation. It will also remove a significant amount of impervious surface, decreasing stress on local waterways and infrastructure. The funding includes the demolition of four blighted Parma properties at 7259 Ridge Road, 11599 Kader Avenue, 4418 Pershing Avenue and 7407 Dorothy Avenue. "The repurposing of the former Parmadale campus first came on our radar in 2016 when we learned of its potential sale," said West Creek Conservancy Executive Director Derek Schafer.

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Forty Years On

August 5, 1978- a date which will live in infamy. Well, at least for me. That happens to be the last day that I ever consumed even the tiniest drop of alcohol. In 1978 I was a particularly reckless, stubborn and out of control 17 year old, already a black-out drunk with several scary experiences. My last incident involved a typical night of wayward mindless drunken vandalism, capped off by punching my hand through a plate glass window at the elementary school next door to our house. I managed to slice through 5 tendons, veins and arteries, plus major nerves in my wrist and thumb. I staggered home , steadily and quickly bleeding to death. Were it not for the Parma Police responding to the alarm and subsequently following the blood trail to my residence, I would have undoubtedly not have survived. Recognizing the severity of my injuries, they didn't even wait for an ambulance, choosing instead to place me in the back seat of their patrol car and racing to Parma Community General Hospital at top speed. They saved my life.

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Our Family Caring For Yours

August marks the beginning of Pleasant Lake Villa’s 31st year of serving Parma and the surrounding cities. Family owned and operated, the facility staff takes great pride in their positive impact on the community as a premier healthcare provider.   

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I Believe

A wise person speaks few words. Acknowledging our mistakes helps keep us humble. America does not have a revenue problem; it has a spending problem. Be anxious about nothing; give it to God. Courage, persistence, and perseverance guarantee positive results. Do I not destroy my enemies by making them my friends? How much we love God determines how much we love others and ourselves.

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Physician Talk On Acid Reflux - Aug. 21

In a lunchtime talk on Tuesday, August 21, Dany Raad, MD, will discuss Acid Reflux in a talk from 12 – 1 p.m. A gastroenterologist and Medical Director of the UH Digestive Health Institute at UH Parma Medical Center, Dr. Raad will cover symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of acid reflux. A light lunch will be provided. Register early, as space is limited. The talk will be held in the auditorium of UH Parma Medical Center, 7007 Powers Blvd.

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Search And Rescue

Many families love animals and have a few pets in their homes. When my children were growing up, our house was no exception. We had an assortment of four-legged friends, however, the favorites had to be the variety of dogs that touched our lives. Now, I’m happy to visit my children and share in the fun of playing with their pets. 

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:24 AM, 08.01.2018

The President's Corner

This month I return to my series spotlighting Parma’s plethora of places of worship. Recently, I had the honor of sitting down with Fr. Mark Peyton, Pastor of St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church at the corner of State and Snow Roads. Below is a summary of what I learned.

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Sleep Center At UH Parma Medical Center Diagnoses, Treats Sleep Disorders

Tracy MacGregor found the Sleep Center at UH Parma Medical Center offered greater privacy and care than she experienced previously at another sleep lab.

Tracy MacGregor knows the value of a good night’s sleep – and the importance of a sleep study with a reputable, comfortable sleep lab. So the 49-year-old Lakewood woman was eager to try the new Sleep Center on University Hospitals Parma Medical Center’s campus when it opened this spring. In a free community talk on Aug. 9, members of the public can learn more about the benefits of this service to diagnose and treat sleep disorders.

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A Tribute ~ Traveling Vietnam Wall

~ WELCOME HOME SOLDIER ~

The AVTT Traveling Vietnam Wall was on display at the Cuyahoga Community College's Western Campus the weekend of June 28 - July 1, 2018. With temperatures soaring in the upper 90's, I viewed the Livestream video from the comfort of my home. In spite of the oppressive heat, hundreds of visitors arrived to pay tribute to the 58,318 soldiers, casualties of war. As my eyes gazed across 360-foot-long wall, I was reminded of the two memorial plaques displayed at the entrance of my high school as a tribute to those many students who lost their lives in the Vietnam war. I knew these boys. They were my classmates, my friends. I remember their smiles. Their voices now fall silent at the wall. The impact of seeing the thousands of names left me overwhelmed.

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Kids In The Commons Coming August 11

The weekend of August 10-12 is huge in the city. At 7 p.m. Friday, August 10, the Ohio Flags of Honor opening ceremony will take place at the Gazebo in the Greenbrier Commons complex at 6200 Pearl Road. The Ohio Flags of Honor was founded to honor Ohioans who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our freedom in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Flags will be on display until the closing ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday, August 12. If you have never attended this event, it is definitely worth your time to do so. It is moving and meaningful. We must never forget those who are part of our military service.

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:23 AM, 08.01.2018

Immigrants Are What Made America Great

Anna Widowski came to the United States during the 1880s from what is now Poland with her family as a young woman. They settled on the plains of Kansas as wheat farmers. When she was 16 years old, she went to work as a “Harvey girl” at one of the Fred Harvey shops that were common at railroad stations where she met a young man who worked for the railroad. They got married and in March 1896, at the age of 17 she gave birth to a son who became my grandfather. Her husband’s railroad job took the family to Cleveland where they settled on the west side.

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Tri-C Student April Graham Claims National Art Award

April Graham and her award-winning drawing.

The lights dimmed in the Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) studio and a sense of serenity filled art student April Graham. She gazed at her subject — a sleeping woman — and began sketching.

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Asset Corner #104

AUGUST’s Asset Category: INSPIRATION. Work together; build a network of support to make a difference for young people Adults expect a lot of young people: to learn to treat people fairly and with kindness, act responsibly, get good grades, and become successful. Of course, young people can’t learn everything they need to reach their goals without help from parents and other caring adults. Adults also expect a lot of themselves. Consistently modeling appropriate behavior, teaching values, and at the same time, striving for your own goals, can be challenging. That’s why it’s important to work together. If you know a parent with a troubled teenager or a teacher with a failing student, ask them how you can help. If you are having difficulty connecting with a young person, be sure to ask for the help you need. Sometimes there are concrete things people can do to help; other times listening is all that’s needed.

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:23 AM, 08.01.2018

Parma Art Scene

Woodburned coasters by Michelle Behall

Anthony DeMarco, retired Parma art teacher, photographer, Parma High Alumni, and long time board member of Parma Area Fine Arts Council, is now volunteering his time as a docent at the Cleveland Museum of Art. He is excited to be participating in Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors show. Kusama is an 89 year old Japanese artist. She left Japan at age 27 for the U.S., and became a leader in the avaunt-garde and pop-art movement. She is known for her use of polka dots in her art creations. 

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News You Can Use (And Where To Find it)

O  Go to any of the links below to learn more, to volunteer, or to bring yourself up to date re: active projects, initiatives and/or events & activities.
  >> Parma City School District:
https://www.parmacityschools.org/; https://www.facebook.com/parmaschools/ or https://twitter.com/ParmaSchools

  >>  Parma Area Family Collaborative for current programs and local resources: https://familycollaborative.com/ or https://tinyurl.com/PAFCollab
  >>  Young Professionals of Parma
https://parmayps.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/ParmaYPs/

  >>  Cuyahoga County Public Library Summer Reading Program: https://www.cuyahogalibrary.org/Events/Summer-Reading
  >>  Cuyahoga County Public Library Adult Education GED, Benefit Enrollment Assistance, etc.: https://www.aspiregreatercleveland.org/
  >>  Parma Hts. PACT (Community Policing Initiative): www.facebook.com/parmaheights.police
  >>  Ohio Means Jobs: https://jobseeker.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com/ 
  >>  Stearns Homestead & Parma Area Historical Society (PAHS): http://www.stearnshomestead.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/StearnsHomestead/
  >> Constellation Charter Schools
https://www.constellationschools.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/ConstellationSchools
  >>  Parma Early Childhood PTA
For parents with children from newborn to age 6; part of the State and National PTA organizations and not affiliated with any preschool or church. Expectant parents and non-Parma residents are welcome to join!
http://www.pecpta.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/pecpta/

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS:

O  2018 PCSD Opening Kickoff at Byers Field - Saturday, August 18, 2018, starting at 9:00 am rain or shine…. As compared to last year, there’ll be more groups performing & most school programs will have demos & reps available to answer questions. Returning this year will be the “Drive for Your Students” fundraiser co-sponsored by Barry Axelrod GMC & PCS Education Foundation. Go to www.parmacityschools/kickoff for more information.

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The Superhero Project

The Superhero Project - artwork by Craig Lindsley

Craig Lindsley a Parma Area Fine Arts Council board member, recently told me of a project he is participating in. Graphic artists, comic book creators and digital illustrators are volunteering their time and talents to work with children and teens that have serious medical issues. Children facing serious medical problems have many challenges and medical personnel often refer to them as superheros. This project hopes to help them face those challenges. The participating youth complete a questionnaire involving questions that help to describe them in a superhero persona. Questions like, what they would stand for, how would they make the world better and the type of costumes they'd like to wear. Using information obtained from those questions, the artists create a unique, one of a kind superhero character specific to that child. The families receive a 11” by 17” print, plus digital copy to share or duplicate, and a bio of the artist. Craig's first assignment was a teen who had suffered a stroke. The Superhero Project is provided to families free of charge. For more information on this amazing project go to www.sidekicksohio.org.

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:23 AM, 08.01.2018

Siege The Day

Beyond our walls, the celestial plane propels comprehension of what when even understood remains mysterious; for within our blood flows all knowing ancient secrets of self, and our oneness within all creation.

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All Saints Episcopal Church July Community Report

The Pantry at All Saints, celebrated its 46th monthly food distribution on Saturday, July 21st. It was cool with a few early drizzles, but no significant rain fell on our 38 volunteers and hundreds of guests.

We distributed 13,115 pounds of perishable food to 277 households (inhabited by 685 residents) in 21 northeast Ohio zip codes. Seniors lived in 69% of the households. Forty-six new households were served this month.

Year-to-date We have distributed 75,354 pounds of perishable food to 1,493 households (601 unique) in 28 northeast Ohio zip codes.

Our next event is scheduled for Saturday, August 18th at 9:00 am.

As always, our thanks to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, the City of Parma, and to our loyal volunteers for their steady support. We couldn't do this without you.

We are thrilled to be able to serve our community in this meaningful way.

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:19 AM, 08.01.2018

Chalk It Up! A FREE Event!

Come join us and celebrate summer on Sunday, August 5th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the parking lot at Parma City Hall. This promises to be a fun filled event. Prizes and surprises!

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 11:25 AM, 08.01.2018

Parma Intends To Establish Sister-City Agreement With Ukrainian City

Parma and Ukraine officials in Mayor DeGeeter's office.

The mayor of the Ukrainian city of Ternopil visited Parma in early June as a prelude to the two communities forming a sister-city partnership. During the visit, Ternopil Mayor Sergiy Nadal and Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter signed a memorandum of intent to establish the partnership as a way to foster economic development and educational opportunities as well as strengthen cultural and civic bonds between the two cities. “Mayor Nadal is one of Ukraine’s most progressive mayors, and he reached out to us seeking to establish a relationship with Parma,” said DeGeeter, who exchanged gifts with his Ukrainian counterpart to commemorate the visit.  “Both of us believe this developing relationship could prove beneficial to both cities.” 

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:14 PM, 07.01.2018

Parma's Fourth Of July Parade Is One Of The City's Biggest Events Of The Year

Throngs of people are expected to line Ridge Road to watch Parma’s annual Fourth of July Parade – one of the city’s biggest events each year. Marching bands, local organizations, and public officials will be part of the more than 1,500 participants who will trek the one-and-a-half mile parade route, which starts at Snow Road and ends at West Ridgewood Drive at The Shoppes at Parma. “It’s a rite of passage for so many of our kids,” Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said. “I enjoy seeing them run as close as possible to the parade route as they grab as much candy as they can – or their parents allow.” Said DeGeeter: “But perhaps the best aspect of the parade is watching and hearing the bands march down Ridge Road. This is just a great event, and I truly appreciate the community spirit that makes the parade what it is today.”

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New Chief Medical Officer Named At UH Parma Medical Center

Kimberly Togliatti-Trickett, MD, has been promoted to Chief Medical Officer of University Hospitals Parma Medical Center.

Kimberly Togliatti-Trickett, MD, a longtime physician leader and care provider at University Hospitals Parma Medical Center, has been promoted to the position of Chief Medical Officer, effective June 1. Dr. Togliatti-Trickett had been serving as Associate Chief Medical Officer, working with Chief Medical Officer Christopher Loyke, DO. Dr. Loyke departed to become the Assistant Dean of Clinical Medicine at the DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tenn., where he will oversee the education of third-and fourth-year primary care medical students and also will care for underserved patients in Appalachia.

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:14 PM, 07.01.2018

USS Cod Marks 75 Years

The USS Cod is docked near downtown Cleveland, walking distance of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Great Lakes Science Center and the International Women's Air and Space Museum.

Seventy-five years ago this summer, the USS Cod, a new submarine in the GATO class, received her commission and eventually launched her first war-time patrol, embarking from Australia in October, 1943. The new sub, designed to patrol continent to continent, executed 7 patrols in all, mostly in the South China Sea and around the Philippine islands. While the Cod was built in Groton, CT, Cleveland can claim partial credit as Cod's birthplace, since the submarine's five diesel engines were built by General Motors' Cleveland Diesel plant on the city’s west side. 

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:14 PM, 07.01.2018

Cox Communications Presents 2018 Cox Charities Community Grants

Left to right: Parma City School District, Director of Federal Programs Ava Yeager and Cox Communications Direct Sales Supervisor Myra Beckrest

Elected officials and community representatives joined Cox Communications to award the 2018 Cox Charities Community grants to the Parma City School District and Rocky River Public Library. Cox Charities, the company’s charitable giving initiative, supports after school and summer learning programs focusing on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) learning.  

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:13 PM, 07.01.2018

New High-Definition Technology Enhances UH Parma Medical Center's Cardiac Catheterization Lab

UH Parma Medical Center has invested nearly $1 million into the new high-definition technology in its cardiac catheterization lab.

A growing number of University Hospitals’ cardiovascular specialists will have the opportunity to utilize the high-definition technology of the UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute’s new Cardiac Catheterization Lab at UH Parma Medical Center Center.

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City Of Seven Hills Farmers' Market Welcomes Another Season

Barrio

The City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market 2018 season opened on Thursday, June 28th, 4PM at 7221 Broadview Road in Seven Hills, with plenty of free parking and fabulous vendors! Each Thursday Market features neighborhood farmers, producers, and artisans who grow and/or produce their own goods. Enjoy food trucks? Save the date to grab dinner from Barrio Food Truck on Thursday, July 12th and Swenson’s Food Truck on Thursday, August 9th.  Kona Ice Truck will also be stooping by on select Thursdays! Additionally, there will be three wine events, hosted by The Little Birdie Wine Nest on July 12th, August 9th and September 13th.

About the Market The City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market began in 2014 as a way to bring residents and the local surrounding communities together each week to shop for locally produced items and for the freshest, locally grown food available. Now entering its fourth season, the Market continues to give friends and neighbors the opportunity to visit together in the fresh air while listening to live music and browsing through vendor stalls featuring fresh produce, vegetables, microgreens, fruits, perennials, herbs, meats, honey, nuts, soup, bread, jam, maple syrup, pierogis, coffee, baked goods, kettle corn, soap, pastry and more! The Seven Hills Farmers’ Market is an open and flexible market, allowing vendors to join at any time and for as many weeks as fits their schedule. This means the Seven Hills Farmers’ Market might have an unanticipated guest vendor next to weekly favorites!

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Parma Resident Earns Medical Degree

Christopher J. Yurosko of Parma, Ohio, was among the students who received a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) degree from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at the college’s May 12 commencement exercises.

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West Creek Greenway Grows

Hemlock Creek Trail construction begins in Independence; will help link Parma’s West Creek Reservation to Towpath Trail.

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All Saints Episcopal Church June Community Report

All Saints Episcopal Church in Parma, Ohio, celebrated its 46th monthly food distribution on Saturday, June 16th. It was warm with a few threatening clouds, but no rain fell on our 38 volunteers and hundreds of guests.

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:13 PM, 07.01.2018

Parma Heights Resident Is Semifinalist In The World’s Largest Speech Contest

Rob Telecky

Rob Telecky, of Parma Heights, Ohio, outshined more than 300 local contestants to win the district-level competition of the Toastmasters International Speech Contest. Telecky advances to the semifinal rounds of the contest, vying for one of 10 spots in the World Championship of Public Speaking® to be held at the Toastmasters International Convention Saturday, Aug. 25 in Chicago, IL.

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:13 PM, 07.01.2018

Illuminating News: Local Residents Complete Training At Power Systems Institute At Tri-C

Nicholas Ricci, Jr. of Parma and Jacob Theobald of Parma Heights have been hired by The Illuminating Company after graduating from its utility worker training program at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C). Ricci and Theobald were among 27 graduates in the second class since FirstEnergy Corp. reinstituted the award-winning Power Systems Institute (PSI) training program at Tri-C in 2014. The Illuminating Company is a subsidiary of FirstEnergy.

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The President's Corner - Parma's Coolest Dad

Parma's "Coolest Dad" Jeremy Bahner with his famous caravan of neighborhood children.

Many Parma residents, including myself, have been curious about the caravan of children often being towed up and down the Ridge Road area just south of Snow Road in recent months. The children, as many as 18 or 20, are being pulled by a series of three or four wagons – accompanied by music - by a young father who is in excellent shape – seemingly because of all of the weight he is pulling. This mystery will be solved in this month’s column.

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The Parma Heights Historical Society

We are not always documenting or talking about History. Over the past few years our focus has been on promoting a fun environment for the kids. We want to do a small part that will help the kids have fond memories of their youth as they grow older. We feel some of this fun has been lost during our ever changing world. We would like the kids to have similar good memories as our more senior citizens have had of their youth. Some of the fun promotions that have taken place are, Easter Egg Hunts, Pumpkin Painting, Christmas lighting at the Gazebo, and summer fun events. Our friends from the Vineyard Church on York Road have partnered with us to help with many of these events. Please bring your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren to these events for a memorable time that will last them a lifetime.

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:13 PM, 07.01.2018

New Era In First Responder Training Launched At Tri-C's Western Campus

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will elevate first responder training with the construction of Simulation Village at the KeyBank Public Safety Training Center at Western Campus. A streetscape with buildings representing commercial and residential spaces will serve as the center of Simulation Village. The mock town will allow for training drills that more closely reflect real-life settings faced by police, firefighters and rescue workers.

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:12 PM, 07.01.2018