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Upcoming Event: Bridging the Gap in the Faith Community

Neighborhood Connections is sponsoring an event this month organized by Pastor Andrew Clark, of Trinity Outreach Ministries in Glenville. The event, called "Bridging the Gap in the Faith community," will allow faith leaders to offer their plans and projects for the areas they represent and allow attendees to pledge their support in working with the presented initiatives. It is our goal to develop a sense of "neighborhood within.
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Storms Take Us Higher

Have you ever had a friend that just changed on you? You know, they just flipped the script on you. You thought everything was going well, then all of a sudden things changed. You sat back and shook your head in disbelief. That’s what God just did to me. I thought I knew him then he flipped the script and took our relationship to another level, without.
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Upcoming Events in Central: Fashion Show & Fundraiser

Williams Temple Church of God in Christ,  6812 Woodland Ave., Elder Gerald L. Gray, Sr., Ph.D., pastor, is hosting two upcoming events.  A Modesty Apparel Fashion Show is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29. The show will highlight fun, proper styles for young ladies. Chairperson Missionary Yolanda Bayless. A "Shabach" Night building fundraiser is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12 featuring special guest speakers.  Chairperson Minister/Evangelist Harris. Baptismal.
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This Week’s Top Events: Youth Fest & Community Help Fair

St. Clair Superior Neighborhood Youth Festival Neighborhood Parade kicks off festivities at 11 a.m. on Aug. 25. Parade starts at Addison Road and Carl Avenue, travels north to St. Clair Avenue, then west to Norwood Road and south to St. Martin de Porres parking lot. Bouncers, games, food and karaoke! From noon- 4 p.m. at St. Martin de Porres High School, 6111 Lausche Ave. Community Help Fair Starting at 10 a.m..
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Little Italy Hosts its Annual Feast

Imagine that you live in a cultural garden of rich heritage steeped in religious tradition.  For 114 years, Italian immigrants carved businesses and neighborly connections with each other in Cleveland's Little Italy. They lived side by side in a small "grotto" or neighborhood in the huge city. They learned the new language from each other, yet settled down at home to speak to each other in a native.
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Free Community Youth Extravaganza!

Williams Temple Church of God in Christ is having a three-day gospel event this weekend at the church, 6812 Woodland Ave. near E. 55th Street. The free event is from August 17 -19. Poetry Slam: From 7 - 9 p.m. on Friday, August 17 Book Bag & School Supply Giveaway: From 10 a.m - 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 18 for grades K-5. Limited supply. Gospel singing, carnival, games food,.
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True Love Waits

I got started in the "True Love Waits" program when I went to one of their meetings a couple of months ago. My grandma started the "True Love Waits" program at my church, so I decided to go. I went thinking it was going to be boring, but I came out with a lot of information and a ring showing my commitment. Being in this workshop has.
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Two Local Students Share Their Take on College Life

It's that time of year again: back-to-school. With classes starting soon at schools and colleges in the area, Neighborhood Voice asked two local students for their perspective on going from high school to college. Here's what they had to say: Making the Transition to Tri-C Graduating from Jane Addams Business Careers Center and going off to college, I thought it was going to be super hard, but.
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“Stop the Violence” Parade in Buckeye

Buckeye Ministry in Missions Alliance (BMMA) in collaboration with Buckeye Area Development Corporation, Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell Ward 6 and Councilman Kenneth L. Johnson Ward 4 kicks off a “STOP THE VIOLENCE” Campaign today.  Join us on Thursday, July 12, 2012 for:  THE OFFICIAL PRESS CONFERENCE 10:00 a.m. Buckeye Rd. at East 118th St., Cleveland, OH  RECOVERY MARCH / PARADE 5:15 p.m. Assembly starts at South Moreland & Buckeye Rd. at.
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Honesty

You have to be honest with yourself first and then have that attribute with others. It starts at home and within yourself. I never was the person to lie. When I did try, I got caught. I am not a good liar. Some people will stand in front of your face and lie or look you dead in your eyes and lie, too. That just shows.
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Expressions of Success

Everyday we have experiences we do want and experiences we do not want. This is known as deliberate creation versus miscreation. To deliberately create, we must disregard how things are and focus only on how we want them to be. Focusing only on how we want things to be must become habit until success happens. You must be before you can do. That means to accomplish anything.
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Second Annual Stop the Violence March this Month

Glenville Ministries in Mission Alliance hosts its second annual “Stop The Violence” campaign June 28. Last year's campaign was successful. This year’s campaign will be even more powerful. Pastor Andrew Clark Sr., of Trinity Outreach Ministries on Ashbury Avenue, founded GMMA last year.  The goal is to get churches in the neighborhood to come together to open their doors during the week to offer tutoring and workshops on.
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Angels Unaware

I have been blessed to be a member of The Greater University Circle Innovation Team. We are a team of residents and other community members who are experimenting with ideas. We’re working to nurture an exchange of ideas to nurture communication between regular folks and the big institutions in the area — the businesses, museums, universities and hospitals. We want to talk about how, when and what.
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Local Movie Premieres

When movies are released in the summer, they are usually heavy on special effects and crowded with big stars. Dr. Deborah Watson Petty’s film "Broken Balloon" may not break any box office records following its Mothers’ Day premiere, but its message and mission make it a must-see just like any other summer blockbuster. Unlike most movies this summer, "Broken Balloon" is driven by a story and.
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Let Me Clear My Throat

What’s up Glenville? This is another twisted-tale in the hood.  My mother used to say “Let me clear my throat” when she had something to get off her chest.  So Glenville can I clear my throat?   We got way too many churches in Glenville, but they are not doing a whole lot in our neighborhood.  Let me tell you a story about a 12-year-old girl. I.
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