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Summer Activities Await You At The PNC Fairfax Connection

Do you want to horn your gardening skills, learn how to cook or what it takes to buy a home? Gardening, cooking and home buying workshops are just a few of the many activities offered at the PNC Fairfax Connection. Join us to experience programs or develop new skills. Wither you are looking for educational classes like Basic Computer Skills, financial education classes, workshops on.
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Foluke Cultural Arts Center Classes

Foluke Cultural Arts, a Neighborhood Connections grantee in the Central neighborhood, is enrolling for Winter and Spring classes. Classes include adult ballet, liturgical dance, and children's ballet, drumming and theater classes. Click here for more information or check out www.folukeculturalarts.org..
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Grantee Feature: Seniors Are Jewels

Seniors Are Jewels is a project that gets senior adults out of their homes and involved in activities including arts and crafts, movement and computer training. Grantee and Grant Making Committee member Tynetta Harris-McCall talks about the project and the grant funding provided by Neighborhood Connections that helped make it a reality. .
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Summer Camp at Emmanuel Baptist Church

Summer Camp at Emmanuel Baptist Church starts June 16. Sports, swimming and field trips from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pick up your application NOW at Emmanuel (Tues-Thurs 10AM-3PM) For more information call the church or contact : Dyeatra Williams at (216) 965-7943 or dcw7@sbcglobal.net Great things are happening in OUR Neighborhood this Summer Click here for more information..
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MyCom MyPATH Program for Teens

The MyCom MyPATH Partnership Advancing Today’s Heroes is a unique opportunity for high school students (rising 9th graders through 12th grade) to build their leadership skills and put these skills into action. Meet new people. Share ideas. Build your skills. Create and implement a service learning project. Please submit your application by Friday, June 13th to: Partnership For A Safer Cleveland Attn: MyCom MyPATH 2239 E 14th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 or.
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Free Weekend on North Coast Harbor is Here!

The Cleveland Foundation’s February centennial gift to the community, a free weekend on North Coast Harbor, will include just-announced, all-day special family programming at Great Lakes Science Center on Saturday, Feb. 22, and at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum on Sunday, Feb. 23. Great Lakes Science Center’s free admission on Saturday, Feb. 22, will include live science demonstrations every hour, capsule chats.
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Life 101

Life 101 is not a remedial course in life, but the story of a phenomenal woman who is now on the other side of 100 years old: Judge Jean Murrell Capers. Judge Capers graduated from Case Western Reserve University, became the first black woman elected to Cleveland City Council, and later became a Cleveland Municipal Court judge. Judge Capers says her earthly father gave her advice to live.
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Summer Camp Scholarships

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is offering scholarships for all summer camp programming, including Circle Sampler Camp (grades 1-6) , Junior Medical Camp (grades 3-12) and all of our Outdoor Education Camp s (grades 4-12) . More information about these camps can be found at: http://cmnh.org/site/ClassesandPrograms/SummerCamps.aspx.
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Celebrate Neighborhood Traditions at PNC Fairfax Connection

  As so many of us celebrate our own holiday traditions, we invite you to join us to honor the historic traditions and culture of Fairfax this month at PNC Fairfax Connection.  We’re also featuring programming on job readiness and networking. So whether you’re looking to explore the history of your neighborhood, improve your job search skills, master new technology or gain empowering personal finance insights, there’s.
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Wade Oval Winter – A New Way to Celebrate the Season

Celebrate the snowy months by bringing family and friends to University Circle for Wade Oval Winter, featuring two of University Circle’s most popular events, The Rink at Wade Oval and the 20th annual Holiday CircleFest, along with some new and exciting twists. The Rink, which is open now through March 9, 2014, invites visitors to skate for free in one of Cleveland’s most picturesque outdoor settings. Skate rentals.
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Inspired to Lead

In May’s Neighborhood Voice, Rechelle Williams read about a soon-to-be leaderless Girl Scouts troop. The 12 girls met at the Sterling Branch Library in Central and needed a new leader. So, as if her hands weren't full enough, Williams--a government employee and the mother of a five year-old son and two young adult daughters--stepped in. When she and I recently met over coffee, I asked her.
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Perry’s Perspective: World Languages Make Global Citizens

"Je parle Français un petit peu" — I speak a little French. The French I remember from studying the language in fourth to ninth grades came in handy in August. That’s when my husband and our three teenagers spent nine days in England and France. I wanted us to take this trip because I believe the best education gives students a real shot at making their dreams come.
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PNC Fairfax Connection Invites Community to Celebrate

Cleveland residents and business owners are invited to celebrate one year of community accomplishments at the PNC Fairfax Connection, the free resource center located at E. 83rd and Carnegie, at an open house on Saturday, September 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Since its debut in September 2012, the center has welcomed more than 1,000 registered members and thousands of visitors who regularly come to.
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PNC and Fairfax: Together Building a Stronger Community

  As we mark the first anniversary of the PNC Fairfax Connection this month, there are many achievements and milestones to celebrate.  For instance, there’s the member who found employment using the resources at the center, the preschooler who is better prepared for kindergarten, the small business owner who strengthened his business plan and the teenager who mastered video production. These are just a few examples of.
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Teacher Helps Girls Take Flight

Eighth-grade English teacher Emerald Hall doesn't play. She expects her students to work hard, just like she does. I could tell that Hall, 44, meant business the moment my 14-year-old daughter told me about her. For example, to my daughter's surprise, Hall carefully read and graded each page of the jumbo-size packet of eighth-grade study material her students brought home during spring break. I can’t say that if.
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