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Grassroots Group Works with Youth

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, one in three children reside in fatherless homes out of a total of more than 24 million children in the country. This statistic is across color lines, stretching beyond economic status and educational achievements. There is no denying the necessity and the significance a father has on the life course of a child. Some researchers say an absent father increases the.
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PNC Fairfax Connection Offers Expanded Summer Hours

Beginning on Monday, June 3, PNC Fairfax Connection will offer new expanded summer hours for all members of the community to take advantage of our free programs, interactive technology and educational resources. Just in time for summer break, you can join us at the center on Monday through Saturday: Monday                                      (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Tuesday and Wednesday     (10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.) Thursday                         .
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Girl Scouts in Central

La Queta Worley started attending Girl Scout meetings as a volunteer eight years ago. Now, Worley is leader of the troop based out of the Sterling branch of Cleveland Public Library and is looking to transfer the troop she loves into the hands of someone new. Worley attended her first meeting while taking care of her sister, who was a Brownie and wanted to become a.
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A Pot O’ Gold at Friendly Inn Settlement

“Are leprechauns real?” a curious second-grader asked me as I strolled around the St. Patrick’s Day-themed Family Night at Friendly Inn Settlement on March 12. The holiday-themed event culminated the Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities program taught by Mallory Salvi, an AmeriCorps member at Children’s Hunger Alliance. The curriculum combines 12 hands-on nutrition education — or Food Folks — lessons, in conjunction with 20 hourlong moderate to vigorous physical.
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Get Ready for Summer Basketball!

James Reid had the opportunity last summer to stand back and watch what was once just an idea in his head become reality. The last day of the eight-week double elimination Glenville Summer Basketball Tournament was coming to a close, trophies and medals were given and children softened their faces with proud smiles. Glenview Park, 10701 Dupont Ave., was filled with laughing children, joy-filled teenagers and.
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Teen Student Interviews County Medical Examiner

For some time now, I’ve wanted to be a medical examiner. I guess all those crime scene investigation TV shows, like "Criminal Minds," got to me. When I told my mother about my latest career choice, she went digging through the Web for summer programs, internships — whatever. That is when she came across the High School Shadowing Program. The program is coordinated by the medical examiner.
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Central Arts Group Committed to Community

Foluke Cultural Arts Center, led by Dava Cansler, is a force to be reckoned with in the Central community. Cansler founded the center years ago as a dance faith-based ministry with a focus on the community. The organization expanded after Cansler conducted a survey in the community to see if the residents would be interested in an arts program. The results showed a hunger for an artistic outlet, Cansler said. “I saw the arts as.
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This Weekend’s Must-do Event: Fall Family Festival

Ward 7 Community Service Center would like to invite you to our Fall Family Festival from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 20 at Gordon Park. This will be a fun outdoor event for the whole family. Bundle up, and let’s have a wonderful time. Vendor tables are available for free. For details, contact the Ward 7 office at 216-664-2908 or the Ward.
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Local drill team encourages focus and precision

As I approached the church doors at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church on Woodland Avenue, I heard deep thunders of unified stomps and shattering claps responding to a voice of strength guiding the bodily music. I had no idea where I was going initially, however, I just followed the sounds of ancient times — stomps and claps. When I finally turned the corner into the room, there.
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Conference for Teens this Month

I remember my English teacher in high school putting down the text book with her head following suit. “Class, let’s chat for a minute,” she said somberly. At that very moment, she became a mother and not an English teacher. I witnessed probably the most emotionally charged and relevant lecture since Sept. 11, 2001. I took in every word she said to use if I ever was.
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Cleveland School District Offers Language Assistance for Parents

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District provides free language assistance to parents and guardians who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP) regarding school programs and activities. To be eligible for assistance, a parent or guardian does not have to be of limited English proficiency in speaking, reading, writing and comprehension. It is only necessary that a person be limited in at least one of these areas to receive.
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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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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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Free 12th Annual Family Fishing Day

The Doan Brook Watershed Partnership invites Northeast Ohio residents to “get hooked” and enjoy a day of free fishing and outdoor activities with friends and family at University Circle’s historic Rockefeller Park Lagoon from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, August 25. Family members of all ages will learn how to cast, tie knots and fish for bluegill, bass, catfish (and prizes) in the specially.
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