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Farmers Market Cash Mob Week

Six days. Nine markets. 130+ vendors. $20.  Join the phenomenon sweeping across local businesses in Cleveland. Farmers markets are the original small business incubators - hosting independently owned and operated vendors of local food grown in the vacant lots and surrounding acreage outside our fine city. Whether you are a first time shopper or a seasoned veteran, this week promises to deliver you delicious fresh.
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Coit Road Farmers’ Market Open All Year

The Coit Road Farmers’ Market recently celebrated its 80th anniversary. Since being founded in 1932 by a group of farmers, the market has evolved from being a primary source of local food on the East Side to an oasis of locally grown food. The former overflow parking lot now includes a community garden, EC Grows, and a large urban farm area. The urban farm was recently.
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Free Health Workshop about Sickle Cell Disease

When and Where: Saturday, August 11, beginning at 10:15 a.m. at A Touch of Rain Salon and Spa (12407 Larchmere Blvd.) and repeating at 11:45 a.m. at Polished Professionals Barber Shop (12501 Larchmere Blvd.) Who: Open to all community members What: Learn about Sickle Cell Disease. Hear personal testimony from a young man living with Sickle Cell Disease. Find out how to connect with a support group for families dealing with Sickle.
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The Pulse: The Olympics, Kyrie Irving & Health Tip of the Month

The Olympics are one of the most anticipated sporting events in the world. This month the best athletes from all around the world are competing with one another to show their pride for their country and to win a coveted gold medal at the Summer Olympics in London. Team USA, our Olympic basketball team comprised of Lebron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant, is the.
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Medical Supplies and Equipment – Cheap!

Medical Supplies and Equipment - Cheap! Tub bench $40 Adult briefs $25/case Bibs, washable, new $5 Bedside commode $20 Walkers, new $20 Shampoo/body wash $1/bottle Mouth swabs $10/box Gloves, not latex, 100-count box $5 Much more. Cash only. Call 216-561-0322 or 216-481-0846..
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Bob Knox, Fisherman with a Cause

To say fishing is a bit like a ministry for Larchmere resident Bob Knox would be just about right. Since an early retirement a few years ago, Knox — with the support of fellow anglers and his wife Joyce — has set about sharing his passion for fishing as a platform for sharing life experiences, too. A certified aquatic education instructor for the Ohio Department of.
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Youth in the Kitchen

Do you remember your first time in the kitchen? I still remember the first full meal that I ever cooked. It was Mother's Day 2001, and I was 13. I was so excited to show my mother all that I had gleaned from her and my grandmother over 13 LONG years. I went all out that day. I made T-bone steaks, roasted potatoes and veggies, biscuits, and my.
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Community Flower Garden Brightens Euclid Avenue

Mary Ostendorf and Leslye Huff moved to East Cleveland from Beachwood about seven years ago and settled in a colonial home on Page Avenue. Both worked late — Huff as a lawyer and Ostendorf as a nurse. When they drove home in the evenings, often they saw people hanging out near the corner of Page at Euclid Avenue in an empty lot littered with garbage. The lot was "an.
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Calling All Leaders to the Table

There ain't nothing like your own now that you're grown. The question is: Do you know it’s yours? Do you know the unlimited possibilities of success you can achieve? It’s time to sit at the table and handle this business! People of East Cleveland, we are a diverse group. Let's build our city. Show your face in the place and have fun designing the future of our city..
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Charles R. Drew Academy: For Teens Interested in Medicine, Dentistry, Research

  Good news 10th to 12th-graders of color who like medicine, dentistry or medical science. If your cumulative GPA is 3.5 to 4.0, the Cleveland Clinic, in partnership with the Health Legacy Project, holds the Charles R. Drew Academy for students like you. The academy's 2013 application deadline is October 12, 4:30pm. This paid internship takes place on Cleveland Clinic’s main campus and runs for 12 Saturdays in.
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Hough Tennis Clinic Gets Grant

USTA Serves, the National Charitable Foundation of the United States Tennis Association, awarded a grant to Inner City Tennis Clinic, Inc. (ICTC) of Cleveland. ICTC has a tennis clinic in Hough at the Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center, 8611 Hough Ave. ICTC's programs inspire positive character development and strive to build a life-long appreciation of literacy, wellness, fitness, tennis and poetry. The program is currently an eight-week.
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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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Introductory Meditation Classes

I am a 20-year veteran in meditation and relaxation. I have used meditation and relaxation techniques to help prevent or control diabetes, stress, high blood pressure and excessive weight gain for myself and others. My goal is to build a community of people with the same mindset who are seeking alternative ways to stay healthy through breathing, meditation, relaxation and food. 5-6:45 p.m., July 18 Learn, practice.
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Senior Profile: Hattie Mathews

Mrs. Hattie Mathews was born in Crowville, Ga. She moved to Cleveland in 1956 and has resided in the Ward 6 area for more than 40 years. She is married to Willie D. Mathews, is the mother of five children and also raised one granddaughter. In 1976, Mathews received training at The Ohio Sate University in law enforcement. She worked as a security guard at the.
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Be Sure To Tip the Waiters in Little Italy

Little Italy is known for its unique art galleries, wine tastings and great food. But students are also a big part of the neighborhood since it is located next to Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Institutes of Art and Music and a teaching hospital. Many students live in the area and work as waiters and waitresses at our great restaurants as they pursue their.
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