Archive for ‘Central’

Women’s Health Expo at Friendly Inn Settlement House Saturday

Monday, April 25th, 2016

The Women of Central and Friendly Inn Settlement, Inc. will host

” Its All About You”

Women’s Health Expo

Saturday, April 30, 2016

2pm-6pm

Friendly Inn Settlement

2386 Unwin Road

Cleveland, Ohio 44104

Beauty Secrets, Food, Fun,  Fashion Show, Health Screenings and more.  For more information call Friendly Inn Settlement, Inc at 216-431-7656

FREE INCOME TAX PREPERATION

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

FREE INCOME TAX

PREPARATION

COME AND SAVE MONEY!

 WHERE:

CornUcopia Place, 7201 Kinsman Rd, Ste. #103

or

Central Promise Lab (inside Olde Cedar Estates) 2617 Central Ave

 WHEN:

January 22, 2016 to April 16, 2016

CornUcopia Place (Mon & Fri – 10am to7pm & Sat. 9Aam to 4pm)

Central Lab (Wed 12noon to 4pm)

Call 2-1-1 United Way 1st Call for help and assistance

 

Would you like to volunteer and learn how to prepare taxes?

Call (216)341-1455 and speak with Ms. Thornton

College and High School Students are welcome to volunteer.

Congratulations to Central and Kinsman’s youth football teams!

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

The Central and Kinsman neighborhoods were well represented this weekend in all three Muni-League youth football championships.  The JC Cullum Renegades, based at Lonnie Burten Recreation Center in Central played in the Varsity and Jr. Varsity Championship and the Garden Valley Falcons played in the Termite Championship games.

Even though the teams did not win we congratulate them on a successful season.

Blanket. Lawn Chair. Popsicles (optional)

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Blanket. Lawn chair. Popsicles (optional)… and a life-changing educational program.

It’s that time of year again. August 4th through the 14th, the 2015 STEP teen ensemble is live and onstage in Central!

Lost in the Water is a free, family-friendly original show – inspired by folktales and myths from around the world that explore our connection to water. If you happened to see CPT’s Fire on the Water, Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea or the Brick City Theatre youth at Parade the Circle earlier this season, you’ll know CPT has joined over a dozen other organizations around the city to celebrate the 2015 Year of Clean Water …and the STEP ensemble is totally running (swimming?) with the theme.

STEP will be in Central on

Wednesday, Aug 5, 2015

3:00 p.m.                 

 Outhwaite Community Center

2452 E 46th at Quincy Ave.

Rain Location: Gymnasium

For more information, contact Cleveland Public Theater at 216-631-2727 or visit their website at www.cptonline.org

New Traffic Patterns at E. 30th/Woodland/Orange

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Did you know traffic patterns have changed at E. 30th St , Woodland Ave and Orange Ave? Please read about the updated pattern below from ODOT to avoid being ticketed!

There have been changes in the traffic operation in the vicinity of E 30th/Woodland/Orange. Cleveland police have been out enforcing this new traffic pattern and ticketing offenders.

  • Left turns from E 30th Street south onto the ramp to I-77 south are no longer be permitted. Motorists should use Woodland Ave west toward Orange Ave where a NEW left-turn-only lane leads to Orange Ave and on to I-77 south.  Motorists are encouraged to follow all posted signage.
  • Motorists exiting I-77 south to East 30th St/Woodland/Broadway are no longer permitted to cross over traffic in order to take a right turn on East 30th St (toward Broadway). Motorists should instead turn left on East 30th St to Woodland Ave west toward Orange Ave where a NEW left-turn-only lane leads to Orange Ave and on to East 30th St southbound (toward Broadway).  Motorists are encouraged to follow all posted signage.
  • Left turns from Orange Ave to East 30th St will be prohibited (except from the I-77 exit ramp to East 30th St). Motorists will instead follow Woodland Ave toward E 30th St.

 

 

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For a more detailed map, visit: http://www.dot.state.oh.us/districts/D12/Deputy%20Director/News/Pages/Innerbelt-Update-Changes-coming-to-E-30th_Woodland_Orange.aspx 

Support the East 34th Street Rapid Station

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

RTA is holding a community meeting to gather more information and comments from the public about the need for the East 34th Street Rapid Transit station. The meeting will be held at the Tri-C Metro Campus, Center Building at 6pm on November 5th. Campus District, Inc. urges community residents and stakeholders  to attend this meeting.

Staff from RTA and the project consultant Parsons Brinckerhoff will also be out on the platforms at E 34th St.  and E 79th St. Red Line stations on Tuesday October 21st to distribute surveys and flyers to riders at the two stations.

Attend the meeting and make your voice heard about your transit needs!

UH Rainbow HealthSpot Openhouse!

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

Mark your calendars! UH Rainbow HealthSpot is having an open house! Have the ability to meet health workers and sign up for Medicaid
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 17 from 4 to 7 pm
WHERE: Friendly Inn Settlement House, 2386 Unwin Rd., Cleveland

HealthSpot provides immediate free medical care for children 2 to 18 years old, with a parent or guardian, for non-urgent medical problems including:
 Fever
 Cold, cough, or sore throat
 Earache
 Rashes, eye conditions (pink eye, etc.)
 Mild vomiting, diarrhea
 Stomach pain, pain or frequent urination

The UH Rainbow Health Spot is open Monday-Friday 5:30 – 11 pm & on weekends from 1 – 11 pm.
No cost & no appointments needed.

WZAK (93.1 FM) will be at the openhouse and light refreshments will be served!

Community Wraparound Meeting in Central: YOU’RE INVITED!

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Everyone is cordially invited to a community meeting to learn more about the new Community Wraparound Strategy:

Hosted by:
George Washington Carver STEM School and Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
2200 E. 55th Street
2:30p.m.

This strategy is designed to support our student’s success in school and support strong communities

YOUR PARTICIPATION IS NECESSARY!

We need YOUR feedback in identifying programs and services to support our school and community. You will also learn about the role of the Site Coordinator devoted to support students, their families and our communities!

Learn more at www.LiveUnitedForKids.org

9th Annual Ward 5 Community Family Festival and Parade – this Saturday!

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Mark your calendars! This Saturday, June 28th, will be the 9th annual Ward 5 Community Family Festival and Parade. The festival, hosted at Friendly Inn, will begin at 10 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Music, entertainment, food and activities will be available for kids ages 1-100, including MC Anthony Emory, a Bernie Mac Impersonator.

The parade kicks off at 12 noon. Be sure to come out and support the local participants in the parade.
The parade route is as follows:

  • Start at East 30th St. and Community College (corner of Tri-C Metro Campus)
  • Turn left on East 30th St. towards Central Ave.
  • Turn right onto Central Ave.
  • Turn right on East 36th St.
  • Turn right on Community College
  • Turn left on East 35th St.
  • Turn left on Longwood Ave.
  • Turn left on East 37th St.
  • Turn right on Central Ave.
  • Turn left on East 39th St.
  • Turn right on Community College
  • Keep straight onto Quincy
  • Ends at Friendly Inn (2386 Unwin Road)

 

Many thanks to the numerous sponsors that have contributed to making this a success:
• Ward 5 Councilwoman Phyllis Cleveland/Cleveland City Council • Sisters of Charity Foundation • Friendly Inn • Burten, Bell, Carr Development •Third Federal Savings and Loan • Key Bank • Cleveland Public Power • Cuyahoga Community College • The WORD Church • ProMedica Health System • Bike Cleveland • Cleveland Tenants Organization •

As well as many thanks to all the individuals, groups and organizations that are volunteering with us!

See you this Saturday!

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood Ambassador Training

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Are you interested or know of someone interested in becoming a Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood (CCPN) Ambassador?? Cleveland Promise Neighborhood is now accepting recommendations and referrals!

As a Promise Ambassador, some responsibilities include:

  • Organizing and leading community outreach and engagement
  • Provide leadership and resident voice on committees
  • Serving as a primary connector the Promise initiative with the greater community

Now is the time to join for the upcoming training session for new ambassadors.  The training is designed to prepare and support ambassadors as leaders in the community, while creating an opportunity for them to partner with other leaders and organizations that are committed to the vision for the Promise neighborhood.

 

The training will be held at Friendly Inn Settlement House on Tuesday, June 17 from 12 noon – 2:30 p.m. To learn more and/or to reserve a seat, please contact Sandra Golden, Promise Associate Director at 216.431.7656, extension 168. Lunch will be served, so please respond by June 13 at the latest.