Classroom Antics, a Cleveland based company, that normally offers in person, STEM based summer camps, in multiple Ohio locations and in Detroit, found, due to Covid-19, that they would not be able to offer their various camps ranging from Lego Robotics to Minecraft Coding.
It was a resident’s birthday at GreenView Assisted Living Community Saturday, and with Gov. Mike DeWine’s order of limiting visitors to nursing homes and assisted living facilities, this family made sure this one resident had a wonderful birthday.
Ohio schools, institutions, sporting events, parades and government facilities, fitness centers, public recreation centers and movie theaters have all been deeply impacted by the spread of the coronavirus.
Volunteers gathered in the church parking lot at St. Malachi Parish in Ohio City where they sang the U.S. and Irish National Anthems, and got t-shirts, mugs, and medals ready. All that was missing: 32 hundred runners.
The foundation created in her name, Prayers From Maria, is known for its beautiful field of sunflowers in Avon that attracts thousands of people to pray, take pictures, and most of all, help support an important cause.
Cuyahoga County’s only publicly funded shelter designed to help single women find housing is operating well under the leadership of the YWCA of Greater Cleveland. Hundreds of women have been given a new lease on life through the programs offered at the Norma Herr Women’s Center.
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