My Choice To Live Healthy In Euclid

My first step to living healthy in Euclid, knowing how to use community resources available for residents. It’s important to me knowing who my council person is. I get great advice from Councilman Tanner from (Ward 1) dealing with certain issues. Mayor Kristen Holzheimer Gail and her administration are doing a great job having access for residents to achieve a […]

A Thank You To The Euclid Observer

I would like to thank Mr. Copic, owner of the Euclid Observer making my dreams come true. After leaving the Women’s Shelter in Cleveland, Ohio in 2006 and getting my own apartment along with a job at Huron Hospital, I started writing for Channel 19 as a Community Blogger for East Cleveland for their online website for neighborhoods on a […]

Polka Mass and Dance at SNPJ Farm, Sunday, July 28

The Polka Mass is a unique expression of faith. Join the Jeff Pecon Orchestra in this musical tradition, followed by four hours of dancing, Sunday, July 28, 2024, at SNPJ Farm in Kirtland, Ohio, hosted by Lodges 5 and 306 of the Slovene National Benefit Society (SNPJ). Married couples are invited to renew their wedding vows. You can also learn […]

Cub Scout Pack 143: Exciting Projects and Events with Our Local Scouts

Pack 143 kindergarten through second-grade scouts have been busy with hands-on nature projects. The Lions and Tigers have been constructing birdhouses. There are some new additions to our older Cub Scouts. They are working towards achieving their Bobcat badge. This important milestone involves mastering the basics of Scouting, including the Scout Law, the Scout Oath, the Scout handshake, the salute, […]

Speaking your heart and mind with confidence

Before I invite you, I want to share how my whole life was changed. I was having lunch with a mentor/friend and spoke of my dreams of telling my story and speaking as a career goal. It was that day I learned of Toastmasters International Speaking club and found a group right here in Euclid Library. I stopped in one […]

Real Loss Talk

Greetings and welcome to Real Loss Talk. This month our topic of discussion is “Why do we minimize our Grief.” First, let us define the word minimize. Per Merriam-Webster dictionary, to “minimize” is to reduce something or keep it down to the smallest possible degree. When we relate this to our grief what we are doing is minimizing the relationship […]

Noble Academy Cleveland Scholars Excel in Math and Science

On Friday, April 26, 18 scholars from Noble Academy Cleveland traveled by van to Chicago with Noble teachers to participate in CONSEF (Concept Science and Engineering Fair) or MathCon. Both events are sponsored by Concept Schools and took place at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois on Saturday, April 27. Scholars from all 34 Concept Schools in […]

CYSP: A Year in Review

Each year at Noble Academy-Cleveland, we recruit for CYSP among the 5th through 8th grade scholars. Concept’s Young Scholars Program (CYSP) is designed to build responsibility, character and leadership among our student body. Those who are selected are paired with a teacher or Noble staff member who will serve as their mentor, typically in groups of 4-6 scholars. We had […]

The Path

Open letter to the Citizens of Euclid, Euclid Police Department, Mayor Holzheimer-Gail and Euclid City Council: It has been a heartbreaking and sorrowful time for many of us in the city of Euclid. To the family of Officer Jacob Derbin we extend our condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers. To the rest of us, here is my question: […]

Food Strong Care A Van was a great success

Care_A_Van, the monthly FREE resource event by Cleveland’s freshest Nonprofit, Food Strong was a great success. Visitors had a blast dancing, eating and networking. Top 3 Highlights From the Successful Event: 1️. The Food – Delicious recipes that made mouths water. Chef Shirelle Reynolds-Boyd and Chef Rufus Hill fed everyone well. 2️. The Fitness – Brothers’ Goaltending Academy and Jesse […]