Tri-C Hosts Campus Tours on Presidents Day: Talking Cities

BRECKSVILLE, Ohio – What better day than Presidents Day to organize college campus tours? Cuyahoga Community College will host a day trip for prospective students on February 21 across its four campuses, as well as the Brunswick University Center and the Hospitality Management Center.

The day offers potential students the opportunity to discuss university programs with professors and advisors; find out more about registration, financial aid and scholarships; discover the variety of student services available; and explore the buildings.

Registration is required for the program, which includes an informational meeting and campus and classroom tours. The hours are as follows:

Brunswick University Centre, 3605 Center Road in Brunswick: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

East Campus, 4250 Richmond Road in Highland Hills: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Hospitality Management Center, 180 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland: 10 a.m.

Metropolitan Campus, 2900 Community College Ave. in Cleveland: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Western Campus, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road in Parma: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Westshore Campus, 31001 Clemens Road in Westlake: 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Visit or call 216-987-6000 for more information or to register at one of the locations. These free events are open to the public, with free parking available.

Tea time: Kathy Habib and Jo Ann Bartsch will present a power point showing how to get into horticulture at the Chippewa Garden Club’s upcoming flower show in August, titled “A Little Thyme for Tea.”

This will be a review for members who have attended previous flower shows and new information for new club members.

Join the Chippewa Garden Club at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Brecksville Social Services Building, 2 Community Drive, Brecksville. (The Social Services Building is at the rear of the Community Center.)

Guests and potential members are always welcome. For more information, contact Noreen at [email protected] Visit or follow the club on Facebook for articles about the garden and club activities.

To dance: the The Brecksville Community Center presents a father/daughter and grandfather/granddaughter dance from 7 to 9 p.m. on February 12. It will be a special night that fathers, daughters, grandfathers and granddaughters will cherish forever.

There will be a DJ for music and dancing, and Chef Dina will prepare pizzas, punch, fruit skewers and sweet desserts for you to enjoy. And the evening will be digitally captured in a special photo area.

Dress up and bring your favorite little girl to the community center for an unforgettable fun night. For ages 3-12. The cost is $30 per couple for resident members, $35 for non-members and $40 for non-residents, $12 for each additional person.

Register in advance at the Community Center. For more information, call 440-546-2300.

Meals on Wheels: Meals on Wheels offers a helping hand. When something isn’t affecting your life, you probably don’t know much about it. Meals on Wheels is one example. If you or a friend or relative doesn’t need a meal, service is probably not on your radar.

The local Meals on Wheels chapter serves residents of Brecksville and Broadview Heights. It is a strictly voluntary non-profit organization.

Every day, Monday through Friday, volunteers use their own vehicles and gasoline to deliver a hot and cold meal for lunch and dinner to homebound or recovering, usually frail, elderly people. Most importantly, the volunteer provides a smile and a daily security check to make sure people are ok, especially those who live alone.

Meals are well balanced and nutritious. The cost is $30 per week.

The program is always looking for volunteer drivers. At the moment, we need people to replace sick or vacation drivers. The day starts at 10am and you will be on your way back around noon. Call 440-526-2499 if you can help.

Meals on Wheels also needs donations to cover expenses such as strong, clean delivery bags that keep food warm. You can mail a check to Meals on Wheels, 2 Community Drive, Brecksville, OH 44141.

Cleveland 500: The Beck Center for the Arts is proud to announce that Cindy Einhouse, President and CEO, has been recognized by Cleveland Magazine as a member of the Cleveland 500 list.

Cleveland Magazine’s 2022 edition of the Cleveland 500 is a compendium that profiles leaders from all facets of business, professional, entertainment, education and technology. The profiles in this issue offer insight into what it means to be successful, influential and powerful in Greater Cleveland. It also offers personal anecdotes about what it takes to lead and inspire.

Regarding the honor, Einhouse said, “On behalf of the Beck Center for the Arts, I would like to thank Cleveland Magazine for including me in this spectacular group of 500 people. Cleveland certainly has a lot to celebrate!

Einhouse was selected as the winner for her work in the arts and museums.

“Our goal is to recognize those who serve and inspire greater collaboration in our community as they seek to have a positive impact on Cleveland,” said Lute Harmon Sr., president of Great Lakes Publishing and editor of The Cleveland 500.

“Greater Cleveland is filled with exceptional leaders who live and breathe the important missions of their organizations. To lead, they serve. We want the Cleveland 500 to be a step in building relationships that lead to growth and progress.

Let the communities of Brecksville, Broadview Heights and North Royalton know what’s happening with your organization, church, school, business or family. Email me at [email protected].

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