The nationwide school walkout on March 14, 2018 was both a memorial and protest. The students of the National Inventors Hall of Fame STEM Middle School wanted to do something extra to help — create a public service message to support the national walkout and memorial to the victims of violence at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Fun at First & Main is back by popular demand, returning to First & Main in Hudson for free summer fun once a month, June through August. The themed events kick off June 5 with an animal adventure complete with live animal encounters with Jungle Terry. Check out dates and themes for free family fun all summer long, then mark your calendar!
Cleveland Clinic Children’s has a new School-Based Medical Clinic at Lakewood High School. The designated facility, which opened Jan. 23 and operates during school hours, provides health care services, including mental health services, to students and district employees who are enrolled in the school-based health program.
Effective Leadership Academy's "Camp LEAD: The Amazing Chase" is an intensive, one-week summer day camp focused on innovative youth leadership. The camp utilizes games and outdoor team activities to encourage healthy competition and collaboration.
I love sitting down and meeting with a new client for the first time. It feels so good getting people started. They’re excited. I’m excited. My team is excited. It’s just awesome!
Registration is open for next weekend's "Taste of Game On!" event designed to give parents and girls a feel for the unique, multi-sport camp experience at Game On! Sports 4 Girls. Parents will learn more about the camp from its founder, while prospective campers will have the chance to meet, learn and play a variety of sports with some summer Game On! coaches.
Is your teen interested in volunteering this summer but isn’t sure where to start? The Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library will hold its first Lake County Teen Fair on Monday, April 9 from 3-6 p.m.
Each year on March 17, we celebrate by wearing green, attending a parade or doing shamrock-themed activities. Learn the real history of St. Patrick, why we celebrate on this date and how some of the holiday's traditions came to be.
On the third episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner discusses the topic of kids and sports with Dr. Sam Maniar, a sport psychologist at the Ohio Center for Sport Psychology who has worked with numerous professional and Olympic athletes, as well as serving as the full-time psychologist for the Cleveland Browns. The bulk of his experience has come from working with amateur, high school and collegiate athletes.
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