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OCTOBER

PREACH IT! SING IT

GET YOUR TICKETS ASAP!  This Friday ~ The NCBW Greater Cleveland Chapter was established on September 18, 2016. Our mission is to advocate and empower the black woman and her family in Greater Cleveland through social and political development, civic education, community engagement and rebuilding socioeconomic opportunities. To continue our work, the National Congress of Black Women will hold our 3rd Annual Gala on October 25, 2019 at the Mediterranean Party Center located at 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, OH 44146. Our theme this year is Casino Royal.  By giving to our Casino Royale Gala, you’ll be able to help us accomplish the goal of engaging and empowering black women in non-partisan leadership activities, and build tomorrow’s leaders to advocate on public policy matters that impact the lives and communities in which black women and their families live. NCBW teaches and positions black women to take on leadership roles in their neighborhoods, municipalities, county, state and nationally. For more information, and tickets, please contact Ruth Gray at ruthigray50@gmail.com (216.926.4960) or Lisa Bottoms at lisabottoms6@gmail.com (216.513.5333).

 

A Pastor’s Appreciation Dinner in honor of Bishop Kevin S. Ringer, TH.D., D.D. Overseer of the Sharon Pentecostal Church will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Mediterranean party Center, 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Hts., OH.

The GMWA Cleveland Ohio Chapter will sponsor the “Original Throwback Mass Choir” in concert on Sunday, October 13, 2019, 4:00 p.m. at the Greater Tabernacle Church, located at 9417 Orleans Ave., Cleveland, OH. The host Pastor is Rev. Willie McCreary. The Gospel Music Workshop was founded in 1971, by the late world Renown Gospel Singer and Composer Reverend James Cleveland.

 

Pastor Elder Eddie L. Burge, III and The Covenant Community Church Carpet Committee, 3342 East 119 Street, Cleveland. OH will host “An Evening of Praise” featuring Guest Soloist Rosie Brooks-Hunt from Grace Missionary Baptist Church, along with other artist, Elder Ronald Rucker, The Fleshman Singers, Marita Sanders, and Minister Maria Daniels. This event will be held on October 27, 2019 at 4:00 p.m., and is open to the public.  Minister Sandra Allen, Chairperson.

A Cleveland City Wide Revival is happening at the Second Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1881 East 71st St. Cleveland, OH on October 29 – November 3, 2019. Host Pastor, Dr. A. L. Owens, Rev. Aaron Phillips, Program Chair, and Dr. Leonard T. King, President, with Guest Revivalist the renown Dr. Sedric D. Veal Sr.  Other events are scheduled daily 6:00 -7:00 p.m. beginning on Tuesday, Aaron Phillips. Pastor Sure House Baptist Church, Cleveland Clergy Coalition Community Info Career Opportunities, Impact Lecturer; Wednesday - 10/30, Pastor Ivory Jones, Grace Baptist Church - Medicaid & Medicare Specialist Community Info Healthcare, Spiritual gifts; climaxing on Thursday, 10/31, Jewel Jones, Juvenile Court Liaison Community info: Juvenile Justice. Spiritual Growth: Pastor Nathan Nance, Mount Gillion Baptist Church.  A Light meal provided during impact hour.”

 

You are invited to attend Greater New Canaan Baptist Church Congregation for the 11th Reunion Celebration of Pastor Rev. David L. Watts and the Sons of Harmony, Sunday, November 3, 2019, 6:00 p.m.  GNCBC is located at 2356 East 84th Street, Cleveland, OH, and Pastor Watts known as “Everybody’s Pastor” has been labeled “The Gospel Singer’s headquarters since the early 70’s. The Special Guests will be The Fleshman Singers and many other talented Cleveland Gospel Artists. For information, contact Rev. Marvin Watts, Assistant Pastor (216) 389-4444. 

 

“The Lord is my strength and shield.

I trust him with all my heart.

He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy.

I burst out in songs of thanksgiving.” Psalm 28:7

New Life Retreat Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Education

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Over the last several years drug overdoses have continued to increase. At this point, the Surgeon General has issued a statement for all communities to increase Narcan availability since research shows when communities increase education and availability, the number of overdose deaths decrease. For more information, visit: https://www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/where-to-get-narcan.html

 

ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals. 1- 800-431-1754

18th Annual Halloween Run for Justice

October 26, 2019

DATE

Saturday, October 26, 2019

DISTANCE

1-Mile Walk/Fun Run (non-timed)
5k Run (chip timed)
5k Walk (non-timed)
5-Mile Run (chip timed)

PLACE

Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
2014 Sycamore St,
Cleveland, OH 44113

START TIME

7:30 a.m.- Race day registration (cash or check only!) and packet pickup

9:00 a.m. - All events begin

REGISTRATION

Individual
Family Entry (mail-in only!)
Families must mail all four entry forms in one envelope with check.
One entry form for each family member. Fee includes four t-shirts.

Team Entry (online and mail-in)
Teams must mail all four entry forms in one envelope with check.
Team members must participate in the same event.
Categories: Firm/Company, law school, college, and high school (male, female, mixed)

Online registration closes Friday, October 25th at 9am.

All mail- in registrations must be recieved by Wednesday, October 23, 2019

For more information, contact Hermes Sports & Events at 216-623-9933

All participants registered before October 14 will receive a long-sleeve Halloween Run shirt. Participants registered on or after October 14 will receive a shirt based on availability.

EARLY PACKET PICKUP

Save yourself some time on race morning and pick up your race packet the night before!

Friday, October 25th, 2019
4-6pm
Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
2014 Sycamore St,
Cleveland, OH 44113

**Packet Pickup be located to the right of the entrance to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium on the patio (weather permitting)
In the case of weather Packet Pickup will be moved inside the doors on that patio.

AWARDS

Top male and female overall (5k and 5-mile)
Top Three (3) Male and Female runners in the following age categories (5k and 5-mile):
10 & Under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over
Top Lawyer, Top Judge, Top Paralegal/Legal Assistant, and Top Law Student (male and female)
Team Awards - Top teams in these categories: firm/company, law school, college, and high school (male, female, co-ed) *Teams can compete in 5k or 5-mile events
Best Costume - child, adult, family, couple, team and best marine life theme

WHAT YOU GET

Custom designed race t-shirt
Post-race food and refreshments
Costume contest for both kids and adults
Family-friendly activities and entertainment

For more information, contact Hermes Sports & Events at 216-623-9933

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OCTOBER

  • National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month 

  • National Arts & Humanities Month

  • National Bullying Prevention Month

  • National Cyber Security Awareness Month

  • National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  • LGBT History Month

  • National Work and Family Month

  • National Dental Hygiene Month

  • National Healthy Lung Month

  • National Infertility Awareness Month

  • Liver Awareness Month

  • National Lupus Erythematosus Awareness Month

  • National Physical Therapy Month

National Congress of Black Women Greater Cleveland Chapter
Women Making A Difference

 

The NCBW Greater Cleveland Chapter was established on September 18, 2016. Our mission is to advocate and empower the black woman and her family in Greater Cleveland through social and political development, civic education, community engagement and rebuilding     

socioeconomic opportunities.

To continue our work, the National Congress of Black Women will hold their 3rd Annual Gala on October 25, 2019 at the Mediterranean Party Center located at 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, OH 44146. Our theme this year is Casino Royal.  By giving to our Casino Royale Gala, you’ll be able to help us accomplish the goal of engaging and empowering black women in non-partisan leadership activities, and build tomorrow’s leaders to advocate on public policy matters that impact the lives and communities in which black women and their families live. NCBW teaches and positions black women to take on leadership roles in their neighborhoods, municipalities, county, state and nationally.

For more information, and tickets, please contact Ruth Gray at ruthigray50@gmail.com (216.926.4960) or Lisa Bottoms at lisabottoms6@gmail.com (216.513.5333).

Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation Announces the Fall Season of Take a Hike® Historic Tours

Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation (HGNC), a non-profit organization and leader in historic preservation of Cleveland’s legacy architecture announces the 2019 Fall Season of Take a Hike®, Cleveland’s free historical walking tours, beginning October 5 through November 23, 2019. Two tours are programmed and will be held on alternating Saturdays starting at 10 a.m.

 

New this fall is the addition of the Early Cleveland tour with a new actor portraying George Worthington, a 19th-century Warehouse District entrepreneur and leading industrial hardware distributor whose former warehouse complex has been recently adapted into apartments.

 

FALL 2019 TOURS: (Free 90 min Tours) | Alternating Saturdays @ 10am

 

Historic Euclid Avenue

October 5 & 19 | November 2 & 16

Meet at the Arcade (401 Euclid Avenue)

  • Explore the history and architecture of the Gateway District through Playhouse Square

  • Historical figures include: Garrett Morgan, Milton Krantz, & Mayor Tom Johnson

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(NEW) Early Cleveland

October 12 & 26 | November 9 & 23

Meet outside Phoenix Coffee (826 West St. Clair Avenue)

  • Journey from the Warehouse District through the Flats

  • Experience the history of early Cleveland’s first entrepreneurs and industrialists

  • Historical figures include: George Worthington, Carl Stokes, & Levi Johnson

  • “We’re always excited to bring new stories to life through our Take a Hike ® experiences,” said Tom Yablonsky, Executive Director of HGNC. “The Historic Euclid Avenue tour combines the best of our summer Gateway District and Playhouse Square tours and the Early Cleveland tour introduces participants to a new narrative about the Old River Road Historic District in The Flats, significant to Cleveland’s prominent rise in shipbuilding and maritime history,” he adds. 

  • Take a Hike® is in its 11th season and is unique because of the incorporation of live actors depicting historical figures to enhance the storytelling experience. All tours a free, however, RSVPs are strongly recommended so tour guides can provide the best experience for attendees. Tours are family and pet-friendly, and generally navigable for those with limited mobility considerations. For more information and to register visit TakeAHikeCLE.com or call (216) 771-1994.

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