Community Center Update: February 2011
Released: 2/11/2011
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Melissa Weldon, Coordinator
(440) 449-5011
The warm weather is coming, I think, and along with it the party "season". Therefore, if you will be planning one of those very special celebrations, your child's first birthday or graduation party, a shower or their wedding, we hope that you will consider using one of the rooms, here in the Community Center. We are able to accommodate multiple functions of various sizes from the small intimate gathering to larger parties and receptions. If you will be celebrating a special event in 2011, please call the office so we can schedule a time for you come in to tour our wonderful facility and discuss your options in more detail.
Get Involved - Do you have "a little" extra time and an interest in getting more involved? If so, have you considered joining one of the many clubs and organizations that call the Community Center home? We have something for everyone from political clubs to the Garden club, service oriented organizations to social clubs.
While the majority of these groups meet in the evening, both the Tri- City senior program and the Hillcrest Meals on Wheels program have daytime volunteer opportunities.
For contact information, call the Community Center or refer to the City website for the link to the Local Organizations Directory.
Stay Healthy
The American Red Cross holds a BloodMobile in the Community Center the first Thursday every other month, from 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM. The next is scheduled drive is April 7, 2011. Did you know that you can someone's HERO every 56 days... you, can, if you are a blood donor. To those needing transfusions, accident victims, cancer or surgical patients your blood is priceless - there is NO SUBSTITUTE - and it only costs you, nothing but a little time.
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health offers an Immunization Clinic, most Thursdays, here in the Community Center. These clinics can provide you and your family with all the same vaccines available at your local Doctor's office, from newborns immunizations, to TB tests to flu and shingles vaccines, with the expense of an office visit. The nurses bring the vaccines with them each time they come, and only bring what is required for the day's appointments; therefore, they are NOT able to accommodate walk-ins, only those with an appointment. To schedule and appointment call the Cuyahoga County Board of Health at (216) 201-2041.

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