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City of Cleveland Celebrates Black History Month With Meaningful Events

City of Cleveland Celebrates Black History Month With Meaningful Events

February is Black History Month and the City of Cleveland has several events planned including a flag raising, salute to black businesses, bazaars, Cleveland firsts and more. Most events are free and open to the public.

Mayor Jackson Meets with Residents of CMHA Cedar High Rise

Mayor Jackson Meets with Residents of CMHA Cedar High Rise

Following Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s historic fourth inauguration on January 2nd, the Mayor has made stops in neighborhoods throughout Cleveland to meet with residents and share his vision for making Cleveland a great city. On January 24, Mayor Jackson visited the Cedar High Rise Apartments at Cedar Avenue and East 30th Street. There, Mayor Jackson took questions from senior citizen residents of the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority apartment complex.

Senior Produce Distribution

Senior Produce Distribution

The City of Cleveland has teamed up with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank (GCFB) to provide monthly free fresh produce distributions at Sterling Recreation Center in Asia Town. The City’s Community Relations department and Department of Aging coordinated the event with GCFB to meet the growing need of senior citizens in need of fresh produce. In addition to its nutritious food offerings, the City has coordinated with volunteers to provide translation services in Mandarin and Cantonese. The public is invited to bring their bags and IDs to Sterling at 1380 East 32nd St. on the first Wednesday of each month from 2-4 p.m.

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