Student art wins accolades at Fine Art Exhibition: Briefly Brook Park



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Emma Januszewski has been recognized for her work.

BROOK PARK, Ohio – Emma Januszewski, a fifth-grade student at Ford Middle School, won the Elementary Division of the Ohio Association of Gifted Children ‘s Susan Faulkner Fine Arts Exhibition and Auction. Emma’s artwork depicted Lolly the Trolly and was created when Emma was in fourth grade at Brook Park Memorial.

Room meets at the library: The Brook Park Chamber of Commerce will be holding its lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on November 18 at our newly renovated library, 6155 Engle Road. Learn all about the new services available, including music and video streaming services, digital books and magazines, and more. This special meeting will include a luncheon for $ 18 for members and $ 22 for non-members, $ 2 of this amount to be donated to the SCAN Hunger Center.

Contact Sharon Zimmer at (216) 898-9755 or email [email protected] to make your reservation by November 17th.

The Mobile Food Pantry is back: The Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s mobile pantry will return to Brook Park for the last time this year from 10 a.m. to noon on November 15 at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, 6151 Smith Road. The food bank offers participants a choice of food, usually including fresh produce. Participants are encouraged to choose a three-day supply of nutritious foods for each member of their household.

Participants must “self-proclaim” their household need by completing and signing an eligibility form which is collected during the distribution. The forms are available for registration. Eligibility is based on income and household size. For a single household, the income level is less than $ 23,339. For each additional person, add $ 8,120.

There are no winter distributions at the church, so the next one won’t be back until March 21. You can contact the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to be referred to another site, 216-738-2265 or online at

The Redeemer Lutheran Church in Brook Park runs this program with the support of many community partners. It’s a Brook Park collaborative community event!

Grant goes to the third grade teacher: Lori Gulley, a third-grade teacher at Brook Park Memorial Elementary, received a $ 200 Educational Foundation grant for her social studies course.

Veterans will be at the center of this concert: The Grade 3 Brook Park Memorial Armed Forces Appreciation Concert will be held on November 13 at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the Ford Middle School Auditorium, 17001 Holland Road. Be sure to come and enjoy this tribute to our veterans.

The young scientists had a great day: Some talented Ford Intermediate School students following the students have been selected to participate in NASA Young Astronaut Day on November 1. Congratulations to Maryn Huston, Lily Tingly, Kylie Vaughn, Nathan Dietz, Cole Powell, Evan Colburn, Olivia Meany, Jaden Rohfeld, Hayden Maschmeier, Skyanne Melton, Emma Reardon, Kaidence Deluise, Johnny Reilly, Jacob Hoessle, Ethan Silver-Risken, Ruby Thomas and Zach Potts.

Seniors can learn to manage vacations: The Brook Park Senior Citizen Club will hear guest speaker Marlene Kurz of the Southwest General Health Center talk about “Treat Yourself for the Holidays” during their 10 am meeting on November 25 at the Community Center, 17400 Holland Road. The conference will be followed by Bingo and Pizza with East Park for only $ 2. For more information about this program or any of the other senior programs, contact the Office of Aging, 216-433-4136.

No snow removal this year: If you are not aware, the city will no longer offer snow plowing and lawn mowing programs for the elderly and people with disabilities. But they found contractors interested in providing the service at a reduced rate. If you want to know more, you can attend the meeting at 9 a.m. on November 15 at the Community Center and hear a presentation from these entrepreneurs.

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