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Lake View Cemetery alive with historic tales and beauty

If you’ve never had an opportunity—or desire—to visit a cemetery when you don’t need to, you are missing out on a grand experience in history, beauty, and wonder at Lake View Cemetery.

Speech pathologist helps children enhance social skills and build friendships

Nicole Gerami, a speech pathologist with a masters in pathology, specializes in helping children with a wide range of delays, both on an individual basis, and in groups.

Little Medical School offers interactive experiences that inspire future healthcare professionals

All year long, kids are inspired to follow their passions while role playing as doctors, veterinarians, nurses and pharmacists at Little Medical School of Northeast Ohio.

Ohio City Bicycle Co-op has engaged youths and adults in cycling since 2002

This unique organization provides bike riding and repair classes, refurbished bicycles, and hands-on learning for people throughout greater Cleveland.

Engaging the daydreamer

While many dreamers are creative and bright children, they may have trouble getting work done at school, struggle with paying attention to the teacher, and can get pegged as slackers.

In a time of need, the food bank serves hope

To serve the rising number of hungry children in northeast Ohio, the food bank came up with another creative solution––the BackPacks for Kids program.

Riding a bike reminds mother of the freedom of childhood

Today's Family columnist, Stacy Turner, shares her memories of her first bicycle and rediscovering cycling as an adult.

Why financial literacy isn’t just one person’s responsibility

Despite a lack of formal education opportunities, there is a multitude of easy, convenient resources parents can leverage to put their children on the path to financial health.

New fall classes for young artists, preschoolers and babies at Valley Art Center

Valley Art Center in Chagrin Falls has expanded its fall youth art programs and has developed new classes to extend art experiences for children earlier than most traditional art programs.

Lake Erie Ink provides a safe space for youth to express creativity

Last year, LEI programs and workshops served over 2,500 youth from kindergarten though grade 12, as well as 127 teachers in area schools.


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