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Start: 9:58 am
End: 9:58 am

The Academy will combine a five-week college residential experience with a pre-calculus mathematics class. Hands-on activities, research, and application in mathematics, along with support and mentoring will encourage and challenge students, deepen their mathematical knowledge, and help them explore teaching as a career. The students will live in Fenn Tower from Monday to Friday, interact with University faculty and high school teachers, and have the opportunity to take advantage of the University’s excellent recreational facilities and resources. Adult supervision will be provided at all times.
This program is offered at no cost to the student and will provide the student a $500 stipend upon completion of the summer residential program. In addition, students can earn a stipend of $900 during the following academic year for being involved in tutoring at their home school and attendance at four Saturday workshops at Cleveland State University.
Please encourage your daughter or son to apply for this valuable educational opportunity!  The attached application is due to the address below by Friday, JUNE 8th, 2007.

Start: 8:00 am

Public testimony will follow a presentation by RP Madison, International to Cleveland City Planning Commission. The commission will vote on demo permit for Breuer/Cleveland Trust/Ameritrust Tower. Be there early to sign in.

Check out the attachments here from the 1967 Cleveland Trust Annual Report found in the Cleveland Public Library Business Department. The article is entitled "Faith in Downtown Area – New Headquarters Building to Alter Cleveland Skyline".

Here's a familiar except, but remember this is not one of our current players speaking; it is a Cleveland Trust spokesperson in 1967:

Start: 1:00 pm
End: 7:00 pm

Breuer and Hough Bakeries

The most important thing civic-minded, planning oriented, culturally-concerned citizens may do June 8th is attend the Cleveland City Planning Commission meeting regarding Cuyahoga County seeking permission to demolish the Breuer - see posting on this here. After fighting the good fight there (to save the Breuer, or argue otherwise), while you are in a feisty planning state of mind, stop by the Hough Bakeries, in East Cleveland, for some open social hacking on what went down that morning and what we can do to make sure this region is planned better in the future, including with what we are working on in East Cleveland.