August 6, 2010
St.Leo the Great Church
4940 Broadview Road | Cleveland, Ohio | 44109
Friday, August 6: 6 p.m. to midnight
Saturday, August 7: 5 p.m. to midnight
Sunday, August 8: 1-8 p.m.
- $5,000 Main Raffle
- Full casino, Texas Hold’Em cash tables, black jack, let it ride, instants, money wheels
- Kids’ games, prizes, great food (Saturday: Pork Dinners, Sunday: Corned Beef Sandwiches)
- First annual cornhole tournament
Friday: DJ Pat Daley: 6-8 pm, Lawless Country: 8 pm to midnight
Saturday: Cavalieri Reale: 5-8 pm, Bluescasters: 8 pm to midnight
Sunday: Shout: 1-5 pm, DJ Dave Cefcik: 5-8 pm
Another great opportunity to gather signatures for the red light camera petition!
August 6, 2010
The Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center invites you to the Puerto Rican Parade and Latino Festival which is one of Cleveland’s largest summer events. This year’s event will be held on August 6, 7, and 8th at the Cleveland Municipal Parking Lot. The festival is a cultural event that attracts thousands of people of all backgrounds to the city’s downtown area.
The parade begins at 1:30PM on Sunday, August 8 at E13th and Superior, heading west to E. 9th street, north on E.9th street to North Marginal Road to the Muny Lot.
Great opportunity to get signatures for the red light camera petition!
August 4, 2010
For all of you playing along at home, Cleveland City Council representatives had a chance to redeem themselves on March 9, 2009. A new vote was taken regarding red light cameras–this time it included LEASED VEHICLES and who was responsible for paying a RED LIGHT CAMERA ticket. Some Council representatives moved to the other side this time. Some newer members of council had a chance to prove themselves to the community. It’s time to see for yourself:
Those voting yea: Council Members
Sweeney, Brady, Brancatelli,
Cleveland, Coats, Conwell, Cummins,
Dow, Johnson, Keane, Kelley, Pierce
Scott, Reed, Santiago, Westbrook,
Wilkes and Zone.
Those voting nay: Council Members
Cimperman and Polensek.
For all those interested in educating themselves, you can find the March 11, 2009 City Record here. Go to page 11, first column, toward the bottom.
No matter how many parties your council REPRESENTATIVE throws, no matter how many times they shake your hand and tell you life is good, no matter what they promise you, their VOTING RECORD speaks for itself.
August 2, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 is the 27th Annual “Night Out Against Crime” and both Cleveland and Akron are among the cities participating.
This looks like a nice opportunity to get some signatures for the Cleveland petition to ban red light cameras.
Take a look at the locations, here.