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Future Of Cleveland's 80-Year-Old Woodhill Homes To Be Decided By Residents

Posted May 09, 2019 in Articles

[image:1] Woodhill resident Torrie Goodman, left, speaks with a neighbor in the community center gym. (Gabriel Kramer / ideastream) What if your neighborhood were being completely reinvented? Not just spruced up with some new trees and flowers, but completely torn down and rebuilt from scratch? What would you want to get rid of? What would you want to keep or add? Those are the topics of conversation at a monthly residents' meeting at Woodhill Homes, an 80-year-old public housing development on Cleveland's East Side at the start of a planning process to imagine its future. For several of the residents sitting around a table... read more

Blog post co-authored by Nelson Beckford

Posted January 12, 2017 in Articles

(1.12.17) Check out the latest co-authored blog, “Immerse Yourself,” from Senior Program Officer Nelson Beckford. This blog ties nicely to the program area A Strong Neighborhood as it exemplifies the strategies of improving social conditions... read more

Saint Luke’s Pointe Campus featured in Cleveland Magazine’s Community Leader

Posted August 09, 2016 in Articles

(8.9.16) A great article about Saint Luke’s Pointe Campus and how it’s a great place to live, work and learn. To download the specific article about Saint Luke’s Campus, click below. read more

Medical Hackathon creates solutions focused on factors that impact health

Posted October 13, 2015 in Articles

(10.13.15) A Healthy People grantee Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine/The Cleveland & Cuyahoga Health Resource sponsored a Community Health and Wellness Track at Cleveland’s Medical Hackathon. Competitors were encouraged to use local community... read more

Latest blog post from Sidewalk project

Posted June 24, 2015 in Articles

[image:1] (6.24.15) A Strong Neighborhood grantee LAND Studio is doing a special ethnographic/anthropological project entitled “Sidewalk,” where the consultants complete a “residency” in Buckeye to collect narratives about the neighborhood. Read the latest blog here. read more