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Grads in the news:

Anita Kennedy was lauded for Caring Spirit, Public Service and was highlisted in the CMHA publication Inside CMHA, Spring 2002 for her efforts to encourage residents to attend meetings in opposition to proposed cuts by RTA and her success in convincing RTA to keep several lines that serve CMHA residents.

Lucille Short was highlighted in the June/July 2002 issue of Catalyst Cleveland. Her picture appears with the following quote: "South High has had a lot of bad publicity. But in the last three years we've really gone up considering where we came from. Grades are up, attendance is up...and South High is one of the calmest schools, says Lucille Short, chairwoman of the District Advisory Council. They have their fights like other schools. But the 90-minute block classes keep students out of the halls, says Short, who is an active grandparent of a South High student.

Joe Santiago is on the Tremont; West Development Corporation Board of Trustess and will be the co-char of the Nomination committee for the upcoming election of trustees at the Annual Meeting of the Organization in January 2003.

Dionne Thomas Carmichael was featured on the front page of the Metro Section of the Plain Dealer on August 5, 2002 for her and her family's efforts to maintain property at the corner of East 79th and Central Avenue in Fairfax through their ownership of three houses and seven storefronts including a restaurant that she owns.