Photos from the May 2007 Plain Press

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PHOTO BY JOHN CARTWRIGHT
Wednesday April 18, 2007, Steelyard Commons: Ed Perez uses the circulator bus to visit new stores at Steelyard Commons. The Regional Transit Authority plans to extend the hours of the Community Circulator in early June to help accommodate the needs of employees working at Steelyard Commons.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Thursday, March 29, 2007, Save Clark Metro Development Corporation Vigil, Parking Lot at 2511 Clark Avenue: Rebecca Kempton, a spokesperson for Save Clark Metro Development Corporation, urges area residents to rally to support keeping CMDC open and serving the neighborhood.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Saturday, April 14, 2007, Step It Up 2007 rally, Edgewater Park Pavilion: Step It Up Organizer Amy Martinez urges increased efforts to reduce carbon emissions that contribute to global warming so young people like Olivia (Right) will have a brighter future.

PHOTO BY FATHER JOHN HENRY
Easter Sunday, April 8, 2007; Midnight Pascha (Easter) Liturgy at St. Herman’s Monastery & House of Hospitality, 4410 Franklin Blvd. Fr. Vladimir Ivanov holds up a candle, as part of the Resurrection Service.

PHOTO BY JOHN CARTWRIGHT
Thursday, April 19, 2007, Open House for a new Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Program, 2710 Daisy Avenue: The new program is a partnership between Applewood Centers and New Directions and will serve young men ages 14-18 with both substance abuse and mental health issues.

PHOTO BY FATHER JOHN HENRY
Easter Sunday, April 8, 2007; Franklin Blvd. at W. 44th: Michael King of St. Herman’s House of Hospitality plows the snow
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PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Friday, March 30th, 2007, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority’s Scranton Castle, Scranton Road at Castle: Ward 14 Councilman Joe Santiago presents a proclamation from Cleveland City Council to Clarence Ramsey, Jr. The Scranton Castle Local Advisory Council hosted a ceremony to honor Ramsey, Jr. for his efforts to alert security and residents of Scranton Castle about a fire in the building.

 

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