Photos from the July 2007 Plain Press

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PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: Camiya Hooper, age 4, won a first place award in the jingle dress dance competition in her age category. This is her fourth year of dancing at the Edgewater Powwow. Her mother says she began dancing as soon as she could walk. Hooper, part Seminole and part Sioux, is a resident of the Westown neighborhood of Cleveland.

 

PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: Aztec dancer displays the colorful regalia of his people.

 

PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: Aztec musicians fill Edgewater part with the steady beat as dancers from their tribe entertain the crowd.

 

PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: An Aztec dancer demonstrates her skill.

 

PHOTO BY BILLY DELFS
Friday, May 25, 2007, Jacobs Field, Carnegie and Ontario: The Lincoln West High School team prepares to play James Ford Rhodes High School in the Senate Baseball Championship Game. Rhodes High School won the championship game by a score of 10-1.

 

PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: Roger Davis of Newberry, Ohio, looks out from under his coyote headdress. Davis, who is part Cherokee and part Shawnee, participated in the grand entrance on Sunday in a regalia he made in the Dakota tradition.

 

PHOTO BY DEBORAH ROSE SADLON
May 23, 2007, Esperanza Open House, 3104 W. 25th: Lincoln West High School students Michelle Negron, grade 11, and Marian Febus, grade 12, hold up the cake which says “Felicidades Esperanza.” Negron and Febus, members of a Youth Leadership group at Esperanza, offered tours of the facility to guests at the Open House.

 

PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: A young Aztec dancer from Mexico displays a brightly colored regalia.

 

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Saturday, June 2, 2007, James Mahon Green Dedication Ceremony, Detroit Avenue between W. 46th and W. 29th: Ward 13 Councilman Joe Cimperman presents a plaque from the City of Cleveland to Mary Mahon, the wife of the late Jim Mahon for whom the park is named.

 

PHOTO BY JOHN CARTWRIGHT
Friday, June 1, 2007, Cudell Recreation Center, West Boulevard between Madison and Detroit: Marion Seltzer School 6th grade students Angel Tran and Jerome Middleton plant flowers around the memorial to Cleveland Police Officer Robert J. Clark II, who was killed on July 1, 1998 while pursuing a suspect on a narrow stairway of a building on Madison and West Boulevard where the CVS pharmacy now stands. Students in Ms. Charlene Nagy and Mr. Steve Hanigowsky’s sixth grade class participated in planting the flowers donated by the Cleveland Patrolman’s Association.

 

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Sunday, June 10, 2007, Feast of Corpus Christi, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, 6928 Detroit Avenue: Many of the 180 parishioners attending the 11:30 a.m. Mass joined in a procession through the streets of the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood. The procession recalls events of a 1263 miracle in Bolsena,Italy when blood issued from the host while a priest was saying Mass and drops fell on the linen alter cloth. The parishioners in Bolsena joined their priest in carrying the alter cloth in a procession to the cathedral in nearby Orvieto, where the pope was visiting, so the pontiff could witness the miracle.

PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: A dancer participating in the dance competition.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ST. AUGUSTINE HEALTH CAMPUS
May 2007, St. Augustine Manor Child Enrichment Center, W. 78th and Detroit: The 2007 graduation class of the St. Augustine Manor Child Enrichment Center. The center was awarded a 2-Star (out of 3) rating by the Ohio Department of Education as part of the Step-Up-To-Quality Program. Only 23 of Cuyahoga County’s 800 childcare centers received a 2-Star rating.

 

PHOTO BY JOHN CARTWRIGHT
Friday, May 25, 2007, St. Ignatius School Walk for Diabetes, West Boulevard and Lorain Avenue: St. Ignatius of Antioch Pastor, Rev. James McGonegal, watches as students begin their walk after receiving a blessing on the church steps. 350 St. Ignatius Elementary School students participated in 2-mile walk to benefit the American Diabetes Association. The Ignatius students raised over $9,000, the second highest amount raised by any school in Northeast Ohio. Water bottles, pedometers, baseball tickets and physical education equipment for the school were offered as incentives for students to gather pledges for the American Diabetes Association

PHOTO BY ALEXANDER HURST
Saturday, June 16, 2007, Tremont Farmers’ Market, corner of Starkweather and Professor: Emmy Levine sells produce at the Tremont Farmers Market. In its second year, the producers-only market featuring growers from Northern Ohio is open each Saturday from 9a.m. – 1 p.m. until October.



PHOTO BY CORIANA CLOSE
Sunday, June 17, 2007, American Indian Education Center Powwow and Festival, Edgewater Park: Women, dressed in handcrafted regalia, dance in a powwow competition.

 

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