SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio – June brings graduation ceremonies and, for some, a well-deserved vacation. And while a stay is in your plans, the transition to light clothing – and a sense of freedom – can stretch and widen as pandemic restrictions are lifted.
Keep your eyes and ears peeled for surprises near you. Expand your horizons as you can!
New connections? Connecting for Kids (CFK) provides education and support to families concerned about a child – with and without a formal diagnosis. Innovative activities are planned every month; read on for two June events.
Registration is required, either online at www.connectingforkids.org/register, by email at [email protected] or by calling or texting 440-570-5908. Para Español, 440-907-9130.
Some readers may want to reserve 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 16 for a unique occasion. “Coffee and Chat: ‘Let Him Go’ with Seven Tips for Releasing COVID Frustration for Families of Children with Complex Needs. ”
While vaccine rollouts, relaxed regulations, and summer weather conditions may expand options for some families, parents of children with complex needs may not be able to move forward with plans. summer.
While some colleagues return to a traditional workplace, others may continue to juggle the workload from home while looking after a child. Others may have quit their job out of necessity, struggling with loss of identity and income, compounded by guilt, anger and / or a sense of loss.
Sarah Saunders, MA, LPCC, of Purposeful Growth and Wellness, will lead a discussion on feelings of frustration with the virus. Participants will learn seven tips for releasing and managing feelings.
Registrants will be emailed information on how to register using the free Zoom app or by calling using a toll-free number. This program is a safe space and will not be recorded.
June is LGBTQ pride month, and some families may be wondering how to celebrate or commemorate. From 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22, Kristen Pepera, MEd, LPCC-S, and Lisa Pepera, MEd, LPCC-S, of Colors + (Plus) will lead a discussion on two articles, “How to Celebrate Pride Quietly When You are not totally excluded ”and“ Tips for living Pride Month with the children ”.
Registrants will receive information via email on how to join the session using the free Zoom app or by calling using a toll-free number. This program is a safe space and will not be recorded.
Congratulations! The Georgia Institute of Technology graduated approximately 4,435 undergraduate and graduate students during the Institute’s 260th launch exercises.
Graduates include Aaron Cahn of Pepper Pike, who received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with the highest distinction, and Leonid Pozdneev of Mayfield Heights, who obtained a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with the highest distinction.
Withdrawal of a flag: The Mayfield Women’s Club’s annual flag removal ceremony will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 14, at the entrance to the Bruce Rinker Greenway and 9/11 Memorial Site next to the Mayfield Village Fire Department on SOM Center and Wilson Mills routes.
Scout Troop 289 will perform the appropriate flag removal ceremony; the ashes of the flag will be buried at the 9/11 memorial site.
Distressed flags are collected throughout the year at the Mayfield Civic Center. There is a flag deposit in the parking lot.
Even during the pandemic, the club found ways to generate funds for scholarships, food banks, items for groups with special needs, children’s books and more. Monthly meetings will resume at 7:00 p.m. on September 13 in the Mayfield Community Hall. Questions? Call Betty Jo at 440-442-7322.
The Laureates of the Dean’s List: Nathan Velotta of Mayfield Heights, a graduate of Mayfield High School majoring in early childhood education, and Jessica Wolenski of Lyndhurst, a graduate of Beaumont School, were named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester of 2021 in the Baldwin Wallace University.
Olivia Sentle of Highland Heights has been named to Slippery Rock University’s Dean’s List for the 2021 spring semester.
Nina Jackson of South Euclid has been named to the Dean’s List for the 2021 Spring Semester at Mount Union University.
The beauty of staying put: Speaking of home life, I was captivated by the beauty of a purple rhododendron in the yard, infused with even more color after a brief rain.
And that same afternoon, I made an effort to snap a photo of tiny twin fawns sprinting through the yard, lightning fast. The watchful “Mum” deer didn’t give much thought to my painstaking efforts and quietly sent the message to her offspring: “Be careful. ”
Even if you stay put, like I do, tell me what’s going on in your life, your neighborhood, your place of work in the Hillcrest area, your community group – even your garden. Write to [email protected] and please put “Sun Messages” in the subject line for a faster response. Your posts can be an inspiration to others.
For more information on the Hillcrest area, click Messenger of the Sun.