Sasha Ariel shared with Hays-Porter students her coding journey, inspiring them to explore the world of technology! Students received a copy of her book, and hopefully we'll have an explosion of young coders at George Hays-Jennie Porter Elementary
More info about Sasha and her book: https://goo.gl/gIQrxf
The Ohio 2016-2017 School Report Cards are in, and Hays-Porter "High-Tech" Elementary School is making major progress
A big "THANK YOU" to Principal Ms. McClain and all the teachers and staff, and to Families Forward which is doing the After-School program! There is a great teamwork and great leadership in the school and the results reflect it!
We couldn't be more proud of the kids!!!!
You can see the Report Card here
Here's the latest West End Speaks Newsletter here!
City leaders joined a crowd of West End residents and community partners Tuesday, August 15 to kick off a series of initiatives to improve the quality of life in the West End.
he celebration outside Bright Star Community Church on the corner of Findlay and Linn streets concluded with Mayor Cranley declaring it Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses Day in the West End, as this anchor institution celebrates its 55th anniversary.
You can learn more here: http://bit.ly/2v2PN9t
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Attached are the corrected minutes for the West End Community Council meeting on May 16th.
People's Pantry Cincy gives residents the chance to donate or take what they need, when they need it. http://ow.ly/6PVY30bAluK
The Cincinnati Preservation Collective wants to save the historical architecture that makes the Queen City special. And two for their focus buildings are in the #WestEndCincy. Read the full article here.
Here is the current Signature Project and wish lists for the West End 2017 NEP
Check out the latest WE Speaks Newsletter https://goo.gl/UkIMb5
"We're not all bad. Most of us are good," he said. "It's circumstances. There is no food in the refrigerator, and six or seven people are hungry. You've prayed all week and are trying to find a job. But when you do, you don't get paid for three weeks. You can't ask for help because no one you know can help you. That's why a lot of people lean toward the wrong thing."
Read the full article here.
Attached are the corrected minutes for the West End Community Council meeting on April 18th.
This week The Health Harvest Mobile Market added the #WestEndCincy to their neighborhood stops!! They are now in 10 neighborhoods, so check out the new schedule and come out to get fresh fruits and veggies!
Deeper Roots Coffee, a five-year-old coffee roasting company, is moving and more than doubling the size of its production facility.
Read more here: https://goo.gl/cSzQFH
This week the Healthy Harvet Mobile Market added stops in 3 new neighborhoods!! We are really excited they will be coming out to the West End, every Friday from 10a - Noon. They will park outsdie of Stanley Rowe Towers along Linn St. Check out the new schedule and get some fresh food!