Last Week On TV20 (09/24/18)

Time for another TV20 weekly recap! We’ve got a brand new episode of Clean Water Works, the annual City Club of Cleveland’s State of the Schools Address, and much more!

TV20 Sports

We’ve got two brand new episodes of TV20 Sports for you! Our first game is the 2018 Junior Boy’s Baseball Championship, featuring the Woodstock Blacksocks versus the Gunning Park Gators. Our second is the 2018 Youth Flag Football Championship, featuring Collinwood/Glenville Recreation versus Zelma Watson George Recreation.

TV20 Classic Sports

This week in TV20 Classic Sports is the 1998 Senior Boy’s Basketball Championship, coming from the days of TV35!

Cleveland Honors w/ Judge Charles L. Patton

In this week’s episode of Cleveland Honors, Judge Charles Patton sat down with former Council President and Cleveland Municipal Court Judge, C. Ellen Connalley to discuss her time as Council President, her accomplishments with the Municipal Court, and how she keeps herself busy in retirement.

State of the Schools Address

The City Club of Cleveland hosted the annual State of the Schools Address. CMSD CEO, Eric Gordon, discussed the past, present, and future success of CMSD under The Cleveland Plan, while also answering questions from attendees, faculty, and students alike.

Clean Water Works

Continuing our collaboration with the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, our second episode of Clean Water Works is now up for viewing. Hosted by Jennifer Elting and Ray Weeden, Clean Water Works aims to bring news & information about the people, projects, and programs that bring fresh and drinkable water from Lake Erie, to your faucet.

The Inside Sports Report

On this week’s episode of The Inside Sports Report:

  • With football returning for the season, so has tailgating. Our reporter, Christian Patterson, took a trip to Collision Bend Brewing Company to see how fans were feeling about this year’s season.
  • For 11 years,  the Cleveland Indians, Tyson Foods, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, and Insurance Partners have brought free & nutritious food to needy families in Cleveland. Students of Newton D. Baker volunteered their time to help with distributing.
  • Edgewater Park was the home to the 5th annual NEO Cycle, an event that promotes the benefits of cycling. Attendees got to enjoy a selection of food trucks, live music, and plenty of cycling related displays and vendors.


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