Below is a complete listing of what is airing this week on TV20: We Are Cleveland.
7:00a.m., 12:00p.m., & 6:00p.m.
Weekly News Wrap Up
EAST CLEVELAND MERGER
Cleveland City Council recently met to discuss the possible merger with East Cleveland. At the meeting they weighed the pro’s and con’s of the merger and what the timeline would be for the decision-making process.
NEW 3RD DISTRICT POLICE STATION
Members of the Cleveland Division of Police and the community recently gathered together for the Closing Ceremony of the 3rd District Police Station and to announce its newest headquarters.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law back in July of 1990 and is one of America’s most crucial pieces of civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination towards individuals living with any type of disability. The main goal is to ensure these men and women have the resources they need to live healthy and productive lives. The group recently celebrated 25 years of empowerment with the support of many civic leaders and other organizations at an event held in University Circle.
LIBERIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY
The Liberian Association of Cleveland and its environs was founded in the 1970’s by Liberian students attending Cleveland State University with the goal of addressing their cultural and social needs. Today, the group continues to offer its members a means for expression which has led the organization to grow in scope. The association recently hosted an event held at the City Hall Rotunda to celebrate the republic of Liberia’s 168th Independence Day, the theme” “Building a Strong Community for Tomorrow” and the alliance between Liberia and the United States.
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS WITH MAYOR JACKSON
One topic that is very important to Mayor Frank Jackson is education. He recognized a group of outstanding students who were recently awarded one of three scholarships: the Mayor Frank G. Jackson Scholarship Award, The Gloria Pointer Scholarship Fund and the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Memorial Scholarship.
BEAUTIFICATION OF CASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Ward 7 Councilman T.J. Dow recently joined together with volunteers from throughout the community for the beautification of Case Elementary School. The purpose of the project holds a deeper meaning for the students and shows the value of education.
MAYOR’S 9TH ANNUAL YOUTH SUMMIT
Students from around the community were recently given a unique and exciting way to learn more about how to better prepare them for the new school year.
3RD DISTRICT POLICE KIDSFEST
The 3rd District Community Relations Committee recently hosted the 18th Annual Arbor Park Kidsfest held on Fleming Avenue. Parents brought their children to the event for a chance to connect with members of the Cleveland Division of Police as well as other organizations through fun and educational activities.
SENIOR SUMMER TIPS
As we continue in to the summer months, the temperature and humidity are on the rise. Senior citizens are often most vulnerable to drastic temperature changes. Some tips to consider are to stay out of direct sunlight, limit physical activity, drink plenty of water, avoid caffeine and wear loose-fitting clothing. Warning signs of heat stroke include: fainting, nausea, fast pulse rate and flushed skin. No one should be in a parked car for any period of time.
NULIFE OUTDOOR SPINNING CLASS
NuLife Fitness is hosting Northeast Ohio’s first outdoor spinning class at the Art of Fitness Outdoor Cycling Event during Walk All Over Waterloo on Friday August 7th. There will be two 60 min rides, one at 6pm and another at 8pm. Rides are $25 dollars and proceeds from it will go to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank, helping the fight against hunger.
SHOW WAGON WITH THE DIVISION OF RECREATION
Show Wagon with the Cleveland Division of Recreation is back again! This Annual Event is a traveling arts show made up of children and teens that come together to perform in different locations in the community. Youth between the ages of 5 and 17 audition every year in May and voice instructors and choreographers are provided. The family-friendly venue is open to the public and runs in to mid-August. TV20 was recently at Camp Forbes to catch-all of the fun!
FAMILY UNITY IN THE PARK
Ward 2 Councilman Zach Reed recently hosted the 12th Annual “Family Unity in the Park” at the historic Luke Easter Park. Thousands of Clevelanders gathered for a festive day filled with live music, food from local vendors, a play area for the kids, and much more.
7:45a.m., 12:45p.m., & 6:45p.m.
The Bottom Line Up Front
News you can use with Dan Williams, the Media Relations Director from Mayor Frank Jackson’s Office of Communications.
8:00a.m., & 2:00a.m.
The youth of Cleveland show off their many talents at different Recreation Centers in the area.
10:30a.m., 10:00p.m., & 6:00a.m.
Listen Up Cleveland
Host Leah Haslage shows us how you can support local artisans and shop owners at the Cleveland Flea. Then we’ll get creative at The Glass Bubble Project in Ohio City!
11:00a.m., 4:30p.m., 10:30p.m., & 4:30a.m.
On The Horizon
Today’s Topic: Surviving Domestic Abuse.
11:30a.m., 5:00p.m., 11:00p.m., & 5:00a.m
Mayor Frank Jackson’s 9th Annual Youth Summit
Mayor Frank Jackson’s 9th Annual Youth Summit and Back to School Fair.
1:00p.m. & 7:00p.m.
Connie Mack Championship
Michael Zone Vs. Eastbrook Eagles
4:00p.m., 11:30p.m., & 5:30p.m.
This Is How We Do It
Today’s Guest: Cleveland’s Planning Director, Freddy Collier
5:30p.m. & 6:30a.m.
The Polka Train
Today’s Band: Jeff Novak and Friends
Cleveland Classic Cinema
One Body Too Many: An insurance investigator arrives at a creepy mansion to protect a millionaire who has had death threats made against him (1944).