Fairmont Creamery Builds its Future through Reuse of its Past
There is exciting progress to report at the Fairmont Creamery building as the renovation phase draws to a close, windows are installed, and Tremont prepares for the opening of the building’s commercial occupants in October…and then to welcome a host of new Tremonster residential tenants when they move in this November.
Clark Bar Benefit for Ramon Rivera
Monday, September 29th from 6:00-9:00pm – Clark Bar (1201 Clark Avenue) The Clark Bar will be hosting a benefit for Ramon Rivera – the gentleman who was hit by the vehicle that crashed into the front of the building …
Merrick House is Home Court for I CAN Schools
“The connection between the I CAN student sports program and Merrick House Youth Leadership Council comes together because these are kids from four or five different schools; they’re all coming together to participate in athletics, help each other understand what we’re trying to do, grow, and become friends. That’s what Merrick House is all about.”
Esperanza and Friends Give Away 1,100 Backpacks with School Supplies
As all the sponsors and community partners packed up their tables and experiential vans, it felt like a community had come together in a very new way. If it takes a village to raise a child, Esperanza has gathered a massive community to help raise 1,100 children…and growing.
Beecology is changing its name to Beessential. The Ohio business based in Bedford Heights has decided to fine-tune its brand to illustrate the link between its naturally-inspired ingredients and living chemical-free.
I work for Beessential and I live in Tremont. In the following months I want to pass along some of what I’ve learned about the vital role bees play in our lives, and give you more in-depth details about this incredible, local Cleveland honey-based business, Beessential.
In this introductory article in The Tremonster, I spoke with the co-owners and operators of Beessential, David and Amy Rzpeka, who, as you will find out, are beekeepers. Continue reading
NASA awarded Joshua L. Malone a summer internship in April 2014, and Malone found himself learning about safety requirements and processes for the United States, International Partners and Commercial Crew Carriers.
Malone a Lewis’ Educational and Research Collaborative, or LERCIP Intern, worked at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, in the Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate, Program and Project Assurance Division, Reliability and System Safety Engineering Branch. His responsibilities included preparing a safety checklist for payloads going to the Space Station. He also evaluated safety deliverables and projected how deliverables such as hazard analyses, hazard reports and safety data packages were documented and used for communicating safety compliance.
“The internship was a big step into my career”, said Malone. It provided me with more work experience and an introduction to other fields of engineering.” Continue reading
Monday, September 29th from 6:00-9:00pm – Clark Bar (1201 Clark Avenue) by Lindsay Smetana Community Organizer and Program Manager Tremont West Development Corporation The Clark Bar will be hosting a benefit for Ramon Rivera – the gentleman who was hit by the vehicle that crashed into the front of the building …
Ramon Rivera had just started a new job and was sitting on the patio of the Clark Bar on Friday, September 5, when Shamyrah Crawford, 18, and four teenage girls drove a stolen SUV across the patio and into the Clark Bar itself. Rivera was struck by the SUV and rushed to …
There is exciting progress to report at the Fairmont Creamery building as the renovation phase draws to a close, windows are installed, and Tremont prepares for the opening of the building’s commercial occupants in October…and then to welcome a host of new Tremonster residential tenants when they move in this November. Continue reading
Merrick House is partnering with I CAN Schools to provide students in their NEO Prep Academy high school athletics Program a home court in Tremont.
According to Rocky Melendez, Merrick House Assistant Director and Coordinator of Youth Services, “What Merrick House is doing is going out into the community and partnering with neighborhood schools, neighborhood churches, and other organizations within our own community so that they can utilize the gymnasium. Continue reading