We look forward to the Cleveland Garlic Festival every August to enjoy and share garlic creations. This year’s festival will take place August 26 and 27 in our front yard on Shaker Square.
EDWINS Community Outreach Coordinator Derrick Speights reports he watched the greatest water balloon fight he’s ever seen take place at the Brock Party.
Please join us for a conversation with Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley and The Honorable John J. Russo, Presiding and Administrative Judge in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, on current efforts to reform the county’s criminal justice system.
Those of us in Northeast Ohio won’t have to wait long for a chance to view Knife Skills, as it’s slated to be part of the Chagrin Documentary Film Fest in October!
We were glad to welcome a group of 25 young men and women who were attending the Rebel Up Summer Bridge Academy sponsored by College Now Greater Cleveland.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is providing “Launch” gifts to our graduates to include an engraved Wusthof chef’s knife, paring knife, knife roll and wine key.
Buckeye/Shaker residents (and all who love the neighborhood) are invited to a free public policy forum Shaker Square: Its Past, Present, and Future on Tuesday, July 25 from 7:00–8:30 pm.
Academy Award winning director Thomas Lennon is graciously offering an opportunity for up to 4 guests to join him in celebratory cocktails after the Cleveland premier of Knife Skills.
So what exactly does EDWINS do with all of the vegetables students cut when they are practicing their knife skills?
Zoltan, who started at EDWINS in January and is preparing for graduation on July 19, came up with an incredible salad special that guests were raving about.
Help us celebrate the successes our grads are enjoying! Well done, Harrison ’15, Andre ’16 and Ryan ’17.
Chances are if you’ve attended an EDWINS event, you’ve had the pleasure to meet Derrick Speights, our Community Outreach Coordinator.
We were so happy to welcome employees of KeyBank to EDWINS as part of Neighbors Make the Difference Day.
What’s your ‘three-word story’?
Our most successful graduates are those who continue reading and learning after class has ended, which is why we created the EDWINS culinary library at the Second Chance Life Skills Center.
There’s nothing we love to talk about more than the accomplishments of our graduates. Angela Sharpley ’16 was featured as part of In the Company of Women.
We have several volunteer opportunities to offer – and we encourage you to share them with your communities at work, school and church.
More than 250 registrants proved that businesses and individuals in northeast Ohio are ready and willing to participate in re-entry.
With our Re-Entry Business Summit just days away, we would like to spotlight the speakers that you will have the opportunity to hear from.