HRRC's repair workshops now open to all

Dorian Drummonds and instructor Jim Cline watch Sarah Dick practice making electrical connections at one of HRRC’s hands-on workshops.

Residents of all communities can now attend the Home Repair Resource Center’s (HRRC) home repair workshops. Previously, workshop participation had been limited to Cleveland Heights residents.

“Upcoming classes include HRRC’s popular electrical and plumbing series,” said Kathryn Lad, HRRC director. “Reservations are required, and I would encourage early registration—especially for these classes—as they can fill quickly.”

“HRRC has kept workshop fees modest,” she continued. “Classes are $10 for Cleveland Heights residents and $15 for nonresidents, with scholarships available to low-income Cleveland Heights residents.” 

Professional tradespeople serve as instructors, and most classes are held at HRRC’s teaching center, 2520 Noble Road, from 7–9 p.m., on Monday evenings. 

For additional information, including a schedule of upcoming repair workshops, visit, or call 216-381-6100, ext. 16.

Rebecca Stager

Becky Stager is the home repair education coordinator at the Home Repair Resource Center.

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Volume 5, Issue 1, Posted 1:36 PM, 12.12.2011