Senior Citizen Happenings for July
Senior Citizen Happenings are sponsored by the City of University Heights. Events take place on Thursdays at 2 p.m., at the University Heights Library, with the exception of the July 26 event, which meets at the Maltz Museum.
July 5: Mary Hamlin, executive secretary for Board of Directors, the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation, showcases via PowerPoint presentation all 26 gardens on East Boulevard and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, as well as the cultural heroes represented for each nation.
July 12: Cosandra Wheeler, group manager for the Cleveland Play House, and Corey Atkins, audience liaison, sing the praises of the seven productions in their upcoming 2012-13 season.
July 19: Lois Goodman (Class of 1950) and Harold Mendes (Class of 1945), are newly inducted members of the Heights High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. They will reflect on their rich experiences in academia and the professions.
July 26: Meet at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, 2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood, to ponder “A Blessing to One Another.” The exhibit explores the enduring friendship of Pope John Paul II and the Jewish people, from his humble beginnings in Poland, to responsibilities of world leadership in Rome and his historic prayers at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
[Note: Senior Citizen Happenings will recess for August. The regular schedule will resume after Labor Day. If you have suggestions for programs and themes, contact University Heights Office for Senior Services, 216-397-0336.]
Walter Stinson is the senior services manager for University Heights.