Heights Observer launches new Facebook page

The Heights Observer now has its own Facebook page, www.facebook.com/theheightsobserver/.

The main goal of the page is to establish an online community that connects with Heights Observer readers and Heights residents. By following the Heights Observer, residents will connect to local stories, events, and perspectives.

The Heights Observer has always been dedicated to keeping Heights residents informed and engaged; its Facebook page is intended to be an additional tool to promote and support community connections. 

Launched on Aug. 10, the Facebook page is already connecting with local groups.

It provides a space where community members can come together to share their thoughts and engage in meaningful discussions with fellow residents. Whether you’re a longtime member of the Heights or new to the area, the page welcomes everyone to join in the conversation. 

As technology continues to reshape the ways in which we interact with one another, the page provides an opportunity for readers to engage with the Heights Observer in a new way.

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FutureHeights, the nonprofit organization that publishes the Heights Observer, is always looking for volunteers to assist with its events and programs, including delivering the monthly edition of the Heights Observer. If you are interested in volunteering, contact the FutureHeights office (216-320-1423) to learn more.

Bryce Beard

As a FutureHeights intern, Bryce Beard developed and currently maintains the Heights Observer Facebook page. He is a junior at Gilmour Academy and participates in speech and debate, cross country, and yearbook club. He is interested in journalism and law. 

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Volume 16, Issue 10, Posted 10:03 AM, 09.29.2023