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    • Capreit at Woodhawk Club Apartments

    • Woodhawk Club Apartments; Apartment houses
    • "Capreit at Woodhawk Club Apartments. Capreit at Woodhawk Club places you within close proximity of all the area's conveniences: Beachwood Place Mall - Mentor Headlands Beach - Minutes to Downtown Cleveland - The area's best restaurants and...
    • City Club Forum: William C. Rhoden, author and journalist, New York Times [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Athletes; Sports; Commerce; Rhoden, William C.; Learning; History
    • Monday Special Program: ''Forty Million Dollar Slaves: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Black Athlete,'' by William C. Rhoden, New York Times sportswriter. Presented by City Club New Leaders, in partnership with The National Association of...
    • Halo of the Week

    • City Club of Cleveland
    • "[text cut off] on the badge of his wife, Connie, and had to take an avalanche of kidding. ... Hidden talent -- as far as City Club members were concerned -- appeared last when the abbreviated Anvil Revue put on its skit of barbs to honor Carl D....
    • 1211 Euclid Avenue - Union Club of Cleveland

    • Cleveland; Union Club Of Cleveland; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Schweinfurth, Charles F.
    • The Union Club of Cleveland, 1211 Euclid Ave., is a private organization composed of many of the city's industrialists, businessmen, and professionals and is one of the oldest social organizations in Cleveland. Architect is Charles F. Scweinfurth.
    • 1211 Euclid Avenue - Union Club of Cleveland

    • Cleveland; Union Club Of Cleveland; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Schweinfurth, Charles F.
    • The Union Club of Cleveland, 1211 Euclid Ave., is a private organization composed of many of the city's industrialists, businessmen, and professionals and is one of the oldest social organizations in Cleveland. Architect is Charles F. Scweinfurth.
    • Time for a story

    • Shaker Heights; Shaker Square; Story telling; Cleveland Public Library
    • "Dressed in the costume of her native Korea, Mee Rhee, 12000 Fairhill Road, holds a story-telling session with three children, Renata and Rachel Cap, left, and Patti Lawton, all of Shaker Heights, in Shaker Square. Mee Rhee's story moment calls...

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