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The high school students assisted employees of the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District in analyzing the health of Coe Creek. With Jared Bartley, the agency’s Rocky River Watershed Coordinator, the collected water samples in a search for macroinvertebrates, or creature without backbones that can be seen without a microscope. They found leeches, indicating the creek is healthy enough to sustain life.
On Oct. 3, 1914, Josephine Saxer Irwin, who later would become the first female on Fairview Park City Council, helped lead a parade of 7,000 women suffragists down Cleveland’s Euclid Avenue. Gloria Cipri-Kemer, owner of the Emerald Necklace Inn, has organized a luncheon for Oct. 3 at Fairview Park’s Gemini Center to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the march and Irwin’s life.
The Mayfield Heights-based company offered a group of customers, including three Westshore residents, the chance to take part in a mini fantasy camp Sept. 18 at Progressive Field, the home of the Cleveland Indians.
During an event organized by the Fairview Park Historical Society and the Friends of the Fairview Park Library, two members of the North Coast Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen recalled the integration of the armed forces in the 1940s.