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Associated Builders & Contractors- Northern Ohio Chapter


Classes are held usually one night per week for 4 hours each. The classes are a mix of hands on work, and lectures on the curriculum.

The TFC Title Loans Scholarship – $1,000.00 Award

You will be submitting 900-minimum- word essay about “My New Business Endeavor” 2019 Scholarship Topic: Pitch us a business plan for a sensational new business endeavor that you consider would be profitable.

Car Loans of America Scholarship – $1,000.00 Award


Please send in your application for the Car Loans of America Scholarship no later than June 1st, 2019 to receive funds for the subsequent semester. The winner will be notified by either phone or email on Friday, June 14th. If we do not receive a response from the winner within 10 days of the announcement, we will select a runner-up to receive the award.

Stanton Public Library

The goal of the Stanton Public Library is to serve the community by providing information, education, and recreation to all ages in the community.

In Their Footsteps: Theatre Piece of The True Stories that Served in the Vietnam War

We have two workshops.
One that teaches the kids a bit about The Vietnam War. The classroom is split into two groups. Using a photo and a poem that depicts the Vietnam War, we ask the kids to create gestures based on each. Then each group adds their own dialogue to their gestures.
The class gives feedback and then the photo and poem and their actually meaning behind the war are discussed. A bit of information about the play they are going to see is discussed ending on what theatre pieces the students themselves want to write.

The second workshop that can be offered is one that teaches kids how to take interviews and create their own piece of theatre. The curriculum starts with the kids learning how to use their imagination to create scenes and memories. The next step is the kids interviewing each other and recreating these scenes. Ending with the scenes being intertwined together.
If possible we like to partner this particular workshop with an outreach program. In the past the kids have interviewed men and women in nursing homes as the last part of the project to create a short play of their lives. How far the workshop goes depends on location and resources. The purpose of the workshop is to bring in a sense of inclusiveness and use Documentary Theatre to hear, listen and better understand those around us.


Central Christian College of Kansas


Central Christian College of Kansas is affiliated with the Free Methodist Church of North America and, as such, we articulate the following statements of belief:

  • We believe the only living and true God exists eternally in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • We believe in the deity and humanity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His sinless life, His vicarious and atoning death on the cross, His bodily resurrection, His victorious ascension to the right hand of the Father and His personal return in power and glory.
  • We believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible and authoritative word of God, revealing His will concerning all things necessary to salvation and Christian living.
  • We believe each person has sinned and is unable through personal effort to restore that broken relationship with God, and can only receive salvation and eternal life through Jesus Christ.
  • We believe a right relationship with God comes through the redemptive acts of God in Jesus Christ, so that when one turns to Christ by faith and accepts His grace, one receives the gift of a new life in Christ.
  • We believe in the present and continuing ministry of the Holy Spirit who empowers Christians for lives of holiness and service.
  • We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ and in the importance of Christian community for spiritual growth in Christ.
  • We believe it is important for all followers of Christ to share their faith with others, so they too may come to know Him, for when He returns He will judge the living and the dead. Those who are saved will be welcomed to spend eternity with Him, and those who are lost will be eternally separated from Him.

Riverpoint COMMUNITY Park

The Award-winning JAYCEE Corridor & Arboretum and Senator Roch RIVERWALK RIverpoint Community Park W. Warwick, R.I. Rated: Excellent Overall

Approximately 400 linear foot Naturepath, that possesses over seventy-two (72) species of shrubs, mini-trees and ornamental bushes along with hundreds of annual public tree/flower plantings as you enter the breathtaking trails of the Senator Roch Riverwalk for another 1.3 miles.

The esplanade Corridor has a JAYCEE Community Leadership Stone with over seven-hundred New England Cobbler Bricks as an entrance of warm welcome and a striking plaza-style footprint within an urban center of that locale. The Walkway allows for a semi-pervious, tarred-substance pathway that is handicapped access and is lined as a divide between adjacent soccer and ballfields with nine (9) huge White Ash Trees.

It also houses a beautiful Native American (Narragansett Indians) Display Case that holds the town’s Tree Care and Preservation Act (a/k/a) The JAYCEE Green Law) and the multi-community Pawtuxet River Authority & Watershed Council original 1972 legislation.

The Corridor provides for an oversized, Trellis or Arbor that was erected by Boy Scout Eagle Candidates. This offers a quaint portal to the majestic state Senator Donald Roch Monument and RIVERWALK that welcomes visitors to a 1.3 mile meandering wilderness trail along the confluence of the Pawtuxet River – Rhode Island’s largest area waterway.

The Arboretum and Roch Riverwalk are extraordinary pathways that intersect with the West Bay BikePath – a 3.1 mile segment of the multi-state East Coast Greenway – (that when completed, the lECG] will be a 2,600-mile corridor along existing and planned trails in a continuous city to city greenway on the Eastern seaboard).

The natural, pervious, park-like, wilderness trails of the JAYCEE Corridor, cascades through wildlife habitats that gradually approaches an on-street boulevard, which connects to the newly created Pawtuxet River Walkway Project (West Warwick Riverwalk), that offers a continuity of mill conversion buildings and the ambiance of a state-of-the-art walkway with kiosks, largos and powerful waterfalls.

It has received many community and preservation awards! It was founded and created by the Kent County JAYCEES of Rhode Island (United States Junior Chamber) in 1998 recognizing the memory of James Humbert-Louis ‘Jimmy’ Lancellotta, a local man who was dedicated to Boy Scouts activities and School Boy Sports!

The JAYCEE Education & Library Foundation is the primary funding source of its extensive maintenance as it regularly provides botanical and horticultural training events for schools, senior centers and the general public. Although, the JAYCEES accept donations, Adopt-A-Spots, plants, shrubbery and other charitable contributions!

Note: The Award-Winning JAYCEE Corridor & Arboretum is featured in many quality publications and was recently cited by the Providential Gardner in Rhode Island. Its host municipality – W. Warwick – is a TREE CITY/USACommunity


University of Wisconsin-Madison


UW-Madison is located in the center of the city of Madison, a thriving and scenic state capital in south-central Wisconsin with a population of more than 243,000 (approximately 500,000 metro). Madison has consistently been ranked among the best communities to live in the U.S., including making the top-10 lists for most livable cities, best college towns and best green communities.

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation


Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation’s mission is three-fold. Serving the Community Quality parks, greenways, and opportunities for recreation and wellness contribute significantly to the quality of life in our community. Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation is dedicated to serving the community’s identified park and recreation needs. Developing Existing Resources Carmel and Clay Township are well known for their high quality of life and excellent park and recreation system. Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation will continue to develop and build upon our existing resources to enhance the livability of our community. Creating a Sustainable Future Not only do parks positively contribute to our quality of life, they serve as our legacy and gift to future generations. Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation is committed to creating a financially and environmentally sustainable park and recreation system for the long-term benefit of our community.

Rudolph’s Office & Computer Supply, Inc.


Rudolph’s is a local office products business with over 70 local employees and services over 3,000 customers in the Baltimore/DC metro area. Our corporate office and warehouse facilities are located in Baltimore. We are a woman-owned Maryland State Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE-94-126). We also maintain minority status with Prince George’s County, WMATA, MWAA, Virginia and Delaware.

Since 1980, Rudolph Supply has continued to grow in size, expand its services, and build a loyal clientele. Our success can be attributed to our dedicated staff who are determined to make sure your business runs smoothly. All aspects of our company have been designed to fulfill the diverse requirements of our clients. We offer variety of ordering processes, delivery schedules, billing methods, and reporting styles that can be modified to individual specifications. We remain dedicated to providing the latest in products, services, and technologies in order to best serve our customers. The breadth of services we provide is constantly redefined by the wants and needs of our clientele.

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