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Read the May 2019 Lomond Newsletter

Happy May!  Click here to check out the Lomond newsletter to catch up on what’s going on in the neighborhood.  In this issue:

  • Community Clean Up and Plant Sharing. Can you volunteer to help?
  • Photos from the Egg Hunt and Arbor Day at Gridley Triangle
  • Community Garage Sale June 1: find out how to get involved and volunteer!
  • Lomond PTO Community picnic and fundraiser
  • Lomond Memorial Day Float Builders needed!
  • Clip and Save the Lomond Events Calendar

Read the April Lomond Association Newsletter

Happy April!  What’s going on in the neighborhood?  To find out, just click this link In this issue:

  • Is your smoke alarm keeping you safe? Get a new one from the SHFD — FREE
  • 8 Spring Home Maintenance Tips
  • Community Garage Sale June 1:  find out how to get involved
  • Forward Together: What you need to know about Shaker’s future
  • Free Business Enhancement Series at The Dealership: sign up now
  • Computer Round-up and Shredding Days coming up
  • And more…read on!

Got news or an article idea?  Email Lynn Lilly at lynnklilly@gmail.com.

Read the March 2019 Lomond Neighborhood Newsletter

It’s almost Spring — so celebrate with some good news from the neighborhood.

Click here to read this issue, which includes:

  • Lomond Heroes repair favorite Lomond School bench
  • Adults Game Night at the VAD Market Hall, March 29
  • Free smoke detectors still available from SHFD
  • Lomond Greeters welcome 50+ new residents
  • Plus, 3rd Annual Egg Hunt, State of the City forum, fitness classes at Verb Ballet and more

Read the November Newsletter

The November Newsletter is here.  Just click this link!

In this issue:
· Lomond Wine Social Raises over $550 for Lomond School
· Little Free Library upgrade — your neighbors (and dues!) at work
· In memoriam: Ruth Blumenthal, Association founder passes away.
· Where can I recycle grocery bags? When will they pick up my leaves?

Read the October Newsletter

Happy October!
Please enjoy this month’s Lomond Association Newsletter. In this issue:
Lomond Wine Social Saturday, October 20
#LomondPride
Mayoral Candidates Thursday, October 25
Pumpkin Affair and an October full of Shaker events
And more!

To read more, click here.

Read the September Lomond Newsletter

Happy September. Check out the Lomond Newsletter to see what’s happening. Just click here

In this issue:

  • Fall Fitness programs in the neighborhood
  • Fall Social October 20
  • Lomond Garden Club wins $5000 grant
  • Save money. Learn tuckpointing!
  • Household waste round-up date

Have news? Email Lynn Lilly at lynnklilly@gmail.com.

Read the August 2018 newsletter

Happy August! Check out the Lomond Newsletter to see what’s happening.

Click here for this issue, which includes:

  • Lomond Movie Night, August 17, 7 pm, Lomond School lawn
  • Recap of the Van Aken District update
  • Photos! Ice Cream Social fun
  • Recycling Basics
  • Shop Heinen’s. Help Lomond School!
  • FYI calendar — upcoming events

Have news? Email Lynn Lilly at lynnklilly@gmail.com.

Read the July Newsletter

Happy July!  See what’s going on in Lomond, including:

  • Ice Cream Social July 14, 2-4
  • Recap of the Public Safety Forum with SHPD Chief DeMuth
  • Concert at Gridley Triangle — photos!
  • Free bootcamp, yoga and art classes from Shaker Rec
  • And more. Click the link and read on!

 

Read the May Newsletter

Welcome Spring.  See what’s going on in Lomond.  In this issue:

  • Neighborhood Clean-Up Day, this Saturday
  • Help build the Lomond Memorial Day float
  • Laps for Lomond
  • Photos of Lomond in bloom and Dinner with Harriet
  • And more…Click the link to read on!

 

Your Neighbor: Harriet Allen

Harriet Allen is an active member of the Lomond Association. She is a reporter for the newsletter and heads the “Gift Ad Hoc Committee” appointed to celebrate the Association’s 50th by giving gifts to the community and those who serve it. The next Association gift will be 52 bike helmets for Lomond School children who have bikes but no helmets. Harriett founded the organization “Caps for Kids” which is mentioned in the interview. The knitters in her group have kept many children’s heads warm for a number of winters. In addition, Harriett volunteers at Hope Lodge in Cleveland.

Below is a video interview with Harriet from Fox 8 news.