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HPC honors Zack and Debby Paris with first Hadden Award

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On April 5, HPC honored longtime friends and supporters Zachary and Deborah Paris at the Spotlight on Our Stars benefit. The Parises are the first recipients of the Hadden Award.

Zachary Paris is a partner at Jones Day specializing in real estate law and a longtime member of the Hanna Perkins board of directors. Deborah Paris is a social worker and therapist with a long affiliation at Hanna Perkins. They  live in Shaker Heights. They received the Hadden Award for their leadership ...

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Caring Cubs at HPC

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Hanna Perkins Center was pleased to host Caring Cubs’ April event:

The children painted their hands for a welcome poster for Ronald McDonald House, wrote notes of encouragement for the families staying at the house, decorated the fronts of blank thank you cards, and made festive door hangers for each guest room.  Each of these projects is focused on creating ...

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Eat pizza, support Hanna Perkins

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Click the image for a printable copy of the flyer to take with you. 

On Thursday, April 10, bring this flyer to the California Pizza Kitchen at Legacy Village and 20 percent of your check – for dine-in, take-out or catering – will be donated to support ongoing programming at Hanna Perkins.

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Hanna Perkins adds two new staff members

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Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

For more information:

Bob Rosenbaum, communications manager

brosenbaum@hannaperkins.org

216-401-9342

 

Oct. 28, 2013

SHAKER HEIGHTS — The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development has announced two additions to its staff.

Pam Millar has been named Associate Director of Community Engagement and School Programs. In that role, she will be responsible for the non-profit organization’s education and outreach programming for early childhood professionals, and services to families with young children. ...

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Parent/Child playroom closed Oct. 18

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Grumpy Ballerina

The playroom at Hanna Perkins’ Reinberger Parent/Child Resource Center will be closed Friday, Oct. 18, 2013 for some scheduled building maintenance. We apologize for any disappointment, and will look forwarding to seeing you the following week, when regular hours resume.

For schedules and other information about the Reinberger Parent/Child Resource Center, click here.

Photo courtesy of David Castillo Dominic/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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Caitlin Blaine joins team as newest kindergarten teacher

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Hanna Perkins School has welcomed Caitlin Blaine as a new kindergarten teacher.  She received her training at Ursuline College and has had previous experience teaching in pre-k, kindergarten, and elementary classrooms.

She said she feels privileged to have the opportunity to work at Hanna Perkins, and School Director Barbara Streeter said members of the staff are equally pleased to have her ...

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Vote to help Hanna Perkins spread the word

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Hanna Perkins is participating in the 2013 Good News Giving Program, in which The Plain Dealer, cleveland.com and Sun News will donate advertising space to 50 health and human service organizations in the Northeast Ohio area. Organizations that provide essential services to those in critical need right here in our community will be chosen by ballots cast by people like you through Sept. 18.

Please help Hanna Perkins and the families we serve by copying the bold-face text [Hanna Perkins Center ...

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Remembering Dr. John Kennell

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It is with sadness that we note the passing of John H. Kennell, M.D. He was professor emeritus of pediatrics at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland.

As a doctor and educator, he had immeasurable influence on an untold number of children, parents, families, medical students, therapists and physicians. He helped revolutionize the way families – and especially ...

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Bank of America volunteers spread good works (and mulch)

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This great group of employees from Bank of America volunteered on Tuesday, Aug. 13  to help spread a large pile of mulch on our two playgrounds and throughout our garden area – which comprises a butterfly garden, teaching garden and community garden.

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