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Greater Cleveland Volunteers: Opportunities for the week of September 7, 2016
September 18th - Party in the Parklands! Volunteer at an annual Shaker Lakes Hike and Run. 7:00-10:30 a.m. at the water station and 10:30-1:30 with arts/crafts, activities and food/beverage attendants. Contact Jan at 216-391-9500. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Greater Cleveland Volunteers enriches the community and individuals through volunteer services. We recruit individuals age 18 years+ to volunteer at over 100 nonprofit organizations throughout Cuyahoga County. We offer one-time, ongoing and short-term volunteer opportunities. Connect with us at, Facebook and Twitter @CLEvolunteers. We have volunteer coordinators available at 216-391-9500. Here are a few featured volunteer opportunities. Have an interest and don't see it? Call us and a volunteer coordinator will assist. One-time Event: Party in the Parklands! Volunteer at an annual Shaker Lakes Hike and Run on Sunday, September 18th. 7:00-10:30 a.m. at the water station and 10:30-1:30 with arts/crafts, activities and food/beverage attendants. Contact Jan at 216-391-9500 x 124 or [email protected] On-Going Literacy Tutoring: We have several partner agencies that seek before, during and after school tutoring needs. Tell us what school district is close and when you are available. 216-391-9500 [email protected] Hospice of the Western Reserve needs a volunteer to help out at its resale shop on Mayfield Road. A retail background would be great, but is not necessary.  The volunteer would be trained to run the cash register and  assist the full-time manager. An "employee" discount is given to all who volunteer in the shop.  Shop hours are Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and closed on Sundays. The shop sells furniture, household goods, jewelry, collectibles, some clothing, purses, etc. Call Sue at 216-391-9500 x 120 for more information Lunchtime Mentoring: If you have a lunch hour available once a week, during the school year, consider serving as a positive role model to a student in the 4th grade. Contact Carol at 216-391-9500 x 125 or [email protected] Theatre Usher: The Maltz Performing Arts Center (MPAC) in University Circle is a wonderful new venue for music, lectures and cultural enrichment in Cleveland. If you have an interest in adding this to your volunteer efforts contact Cecille at 216-391-9500 x 122 or [email protected] Senior Living Facility: Assist transporting resident to/from their outings. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 10:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Training and supervision is provided. Contact Lynette at 216-391-9500 x 123 or [email protected]
2 points by The Plain Dealer | Cuyahoga County Ohio Greater Cleveland Cleveland Week-day names Cuyahoga River Connecticut Western Reserve Lunch High school
Unsung app aims to curb hunger, food waste
As Jason King parked outside St. Vincent de Paul Church on Saturday morning, he was immediately greeted by some familiar faces, and quickly began doling out bologna sandwiches, bananas and bottles of water from the back of his car.For some, the meal would be the only food they get this weekend....
251 points by Baltimore Sun | Food Food security Meal Want Lunch Baltimore Baltimore County Maryland Dinner
Arson suspected in Katoi restaurant blaze
The 6 a.m. fire at the trendy eatery 'gutted' the establishment, investigators said        
-2 points by The Detroit News | Building Restaurant Break In James Beard Lunch William M. Feehan English-language films Virtual Console
Padonia International Elementary School set for renovation to relieve overcrowding
Padonia International Elementary is slated to receive a $5 million-plus addition and renovation by August 2018 that will add 12 rooms that officials said will help address capacity problems at the school, which is one of the most crowded in the county. Construction will begin within the next 30...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | School Primary school Primary education Elementary school Fiscal year Lunch Baltimore County Maryland Education
A simple lemon, garlic and herb yogurt sauce tops it all
This surprisingly simple sauce elevates the plainest of meals into something crave-worthy and healthful.
2 points by The Denver Post | Nutrition Fruit Meat Greek cuisine Medicinal plants Fat Olive oil Lunch
Hooters opens 'Hoots' concept with counter service, more heavily clothed staff
Hooters has opened a new spinoff restaurant that fans of the chain famous for its scantily clad female waitstaff may not recognize. The new quick-service restaurant, called Hoots, opened Monday in Cicero with a few major changes: The menu is condensed significantly from a typical Hooters, offering...
164 points by Chicago Tribune | Take-out Restaurant Types of restaurants Fast food Fast casual restaurant Menu Fast food restaurant Lunch
A record number of poor kids are eating breakfast at school thanks to a program whose future is uncertain
A record number of low-income children have begun to eat breakfast at school. But the policy most credited with boosting their numbers may be on the chopping block under President Donald Trump.
43 points by The Denver Post | High school School National School Lunch Act Education Lunch Breakfast Meal Full breakfast
Manhattan eatery dishes up ‘daily harassment’: lawsuit
A French bistro on Restaurant Row should have stuck to its pommes frites and steak au poivre instead of serving its workers heaping helpings of insults and stiffing them on pay, a lawsuit filed by the employees claims. The owners of Le Rivage, a stalwart on W. 46th St., failed to pay servers minimum wage...
19 points by New York Post | Restaurant Menu Abuse Lunch Bullying Restaurants French fries Minimum wage
How some Colorado schools are finding success with poor and minority students
Platte Canyon School District hugs a twisting stretch of U.S. 285 in Park County while serving fewer than 1,000 students in a cozy atmosphere that's occasionally interrupted by a mountain lion wandering too close to a classroom.
446 points by The Denver Post | High school College Education School district Middle school School Jefferson County Colorado Lunch
Best New Restaurant #2: Grey Ghost, Detroit
Grey Ghost is moody and masculine and romantic all at once, giving off a distinct Chicago-esque vibe with its dim incandescent lighting and dark polished wood interior        
621 points by Detroit Free Press | Chicago City Midwestern United States Chef Detroit Sausage Restaurant Lunch
Chicago Black Restaurant Week, starting Sunday, offers discounts at black-owned restaurants
Chicago Black Restaurant Week, returning for its second year, starts this Sunday, Feb. 12. The event, which celebrates black-owned restaurants, has grown since last year, with more participating restaurants offering discounts and the launch of a “young foodie” scholarship drive designed to help...
14105 points by Chicago Tribune | Black History Month Restaurant Lunch Foodie Food Restaurants Black people
Best New Restaurant #5: Chapman House, Rochester
The space is elegant, and dinner at Chapman House can feel like eating at a civilized, but casual, country manor.        
462 points by Detroit Free Press | Chef Detroit Detroit Free Press Michigan Culinary art Restaurant Lunch Metro Detroit
‘Golden Girls’ themed cafe now open in Washington Heights
‘Golden Girls’ themed cafe now open in Washington Heights
-2 points by Daily News | The Golden Girls Blanche Devereaux The Golden Palace Rue McClanahan Rose Nylund Betty White Arecaceae Lunch
Hungry? Try one of Detroit's many September pop-ups
Detroit restaurant pop-ups abound in September.        
170 points by Detroit Free Press | Detroit Meal Culinary art Chef Lunch Breakfast Food Cristo Rey
Lack of lunch service is no problem for trendy spots
Detroit’s hip, chef-driven restaurants cite various reasons for not offering midday meals        
-2 points by The Detroit News | Restaurant Detroit Lunch Chef Meal Dinner Renaissance Center Cocktail
These trendy Detroit restaurants aren't open for lunch
-2 points by The Detroit News | Detroit User Login Restaurant Detroit Free Press Lunch The Detroit News Access code
Dining out? Try these Sept. pop-ups in Detroit
Detroit restaurant pop-ups abound in September.        
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Detroit Meal Culinary art Chef Lunch Breakfast Food Cristo Rey
Detroit is home to plenty of pop-ups this month
Detroit restaurant pop-ups abound in September.        
170 points by Detroit Free Press | Detroit Meal Culinary art Chef Lunch Breakfast Food Cristo Rey
5 places in Denver for fireside drinking and dining
Here are the best places in Denver where you can sit next to a fireplace and enjoy dinner, a beer, a craft cocktail -- or, at some, all of the above.
751 points by The Denver Post | Venus Precipitation Gas Water Lunch Stretching Carbon dioxide
Starlite Diner opens its doors at Belvedere Square
Starlite Diner has opened its doors to the public at Belvedere Square. The restaurant, housed in the former Shoo-Fly Diner Space, is open for lunch and dinner, and will add breakfast service next week.  Owner Leonard Clarke, who previously owned Red Maple in Mount Vernon, renovated and refurbished...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Dinner Lunch Restaurant
School District’s Food Service facility transports 240,000 meals per day to Clark County kids
They are the questions that every parent ponders: What to make for dinner? What can be made that will satisfy every family member and add enough variety and nutrition? Clark County School District registered dietician Lory Hayon wonders the same thing, except the questions are amplified by the thousands of mouths she must feed a day — adding up to 1.2 million meals per week.
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Nutrition Milk High school Food Saturated fat Meal Meat Lunch
Lunch lady quits, says school made her shame poor kids
Says policy made her take away hot lunches, give kids 'government cheese.'       
991 points by USA Today | Lunch Meal School Dinner The Washington Post Meals Shame Restaurant
In America, if your parents owe $25, they take your school lunch
A cafeteria employee for a Pennsylvanian elementary school quit her job after she was forced to take a hot lunch away from a child whose parents had fallen behind the $25 limit for school lunches. Read Full Article at
3700 points by Russia Today | Meals High school Lunch School United States Meal Debt Termination of employment
Public school cafeteria worker quits in 'lunch shaming'
CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) - A school cafeteria worker has quit over what she considers a "lunch shaming" policy in a Pennsylvania school district.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Shame School Lunch Embarrassment Washington County Pennsylvania
Lunch membership club MealPal launches, offers month of restaurant meals for $119
Can't decide what you want for your midday meal? A lunch membership service is launching in Chicago that will give downtown workers the chance to sample from 75 spots every weekday. MealPass, which started up earlier this year in New York, San Francisco, Boston and Miami, has rebranded as MealPal...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Food Restaurant Lunch Meal Meals Dinner Chicago Pick
Tour L.A.'s Grand Central Market
In continuous operation since 1917, Los Angeles' landmark market has more than 30 vendors.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Downtown Los Angeles New York City Lunch Restaurant Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles Ilan Hall Genius