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Report to the Community With gratitude to our sponsors Report to the Community Cleveland Central Catholic High School’s Annual Cleanup+Clams event was held on September 27, 2014. The goals of the event are to beautify the Cleveland Central Catholic campus, offer community service opportunities for our students and to raise funds to support tuition assistance. Three goals, one event- an outpouring of support 2014 Cleanup+Clams by the numbers: 13 Corporations and foundations provided $42,000 i
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    With gratitude to our sponsors   Report to the Community  2 Report to the Community Cleveland Central Catholic High School’s Annual Cleanup+Clams event was held on September 27 , 2014. The goals of the event are to beautify the Cleveland Central Catholic campus, offer community service opportunities for our students and to raise funds to support tuition assistance. Three goals, one event- an outpouring of support 2014 Cleanup+Clams by the numbers: 13 Corporations and foundations provided $42,000 in sponsorships benefitting CCC tuition assistance. Over $3500 in individual donations 200+ volunteers 11 projects 8 companies donating project materials 3 trees planted 20+ perennial plants added to landscape 50+ trees pruned and mulched 50+ students participated 760+ hours of service 31 cu ft. of top soil and mulch distributed Cleanup+Clams is driven by Cleveland Central Catholic’s mission- learning to lead while preparing to serve. All projects addressed in 2014 accomplished a vision of a more welcoming and safer campus. Decorative landscaping and exterior painting brightened entrances. Clear cutting brush in vacant lots and parking areas make them less prone to vandalism and loss. Removing graffiti, giving sitting areas a face lift and tidying up ragged areas shows that Central Catholic takes pride in the neighborhood and all of Slavic Village. To complete these projects we turned to friends across Northeast Ohio to donate supplies. All top soil, mulch and plant material was donated. Kurtz Bros., Petitti Garden Centers, Grande’s Nursery and Romano & Son’s all contributed to the landscaping and gardening projects. Only one gallon of paint was purchased, the rest was either salvaged from past school projects or donated by Sherwin Williams stores in Cleveland Heights and Garfield Heights. Home Depot in Steelyard Commons also contributed $100 in supplies as part of their community building program. These donations helped minimize cost and maximize the direct support to the tuition assistance programs.  3 Lea Original School Entrance Even though it has been years since this was the primary entrance, the wrought iron railings still get a lot use. After cleaning with wire brushes and sand paper, the railing and vent cover were given fresh coats of paint. Re-purposed specialty paint changed the railings from standard black to a true blue. The new color scheme announces that “This is the home of the Ironmen” with the school colors of red, white and blue.   Learning to Lead   Preparing to Serve  4 E.67th Garden Fences & Cement Picnic Tables The team removed graffiti and coated the fence with a beautiful and durable weather resistant stain. White washing the concrete picnic tables with durable concrete paint gives them a clean strong finish. The CCC art club will look to use these tables for small murals in the spring. Building Working   Creating 
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