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Downtown Cleveland Alliance names new 2013-2015 class of City Advocates

Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is pleased to announce the 2013 class of DCA City Advocates.  Fifteen (15) new participants representing a broad range of professional expertise and personal interests will become the fifth class of City Advocates to make a 2-year commitment to DCA’s program.  Launched in 2009, the DCA City Advocates Program serves to [...]

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- Christopher M. Conner, Chairman and CEO of Sherwin-Williams Company, was named as one of the Top 100 CEO’s in the country, according to Harvard Business Review! http://bit.ly/VMKALw – The Warehouse District was named one of the top 10 formerly industrial areas that has been transformed into hip, trendy neighborhoods! http://on-msn.com/TIIJcj – Portside Distillery, Cleveland’s [...]

Downtown Cleveland Alliance names 2012-2014 class of City Advocates

Cleveland – Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is pleased to announce the 2012 class of DCA City Advocates.  Seventeen new participants representing a broad range of professional expertise and personal interests will become the fourth class of City Advocates to make a two-year commitment to DCA’s program. Launched in 2009, the DCA City Advocates Program serves [...]

Friends of Canal Basin Park Kickoff

The DCA City Advocates in partnership with Historic Warehouse District and Ohio Canal Corridor present the Friends of Canal Basin Park kickoff event at Johnny’s Little Bar located at 614 Frankfort Avenue on Thursday, March 8th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. The event will consist of an informal presentation and Q&A session by Thomas Yablonsky, Executive Director, Historic Warehouse [...]

Now accepting applications for DCA City Advocates Program

Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is now seeking new participants for the DCA City Advocate program. Launched in 2009, the program serves to provide civic education and fosters active engagement for rising leaders in the Downtown Cleveland community. Through this unique program, participants gain access to Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s staff and board and engage in open [...]

Downtown Cleveland Alliance names new 2011 class of City Advocates

Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is pleased to announce the 2011 class of DCA City Advocates. Sixteen (16) new participants representing a broad range of professional expertise and personal interests will make a 2-year commitment to DCA’s program, which provides a way for motivated downtown residents and professionals to become actively engaged in the community while [...]

Seeking new participants for the DCA City Advocate Program

Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is seeking new participants for the DCA City Advocate program. Launched in 2009, the program brings together a diverse range of young professionals who wish to play a role in the revitalization and progress of downtown Cleveland. While volunteering their time and hard work to self-directed initiatives related to DCA’s mission, [...]

DCA Announces City Advocates Program for 2010

Downtown Cleveland Alliance is seeking new participants for the DCA City Advocate program. Launched in 2009, the program brings together a diverse group of young professionals who are eager to play a role in the revitalization and progress of downtown Cleveland. While volunteering time and hard work to actions related to DCA’s mission, participants emerge as new community leaders and potential candidates to serve on the DCA Board of Directors.

Bachelor Auction Next Year?

Tools for Schools is a volunteer organization of employees dedicated to providing everyday necessities to elementary school children in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. So far this year, funds have been raised for Anton Grdina Elementary School and EPrep.

Sushi on the Sidewalk

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting a colleague from the Urban College at Bar One Sushi at 526 Superior Avenue. The food was great, the service was really solid and the beer was ice cold. But it was the setting in the heart of Downtown Cleveland that really impressed me.

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