the cleveland foundation's final centennial gift is a day of family fun

The Cleveland Foundation has announced that its December centennial gift will be a Day of Family Fun offering "a variety of healthy activities at more than three dozen sites in six counties throughout Northeast Ohio on Tuesday, Dec. 30."

According to the press release, the gift includes: 

·         Free tobogganing at Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville
·         Special tours and activities at three sites in Cuyahoga Valley National Park
·         Free ice-skating at The Rink at Wade Oval in University Circle
·         Free ice-skating at the city of Cleveland’s Halloran Park, free roller-skating at the city’s Zelma George Recreation Center and extended hours at all 20 city recreation centers
·         Free admission and special programming at all 12 branches of the YMCA of Greater Cleveland
No tickets will be required for this particular gift, according to the release.

The Cleveland Foundation provided nearly $18 million in support to five partner organizations for the December centennial gift. More details on activities will be announced on Dec. 15 and posted here.
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