In West side of Cleveland Ohio, there's a little area known as old Brooklyn area, where Maria the BARBERETTE Barber Shop sits also known as GREEN LINE. The Green Line was a spot where they picked up ppl, like a bus stop yet with horses and carriage. Furthermore, the Green Line,is going to get torn down to build a winery where the ppl in this community don't want. The Old Brooklyn Community Development who bought the building to keep the community stating they got it to keep community together, which have gotten a group together who don't live in the area. The tenants in the Green Line are very discouraged because most of them had to find out through word of mouth. Maria who rents the Barber shop in that building 3432 Memphis Ave 44109 found that the new crew at the old Brooklyn Community Development are not there for the community ( they live @ least 10miles away or more) like the old crew who are now retired. Maria says 15 yes bring there she developed a bond with the community in and would like for old Brooklyn to have a "community center" for kids 7 to 16-17 years old. This community's goal is to keep this age group busy and off the streets menacing steeling kias and off the Internet and games Be apart of a BIG BRO /SIS atmosphere all volunteers adults 18yrs and up will be there to hear the kids cry give them a shoulder show them nthe meaning of salsa and merengue and give them lessons at the same time will keep those who are overweight to keep coming and tell others about their Spanish lessons rather than talk about going somewhere where they can learn Spanish dances. Along with volunteer boxers to teach nothing soccer basketball tutoring a afeter school learning center for kids that need;. The main idea for this community center is to be there for the kids. They are our Future and we putting are part will help encourage them to make our and their life a little better. I know it will take alot of work yet I have painters roofers floor guys any kind of carpenter you can think of willing to help these kids and donate their time for fixing the building to fit these little programs into it. What I would like to happen now is to get the funds to buy the building from the old Brooklyn Community Development or to have them approve the idea to get the ball rolling so the kids don't get lost the sooner the better.
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