Men and women of the Gilmour community are invited to join ustomorrow morning at the Hyatt Legacy Village for breakfast and networking.
The Gilmour Networking Group features a different speaker each month. This month, we are happy to welcome Mark Klang of Amazing Tickets. Mark will discuss his business, demystify how the ticket business works and address how he helps businesses entertain clients through a variety of venues.
Sponsored by the Men'sClub, the Gilmour Networking Group is free to attend. Bring business cards to share as you connect and strengthen business ties.
Prospective parents of students in grades 7-12 are invited to join us to learn more about Gilmour, hear from faculty members and administrators, ask questions about the school and admission process, and see campus while school is in session.
Upper School Classroom Building (2045 SOM Center Road - enter via Chapel doors)
For prospective students, grades 6-8.
Join Gilmour's Instructor of Computer Science, Dan Adiletta, for a one-day course on building a webpage. Come visit our new CS Lab and learn basic HTML and CSS coding. Students will walk away with a simple, published web page they can share with their friends and family. The class will use the new Bootstrap 4 framework to build professional-quality code in just one session. Equip your middle-schooler with the essential skills used in Gilmour Academy's cutting-edge high school web development program.
Lennon Board Room (right outside of Our Lady Chapel)
Our current eighth-grade parents are invited to this special preview, which will allow you to become more familiar with the Upper School, talk with administrators and ask any questions you might have about the school or the admission process.
We will gather in the Lennon Board Room across from Our Lady Chapel at 7:45 a.m. and finish around 10 a.m. Please RSVP to Rosalie Massey at email@example.com or (440) 473- 8111 by Friday, November 10.
The Men’s Club Invites You to “Prevent a Tragedy, Save a Life”
Wednesday, November 15, 6-8:30 p.m., Tudor House
Ohio is ground zero for the opioid crisis, and the stakes are high for our kids, family and local community. Many of us have been impacted in some way, and the statistics are alarming: 75% of heroin users started out on painkillers, 2016 opioid deaths exceeded 53,000, and Ohio is ranked second among states for opioid deaths.
We have assembled a panel of experts with diverse backgrounds - including drug abuse counseling, law enforcement, pharmaceuticals and education – who can provide valuable information to prevent addiction and answer questions such as:
What are opioids and how do they impact our community?
Why are opioids so deadly?
What questions should I be asking my physicians?
How do I know if a family member, friend, or even I have a problem?