Glenville All Alumni Sweetest Day Party 10/18/14

Join All Glenville Alumni for Sweetest Day Party! Saturday, October 18, 2014

Hosted by:  Glenville c/o 1974

Glenville & Macklin Sweetest Day Event



c/o1979 35th Class Reunion Weekend – Starting August 22, 2014

To Our Fellow Tarblooders! We the Class of 1979 want to invite you all to our 35th Class Reunion and party with us this wknd –

August 22, 2014 – August 24, 2014!
The Dinner and Boat Ride is officially closed! You do still have time for the payable at the door events! Meet N Greet is $10.00 and Saturday Dance after the Dinner is $15.00. You can still get on the Boat Ride but it will be the cost of The Goodtime III price.

Here is the Itinerary for the weekend:

Friday, August 22, 2014
Boat Ride – The Good Time III – Boat Leaves at 6:00 PM PROMPTLY
Need to be at the dock between 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM – NO EXCEPTIONS!
Meet N Greet – 9:00 PM – Midnight
DoubleTree at Hilton, Beachwood, OH
Hospitality Suite

Saturday, August 23, 2014
Get Acquaintance – 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM – Ballroom
Semi-Formal Dinner/Program – 6:00 – 8:00 PM – Ballroom
Dance – 8:15 PM – 1:00 AM – Ballroom

Sunday, August 24, 2014
Picnic – 1:00 PM – Dusk
Kiwanis Lodge – 26789 Highland Rd, Cleveland, OH 44143
Feel free to join us but, you must bring your own food, if not paid for in the advance for the weekend package.

Again, we want to thank you and we will see you on Friday!!!

Glenville High Class of 1979 Committee Members!!
Be Blessed & Be A Blessing!

Future Events – Mark The Dates Glenville c/o 1980 thru 1990

Mark The Dates

Mark The Dates



13th Annual Superbowl Cabaret Party

February 1, 2014 – 9pm – 2am

St. Aloyusius Hall

10932 St. Clair Avenue

Cleveland, OH  44108

Tickets $10

Text:  Shawn Berry for more info at

(216) 401-1807

Masquerade Ball October 4, 2013 – Cancelled

1484419_10152076784414154_1173904852_oWith deep regrets at such late notice, the Masquerade Ball on October 4, 2013 has been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience this causes you and any changes that it necessitates in your current plans.

It is not intentional to do something like this so last minute, but unfortunately extenuating events and circumstances left no other choices. Hopes that you understand that this could not be prevented, however, just as the passed two events, (Black/Red/White Mixer and All White Affair) the next Event will be handled differently and followed through successfully.

Thank you for your understanding in the matter.

Post – All White Affair

Well Glenville c/o 1980-1990 Another successful event in the books! Everyone was simply beautiful in their white. I know the evening wasn’t perfect but if the most recent event is better than the last, that is considered a success. I have heard the critiques and the only way things can get better is if you go to the website and share (confidentially) what you would want to see or not see. Your input can only make the next event better. (Please submit your comments on the website and not this post because the differences of opinions will clash with others and that is not what I’m trying to do with this post).

I’m not going to say all classes but some classes for years said that Glenville never has events and then turn around and not attend when an event is in place. It can’t be both ways. We know A LOT of people who could not make it would have if they could have and we missed them dearly and know that there hearts were in that very room with us. For those who simply didn’t want to come (which is certainly your choice) the negative remarks that you pass from someone else who was in attendance does not speak for the majority…only if you had come would you really know what it was like…only if you had come would make your criticisms valid.

As far as the $15…please know, it is a donation towards the next event and there are expenses that need to be paid i.e venue, DJ, food, supplies, etc. This is really not a public event per say, it is an event for us (Glenville Alumni) as a whole that includes family and friends, and it was long overdue. We all know that we have attended clubs and paid $10-$15 and not get nothing but admission. At least you can take away that this $15 donation is to keep the Glenville Events going and the Memories are Priceless!