The Menelik Hall Foundation will dedicate the Ethiopian Cultural Garden at Cleveland Cultural Garden

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The Menelik Hall Foundation will dedicate the Ethiopian Cultural Garden at Cleveland Cultural Gardens in Cleveland from 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. 24.

Ethiopian Ambassador Fitsum Arega, Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson and councilman Kevin Conwell will be in attendance, along with members of the Ethiopian Cultural Garden committee, including committee member Herb Resnick, a member of the first Peace Corps group to Ethiopia.

The Ethiopian cultural garden will be the first cultural garden from an African nation in the garden’s more than 100-year history. There will be a further celebration of the cultural garden on Cleveland’s One World Day Aug. 25.

Cleveland Jewish News

One Response to The Menelik Hall Foundation will dedicate the Ethiopian Cultural Garden at Cleveland Cultural Garden

  1. Them ‘Northern’ Neftegnas!!! Now they have the audacity to colonize Cleveland. That mayor must be born into a Northern Neftegna family. That is it!!! Also that Herb!!! He must be one of those Northern invaders who settled in Cleveland. Wait a minute!!! Did I say these two are Northerners? That makes them both Canadians!!! What? Canadians? Is this the last two frontiers? I gave up!!!

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    Ittu Aba Farda
    August 22, 2019 at 12:21 am
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