Becky has shown her dedication to volunteering and active leadership over a number of years in several community groups, including as President of the Berea Midpark High School PTA in 2018, Parent Representative for the Safety and Security Committee at BMHS, Treasurer of the Berea PTA Council, Hospitality Chairperson at BMMS, and Secretary to the Brook Park Neighborhood Watch Group in 2017. Becky has been an integral member of the Cub Scouts for many years and has helped to expand the local program to accommodate Boy Scouts of America so boys and girls from kindergarten to 5th grade can join the local packs. Becky has also assisted programs for human trafficking, internet safety, and youth mental health training to help keep those we love safe and to help the Brook Park Neighborhood Watch Group have a larger presence in the city. Becky and her husband Bob have been married for 20 years, they have two sons, Cory and Mike.
Thank you and congratulations for “Making a Difference in Our Community”!
Congratulations City of Brook Park Seniors!
Congratulations to the City of Brook Park Seniors for the new bus that was delivered to them by Mayor Michael Gammella and Economic Development Commissioner, Scott Adams on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at the Brook Park Seniors meeting.
The new bus has new amenities such as a backup camera and much more overheard space in the cabin for groceries.
The bus will be used for the Senior’s doctor appointments and Brook Park Seniors Club field trips.
The bus was acquired through a grant from Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), which covered approximately 80% of the cost for the city.
The City of Brook Park hopes the Seniors enjoy it in good health.
Mayor Mike Gammella and the Brook Park Kiwanis Club honored local 4th grade students with Proclamations for demonstrating outstanding citizenship. These students were nominated by their teachers as part of the Kiwanis Citizenship Awards Program. CONGRATULATIONS!
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Cuyahoga County Department of Consumer Affairs Warns Residents of New Round of Impostor Scams
The Cuyahoga County Department of Consumer Affairs is warning residents about a new round of impostor scams impersonating County Sheriff’s deputies or court officials.
Please click here to view the press release (PDF).
PLEASE NOTE THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT FOR THE CITY OF BROOK PARK IS NOW LOCATED AT 5590 SMITH ROAD.
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