The Downtown Cleveland Alliance presents the Foundry Community Rowing and Sailing Center with the Ruth Ratner Miller Award
October 26, 2018 - The Downtown Cleveland Alliance today presented the Foundry Community Rowing and Sailing Center with a award that recognizes its founders for preserving a 100-year old building and turning it into a state of the art not for profit rowing facility that serves Northeast Ohio students and greatly enhances the civic landscape of Cleveland.
Located in the Flats on the Cuyahoga River, the Foundry’s major support comes from MCPc-founder Mike Trebilcock and his wife Gina as well as MCPc Family Charites. The award also recognizes the Foundry Sailing Center, located in the former Coast Guard station on Lake Erie.
The Alliance also recognized Mayor Frank Jackson with the Ruth Ratner Miller Award, named posthumously after the longtime civic leader and Cleveland advocate.
To learn more about the Foundry Community Rowing and Sailing Center, click here.
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