Welcome to the NEW NORMAL! New for sure, normal…not so much. For the past 10,000 years, we have become more and more intertwined and interdependent. Isolation is no longer a cultural value. Our mandated lifestyle is not normal but rather an aberration. We need to work hard and adjust to our current lifestyle, but yet look forward to the return to normality. The Foundation will continue to provide our Zoom programs and to also provide Art Kits to keep us all as close together as possible. We will begin to work with the State Health Department and develop 
a format that will allow us to begin to use the Center sometime in the future. We miss you and look forward to seeing you in person soon!   
Dr. Charlie Farrell
 
Wednesday volunteer Kathy Neff shared that she is working hard with some friends making masks for various facilities. Those included are The Renaissance, Parma Care Center, the VA Hospital, University Hospitals, Community Resource Services and also for families and friends! Great job Kathy!!
Heartful Living Cafe
Date: Tuesday, May 19th
Time: 2pm
Come join us from your home on Tuesday afternoon! A way to stay connected in 
a safe, fun and enjoyable manner. Today, our special guests will offer delightful stories & songs. We will begin with Storyteller Kathy Strawser sharing a Russian folktale. Then, Music Therapists Beckie Tweedle 
& Glenn Sonoda will provide everyone with a “trip to Disney World”! Enjoy some great Disney music that Beckie will share on flute and Glenn on piano. A separate email invitation will provide details to participate.
Rainbows of Hope Art – from Friday’s Program! 
More pictures below!
Board Member & Volunteer Gretty Myers has a recommendation for a food source during our current situation and for the future. She highly recommends: Perfectly Imperfect Produce!
Supermarkets reject fruits and veggies that are unique in size, shape or color to meet consumer demand for perfection. It’s part of the reason our country throws away 40% of the food we produce, which ends up in landfills where it turns to methane – a greenhouse gas 100 times more potent than carbon monoxide. When 21% of our water, 18% of our land and 10% of our energy is used to grow our country’s food, that’s an awful lot of resources to be wasting. Especially when 41 million Americans are food insecure.
Our mission is to reduce food waste and improve healthy food access for all. That’s why for every box purchased, we donate produce to local food pantries.
Support Group
Dr. Charlie would like to host convenient times with care partners to discuss current concerns and issues you might be facing during the Covid-19 health challenges. He will offer small group or one-on-one opportunities to discuss current situations and methods to find resolution.
The meetings will be offered by phone conference Monday & Thursday afternoons. Please contact Dr. Charlie Farrell at 440-552-2267 to arrange an appointment.
Artist-In-Residence and volunteer Lee Ann Eyre showed 
us what she’s been doing to stay busy during the 
stay-at-home order! Beautiful stuff, Lee Ann! 
(And cute doggie too!)
A Way To Donate
The Foundation appreciates all of our

community interest and support.
If you would consider a gift

to help continue our programming and outreach services, please click the link and

it will take you to our website for details how you can make a sustaining or one-time contribution. Thank you!
Creative Connections (TM)
Date: Friday, May 22nd
Time: 2pm
 Stay connected with Friday Chat and an arts enrichment program right from home. Start your holiday weekend with some fantastic music by musician & sculptor Robb Durr. Join Robb as he will offer a wonderful afternoon of music and discussion. He will perform with a variety of flutes 
and types of music. 
You will receive an email invitation to participate in the Zoom program.
Monday, May 25th – Memorial Day
 
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, 
but to live by them.”
– John F. Kennedy
 
“The veterans of our military services have put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy. They have dedicated their lives to their country and deserve to be recognized for their commitment.”
– Judd Gregg
Thank you Jeanne Sabol
for the wonderful equipment donated for the Art Studio
at the Center for Artful Living!!
We will put the die-cutting machines to good use in
many of our art activities.
The machines will cut paper quickly & efficiently in a variety
of shapes and forms!
Special support of the Three Arches Foundation in their recent grant to help with this project and effort; so we may stay connected and offer our arts enrichment program right from the comfort and safety of your home. By connecting people, ideas and resources, the Three Arches Foundation fosters a collaborative approach towards investing in organizations whose work directly addresses the continuum of physical and behavioral health issues. For more information, visit:    https://www.threearchesfoundation.org/
Artistic Director Jerry Devis’s picture of HOPE! 
Below are several of our participant’s HOPE pictures!
Participant Megan’s rainbow of Hope!
Participant Jennifer’s rainbow of Hope!
A rainbow of Hope by participants Alice & Chuck!
A boldly colored rainbow of Hope by participant Tess!
A brightly colored rainbow of Hope by participant Eddie Lou!
Congratulations to Luanne Becker! Luanne had recently hosted a gallery exhibit of her photography and art at the Center for Artful Living. She received First Place in a Virtual Art Exhibit titled “You-topia” at Summit Art Space in Akron. Her work is titled: Suspended Animation”. She is also creating an online gallery to sell her work. For more information, email her at: bbvideo@sbcglobal.net and she will provide you
with further details!