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Mayor Frank Jackson's Proclamation
Thanks for being Shaker Square's Webkeeper

On Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend

On the Sunday morning of Thanksgiving weekend in 2016 I was celebrating a big birthday, surrounded by friends and family. The party's first highlight was an Ode to Arnie, performed by my grandchildren, in the style of the musical "Hamilton".

Then someone who had been a Cleveland city official read a proclamation from Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. It called me "Shaker Square's community webkeeper" and also cited my web work for the Ludlow Community Association and for the Larchmere Merchants Association.

Thanks to all who had a hand in this.

Arnold Berger   

 

Arnold Berger has lived in a condominium near the Square since 1992. "Arnie" previously lived downtown and before in the Shaker Heights Onaway neighborhood. An Industrial Engineer, he had a career in industry and consulting, earned a PhD at Case, taught at Case, Pitt and CSU and owned a software company.

A website developer since 1998, he began ShakerSquare.net in 2004 and also built sites for the Ludlow Community Association and Larchmere Merchants Association. His major web project is Cleveland Jewish History. He administers the Facebook group Jewish History Hub.

 
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