Vandals strike twice at Cleveland community center

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CLEVELAND — Programs at a Cleveland community center were suspended twice in one week after damage left behind by vandals.

According to Nakia Smith, the Childcare Director for East End Neighborhood House, all services were cancelled on September 18th after main wires were cut to the building, leaving the facility without power.

Sunday morning, vandals once again removed all the wiring to the building, leaving employees to cancel all of the day’s programs.

The East End Neighborhood House will hold an emergency community meeting on Friday at 5:30 p.m. to address the issue.

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