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Marble Cliff Announcements

MARBLE CLIFF MILE WILL BE MAY 25, 2018

The second annual Marble Cliff Mile will be held on Friday, May 25, 2018, on the streets of the Village.  The proceeds of the run will benefit the Grandview Heights High School Cross Country teams.  As with all of the funds raised in last year’s event, the funds raised this year will be used for team dinners, supplies and other team-building activities.

The following streets will be closed from 6-8 PM on Friday, May 25 due to the Marble Cliff Mile:
Third Ave. from Cambridge Blvd. to first street light will be closed in both directions. The following streets on the route will have the street closed in one direction only: Third Ave. west of first street light to Arlington Ave., Arlington Ave. south to the Cambridge Blvd, Cambridge Blvd. south through the Village Court loop and Cambridge Blvd north to Third Ave.

For more information, go to www.marblecliffmile.com

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FALCO SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR 2018

The Paul J. Falco Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that it has awarded scholarships for 2018 to the following three Marble Cliff students: Jonah Bode, Luke Sterneker and Matthew York.  Scholarships were awarded based on scholastic achievement, character, extra-curricular activities, and service to school and community.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the scholarship which was endowed by the late Paul J. Falco.  Mr. Falco served as mayor of the Village of Marble Cliff for 36 years.  The scholarship is annually awarded to a resident student, or students, based on outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities.  Mayor Falco was an ardent supporter of the village and its residents. It is through the generosity of the late Mayor Falco and his spouse, Bobbie Hall Falco, that these awards can be made.  To date, scholarships totaling more than $100,000 have been awarded to over 100 Marble Cliff students.

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Bill Johannes Will Be Missed

It is with extreme sadness the Village reports that Bill Johannes (retired Village Clerk of Courts/Administrative Assistant) has passed away.  Bill served the Village admirably for 17 years, retiring December 31, 2017.  Bill will be missed by all.  Services are planned for 2 pm on Sunday, February 18 at First Congregational Church (444 E. Broad St.).  Click here for additional information.

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FALCO SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR 2017

The Paul J. Falco Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that it has awarded scholarships for 2017 to the following nine Marble Cliff students: Caleb Akers, Adrienne Bechtel, Camille Day. Claire Fishpaw, Emma Berlin, Gretchen Varner, Madeline Taylor, Matthew Smith, and Molly Smith. Scholarships were awarded based on scholastic achievement, character, extra-curricular activities, and service to school and community.

The scholarship was endowed by the late Paul J. Falco, who served as mayor of the Village of Marble Cliff for 36 years, and is annually awarded to a resident student, or students, based on outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities.  Mayor Falco was an ardent supporter of the village and its residents. It is through the generosity of the late Mayor Falco and his spouse, Bobbie Hall Falco, that these awards can be made.

2017 Scholarship winners (Adrienne Bechtel not pictured) at the high school awards ceremony.

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2016 FALCO SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS ANNOUNCED

Marble Cliff residents and high school seniors, Georgia Mattingly and Rebecca Jones, have been awarded 2016 Falco Scholarships, according to Jack Kukura, Chair of the Falco Scholarship committee. The scholarship was endowed by the late Paul J. Falco, who served as mayor of the Village of Marble Cliff for 36 years, and is annually awarded to a resident student, or students, based on outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities. Mayor Falco was an ardent supporter of the village and its residents. It is through the generosity of the late Mayor Falco and his spouse, Bobbie Hall Falco, that these awards can be made. Since 1998, over $81,000 has been awarded to Marble Cliff students.