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Community Invitation

The Grandview Heights-Marble Cliff Education Foundation (GHMCEF) is pleased to announce it will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2022 with a “Growing in Grandview” community event on Friday, April 29, 2022, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at The Lawn at Grandview Center located at 1525 Grandview Avenue at the corner of Goodale Boulevard and Grandview Avenue.

Following a two-year hiatus from in-person gatherings, the outdoor, casual spring evening will provide a welcomed opportunity to come together again with neighbors and friends while supporting the schools and community. The evening will celebrate the Foundation’s history and founders and look to what’s ahead.

The adults-only event is open to Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff residents and friends and will feature a variety of food trucks and beverages under outdoor tents, live music from the Fabulous Johnson Brothers and opportunities to learn more about the Foundation and its contributions.

Tickets are $75/person and include food and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Dress code for the event is “snappy casual.” Walking is recommended but limited parking will also be available.

Registration is now open. Tickets must be purchased in advance. We encourage you to register early here.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Visit to learn more.  Interested media or sponsors, please contact Marisa Long McKenney, [email protected]; 412-877-7592.

GHMCEF focuses on expanding educational opportunities that encourage life-long learning and promote school, family, business and community partnerships. Each year, the Foundation accepts grant requests from teachers, administrators and community members with compelling educational program ideas and gives out scholarships to students and lifelong learners. To date, the Foundation has contributed more than $1.5 million to the Grandview Heights Schools and community.

Recently, the Foundation gifted Grandview Heights Schools with a generous donation of $200,000 to help fund enhancements to an outdoor learning and discovery space at Larson Middle School as part of the District’s comprehensive capital improvement project.