Mystery Readers

Mr. Geglia reads to a class of ECC residents. Each month a ”Mystery Reader” gathers several of the children at Elmcrest together for story time. The boys and girls are surprised by which staff member takes on the mystery role. (Executive Director, Joe Geglia was the mystery reader in December for a Christmas story). January’s Read More »

Building Strength and Perseverance

Elmcrest youth climbing ropes during physical education class on campus. Facing the challenges of a climbing wall and rope course help to develop many strengths. Coached by Elmcrest’s Physical Education, Mr. Albert, this regimen does more than improve the children’s core and muscular abilities. Conquering new challenges helps youth develop agility, coordination, speed, balance, power, Read More »


Euclid AOBH boys splashing. The young men from Euclid House found an unusual and engaging way to test their artistic skills last weekend. They splashed their way to fun in a backlight room with squirt bottles in hand, not paint brushes, in a local games center. This novel entertainment offers participants a way to freely Read More »

Gliding Along…

The weather was calm and the ice was smooth, so the boys and girls from Cottage 7 took to the ice rink at Clinton Square. This fun winter spot in the heart of downtown also makes it easy for beginners and those not yet “Olympic-ready.” Some of these children took advantage of the skater’s helpers to Read More »

Come Fly with Us!

Terminal B hallway at Hancock Airport. If you are traveling on United, Frontier, or Delta airlines this year, please note the artwork in the Terminal B hallway. The children of Elmcrest school, and Elmcrest art programs, created these masterpieces that will be displayed all year. These twenty selections were among many that the boys and Read More »