Collision Bend Brewing and MANCAN Wine are Sponsors of the Festival Beer & Wine Garden
Welcome to Collision Bend Brewing Company of The Flats Cleveland, and MANCAN Wine of Ohio City as sponsors of the Beer & Wine Garden at the 2019 Tremont Festival.
Collision Bend Brewing Company is an Artisanal Brewery and Full-Service Restaurant, featuring crisp, bright beers brewed on site.
Craft Beers at the Festival from Collision Bend are:
- Lake Erie Sunset (Blood Orange American Wheat)
- Square One (Session IPA)
- Riverfest (OKTOBERFEST BEER)
MANCAN sources great California grapes for a set of specially designed blends – super satisfying wine in a can:
Thank You Cleveland City Council Members: Jasmin Santana (Ward 14), Kerry McCormack (Ward 3), Anthony Brancatelli (Ward 12), and Cuyahoga County District 7 Councilwoman Yvonne Conwell
Ward 14 Councilwoman Jasmin Santana was elected in November 2017, becoming the first Latina council member in the city’s history. Councilwoman Santana represents Clark-Fulton, Stockyards and portions of Brooklyn Centre, Tremont and West Boulevard neighborhoods.
She serves on four council committees – Health & Human Services; Safety; Transportation and Utilities. She is also council’s representative to the city’s Community Relations Board.
Councilwoman Santana worked as an outreach coordinator with the non-profit Hispanic Alliance, focusing on public safety, lead abatement and various social issues. She also worked for MetroHealth Medical Center, promoting health and nutrition education in the Hispanic community. While at MetroHealth, she helped develop the first grassroots Latina breast cancer education program in Northeast Ohio.
Councilwoman Santana has received various public recognition for her civic activism, including being featured in a 2016 story in Crain’s Cleveland Business magazine.
Councilwoman Santana has served as a trustee for a number of non-profit on social service agencies, including the Northeast Ohio Association for Hispanic Health and the May Dugan Community Center.
Councilwoman Santana is a graduate of Max Hayes Vocational School. She is currently studying non-profit administration and public health through a dual program with Cuyahoga Community College and Cleveland State University.
She lives in the Jones Home Historic Neighborhood with her husband and two teenage children.
Councilman Kerry McCormack represents the 3rd Ward of Cleveland, which is one of the city’s most diverse wards including the neighborhoods of Downtown, Tremont, Ohio City and Stockyards.
Councilman McCormack was elected to a full four-year term on Cleveland City Council in November of 2017 after being unanimously appointed in April of 2016 to finish the term of former Councilman, Joe Cimperman.
Councilman McCormack is chairman of council’s Operations Committee and vice chairman of Health & Human Services Committee. He also serves on three other committees – Finance; Development, Planning & Sustainability and Utilities. In addition, Councilman McCormack is a member of the Cleveland City Planning Commission and a member of the Cuyahoga County Office of Homeless Services Advisory Board.
Councilman McCormack is committed to continuing the progress in Ward 3 though focusing on quality of life issues, encouraging balanced community development, and connecting all community members to opportunity.
Prior to his service on Cleveland City Council, McCormack worked as the Director of Community Affairs for Ohio City Incorporated, the neighborhood non-profit community development corporation, where he worked with a broad array of community stakeholders to improve the neighborhood.
During his tenure at Ohio City Inc., Councilman McCormack, who is fluent in Spanish, created new community-based programming and strengthened existing ones including the Near West Recreation League, community safety programs, neighborhood education opportunities, urban agriculture and much more.
Prior to his work in community development, Councilman McCormack worked for the re-election campaign of U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown, which was proceeded by his time in Madrid, Spain, where he spent two years teaching first and second grade English for the Ministry of Education of Spain in the Spanish public schools.
Councilman McCormack is a life-long Cleveland resident and a graduate of Cleveland’s Villa Angela, St. Joseph High School and Miami University of Ohio, where he majored in International Studies (International Development), with minors in Spanish and Latin American Studies.
Councilman McCormack lives in Ohio City.
Ward 12 Councilman Anthony Brancatelli has been a member of City Council since 2005, representing Slavic Village and parts of Tremont, Brooklyn Center and Old Brooklyn neighborhoods. He is chairman of council’s Development Planning & Sustainability Committee and serves on three other committees – Finance, Municipal Services & Properties and Mayor’s Appointments.
Over the last decade, Councilman Brancatelli has been a leader in the fight against urban blight, brought on by a national foreclosure crisis and followed by a global recession.
Councilman Brancatelli has led the effort to demolish vacant, nuisance properties, rebuild neighborhoods and hold fraudulent real estate speculators responsible for their devastation.
Councilman Brancatelli is chairman of the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corp., commonly known as the County Land Bank, an agency that has razed thousands of dangerous structures, replacing them with new housing or community gardens. The Land Bank, now a national model, has successfully turned urban acreage into urban gardens. The Land Bank also rehabilitates and sells commercial and residential properties.
Councilman Brancatelli is also council’s representative on the boards of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency, Neighborhood Progress Inc. and Cleveland Citywide Development Corp.
Prior to City Council, Councilman Brancatelli was executive director of the Slavic Village Development Corp., a non-profit neighborhood agency that, under his 17-year tenure, saw the building of 500 homes and the rehabbing of 1,000.
Councilman Brancatelli, a grandson of Polish and Italian immigrants, is a lifelong resident of the Slavic Village. He has devoted his professional life to his community and to the city of Cleveland. He lives in Slavic Village with his wife, Gail Glamm, and their son.