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UPCOMING EVENTS

FEBRUARY PUBLIC FORUM
via Zoom

Date to be announced soon.

- A VERY SPECIAL WCC PROGRAM -

A CONVERSATION WITH THE HONORABLE MAUREEN O'CONNOR, CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE OHIO SUPREME COURT (RETIRED)

   Join us for a Conversation with the Honorable Maureen O'Connor, recently retired (due to Ohio constitutional age limits) as Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court from 2011-2022. She will speak about her remarkable career of many "firsts" in public service, and her experiences and perspectives on the Ohio Supreme Court - its impact, authority, and more. WCC is particularly interested in discussing the disconnect between the Court's decisions and the Ohio Assembly's actions and often lack of action.

There will be ample time for questions and answers from all attendees.

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29th NATIONAL SPEAKER FORUM & FUNDRAISER

Thursday, March 23, 2023
7 pm In Person

MARCIA COYLE
Award winning journalist speaking on

A LOOK INSIDE THE
CURRENT SUPREME COURT

Join us for an inside view of
the U.S. Supreme Court
from the uniquely qualified
lawyer and journalist, Marcia Coyle,
the Chief Washington Correspondent
for
The National Law Journal.


Marcia Coyle has covered the U.S.
Supreme Court for 25 years and regularly
appears on PBS NewsHour. Her work has
earned numerous national journalism awards. Ms. Coyle’s remarks will focus on recent and anticipated decisions of the Supreme Court, particularly those with the biggest societal impact.

She is the author of The Roberts Court:
The Struggle for the Constitution
and numerous articles.

Click here for opportunities for organizations to cosponsor this event for $300.

For more details, contact SarahGideonse@womanscityclub.org

 For information about corporate sponsorships, contact susannoonan@womanscityclub.org

Individual tickets will be available ONLY through  Memorial Hall.
CLICK HERE to order tickets
or call 513. 977. 8838

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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Communications Committee
Tuesday, January 31, 5 pm
Committee meets monthly on last Tuesday.
Contact: SarahGideonse@womanscityclub.org

Membership Committee
Wednesday, February 1, 5:30 pm
Committee meets monthly on first Wednesday. Members interested in joining this committee should contact Cathy Bailey at CathyBBailey@yahoo.com

Social Justice Action Group
Thursday, February 9, 6:30 pm
Meetings are monthly on second Thursday. Members interested in joining this committee may contact David Siders at dbsiders@gmail.com

National Speaker Forum Committee
Monday, February 13, 7pm zoom.
Members interested in joining this committee may contact Beth Sullebarger at wccpresident2020@gmail.com.

Program Committee
Committee usually meets monthly on fourth Wednesday.
Contact Janet Buening: wccpresident2018@gmail.com

 

 

(All online at present except as noted)  

NOTE
Woman's City Club offices are open with
limited hours: M/W/F from 10-2 pm.
If you have any questions, email us at wcc@womanscityclub.org or call
513-751-0100 and we will respond
as soon as possible.

Recent Activities

Watch the January Forum: Affordable Housing - Funding Strategies for Places to Call Home.  View the video on YouTube HERE.

Watch the September Forum: Finding a Way Forward: Protecting Our Rights without Roe V. Wade.  View the video on YouTube HERE.

Watch Part 2 of the two-part March/April forum Ohio River Watershed: How to Keep it Healthy.  This video, Who Speaks for Nature?, can be seen HERE.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE VIDEOS OF PAST FORUMS

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WCC BOOKS

  • Lighting the Fire, Leading the Way: WCC's history from 1965 - 2015
  • Stirring the Pot in the Kitchen and the Community for 100 Years, with recipes from WCC members from World War I, the Fifties and the present
  • Keep on Fighting: The Life and Civil Rights Legacy of Marian A. Spencer
    by Dot Christenson
  • The Odd Coloring Book
    by WCC Member and Artist
    Harriet Kaufman

CLICK HERE TO ORDER ANY
OF OUR BOOKS