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JANUARY 26, 11:30 AM – 1:15 PM
Geier Room, Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church
103 Wm. H. Taft Road, Cincinnati 45219
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Friday, January 26: Thriving Cincinnati Committee showcases Nehemiah Manufacturing in its series on “Celebrating Good Employers.” Meet at Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church. Lunch at 11:30; program from noon – 1:15.
Saturday, February 10, 2:00 p.m.: “Marian Spencer — Keep on Fighting,” Join author and WCC member Dorothy Christenson for a talk about her friend and Cincinnati legend Marian Spencer, about whom she wrote a biography. Spencer is also a WCC member, and has served as president. Main Library, South Building, Reading Garden Lounge.
Monday, April 16: National Speaker Program – Martha Raddatz: “United States’ Impact on Global Hotspots.” Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm Street, 7 p.m.
Friday, May 25, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Seasongood Awards and Luncheon, Crowne Plaza, Blue Ash.
Friday, June 29, 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.: Women’s Economic, Mental, and Physical Health Expo on Fountain Square.
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Conversations with CPS board candidates forum in October
This was one of a series of candidate events presented in collaboration with multiple non-partisan organizations in the fall of 2017. To help voters make their choices, the public and the candidates were invited to meet together in a series of small group conversations. Candidates moved from group to group, each time addressing a question and discussing it with 6-8 citizens at a table. The rule of engagement was: “Participants listen; candidates listen. Everyone learns!”