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Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7 pm: “Charting the City’s Future: The Pros and Cons of the Proposed Charter Amendments.” First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton Street in Avondale off Reading Rd. Doors open at 6:30 pm for light snacks and socializing. Program begins at 7 pm. City Council members David Man and Greg Landsman will argue for two different proposals for changing Council terms, as well as two other proposed amendments on civil service exams. Don Mooney will address rule changes for LLC’s and Carolyn Miller, a proposal to allow Council to meet in executive session in certain circumstances.
Sunday, December 2, 1:30 pm: Feist Tea. Kennedy Heights Arts Center Lindner Annex.
Monday, October 15, 7 pm: Feist Tea Committee meeting in the WCC conference room.
Monday, October 29, 11 am: Feist Tea Committee meets in the WCC conference room for mailing project.
Tuesday, October 30, 6 pm: Communications Committee meets at Lydia’s on Ludlow in Clifton
Monday, November 5, 6 pm: Program Committee meets in the WCC conference room.
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The October 2018 Bulletin is HERE!
On Sept. 17, Woman’s City Club welcomed a full audience to learn about and participate in a conversation about the pros and cons of Issue 1, the Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment. The question addressed was, “Can we improve community health and safety by reducing the prison population?” A full report appears in the October Bulletin.
Forum Video: Ohio Issue 1 Safety, Drug Treatment, Rehabilitation
Woman’s City Club Forum, see Channel 5 report
Included recent interviews with opponents, interviews with issue proponents just before the start of the forum, and clips of panelists’ statements during the program.
Woman’s City Club’s 2018 Women’s Economic, Mental, and Physical Health Expo on Fountain Square took place on Sept. 28. Video shows Pone Dancers at the conclusion. Over 25 organizations participated in this event. See Flyer
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