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Upcoming Public Events

Tuesday, April 23, 6:30-8:30 pm:  Cincinnati Public Schools program on its career learning initiatives.  Cancelled; to be rescheduled.

Friday, May 3, 11:30 am-1 pm: Seasongood Luncheon and Education Awards at the Summit, A Dolce Hotel, on Medpace Drive in Madisonville. Presenter is Kristin Shrimplin, CEO, Women Helping Women, speaking on: “Pay Attention to Your Path: It Is Your Purpose.”  More information here.

Committee Meetings

Monday, April 29, 6-8 pm: WCC 101-New Membership Orientation,  Geier Room.

Wednesday, May 1, 6 pm: Membership Committee meets in the WCC conference room.

See Calendar for WCC Committee Meetings

The April 2019 Bulletin is HERE!

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Recent Activities

Helen Thorpe

Acclaimed author Helen Thorpe spoke at WCC’s 2019 National Speaker Forum and Fundraiser on April 3 in Memorial Hall to an appreciative audience.  Her talk, greatly enhanced by slides, highlighted what she learned about  young people’s experience as new immigrants and refugees — and their back stories during immersive research on location in their families, schools, and countries of origin. Look out for a full report in April’s forthcoming bulletin

In case you missed it: WVXU’s Cincinnati Edition interviews our National Speaker, Helen Thorpe March 18.

People from a wide range of Cincinnati neighborhoods overflowed the auditorium at the Fire Museum at
WCC’s February 26 program to hear a panel present on the topic, “Who Wins, Who Loses: Finding Balance in Neighborhood Development,” followed by audience questions and discussion. Read more in the March Bulletin.

On January 24, WCC and its Thriving Cincinnati project presented a program about the Talent Pipeline Initiative of Partners for a Competitive Workforce.  It was the first in a series of planned events about different ways young people can prepare for success in college, career and life.  Read more in the February Bulletin.

Centennial Books can still be purchased:

  • WCC’s history from 1965,  Lighting the Fire, Leading the Way and
  • 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
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