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NEW DATE FOR NATIONAL SPEAKER FORUM IS SEPTEMBER 16, 2020, 7:00 PM
Following federal, state and local directives, Woman’s City Club has postponed its annual National Speaker Forum originally scheduled for March 30 and featuring Denise Kiernan. Woman’s City Club successfully negotiated a new date with Memorial Hall and Ms. Kiernan; the forum will take place September 16, 2020, same time, same place.
For those who have already purchased tickets to see Ms. Kiernan; thank you. Your tickets for March 30 will work for the new date; you need do nothing to change your tickets to the new date.
Feel free to contact Memorial Hall for questions and concerns by leaving a message for the box office at (513) 977-8838, and they will return your call as soon as they can. Cosponsors can contact Woman’s City Club by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (513) 751-0100.
Thank you for your continued support of Woman’s City Club and for your understanding during this difficult time.
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Saturday, March 21, 10 am: Book club POSTPONED.
Friday, April 10: Submission deadline for the Seasongood Education Award. CLICK HERE for information and application.
June 28, 2020: Dedication of Spencer statue.
Friday, September 11: Women’s Health Expo on Fountain Square.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 7 pm: National Speaker Program at Memorial Hall.
April 2, 4 pm: Finance committee meets.
April 22, 6 pm: Executive committee meets.
See Calendar for more WCC Committee Meetings
The February 2020 Bulletin is HERE!
Woman’s City Club of Greater Cincinnati endorses Issue 7, a Sales and Use Tax of 0.8% for 25 years to improve public transportation in our city and county .
We encourage your vote to fund and improve the Queen City Metro bus system, Access Paratransit for people whose disabilities prevent them from using regular Metro buses, a Transportation Empowerment Fund to provide free or discounted bus passes or other ride options to eligible, low-income residents, and street and bridge repairs for transportation in Hamilton County.
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