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Upcoming Public Events

Friday, November 30, 11:30 am – 1 pm: Holiday Giving Lunch at Venice on Vine Pizza, 1301 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine.

Sunday, December 2, 1:30 pm: Feist Tea. Kennedy Heights Arts Center, Lindner Annex.  CLICK HERE  for invitation.

Committee Meetings

Tuesday, November 27, 6 pm: Communications Committee meets at Lydia’s on Ludlow.

Wednesday, November 28, 6:30 pm: Board Meeting in the WCC conference room.

Monday, December 10, 6 pm: Program Committee meets in the WCC conference room.

Monday, January 14: Program Committee meets in the WCC conference room.

 

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The November 2018 Bulletin is HERE!

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Recent Activities

Wednesday, November 14, 6:30 pm at First Unitarian Church on Linton, WCC hosted a forum about the city’s CEDAW efforts. Read Lucy May’s piece about this for WCPO: “Gender Equity in Cincinnati Employment a ‘Mixed Bag,’ New Analysis Shows.”  CLICK HERE to view video of program.

On October 17, Woman’s City Club partnered with the League of Women Voters and the Cincinnatus Society to present a forum on charter amendments that voters will see on the ballot. David Mann, Greg Landsman, Carolyn Miller, Dot Christenson, and Don Mooney participated in “Charting the City’s Future: Pros and Cons of Proposed City Charter Amendments.” Here is a link to the video of this engaging and informative session.

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.

Included recent interviews with opponents, interviews with issue proponents just before the start of the forum, and clips of panelists’ statements during the program.

 

 

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
  • Click here to order.

 

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