Never Too Late to Recall Life-Changing Kindness

It’s never too late to say Thank You again. Just ask Rita Fuchs. At 91, she is still thanking the Rotary Club of Cincinnati for the life-changing support she received as a child at Condon School for students with disabilities and the Rotary’s Camp Allyn summer camp for people with disabilities. Mrs. Fuchs, of Mt. […]

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Rotary to Once Again Host Jefferson Awards Program

The Jefferson Awards: they call them the Nobel Prizes for community service, and the next winner could be in Greater Cincinnati’s back yard, said Bill Shula, who coordinates the local nomination process for The Rotary Club of Cincinnati. “We’re accepting nominations from the public from Dec. 6 through Jan. 17, 2020,” said Shula, who chairs […]

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Rotary and National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The Rotary Club of Cincinnati, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the Munich Sister City Association have joined together to present an extraordinary event in Remembrance of the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Consul General of Germany, Wolfgang Mössinger, will present an informational program and you will also be able […]

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Rotary Club of Cincinnati Hosts World Polio Day Event

The Rotary Club of Cincinnati will mark historic progress toward a polio-free world while urging the community to help end the paralyzing disease by hosting an event open to the public at Butcher and Barrel/World Cinema. This event is among thousands to be held by Rotary clubs around the world on World Polio Day, October […]

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