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Stepping Stones expands reach to west side

Stepping Stones increased its reach to children and adults with disabilities by expanding to the west side at the beginning of January.

Tri-State Trails preps launch of Opening Day on the Trails Challenge

The Trails Challenge will take place over seven weeks April-June and encourage families and individuals to explore trails and collect prizes upon completion.

Friends of the Pops to host informational lecture series at Mercantile Library

The all-volunteer Friends of the Pops group affiliated with Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is hosting free lectures in March, April and May to provide a sneak peek of what it’s like to play as part of the orchestra.

Boone County volunteers prepare to get their hands dirty at Reforest NKY 2016

Reforest NKY, which has planted 33 acres of trees in an effort to restore Northern Kentucky’s woodlands, returns April 2 at England-Idlewild Park in Boone County.

Red Boot Coalition founder to speak on building genuine human interaction

Red Boot Coalition founder Molly Barker believes in one thing, compassionate listening, and intends to share that vision when she speaks in Cincinnati Jan. 20.

Main Public Library downtown hosts "Envelope" mail artwork exhibit

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is hosting "Envelope," an exhibit of mail artwork, on behalf of Visionaries + Voices.  

Poetry in the Garden Contest looking for talented local poets

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and Greater Cincinnati Writers League are looking for new and talented poets to enter its Poetry in the Garden contest.

West African student receives funding for final residency at Union Institute

Ghana resident Edward Fiawoo will begin his final required residency this week at Union Institute & University thanks to funds raised by UI&U’s International Alumni Association.

Fighting Chance mentors young men through boxing

Megan Schmittauer has developed Fighting Chance into an organization that combines boys’ love of boxing with a program that helps them build self-confidence and discipline.

CHRC, Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center partner for "Rethinking Racism"

The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center are partnering to address racism in local communities at the Jan. 14 “Rethinking Racism” event.

$40,000 grant helps launch Healthy Homes program in Price Hill

What began as a college capstone project for Lisa Marie Watkins is now permanently helping many women and their families who live in Price Hill via the Healthy Homes initiative.

Kicks for Kids annual Christmas party to benefit local kids in need

Kicks for Kids hosts its annual Christmas party Dec. 15 at Paul Brown Stadium to help local kids in need have a special Christmas.

Crossroads Church raises $87 million with "I'm In" campaign

Nearing its 20th anniversary, Crossroads Church has raised $87.8 million from its "I'm In" campaign to help fund initiatives in four core "battlefronts": friends, city, country and world.

Safe and Supported receives $35,000 matching gift to end LGBTQ homelessness by 2020

Safe and Supported recently received a $35,000 matching gift to help fuel its goal of ending lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & questioning (LGBTQ) youth homelessness in Hamilton County by 2020.

OTR eco garden teaches local youth how to grow organic vegetables

The eco garden that sits at 1718 Main St. across from Rothenberg Preparatory Academy in Over-the-Rhine teaches neighborhood kids self-reliance through the growth of organic fruits and vegetables.
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