Programs

BOOKED FOR THE FUTURE

Presented by Audrey Bullar, Master Bookseller, Joseph Beth Booksellers

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Audrey Bullar will be sharing a variety of books with us that are sure to grab our attention. For so many of us, books have served as a comforting tether throughout the Covid pandemic. We’ll hear about the adjustments and creative ideas the bookstore adopted during this challenging time.

EVENT TO BE HELD AT Maketewah Country Club 5401 Reading Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45237


Chairperson of the Day:  Cindy Browne

Flower Chair:  Irene Hofmann

Hostess:  Paula Spitzmiller

Our Foremothers: Women in Early Cincinnati History

Presented by Christopher Miller

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Cincinnati’s National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a museum of conscience, an education center, a convenor of dialogue, and a beacon of light for inclusive freedom throughout the globe. It reveals stories of freedom’s heroes – and “she-roes” – from the past to contemporary times. This program focuses on Cincinnati women who played an important part in our local history.

Ms. Rosalyn Fuller......

Chairman of the Day

Ms. Nancy Bolam-Jenkins...

Flower Chairman

Dr. Rajni Harsh...

Hospitality Chairman

Taking a School Garden to New Heights: How a Rooftop Garden Helped Transform an Urban Elementary School

Presented by Bryna Bass, MEd

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From the ground level, Rothenberg Preparatory Academy in Over-the-Rhine seems surrounded by a dense forest of brick and concrete surfaces. Yet, a bird’s eye view reveals that ornamental flowers, fruits and vegetables flourish on the roof of this historic elementary school building, serving as a source of beauty and learning for students. The program will discuss the inspiration, design, and creation of the garden and its curricular connections, with participants discovering how the garden both enriches academic programming and enhances the unique urban community of Over-The-Rhine.

 

Ms. Mary Ronan……………………………..……………Chairman of the Day

Benchmark Jazz

Led by Henry Stiefel

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Benchmark Jazz is a group of young energetic high school musicians, who have developed a strong passion for jazz music.  The West Chester jazz sextet consists of some of the best young jazz musicians in the area, and primarily feature trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, guitar, and drums.  Their smooth and mellow jazz will include such selections as C'est Si Bon, Satin Doll, Night Train, and Sack Full of Soul, as well as other traditional standards with some jazz improvisation.  So, come prepared to get in the mood to swing, thanks to some talented youthful performers!

Glenna Baumbaugh Chairman of the Day

Imago – Enright Ridge Urban Village

Presented by Mr. Jim Schenk

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Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage is a community of people fostering a sustainable urban neighborhood that promotes social and economic well-being while contributing to the preservation of our planet.  You can find friendly neighbors who have regular pot-luck dinners, raise goats and chickens, participate in a food co-op and neighborhood greenhouse.  There are only a few such communities in the country and it is 5 minutes from downtown Cincinnati!                                            

 

  Nancy Cavanaugh          Chairman of the Day  

Select Ensemble of the Sycamore High School Choral Program

Directed by Mr. Ken Holdt

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Select Ensemble is the top of six ensembles in the Sycamore High School Choral Program. This mixed group (men and women) features predominantly juniors and seniors, some of whom will go on in music or the performing arts at the collegiate level. Select Ensemble has earned Superior ratings at District and State levels of the Ohio Music Education Association Adjudicated Event. You may have seen Select Ensemble at CCM performing as part of the Feast of Carols or performing with the CCM Wind Ensemble; performing with Country Music Award winner Eric Church at US Bank Arena; and performing with the ‘80s band Foreigner at River Bend Music Center.   

 

Glenna Baumbaugh                                             Chairman of the Day

(Postponed) All Aboard the Orphan Train!

Presented by Cindy Lawyer

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 Cindy Lawyer is a retired history elementary teacher from Zanesville, Ohio, who will spark your interest about an historical event she stumbled upon while reading the picture book, Train to Somewhere by Eve Bunting.  Enjoy a Power Point presentation with historical pictures, while learning about the mass migration of over 200,000 children who were moved from major cities to new families in the West. You will hear information about one of the largest social experiments from our country’s history, not found in school textbooks.   Glenna Baumbaugh          Chairman of the Day

"Give Me a Fa, Give Me A La La." It's time to deck the halls!

PRESENTED BY THE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS CHORAL COLLECTIVE (YPCC) CAROLERS

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Every holiday season, the YPCC Octet of Carolers share joyous “Fa’s and La's” with their community as they sing and spread festive cheer!  YPCC is an innovative choral ensemble that connects motivated young professionals to their community. YPCC strives to help young people, ages 21-45, connect with musical partners, community members, and local businesses through direct participation in the art-making process.   With traditional Christmas favorites like Silent Night and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, YPCC Carolers have something on their list to bring a smile to everyone’s face.   Part of the program includes a Sing Along.

        Paula Spitzmiller                                                          Chairman of the Day

Cincinnati Ballet

Directed by Victoria Morgan

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It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to welcome you to what promises to be an energetic and stimulating year.  The meeting on September 24 promises to be an unusually beautiful yet informative event as the Cincinnati Ballet will present the program following a sumptuous lunch. This is Victoria Morgan’s twentieth year as the Artistic Director of the ballet so it will be a year of celebration!  She will talk about her twenty seasons with Cincinnati Ballet, the impact Cincinnati Ballet is having on our community and her efforts in supporting and encouraging female choreographers and leadership in the ballet world.   The Cincinnati Ballet Second Company dancers provide an exciting peek into the typical day in the life of a professional ballet dancer and performs excerpts from the Cincinnati Ballet repertoire.  Julie Sunderland explains the Cincinnati Ballet's outreach program with its classes and scholarships and also introduces the dancers and their background. Menu;  Pork tenderloin, pea salad, roasted apples, green veggies, raspberry lovely.

Mrs. Diane Sakmyster     Chairman of the Day

SPRING BIRDS in YOUR GARDEN

PRESENTED BY BRETT GILMORE

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Did you know that we will be closing this year on International Migratory Bird Day?  Before we fly away to various locations and summer adventures, include College Club in your plans. Since May is the peak of the birding season in Cincinnati, birds will be the stars of the program. With over 30 years of experience dedicated to providing high quality bird feeding supplies, Mr. Gilmore, owner of Wild Birds, Unlimited, will discuss how to attract a variety of color and song to our yards.  Backyard birding is a relaxing, exciting and educational hobby.

Chairman of the Day          Carolyn Clodfelter

MYSTERY COMPOSER / FAMOUS SONGS

PRESENTED BY H. JANE GAVIN

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People may know lots of songs from today and yester-years, but often they don't know the composers.  Join Jane and learn about the "Mystery Composer."  Come, have fun, and sing along.  (A good singing voice is not mandatory!)

Chairman of the Day          Carol Parsons

WOODEN SHOE HOLLOW

PRESENTED BY JAY KATHMAN

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German immigrants in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century settled in the fertile Mill Creek Valley.  They wore wooden shoes in their gardens and present a fascinating story of hard work and musical Saturday Nights.  Wooden Shoe Hollow, a historical novel by Charlotte Pieper, describes their lives.  Learn more about these little known settlers and their story.

Chairman of the Day              Gretchen Thomas 

THE NEW HORIZONS DIXIELAND BAND OF CINCINNATI

DIRECTED BY PETE METZGER

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The New Horizons Dixieland Band of Cincinnati offers jazz and blues in addition to Dixieland tunes.  The band is composed of men and women and includes five graduates of music conservatories.  The other musicians are amateurs who love playing this peppy and fun kind of music.  Audiences of all ages find the beat and toe-tapping melodies irresistible.  A sing-along featuring holiday favorites will allow the audience to join in the merriment.

Chairman of the Day:          Betsy Bazell

THE MIRACLE OF THE NORTH PLATTE CANTEEN

PRESENTED BT ROSEMARY DEITZER

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North Platte was a small town in the middle of Nebraska on the Union Pacific Railroad.  During World War II, this was a major route for moving soldiers across the country for training and to the East and West coasts for training and debarkation.  A town of only 12,000 people, North Platte welcomed and fed 6 million soldiers during the war.  Union Pacific Depot canteen was open 24 hours a day for 4 years.  This story honors our veterans and the wonderful people of North Platte.

 

Chairman of the Day:                               Mary Russell

THE MIRACLE OF THE NORTH PLATTE CANTEEN

PRESENTED BY ROSEMARY DEITZER

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North Platte was a small town in the middle of Nebraska on the Union Pacific Railroad.  During World War II, this railroad line was a major route for moving soldiers across the country for training and to the east and west coasts for training and debarkation.  A town of only 12,000 people, North Platte welcomed and fed six million soldiers during the war.  Union Pacific Depot canteen was open 24 hours a day for four years.  This story honors our veterans and the wonderful people of North Platte.

Chairman of the Day:                Mary Russell

THE CINCINNATI WOMAN'S CLUB PLAYERS

DIRECTED BY MRS. CAROL PARSONS

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The CWC Players are for the first time presenting an improvisation.  Cast members enlighten the audience by discussing a play they are planning.  The improvisation is based on last year's Seven Nuns in Las Vegas, but it looks like there will be lots of showgirls and only a few nuns.  Come and enjoy the fun.

Chairman of the Day          Ms. Vivian Morgan

QUEEN CITY NOTORIOUS

PRESENTED BY J.T. TOWNSEND

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J.T. Townsend is a freelance writer and lifelong resident of Cincinnati.  He is the author of regional bestsellers, Queen City Gothic and Queen City Notorious.  He is also the former true crime historian for Snitch Magazine and his work has appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Word Magazine and Clews.  In this intriguing program, Townsend delves beyond the tabloid headlines and exposes the sinful motivations of memorable villains.

Chairman of the Day:     Mrs. Sue Eades

THE CCM YOUTH BALLET COMPANIES

DIRECTED BY JONNIE LYNN JACOBS-PERCER

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CCM Senior Youth Ballet Company is made up of junior and senior high school students who are serious about ballet.  The Mini and Junior Ballet Company is made up of children ages 8 through 13 and focuses on guiding young students in their performance skills and ballet technique.  "The Carnival of Animals" and other dance selections will demonstrate their accomplishments.

Armchair Adventures in Outdoor Photography

Presented by Brian Jorg

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Brian Jorg, nature photographer, public speaker, and Cincinnati Zoo horticulturalist, travels the world to capture the beauty of nature in photographic images.  The ‘one-of-a-kind’ presentation will focus on some of the ‘adventures’ he has encountered over the years researching photographing, and observing nature in the great outdoors. This sometimes humorous look back includes close encounters, from grizzles and black bear to rattlesnakes and tarantulas, as well as reflecting on some of the most magnificent landscapes, from Alaska to East Africa and the Amazon to Nova Scotia.

 

Mrs. Ruth Hubbard-Barnes………….….………..………………………...……..….Chairman of the Day

Bamso Brings Us Its Best!

Director Michael Chertock

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What better time than springtime for an opportunity to hear three talented winners of the 2014 Jack & Lucille Wonnell Young Artist Concerto Competition, sponsored by the Blue Ash/Montgomery Symphony Orchestra (BAMSO).  Their scintillating performances are from the main symphonic sections: (1) Strings, (2) Piano, (3) Brass, Reeds, and Woodwind.  The Blue Ash/Montgomery Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Michael Chertock, the distinguished keyboardist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Asst. Professor of Piano at University of Cincinnati's CCM.

 

Mrs. Carole Rauf……………...………..…...….…Chairman of the Day

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