Programs 2023-2024

DORIS DAY: AMERICA'S SWEETHEART

Presented by Delores Raye and Kent Rawlings, Cincinnati Museum Center, Heritage Programs

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Take a sentimental journey through the life of a great American entertainer who was born right here in Cincinnati. Ten songs made famous by Doris will be performed by a professional singer as a speaker illuminates her life story. Don’t miss this uplifting musical program full of interesting stories and photographs!

September 23, 2023

RECEPTION

11:30 am

The Cincinnati Woman’s Club Drawing Room

Honoring Marcallene Shockey, President and the Board of Governors

12:00 pm

Luncheon and Program in the Tea Room:

Fall seasonal salad-mixed greens, apple, walnuts, gargonzola, chicken and cider vinaigrette,

Apple butter, Carrot cake.

Sue Eades………………………………….....Chairperson of the Day

Carolyn Laemmle……………………………..Hospitality

Board Members, please arrive at 11:20 am

A CAR TAKES YOU FAR! THE GOOD WORKS OF THE SAMARITAN CAR CLINIC

Presented by Bruce Kintner, Clinic Director

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October 21, 2023

Learn about a unique lifeline for working poor families when it comes to car maintenance. The Samaritan Car Care Clinic works on a referral basis with Northern Kentucky social service agencies to help low-income families with car repairs. Our speaker will review the history of the Clinic, the services it provides and its value to participants and the community-at-large.

Board Meeting at 11:00 am

Luncheon in the Lecture Room at 12:00 pm.

Grilled pork tenderloin with tamari and cilantro,

Basmati rice, steamed broccoli, Coconut cake.

Carole Rauf…………………………………Chairperson of the Day

Beverly Williams……………………………Hospitality

BEHIND THE SCENES AT CINCINNATI SCHOLAR HOUSE

Presented by Rainie Moody, Managing Director

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November 18, 2023

The Scholar House is an affordable housing community in Walnut Hills that is available to low-income single parents attending post-secondary schools. Their dependent children, who are eligible, can attend an on-site development center which frees the parents to complete their education and find employment. The College Club is proud to sponsor this organization that is helping break the cycle of poverty, two generations at a time.

Our Scholarship Award recipients will be honored at this meeting.

Board Meeting at 11:00 am.

Luncheon in the Lecture Room at 12:00 pm.

Turkey and dressing, Mashed potatoes and gravy, Green beans, 

Cranberry relish, Pumpkin pie.

Toni Miller …………………….Chairperson of the Day

Sandy Myers………………….Hospitality

KINDLING THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT

Presented By The Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers

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December 16, 2023

Did you know that the Appalachian dulcimer is the Kentucky state instrument? Active since 1992, this group has beautifully blended its sounds in a variety of programs and venues, while promoting the dulcimer’s rich history. Learn more about this tradition as you enjoy the soothing and familiar melodies.

The luncheon will be held in the Tea Room at 12:00 PM 

followed by the program in the auditorium.

Ham with raison sauce, Roasted brussel sprouts and carrots, 

Mashed sweet potatoes, Gingerbread with lemon sauce.

Paula Steiner………………………………………Chairperson of the Day

Paula Spitzmiller…………………………………..Hospitality

THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Presented by Jack Kortekamp

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January 20, 2024

We’ll explore the ever-changing world of social media including its benefits and risks, especially on our youth’s mental health. What are the latest trends? Which platform (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tik Tok, etc.) might work best for you? If you are interested in promotions or advertising, it’s especially useful to understand specific applications. Your questions will be answered!

Board Meeting at 11:00 am.

Luncheon in the Lecture Room at 12:00 pm.

Meatloaf, Mashed potatoes and gravy, Green beans,

Cherry crisp.

Christine Neitzke…………...Chairperson of the Day

Kathy Turin………………….Hospitality

CINCINNATI’S MEDIA HERITAGE: REMEMBERING OUR BROADCASTING GIANTS

Presented by Mike Martini, Producer/Announcer WMKV/WLHS

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February 17, 2024

This program will celebrate Cincinnati broadcast history with a special emphasis on the radio station WMKV, Ruth Lyons and Paul Dixon and how their legacies are relevant today.  Our speaker is the co-founder of Media Heritage, Inc., the not-for-profit archival library and museum of Cincinnati radio and television history, based at the Voice of America Museum in West Chester.

Board Meeting at 11:00 am.

Luncheon in the Lecture Room at 12:00 pm.

Hot chicken salad, Dilled green beans,

Tomato aspic, Chocolate cake.

Kathy Monahan………….....Chairperson of the Day

Cindy Light…………………..Hospitality

THE “CINCY” BOOK BUS: IGNITING A PASSION FOR READING

Presented by Melanie Moore, Owner.

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March 16, 2024

After teaching for 25 years, Melanie Moore had an epiphany about converting her 1962 vintage Volkswagen pickup truck into a “bookstore on wheels.” She’ll share with us how this came about through a variety of “partnerships,” and how she has used her profits to get books directly into the hands of underserved children. This also led to her opening The Book Bus Depot in Sharonville.

Board Meeting at 11:00 am.

Luncheon in the Lecture Room at 12:00 pm.

Turkey club on croissant with turkey, bacon, swiss, lettuce and tomato,

Orange tomato soup, chips,

Chocolate pudding with whipped cream.

Cindy Browne……………….Chairperson of the Day

Carolyn Ludwig……………..Hospitality

SAVOR THE SOUNDS OF THE SILHOUETTES

Norwood High School Show Choir Directed by Adam Robinson

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April 20, 2024

The Silhouettes are an outstanding small-mixed show choir comprised of thirty singers/dancers. As Norwood High School's premier vocal ensemble, they travel and compete each year and have earned many awards, including multiple Grand Championships! We know you’ll enjoy these dynamic young singers!

Luncheon in the Tea Room at 12:00 pm. 

Followed by the performance in the Auditorium.

Chicken piccatta, Angel hair pasta, Green salad with vinaigrette,

Cannoli-chocolate, cherries, orange zest. 

Sandy Greenwald…………………...Chairperson of the Day

Irene Diesel…………………………..Hospitality

WHAT’S NEXT FOR OUR PUBLIC LIBRARIES?

Presented by Paula Brehm Heeger

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May 18, 2024

Cincinnati and Hamilton County have a rich 170-year history of excellence in providing essential library services to their communities. With 41 public locations and one-million square feet of public space, the system continues to adapt and change to support the ever-growing information needs of its users. This presentation will focus on the ten-year Facility Master Plan designed to bring continuous improvements to the libraries throughout Hamilton County.

Board Meeting at 11:00 am.

Luncheon in the Lecture Room at 12:00 pm.

Brunch buffet: Spinach and cheese quiche, Ham and gruyere quiche,

Green salad, fruit salad, breakfast potatoes,

Peach crisp.

Cheryl Sieve……………….Chairperson of the Day

Diane Barth………………..Hospitality

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Our Organization

The College Club of Cincinnati (CCC) is a group of college-educated women whose mission is 

"to promote a continuing interest and participation in philanthropy, the arts, education, social welfare, and civic improvement."

Meeting Location

College Club of Cincinnati
330 Lafayette Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220

Email

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