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  • City Of Reading
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  • Village Of Woodlawn

    Woodlawn offers residents and visitors quiet peaceful community life. Located just outside Cincinnati, one can find nearby all the commerce, culture and urban thrills you expect in a city and more. Professional theater abounds in the Greater Cincinnati Area with opportunitie...

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  • Village Of Lockland

    History: Lockland celebrated the 150th anniversary of it's Incorporation in 1999! Lockland's development was the direct result of it's location on the Miami-Erie Canal. Following construction of four locks on the canal, the community was plotted in 1828 by Nicholas Longwort...

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  • Village Of Golf Manor

    History: During the 1800's, Golf Manor was an oasis of farms and green, grazing lands. The people were as industrious and frugal as Pennsylvania Dutch. They had the drive to work dawn to dusk in their fields and barns. When winter came, they repaired their tools, mended fen...

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  • Norwood City School District

    History: The land which is now known as Norwood was part of a million acres purchased in 1787 by John Cleves Symmes. He paid 66 cents per acre. By 1809, a weary traveler could find rest and food at Bowman's Tavern, a coach stop at Smith and Montgomery roads. About 50 perso...

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  • Bond Hill Branch Library

    Branch History Library service to Bond Hill began in 1899, when a deposit station opened in the community. The deposit location moved to a storeroom at the corner of Oakdale and California Roads in 1930 and, three years later, relocated to a temporary location in th...

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  • Cincinnati Black Theatre Company

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Cincinnati Black Theatre Company is to keep alive the spirit of Black Theatre by offering top-notch theatrical productions, performance and employment opportunities, children’s theatre, educational programs and community outreach ...

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  • Zion United Church Of Christ

    Our Faith Zion's mission is simple, "To love God and share Christ's love with all people". We believe in a God of Love and Mercy and seek to practice that in our relations with all people. There is a strong emphasis on service and we provide opportunities for ever...

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  • Ashland Avenue Baptist Church

    Beliefs: We believe the Bible is God’s Word and not just “inspired” but sufficient for each of us to be equipped to handle every problem of life, and that It is our final Authority. We believe that the King James Version of the Bible is the most accurate E...

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  • Crossroads Community Church of Cincinnati

    Our mission: Connecting seekers with a community of growing Christ-followers....

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  • Norwood Chamber Of Commerce

    The constant purpose of the Norwood Chamber of Commerce, located in Norwood Ohio, shall be to advance all of the business, professional, civic, and cultural interest of the City of Norwood under the democratic system of free, competitive enterprise; To encourage unselfishly...

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  • Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce

    The Mission of our organization is to promote the continued growth and development of the Hispanic/Latino business community in the Tri-State area. The Chamber works closely with profit and nonprofit area businesses as well as the local and state Chambers of Commerce and the...

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  • Reading Chamber Of Commerce
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  • Bi-Okoto Cultural Institute

    Our mission is to preserve and share the heritage of Africa by using traditional arts as an educational tool to promote cultural awareness in communities globally.We envision a world where individuals, families and communities take pride in their cultural heritage while appr...

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  • Hamilton County Genealogical Society Of Ohio

    Mission: The mission of the Hamilton County Genealogical Society of Ohio  is to take an active role in supporting collection and preservation of Hamilton County, Ohio records for use in genealogical research....

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  • Over-The-Rhine Community Center
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  • Oakley Branch Library

    Library service to the Oakley community began in 1910, when a deposit station opened in Barton’s Drug Store. A full-service branch opened in rented quarters near the 20th Century Theater in 1926. In 1940, a permanent branch library was established at the corner of Gilm...

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  • St. Cecilia School

    Mission: St. Cecilia School is dedicated to the Church mission of proclaiming the word of Jesus Christ and to the development of each child spiritually, intellectually, socially, and physically. About Us: St. Cecilia School: Educating and Inspiring Children Since 1913 St....

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  • Norwood Branch Library

    History Library service in the Village of Norwood began in 1898, when the Cincinnati and Hamilton County library system established a book delivery station in a drugstore. The current building, completed in 1907, was built with funds donated by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation...

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  • Pleasant Ridge Branch Library

    History: A local literary society formed the Pleasant Ridge Library Association in 1879. Members purchased shares, while non-members paid a small annual fee to borrow books. When Pleasant Ridge became a village in 1891, the library moved to a room in the Town Hall. The prac...

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  • Reading Branch Library

    History Library service has been available in the community since April, 1927 when the Reading Branch opened for business. The branch was managed jointly with the Lockland Branch Library (on Williams Street). In 1965, the Lockland and Reading Branches merged and moved into a...

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  • Wyoming Branch Library

    History The Wyoming Branch opened in 1959, replacing village libraries, which had been in operation in various locations throughout Wyoming and Hartwell since 1900. Originally named the Bonham Branch in honor of Judge Frank Bonham, a prominent Wyoming citizen and former lib...

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  • Roselawn Branch Library

    History The Roselawn Branch opened for business in November, 1951. At that time, it was located in the Roselawn Center Building on Section Road. Approximately ten years later, the branch was expanded to twice its original size and a separate children's room was added to the...

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  • City Of Wyoming

    History: On April 4, 1861, Colonel Robert Reily held a meeting in his home for the purpose of naming the Village. The name "Wyoming" was selected because the Village reminded early settlers of a beautiful spot in Pennsylvania that was called Wyoming. In 1874,...

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  • Now U No Publishing Company

    Now U No Publishing is a religious-based publisher specializing in book publishing for Christian, inspirational, poetry and children's book authors across the United States of America.  Our Headquarters is conveniently located along the border of the Greater Cincinnati-...

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  • Reading Community Schools
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  • Wyoming Avenue Farmers' Market

    About Us:Wyoming Avenue Farmers' Market is a non-profit, producer-only, volunteer-run business committed to offering local, consumable products to our neighbors. Our Market carries organic and sustainably-raised fruits, vegetables, eggs and meats, and carefully produced cott...

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  • Tailgate Markets Inc

    Market Hours: June, 2016 - October, 2016Monday,3PM - 7PMFriday, 3:30PM - 7PM Location: 5935 Ridge Road...

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  • Wyoming Police Department

    By instilling the core values set forth by the Wyoming Police Department, the WPD is proud to say that Wyoming is one of the safest cities in the Cincinnati area.   The mission of the Wyoming Police Department, in partnership with the community, is to protect life ...

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