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We are never too old to make a difference

In August, I will be 86. Some would say that's old, but as the years press on, aging, health scares or unforeseen obstacles have never stopped me from wanting to continue the fightfor the disadvantaged or les fortunate in our community. If anything, every day is yet another opportunity and g…

Senior Citizen Prom held at Cedar Village

Teenagers and those who are a bit older shared the dance floor on Sunday. A “Senior Citizen Prom” was held at Cedar Village Retirement Community in Mason Sunday evening. Residents and Mason High School Students danced the night away. The money raised from the prom will go to the Shalo…

Cincinnati Young Adults leading in Legacy Giving

Is legacy giving through wills or retirement plans limited to baby boomers and seniors? Not in Cincinnati: our young adults are taking the lead over most communities nationwide in legacy planning before their 40s. Read more

Nonprofit entrepreneurs explain what "sparked" their life changes

Entrepreneurship and storytelling are popular topics in Cincinnati these days. “The Spark Behind the Change” takes a different approach to both April 29 at Japp's OTR, focusing on social innovation and exploring the inspiration that resulted in new organizations and programs. Read more

March of the Living

Two of our own March of the Living students were featured this morning on FOX19 to talk about their experiences abroad, and the meaning and purpose they took from their journey. View the video