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2013 Neighborhood Summit and Kick-off Dinner

Kyle Pope
6:30-8:30, Friday February 15 | $25

Register at www.xavier.edu/cbi by February 11. Since 2002, the Neighborhood Summit has provided information and tools for neighborhood leaders and volunteers to more effectively improve their communities. As Cincinnati enters a new era in which neighborhoods are given more opportunity to create their own vision and implement it, it's much more important that they have the knowledge and resources to do so. Youth will actively participate in summit activities including interactive labs and youth-centered discussion. Finally, there is space to share experiences and lessons and to discuss how citizens will engage in making Cincinnati the greatest city it can be. 



Where: Xavier University
Phone: 513-745-3000
Address: 3800 Victory Parkway
Website: www.xu.edu

Xavier University

3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio
45207
 
A private Jesuit Catholic liberal arts university.
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