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Parliamentarians Meeting

Kyle Pope
10:15 a.m. , Friday March 15 | Free.

The Queen City Unit of the National Association of Parliamentarians will hold there regular meeting on the third Friday, the 15th of March. The Queen City Unit will convene at 10:15 a.m. at the Oakley Library, 4033 Gilmore Road. The lesson for the day will be, "To Postpone a Motion." The lesson will be facilitated by Ms. Annie Beverly, a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians. There no cost to attend. Anyone who is interested in the Newly Revised Roberts Rules of Order and would like to visit or become a member is welcome. Reservations are not necessary, For more information for attendance to regular meetings and membership, please call 513-742-0043 or 859-442-9050.

 



Where: Cincinnati Public Library, Oakley Branch
Phone: 513-369-6038
Address: 4033 Gilmore Ave.
Website: www.cincinnatilibrary.org/branches/oakley.html

Cincinnati Public Library, Oakley Branch

4033 Gilmore Ave.
Oakley, Ohio
45209
 
Library service to the Oakley community began in 1910, when a deposit station opened in Barton's Drug Store. Architect Bernard Fields designed a new 5,000 square foot facility, which was dedicated in May 1989. Design features include skylights and cathedral windows, which provide a bright, airy atmosphere.
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