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CHRC Annual Luncheon and Award Ceremony

Kyle Pope
Noon-1:30 p.m. , Tuesday May 07 | Free.

The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is recognizing 3 adults and 3 youth community leaders this year at CHRC’s Annual Luncheon and Award Ceremony. The Merlin G. Pope, Jr. Diversity Leadership Award was created in 2003 to recognize individuals in the Greater Cincinnati Area who have demonstrated outstanding commitment and leadership to diversity and inclusion within their organization and/or the community.

 

This year’s winners for the Merlin G. Pope Jr. Diversity Leadership Award are David Singleton, Executive Director of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center, Peter S. Strange, Chairman, Messer Construction and Alicia Tidwell, Senior Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Luxottica Retail.

 

The Youth Achievement Awards were created by CHRC to acknowledge youth in the Cincinnati area that are great leaders and have dedicated their time to public service. The 3 Youth Award winners are Daschia Allen of North College Hill High School, Bradly D’Souza of Sycamore High School and Rohan D’Souza of Sycamore High School.

 

The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission’s Annual Luncheon and Award Ceremony is on May 7, 2013 at Music Hall, 1241 Elm St. from 12:00-1:30 pm. Registration will begin at 11am. The Master of Ceremony will be Courtis Fuller. The luncheon’s keynote speaker will be Cincinnati City Manager, Milton Dohoney Jr. CHRC will also be honoring founders, Judge Arthur and Louis Spiegel and Mr. William Mallory Sr. with the Bishop Hebert Thompson award.

 

The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission is a non-profit organization that deals with human relations issues and discrimination in the City of Cincinnati. For more information on CHRC or to purchase tickets for the Annual Luncheon visit the website at www.chrc.us or call the office at 513-352-3237. 



Where: Music Hall
Phone: 513-744-3344
Address: 1241 Elm St.
Website: www.cincinnatiarts.org

Music Hall

1241 Elm St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
Cincinnati's premiere classical music performance hall. Home to Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, where celebrities galore regularly pop into town to perform everything from Broadway showtunes to modern ear worms. Led by a rotation of well-respected conductors (www.cincinnatipops.org). Also home to Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which has received recognition via international tours (www.cincinnatisymphony.org), Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra, which features area students in grades 9-12 (cincinnatisymphony.org/Content.php?id=23), Cincinnati BoyChoir, which tours the world and performs concerts through the holiday season (www.cincyboychoir.org), Cincinnati May Festival, the oldest choral festival in the Western Hemisphere (German immigrants started it here in 1872)which presents two weeks of glorious singing each May (www.mayfestival.com) and Cincinnati Opera, the nation’s second-oldest opera company which stages four productions every summer with national and international opera stars (www.cincinnatiopera.com).
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