On March 21st, 2017, the West End Community Council has elected new Trustees of the DFWE (Development Fund of the West End) - in alphabetical order:
In the meeting of the Trustees, the new Trustees have chosen these members for the following positions:
Diversity and inclusion at work: Code for Kids bringing schools and communities together to learn STEM, make friends, and build rockets!
African-American students from George Hays-Jennie Porter Elementary and Latino students from Roberts Academy: A Paideia Learning Community met last Saturday to build rockets in the Cincinnati Museum Center and to have fun in the Duke Energy Children's Museum
We thank SHPE Cincinnati, Families Forward, Cincinnati Public Schools, and Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative, end especially Cincinnati Museum Center Youth Programs for their support!
The instructors from Cincinnati Museum Center did a fantastic job engaging the students!!!
Taft IT High School students have been invited to present the Taft Drone Program at the upcoming NAACP General Meeting on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
A member of NAACP saw a video from the TechOlympics presentation, liked that, and invited the team to present it again.
This year 2017 Taft’s Hall Of Fame Inductees are:
The event will be on Friday, April 21, 2017 at
Taft Information Technology High School
420 Ezzard Charles Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45203
Meet and Greet 6-6:30 Program 6:30-8:30.
Tickets are $10.00pp and can be purchase by contacting any Taft Athletic Alumni Committee Member.
West End Speaks Employment Team is hosting an Opportunity Fair on Thursday 3/16/17 from 1p-4p
Attached are the West End Community Council minutes for the February 21st meeting.
Congratulations to John Harshaw, who was today one of four people honored as Glorifying the Lions award winners by the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio.
The Enquirer wrote a very nice article about John and his award!
John is definitely the best and most dedicated historian of West End, who has written several books about the West End - you can read more about his books here
You can also watch his lecture on West End in this video:
Please view the West End Community Council Minutes for January 17th meeting.
Anyone interested in serving on the DFWE Trustee Nomination Committee should contact anyone on the Executive Board, or write to the West End Community Council at P.O. Box 14424, Cincinnati, OH 45250 or email the Corresponding Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The city chose East Westwood, Westwood and the West End as the 2017 Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) recipients.
CINCINNATI – Mayor John Cranley and City Manager Harry Black joined community leaders from East Westwood, Westwood and the West End this morning to announce the 2017 Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) is coming to those neighborhoods.
These are the 23rd and 24th communities to participate in the award-winning program. The NEP will be in East Westwood/Westwood from March through May and in the West End from mid-August to mid-November.
The West End has developed a plan for the community, by the community. The plan was led by Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses in collaboration with community organizations and leaders. The Community Building Institute helped facilitate the planning process.
The development of a neighborhood quality-of-life plan is an important step to getting the community engaged and providing a community-based framework that can be implemented. The community vision is like a roadmap to becoming a healthier, safer and economically stronger neighborhood.
The document below lists scheduled meeting and events. If you are interested in joining a team, please attend an upcoming event or meeting or contact Tia Brown at email@example.com.
FREE COMMUNITY CONCERT, FRIDAY 1/13, 10:00 a.m., CPS Closed on Friday Jan. 13th.
On Friday, January 13, there will be a free community concert presented by the MusicNOW festival at Memorial Hall on Elm Street next to Music Hall. An electronic flyer is below this message and also attached.
The concert will be from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. It's for everyone. Preference will be given to young people 18 and under and adults who accompany them. It is in the morning, because Festival performers are working at the Aronoff Center and the Taft Theater in the evenings. Cincinnati public schools are closed that day.
Please see flyer below.
Attached are West End Community Council minutes from the December 20th meeting.
The next West End Community Council meeting on January 17, 2017.
City Planning Commission to address the St. Vincent de Paul Expansion plan Friday, Dec. 16th at 9am.
We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago.
That’s why our entire community is joining in on the largest learning event in history: The HOUR OF CODE, during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 7-13). More than 136 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code.
The event will take place on:
Monday, Dec. 5th, 2016, 6pm-9pm
Taft Information Technology High School
420 Ezzard Charles Dr, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214
The goal is to to bring together organizations, companies, teachers, as well as children from local schools and their parents, to make them aware of IT opportunities in the global world, and to promote IT Education in Cincinnati.
We'll also have a kids competition (elementary school level) for the fastest expert in Code.org's Frozen, with the winner receiving a gift cards.
Complimentary food and refreshments will be provided.