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MANNY Awards

Cincy Magazine hosted the 13th annual MANNY Awards June 13 at JACK Casino downtown. The MANNY Awards recognize the manufacturing industry’s greatest accomplishments and, in doing so, honor local companies for their innovation and best practices. This year, the Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded posthumously to Gilbert Richards, founder of Richards Industries. The event was sponsored by VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm, EGC Design/Build, Commerce Bank and Wood Herron & Evans. The community sponsors were Clermont County Department of Community and Economic Development, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and NKY Chamber of Commerce. 1 About 200 people attended the event. 2 Dan von Allmen, Andrew Cothrel, Robert Dunki-Jacobs, Emily von Allmen and John Hart 3 Kristin Leadingham and Janessa Huffman 4 Spencer Mapes 5 Michele Mischler and Chad Martin 6 Jodi Bertram and Dawn Juriga

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Scene Cedar Village Senior Living Book Creation Cedar Village Senior Living recently celebrated the culmination of work started in 2016 with the publication of its residentcreated book, Follow Me Beyond the Tree. Resident Life Coordinator Nancy Kirkham and art therapist Jessica Sebastian worked with residents to brainstorm, write and illustrate the story that takes inspiration from the community. The project was funded by the Harkavy Fund, which was created in 2005 in memory of Frank Harkavy to enrich the lives of the residents of Cedar Village Senior Living through special programs, classes and activities through art and music.

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1 The cover of Follow Me Beyond the Tree 2 Jessica Sebastian and Nancy Kirkham 3 Residents worked together to create the book’s artwork. 4 Jessica Sebastian reading the book with a resident. 3

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Patriot Cup The 2019 Patriot Cup, the fifth annual clay shooting event held May 17 by BBB’s Center for Ethics at the Sycamore Sportsman’s Club, had several individual attendees and registered squads put their sharpshooting skills to the test to help support the center’s programs. The center works to foster the future of the marketplace by providing scholarship opportunities for high school students, training initiatives for open-minded workers and acknowledgement for organizations with ethical operations.

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1 The team from Basement Doctor 2 Ken Anton, Valley Refrigeration, was the highest male shooter. 3 Shanon Hegarty, McCain and Associates, was the highest female shooter. 4 Lunch was included with the event. 5 Dino Costanzo and the Nationwide Insurance team were the winning team. 3

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Scene Cincinnati SneakerBall The second annual Cincinnati SneakerBall was held May 10 at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. Presented by Bigger Than Sneakers, Inc. (BTS) and powered by Corporate sneaker boutique, Cincinnati SneakerBall is a celebration of sneaker culture featuring art, live music, a silent auction and the opportunity to connect with top professionals, influencers and sports figures in the city. This year’s Cincinnati SneakerBall helped further BTS’ mission in the community by supporting the Children’s Hospital Charitable Care Fund. 1 Guests were asked to pair sneakers with their formal evening wear. 2 The event raised funds for the Children’s Hospital Charitable Care Fund. 3 The event is always held on the Friday before Mother’s Day. 4 The event celebrates sneaker culture for charity. 5 The event was held within Union Terminal. 6 The best attire and sneaker combinations received SneakerBall King and Queen trophies.

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Scene Ohio Manufacturing Summit On May 16, Ohio Business and Cincy magazines hosted the second annual Ohio Manufacturing Summit at Centre Park of West Chester. The event brought together a panel of the region’s most qualified thought leaders to share their insights into talent-related challenges. The event was moderated by Knox Machinery’s Greg Knox and the event panelists were Andreas Brockman, Festo Didatic; Dean Kales, Grob Machining Systems; Debby Combs, Partners for a Competitive Workforce; and Robin Rutschilling, Clippard Instrument Laboratory Inc. The event was sponsored by VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm, EGC Design/Build, Commerce Bank and Great Oaks Career Campuses. The community partner was Tri-State Tooling & Manufacturing Association. 1 Moderator Greg Knox and panelists Andreas Brockman, Festo Didatic; Dean Kales, Grob Machining Systems; Debby Combs, Partners for a Competitive Workforce; and Robin Rutschilling, Clippard Instrument Laboratory Inc. 2 Randy Cloran, Joe Besl and Ken Baker 3 Traci Spencer, Paul Collura and Maura Korn 4 Laura Sage, Emily Larsh and Debby Combs 5 Michael Carr and Todd Marallen

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Scene Great Oaks Signing Day This year Great Oaks Career Campuses and other area career-technical schools honored graduating students with Signing Days as they committed to employers and prepared to begin the career for which they’re certified. Signing Day took place in May at all four Great Oaks career campuses. Hundreds of parents, employers and students gathered as 273 seniors committed to area employers. From health care to automotive technology to veterinary assisting and more, students from 12 career programs stepped on stage to begin their journey.

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1 A Great Oaks student signed with Cooper Electric. 2 Signing Day at Laurel Oaks 3 Several Great Oaks Live students signed with a technology company. 4 Several students at Scarlet Oaks signed with Honda.

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Cincinnati Royal Ball The first annual Cincinnati Royal Ball was held June 15-16 (Father’s Day Weekend) at The Friars Club. The event was designed to provide networking and charitable opportunities through competitive basketball. The Cincinnati Royal Ball also showcased basketball-related companies on the sidelines. Local vendors had the opportunity to share their products with over 700-plus spectators and this year’s event contributed over $10,000 to The Friars Club.

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1 Founder of the event, Professional Overseas player and Former Princeton Vikings Mark Dorris Jr. with the ball and Jordan Sibert #18 (Blue) Current Atlanta Hawks NBA Player. 2 This event featured 30-plus professional basketball players from the area. 3 The Friars Club was the featured charitable organization.

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Scene Art of Making Memories More than 500 guests crowded the pavilion level of JACK Cincinnati Casino, helping raise nearly $200,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati at the annual Art of Making Memories spring benefit on May 16. Guests enjoyed dinner, beer and wine, live entertainment and the opportunity to view and bid on Memories in the Making artwork and other auction items. Inspired by the Alzheimer’s Association’s Memories in the Making art program, the benefit featured the work of individuals in the early to middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias through a special exhibit. Local12 anchor and health reporter Liz Bonis was program emcee. 1 1 Liz Bonis and Jim Scott 2 Mo the ALZephant with Jim and Donna Leer 3 Bengals mascot Who Dey stopped by to hangout with party guests. 4 Warm98.5’s Amanda Orlando and Jim Day were the celebrity auctioneers. 5 Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati Executive Director Paula Kollstedt and Jeff Smith 6 Guests were invited to bid on Memories in the Making artwork and other auction items.

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