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The Globalization of the U.S.- American Workplace
CLEVELAND: Carl Camden, president and CEO of Kelly Services, Inc. since 2006, will speak on the changing U.S.- American workplace at noon on Friday, July 25, 2008, at The City Club of Cleveland.
Kelly Services, Inc., founded in 1946 and headquartered in Troy, Michigan, offers tempo- rary staffing services, outsourcing, vendor on- site and full-time placement. It operates in 37 countries and territo- ries and provides employ- ment to more than 750,000 employees annu- ally.
Prior to joining Kelly in 1995, Camden was se- nior vice president and di- rector of Corporate Mar- keting for KeyCorp, served as co-president of Wyse Advertising in Cleveland, and was co- founder and co-owner of North Coast Behavioral Research Group. He also served as associate pro- fessor in the Communica- tions Department at Cleve- land State University.
of Business. Camden served on the Advisory Committee on Employee Welfare and Pension Benefits from 2000 through 2002.
Camden is the recipient of the Individual Citation Award from the International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) for 2004 and 2005 and 2004 William L. Heartwell, Jr. Award from the National
Association Workforce (NASWA).
of State Agencies
This Friday Forum is sec- ond in the 2008 KeyBank Diversity Thought Leader- ship Series. Upcoming speakers include: Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, chair of the board of the Johnnetta B. Cole Global Diversity and Inclusion Institute (Septem- ber 5) and Deborah Dagit, chief diversity officer, Merck & Co. Inc. (Novem- ber 21).
Tickets are $18 for mem- bers and $30 for non-mem- bers. Lunch is included. They can be purchased by calling The City Club at 216.621.0082 or visiting the website at www.cityclub.org.
In 2006, Camden was appointed to the Ameri- can Staffing Association’s board of directors, has served on the Labor Advisory Coun- cil of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago since 1997, and serves on the Board of Visitors of Duke University Fuqua School
Cleveland Plus: Turning the Corner in University Circle
Civic and private-sector partners, who are working and investing in the Univer- sity Circle area, discussed development in the Circle on July 23, 2008, at The City Club of Cleveland. Yvette Ittu, executive VP, finance
and operations, at the Greater Cleveland Part- nership and vice president at Cleveland Development Advisors, served as mod- erator.
According to develop- ers, private, public, and philanthropic investment are converging to create the “perfect real estate and economic development storm” in University Circle. Building on the strength of the health care industry, arts, cultural and education facilities, Uni- versity Circle continues its transformation with more than $3 billion of invest- ment and new job creation in the thousands.
Panelists are: Wes Finch, president of The Finch Group; Ari Maron, partner at MRN Ltd., Chris Ronayne, president of Uni- versity Circle Inc., and Randy Stickler, president and CEO of Charter One Bank
“Cleveland Plus: Turn- ing the Corner” is a four- part series, in partnership with the Greater Cleveland Partnership, that focuses on physical and economic development projects that are helping the Cleveland Plus economy “turn the corner” toward sustain- able, long-term prosperity. Other programs in the se- ries include Infrastructure and Transportation (9/10) and Transforming the Region’s Economy (12/ 17).
Model war frigate to be unveiled at library
On July 25, 2008, the Toledo-Lucas County Pub- lic Library unveils a nearly 200-year-old model war- ship on long-term loan by the LeBoutillier family. This 11:00AM event takes place at the Children’s Li- brary at Main Library, 325 Michigan St., Toledo.
LeBoutillier family and Li- brary officials will speak during the news conference about the recently refur- bished model, which fea- tures detailed masterwork and represents a two-deck, 60-cannon fighting ship. The public is welcome to
The model was built in 1820 by Thomas LeBoutillier, who lived on the English Channel island of Guernsey, located some 30 miles from the north coast of France and 70 miles from the south coast of En- gland.
The French model warship’s measurements are 65 inches x 82.5 inches x 17.5 inches and it is lo- cated in the Read Aloud Room in the Children’s Li- brary. A special cabinet was built to house the recently refurbished model, known as a war frigate.
A frigate is known as a medium-sized warship with three masts and square sails. The most famous American frigate is the USS
The model warship, known for its painstakingly detailed rigging, has had many travels. In 1912, it was donated to the Metro- politan Museum of Art. In 1931 The Marine Museum of New York City borrowed it for an exhibit on the his- tory of New York’s port. Damaged, it was returned to the Metropolitan Mu- seum in 1942.
In 1953 the family re- quested the model back. Philip LeBoutillier Jr. oversaw an extensive restoration by Gael Fisher and placed it in the Toledo Zoological Society Mu- seum.
In 1990 it was moved to the Melvin Pelfrey Build- ing. In 1994 Philip LeBoutillier, Jr., provided it on permanent loan to the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library. The model war frigate spent time in the late 1990s on display in the Library’s Local His- tory Department before being refurbished for its current display in Children’s Library.
For more details, please call 419.259.5207.
Woman falls off boat, dies just off Cedar Point
SANDUSKY, July 17, 2008 (AP): A woman who fell off a 54-foot pleasure boat into Lake Erie has died.
Operators of a tow boat pulled the woman out of the water near Cedar Point amusement park.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says Susan Vastag of Sandusky was pronounced dead at a Sandusky hospital Wednesday night.
Dragon Boat Festival to benefit Partners In Education
The operator of the tow boat says she was uncon- scious when he pulled her from the water.
An autopsy to determine the cause of death is scheduled for Friday.
TOLEDO: The 7th An- nual Partners In Educa- tion Great Maumee River Dragon Boat Festival takes place on Saturday, July 26, 2008 at Interna- tional Park, downtown To- ledo.
Forty-five teams are scheduled to participate in the festival. The 40-foot, Hong Kong style Dragon Boats, complete with dragon head and tail, will be cruising up and down the Maumee River from 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. A team is comprised of twenty crew members, with a steersman and a drummer. Each team paddles a 500-meter course, racing against three other boats.
Each team participates in three races, with first round times determining the second round and championship races. Tro- phies will be awarded in various industries, ranging from media to finance.
Partners In Education is a non-profit organiza- tion that encourages area businesses, government, organizations and other groups in the Toledo-area urban schools. Partner- ships address the needs of the schools they serve, with the goal of promoting stu- dent success. There are over 140 school-commu- nity partnerships in area schools. Proceeds from the event will provide program support to these partner- ships and area schools.
A complete schedule of the festival activities appears at www.laprensa1.com or visit: www.partnerstoledo.org/ dragonboat.html
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