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Come out to the

3rd annual College Education Fair

Presented by the County Personnel Department and the Regional Alliance of Adult Higher Education (RAAHE)

Have you thought about going to college, but just didn’t have the time to gather the information? Or, have you thought about returning to finish your degree?

Participating Institutions

Then stop by the Hamilton County-RAAHE Education Fair! We want to assist in your effort to go back to college and earn your degree.

At the Education Fair you’ll have the unique opportunity to talk with representatives from local colleges and universi- ties about the educational degree programs they offer that interest you. You’ll have access to continuing education information. You’ll be able to get answers to your ques- tions about scheduling classes, transferring credits, receiv- ing credits for prior work experiences, and financial op- tions.

Cincinnati State College of Mount St. Joseph Indiana Wesleyan University Thomas More College University of Cincinnati University of Phoenix

Wilberforce University Wilmington College Xavier University

You’ll be able to discuss the county’s tuition reimburse- ment benefits with our County Personnel staff.


Thursday, July 28


138 E. Court Street, Lobby

“Best of the Best!”


11:00 am — 2:00 pm


Kim Pennekamp, 946.4705

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” ~ George Eliot

Clean Sweep

Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River is scheduled for Friday, July 22 and Saturday, July 23, 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. Local volunteers will clean up the Great Miami River from Indian Lake to the Ohio River. The cleanup in Butler, Hamilton and Dearborn counties is being coordinated by county agencies, municipalities, townships, companies and conversation groups.

Clean Sweep volunteers will pick up trash, junk and tires that do not belong along the riverbanks. Participating local gov- ernments will dispose of the debris collected. This is a great opportunity to get involved in your community and help clean up the Great Miami River. The event provides an important community service project for groups of all sizes including schools, scouts, churches, clubs and organizations. Pre-registration is available and large groups are encouraged to pre- register. All participants will sign waivers and those 18 years or younger will need a parent or guardian signature.


Brian Bohl, Soil and Water Conservation District, 772.SOIL Bruce Koehler, Friends of the Great Miami, 621.6300 Tim McLelland, Hamilton to New Baltimore Groundwater Consortium, 785.2464


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