July Lunch & Learn to feature Cincinnati Reds Historian

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Attention Cincinnati Reds Fans! Our next Lunch & Learn will be right up your alley.

Our guest presenter for the July Lunch and Learn will be Mr. Greg Rhodes, Team Historian for the Cincinnati Reds.

He was the former manager for the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum, and he has written seven books on the Reds history.

Two of his books won national baseball book awards.

Rhodes grew up in Richmond, Indiana listening to the Reds on radio and learning about the Reds from announcer Waite Hoyt.

This will be the second time Rhodes has honored us with a presentation. Join us on July 25 as Greg tells us about

“REDS BASEBALL FROM THE 1950’S THRU 1960’s”

If you had the pleasure of attending his previous visit, when he shared the “History of the Reds”, then you already know just how knowledgeable Greg is about The Reds! Join us at 11:30 AM for lunch, followed by the presentation at Noon. Reservations are required for lunch. Email nhunter@zoomtown.com or call Nancy at 441-7207.

November Lunch & Learn: Greater Cincinnati’s Veterans Memorials

During November our country has the privilege of celebrating Veterans Day.

In honor of this day, the Nov. 22 Lunch & Learn will feature Blanche Sullivan from the Cincinnati Museum Center. Sullivan’s presentation will be “Greater Cincinnati’s Veterans Memorials.”

Sullivan’s presentation will describe the many memorials and tributes to military personnel from the greater Cincinnati area, and will include a brief history of each memorial.

The featured time span will cover two centuries, from the Revolutionary War to the Gulf Wars.

Please join us for lunch at 11:30 am followed by the presentation at noon.

Anyone interested in attending should call Nancy Hunter at 859-441-7207.

Lunch & Learn to Shed Light on Tri-State Banking History

Ever wonder how Fifth Third Bank got its name? What was the largest denomination printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing? What is currency made of?

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On Tuesday, August 23, we will have a chance to learn the answers to these questions from Mr. John Reusing, former chairman of Fidelity Financial of Ohio and president of Centennial Bank.

After a distinguished career in banking, Reusing served as the Director of Development of the Cincinnati and Hamilton County Library.

His presentation, ON THE BANKS OF THE OHIO” will give us some history on banks in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area.  Reservations are required for Lunch! Lunch begins at 11:30 AM followed by the presentation at noon. Respond by email to nhunter@zoomtown.com or by phone at 859-441-7207 or simply signup in the Narthex.

Lunch and Learns to Focus on Archaeology, Banks and Currency

Remember when Steven Spielberg introduced us to his most famous archaeologist, Indiana Jones? We certainly enjoyed the antics of this fictional character as he searched amid tombs, caves and other exotic locations for clues left behind about the lives of ancient civilizations.

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On Tuesday, July 26, we will have a chance to learn about the real scientific study of archaeology from Dr. Sharyn Jones, chair of the NKU department of anthropology, sociology and philosophy. She will give us a presentation on archaeology in general and share with us some of the research she did this summer in Fiji.

On Tuesday, August 23 our guest presenter will be Mr. John Reusing.

Reusing has served as director of development for the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. In addition, he had a distinguished career in banking as the past president and chairman of the board at Fidelity Financial of Ohio, and president and CEO of Fidelity Federal Savings Bank.

His presentation titled “On The Banks Of The Ohio” will focus on the history of local banks in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area along with the history of currency.

Both events will begin with lunch at 11:30 a.m. with the presentation to follow at noon.

Reservations are required for lunch . There will be a sign-up sheet in the Narthex preceding the event. You may also register by email be sending a message to Nancy Hunter at nhunter@zoomtown.com or by phone at 441-7207.