Friday, May 25, 2012

Two Cincinnati City Events: Saving Our Homes (Jun 7th) and Crosstown Peace-Out (Jun 9th)

From City Council Member P.G. Sittenfeld:

On Thursday, June 7th, from 5:30-8pm my City Hall office is teaming up with Working in Neighborhoods, The Legal Aid Society, and the Ohio Attorney General's Office to offer a special session titled "Saving Our Homes: An Informational Session on Foreclosure Prevention."

If you or a friend is or may be facing possible foreclosure, then come learn about new opportunities for military families, homeowners coping with unemployment or reduced income, and programs to modify your mortgage. The event will be in Council Chambers at City Hall (801 Plum St, 45202).

On Saturday June 9th, at 12pm my City Hall office is teaming up with 101.1 WIZF TheWiz and the Cincinnati Police Department for a event we're calling The Crosstown Peace-Out. Media personalities, elected officials, and other local celebrities will play in a five-on-five basketball game benefiting the anti-violence cause Project Nehemiah Ceasefire. The event will be at at South Avondale School (636 Prospect Place, Cincinnati, OH 45229). Tickets cost $5, and all proceeds support the cause.

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