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    August 02, 2011

    Discover Cincinnati Fall Series to focus on CVG and urban education

    Whether you have lived in the Cincinnati USA area your whole life or moved here recently, Discover Cincinnati USA offers both lifers and newcomers a great way to expand their horizons and learn about where we are today, how we got here and the efforts under way to guide our region into the future.

    Discover Cincinnati USA encompasses three Monday sessions and a Saturday walking/bus tour. Offered as an inexpensive and less intensive alternative to the popular Chamber leadership programs such as Leadership Cincinnati, CChange and WE Lead, the $250 package price for all four sessions is the best way to get an insightful view of the forces shaping the region we call home.

    “This program is for people interested in understanding their community in a fresh way,” says Dan Hurley, Discover Cincinnati tour director and noted local historian, “I hope to see more faces, familiar and not-so familiar, at the fall sessions.”

    “The bus tour was a great experience for me. I have lived here most of my life and have just recently decided to get more involved. This [program] is reinforcing that decision for me.”

      - Discover Cincinnati Spring 2011 participant

    Discover Cincinnati USA | Fall 2011

    Session 1 Metropolitan Cincinnati from 30,000 feet: An introduction to our region, its character and its place in America
    Monday, October 3, 7-9 p.m.
    Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber 

    Session 2 Where the Past and Present Meet the Future: Your tour begins at the top of Carew Tower for an all-day exploration of Cincinnati's past, present and future with noted local historian Dan Hurley
    Saturday, October 8, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cincinnati Walking/Bus Tour 

    Sessions 3 & 4 Reflecting the evolving priorities of our regional plans, Agenda 360 and Vision 2015, experience the proactive efforts in motion in education and transportation.

    Session 3 Can Urban Schools Excel? Taft High School and Cincinnati Bell, A Case Study
    Monday, October 17, 7-9 p.m.
    Taft High School
    Speakers: Jack Cassidy, President & CEO, Cincinnati Bell, Anthony Smith, former Taft High School principal

    Session 4 CVG: The Development of a New Master Plan
    Monday, October 24, 7-9 p.m.
    Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
    Speaker: Candace McGraw, new CEO of CVG

     Fall 2011 Package Cost: $250

    Register online or call 513.579.3111.

    For more information about Discover Cincinnati USA, please contact Dan Hurley at 513.579.3141 or

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