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HCC Annual Family Picnic
Sunday, August 17
4 pm-6:30 pm Stephan Field (corner of Drake and Shawnee Run Roads)
6475 Drake Road in Indian Hill, 45243

$5 per non-student adult

Free for children and Harvard undergraduates

Payable by check to “Harvard Club of Cincinnati”, P.O. Box 8813, Cincinnati, OH, 45208

Please RSVP by August 15

Come help us celebrate the fun of summer at our annual Club picnic! All Harvard alumni, current students, entering freshman and their parents are invited to join us for a casual afternoon of yummy food, lively conversation, and games for the energetic.  Stephan Field has wide open spaces, a playground, a walking trail and courts for tennis, basketball and bocce ball. Park in the lot off Drake Road and find us under the big tree!

Provided:  Hamburgers, metts and veggie burgers on the grill, lemonade, plates and cups. 

Please bring:  Lawn chairs and picnic food to share--last name A-N dessert, O-Z salads and sides, please. 

Questions? Contact Marcy at marcytaylor@post.harvard.edu or call 271-8060.

See you at the park!

The Harvard Law School Association
of Cincinnati

Invites you to join us for a


Friday, August 22, 2014

At Noon

Bring Your Own Brown Bag Lunch – Drinks and Dessert Provided
Business Casual Attire

Event location:
Blank Rome LLP
Fifth and Main
201 East Fifth Street,
17th Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Reservations, Questions and Topic Suggestions:

Please contact
Lori Nuckolls, '86

Lori G. Nuckolls, '86
David T. Croall, '80
Margaret A. Lawson, '82
Ruth I. Rounding, '76

Past Presidents:
Cedric W. Vogel, '71
Stephen D. Strauss, '65

August 22nd

Retired Professor Lowell Schechter of Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law will lead a discussion of children’s rights and Chase’s Children’s Law Clinic. Professor Schechter received his B.A. from New York University and his J.D. '68 from Harvard.

September 26th

Aaron Bernay will guide us in a conversation on issues in the Middle East. Aaron received a Masters Degree in Middle East Studies from Harvard and is an attorney with Frost Brown Todd. Aaron received his undergraduate degree from George Washington University and his law degree from the University of Cincinnati.

The Discussion Group meets on the fourth Friday of most months and is open to all affiliates of Harvard University and their guests. We discuss a diversity of topics and welcome topic suggestions. A discussion facilitator usually leads each session.

Harvard Book Club

7:30 p.m. at the Bronte Bistro in Joseph Beth Bookstore
2692 Madison Road  Cincinnati, OH 45208

We will not have a book club meeting in August due to vacation and travel schedules.   However, we will resume our meetings in September.

September 4, 2014. Sons of Wichita:  How the Koch Brothers Became America's Most Powerful and Private Dynasty, by Daniel Schulman.

Reviews:"[A] riveting biography...fair-minded and inquisitive.  Schulman offers carefully observed details that help flesh out our image of the men whose money has so dramatically remade our politics, revealing much about their motives as well as the demons that haunt them."—The Washington Post

"[C]ompulsively readable... a bias-free book that illuminates two of the most influential figures on the American landscape while telling a remarkable, if cautionary, tale about money, power, and the bonds of brotherhood."—Booklist

"A straightforward, evenhanded and often riveting assessment."—Kirkus

"[I]f you care about politics and the ultimately far more powerful cultural direction of these United States...[this book] is mandatory reading."—Nick Gillespie, The Daily Beast

About the Author

Daniel Schulman is a senior editor in the Washington bureau of Mother Jones, and a founding member of the magazine's investigative journalism team. His work has appeared in the Boston Globe Magazine, Columbia Journalism Review, Psychology Today, Village Voice, and many other publications. He splits his time between Cambridge, Massachusetts and Washington, DC.

For information about the Book Club, contact Steve Strauss, sdstrauss@earthlink.net.

Young Ivies Alumni Club

Ivy Happy Hour    Friday, August 8, 2014        Downtown, TBA
Ivy Lunch    Thursday, August 21, 2014        Downtown, TBA

The Ivy Happy Hour and the Ivy Lunch are excellent ways to meet other Ivy young professionals from a variety of schools, companies, neighborhoods, etc., so please join us if you can! The Cincy Ivy Young Alumni Club is currently looking for members to serve on our Steering Committee and to help manage our Initiatives ("hands on" roles such as coordinating the Ivy Happy Hour, Ivy Lunch, Mentorship and College Coaching programs) and administrative roles (Communications, Membership and Technology). Please contact Sid D'Souza, Club Coordinator at <sid@cincyivy.org>

Questions:  Ask Sid  D'Souza at ivyhappyhour@cincyivy.org
Visit our website www.cincyivy.org

Site or event submissions or questions?  marcytaylor@post.harvard.edu

Upcoming Events:

September Opening Reception
October Fall Luncheon and Joint HLSA/HBS/HCC Luncheon with Bradley Joslove of the US Commercial Service
November The Game and Ideas Worth Sharing
December Holiday Reception
January Family Fun at the Winter Club and Global Networking Night
February Annual Meeting with Vice Provost Dr. Peter Bol
March Spring Luncheon
April Harvard Serves
June Shore Dinner

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