Sunday, November 28, 1999

Be part of group photos of your community




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Would you like to be a part of history this New Year's Day?

        In the coming weeks, Enquirer photographers will take pictures at several well-known locations throughout the Tristate. Everyone in those communities is invited to come and be included in the group photo.

        The pictures will appear in the “2000 Faces of Cincinnati” section that will be published in the Enquirer on Jan. 1.

        Photos will be taken:

        Saturday, downtown Lebanon: Along Broadway Street, the 11th annual Historic Lebanon Christmas Parade, featuring more than 100 horse-drawn carriages, is expected to draw thousands of people. People standing along Broadway during the parade will be included in a photo taken at 1:30 p.m.

        • Dec. 7, Butler County Soldiers, Sailors and Pioneers Monument, Hamilton: A group picture will be taken at 12:30 p.m. at the monument, Monument and High streets.

        • Dec. 11, MainStrasse Village, Covington: Meet at the fountain at noon.

        A photo also will be taken at Eden Park; the time and location will be announced this week.

        If it rains, photos will be rescheduled and a new date announced.

        Come as you are, bring your family and become a part of Tristate millennium history.

       



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