Saturday, August 26, 2000

Families feted in Woodlawn




By Allen Howard
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        WOODLAWN — Family Day will start with a prayer today on the deck of the village pool.

        Mayor Susan Upton Farley's 9 a.m. prayer breakfast will kick off a weekend of activities for the 8th Annual Family Day in this Hamilton County village.

        “We expect to have booths from such groups as the Cincinnati Water Works, the Park District, the library and the Citizens Committee on Youth (CCY),” Mayor Farley said.

        She said CCY, a youth job-training agency, will be able to sign up suburban kids for its program.

        “We will also honor a prominent family of Woodlawn at the breakfast,” she said. She would not reveal the name of the family.

       



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