Sunday, August 1, 2004

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•Meetings

Tuesday

Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce: 5 p.m., Tennis Masters Series Stadium, Mason. "Chamber Night at the Tennis Masters Series Western Southern Financial Group." Cost: $35 members; $70 nonmembers. Registration: (513) 579-3111 or register@gccc.com.

Cincinnati Jaycees: 7 p.m., Pleasant Ridge Community Center, 5915 Ridge Road. "Networking the Spidey Way: Casting Your Web." Free. Details: George Brunswick, (513) 779-4673 or www.cincinnatijaycees.org.

Friday

Golden Pond Resources Inc.: 10:30 a.m., PMC, 501 Murray Road, St. Bernard. "Using Evaporation Process Wastewater to Develop a Drinking Water Supply Alternative." Free. Registration: John Madden, (513) 791-9218.

•Seminars

Thursday

Financial: Noon, 3805 Edwards Road, Rookwood Tower. "Fundamentals of Retirement Income Planning." Sponsored by Fidelity Investments. Free. Registration: (800) 642-6977.

Friday

Financial: Noon, Kinker-Eveleigh Building, 7750 Montgomery Road, Kenwood. "How to Position Yourself for the Demographic and Economic Trend Lines That Affect You Financially." Sponsored by Equity Analysts, LLC. Free, box lunch provided but registration required. Kevin Messer (513) 792-5404.

• Where to send notices:

Meetings and seminars must be open to interested nonmembers. Fees cannot exceed $100, and priority is given to non-profit groups. Announcements of meetings and seminars must include time, date and location to be considered for publication. Send to Shirley Dees, the Enquirer, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati, 45202, or email to sdees@enquirer.com. You also may fax items to (513) 564-6991. Deadline to submit items to appear in the following Sunday's editions is noon Wednesday preceding publication. Publication is subject to space availability. Regularly scheduled weekly meeting notices only appear on the last Sunday of each month.




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