Clubs & Organizations
St. Bernard Woman’s Club
The St. Bernard Woman’s Club was established in May, 1967. Please join us to find out what we’re all about. We invite you to an evening filled with food, fun and we offer a variety of guest speakers. Our meetings are held on the second Monday of each month (except in July and August) at 7:00pm in the Main Level of the St. Bernard Municipal Building.
We also have an annual luncheon in May of each year to award two graduating seniors from our local high schools with college scholarships.
For additional information, please call the President, Jeanie Niesen, at 513.641.2101.
2018 St Bernard Womans Club Scholarship Winners Sophia Walden & Daniel Hackney!
Both students are from St. Bernard Elmwood Place High School.
Friars Club is a 156 year old non-profit social service organization dedicated to serving the special needs of Cincinnati’s at-risk children through organized sports, education, nutrition and fitness.
Friars Club was established in Over the Rhine in 1860 to help German Immigrant parents keep their children safe and busy after school. During the great Depression a new facility was built at 65 W. McMillan that continued to serve not only inner-city youth but children all over the Greater Cincinnati area. This building on McMillan located in Clifton, provided a broad scope of programs from prevention to treatment. It housed dependent youth, homeless families, community empowerment programs and youth development programs.
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