WISDOM & WINE | Wine tasting/Talk/Networking Wine Bistro Worthington | 8231 High St, Columbus, OH 43235 Wednesday, 8/27 @ 6:30 pm From Lonely to Loved: “Middle School All Over Again” Pairing wine tasting & appetizers with inspiring talk and discussion, “Wisdom & Wine” is a new monthly opportunity to connect with others seeking to grow their […]
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The long winding drive provides arriving families a gentle transition from the stressful rigors of cancer treatment.
GETDOT set a fund raising record at our April “Ice in Ice” event at Average Joe’s Upper Arlington.
For some children, present circumstances make future possibilities unclear.
It was wall-to-wall GETDOT at the Brazenhead in Grandview.
The goal is simple, but the impact is significant. By providing area foster kids with happy memories via summer camp experiences, Royal Family KIDS (Franklin County) creates opportunities for long-term mentoring which, in turn, can enable these “at risk” kids a better transition into adult life.
Resolve to make a difference in both your own life and the lives of Columbus area kids by connecting and giving with GETDOT this year.
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One telling sign of a successful, or conversely, stressful event is how quickly networkers work the room and head for the door! When event goers linger by the fire pit to chat just a little longer? That’s connection in action.
When a crucial school levy failed in 2010, concerned Southwestern school district residents regrouped and worked to pass a second funding levy that might still facilitate student development.