After coming in second or third in the Flying Pig Marathon for the last six years, the seventh time proved to be the charm for Anderson High School cross country coach Kerry Lee, who finally won the women’s division of Sunday’s 19th annual Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon. The total registration for all weekend events was 37,244 participants representing all 50 states and 20 countries.
The Delta Gamma Lambda Foundation threw an exquisite Kentucky Derby Party fund-raiser on Saturday at Anderson Pavilion at Smale Riverfront Park. The Foundation is the philanthropic side of the Delta Gamma Lambda chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Last year, the Foundation awarded $19,000 in scholarships to local students.
The motion picture industry, headed by the non-profit Film Cincinnati, contributed $38.3 million to the local economy in 2016, its largest impact yet and twice as much as the industry’s economic impact in 2015.
The 24th annual Cincinnati Women’s Sports Association Annual Awards dinner honored 27 female athletes and women’s sports advocates on Monday at Xavier University featuring Olympic Gold Medalist Mary Wineberg. The event was presented by Oxford Physical Therapy and Flying Pig Marathon.
On Monday, the Cincinnati Women’s Sports Association will honor 27 girls and women for their accomplishments on and off the field over the past year. During FC Cincinnati’s home opener on Saturday, a few of the honorees were able to attend the game and were recognized at half time.
The runway-stopping designs of Jason Wu were the center of attention this week in Cincinnati at a cocktail party hosted by Saks at the home of Chris and Jessica Cicchinelli to benefit the Patty Brisben Foundation for Women’s Sexual Health.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Summerfair collaborated with the Weston Art Gallery at the Aronoff Center to exhibit its popular collection of fair posters and “Summerfair Select: An Exhibition of Aid to Individual Artists (AIA) winners 2014-2016.” Both are on view downtown now through April 23.
Recently retired international soccer legend Abby Wambach was in Cincinnati on Saturday, March 25, where she hosted the Push Kick Soccer Expo, a clinic for children aged 6-12 that was held at Gettler Stadium on the University of Cincinnati campus as part of The Women's Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation's A Conversation With Abby Wambach event.
Supporters of the Cincinnati USA Sports Commission gathered at Ruths Chris at The Banks to watch the first day of March Madness basketball games last Thursday. The fund-raiser benefitted the Sports Commission, which attracts sporting events to Cincinnati.
More than 425 guests representing the leadership and industry of the Greater Cincinnati Auto Dealers Association gathered on Wednesday evening on the opening night of the Cincinnati Auto Expo at Duke Energy Center to raise funds and awareness of child safety.
Pure Romance launched its first-ever luxury brand called Euforia, a romance collection, on Wednesday evening at Hotel Covington. A festive crowd was treated to the unveiling of the exclusive, curated line of romance products and lingerie, exquisitely packaged.