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Do you like kids? Do you like to play? Do you like to teach? Need service hours? Creciendo Juntos (Growing Together) is looking for volunteers! An after-school Montessori-based program for grades K-2 focusing on Math and Reading, and life skills. … Continue reading
Doing some online holiday shopping? Help out the Carthage Civic League in the process! Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same … Continue reading
Burglaries, Thefts, and Theft from Auto offenses generally increase during the holiday season. Tips to target harden yourself, your home, and your car: If you are going out of town, have a friend or neighbor check on your house. A … Continue reading
Today (Nov. 15th) is the last 2018 Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off day. Can’t make it? No worries – the program will resume on Thursdays in 2019 from March 21st – October 24th (Closed July 4, 2019). Click here for more … Continue reading
Vote! Tomorrow is a very important day all across our country! You can find important election information and download your customized ballot at vote411.org Be sure to get out to the polls! Your vote counts!
Happy Halloween! Official Trick-or-Treating times for our neighborhood are 6-8pm on Oct. 31. Hopefully the forecasted rain will hold off! But just in case, here are some indoor alternatives for your little spooks: October 30: Trick or Treat at IKEA in West … Continue reading
In partnership with the planning department of Cincinnati, members of the Carthage community have been collaborating on a plan for the Neighborhood Business District. This plan outlines goals and action steps for creating a vibrant, walkable business district in our … Continue reading
A group from Public Allies is talking to local people about what assets are in the Carthage community. With this information, they hope to help connect Carthage and bring a greater sense of community to its people. Please answer some questions … Continue reading
On Saturday, April 7th, Greg Landsman’s City Council Office will be hosting a “Budget Basics” community meeting at the Winton Hills Community Center. This meeting is geared towards helping residents understand the budget process, review how money is being spent … Continue reading
Please join your neighbors at the Carthage Christian Church for the next Carthage Civic League meeting. Important information about the neighborhood will be shared and discussed. See you there!