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Events : Puerto Rican Cultural Society celebrates its 30th Anniversary
Posted by admin on 2008/4/8 13:30:00 (2260 reads)

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On Saturday, April 5th, the Dayton's Puerto Rican Cultural Society celebrated its 30th Anniversary. 

In the year 1977, several Puerto Rican residents of the Dayton metropolitan area became quite concerned about the lack of knowledge about Puerto Rico throughout the Miami Valley region. For this reason, the Puerto Rican Cultural Society of Dayton was organized in March 1978 by Puerto Ricans residing in Dayton, Centerville, Fairborn, Huber Heights, Englewood, Beavercreek, Kettering, Bellbrook and other surrounding communities.  It was incorporated as a non-profit organization under the laws of the state of Ohio. In 1983, the Internal Revenue Service approved the tax-exempt t[501( c ) 3] status of the Society. As stated in its constitution, the objectives of the Society are to promote the heritage and culture of Puerto Rico and also to provide the people of the Dayton metropolitan area with information about Puerto Rico.  This information includes but is not limited to such topics as history, geography, culture, music, sports, economics, politics, education and heritage.
 
Over the 30 years of its existence, the Puerto Rican Cultural Society became the premier Latino organization in Dayton. 

At this event they recognized several volunteers and supporters who helped to promote the culture of Puerto Rico throughout the Dayton community. Dolores Quinones and Wilma Blair received the 2007 Legacy Awards, City of Dayton Department of Recreation and Youth Services received the 2007 Community Supportens Award. And Premier Health Partners received the 2007 Business Sponsor Award.

There was also a great food, camaraderie, and entertainment by Son del Caribe.

Also present were Montgomery County Commissioners: Judy Dodge, and Dan Foley, who also was the Keynote Speaker.

Congratulations to Puerto Rican Cultural Society  on their 30th Anniversary, and on the very successful Gala Dinner.

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Events : Tiempo Libre @ Springifield, OH (April 4th, 2008)
Posted by admin on 2008/4/3 11:30:00 (2051 reads)

One of the hottest young Latin bands today, Miami-based Tiempo Libre are true modern heirs to the rich musical tradition of their native Cuba with imaginative, high-voltage Latin jazz and seductive rhythms of their distinctive timba.

Tiempo Libre combines the talents of seven friends, all of them accomplished musicians in their own right and dedicated to creating a new musical style by fusing their diverse talents with a unique mix of jazz, traditional Cuban, and Afro-Cuban music. Since 2001, the group has been touring nearly non-stop, building a reputation as one of the top timba bands in the US with an energetic stage presence that is guaranteed to have audiences dancing in the aisles! They recently performed in Cincinnati, and the concert was awesome!!!!

They will be performing on Friday, April 4th, in Springifield, OH, at 7:30 PM.

But the party starts at 6:00 PM in the Lobby with free appetizers and a cash bar and a free Salsa lesson!!! 

The After-Party, with a lot of Cuban music will be in Dayton's CREAM Night Club, (850 N. Main St., Dayton, OH)

For more Info and ticktets: click here...

MidwestLatino will be giving away FREE TICKETS. To register for a ticket raffle, click here

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Events : ZUMBA @ International Center of Greater Cincinnati Fundraiser (Thursday, April 3)
Posted by admin on 2008/4/2 13:40:00 (2157 reads)

International Center of Greater Cincinnati will have a Fundraiser on Thursday, April 3rd, from 4:30-7:30pm at the Blue Wisp

The International Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC) is a non-profit organization helping immigrants, refugees, and asylees in the Cincinnati area with problem-solving and access to social services when appropriate. The Center is open to everyone, regardless of their ethnic background, religion, or immigration status.

There will be  FOOD, SILENT AUCTION, INTERNATIONAL DANCING

SALSA MUSIC BY ZUMBA:

http://www.bbkproductions.com/images/zumba02sml-b.jpg

What does the International Center of Greater Cincinnati do?

  • Assist refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants learning the ropes of living in the U.S.
  • Provide orientation and access to services, customs, and laws in the U.S.
  • Respond to physical and mental health emergencies within the international community.

Blue Wisp is located at

318 East Eight Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-241-9477 (WISP)

To Purchase Tickets, or to Make a Donation, call or email:

Natalie @ 513-344-0915 or
fairalbright@hotmail.com

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Community : LULAC Legal Fund has arrived!!!
Posted by admin on 2008/3/31 14:00:00 (1967 reads)

 

Dear Friends and Community Leaders,

After much planning and anticipation, it is our pleasure to announce the creation of the LULAC Legal Fund of Greater Cincinnati.  Over the next few months, we will be hosting two socials/mixers (refreshments and appetizers) to educate the community, recruit potential Legal Fund board members, and raise funds.  Attached you will find details on the history and structure of our Legal Fund.  Please take a few minutes to review this information.

The following locations should provide individuals from across the greater Cincinnati/NK area an opportunity to attend:

Cincinnati

 

Friday, April 25th, 2008 from 8pm-10pm

Jason Riveiro, Host
Lourdes Ribera, Co-Chair

Joseph Williams Home Store
550 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45202

513-482-1814

Click here to RSVP

Mason

Saturday, May 24th, 2008 from 8pm-10pm

Ana Mallen, Host
Tony Simms-Howell, Co-Chair

4666 Forest Ridge Dr. Mason OH 45040

513-641-6153

Click here to RSVP

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Events : Open House "A Todo Tango" (Sun., April 13th, 2008)
Posted by admin on 2008/3/29 11:30:00 (1717 reads)

Mango-Arts Salon Tango

Mason and Cincinnati will have now its very own traditional Latin Spot where you not only can get the most beautiful Latin Craft to take with you but also the most valuable quality time to spend as you learn Tango Argentino and Salsa Cubana.
 
Come to join us for Mango-Arts Salon Tango Open House

The Fiesta will be Sunday April 13th with  a program of activities from 2 to 6pm. You can visit the Craft Gallery since 11am. We will have free Tango and Salsa Lessons, exhibitons and dancing.

It is all about Latin Culture: Crafts, Music and people learning our traditional dances. These dances will be taught by Patricia Paz from Salsa Tango Son.

Argentine Tango and Cuban Salsa will be main event of this Opening and we will have more activities to offer very soon. This will be not only a "salon de baile"  but a "salon para la cultura Latina" where you will breath art, art and more art by being sorrounded by history and authenticity.

Everybody is invited! /Estan todo invitados!
Spread the word among  your friends and family in Mason and Cincinnati.
Cordially,

Patricia Paz                                                   Francisco Marziano
Salsa Tango Son                                            Mango Arts
Instructor                                                     Owner
 
OPEN HOUSE PROGRAM
Sunday April 13th, 2008

Mango Arts Salon Tango
651 Reading Rd, Mason OH 45040
(US42, across from St Susana Church, North of Tylersville Rd)
PH: 513-204-5934
 
-11am: Mango-Arts Latin Craft Gallery
-2 to 2.30pm: Free Salsa Lesson
-3 to 3.30pm: Free Tango Lesson
-3.30pm to 6pm: Free Open Milonga (dance) and Exhibitions

We will provide with Soda and Snacks.

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Events : Havana Nights @ Havana Martini Club (March 26, 2008)
Posted by admin on 2008/3/27 13:30:00 (1566 reads)

   

    

Happy Birthday to Marilyn, Pam, and Tyra!!!  And Farewell to Sasha Rionda! Check out the video above of their Birthday/Farewell dance! 

More pictures are in the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery (click here...)

HOTTEST Wednesday nights with hottest Salsa dancers in town - the "Havana Nights".  In the most classy Salsa location in town, according to Cincinnati Enquirer!!!

With FREE admission, FREE dance lessons, Cincinnati's BEST Salsa dancers, and the BEST Latino DJ in town, the legendary Rudy Alvarez, spinning the hottest Salsa, Merengue, and Bachata music, this is the undisputed place to be on Wednesday nights... 

Havana Martini Club is located on 5th St., between Race St. and Vine St.

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Events : Columbus Salsa Competition (Thu. April 10th)
Posted by admin on 2008/3/25 14:10:00 (1600 reads)

 

On Thursday, April 10th, Columbus will have the first preliminaries of its Salsa Contest, with the next one on April 17th, and the big Final on April 24th. There will be Cash prizes!!!!

There will be also a free dance lesson from 10 PM - 11 PM. 

The contest will be in Spice Club, located at 495 Park St., in the Arena district. 

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Community : Sasha Rionda leaving Cincinnati
Posted by admin on 2008/3/23 14:50:00 (3277 reads)

 

Sasha Rionda, our beloved Hispanic Anchor/Reporter of 'Nuestro Rincon', Local 12 WKRC, will be leaving Cincinnati and returning to Atlanta.   She's made a difference in our city, especially in the Latino community, and we'll be missing her dearly.

Sasha didn't want to leave the city without saying "Goodbye" to her friends, so on Wednesday, March 26th, from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM we'll be hosting Sasha's Farewell Party at the Havana Martini Club!  After that, there will be Salsa dancing till 1:00 AM, including a special Farewell Dance with Sasha!

Please save the date!!!

Details will follow soon... 

Prior to the party, there are several other activities recognizing Sasha and her contributions to Latino community:

1) Hora Latina

On This coming Sunday March 23 starting at 5:00pm on the Hora Latina radio show Sasha Rionda will be the special invited guest. We are asking those who wish to call in and wish her well to call 749-1230 for on the air salutation.(Spanish or English) La Hora Latina is on 1230AM-WDBZ 5:00pm to 6:00pm. You can also hear the pod cast on the internet on www.1230thebuzz.com if you live outside the 275 loop. Please help us express our appreciation for all the wonderful work Sasha has done on behalf of our Latino community. Hope to hear from you on Sunday.

2) Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA

 The following Tuesday, on March 25ththere will be a Farewell at the monthly meeting of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, which is 6:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.

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Events : DanceBrazil coming to Cincinnati This Saturday - March 22, 2008
Posted by admin on 2008/3/20 18:10:00 (13177 reads)

  

The amazing dance group "DanceBrazil" delivered a great performance on Saturday March 22, 2008 at 7:30 pm at Cincinnati Music Hall. Presented by the Cincinnati Chapter of the Links, Incorporated, "DanceBrazil" performed for the first time in Cincinnati. "DanceBrazil" is an electrifying example of the globalization of dance. It offers the best of traditional and contemporary Afro-Brazilian dance, including the sensational martial arts form of capoeira.

The performers of "DanceBrazil" have thrilled audiences around the world for more than 25 years with their unique dance style, and it did the same in Cincinnati. This one of a kind event should not be missed!

    

The AFTER-PARTY with a live Brazilian band "Magia Tropical" was at Havana Martini Club.

   

This event was presented by Cincinnati Chapter of the Links, Incorporated and sponsored by Macy's.

All proceeds of this event benefited charitable programs and services of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Links, Incorporated. The Links, Inc. is a volunteer service organization of committed women concerned with contributing to the formulation of a positive, productive and culturally diverse society. The Links, Inc. also focuses on education, cultural enrichment, health and wellness and civic involvement. This focus is implemented through strategies such as in public information and education, economic development and public policy.

As part of this event, Cincinnati Chapter of The Links, Incorporated presented Community Service Awards to following individuals:

James Anderson, Cincinnati Bengals Coach;
Michael Beck, President/Founder, MidwestLatino
Marvel Gentry Davis, President, ballet tech cincinnati
Joe and Susan Pichler, local philanthropists (Joe is retired CEO/Chairman of Kroger Co.)
Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth,
civil rights activist 

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Business : P&G Awarded One of the Top 50 Companies for Latinas
Posted by admin on 2008/3/20 7:10:00 (3698 reads)

 

For the tenth consecutive year, P&G was selected by LATINA Style magazine as one of the top 50 companies for Latinas to work for in the U.S. Since its inception in 1998, the Latina Style 50 Report has become the most respected evaluation of corporate America’s career development opportunities for Latinas, setting the standard for corporate America’s sensitivity to the needs and goals for professional Hispanic women in the workplace.  More than 800 of the most prominent corporations in the United States are included each year in the extensive survey.

The awards ceremony was held on February 7th in Washington D.C. during the Diversity Leaders Conference.

Keynote speakers included Elaine L. Chao, U.S. Secretary of Labor and Congressman Joe Baca, Chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. Patricia Perez-Ayala, Vice President North America Fem Care and Lourdes Ribera, Multicultural External Relations accepted the award on behalf of the Company. Procter & Gamble received special recognition for Patricia’s outstanding participation in two panels: Nurturing Excellence-- Developing Latina Executive Talent and Sr. Executive Round Table -- Diversity as a Business Impe

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Events : Havana Nights @ Havana Martini Club (March 19, 2008)
Posted by admin on 2008/3/20 1:10:00 (1354 reads)

   

    

Happy Birthday to Lisa!!!! Check out the video above of her Birthday dance! 

More pictures are in the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery (click here...)

HOTTEST Wednesday nights with hottest Salsa dancers in town - the "Havana Nights".  In the most classy Salsa location in town, according to Cincinnati Enquirer!!!

With FREE admission, FREE dance lessons, Cincinnati's BEST Salsa dancers, and the BEST Latino DJ in town, the legendary Rudy Alvarez, spinning the hottest Salsa, Merengue, and Bachata music, this is the undisputed place to be on Wednesday nights... 

Havana Martini Club is located on 5th St., between Race St. and Vine St.

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Business : Connecting Firms with Hispanic Talent
Posted by admin on 2008/3/19 14:30:00 (2124 reads)

NSHMBA Cincinnati  

Are you a professional looking for a new career, or a student looking for a great position following graduation or a summer internship?

An upcoming NSHMBA event, “Connecting Firms with Hispanic Talent”, sponsored by Duke Energy, and hosted by Xavier University,  will give you an opportunity on Saturday, April 5th, from 11 AM - 4 PM to meet with representatives from local companies across the Greater Cincinnati area.  The agenda includes lunch with company representatives, a brief company profile by each attending company, and finally, while company representatives stay at their respective tables, candidates rotate on scheduled timing between all the tables.  You’ll have an opportunity to meet all the company representatives.  This format provides a much more personal approach than a standard career fair.  Plan to arrive on time and stay until the end when we’ll raffle off some great prizes.

Last year we had companies such as Procter & Gamble, Fifth Third, Deloitte, Cintas, Kroger, and American Family Insurance, participating in the event.

Dress code is Business!  Please bring 20 copies of your resume. Free Lunch will be provided.

To help you prepare for this important event, NSHMBA will host two free workshop sessions, sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, where experienced recruiters will provide coaching on resume writing/interviewing skills.  The workshops will be held at the Fifth Third Center on:

* Thursday, March 20 (Resume Clinic)
* Thursday, March 27th (Mock Interview)


All these events are targeted toward NSHMBA Members, Experienced Candidates, Undergraduates and Graduate Students in Business or Engineering.

The events are FREE to attend, but since space is limited, you have to register at:

http://cincinnati.nshmba.org/calendar.asp

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Community : Distinguished Hispanic Ohioans Awards Recipients Announced by OCHLA
Posted by admin on 2008/3/19 11:30:00 (1883 reads)

Columbus - The Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs (OCHLA) announced the selected Awardees for these important recognitions during its monthly meeting.  Ten Latino leaders will be bestowed the honor, along with three non-Latino individuals or organizations that have done their utmost in supporting and contributing to the Hispanic community in Ohio.

The Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Award has been a part of Ohio Latino Affairs for nearly 30 years, tracing back its history to the Distinguished Service Awards of the Commission in the early 1980's.  Each spring, commissioners award the "DHO" to Latinos in Ohio for their exemplary service, and the "Nuestra Familia" Award [Our Family Award] to non-Ohioans or non-Latinos who have in some way made a beneficial impact to the Hispanic community in Ohio.

Over one hundred amazing individuals have been recognized for their efforts to serve and strive to make a better Ohio for all. 

2008 Distinguished Hispanic Ohioans

   Jason Riveiro, Cincinnati                      Juan José Perez, Columbus

   Wanda Canales, Centerville                  Gilbert Silva , Amherst

   Tony Ortiz, Beavercreek                     Sonia Troche, Toledo                                  

   Guadalupe Velasquez, Columbus          Victor Leandry, Lorain

   Joe Santiago, Cleveland                       Maria Cruz-Lucio, Findlay

2008 Nuestra Familia [Our Family] Recipients

  •  Reverend William A. Thaden, Lorain
  •   Mr. Tracy Nichols, Cleveland
  •  Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Columbus

An Award Gala to present the recognitions is scheduled for April 18th, 2008 at 6:30 pm. The event which is open to the entire community, will take place at the Renaissance Hotel, Third and Gay Streets, Downtown Columbus.  The cost for dinner $50 per person, with a reception starting promptly at 5:30pm, followed by the Program and Dinner at 6:30 pm.  For information regarding reservations and tickets, please contact 614-466-8333 or email: Lilleana.cavanaugh@ohio.gov

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Business : Nationwide Insurance is looking for Agents (April 24th)
Posted by admin on 2008/3/18 20:00:00 (1778 reads)

Nationwide Insurance is presently looking for individuals interested in starting Insurance Agency in the Cincinnati/Dayton area. 

On Thursday, April 24th, from 5pm - 7:30pm, Nationwide insurance will conduct a seminar designed to provide information about Nationwide and the positions currently available.  They will discuss income potentials and required training to succeed.  Unlike other recruitment events, this seminar is educational in nature and we will have representatives ready to speak with the interested candidate one on one at the end of our seminar.

To participate in the seminar, you will need to register by calling (513) 861-5666.

If you ever wanted to become an independent business person and work for yourself, this might be the opportunity for you!

Please bring your resume as Human Resource and Sales representatives will be available to speak with you personally at the end of each seminar.

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Community : 2011 LULAC National Conference in Cincinnati?
Posted by admin on 2008/3/15 14:00:00 (2742 reads)

   

This Friday, March 14th, a delegation from LULAC Cincinnati (League of United Latin American Citizens), incl. its President, Jason Riveiro, and Vice President, Michael Beck, together with Alfonso Cornejo, President of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA, Father Bill Jansen from the Hispanic Catholic Ministry, and representatives of Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau: Venus Kent and Jason Dunn, presented to LULAC National Board application for hosting the 2011 LULAC National Conference in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati is not a stranger to Hispanic/Latino National Conferences. In 2006 we hosted the National Conference of NSHMBA (National Society of Hispanic MBAs). "Our 2006 NSHMBA National Conference in Cincinnati was a huge success, thanks to the support from the city officials, our corporate and university partners, as well as the hospitality of its residents and business owners!  I highly recommend Cincinnati to any organization considering it as a location for a large successful convention! “ said Lourdes M. Hassler, CEO National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA), in support of our application for LULAC Conference.

It’s worth to notice that in 2010 we’ll be hosting another Hispanic Organization - the National Conference of SHPE (Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers). In all cases the City of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau, and P&G were the main supporters of bringing those conferences to our city. They worked very hard as a team, successfully competing against other cities, for example, Indianapolis, to bring them to Cincinnati.

The presentation on Friday was very successful (many people said that it was the best from all the cities presenting) and the LULAC's National Board voted to have Cincinnati on the short list. The next step will be to win the general vote at the 2008 National Conference in Washington, DC.  

We definitely hope that we’ll be successful in securing the 2011 LULAC conference, as it will have a huge positive economic impact on our city, and it will help to create a positive image of the Cincinnati Latino Community. To join LULAC visit: www.lulacohio.org

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