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Education : SHPE MVP Chapter Dinner Meeting on Thursday, August 24th
Posted by admin on 2006/8/24 22:10:00 (1640 reads)

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Miami Valley (Ohio) Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) had a dinner meeting this Thursday, August 24, 2006, at Villa Di Giovanni's in Fairborn. The guest speaker was Mr. Nelson Rosario, Program Director of International Programs, General Electric (GE) Company, Cincinnati Office (click here to see his bio)

It was a wonderful event with a great presentation done by GE's Nelson and Ricardo, raffle prizes, and interesting conversations.

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

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Community : Leo Calderon receives LULAC Community Award (August 22)
Posted by admin on 2006/8/23 0:10:00 (1478 reads)

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The Cincinnati local chapter of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization focused on education, civil rights, and employment for Latinos/Hispanics, honored at its 1st Annual LULAC Community Awards Dinner on August 22, 2006, Mr. Leo Calderon, Director of Latino Student Affairs at Northern Kentucky University (NKU).



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

Originally from Mexico, Mr. Calderon has been a pillar of the Latino Community in the Tri-State. He serves or has served on many boards including the Community Advisory Council of the National Underground Freedom Center; the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) The Voice Advisory Board; Centro de Amistad Board (where he was instrumental in establishing the Toyota/Centro de Amistad Scholarship); Red Cross Board of Directors; Brighton Center Board, HealthPoint, and Su Casa Hispanic Center Board of Directors. He also co-founded Educating Latinos for Kentucky’s Future, where he serves as Vice President, and the Tri-State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

The Awards Dinner, sponsored by US Bank, LAVERDAD Marketing and MidwestLatino, also honored the first two Greater Cincinnati LULAC scholarship recipients: Clara Manzano from NKU and Yuliana Perez from the University of Cincinnati.

Dr. Gerry St. Amand, Vice-President of University Advancement, NKU, made the opening remarks.

For more information about LULAC in the Tri-State, please visit www.lulacohio.org

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Events : Cincinnati Street Salsa Competition August 18th
Posted by admin on 2006/8/19 8:20:00 (2301 reads)

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After tough preliminaries at Tropicana, Mad Frog, and Havana Martini Club, the Grand Finale of the 2006 Social Street Salsa Competition organized by Cincinnati Dancesport was held on Friday, August 18th, 9:00 PM, at Holiday Inn Resort at the Cincinnati Airport

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Congratulations to the 1st Place winners: Tiffany and Blas!!!

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

Son del Caribe was performing live after the competition!

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Events : Pre-NSHMBA Conference Meeting (August 16, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/8/17 6:20:00 (1405 reads)

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Representatives of the NSHMBA (National Society of Hispanic MBAs) came to Cincinnati this week to work on the 2006 National Conference (October 26 -28, 2006) preperations (click here to learn more about the Conference). With anticipated 7,000 attendees, such a conference takes a lot of time to prepare in order to make sure that it's done right. There are several exciting things planned for the Conference and we'll keep you posted... To join NSHMBA, click here...

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Events : 2nd Annual Cincinnati Int'l Fiesta
Posted by admin on 2006/8/14 12:50:00 (1355 reads)

The 2nd Annual International Fiesta was a great success! The weather was fantastic, and the performers were mesmerizing. The feedback that we've heard over and over again was: "Wow, we never knew that Cincinnati has so much to offer, that there are so many talented international artists in the city".

Mayor Mark Mallory honored us with his presence and proclaimed August 12th an "International Day" in Cincinnati.




More pictures and a video are at CincyGlobal Picture Gallery (click here)

We would like to thank all volunteers, supporters, and participating artists - without you this festival could not happen. Our special thanks go to Nancy & Bill Stiefvater for their tremendous support!!!

We also would like to thank our sponsors: US Bank, The Spanish Journal, Radio La Ley, LULAC, and CityBeat

If you would like to get involved in the 2007 3rd Annual Cincinnati International Fiesta, please email us at: fiesta@cincyglobal.org

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Community : Rev. Jesse Jackson in Cincinnati (August 8, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/8/8 20:10:00 (1322 reads)

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Rainbow/PUSH, Cincinnati's former Vice Mayor Alicia Reece, and Cincinnati chapter of LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), sponsored a "coffee and donuts" with Rev Jesse Jackson.

Rev. Jackson was speaking on the critical importance of the minimum wage campaign now underway in Ohio, and on Voting Rights Act. He also spoke about his national Rainbow/PUSH platform, and on the need for African Americans, Hispanics, and Labor to work together on issues facing our country.

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

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Business : Ingrid Rivera retires from P&G
Posted by Anonymous on 2006/8/3 18:00:00 (2358 reads)

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After 26 successful years at P&G, Ingrid Rivera, Director of P&G External Relations and Corporate Marketing, retires from the company.

One of the most successful Latinas within P&G, she had a wonderful career with P&G, and made countless contributions to the company and to the Latino community.

On Thursday, August 3rd, she had her retirement party at P&G, with her friends and colleagues wishing her all the best in her new endeavors. As somebody pointed correctly, knowing Ingrid, it won't be really a "retiring" for her, but more like a "re-wiring" for new adventures. And we know that whatever she'll do, she'll be very successful at it!

More pictures from her retirement party are in the are Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Events : Salsa Competition @ Havana Martini Club (August 2, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/8/3 10:00:00 (1272 reads)

Hot Havana Nights @ HAVANA MARTINI CLUB!!!!

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This week we had the 3rd preliminary for 2006 Street Salsa Competition to take place on Friday, August 18th, as part of the 2006 Cincinnati DanceSport. Congratulations to Dennis & Michelle, and Blas & Tiffany who shared the 1st place at today's competition.

If you want to compete, there is another preliminary this Friday at Rain Club in Dayton, OH.

More and more Salseros and Merengueros are discovering Havana Nights as the best place to dance in Cincinnati!

With FREE admission, FREE dance lessons at 8 PM, hottest Salsa, Merengue, and Bachata music in town by DJ Rudy Alvarez this is the hottest place to be on Wednesday nights...

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More pictures and a Video are in the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Education : New NASA Scholarship Application - $1 million to be awarded
Posted by admin on 2006/7/31 10:00:00 (1453 reads)

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Hispanic College Fund has just been awarded a $1.75 million grant from NASA to for a new scholarship, internship & mentorship program, MUST - Motivating Undergraduates in Science & Technology.

MUST Program Recipients will be awarded HALF of tuition costs (not exceeding $10,000) and will include a mentorship program, academic support system and other resources and networks from the Hispanic College Fund (HCF), Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPE) and the United Negro College Fund Special Programs (UNCFSP).

Plus, MUST Scholars will receive a $5,000 stipend for a summer internship at a NASA facility!

To apply you must hurry! The deadline is August 19, 2006 - the MUST application is entirely online, but requires an essay, a letter of recommendation, resume and other documents. Do NOT start your online application at the last minute!

Am I eligible? Eligibility Requirements:

* Must be a U.S. citizen
* Must be studying at an accredited university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico for the 2006-2007 academic year
* Be a rising freshman, sophomore, junior or transfer student attending or enrolling in an accredited U.S. higher education institution as a full-time student
* Must have earned and maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average of no less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
* Must be pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics

How do I apply? Click here to learn more and begin your application!

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Business : Simon Cipriano becomes General Manager of La Ley Radio
Posted by admin on 2006/7/30 18:50:00 (3149 reads)

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Simon Cipriano, a popular Hispanic radio host of "Radio en Español" became a General Manager of the recently opened "La Ley Radio 1320 AM" playing Latino/Hispanic music 24/7 out of Covington. (Read recent article about it in the Enquirer - click here...)

Simon is also owner of the popular "Plaza del Sol Nite Club" and a strong supporter of the Latino community in the Tri-State.
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We wish Simon all the very best in his new position.

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Events : Free tickets for Molotov (Cleveland, August 3)
Posted by admin on 2006/7/30 12:00:00 (1347 reads)

Molotov is coming to Cleveland's Beachland Ballroom, and MidwestLatino has FREE tickets to give away (click here...)

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Molotov is a Mexican rock and hip hop band formed in 1995. Their lyrics feature a mixture of Spanish and English, rapped and sung by all members of the group. Musically, Molotov blends heavy baselines, flamenco guitar riffs and turntable scratches. Many songs, such as "Gimme Tha Power" and "Frijolero", are politically inspired. Addressing issues such as disenfranchisement within Mexico and immigration in the United States, they have been compared to the American band Rage Against the Machine. orded by Mario Caldato, Jr. (the Beastie Boys).

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Events : Flamenco Dance Class Series in Cincinnati
Posted by admin on 2006/7/20 10:50:00 (6403 reads)

Diana Dinicola is conducting weekly Flamenco classes in Cincinnati. The first class was last week, but you can still join. The classes are at:

Corryville Recreation Center
2823 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
513-221-0888

Sundays, 12:00-1:00 pm - Understanding Flamenco and Beginner Technique
Sundays, 1:00-2:00 pm - Choreography: Sevillanas

Note: Sunday, July 23, the class is 2pm - 4pm

Diana Dinicola is the same instructor who conducted the December flamenco dance workshop. As many of you have seen, she is a top notch instructor and performer with very impressive credentials.

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For live Flamenco music and dancing, visit Argentine Bean on Saturdays, from 8-11 PM.

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Community : Graduacion del 2do año de Latinos Saludables (Columbus, OH)
Posted by admin on 2006/7/18 22:20:00 (1496 reads)

Healthy Latinos is one of the programs of Centro Esperanza Latina in Columbus, and is an amazing program that involves Exercises, Nutrition classes, cooking classes and ESL classes for 40 Latino families per year. This past June 30 they graduated their second year group (42 families) and selected their leaders.

Right now they have in their program 100 families and just selected 20 leaders, who are going to work in other health releated projects.

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More pictures are in the Columbus Section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Education : LULAC Dayton Announces Scholarship Recipients
Posted by admin on 2006/7/18 19:30:00 (1867 reads)

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The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Dayton Council # 39000 has selected five (5) outstanding students from the surrounding community to receive LULAC Scholarships on August 4.

Names of the 2006-2007 LULAC Scholarship recipients and the colleges and universities they will attend are as follows:

* Aleici Mireles, of New Carlisle, Ohio, graduated from Tecumseh High School and will be attending Sinclair Community College in the fall to study in the Allied Health field.

* Matthew Arrowsmith, from Campbell Ohio, graduated from Campbell Memorial High School will be attending Ohio State University school of Medicine.

* Nathan Rodriguez, son of Irma and Jesse Rodriguez is from Leipsic, Ohio graduated from Leipsic High School. Nathan will be attending Ohio State University in the fall.

* Betsy Cote, originally from Colombia, living in Dayton Ohio will be completing her studies at Wright State University masters of Public Health. Betsy resides with her husband Daniel and are expecting their first child. Her parents Pedro and Betsy Cote are still I Colombia.

* Lourdes Cordero of Middletown Ohio is from Humacao, Puerto Rico. She will be a senior attending Wright State University to complete her degree in Business Administration. She is a volunteer in local community organizations and a roll model to her children.

LULAC Scholarships will be awarded to students at a special celebration dinner scheduled for Friday evening, August 04, 2006 at (WPAFB) Wright Patterson Air Force Base officer's Club ballroom. Invitations have been extended to many in the Latino community. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. For more information contact Wanda Canales, scholarship committee 937-285-0646. Donation is $40.00 per person or $70.00 a couple and must be prepaid for guest list to be at main gate at the base.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the oldest and largest Latino civil rights organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 700 councils nationwide. For more information on LULAC see [www.lulac.org].
Congratulations to these outstanding Latino students. Best wishes for an exciting and challenging year!

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Community : Fundraiser for Inirida (August 18)
Posted by admin on 2006/7/17 20:30:00 (1585 reads)

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MidwestLatino is sponsoring a "Fundraiser for Inirida", organized by Maria Herring and friends. It will be a dinner dance fundraiser as well as a raffle (with attractive prizes, incl. 2 tickets for Shakira concert in Chicago!).

The dance will be held on August 18, 2006 from 8:00pm to Midnight. It will offer a buffet dinner, free beer, wine and soda, and two DJ’s. The reception hall has room for for only up to 180 people, so hurry up and secure your tickets!

You might ask, who is Inirida…?

Inirida Rabinovich is originally from Colombia. She has been in the United States since October of 1999. She is loved and admired by all those who have come across her. Unfortunately she has been diagnosed with Cervical Cancer with metastases in her Lymphatic System. This fundraiser is to help her cover expenses which her medical insurance has not covered and to help her ease her financial burden since her income has dramatically been reduced.

Join us, and support this wonderful event for a great cause. For more info, click here...

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