This year’s gift to Cincinnati Children’s brought the total from the tournament to $8.3 million.
Sharing in the fourth-quarter largesse are Bethany House, Cincinnati Works, Easter Seals TriState, Lighthouse Youth Services, Joy Foundation, Leadership Council and Salvation Army.
Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired has received funding from Lions Clubs International Foundation and Lions Clubs of District 43-T in Kentucky to expand low-vision services in 11 Northern Kentucky counties.
The March 20 event is part of the monthly Classical Revolution concert at Northside Tavern.
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Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Laura Ingraham will be the keynote speaker for the 25th annual event.
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Registration opens March 1 for teams to compete as part of the 15th annual event.
Cincinnati’s largest single-day fundraiser steps off March 13, when close to 25,000 runners and walkers come together to help raise funds to fight heart disease and stroke.