“We could not find a more suitable person to represent the Joe Nuxhall Humanitarian Award than Anthony Muñoz. His integrity and character speak loudly for all he has done and continues to do to positively impact the youth in our community and beyond” – Kim Nuxhall
The Center for Great Neighborhoods is focusing its fifth round of Creative Community Grants on economic opportunities in Covington. Projects receiving grants will be focused on small business growth, entrepreneurship, workforce development or expansion of job opportunities, skill building or sharing of skills with the community.
Nominations are being accepted for the inaugural Indian Hill High School Distinguished Alumni Awards to be presented by the Indian Hill Public Schools Foundation in April. Nominations are due by Nov. 1.
The Visiting Nurse Association will update the community, key stakeholders and business partners on its 2015 results, VNA quality outcomes, and future initiatives during its annual meeting.
Hospitality/entertainment was the theme of the Covington Business Council’s annual dinner at the Madison Events Center. Tom DiBello, Center for Great Neighborhoods executive director, received the CBC Founder Award for service in advancing the economic well-being of Covington.