Monday, January 22, 2001

JA chapter seeks grads for festivities




        The Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Chapter of Junior Achievement is looking for past graduates to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

        Celebratory events include a homecoming party this fall for alumni and supporters.

        Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization that shows students how business works. Its mission is to help students in kindergarten through high school become grounded in business principles and economics.

        Alumni are asked to register online at www.jacincy.org; call (513) 531-3777 Ext. 15; or write to Junior Achievement at PNC Corporate Tower, 7162 Reading Road, Cincinnati 45237.

        Former students should include contact information such as a name, address, phone number and e-mail address, as well as a synopsis of their careers since completing their education.

       



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