Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Butler to honor notable women

By Jennifer Edwards
The Cincinnati Enquirer

WEST CHESTER TWP. - Nominations are being accepted through Oct. 1 for the second annual Southeastern Butler County Chamber of Commerce Women of Excellence Awards.

The Nov. 14 event will be held at the Manor House Banquet & Conference Center in Mason.

The awards honor five women who, through their careers or volunteer work, have enhanced business, education, culture or philanthropy in the community and region.

"The Women of Excellence Awards is an extraordinary opportunity to honor amazing women in our area," said event committee chairwoman Nora Rubinoff, president of At Your Service Cincinnati, Ltd.

"I strongly encourage everyone to consider nominating women that they know who are leaving a legacy of success within our community."

Enquirer columnist Laura Pulfer will be keynote speaker at the awards dinner and celebration along with Dr. Cecilia Fenoglio-Preiser, director of the department of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

Deb Silverman, WCPO-TV reporter, will be master of ceremonies for the awards dinner.

Women of Excellence Awards

Nomination forms are available from the Southeastern Butler County Chamber of Commerce at www.sebcchamber.com.

Completed forms, letters of recommendation and other materials must be received on or before Oct. 1 at the chamber office at 8945 Brookside Ave., West Chester Township, OH 45069, or faxed to 777-0188. Details: call the chamber at 777-3600.


E-mail jedwards@enquirer.com

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