Making Democracy Work

Making Democracy Work Celebration

Join the League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area in celebrating Making Democracy Work for 99 years!

This year, to honor the women fighting for the right to vote 99 years ago, our event will be a Suffragist-themed Bruncheon. The annual celebration will feature historical impersonators, mimosas, the awards presentation, and a silent auction. We invite community members, local officials, League members, supporters and democracy lovers to join us!

LWVCA's Fourth Annual Making Democracy Work Celebration Bruncheon

  • Saturday, February 23, 2019
  • Hotel Covington, 638 Madison Ave, Covington, KY 41011
  • 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Networking, Silent Auction, Registration
  • 12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m. - Luncheon and Presentation of the Making Democracy Work Award to Ann Lugbill and Brewster Rhoads.
  • Parking is available at the City Center Garage located on E. 7th Street. Valet Parking is also available at the Hotel.

Honorees Ann Lugbill and Brewster Rhoads

Making Democracy Work Award

League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area is very proud to be giving out our fourth Making Democracy Work Award at this event. The Making Democracy Work Award is presented to an organization, individual or couple who have empowered citizens to shape better communities.

For their accomplishments, LWVCA was honored to present Ann Lugbill and Brewster Rhoads with our 2019 Making Democracy Work Award!

Purchase Tickets

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Thank you to this year's host and hostesses!

  • Nancy Dawley
  • Genevieve Dennison
  • Mary Kay Gardner
  • Mary Kate Genis
  • Roxanne Qualls
  • Carla Reichelderfer
  • Alice B. Schneider
  • Janet Steiner

Limited free ticket opportunities have been made available by generous donors. Please contact us for more info at events@lwvcincinnati.org

Sponsorship Opportunities Available!

Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Making Democracy Work Celebration. Download this PDF for more details on the type of sponsorships we have available.

If you have questions about becoming a sponsor, contact Mary Kate Genis at 513-281-8683 or at events@lwvcincinnati.org.

Sponsorship Level

Event Sponsors

  • Marjorie Davies

Media Sponsor
  • Cincinnati CityBeat

Flower Sponsor
  • Piepmeier the Florist

Table Sponsors
  • Melissa Currence

Cheers Sponsors
  • Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio
  • Susan Noonan
  • Jean Sepate

Purchase a Program Ad

Help us celebrate democracy by purchasing an ad for our event program!

Our program advertising rates:

  • Back Cover: $400 Size: 5.5 inches wide x 8.5 inches tall in color.
  • Inside Front Cover $300: Size: 5.5 inches wide x 8.5 inches tall in color.
  • Inside Back Cover: $300: Size: 5.5 inches wide x 8.5 inches tall in color.
  • Full Page: $200 Size: 5.5 inches wide x 8.5 inches tall in black and white.
  • Half Page: $100 Size: 5.5 inches wide x 4.25 inches tall in black and white.
  • Business Card: $50 Size: 3.5 inches wide x 2 inches tall in black and white.


Two Ways to Purchase!

1. Purchase online using a credit card by selecting your ad size and hit "Add to Cart" button.

Program Ad Size

or

2. Submit by check to LWVCA Ed Fund, Attn: Program Ad, 103 William H. Taft Road, Cincinnati, OH 45219.


Send your artwork Please submit artwork in either .gif, .png, or .jpg format to events@lwvcincinnati.org no later than January 29, 2019.

The size of the program book is 5.5 inches wide x 8.5 inches tall.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Making Democracy Work Celebration committee is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us the day of the event! Sign up for a slot below.

Sign Up!

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If you have a specific special skill or want to do other volunteering before the event, email events@lwvcincinnati.org.

Supporting Our Work

The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area Education Fund is a nonpartisan public policy educational organization, which builds citizen participation in the democratic process, studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner, and enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management. We believe in respect for individuals, the value of diversity, the empowerment of the grassroots, and the power of collective decision making for the common good.

The League of Women Voters was created out of the women's suffrage movement and was formed quickly after women gained the right to vote in 1920. While our name connects to our history, the League works to educate and empower all voters.

All proceeds support LWVCA Education Fund's nonpartisan voter education activities: