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Lawrenceburg woman named Big Sister Of The Year
Sara Chipman felt a calling. She knew she could be a positive influence in the lives of children who didn’t have the resources or opportunities she’d been given—ones she had perhaps taken for granted. She chose to become a Big Sister mentor, through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati, and now has been named Big Sister of the Year.
Brian Crittenden leads by example. When his Little Brother Fremeco didn’t throw away his own lunch tray, didn’t hold the door for others, and forgot to say “Thank you,” Crittenden made a point of doing those things in front of Fremeco, and explaining why they’re important. Now, kindness and respect are second nature.
Each month BBBS of Greater Cincinnati features a match that exemplifies the positive power of mentoring. Click below to read more about this month's highlighted match....Big Brother Ethan and Little Brother Stanley.
Mike's Carwash holds fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters wants you to give yourself a break and NOT wash your car! Wail until Saturday May 2, when all Mike’s Carwash locations will hold an all-day fundraiser for the mentoring organization.
Bowl For Kids' Sake events raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters
A pair of weekend events added up big for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati. Hundreds of supporters of the mentoring agency attended Bowl For Kids’ Sake bowling parties to celebrate the funds they raised to help Tri-state children.
Newport firefighters provide partnership, motivation for kids
About 400 kids in the Tri-State are waiting to be paired with a Big Brother or Big Sister, and one firefighter has decided to make a difference. In his rally for support, Newport Fire Chief Gary Auffart lead by example and recruited help from others along the way. He hopes to bring cheer to children by working with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati.