Anthony Muñoz Foundation Toy Drive
Nov 25, 2009 at 01:47 AM
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Award is part of $3 million in new grants to athletic fields nationwide
Candice Matthews Brackeen, who began inspiring change when she found out she was one of 88 black women in the country who do what she does, breaks trends much the same way she roots for the Bengals. With an uncommon singular focus that can still distill the big picture. That's how she became the Bengals' first Inspire Change Changemaker Award winner.
Winner to be Recognized at Bengals home Monday Night Football game on January 2
To celebrate the holiday season, the Sam Hubbard Foundation partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati to provide twenty students with a night of fun, food, and shopping with Sam.
Matt Renie, the software startup guru who was his high school football team's leprechaun mascot, used his magic touch to get the website TheCincyHat.com up and going this week in his spare time. And it wasn't all that different than about a half a lifetime ago when he met Teddy Karras on East 56th in Indianapolis at St. Matthew School.