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This event is intended to, and does, promote harmony between the University and the surrounding communities, with a special emphasis on the communities of color.The event consists of (a) exhibits, by both community and campus people, of whatever each person wishes to share, i.e., historic artifacts, hobby and craft products, business and/or creative endeavors, and any other interests; and (b) talents displayed by both community and campus people, i.e., musical, poetic, dramatic readings, speeches, etc.MGC’s proposal and role in implementing the project demonstrated the organization’s ability to work successfully with an artistic, well-organized and respected cultural institution.Approximately a year in planning and executing by guest curators David A.Canter, age 35 12328 State Route 329, Stewart, OH Columbus Gary Edward Scott, Jr., age 44 Angela Marie Scott, age 49 6200 Ambleside Drive, Apt.MGC Activities support the mission to “be a non-profit organization documenting the contributions of multicultural and multiracial families to the social, cultural, political, religious, educational and economic development of the Ohio River Valley” and one or more of 2002; co-sponsored 2003 Community & Campus Day; will co-sponsor 2004 Community & Campus Day as part of Ohio University’s Bicentennial celebration and Black Alumni reunion. Mc Connelsville Police Chief Troy Copeland handed out tokens of appreciation to his employees for a job well done and gave accolades to all Law Enforcement in attendance for working together in the past year to accomplish our goals and making the community a better place. The award was “The Community Traffic Safety Award”, Platinum Status, it is given to certain Law Enforcement Offices for their implementation of efforts toward traffic safety within their communities The guest speaker was Colonel Chad Dennis from the Licking County Sheriff’s Office, who spoke on the benefits and opportunities of being in the Law Enforcement profession.
This project will present in 40 Ohio Counties during 2003 a play about the history of the state, with each localities’ performance tailored to include local history compiled through oral history interviews.Butcher and Al Adams and Kennedy Museum of Art staff, the exhibit also included items from MGC members.Individual parts of the exhibit are being used for temporary displays at MGC’s participation in local fairs, festivals and special events.Approximately 78 exhibits and 20 performances, plus speeches and proclamations, comprised the most recent event.An MGC committee organized “community” participation in the event’s two “parts,” while African American Studies Department staff of O. organized campus participation, thus exhibiting MGC’s ability to collaborate effectively with established, highly-respected institutions.
The WNNMCTF in conjunction with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Columbus Police Department Narcotics Unit, Muskingum County (CODE) Narcotics Task Force, Franklin and Athens County Sheriff’s Office, Marietta and Belpre Police Departments, and other participating agencies conducted an investigation which involved the transportation, possession, and distribution of large quantities of cocaine and prescription pills.