Ohio Daybook


Associated Press Ohio Daybook for Friday, Jan. 22.

The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. The Columbus bureau is reachable at 614-885-2727. Send daybook items to apcolumbus@ap.org.

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NEW EVENT: Friday, Jan. 22 8:30 AM ODJFS release December unemployment rate – Ohio Department of Job and Family Services release Ohio’s unemployment rate for December via Facebook and Twitter

Location: TBD http://jfs.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OhioJFS

Contacts: Office of Communications 1 614 466 6650

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NEW EVENT: Friday, Jan. 22 10:45 AM Ted Strickland holds roundtable discussion on women’s healthcare – Democratic U.S. Senate candidate former Gov. Ted Strickland holds roundtable discussion on women’s healthcare with incoming State Rep. Kristin Boggs, highlighting the ‘importance of women’s healthcare – including access to preventive care and contraception’

Location: Ohio Democratic Party Headquarters, 340 East Fulton Street, Columbus, OH Columbus www.tedstrickland.com/ https://twitter.com/ted_strickland

Contacts: Ted Strickland for Senate Press@TedStrickland.com

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NEW EVENT: Friday, Jan. 22 12:00 PM Republican Sen. Rob Portman attends March for Life Roe Remembrance Event

Location: Ohio Statehouse, 1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH Columbus www.portman.senate.gov https://twitter.com/robportman

Contacts: Kevin Smith Sen. Rob Portman 1 202 224 5190

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NEW EVENT: Friday, Jan. 22 4:30 PM City of Barberton sponsors ‘Change for Change’ event – City of Barberton sponsors ‘Change for Change’ event to learn more and raise awareness about human trafficking and support efforts to abolish modern day slavery

Location: El Jalapenos, 1195 Wooster Road West, Barberton, OH http://www.cityofbarberton.com/oc/index.shtml https://twitter.com/BarbertonCity

Contacts: Susan Baker Ross City of Barberton, OH 1 330 375 2912

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NEW EVENT: Friday, Jan. 22 Heavy snowfall forecast for Eastern U.S. – Winter storm forecast to hit large parts of Eastern U.S., with blizzards and heavy snowfall expected in Washington, DC, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia, with winter storm warnings also in place for states – or parts of states – including Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. The Weather Prediction Center has said that some areas could see up to three inches of snowfall per hour, and that could continue for 24 hours or more. Up to two feet of snow is forecast in Washington, DC, up to 18 inches in Philadelphia, and up to eight inches in New York. Travel disruption is expected across the region, with several states having declared states of emergency, and the federal government is closing at noon Friday

Location: TBD www.noaa.gov https://twitter.com/NOAA

Contacts: Susan Buchanan NOAA Susan.Buchanan@noaa.gov 1 301 427 9000

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Friday, Jan. 22 9:00 AM Warren County Transportation Improvement District Board meeting

Location: Warren County Engineer’s Office, 210 W. Main Street, Lebanon, OH http://www.co.warren.oh.us/County/Default.aspx

Contacts: Savannah Shafer Warren County Public Relations Savannah.Shafer@co.warren.oh.us 1 513 695 3302 Neil Tunison Warren County Neil.Tunison@co.warren.oh.us 1 513 695 3301

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Friday, Jan. 22 10:00 AM Cleveland Catholic Bishop Richard Lennon holds special ‘Mass for Life’

Location: St. John Cathedral, 1007 Superior Ave, Cleveland, OH Cleveland www.dioceseofcleveland.org https://twitter.com/dioceseofCLE

Contacts: Robert Tayek Catholic Diocese of Cleveland media and PR rtayek@dioceseofcleveland.org 1 800 869 6525 x 4460

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Friday, Jan. 22 11:30 AM Ohio Ethics Commission meeting

Location: William Green Building, 30 W. Spring St, Columbus, OH Columbus www.ohio.gov https://twitter.com/JohnKasich

Contacts: Susan Willeke Ohio Education and Communications Administrator Susan.Willeke@ethics.state.oh.us 1 614 466 7090

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Friday, Jan. 22 1:00 PM Columbus Public Health offer low-cost rabies clinic – Columbus Public Health offer $10 rabies vaccines for dogs, cats and ferrets at a special community rabies clinic

Location: Franklin Park Indoor Adventure Center, 1755 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Jose Rodriguez Columbus Public Health JRRodriguez@columbus.gov 1 614 604 5025

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Friday, Jan. 22 1:00 PM Ohio Educator Standards Board meeting

Location: Quest Conference Center, 8405 Pulsar Place, Columbus, OH Columbus http://education.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OHEducation

Contacts: Kim Norris Ohio Department of Education Kimberly.Norris@education.ohio.gov 1 614 466 3277

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Friday, Jan. 22 7:00 PM Concerned Veterans for America’s 2016 Defend Freedom Tour stop in Columbus – Concerned Veterans for America’s 2016 Defend Freedom Tour stops in Columbus to rally to urge veterans, military families and American patriots to ‘make their voices heard in 2016’

Location: Lifestyle Communities Pavilion, 405 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH Columbus

Contacts: Hannah Salem Salem Strategies hannah@salemstrategies.com 1 225 329 3497

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Friday, Jan. 22 – Sunday, Jan. 24 Cincinnati Hunting and Fishing Show

Location: Duke Energy Center, Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati http://www.hartproductions.com/

Contacts: Chip Hart Hart Productions chip@hartproductions.com 1 877 704 8190

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NEW EVENT: Saturday, Jan. 23 Heavy snowfall forecast for Eastern U.S. – Winter storm forecast to hit large parts of Eastern U.S., with blizzards and heavy snowfall expected in Washington, DC, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia, while winter storm warnings were also in place for states – or parts of states – including Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. The Weather Prediction Center has said that some areas could see up to three inches of snowfall per hour, and that could continue for 24 hours or more. Up to two feet of snow is forecast in Washington, DC, up to 18 inches in Philadelphia, and up to eight inches in New York. Travel disruption is expected across the region, with several states having declared states of emergency

Location: TBD www.noaa.gov https://twitter.com/NOAA

Contacts: Susan Buchanan NOAA Susan.Buchanan@noaa.gov 1 301 427 9000

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Saturday, Jan. 23 10:00 AM Cincinnati Human Relations Commission host annual Great Youth Debate

Location: Cincinnati City Hall, 801 Plum St, Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati http://www.chrc.us/ https://twitter.com/CHRC

Contacts: Ericka King-Betts CHRC Executive Director chrc@cincinnati-oh.gov 1 513 352 3237

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Saturday, Jan. 23 1:00 PM Bishop Backers hold Community Day 2016 celebration event – The Bishop Backers hold Community Day 2016 celebration event, a county-wide celebration of Delaware featuring basketball games, indoor children’s play area and community expo showcasing local community service agencies and businesses. The event is intended to ‘bring people together for a free day of entertainment and education, building upon the strong sense of cooperation and collaboration that makes Delaware such a great community’

Location: Ohio Wesleyan’s Branch Rickey Arena and Gordon Field House, 105 S. Sandusky St, Delaware, OH Delaware www.owu.edu

Contacts: Cole Hatcher OWU cehatche@owu.edu 1 740 203 6908

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Saturday, Jan. 23 6:00 PM Concerned Veterans for America’s 2016 Defend Freedom Tour stop in Dayton – Concerned Veterans for America’s 2016 Defend Freedom Tour stops in Dayton to rally to urge veterans, military families and American patriots to ‘make their voices heard in 2016’

Location: Hope Hotel & Richard C. Holbrooke Conference Center, 10823 Chidlaw Rd, Dayton, OH Dayton

Contacts: Hannah Salem Salem Strategies hannah@salemstrategies.com 1 225 329 3497

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NEW EVENT: Sunday, Jan. 24 Heavy snowfall forecast for Eastern U.S. – Winter storm forecast to hit large parts of Eastern U.S., with blizzards and heavy snowfall expected in Washington, DC, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia, while winter storm warnings were also in place for states – or parts of states – including Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. The Weather Prediction Center has said that some areas could see up to three inches of snowfall per hour, and that could continue for 24 hours or more. Up to two feet of snow is forecast in Washington, DC, up to 18 inches in Philadelphia, and up to eight inches in New York. Travel disruption is expected across the region, with several states having declared states of emergency

Location: TBD www.noaa.gov https://twitter.com/NOAA

Contacts: Susan Buchanan NOAA Susan.Buchanan@noaa.gov 1 301 427 9000

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Sunday, Jan. 24 – Monday, Jan. 25 NAPICS North America Pizza and Ice Cream Show

Location: Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.napics.com/ https://twitter.com/NAPICS

Contacts: Debra Seiple NAPICS Trade Show Manager dseiple@ohiorestaurant.org 1 877 265 7469

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