Ohio Daybook


Associated Press Ohio Daybook for Thursday, Dec. 15.

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

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Thursday, Dec. 15 10:30 AM CAIR Columbus Chapter hold press conference on Syria – Council on American-Islamic Relations Columbus chapter, Syrian Americans leaders and interfaith partners hold press conference to respond to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in the Syrian city of Aleppo

Location: CAIR-Columbus Office, 4242 Tuller Rd, Suite B2, Dublin, OH Dublin http://www.cair.com https://twitter.com/cairnational

Contacts: Romin Iqbal CAIR Ohio riqbal@cair.com 1 614 783 7953

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Thursday, Dec. 15 10:45 AM Ohio state Rep. Andrew Brenner discusses new education bills – Ohio state Rep. Andrew Brenner holds press conference to discuss legislation he recently introduced regarding school funding in Ohio

Location: Harding Press Room, Ohio Statehouse, 1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.ohiohouse.gov

Contacts: Dan Talik Ohio House of Representatives 1 614 644 6711

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Thursday, Dec. 15 11:00 AM AEP Ohio host first Smart Columbus Ride and Drive – Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther joins AEP Chairman and CEO Nick Akins and Columbus Partnership CEO Alex R. Fischer at an event to give AEP employees and the media the opportunity to test drive electric vehicles

Location: AEP Headquarters, 1 Riverside Plaza, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Robin Davis Mayor’s Office rcdavis@columbus.gov 1 614 645 2425

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Thursday, Dec. 15 12:00 PM Pro-choice deliver copies of the Constitution and 100,000 signatures to Gov. Kasich’s office – UltraViolet, Equality Ohio and NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio members deliver copies of the Constitution and more than 100,000 signatures to Ohio Governor John Kasich’s office protesting the passage of Ohio’s new 20-week abortion ban, signed into law earlier this week

Location: 44 S High St, Columbus, OH Columbus https://weareultraviolet.org/ https://twitter.com/ultraviolet

Contacts: Anna Zuccaro Unbendable Media anna@unbendablemedia.com 1 914 523 9145

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Thursday, Dec. 15 12:30 PM ED announces and discusses new experiment on loan counseling practices – Under Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell holds press call on today’s Department of Education announcement of a new experiment to identify promising loan counseling practices that can help students make the decisions that are right for them, with 51 postsecondary institutions across the nation (in Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin) having been invited to test the effectiveness of requiring loan counseling more often than the current statutorily required one-time entrance and one-time exit counseling and different counseling tools and approaches. Participants are using either ED’s loan counseling tool FACT, third-party counseling services, or their own institutionally-developed counseling

Location: TBD http://www.ed.gov/index.jhtml https://twitter.com/usedgov

Contacts: Department of Education press press@ed.gov 1 202 401 1576

Call-in: 888-810-3145; Passcode: Education

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Thursday, Dec. 15 1:30 PM Montgomery County officials give presents to Rosa Parks Early Learning Center students – Montgomery County Auditor Karl Keith, Dayton City Commissioners Jeffrey J. Mims, Jr., and Chris Shaw, Dayton Board of Education Member John McManus, and Rosa Parks Early Learning Center students and staff give presents and celebrate the holiday season with children of Rosa Parks Early Learning Center

Location: 3705 Lori Sue Avenue, Dayton, OH Dayton www.cityofdayton.org https://twitter.com/cityofdayton

Contacts: Mike Brill City of Dayton 1 937 225 6372

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Thursday, Dec. 15 1:45 PM Ohio Gov. John Kasich delivers remarks at JobsOhio Public Board Meeting

Location: Columbus State Conference Center, 315 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, OH Columbus www.ohio.gov https://twitter.com/JohnKasich

Contacts: Emmalee Kalmbach Ohio Lt. Governor Emmalee.Kalmbach@governor.ohio.gov 1 614 644 0906

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Thursday, Dec. 15 6:00 PM Ohio EPA holds public input meeting on proposed Belmont County Cracker Plant – Ohio Environmental Protection Agency holds public meeting to present information and accept comments on two different draft wastewater discharge permits related to a proposed petrochemical production plant that would be located at Old Route 7 and Ferry Landing Road (Hwy. 2), Shadyside

Location: Shadyside High School, 3890 Lincoln Ave., Shadyside, OH http://epa.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OhioEPA

Contacts: Heidi Griesmer Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Media Relations heidi.griesmer@epa.ohio.gov 1 614 644 2160

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Thursday, Dec. 15 6:00 PM Columbus Charter Review Committee final meeting – Columbus Charter Review Committee final meeting, covering area commissions, Council vacancies, the appointment process and full-time versus part-time employment

Location: Carriage Place Community Center, 4900 Sawmill Rd., Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Lee Cole Columbus City Council 1 614 645 5530

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Thursday, Dec. 15 KeyCorp: Q4 2016 Dividend payment date

Location: TBD http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/ir_site.zhtml?script=2100&ticker=KEY https://twitter.com/KeyBank_Help

Contacts: Vernon Patterson KeyCorp Investor Relations vernon_patterson@keybank.com 1 216 689 0520

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Thursday, Dec. 15 The Wendy’s Company: Q4 2016 Dividend payment date

Location: TBD http://www.aboutwendys.com/Investors/ https://twitter.com/Wendys

Contacts: David D. Poplar Wendy’s Investor Relations david.poplar@wendys.com 1 614 764 3311

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Thursday, Dec. 15 Greif Inc: Q4 2016 Ex-dividend date

Location: TBD http://www.investquest.com/iq/g/gef/index.htm

Contacts: Scott Griffin Greif inc Press scott.griffin@greif.com 1 740 657 6516

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Friday, Dec. 16 10:00 AM Ohio State University 193rd commencement ceremony

Location: Celeste Center, Ohio State Fairgrounds, 717 East 17th Ave, Columbus, OH Columbus www.osu.edu https://twitter.com/ohiostate

Contacts: David Wayne Ohio State University 1 614 287 2161

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Friday, Dec. 16 12:00 PM John Glenn lies in repose at the Ohio Statehouse – John Glenn lies in repose at the Ohio Statehouse, under Marine Honor Guard, following his death 8 Dec, aged 95 * In 1962, Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth, circling the Earth three times, and was the third U.S. astronaut in space. Glenn later became a Democratic senator for Ohio in 1974, holding office for 24 years – the longest-serving U.S. senator in Ohio history. In 1998, at the age of 77, Glenn became the oldest person sent into space when he boarded the Discovery space shuttle

Location: Ohio Statehouse Rotunda, 1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.ohiostatehouse.org/ https://twitter.com/OhioStatehouse

Contacts: Luke Stedke Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board Deputy Director lstedke@csrab.state.oh.us 1 614 728 2130

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Friday, Dec. 16 Huntington Bancshares: Q4 2016 Ex-dividend date

Location: TBD http://www.investquest.com/iq/h/hban/ https://twitter.com/Huntington_Bank

Contacts: Todd Beekman Huntington BancsharesInvestor Relations 1 614 480 3878

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Saturday, Dec. 17 10:00 AM University of Toledo fall commencement – University of Toledo fall commencement, featuring keynote speaker Loyola Marymount University President Dr. Timothy Law Snyder

Location: Savage Arena, 2025 Douglas Rd, Toledo, OH Toledo http://www.utoledo.edu/ https://twitter.com/utoledo

Contacts: Christine Billau University of Toledo 1 419 530 2077

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Saturday, Dec. 17 12:30 PM John Glenn memorial service – Dignified Transfer Service of John Glenn, following his 8 Dec death, aged 95. The procession, which begins at the Ohio Statehouse (12:30 PM EST) is led by an escort platoon of U.S. Marines north on High Street to Ohio State University’s Mershon Auditorium for ‘John Glenn: Celebrating a Life of Service’ (2:00 PM EST). Attendees include NASA Administrator Charles Bolden * In 1962, Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth, circling the Earth three times, and was the third U.S. astronaut in space. Glenn later became a Democratic senator for Ohio in 1974, holding office for 24 years – the longest-serving U.S. senator in Ohio history. In 1998, at the age of 77, Glenn became the oldest person sent into space when he boarded the Discovery space shuttle

Location: Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.ohiostatehouse.org/ https://twitter.com/OhioStatehouse

Contacts: Luke Stedke Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board Deputy Director lstedke@csrab.state.oh.us 1 614 728 2130

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Saturday, Dec. 17 2:00 PM Columbus Councilmember Michael Stinziano holds Community Hours

Location: Columbus Metropolitan Library, 5590 Karl Road, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Stephanie Megas City of Columbus 1 614 645 8311

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