Cincinnati Eastside Rotary was pleased to welcome Lt. Bobby Hayslip, Post Commander, Ohio State Highway Patrol – Batavia, and Jennifer Stewart-Hamblen, Program Manager, University of Cincinnati Area Health Education Center (AHEC) to re-introduce the Clermont County Safe Communities Program. AHEC was awarded $42,000 from the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Ohio Traffic Safety Office to reestablish the Clermont County Safe Communities program. 

AHEC has identified that lack of seat belt usage and increased use of electronic devices while driving  are impacting the safety and welfare of the citizens of Clermont County. To save lives and improve the quality of life for our citizens, UC-AHEC will also use the grant funds to promote education and encourage the general public to put down electronic devices while driving, buckle up, be observant of motorcyclists and drive sober.  There will be a special interest focus with high school and college students on the hazards of impaired and distracted driving. 

FMI: http://med.uc.edu/AHEC/SafeCommunities

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About Our Club

The Rotary Club of Cincinnati-Eastside was formed April 5, 2013 and it's 40 members enjoy fellowship, service and education each Wednesday at a luncheon meeting at Ivy Hills Country Club.  Prospective members are always welcome and each week more people are joining the "ground floor" of this new and vibrant Club.

The members represent a wide range of business, non-profit and government leaders.

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