The nominations for Women of the Year are open and more

If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman.

I think of that quote from Margaret Thatcher when I read about the amazing achievements of the women mentioned Researcher Women of the Year. Hello, I’m Enquirer editor Beryl Love.

The more than 500 women who have been honored since the program’s inception in 1968 come from all walks of life, but have one commonality: they have made our community a better place through their hard work, perseverance and selfless philanthropy.

Nominations are now open for this year’s awards. If you would like to nominate someone who has created meaningful contribute to the greater good through her profession or volunteer work, click on this link and tell us why they should be part of this year’s class.

And mark your calendars: the annual Enquirer Women of the Year luncheon will be happening Oct. 24 at the Hard Rock Casino.

What else you need to know Monday, May 13

🌤️ Weather: Highest temperature 81. Some sun, then cloudy.

🌉The Fed’s final approval will move the Brent Spence Bridge plan forward.

🍕Lebron James Approved Blaze Pizza to Open 5 More Restaurants in Greater Cincinnati.

⚾ Elly De La Cruz’s ‘instincts and brains are as good’ as his speed.

🧐 Aaron Burr was on a mission to commit treason. And Cincinnati was a pit stop along the way.

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