Come have breakfast and network with the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club. This is a great place for new members to learn about 20/30 and meet other great YPs in Cleveland!
Registration is encouraged, members and non-members welcome
Attendees are responsible for purchasing own breakfast.
We have a chance to make a difference for Cleveland Kids' Book Bank (our 2018 Stuff the Stocking Beneficiary) by participating in the 12 Bars of Charity Cleveland Bar Crawl.
This is the first time 12 Bars of Charity is hosting one of their events in Cleveland! The event is a friendly competition amongst 8 of CLE's best charities, split up into teams, with the ultimate goal of having the most people signed up under their cause.
The cost of the event is $31 after applying our Club's promo code. Each ticket to the world's most charitable bar crawl includes (1) a 12BOC sweatshirt for their charity, (2) a $10 donation to your charity, (3) unlimited FREE Shuttle Rides to 12+ Bars, and (4) incredible Drink Specials at All 12+ Bars.
Instructions on how to purchase tickets and how to get the promo code will be emailed to you after registering.
- Activity: Show up at any of the participating bars in the Flats to get your 12BOC sweatshirt. Then enjoy exclusive 12BOC drink specials and free shuttles to 12+ bars all night long.
- Dress: This event is casual - be ready to put on your 12BOC sweatshirt.
- This event is open for Annual and Monthly Professional Members, as well as, Social Members.
**Parking is available in several lots around the Flats and street parking is also available.
We have a chance to make a difference and volunteer with Maggie's Place during the Santa's Shopping Day for moms. Maggie's Place is a home that provides hospitality for pregnant women who are alone or on the streets. They model healthy family and community dynamics as well as provide ongoing counseling, learning opportunities, and connect expectant mothers to appropriate agencies and resources.
- Activity: Help Maggie's Place residents create an unforgettable Christmas experience for their families on Thursday, December 20th at The Zechariah House. Volunteers will help set up a Santa's Store, assist moms with shopping for their kids for Christmas, wrap their presents, and provide child care while the moms shop.
- Dress: Casual
- Sign-up requires a firm commitment to attend. After registering, members will receive an email where they can select a specific volunteer responsibility and time frame.
- Parking is available at The Zechariah House.
The CEO Dinner series is one of the Club's longest standing institutions. Each month our Professional Members have the opportunity to join the CEO of a local company for a private dinner. These events are intentionally limited to 12 people so everyone has an opportunity to share in a robust and inclusive discussion. Attendees can make connections not only with the CEO, but also with the other driven young professionals in attendance. The CEOs represent a wide range of companies and industries and whether big or small, public or private, well-known or niche, good conversation is had by all.
About Aparna Bole, MD: Division Chief of General Academic Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine at University Hospitals
In addition to her duties with UH, Aparna is also the Rainbow’s Medical Director of Community Integration, in which capacity she leads efforts to build close partnerships with community organizations and stakeholders to enhance the well-being of patients and families at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s and MacDonald Women’s Hospitals, and supports innovation in women’s and pediatric primary care delivery. She is particularly interested in the intersection between environmental sustainability and pediatric public health. She serves on the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Environmental Health Executive Committee (as the chair-elect), and the boards of Healthcare Without Harm, Practice Greenhealth (as board chair), and the Ohio Environmental Council.
Besides her two primary titles at UH, Bole remains a practicing pediatrician. She is active in the Cleveland community and champions projects that focus on climate change and air quality because of its impact on our community's most vulnerable population: children. This manifests as advocacy through health care operations, setting an example for local legislators and air quality control leaders.
Please join the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club for our January Around Town at the Battery Park Pub located in Gordon Square. Battery Park Pub is known as Detroit Shoreway's neighborhood eatery and drinkery. They will be offering us complimentary appetizers, happy hour drink specials and a magician!
The two featured non-profits at this Around Town will be Empowering Youth Exploring Justice and the Hunger Network. Empowering Youth Exploring Justice's mission is to empower the voices of pre-teens/ teens to engage in discussions around social justice concerns. The Hunger Network's mission is to reduce hunger and enhance nutrition by providing food and other health related services to people in the community.
Our Around Town networking socials are usually hosted on the first Thursday of every month at awesome venues across Cleveland. These events are a great place to meet new people, have fun with friends, and learn more about The Club.
Around Towns are always free for Professional and Social members as well as non-members. Registration is recommended.
Join the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club as we cheer on the Cleveland Cavaliers! The Cleveland Cavaliers are playing against The Miami Heat on Friday, January 25th. Tickets are only $30 for professional and $40 for social members. Deadline to buy tickets is January 4th. We will be having an hour of networking at the Harry Buffalo prior to this game from 5:30 PM- 6:30 PM in their private room. Light appetizers will be provided. If you cannot make it to the networking, please arrive by 6:30 PM at the Q in Section 114. “Group Sales Central”. We will all meet at this time because the Cavaliers would like the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club to carry up the flag during the National Anthem! More details regarding this will be emailed to you prior to the game.
Please include your email address in your registration. Instructions on Flash Seats will be sent out to the email address provided upon completion of the group’s ticket order. Tickets will be ordered on to the group leader’s Flash Seats account and then transferred to you individually when all orders are collected. Additional details on the game date will also be provided at that time. Order forms without an email address will not be issued tickets. Deadline to order tickets is January 4th, 2019.
Disclaimer: cancellations within 48 hours of the event will not be refunded.
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