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FOOD DISTRIBUTION
Freestore Foodbank shelf-stable grocery boxes will be available for pick-up from 11a–1p today (Wednesday).

The Cincinnati Public Schools' healthy food distribution program (any child under 19 years old, regardless if they attend a CPS school or not) is no longer at Frederick Douglass Elementary School. Instead, pick up meals at Evanston Academy Elementary School, 1835 Fairfax Avenue 45207 between 11a–1p.

Open Door Ministry Cincinnati will be passing out food on Wednesday and Friday morning, April 8 and April 10 between 9:30–11a at Church of the Advent (2366 Kemper Lane) off of the Cross Street entrance.
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COVID-19
"Black people are in far greater danger of dying from this illness due to preexisting health conditions, living environments, professions and limited access to health care." CNN"At the start of any pandemic, early information can mislead. Unfortunately, for vulnerable populations, false assumptions can have deadly consequences." @CNN

Read more: www.cnn.com/2020/04/06/opinions/african-americans-covid-19-risk-jones/index.html
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FOOD ACCESS
Mercy Neighborhood Ministries' Food Pantry is open and ready to serve the 45206 & 45207 neighborhoods.
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 9–11:30a.
1602 Madison Road 45206
(behind St Francis de Sales Church at Madison & Woodburn)
If you are a senior and need support with food delivery, call Judy 513 487-6181.
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Walnut Hills, Cincinnati
Neighborhood Overview

Located just 2 miles northeast of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, Walnut Hills has been known for its cultural, ethnic, religious and socio-economic diversity since its founding in 1804. It was a key part of the Underground Railroad with resident Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Lane Seminary hosting abolitionist debates in the mid-19th century. During the first half of the 20th century, Peebles Corner became known as the second downtown because of its vibrant business district and close proximity to downtown Cincinnati.

Walnut Hills is home to a broad range of historic, cultural and civic assets including the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, and greenspaces like Eden Park, which contains the Cincinnati Art Museum, Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and Seasongood Pavilion. The Melrose YMCA and the Bush Recreation Center provide an array of fitness programs and activities for all ages. The Walnut Hills Area Council and the Walnut Hills Business Group offer meaningful opportunities for engagement, and a variety of local businesses, community organizations, social services, schools, faith-based groups, and events round out the neighborhood’s offerings.

Walnut Hills is a warm and welcoming community, and a great place for individuals and families, whether you’re a long-time resident, renting your first apartment, owning a home, or just here for a short visit!