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Published on: August 17, 2017

The newly elected President of the Liberian Community of Greater Cincinnati (LCGC) in Ohio, Mr. Jankoba Sambola may be one of the best leaders in our community. LCGC is a non-political, non-profit, and non-tribal organization of Liberians from all walks of life engaged in humanitarian, social, and community development programs that serves Liberians and friends of Liberia in the Greater Cincinnati area and surroundings.

 

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Published on: March 26, 2017

Hello LCGC members, friends, and supporters

On behalf of LCGC outgoing leadership team, we would like to thank all candidates, and voting members who participated in the election on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Special thanks to Mr. Roland Freeman, FOLAO representative, for being part and swearing in our newly elected leaders.

The election was very successful and well attended. Please join me in congratulating newly... node/nid

Published on: August 30, 2016
Written by Richard Banto
August 30, 2016 - Cincinnati, Ohio 

 

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Published on: August 14, 2016

LCGC BACK-TO-SCHOOL COMMUNITY PICNIC
Join us for outdoor activities and games, food, fun, music etc etc.. 

Saturday, Aug 27th at Otto Armleder Memorial Park & Recreation Complex

5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45227. Bring your kids

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Published on: September 9, 2015

THE FEDERATION OF LIBERIAN ASSOCIATION IN

 OHIO NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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Published on: May 5, 2015

 

On Saturday, May 2, 2015, members of the Liberian Community of Greater Cincinnati (LCGC) volunteered thier services at Matthew 25: Ministries(link is external) - an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of the poor locally, regionally, nationally and internationally regardless of race, creed or political persuasion. Our next monthly scheduled volunteer... node/nid

Published on: March 24, 2015
Location: Monrovia, Liberia
 
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Founded by survivors of Liberia’s civil war, Last Mile Health (LMH) (known in Liberia as Tiyatien Health) is committed to saving lives in the world’s most... node/nid

Published on: March 6, 2015

FOLAO sees it as a mandate to contribute to the socio-economic development of Liberia. It even sees it as an obligation to assist its fellow Liberians, especially during crisis. Just recently, the Association sent 230 bags of rice to Liberia to be distributed to Ebola victims. The distribution of the rice will be implemented by at least 5 churches. The churches are located in areas that were known to be highly affected by Ebola. A credit is given to the local chapters of the Association for being very instrumental in insuring that the assignment was sent to Liberia, at least as an initial contribution to assisting Liberian during this Ebola nightmare. Hon. Martin Zeinway, FOLAO Chaplain and President of one of FOLAO's local chapters - the Cleveland... node/nid

Published on: March 6, 2015

The Sister-City Relationship between the City of Dayton and the Monrovia City Corporation of Liberia, which was in moribund state, for some reason, has been rekindled, through the instrumentality of FOLAO. Just recently, Hon. Carter, the Board Chairman of FOLAO, Mr. Alfred Sieh and ULAA General Secretary, Hon. Fayah Nyumah met the Sister-City Committee,  and there are arrangements being made to invite the Monrovia City Mayor to Dayton to discuss the shipment of medical supplies, buses, garbage trucks and other materials to Liberia. Similarly, FOLAO is in discussion with the City of Columbus about the establishment of sister-city relation with a city in Liberia.

Published on: January 17, 2015
The men and women in the Liberian Community of Greater Cincinnati have been praying to end Ebola since the outbreak began earlier this year. Every Saturday evening since the latest Ebola outbreak began, the Liberian Community of Greater Cincinnati has been gathering in North College Hill to pray for Ebola victims in Africa and in the U.S.

Members are praying for health care workers and to find a way to end the deadly crisis. "It’s important that we are unified as a people. It’s important that we educate people... node/nid

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