From Frank Lloyd Wright to the Leopard Frog

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The event Friday, October 24, 2008 was a great success. I'm even glad it rained an inch. We were a bit packed in but glaser works put on a wonderful presentation. $250 was donated to the Northside Redevelopment Corp. and also the Civic Garden Center. We'll do another event in the spring. Bracing for winter. Thanks to everyone involved.

Dinner and presentation for those interested in the evolution of the Organic Architecture of FLW to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design at the Frank Lloyd Wright Boulter House, 1 Rawson Woods Cir., Cincinnati, OH 45220 to benefit Cincinnati Northside Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation.

5:30 pm Reception,
6 pm Dinner,
7 pm Presentation by glaserworks: Architecture and Urban Design one of the leading firms in the region for promoting and certifying LEED projects.
Please register early attendance is limited to 25

Cost $55 per person
Please send form and make payment to:Lohre & Associates, Inc., Marketing Communications, Strategic Branding, Internet Marketing, Graphic & 3D Design, Educational CEU Events
Suite 701
2330 Victory Pky., Ste. 701,Cin., OH 45206.
Or use PayPay to submit your payment, go to for the button.

Requests or questions: Chuck Lohre, LEED AP
[email protected], w513-961-1174

~ Robert E. Lindner Athletics Center, Varsity Village, University of Cincinnati, 2001, LEED Certified, Signature Architect: Bernard Tschumi Architects, Design Architect and photo: glaserworks

~ Student Life Center, University of Cincinnati, 2004, LEED Certified, Signature Architect: Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners, Design Architect and photo: glaserworks

~ Harold C. Schott Education Center, 2007, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, LEED Silver, Architect: glaserworks

~ Fernald Visitor’s Center, 2008, LEED Registered, Architect: glaserworks

~ The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation http://www/
~ CNCURC is a volunteer, non-profit Northside neighborhood-specific community development corporation whose goals are: addressing blighted and vacant property conditions; promoting homeownership; encouraging new business development; deterring crime.
Chuck Lohre
1 Rawson Woods Circle
Cincinnati, OH 45220
c 513-260-9025
[email protected]


Thanks to bdixon for the leopard frog photo on Google images.