PIQUA — On Tuesday, June 13. Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy will be the guest speaker at the Piqua Rotary Club. Her presentation topic is titled “The Rotary Four-Way Test and the Founding of America.” She will be discussing the parallels found between the Rotarian code of ethics and the principles that guided the Founding Fathers as they established a new nation and government.
Kennedy began her career in the justice system as an officer for the City of Hamilton Police Department. Following her time on the police force, Justice Kennedy obtained her law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and entered the legal field as a solo practitioner. During her time in private practice, she also served as part-time magistrate in Butler County Area Courts, as well as special counsel for former Ohio Attorney General Betty D. Montgomery. She served in other capacities before her 2012 election to the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Piqua Rotary Club is extending an invitation to anyone who would like to attend and hear the free program in the Robinson Theatre at Edison State Community College. The program will be held from 12:15-1 p.m. immediately following the weekly Rotary meeting and lunch.
While the program is a stand-alone, attendees are welcome to have lunch with the Rotary members at 11:45 a.m. The cost is $10. For more information, email email@example.com or call 773-9012.
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