FRCH | 48 at the CAC

FRCH 48 Anniversary Party, Creative Fuel, CAC

FRCH was founded in 1968 and one of our greatest traditions is the annual Anniversary Party, a night to celebrate another year of great design and look forward to the future.  We recently celebrated our 48th year in business at the Contemporary Arts Center (otherwise known as the Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, or simply the CAC) in downtown Cincinnati. And like FRCH, the CAC has a rich history of its own. Read more of this post

Maker’s Faire

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The White House recently announced the 2016 National Week of Making (June 17-23). Inspired by the event, our FRCH Maker’s Faire showcased the work of many of our talented and skilled colleagues.

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Welcome to Cuba

Welcome to Cuba, FRCH Creative Fuel

I recently had the opportunity to travel to Cuba as part of a mission trip. The trip was the conclusion of a 2-year program for a group of Cubans that included lessons in theology, practical and pastoral leadership and numerous mission trips. Read more of this post

2015 Anniversary Party

47_FRCHCelebrating the past while looking forward to the future is a reoccurring theme here at FRCH, so earlier this month we brought together our entire team to celebrate our 47th Anniversary! Never one to keep it simple, this year’s Activities Committee found a one-of-a-kind venue with a musical act to match! Read more of this post

MLB’s 2015 All-Star Break

MLB All Star Game, Cincinnati Baseball, 2015

The city of Cincinnati definitely put its best foot forward for MLB’s 2015 All-Star Break … and I was lucky enough to be a part of it all!  While numerous exciting events took place over the five day line-up, the highlight was our hometown hero, Todd Frazier’s clutch win of the Home Run Derby! Read more of this post

“A Night of Their Own” Reds Baseball 101

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Recently, The Cincinnati Reds hosted their annual “A Night Of Their Own” Baseball 101 event, exclusively for ladies (600 of them this year!) who wanted to experience what it is like to be a baseball player on and off the field. This event benefits the Reds Community Fund, which in turn helps the youth in the surrounding ‘Reds Country’. I was lucky enough to attend this event for the second time, so I wanted to share with you all the fun I had, as it keeps getting better every year! Read more of this post

Happy New Year from FRCH!

 

Best wishes for a bright and promising New Year!

-FRCH