The web sites linked to on this page are not affiliated with the Kollel,
and the Kollel is not responsible for their content.
We hope to bring you more information very soon.
Cincinnati (municipal web site) is the hub of Ohio's largest metropolitan area, with more than 2.1 million residents. It is a relatively quiet and sometimes conservative Midwestern city in Hamilton County, the southwestern corner of Ohio.
The Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods are just outside the city limits in Amberley Village (municipal web site) and Golf Manor (municipal web site), but there are also a growing number of observant Jews in the northern suburbs of Blue Ash (municipal web site), Mason (municipal web site), and Deerfield Township (municipal web site) - where the Kollel has its Retreat Center.
Major corporations with a presence in Cincinnati include Procter and Gamble, GE Aviation, Fith Third Bank, Macy's Inc., Chiquita Brands, and U. S. Playing Card (makers of the famous "most wanted" deck from the second Gulf War).
There are some excellent hospitals in Cincinnati, including Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, with world-renowned specialists in fields such as otolaryngology and gastroenterology; the Shriner's Hospital for Children, which specializes in the treatment of burns, cleft lip/palate, and other skin problems; University Hospital, which is the major regional trauma center; and Good Samaritan Hospital ("Good Sam"), home of the Seton Center for High-Risk Obstetrics.
If you're interested in sightseeing, there's plenty to do - especially if the weather's nice. The local Convention and Visitor's Bureau and Downtown Cincinnati, Inc. have information about lots of things to do and see. And here's a list of some of our favorites:
Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Please let us know!
Copyright © 2001-2008 The Cincinnati Community Kollel. All rights reserved.
This site is hosted by Adaptix.