Diversity Council Annual Meeting Features Nepalese Group

Aug 13 2018

Thursday, May 23, 2019

The annual meeting of the Centerville-Washington Diversity Council will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 23 at Woodbourne Library, 6060 Far Hills Avenue, Centerville. Light refreshments will be served.

The evening will begin with a tour of the newly expanded Woodbourne Library at 6:00 pm followed by a short business meeting at 6:30 pm where participants will learn more about the activities of the Council and how you can become involved. Committees include Programs and Education, Membership Development, Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast, Community Projects, and all welcome new members. 

The highlight of the program will be a presentation by the Agape Nepalese Church of Dayton including a native dance performed by Nepalese children. “The mission of the Council includes education on various cultures, religions, or countries,” Sivaji Subramaniam, council chair said.  “Through presentations, stories, and dance, we will have a greater understanding about the Nepalese culture,” he said. 

The mission of the Centerville-Washington Diversity Council is to celebrate and promote an inclusive, diverse and welcoming community for people who live, work and worship in Centerville and Washington Township.

Information about the council is available on Facebook, or by contacting Sivaji Subramaniam, Council chair, at (937) 902-7435.





Diversity Council Membership

The council is seeking new members who are interested in helping further its mission to celebrate and promote an inclusive, diverse and welcoming community. Membership is free and open to people who live, work or worship in Centerville/Washington Township.

If you have an interest in council participation, contact Council Chair Sivaji Subramaniam at cwdcchair@gmail.com or Carol Kennard, past chair, at cgkennard@woh.rr.com. Events are posted on this website and also our Facebook page.


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Welcome to the Centerville-Washington Diversity Council!

Mar 18 2011

The Council is comprised of more than 50 representatives from local government, public and private schools, businesses, media, faith and other ethnic communities, as well as a cross section of various races, ages, physical abilities and sexual orientations.

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