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Camp Washington, a Sense of Community

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  Once an important military site and a heavily industrial area, Camp Washington may be best known today for the iconic chili parlor that has operated there for 75 years. But the neighborhood, annexed to the City of Cincinnati in 1869, is so much more, including residents with a strong sense of community who take pride in making their neighborhood a good place to work and live. 

Joining us for some history and an overview are Joseph Gorman, community organizer with the Camp Washington Community Board; Cal Cullen, founder and director of Wave Pool, a contemporary art fulfillment center; and, Bryan Tudor, manager of Camp Washington Urban Farm.