AMCNO Celebrates its Induction into Western Reserve Historical Society Club

The AMCNO was honored to join 11 other long-standing Cleveland organizations and companies in receiving special honors by the Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS). Our organization was only one of three that reached a 150+ year milestone; MetroHealth and Ursuline College were the other two. Nine organizations were recognized for their 100 years of continuous operation, including the Cleveland Clinic (which was established by several AMCNO members at the time): Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, First Federal Savings of Lorain, Harvard Business School Club of Northeastern Ohio, The Print Club of Cleveland, Summit Metro Parks, Thompson Hine, and Vitamix.

The awards were presented during the Society's annual 100 Year Club Induction Ceremony--an event that celebrates the rich pioneering spirit and history of innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders in the Northern Ohio region. AMCNO President Dr. Kristin Englund, an infectious disease physician, accepted our organization's award. Several AMCNO Board members, past presidents, current members, and staff also attended the ceremony.

Proceeds from this event benefit the WRHS Youth Entrepreneurship Education program, which reaches all Cleveland Metropolitan School District schools serving students in fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grade. 

Enjoy the video below!