The Links Incorporated Springfield Ohio Chapter

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Our Chapter's current president, Dr. Jean E. Harper, challenged the communities of Springfield to form book clubs and read a book that is focused on one of America's growing concerns. The "New Jom Crow" by Michelle Alexander
Ms. Donna Wooten, a native of Springfield, Ohio received the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service. This award is part of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower and Reserve Affairs Recognition Program. This award is the highest civilian award given by the US Department of Defense.Ms. Donna Wooten, a native of Springfield, Ohio received the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service. This award is part of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower and Reserve Affairs Recognition Program. This award is the highest civilian award given by the US Department of Defense.The White House is decked out with 62 Christmas trees and more than 70,000 ornaments - ready for what will be tens of thousands of visitors in the coming weeks. 
by volunteers from all over the country who apply for the chance to deck the halls of America's house. Each year, hundreds apply but fewer than 100 get the chance. Of the lucky volunteers chosen, the Central Area of the Links, Incorporated boasts of having not one but two Link sisters chosen for a once 
in a lifetime opportunity to decorate 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the official resident of th leader of the free world, President Obama.
    This year the Springfield Chapter of the Links Incorporated are working with a group of young men entitled “Young Gentlemen's Club” consisting of Elementary and Middle School Students from Springfield's Perrin Woods and Fulton Elementary and Hayward Middle School. (See Photo Gallery) Our primary purpose and goals are in keeping with our National