Proud to Be Inducted into the 100 Year Club of the Western Reserve Historical Society
29 Nov 2018
Cavitch, Familo and Durkin is proud to be among the ten Northeast Ohio companies and organizations to be honored by the 100 Year Club of the Western Reserve Historical Society for having been in business or contributed to the Cleveland area community for a century or more.
The 100 Year Club recognizes local businesses that have passed the centennial mark and exhibit the qualities of integrity, stewardship, connectivity, and innovation. Cavitch, Familo & Durkin is grateful to our many wonderful clients, our devoted team and the highly skilled attorneys at our firm for our hundred year history. The Western Reserve Historical Society is recognizing Cavitch, Familo & Durkin as part of their efforts to honor the past, the present, and the future of business and entrepreneurship in Cleveland, Ohio.
MORE ABOUT THE 100 YEAR CLUB of the WESTERN RESERVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY:
The 100 Year Club of the Western Reserve Historical Society was created in 1953 to honor an elite group of our region’s corporations and institutions that have been in continuous existence for at least one hundred years. The annual celebration recognizes the longstanding entrepreneurial and philanthropic spirit embodied in these Northeast Ohio organizations, which includes over 200 members.
100 YEAR CLUB INDUCTION: DEC. 3, 2018
The 100 Year Club induction takes place during an annual dinner to recognize the longevity and success of the existing members and induct the new members who have reached the 100-year milestone. This dinner, held on December 3, 2018, is open to anyone who wishes to celebrate the accomplishments of new and existing members. Proceeds of this event support Youth Entrepreneurship Education initiatives at the Western Reserve Historical Society, which serves over 35,000 students annually in Northeast Ohio.
MORE ABOUT THE WESTERN RESERVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY:
Founded in May 1867, the Western Reserve Historical Society is Cleveland’s oldest existing cultural institution. It was established as the historical branch of the Cleveland Library Association which dated from 1848. The Society’s creation was part of an important trend in the United States, the establishment of private organizations to oversee the collection and preservation of documents and objects relating to various aspects of national, regional and local history. While its original focus was on the history of “…Cleveland and the Western Reserve, and generally what relates to the history of Ohio and the Great West,” it now concentrates on the history of Northeast Ohio.