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"Three Generations in one operation,giving back to the community" R. Anderson
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Operation Give Back Youth Center

10891 Millington Court, 

Blue Ash, OH  45242



Important Message

Dear friends of Operation Give Back,


We want to thank you for the support you have shown us in the past year(s).  We continue to be committed to serving our local communities through programs which give kids the opportunity to learn, grow and to realize their full potential to contribute positively to society.


Unfortunately, the economic downturn coupled with increased expenses, have had a negative impact on the financial health of our operations.  Although we are currently pursuing leads for major donors and grants, we would also greatly appreciate any financial support from individuals within the communities that we serve.  To continue to succeed in making a positive difference in the lives of kids in our communities, we need the help of caring people like you!

               We need your financial support.  Please go to donate page to give your donation.

                                                                                    Thank you!



Operation Give Back

  Youth Center

After School Assistance Program

When: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Time: After School 3:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.

 2nd grade - 8th grade

Where: O.G.B. Center - 10891 Millington Court,

 Blue Ash, Ohio  45242


513-469-1902 (fax)


Giving Back to our community!


THURSDAY 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


After School Assistance Program

 Operation Give Back After School Assistance Program



Operation Give Back
 Youth Center
For the past ten weeks, University of Cincinnati senior nursing students Karen Schoen, Katie Christ, Sarah Moore, Kirsten Henderson, Sara Pasquinelli and Nicole Siebel, under the direction of Clinical Professor Valorie Grant, have been working with the children of Operation Give Back. As part of their community course for nursing, the student nurses have assessed the needs of the population of students attending the after school program offered by Operation Give Back. In their assessment of the students, the UC nursing students targeted the need for nutrition education. For their intervention, they developed a teaching presentation for the students based on the guidelines from the United States Department of Agriculture’s My Plate initiative. This presentation was given to the students on March 1, 2012 with the help of

Mr. and Mrs. Langston, founders of Operation Give Back.



Retired teacher turned

Operation Give Back Tutor



                              Lynne Conrad

Dear Wendy and Lee,

As another school year draws to an end I wanted to comment on my experience as a retired teacher turned Operation Give Back tutor.  The progress that the third graders I worked with was significant.  Children, who in fall said they didn’t have any homework and employed many avoidance behaviors, improved their study habits.  By May theses same third graders came in prepared to work and felt good about their ability as learners. Oral reading fluency as well as reading comprehension improved.  The children mastered the retelling of the story they had read.  Recall of basic math facts sored with consistent practice.  Problem solving moved from abstract to concrete.

Working as a tutor is rewarding.  Truly OGB benefits the tutors as well as the children whose lives we are privileged to touch.



Lynne Conrad