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Outstanding Women of Clinton Co.: Eileen Brady

This is the seventh and final profile of the winners of the 24th Annual Clinton County Class of Outstanding Women of 2023. More information about the event, including how to get tickets, appears at the end of each profile.

Eileen Brady – “She is an inspiration to all of us! I salute her and her family for the high standards they have set for all of us.

Eileen Brady’s passion for the people and animals of her hometown has resulted in many local contributions. Eileen has been a volunteer for 13 years with the Clinton County Humane Society and a Wilmington Public Library Board Member since 2019. She started the Humane Society’s Engraved Brick Fundraiser in 2006 and continues to be used today to help raise funds for the shelter. . She continues to photograph available animals, assist with adoptions, and give educational presentations throughout the county as a volunteer on behalf of the Society. Having been active and a member of the Clinton County Reads Board of Directors for 12 years, education and youth literacy are very important to Eileen.

She is a published author, wife and mother. In her spare time, Eileen works tirelessly to beautify Clinton County by renovating run-down properties. To date, she has completed 14 houses. Eileen is passionate about community and in January 2007 she wrote an article for the newspaper about the launch of a holiday light parade in downtown Wilmington. In November of that year, she was on the organizing committee for what would become Wilmington’s Hometown Holidazzle Parade.

Eileen’s impact on the local community may focus on a teenage audience, but it’s well known that young people are our future. Her influence and efforts to make Clinton County a great place to grow up and live are just a few examples of why she conveys the qualities of an exceptional Clinton County woman.

Each honoree was profiled individually in the pages of the News Journal in the days leading up to the 2023 Clinton County Outstanding Women’s Luncheon Ceremony, scheduled for Saturday, April 8 at the Roberts Center near Wilmington. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. and lunch will begin at noon sharp.

The keynote speaker will be funny motivational speaker Kay Frances, who is “Helping America Stress Less. One laugh at a time.

Tickets for the 2023 Clinton County Outstanding Women’s Luncheon are $25 (cash or check accepted, payable to the Clinton County Foundation). Reservations can be made at Wilmington News Journal, 1547 Rombach Ave., Wilmington, OH 45177 or by visiting their website at

If you have any questions, please call (937) 382-2574 or email [email protected] Reservations can be made until March 24, 2023.


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