The 14th annual Rudolph H. Garfield Circle of Caring was Sat., Nov. 1, at the Bertram Inn Hotel & Conference Center. Proceeds from the 2014 Circle of Caring benefited the children and adults with developmental disabilities Hattie Larlham serves.
Cleveland Indians Sr. Vice President, Public Affairs and Cleveland Indians Charities President
2014 commemorates Bob DiBiasio’s 35th season with the Cleveland Indians and his 36th with Major League Baseball. DiBiasio is president of Cleveland Indians Charities. DiBiasio hosts the popular “Indians Alumni Roundtable” T.V. show and was co-producer and narrator of “Beating the Odds—The Al Rosen Story.”
Cleveland Indians Charities creates and executes youth educational and recreational opportunities. These programs help young people learn to play baseball and develop necessary life skills and confidence. Since 1989, Cleveland Indians Charities has donated nearly $10 million to youth-oriented agencies and Northeast Ohio organizations.
WKYC Chief Meteorologist Betsy Kling hosted the 2014 Circle of Caring. Kling’s Emmy-award-winning weather forecast airs at 6, 7 and 11 p.m. Monday through Friday on WKYC-TV Channel 3 News, on wkyc.com and on Northeast Ohio Clear Channel radio stations, including WTAM 1100. Kling’s work earned Emmy Awards in 2012, 2009 and 2003. In 2010, Cleveland Magazine named her one of Cleveland’s Most Interesting People.
Kling is very active in the community. She gives her time to charities including Hattie Larlham. Kling was recognized as the 2012 Circle of Caring honoree.
The Bertram Inn Hotel & Conference Center
600 North Aurora Road
Aurora, OH 44202
T: (330) 995-0200