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Amelia students combat hunger

According to Feeding America, the largest domestic hunger-relief organization in the United States, at least 10 percent of the children in each state, or 12 million children nationwide, suffer from hunger. Hunger affects nearly every community. Almost 12 percent of rural households and nine percent of suburban families struggle with food insecurity.

Students participate in Mini-Society

Amelia Middle school students in Mrs. Ford’s sixth and seventh grade Enrichment program are participating in Mini-Society. The Mini-Society is an experience-based instructional system targeted primarily for teaching entrepreneurship, economics, and citizenship concepts to students.

Clermont Mercy Hospital surprises LEAD Clermont class

Award winning Clermont Mercy Hospital hosted the Clermont 2020 LEAD Class 2010. Rural hospital is almost a misnomer as the facilities, treatment and staff will rival any ‘big city’ hospital. That small, little Clermont County hospital has now grown to a state of the art facility with the patient’s health, safety and comfort foremost.

Clermont county Commissioners name Proud board president

Bob Proud will serve as president of the Board of Clermont County Commissioners for 2010. Ed Humphrey will serve as vice president and Scott Croswell will serve as a member of the Board. They were elected during the annual BCC reorganizational meeting on Monday, Jan. 11. “I welcome the opportunity to continue serving the citizens of this great county,” said Proud, who is in his sixth term as a county commissioner.

Glen Este Middle students get a lesson about ‘A Christmas Carol’

Terah Herman, from the Education Department at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, recently visited seventh graders at Glen Este Middle School. Students in Mrs. Hufford’s, Mrs. Lubanski’s, and Mrs. Stevens’ language arts classes learned behind-the-scenes information before attending A Christmas Carol at Playhouse in the Park.

Every cookie has a mission

People say it’s just a cookie. What can a cookie do? A Girl Scout cookie can do a lot. It could send a girl to camp. It could help pay to refurbish a room at a homeless shelter. It could cheer up a soldier far from home.

Batavia Rotary recognizes Students of the Month

The Batavia Rotary honors one Batavia High School students as the Student of the Month at the first meeting of each month during the school year. These students live their lives in a manner that exemplifies the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self.” For December, brothers Matt and Will Walker were honored as the club’s Batavia High School “Students of the Month” for December 2009.

COSI on Wheels stops at Withamsville-Tobasco Elementary

Through partnership with the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio and Tata Sons Limited, students of Withamsville-Tobasco Elementary recently welcomed COSI on Wheels into their schools for hands-on science exploration through the Investigating Energy program.

Kroger presents ‘Open Your Heart’ to support Stepping Stones Center

The Kroger Company will be the presenting sponsor for the “Open Your Heart” dinner at Eddie Merlot’s on Feb. 9. The pre-Valentine evening supports the non-profit Stepping Stones Center for children and adults with disabilities. The event feeds two passions, said Kroger President Geoffrey Covert, who is an unabashed fan of the food, wine and service at Eddie Merlot’s in Montgomery, and also is committed to giving back to the community.

Pep rally for the census to be held at Eastgate Mall

Join local pep bands, cheerleaders, dance teams, and county leaders for an afternoon Rally for the 2010 Census at Eastgate Mall from 12 – 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16. The interactive 2010 Census Portrait of America Road Tour will also be at the mall, located in Union Township, to explain why the Census is important to Clermont County, and there will be an opportunity to apply for Census jobs.

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