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Zeigler receives Batavia Property Improvement Award

By Kristin Bednarski Sun staff Martha Jane Zeigler was awarded the Property Improvement Award from the Village Association of Batavia last month. The award is given as recognition for exterior improvements to a property within the village of Batavia that keeps with the general style of the original structure. Zeigler, who lives at 298 Wood [ Read More ]

Wendy’s Burger Bash to be held

A Wendy’s Burger Bash will be held to benefit Holly Hill Elementary School Thursday, Oct. 4. The Burger Bash will be held from 5 – 8 p.m. at the Wendy’s located at SR 132 and SR 125. Fifteen percent of all sales during the bash will be donated to the Holly Hill Elementary PTO.

Students get lesson in heat convection

Batavia Middle School eighth grade science students received a fun demonstration of the principle of heat convection Thursday, Sept. 20. Science teacher Paul Moore used a sky lantern to demonstrate the principle that drives not only hot air balloons, but earthquakes, volcanoes, the movement of the earth’s tectonic plates, and tsunamis. The rising of the [ Read More ]

Celebrating 40 years of service in the community

On Sept. 25, 1972, Clermont General and Technical College opened with 97 full time and 184 part-time students. Forty years later UC Clermont College (the name was officially change in 1987) is celebrating its proud history and service to the community by hosting the 40th Anniversary Celebration. The event will take place on Thursday, Sept. [ Read More ]

Batavia Elementary students get first karate instruction

Mike Franzen, a karate instructor at Marshal Arts America Eastgate, will be teaching karate to Batavia Elementary School students for the next few weeks. The after school activity is a fund-raiser that will teach the students about respect, concentration, self-discipline, and perseverance. “They will learn that karate is not about fighting, it’s about setting goals [ Read More ]

Early Head Start to hold open house Sept. 19

Join Child Focus for an Early Head Start Open House from 6 – 8 p.m. Sept. 19 at Child Focus on Old St. Rt. 74 across from the Mt. Carmel Kroger to learn more about this child development program designed to promote the healthy development of infants and toddlers! Early Head Start is a federally [ Read More ]

Outdoor worship service held

On Sunday, Aug. 12, Loveland Presbyterian Church “Left the Church” and held an outdoor worship service in Loveland’s Nisbet Park at 11 a.m. It was a beautiful day and the music was provided by LPC’s musicians. There was also a skit titled “A case of Poor Hearing.” The church will be presenting other type of [ Read More ]

Couple to wed in October

Bill and Tara Sims of Feesburg and Rick and Maria Dillinger of Loveland have announced the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Alexandra to Brandon Simpson on Oct. 6, 2012. Alexandra is a 2009 graduate of Western Brown High School. She is currently employed with Setty Photography and The Olde Dinner Bell. Brandon is a 2010 [ Read More ]

Williamsburg girls attend the annual Twins Days Festival

Alison and Ashley Music, of Williamsburg, attended the 37th annual Twins Days Festival Aug. 4 in Twinsburg, Ohio. This event, held in the only city in the world named after twins, hosted more than 2,000 sets of multiples (including twins, triplets, quads, and quints) from around the world. Twinsburg is located between Akron and Cleveland [ Read More ]

Clermont Philharmonic will play in Union Township

The Union Township Board of Trustees has announced that The Clermont Philharmonic Orchestra will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18 at the Union Township Amphitheatre. For this performance, the CPO will be led by Jaime Morales Matos, music director and conductor, and will spotlight all-time Philharmonic favorites. The CPO was formed in [ Read More ]

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