Due to the May Primary Elections, Girl Scouts of Western Ohio’s Tuesday, May 4, 2010, Kindergarten Recruitment meeting at the Union TownshipCivic Center for the West Clermont School District is cancelled.
Congresswoman Jean Schmidt will face three challengers in Tuesday’s Republican primary, two of whom are new to the political arena. The Republican incumbent is running against Warren County Commissioner C. Michael Kilburn, Tim Martz, and Debbi Alsfelder.
The Clermont County Engineer’s Office is moving ahead with plans for the rehabilitation of the historic Stonelick Williams Corner Covered Bridge.
As part of its ongoing effort to recognize students in area high schools for their accomplishments, and who exemplify the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self,” the Batavia Rotary Club recognized Batavia High School student Alec Bowling as the club’s Student of the Month for April 2010. Bowling is being recognized for his service in the school community and leadership in the classroom.
The Owensville Police Department will host an open car show from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday May 8 at the Clermont Northeastern Primary School on South Broadway in the Village. The show is being hosted by the police department in order to raise money to provide equipment or training. It will also be a great opportunity just to have a good time.
As part of its ongoing effort to recognize students in area high schools for their accomplishments, and who exemplify the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self,” the Batavia Rotary Club recognized Asia Moore as the club’s “Student of the Month” for March 2010.
For the second consecutive year, Mercy Hospital Clermont has been rated one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters. This also marks the fourth time overall that Mercy Clermont has earned this prestigious honor. The Top 100 award recognizes hospitals that have achieved excellence in clinical outcomes, patient safety, patient satisfaction, financial performance, and operational efficiency.
As students in the Grant Career Center Auto Collision program learn new skills, they practice in their lab on full size cars, panels, and doors. Dent removal, filler applications, sanding, welding, and painting can be seen on a daily basis in the lab. To showcase their newly perfected skills, the students dropped down in scale to model cars. Students list their favorite cars and the instructors search through mountains of models at the Ben Franklin store in Bethel.
Clermont 20/20 Inc. celebrated its 20th anniversary with a business luncheon meeting at Holday Inn Eastgate, March 4. Attendance was more than 100 people. Andrew McCreanor, left, current Executive Director stands with John Melvin, a chair emeritus and the last surviving founding father of the community service and leadership organzation that states its mission is “to serve as a catalyst to bring people together to improve the quality of life in Clermont County.”
An Easter egg hunt was held in Pierce Township Saturday April 3, 2010. More than 400 children and parents attended and over 5,000 candy filled eggs were distributed for children. Children had their photos taken with the Easter Bunny.