Volunteering can be a very rewarding experience. Volunteering gives you an opportunity to change lives, including your own. In these hard times, there are many ways that we can give back.
On Nov. 24, members of the Mentoring Program at Williamsburg High School enjoyed a visit from Daniel “Woody” Breyer, Clermont County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.
A high school student from Clermont Northeastern High School is honored by the Batavia Rotary Club at the first Rotary 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.”
North Country Christmas Trees and the Pierce Township Police Department have teamed up to distribute Christmas trees to needy families in the Pierce Township area. North County Christmas Trees is located at 1275 Ohio Pike. North Country originally donated 12 Christmas trees and agreed to donate more as more needy families were identified.
The Greater Milford Area Historical Society presented copies of a restored panoramic photograph to several organizations in recognition of their support of the society’s efforts to preserve the history of Milford and its surrounding communities. The prints were presented to Lehr’s Meats, the City of Milford, the Milford Board of Education, and the Milford-Miami Chamber of Commerce.
Meshelle Lynn Moeller and David Paul Laird were united in marriage Nov. 14 at the Dodsonville United Methodist Church. Marvin Cohn performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Beth Dillion of Blanchester and Keith and Rita Moeller of Waynesville. Parents of the groom are Jim and Vickie Laird of Batavia. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an organza ivory gown.
The village of Batavia celebrated Holiday in the Village Saturday, Dec. 12. Visitors from all over the county joined the residents and Mayor John Thebout in an evening of family fun. The Association had approximately 1,600 lights along Main Street.
Felicity-Franklin Elementary School has announced the Students of the Month for September. Students of the Month are, front row from left, Aubrie Hauserman, Amy Davenport, Ellie Hoog, Brayden Sponcil, Madison Baird, Twyla Blair, Reagan Lowe; middle row, Destiney Paynter, Alisha Boone, Savannah Barbee, Kiersten Chandler, Bailee Caudill, Charity Taylor, Garrett Taulbee, & Rachel Foley; third row, Dakota McCord, Jason Ackerman, Brooklyn Stephens, Aidan Binion, Kolbie Brandenburg, Allison Sharp, and Brett Liming. William Sack was not present for the photograph.
On a recent morning, several hallways at the Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services’ offices in Batavia were lined with brightly wrapped gifts, as Santa’s elves began sorting them by number to ensure they would reach their destination quickly.
It was like their first visit to the fire station as a young child. None of the participants in the LEAD Clermont Class of 2009, a leadership program of Clermont 20/20, could have envisioned what was in that big, round metal structure at the corner of Clough Pike and Withamsville-Tobasco Road.