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Paper Clover Campaign supports Clermont County 4-H members

The autumn 4-H Paper Clover Campaign, through partnership with Ohio State University Extension Clermont County, National 4-H Council and Tractor Supply Company (TSC), will take place Oct. 9-20. This event marks the third year of collaboration between the organizations for the national in- store fundraiser, which benefits state and local 4-H programming in each of [ Read More ]

Planning Commission applicants sought

Clermont County is seeking to fill a vacant position on the Clermont County Planning Commission. The duties of this commission include the development, updates, application, and enforcement of the Clermont County Subdivision Regulations, the county thoroughfare plan (Access Clermont), recommendations to various township zoning authorities (pertaining to changes in their local zoning regulations), and other [ Read More ]

Council members may visit homes in Amelia as part of grant process

The village of Amelia is gathering information to apply for grant money for the coming year. Some of the grants ask for an income survey which will help us qualify for certain grants. Amelia Village Council members may be coming to your home to ask you two questions: How many people are in the household? [ Read More ]

Couple exchanges vows

Kevin and Jen Marasco have announced that their wedding took place in Amelia, at Grandma Marasco’s house, on the 24th of August. They are residing in Amelia, with their son, Conner. Jen works at Residential Concepts in Williamsburg, and Kevin works at Amazon in Hebron, Ky. The ceremony was held in the presence of presiding [ Read More ]

Amelia Florist recognized by council

Amelia Village Council members recognized Vickie and Bruce Wenstrup of Amelia Florist during their Sept. 10 meeting and thanked them for their help with a landscaping project near the new Kroger Marketplace in the village. From left are Mayor Todd Hart, Vickie and Bruce Wenstrup.

Great Oaks students attends summer business program

Batavia High School/Great Oaks Legal Management senior Jessica Pelfrey, participated in the Ohio Business Week summer program at Ohio Dominican University during June. Ohio Business Week is a program for high school students that is dedicated to preparing students for success in the free enterprise system while promoting leadership, integrity and entrepreneurship. Students established their [ Read More ]

Eagles to hold veterans appreciation dinner

Join the Fraternal Order of Eagles 2289 for Veterans Appreciation Day Saturday, Oct. 12, at 265 Foundry Ave., Batavia. Sponsored by the Wm. Light Paving Co., this will be a day-long event beginning with the flag raising at 8 a.m. The flag lowering, 21 gun salute and Taps will be presented at 6:30 p.m. There [ Read More ]

Scarlet Oaks seeks craft vendors for October 19 show

Vendors are wanted for the Fall Craft Show on Oct. 19 at the Scarlet Oaks Career Campus. The community family event is open to all. Kids’ activities will also be held during the show. Activities include a petting zoo sponsored by Veterinary Assisting students, cookie decorating with Culinary Arts students, nail painting in Cosmetology, tool [ Read More ]

Sports Gallery Restaurant opens at Grant Career Center

The Culinary Careers Program at Grant Career Center has announced the opening of the Sports Gallery Restaurant at the Career Center Tuesday, Sept. 17. The Sports Gallery will be open to the public on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays each week. Lunch hours are 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The students have been hard at work [ Read More ]

Batavia Rotary Club honors two Students of the Month

Bailey Schultz and Jay Teaney were honored as the September Students of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club. Their academic ambition and willingness to serve their communities made both students an obvious choice to receive this award. Schultz is a senior at Batavia High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, [ Read More ]


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