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Certificate of appreciation presented to Williamsburg

The Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee presented a certificate of appreciation to the Williamsburg City Council on July 26 for their support of its annual event over the years. The Council allows Grassy Run to hold its annual rendezvous, usually at the end of April, in the community park, taking it over for a weekend. [ Read More ]

‘Free Day’ coming to Bethel church

A “Free Day” distribution of rummage items is being sponsored by the Social Concerns Committee of the Bethel United Methodist Church from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday, July 28. There will be clothes, housewares, toys, and other items. If you have any gently used items in good condition to donate for the event, they may [ Read More ]

Williamsburg Garden Club to meet for picnic

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7 for a pot luck picnic at the home of Sherri Kissinger. Co-hostesses for the evening are Kristin Kissinger and Chris Graf. Members are asked to bring a covered dish to share and may invite guest. Roll call is to be answered by naming [ Read More ]

Glen Este student to attend youth leadership program

Kyle Keszei has been selected to represent Glen Este High School in the 2012-2013 Regional Youth Leadership program. Regional Youth Leadership is a program for outstanding high school students in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area who demonstrate leadership potential and a commitment to community service. Competition for this group of young leaders was intense. Forty-six [ Read More ]

Swordplay at summer camp makes the Renaissance real

A Gypsy and a Brigand brought a touch of reality to Renaissance Day on Thursday, July 19 at Stepping Stones summer camp for children and adults with disabilities at Camp Allyn in Batavia. The guests were Nathan Kidd of White Oak and Julie Candelaresi of Western Hills, who are part of the Dragon’s Hoard team [ Read More ]

From left are Jasmine Mixon of Mt. Healthy, Ja’Vonte Williams of Mt. Healthy, and Jennifer Daugherty of Milford.

Six Live Oaks Career Campus students joined more than 300 students and advisors at Hocking College in Nelsonville for the SkillsUSA Summer Leadership Conference in July. Representing 32 schools, these students received the necessary training to lead their local chapter of SkillsUSA for the year. The students completed a number of daily activities, including leadership [ Read More ]

Area freshmen get a jump on science

Summertime. While most 14-year-olds are at the pool, or playing video games, or meeting friends at the mall, one group of area teenagers spent 17 days slogging through the creek at the Cincinnati Nature Center, touring the Rumpke landfill to learn about solid waste, and doing experiments in the University of Cincinnati’s chemistry labs. The [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center students return from Missouri 2012 National SkillsUSA Champions

Grant Career Center SkillsUSA members recently returned from Kansas City, Missouri where they competed at the 48th Annual National Leadership and Skills Conference and SkillsUSA Championships. The competition was held at H. Roe Bartle Hall and Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, on June 23-27. Four students earned the privilege of representing Grant Career Center at [ Read More ]

A ‘Night with Sinatra’ to benefit CCDD Levy Committee

The Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities is excited to announce ‘A Night with Sinatra’ on Aug. 11 featuring Matt Snow of Miami Township. Snow is known as The Cincinnati Sinatra and is performing from 7-11 p.m. as a benefit for the Committee To Support People With Disabilities, the levy committee for CCDD. “This event [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center holds Summer Career Experience

On June 6 and 7, 22 eighth grade students joined the staff at Grant Career Center for a fun, activity-filled Summer Career Experience. The Summer Career Experience was open to all students finishing the eighth grade from Bethel-Tate, Felicity-Franklin, New Richmond, and Williamsburg school districts. Students arrived early and were ready to head out into [ Read More ]


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