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Job fair to be held July 30 at Workforce One

If you are looking for a job, circle Monday, July 30, 2012 on your calendar. Workforce One of Clermont County is holding a job fair from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the seminar room of the agency, located at 756 Old SR 74 in Union Township. “We have at least 12 businesses participating in [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center holds Class of 2012 Senior Recognition and Award Ceremony

Grant Career Center has recognized the 146 seniors who completed their career training requirements and earned their career and technical certificates from the career center. The students received their diplomas from their home high schools of Bethel-Tate, Felicity-Franklin, New Richmond, or Williamsburg. The Senior Recognition and Award Ceremony was held at the Bethel-Tate Middle School [ Read More ]

Retired Teachers Association announces competition winners

The Clermont County Retired Teachers Association is pleased to announce that Jack Webster of Spaulding Elementary (Goshen) is the county winner in their annual letter writing competition. Caily Fritz of Willowville Elementary (West Clermont) is the runner-up. This is the second year that the retired teachers have sponsored this competition. According to state standards, letter [ Read More ]

RiverHills appoints Snyder president

RiverHills Bank has announced that Charles J. Snyder has been appointed to the position of Bank President and entrusted with the continued growth of the bank’s deposit and lending operations. Snyder brings extensive banking experience and professional knowledge which includes three years as Banking Credit Officer at RiverHills, 30 years of experience as Senior Officer [ Read More ]

TQL Memorial Day Fund-raiser yields record-breaking donation

Total Quality Logistics presented the Yellow Ribbon Support Center and the Let Us Never Forget Scholarship Fun with a check for $13, 771, the largest amount raised by the company to date from its annual $1 Per Load Memorial Day fund-raiser. One dollar from every load that TQL arranged during the week of May 14-May [ Read More ]

Batavia/Great Oaks BPA Chapter earns national awards

Students in the Batavia Chapter of Business Professionals of America earned several national awards at the 2012 BPA National Leadership Conference in Chicago, Illinois last week. Only five chapters in the country were recognized in each category. The awards include: Outstanding Achievement for Special Olympics; Outstanding Achievement, Community Relief; Outstanding Achievement, Community Action; Outstanding Achievement, [ Read More ]

Cincinnati Nature Center to dedicate new early education building June 10

Cincinnati Nature Center will host the building dedication of the new Alpaugh Early Education Center at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 10 followed by an open house at their Rowe Woods location in Milford. This building will serve as CNC’s new, fully licensed, nature-based preschool for children ages 3-5. It will open in this September. This [ Read More ]

Batavia Business Professionals of Ameria earn national awards

Students in the Batavia Chapter of Business Professionals of America earned several national awards at the 2012 BPA National Leadership Conference in Chicago, Illinois last week. Only five chapters in the country were recognized in each category. The awards include: • Chapter Activities Award of Excellence • Outstanding Achievement – Special Olympics • Outstanding Achievement – Community Relief [ Read More ]

Ground penetrating radar used at Odd Fellows Cemetery

On March 17, the front portion of Odd Fellows Cemetery in Amelia was x-rayed to make sure those resting in peace were not disturbed before construction begins for the turning lane at the Tall Trees Development. Jason Hammann, from Bloodhound Underground Utility Locators, conducted a ground penetrating radar survey to determine if there were any [ Read More ]

Wildey students express themselves through art

Teenagers and art mix well together, especially when they are celebrating a worthy cause. That was the overall consensus at the Thomas A. Wildey School on May 9, as students and volunteers participated in the “My Feelings Are a Work of Art” project. To recognize May as Mental Health Month, Clermont FAST TRAC created the [ Read More ]


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