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Historical Society to present “Thirsty 4 History”

The Greater Milford Area Historical Society will host Thirsty 4 History featuring craft beer from local breweries, food, entertainment, a silent auction, split the pot raffle, Promont museum tours and informal discussions on Cincinnati beer history. The adult-oriented event will be held 3-6 p.m., July 30, at Promont, 906 Main Street, Milford. “We are hosting [ Read More ]

County fair director seats up for election

Throughout Clermont County in the summertime, many churches, towns, villages and other organizations put on some wonderful events and festivals, but none can rival the scope and magnitude of the Clermont County Fair. Each year toward the end of July, an entire week is devoted to not only highlighting agriculture in Clermont County, but also [ Read More ]

Voices of the Voiceless to be held July 14

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, in partnership with YWCA Greater Cincinnati, will host Voices of the Voiceless – a discussion addressing the harsh realities associated with the exploitation of innocent children involved in slavery. The community conversation will begin at 7 p.m. July 14 in the Harriet Tubman Theater. The program will include a [ Read More ]

Route 42 Car Show to be held July 16

The Lebanon and Waynesville Lions Clubs are having the third annual Route 42 Car Show on Saturday, July 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will be held at the Heritage Baptist Church located just off of Utica and Route 42 just north of Lebanon Ohio. The church is located at 2234 Utica Road. [ Read More ]

Public Safety Leadership Academy class graduates

Thirty-four law enforcement officers graduated today from the fourth Public Safety Leadership Academy class after 11- weeks of accredited, college-level training through a partnership with The Ohio State University – John Glenn College of Public Affairs. The training was hosted at the Patrol’s Training Academy and was offered at no cost to local agencies. During [ Read More ]

Historical Society welcomes new members

The Owensville Historical Society would like to welcome anyone interested in preserving the history of Owensville and the surrounding area, to become a member. Membership is $10 and meetings are held once a month. We welcome donations of items from our area and are able to house them in our museum for visitors to see. [ Read More ]

Historical Society awards scholarships

On May 25 the Owensville Historical Society presented two scholarships to students at CNE High School. The first was awarded to Brooke Marlow, in the amount of $500. The second scholarship, also in the amount of $500, was awarded to Hannah Bowles, in memory of Nancy Reed, who was an original member of the Society. [ Read More ]

Mandel announces launch of STABLE account multi-media awareness and outreach effort

Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel announced on June 13 the launch of a new multi-media public service announcement (PSA) outreach effort for STABLE Accounts, which will increase statewide awareness for the recently opened investment accounts available to individuals with disabilities. Ohio was the first state in the country to offer enrollment for eligible individuals living with [ Read More ]

Poster Contest winner is Anne Huddleston

The Greater Milford Area Historical Society and poster competition sponsor, the city of Milford, are pleased to announce the winner of the Art Affaire 2016 Poster Contest. Anne Huddleston, artist and professional graphic designer, created the winning poster using Art Affaire’s theme “Art Bridges History” as her inspiration. Huddleston was awarded $1000 at a reception [ Read More ]

Cincinnati-Eastside Rotary announces new leadership

The Cincinnati-Eastside Rotary Club introduced new leadership for the 2016-17 Club year during its annual “Pass the Gavel” ceremony at Ivy Hills Country Club on Tuesday, June 28. Rotary District 6670 Assistant Governor Michael Chapman, of the Batavia Rotary Club, was on hand to administer the oath to the newly elected officers. Eric Radtke, president [ Read More ]

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