The Boys & Girls Clubs of Clermont County recently hosted their twelfth annual golf outing at Coldstream Country Club. The event netted $33,000 for Club operations. The outing was filled to capacity with 30 foursomes. Former Detroit Tiger, Jon Warden, emceed the event and Coldstream member Tom Matlock served as auctioneer.
The Clermont County Community Toy Chest is looking for sponsors to provide gifts to 315 children who are in the care of the Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services. Sponsors are given the child’s first name and age, his/her sizes, and items that are on the child’s wish list; each sponsor is also assigned a number that is to be used with the child’s name when the gift is wrapped.
Clermont residents can now find out more about Clermont County Common Pleas Court by visiting the new Web site www.ClermontCommonPleas.com. There, visitors will find contact information for offices that are affiliated with the Common Pleas Court, including the Mediator/Magistrate’s Office, Jury Commissioner, Assignment Office, Foreclosure Mediation Services, and Adult Probation.
Nicholas Ingram recently soloed in a single-engine aircraft. This was Ingram’s first flight as a student pilot without his instructor in the aircraft. Ingram is enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati – Clermont College. The laboratory portion of the Professional Pilot Program is taught at the Clermont County Airport.
Two Clermont Northeastern High School 2009 graduates have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program provides motivated and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school.
Every 18 minutes someone dies by suicide in this country. About 90 percent of those individuals who die by suicide have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder at the time of their death (most often depression or bipolar disorder).
The Owensville Village Hall was built in 1859 as the Boston (original name of Owensville) Methodist Episcopal Church. Any knowledge of what had previously been on the site is uncertain, but it is believed that it was occupied by at least a couple of homes. Former Owensville mayor John Mathews is familiar with the stories of the ghost of the town hall. He says many people have heard or seen who he and other village employees call “Nellie,” but no one knows of her background or why she is there.
As Pilgrims celebrated with a feast of Thanksgiving to God for their bountiful harvests so did the early settlers and their families. The Monroe Township Historical Society continues this tradition by hosting their annual Harvest Homecoming Dinner on Thursday evening Nov. 12 at the Grant Career Center in Bethel.
In celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness, the Clermont County Business Advisory Council (BAC) recognized its 2009 Employer of the Year Awards Oct. 9 at the Clermont Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheon. Frisch’s (Eastgate and Batavia) and Rivertown IGA were the honored recipients.
American Heritage Girls Troop OH0522 spent time recdently participating in H.U.G.S. (Heritage Girls United in Giving Service). The girls collected donations of school supplies and other items for duffle bags for children placed in foster care.