The Milford community lost a dedicated servant and an “Angel of Mercy” on Monday, June 15. After a brief illness, Mary Jane Miller, 93, died leaving family, friends and the Milford community to mourn her passing and remember her service. Miller moved to the Cincinnati area in 1934, from Anderson, Ind. She met her husband, Bill Miller, and settled into the Milford community in 1952. She launched a career of voluntary service which affected the entire Milford community.
A group of nine students from the DECA Chapter at Milford High School and Great Oaks Career Center recently won top honors at the DECA National Competition in Anaheim, Calif. The students and their marketing instructor Ed Pregitzer were invited to the Clermont County Commissioners meeting on June 16 in recognition of their achievements.
A crowd of explorers, hikers, bikers and planners met at the entrance to the Williamsburg to Batavia hike-bike trail for a ribbon cutting Friday, June 19. The ceremony marked the end of Phase I of the project which began more than eight years ago.
This weekend the Third Annual Founder’s Day Celebration will be held at Burke Park in Bethel, Ohio. With the economy in the shape it is in, this free event jammed packed with fun, music, crafts and food is a great way for families to get out and have some fun.
Eastgate South Drive will be closed from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Tuesday, July 7, and Wednesday, July 8, for installation of a new transmission main.
Unintentional falls are a threat to the lives, independence and health of adults ages 65 and older. Every 18 seconds an older adult is treated in an emergency department for a fall, and every 35 minutes someone in this population dies as a result of their injuries.
The Mercy Hospital Clermont volunteers were recognized and thanked for their contributions of time and talent for the 2008 year and three local high school students were also awarded college scholarships at the annual Awards Luncheon. Mercy Hospital Clermont held its Volunteer Awards Luncheon that honors all of the individuals who volunteered for the hospital in 2008.
Hamersville Baptist Church members discovered this month there certainly is strength in numbers – numbers of volunteer construction workers, that is. An estimated 65 men from nine states were at the church this week helping to build a new and bigger sanctuary around the current smaller sanctuary at 1661 State Route 125 in Clark Township.
Union Township will have no problem finding road salt this year due to the efforts of township administrator David Duckworth. During the township meeting Tuesday, June 9, he made a recommendation to the board to accept a bid submitted by the Cargill Company.
Mayor Mary Ann Lefker commented during the council meeting Thursday, June 11 on the participation of council members with the dunk tank fund-raiser at June in Olde Williamsburgh. The course for the run took participants down part of the Williamsburg-Batavia Hike/Bike trail and back up by the high school. Derek Jones was the overall winner of the 5K “Run for the Funds” with a time of 19:59.