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Everyone was ready to celebrate during the party atmosphere at Business After Hours hosted by Collett Sealcoating. Thanks for the best-attended Business After Hours this year!
Over 200 people attended the annual Hall of Honor Dinner and Induction Ceremony held on April 12th at Tecumseh Elementary School. The six inductees were honored for their successful careers and contributions to the community. All are local Xenia area residents and will serve as role models for the youth of Xenia. Plaques honoring each of the inductees will be permanently displayed at Xenia High School.
Collett Propane has been selected as one of the finalists for the Better Business Bureau 2014 Eclipse Integrity Awards. These awards are given to Miami Valley businesses and nonprofits who model ethics, honesty and integrity for the community. The winners will be announced May 13 at your BBB’s Eclipse Integrity Awards.
The Family Violence Prevention Center of Greene County (FVPC), Greene County Children Services, and Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities, together with event sponsor the Xenia Chrome Divas, will host “Walking to STOP Child Abuse,” a 5K walk/run, in recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April.
Students are encouraged to "Ride with the Mayor" to complement this year's Rails and Trails theme in the Xenia Community Festival Parade. Mayor Marsha Bayless will be Grand Marshall of the fourth annual Festival Parade at 9 a.m Saturday, September 20.
The next Women In Business Luncheon features a young regional leader recently named a finalist for the Emily's List Gabrielle Giffords Rising Star Award. At the Luncheon on Thursday, May 1, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley speaks about her journey as a woman who committed early to a career focused on civic involvement.