The romantic Chamber ribbon-cutting at T. Lane Designs featured a wedding proposal as family, business colleagues and friends gathered with XACC President & CEO Alan Liming and other dignitaries for the Chamber ceremony. Jeremy King put a ring on owner Tori Lane's finger in front of her new business at 75 W Main St.
Please join the Wilberforce-Xenia Optimist Club at the La Comedia Dinner Theater for the performance of the musical A Mighty Fortress Is Our Basement. The event will be Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 6:00 P.M. La Comedia is located at 765 West Central Avenue in Springboro.
Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased from Charles Feaster (376-1662) or Lawrence Dalzine (376-5565). The Optimists look forward to having you join the club on the 27th!
The Xenia Adult Recreation & Services Center, 130 E. Church St. (across from the YMCA) has planned their Annual Veterans Dinner to be held on Monday, November 11th. Doors open at 4:30 and dinner is at 5:00. The dinner is open to the public and is sponsored by Hidy Family of Cars again this year. The cost of the dinner is $7.00 per person (non-veterans). Veterans are FREE. Reservations are required for both non-veterans and veterans no later than Nov. 4th. Stop by the center at 130 E. Church St. to purchase your ticket. For information, call Rosemary Fawley at 376-0282.
XTown Performance follows up the Chamber ribbon-cutting last week with its 1st annual Dyno Day and Cruise-In on Sunday Oct. 20th from 10am to 6pm with a Show-N-Shine competition and highest horsepower competition on the dyno at its West Park Square Plaza location. See the ribbon-cutting photos.
Help stop childhood hunger in the Xenia Community. Every school day nearly 60% of Xenia's elementary school children receive free or reduced priced meals. What do these children eat on the weekend... some of them, very little to nothing? X-Out Hunger wants to make a difference one student at a time.