Celebrate back-to-school at the September 4 Women In Business Luncheon with speaker Christy Fielding, Director of Business and Technology for Xenia Community Schools. A 2014 Dayton Business Journal 40 Under 40 award-winner, Christy is sure to have an enlightening story about her journey to achievement in a profession once uncommon for women.
Director brings multimedia, Xenia's early history to Grover's Corners.
The Xenia Area Community Theater will commence its 2014-15 10th Anniversary season with Thornton Wilder's timeless classic, Our Town at the Kettering Health Network Theater September 5 through 14. Wilder's Pulitzer prize winning play, which premiered in 1938, has been produced countless times from high school to professional stages, but perhaps never before utilizing a large, multimedia screen, portraits of local history and a bridging of the community with the play's setting.
$500 - $1000 Scholarships!
Only for Members of
Dayton Area Young Professionals!
ServiceMaster Restore by Angler is sponsoring and participating in the Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb to honor the firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11 and raise money to help the surviving families of fallen firefighters.
10 YMCA’s for three days
- $0 joiner’s fee
The Shawnee Park Pavilion will be filled with pickin,' singin,' hip-hop dancing and rock during the 2014 Xenia Community Festival. The Festival will showcase local talent, including headliner Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers, at Shawnee Park the weekend of September 19-20.
Brilliant Smiles showed off their gorgeous remodeled office office with the latest dental technology at the August Business After Hours.
The Xenia High School Class of 1974 recently enjoyed its 40th Class Reunion. Class members Brian and Alan Liming, who both serve on the the Board of Directors of the XCSF, organized a class fundraiser. The class donated over $600.00 to the Foundation. Many thanks to those who contributed!