The February Business after Hours was “tres bene” when Legacy Village featured Taste of Italy in its lovely Community Center on the Legacy campus. More than 50 Chamber members enjoyed fruit and cheese hors d’oeuvres, a chocolate fountain and an Italian soda bar. The tables were decorated with photos from all the great Italian cities to add to an additional international flavor to the event. Door prizes included flowers and pastries. Thanks to Marcy Yeatts, Sue Hunt, Steve Throop, Rochelle Workman and everyone at Legacy Village for great refreshments in a beautiful setting.
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A reminder of their upcoming Civil War related programs at the Xenia Community Library in March.
Starting this Saturday, Catherine Wilson of the Greene County Historical Society will be presenting the first of two presentations in March. They also have author Roger Pickenpaugh presenting on Civil War era prisons (including those in Ohio). And, they will have the third installment of our book discussion series with Dr. Haas from Wright State University.
Local business owners are urged to attend the “Marketing to Trail Traffic” luncheon seminar offered by the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce (XACC) from 11:30 to 1 p.m., Wednesday, March 21, at the Xenia Station, , Xenia.
The luncheon is part of a series of programs offered by XACC's Professional Outreach Committee to the business community and its members.
Radon is a colorless, odorless soil gas that can build up in homes and may pose an increased risk of lung cancer to occupants. The only way to know if radon exists at elevated levels in a home is to test. The U.S. EPA recommends that all homeowners take steps to test their homes. Elevated indoor radon levels can be corrected with the installation of a ventilation system to direct the gas outdoors. Homeowners are able to determine the best way to address their radon levels, as testing and correction of elevated levels are not required by law.
Clark State is excited to present two workshops on March 16, 2012, at our Greene Center campus in Beavercreek. Dr. Robey, back by popular demand, will present Effective Communication for Managers and Managing Conflict and Anger.
These workshops are specifically designed for people who work with people! It will benefit all professionals whether you are in management or hoping to move into a managemment position.
WYSO's Spring Pledge Drive is coming up, March 13th - 18th. You can make your money go even farther by offering a matching grant.
Matching grants help inspire WYSO listeners to pitch in during our drives and make pledges of their own. You can contribute a matching grant as an individual or you can pool your money with your friends, colleagues, neighbors or book club members. We'll even mention your group on the air.
Contact Stephanie Elsass at 937-769-1388 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
The X-Plan Existing Conditions Report is now available on the City’s website! This comprehensive report is a planning-level analysis, completed by City staff, of Xenia’s location, history, land use, demographics, community facilities, economy and infrastructure. It helps to identify community needs, opportunities and challenges that the City will face as it plans for the future. The findings of this report will complement the community input that you have provided in shaping the goals and strategies of X-Plan.
Click the link below to access the webpage with links to the report (scroll down to the “Full Report” section to access the complete report). I hope that you find the report informative.