Get involved in X-Plan – a Comprehensive Plan for Xenia by Xenia! The City has already held two public workshops on November 16 and 30, but there are still ample opportunities to get involved!
Think about the organizations - businesses or charities - you've interacted with in the last year. Which ones have you recommended to others? Which ones have you modeled your own business after? Which charities do you support repeatedly because of their work in our community? Maybe your own organization comes to mind. Nominate those organizations for your Better Business Bureau's Eclipse Integrity Awards. These awards honor businesses and nonprofits for their management practices, business relationships, promotional efforts and reputation.
The Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce (XACC) will hold a Membership Benefits Breakfast Wednesday, January 25 at 7:30 a.m. at WGC Golf Club. This newest XACC event will nourish local business by sharing membership benefit information with the community.
The Xenia Area Young Professionals (XAYP) recently donated $2250 to the Xenia Community School Homeless Education Program. The XAYP raised the funds during its annual silent auction at the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce (XACC) Business After Hours Christmas Party at the Xenia Moose Lodge. This was the third XAYP auction and the organization has now raised more than $5,000 for the Xenia Schools Homeless Program. Eighteen local businesses donated baskets or items used to create baskets for the auction.
Adult Workforce Education Partners with Pearson VUE for IT Offerings
Open House & Chili Supper Plans Come Together
Staff and Students Celebrate the 1980’s
Board Member David Taylor Honored
SkillsUSA Community Service Team Introduces Pilot to Xenia Nazarene
Adult Workforce Education Holds Graduation
Culinary Arts Catering Business Booming
Vet Science, Equine Science Open House Slated for Feb. 11 at Ag Research Center
“Christmas Facts” of the Week
An e-mail scam using the Better Business Bureau's name and logo continues to proliferate across North America, and even to some overseas addresses. Most of the e-mails carry the famous BBB torch logo and come with the subject line "Complaint from your customers." The e-mails have a link or an attachment containing malicious phishing malware that steals information, often with devastating results.