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Friday, April 18 2014 @ 01:17 PM EDT
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Wilberforce University launches "WILBER" for Disaster Preparedness

 

Wilberforce University Disaster Management and Recovery Center brings to the Greene and Montgomery County Communities WILBER, the new easy-to-use software that enhances disaster preparedness.

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Tax Tip of the Week

 

Some Things You Need to Know About Social Security....

Social Security Choices

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WBZI-AM/FM 1500 and 100.3 Partners With Ohio Brownfield Ag News Radio Network

Ohio Brownfield Ag News is pleased to introduce WBZI-AM/FM 1500 and 100.3 Xenia, as an Affiliate of Ohio Brownfield Network. WBZI is committed to serving the agricultural audience in Greene County, Fayette County, Clark County, and Montgomery County and is carrying Ohio Brownfield Ag News radio programs.  WBZI, Greene County’s only locally owned and operated commercial radio station, offers the most experienced radio staff in the region as well as neighborhood promotions, local news, high school sports coverage, and public service. WBZI has one of the most loyal listening audiences in the Miami Valley and the Dayton region and operate the only stations continually serving the rural, surrounding areas in southwestern Ohio with a unique music mix of country oldies, bluegrass, gospel, and exclusive local information.

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Funding Available for State of Ohio Trade Missions!

The Ohio Department of Development organizes trade missions to initiate and nuture relationships with potential international business partners. Participating in an Ohio trade mission provides your company with an opportunity to meet business executives face-to-face, greatly enhancing your potential for future export success.
 
All small business trade mission participants may apply for up to a $3,000 reimbursement through the IMAGE Program to offset the costs of airfare, ground transportation, and lodging!

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XACC's Partners In Education Committee Creates a "WISH LIST"

A group of Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce members is ramping up efforts to help Xenia Community Schools meet some budget shortfalls. The long-running Partners in Education Committee is establishing a page on the Chamber’s web site that lets the public know how to make donations to the district. Items being requested include smaller items like pencils and magic markers and big-ticket items like tape players and televisions. (See the left 'navigation menu' and click Partners In Education or click here to view the page)

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Like a Tennis Match, Winning in Business Today Requires a Competitive Advantage . . .

 

Get the Dayton SCORE “ADVANTAGE” for your business today

 

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February Business After Hours at Legacy Village & Assisted Living

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.

Take a look at some pictures...

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Xenia Public Library News

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.

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News from the Xenia Schools

Technology and Learning at McKinley
Extended Learning: Simon Kenton Garden Club
Positive Behavior Support at Tecumseh
Key Communicator Team Announced
Redistricting: It's All About Our Kids

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"Marketing to Trail Traffic" Luncheon Seminar Offered by Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce

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.

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Tax Tip of the Week

 

Rules on Charitable Contributions


New Form and Rules for 2011

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Greene County Combined Health District Offers Free Radon Test Kits (online)

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.

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