Downtown Xenia Now, (DXN) formerly Xenia Downtown Revitalization Committee, plans to nominate approximately 50 commercial buildings in the downtown area for National Register Historic District status. When asked why the group hopes to obtain this nomination, volunteer Chairman John Finlay states that “DXN is working to provide incentives to owners seeking to improve their properties. Listing on this National Register is step one for making properties eligible for a number of state and federal funding sources.”
Below is a list of upcoming events in Ohio. For more information or to register, please use the links below.
Central State University and the Dayton Section of the American Chemical Society have teamed up to offer a new scholarship competition to encourage students who have an interest and aptitude in chemistry to continue their education. Students interested in participating should submit a 3-5 page essay on "Chemistry and Its Relevance to Me" to the Education Committee by Friday, April 12, 2013.
The best kind of advertising is word of mouth. But what words, and whose mouth? The Chamber's Media Marketing Seminar at 11:30 March 27 will give attendees an advertising strategy that will help businesses understand buying as an emotional experience.