Say Goodbye To 2010 and Celebrate The Start of 2011 With Family and Friends At The Kick Off Lounge Located at Ramada Inn Xenia.
I would like to wish all Chamber members, members of the Xenia area community, and friends a very happy holiday season! This has been a very productive year for your Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce. Thank you for making the Chamber’s seminars, Golf Outings, Annual Awards Dinner, and the Business After Hours events such a success this year. None of these, or our other functions, would have been possible without the motivation, volunteerism, sponsorships, and dedication of our members to make these possible. I am very thankful for the support and encouragement I have received over this past year to allow the Chamber to become an even better Chamber for the Xenia area community. I wish you all a very happy holiday season and look forward to an awesome 2011. Alan Liming, President/CEO
Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Business After Hours at the Xenia Area Community Theatre on December 9th – with the theme of a ‘Holiday Party’ sponsored by PNC Bank!
Central State University Chosen to Participate in National Initiative, Preparing Critical Faculty for the Future. Central State University will join with 12 other HBCUs in NSF-Supported Initiative to Provide Professional and Leadership Development to Women of Color Faculty Members in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Fields.
Shawnee Elementary School spare change translates into donation for Sudan
Simon Kenton Elementary School Jingle Jar provides gift cards for school families
Xenia High School students honored for winning artwork from Wicklines Holiday Open House contest
Xenia Community Schools Secretary Joyce Osburn retires after 33 years of service
Ohio's minimum wage is set to increase by 10 cents to $7.40 an hour at the start of 2011.
First up is a comprehensive list of Holiday Scams to avoid. And secondly, some extremely valuable information regarding residents’ rights in nursing homes (you’ll need to scroll down quite a bit to get to this information; like I said, the Scams list is pretty extensive!). Todd Frantz, Technology ManagerA
Xenia Community Schools employees help City of Xenia get ready for the holidays
Warner Middle School begins annual collection of food for building families
Spring Hill Elementary Schools spreads holiday cheer at Hillside Assisted Living