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Read To Lead Annual Fundraiser
Rising Stars of America is on a mission to help increase literacy, and help teachers build a culture of continued growth inside and outside the classroom.
The funds raised from the Read to Lead Fundraiser will support the future success of our young stars and help them to reach their full potential and create a brighter future.
Please join hands with Rising Stars of America, Superintendent of Cincinnati Public School Laura Mitchell, and a host of others on this journey.
Mix-and- Mingle Experience 1:30-2:30 PM | Live performance by 2nd Wind The Ultimate Jazz & R&B Experience | This group is one of the most sought after local show bands, offering smooth jazz, R&B, pop, and funk. They put on quite a show so you don’t want to miss this one.
Oxford Township Police Dept. 1st Annual Spooktacular Charity Car Show & Trunk or Treat
1ST ANNUAL SPOOKTACULAR CHARITY CAR SHOW
AND TRUNK OR TREAT
CALLING ALL KIDS AND PARENTS
PUT YOUR HALLOWEEN COSTUMES ON AND JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF FUN. PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
OCTOBER 28TH, 2017 5-9 PM
WALMART SUPER CENTER 5720 College Corner Pike, Oxford OH
SAFE FAMILY FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT, FREE TO THE SPOOKTATERS, GHOSTS, AND GHOULS ALIKE
Trunk or Treat REGISTRATION INFO: Contact Sgt. Patrick Piccioni
Phone: 513-523-7131 E-mail: email@example.com Or simply stop in the Oxford Twp PD, 925 S. Main St Oxford, OH
Pre-registration list will be formed and payment can be made the day of the event.
CALLING ALL HOT RODS, MUSCLE CARS, OFF ROAD TRUCKS N JEEPS, MOTORCYCLES, COLLECTORS AND ENTHUSIASTS
PRE REGISTRATION BEGINS OCT. 1ST – 26TH. COST $10 A CAR
DAY OF REGISTRATION OCT 28TH, COST $15 A CAR
REGISTRATION AND SET UP BEGINS AT 4P
Decorating your vehicles is encouraged but not mandatory. When it comes to decorating there are the obvious choices (webs, spiders, pumpkins, brooms, fog, strobes, etc…) Have fun with it!
TROPHIES AWARDED BEST OF SHOW, BEST DECORATED, BEST OF CATEGORY.
1ST 50 REGISTRANTS GET A DASH PLAQUE COMMEMORATING THE EVENT.
PLEASE BRING INDIVIDUALY WRAPPED CANDY TO HAND OUT
FOOD AND DRINKS WILL BE ON HAND TO PURCHASE DURING THE EVENT. PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES. THANK YOU TO ALL PARTICIPANTS, VOLUNTEERS, AND DONARS. DONATIONS OF ANY KIND ARE WELCOME. PLEASE CONTACT SGT. PATRICK PICCIONI, OXFORD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPT. @ firstname.lastname@example.org or #513-523-7131 and leave a message. Vist www.facebook/OxfordTwpPolice to view the event flyer.
Make Camp Possible
This event benefits Camp Possible, a therapeutic-based summer program for children who struggle with behavioral health issues. Enjoy food, drinks, music, and superhero fun!
UC at the Zoo
University of Cincinnati’s annual sneak preview of Festival of Lights.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden 3400 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45220 (513) 281-4700
Racing4Vets 24 Hour endurance race
We are doing a 24 hour endurance race at Full Throttle Indoor Karting. It starts on Veterans Day and goes thru the 12th. Every hour we will dedicate it to a fallen service member and their Gold Star family will be in attendance. We are trying to get the word out for sponsor ships or donations/ prizes to give away. Also anybody can start their own team a race as well. Thanks for any help and have a great day.
Adam Meyer (Navy Veteran)
3rd Annual PawPrints Quarter & Silent Auction
PawPrints Animal Rescue, Inc. is currently planning a Quarter & Silent Auction to help with the costs of operating a non-profit rescue. This fundraiser will be on Saturday November 18, 2017 at
St Timothy’s Parish
10272 US 42
Union, KY 41091
Doors open at 5:15, the auction begins at 6:00pm.
$2 admission = 1 paddle and $1 for each additional paddle. Proceeds will offset the high veterinary costs we incur with each new animal we intake.
New Richmond Marching Band Craft Fair
Craft fair benefits marching band uniform fund and raffle proceeds benefit Lions Reach Out, a small charity that helps needy students and their families in the New Richmond community. We’re looking for vendors and visitors. Booth fee is $30, usually 50+ vendors and this year, our elementary gifted students will be offering their own products, developed during an entrepreneurship unit, for sale to benefit the elementary school library.
Lots of booth space still available, and visitors can come to the craft fair in the morning, then go into the village of New Richmond for more one-of-a-kind shopping–antique stores, memorabilia, etc. Have lunch at the Front St. Cafe with a gorgeous view of the Ohio River and hang out till evening for music and other entertainment.
Contact–Sue Griffin, New Richmond High School, 1131 Bethel New Richmond Road, New Richmond, OH 45157; 513-553-3191, x10314
Lions Reach Out is a small charity that helps needy students and their families in the New Richmond school district. The organization provides Christmas gifts, emergency clothing, help with school activities and events, grocery cards and other expenses that some of our families can’t afford. This school year, LRO has provided emergency clothing for 10 students, paid band camp fees for four students, bought Homecoming Tickets for three students, and we raised enough money to prevent electric being disconnected for one of our families. LRO won a Clermont County Salute to Leaders award for Clermont County in March.
Turkey Tuesday is a fundraiser for Lions Reach Out; this year, we’re doing a staff vs. student lip sync battle, staff vs. student rap battle and a Duct Tape a Teacher to the Wall event. Students pay $5 a ticket to attend this event that is held during the school day on the day before Thanksgiving vacation.
Contact info: Sue Griffin
New Richmond High School
1131 Bethel New Richmond Road
New Richmond, OH 45157
Dragonfly’s Grand Gala
Join us for our annual Grand Gala! This years event will be taking place at The beautiful Renaissance Hotel in Cincinnati, OH. The Dragonfly Foundation’s annual Gala is one of “the great ones,” according to Movers & Makers. The Dragonfly Foundation is dedicated to helping young cancer and bone marrow transplant patients and their families find their strength and empower their flight. We do this by providing relentless support, relevant materials, and caring, nurturing and transformative experiences. Dragonfly programs are dedicated to improving the patient experience during treatment and supporting quality of life for the patient and family as they move from diagnosis through long-term recovery.
Big Climb Philly
Big Climb Philly is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s annual stair climb to the top of FMC Tower at CIRA Centre South, one of Philadelphia’s skyscrapers, challenging the community to join LLS in the battle against blood cancers! Rising above the dynamic cityscape of Philadelphia, the climb is an exhilarating, one-of-a-kind event, providing an opportunity for participants to test themselves as they climb 45 flights of stairs all the way to the top of FMC Tower at Cira Centre South on May 19, 2018 in support of the LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.