Fitzwater Tree and Lawn Care would like to recognize Travis Rich, Landscape Technician, on his recent completion in the 2013 Green Industry Education Series for Irrigation Installation. Travis completed a wide range of hands-on instruction of basic skills necessary to install landscape irrigation systems. Travis has been with the company for two years and is skilled in Landscape Installation and Maintenance. Fitzwater Tree and Lawn Care is located just south of Greenville at 4617 Jaysville St Johns Road.
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The winners of The Daily Advocate’s Easter coloring contest were recently announced, and the 8 year old entries took all three prizes. Pictured (left to right) are Jayden Swartz, grand prize winner, Ted Abney, owner of Bistro Off Broadway, the sponsor for the first prize basket, Skylar Fletcher, first place winner, Nicole Ward, co-manager of Marco’s Pizza of Greenville, the sponsor for the second prize basket, and Isabella Hamilton, second place winner.
ApologetiX (That Christian Parody Band) specializes in Biblical parodies of rock hits from yesterday and today, including everything from Elvis to Eminem. It’s kind of like “Weird Al” Yankovic meets Billy Graham.
ApologetiX has a simple, two-fold mission: to reach the lost and teach the rest. The band takes its name from the word “apologetics,” meaning the defense of the Christian faith (1 Peter 3:15). World-renowned author and apologetics expert Josh McDowell said this about them: “What a thrill to work with ‘that Christian parody band’ ApologetiX… The band distinguished themselves from other Christian musicians by including Bible Scripture in all of their lyrics, high-energy evangelism, and humor that was enjoyed by all ages. I can wholeheartedly recommend them to anyone.”
Parodies by ApologeliX have been heard on thousands of radio stations worldwide, including the Monumental Airshow, K-LOVE network, and the Salem-Broadcasting Network. ApologetiX has been interviewed many times on the top drive-time Christian radio audience in the country, KKLA’s afternoon-drive show in Los Angeles. They’ve also been featured on radio programs as diverse as the Howard Stem Show, Billy Graham’s “Decision Today,” and “The Dr. Demento Show.”
The ApologetiX will be Live in Concert on Saturday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. They will be performing at the Pleasant View Missionary Church at 5231 Gettsyburg- Pitsburg Road in Greenville. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets may be purchased at the Bread of Life Christian Bookstore or at Pleasant View Missionary Church. Call 447-3885 or e-mail: email@example.com with any questions. Seating is limited.
The Darke County Genealogy Society presents Cathy Nelson, speaking on the History of the Underground Railroad on April 7, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. at Garst Museum, Greenville, Ohio. Cathy Nelson is retired from Columbus City Schools with over 36 years of service. She is founder and president emeritus of the Friends of Freedom Society, a nineteenth century historical research organization whose main focus is the underground railroad.
Ms. Nelson has testified in Congress on behalf of the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Act of 1997 and she and her extensive research have won numerous awards and widespread recognition. Participating in the Ohio Humanities Council Speakers Bureau for nearly two decades, she has consistently been one of its most popular presenters.
During the nineteenth century, white abolitionists and slave and free blacks cooperated to help hide and transport runaway slaves on their dangerous journey to freedom. Ohio played a prominent role in this movement, and this slide-illustrated presentation describes a history of the Underground Railroad and particular stations throughout Ohio. This program is free and open to the public.
The enrollment deadline to join 4-H has come and gone. Your child joined 4-H in 2013. Now what? A special meeting for parents of new 4-H members will be held Monday, April 8, 2013, at 7pm, at the Extension Office (603 Wagner Avenue, Greenville). This meeting is designed for parents of members who are age eight and in third grade and older.
Included in the meeting will be an overview of the 4-H program and the opportunities that are available to 4-H members. Topics include 4-H camp, project workshops, state 4-H opportunities and more. In addition, a panel of three 4-H volunteers will share what is expected of 4-H members and their parents in order to develop an effective 4-H club.
No pre-registration is required for this meeting. Those interested in learning more about the 4-H program should plan to attend.
Questions should be directed to OSU Extension, Darke County, at 937-548-5215 or to Rhonda Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Darke County Center for the Arts will present “A Taste of Wine and Jazz XXV” on Friday, April 19 at Montage Cafe in downtown Greenville. The wine tasting party, a fundraiser for the local arts organization, will feature food and music in addition to a selection of fine wines. “We can’t believe that this is the ‘Silver Anniversary’ for the event,” said DCCA Executive Director Andrea Jordan. “They tell me that when they planned the first one, they thought that they might do a few repeats if “A Taste of Wine and Jazz” proved to be popular. Well, it certainly proved to be popular, attracting people of all ages and professions and income levels from all over our community,” Ms. Jordan explained.
Ms. Jordan also stated that DCCA is adding a few celebratory accents to highlight this twenty-fifth anniversary. “Sparkling wine denotes and induces a celebration, so one of our wine selections will be a bubbly,” she said. She also indicated the she and other DCCA officials are working on obtaining 25 special door prizes to award to those in attendance. “We invite everyone to come out for a good time and celebrate with us,” Ms. Jordan concluded.
Music will be provided by Deron Bell and the “Jazz For You” band, a group which has earned a large local following. “Deron Bell can do it all; he sings, plays a variety of instruments, and covers a broad spectrum of music,” said Keith Rawlins, DCCA Artistic Director. “The quality of the musicianship achieved by Deron and his band is equalled by the group’s joy in playing, making for a memorably good time for all concerned.” The band’s performance is made possible through the sponsorship of Cox Insurance, Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, and Kent and Melinda Myers.
“A Taste of Wine and Jazz” provides a casual social setting where attendees can enjoy the music or visit with friends while discovering the differing attributes of a variety of wines. Montage proprietors Aaron and Michelle Cox will prepare an exciting array of hors d’oeuvres to complement the wine selections. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the event closes with the awarding of door prizes at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets to “A Taste of Wine and Jazz” are $35 each, and are available at Montage and at DCCA’s office inside Greenville Public Library, or can be ordered by contacting DCCA at 937-547-0908 or email@example.com.
The Greenville summer swim team sign up dates are April 13 and 14 at the park office on Harmon Drive, between the tennis courts and track, from 2-4 p.m.
The cost is $125 and includes an individual pool pass for the summer. T-shirts also will be available to buy during sign ups for $8.
Questions and inquiries may be directed to Shelley Miller by calling (937) 459-2811.
Public officials and businesspeople joined the Darke County Township Association (DCTA) in fellowship, a few updates and entertainment at the association’s annual fish fry Tuesday night at the VFW in Greenville.
Nearly all of the townships in Darke County were represented by their three trustees and spouses, plus fiscal officers and guests, not to mention the local elected officials and state trustees officers who came to take part.
Entertainment was provided by the local musical group, Harmony, comprised of Bruce Shank, Bill Drew, Terry Longfellow and Mike Royer.
Among the state officers who came was Matt DeTemple, executive director of the Ohio Trustees Association, who spoke follow the entertainment.
“The state legislature…this is where the harmony ends,” DeTemple addressed the crowd that attended. “The transportation budget bill is to be done at the end of March. At the last minute, an amendment went in to increase the truck waste from 80,000 to 90,000 pounds. The bill got passed, but the governor has a few days to consider what to do on the bill. The main thing is that the provisions came out.”
DeTemple also talked about the PERS (Public Employees Retirement System) reform bill.
“The provision didn’t get a lot of attention,” he said. “There was a short deadline. We were able to get an extended deadline until the beginning of September.”
According to him, people who worked for the township or county could be eligible for PERS.
“Hopefully, they will work on this provision,” he said. “It’s an open-ended provision. PERS announced last week it would extend the time frame for some changes another year.”
He also talked about another big issue, the state budget bill.
“It was a pleasant surprise,” he said. “The governor’s proposal is to increase it 4 1/2 percent the first year and 3 1/2 percent the second year. I testified in front of two committees. That’s our lobbying position.”
DeTemple went on to say that he believes some issues are running into roadblocks.
“I’m not hearing about cutting local government funds,” he said. “They are trying to get indigents put into a bill. trying to broaden courses for fiscal officers and that economic development can be talked about in closed meetings. They are asking for rebates for township trustees. There is a potential amendment trying to get authorization for you to purchase bonds through gas tax money. There are a number of other things they are trying to get done in the budget. The fiscal year ends June 30. The big thing we’re working on is the budget.”
Township Association President Dave Brewer and Vice president Ed Huff Jr. recognized county and state officials as well as former officials and DCTA presidents and sponsors.
Expression of appreciation was extended to the VFW workers who prepared the fish and the those who brought in carry-in dishes to be served.
In addition to Brewer and Huff, DCTA officers are Debbie Kuhnle, secretary; Jim Zumbrink, new treasurer; and Larry Royer, executive secretary. Royer led in the Pledge of Allegiance and Richard McMiller offered the invocation.
Greenville City Income Tax Administrator, Rhonda Boyer, would like to remind the residents of Greenville that their 2012 Greenville income tax return and their 2013 declaration of estimated tax, along with any balances due, need to be filed with the Greenville Tax Department on or before April 15, 2013 to avoid late charges. City of Greenville Income Tax Returns cannot be filed electronically.
If you wish to extend the filing of your 2012 Greenville return, you must apply for the extension on or before April 15, 2013. To apply for an extension with the City of Greenville, you can do one of three things. You can download, complete, and then mail the City of Greenville extension request form found at www.cityofgreenville.org, file a written request for an extension, or mail us a copy of your Federal extension request. All requests for extensions must be received by the tax department on or before April 15, 2013 to avoid late charges.
Filing is required by all residents of the City of Greenville. You are considered a resident if your residence is located within the corporation limits of the City of Greenville. Exceptions to this rule are minors under the age of 18 and senior citizens who have retired and their only sources of income are from pensions, social security, interest and or dividends.
Residents needing forms can pick them up at the following locations, the Greenville Tax Department, the Greenville Post Office, and at the Greenville Public Library. Forms can also be downloaded from the city’s web-site at www.cityofgreenville.org.
Anyone with questions is encouraged to contact the Greenville Tax Department at 937-548-5747. Office hours are Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Residents may also e-mail their questions to the Tax Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For One Night Only, April 20th, the fantastic comic styling’s of Tim Cavanagh, will be available in Greenville, Ohio, that’s right, Tim Cavanagh, world famous comic will be appearing in Greenville, Ohio. If you don’t know Tim, did you hear the one about the high school teacher who walked into a comedy club–and they hired him? That’s where the Tim Cavanagh comedy story begins. For a full year, Tim taught teenagers by day. By night, he sang his funny songs in Chicago comedy clubs. “Not surprisingly, I found the biggest difference between the classroom and the nightclub was the drunks–which I generally let the principal handle,” Tim says.
Since leaving the classroom, Tim Cavanagh has brought his comedic songs and inventive stand-up to concert halls, corporations, college campuses and nightclubs across America. A regular guest on “The Bob & Tom Show,” a nationally syndicated radio shows now heard in 150 markets. For two years, Tim did a weekly segment on the show called “The One Minute Song,” which spawned two more CDs released on Tim’s own label, Hits & Giggles Records. At a recent Hits & Giggles awards dinner, Tim was recognized by the label as their “Best Artist,” an award he has won three out of the last four years. Even though he is the only act on the roster, a misty-eyed Cavanagh was quoted as saying, “It’s still a big thrill.”
Tim won’t be alone at this event either, with a little warm-up humor from local radio stars Dan “the man” Franks of Joy FM as the “Master of Ceremonies” time will simply hum along and Alex “Market Time” Mikos of WTGR will keep you amused until headliner, Tim Cavanagh is ready to take the stage. There is also some interactive fun provided by Louise Party Rentals, of Union City, who will be bringing a photo booth to the event. From 5:30pm-7:30m, lucky guests will be able to take “old-fashioned” photo booth pictures as souvenirs of their Night of Comedy and Caring. If that isn’t enough, Paul Ackley, will be available pre-show as well to create quick caricatures of attending guests, as well. Ackley started drawing for a local newspaper while he was in high school and has since earned four Associated Press Awards from the Ohio Associated Press. He also received a commendation from the Ohio House of Representatives recognizing his achievements as an artist. One of his most prized accomplishments is having one of his editorial cartoons being presented to Congressman John Boehner. The original drawing is currently displayed on the wall of Boehner’s office in Washington, DC. and now you, too, can have the opportunity to have him draw you as well. To finish out the meal, a sweet treat will be delivered from new bakery artist, Betsy Ward, from A & B Coffee & Cake.
A Night of Comedy and Caring on April 20th, with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. at Romer’s Entertainment Facility in Greenville, is the setting, with individual tickets selling for $25.00 and reserved tables, seating eight, selling for $250.00, this is the thirteenth anniversary of the American Red Cross fundraiser, a very decent price for dinner and a show! All reserved tables are set in prime locations and labeled. Individual seats “are come as you are” and are chosen as people enter. So think of getting a group of friends together and reserving a table. Tickets are available online with a credit card, www.redcross.org/oh/greenville by contacting the Darke County Red Cross Chapter at 937.548.1002, visiting 130 Martz Street, Suite 6 or any Board Member to order. Advanced ticket sales only. Throughout the evening, enjoy specialty drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, bid on silent auction items with everything from a family membership to the Y to a Family Fun Basket, or enter a drawing to win dinner out, fine jewelry and a slew of other prizes. Tim Cavanagh, one night only, April 20th, you don’t want to miss it!
The Darke County Genealogy Society presents Cathy Nelson, speaking on the History of the Underground Railroad on April 7, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. at Garst Museum, Greenville, Ohio. Cathy Nelson is retired from Columbus City Schools with over 36 years of service. She is founder and president emeritus of the Friends of Freedom Society, a nineteenth century historical research organization whose main focus is the underground railroad. Ms. Nelson has testified in Congress on behalf of the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Act of 1997 and she and her extensive research have won numerous awards and widespread recognition.
Participating in the Ohio Humanities Council Speakers Bureau for nearly two decades, she has consistently been one of its most popular presenters. During the nineteenth century, white abolitionists and slave and free blacks cooperated to help hide and transport runaway slaves on their dangerous journey to freedom. Ohio played a prominent role in this movement, and this slide-illustrated presentation describes a history of the Underground Railroad and particular stations throughout Ohio.
This program is free and open to the public.
Would you like to win a free dozen of bagels every week for the next year? Thats 12 bagels a week for 52 weeks- a $375 value!!
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Everyone has regrets in life. We look back and wish our choices had been different; better than the ones we made. Broken hearts and painful tears stain our past. Our passionate cry is to somehow change – to become the person we long to be.
On March 30, Clinton Randall will share his own story at The Well. It’s a powerful, candid story that will capture your attention. More than that, he will share how God forgave and loved him into a life worth living.
If you feel you are beyond God’s grace, that your choices are just too terrible for God to forgive – then Clinton’s story will be the one you will want to hear! Join us Saturday, March 30 at 6:30 pm at 111 Devor Street in Greenville, Ohio to hear his personal story. You won’t want to miss it!
The Well is a ministry of EUM Church and meets every other Saturday night. The evening begins with music, followed by a discussion on a particular topic, leading into small group discussion over a cup of fresh, hot coffee. The evening concludes with a time to just hang out. The Well closes at 9:00 pm. We hope to see you there!
EUM Church worship services are Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8:15, 9:45, and 11:15 a.m. at our Worship Center located at 1451 Sater Street (corner of Sater and Sebring-Warner Road) in Greenville, OH. The Downtown Campus, 111 Devor Street, houses our offices and preschool. For more information, go to www.eumchurch.org or call 548-3211.
The Greenville Elks #1139 recently donated to the Greenville Township Fire Department. The station will use the funds to enhance their firefighting capabilities.
The City Of Greenville will begin Brush pick-up April 5th. The pick-ups will be every Friday through September. Please contact the Street Department at 548-2215 to schedule a pick-up.
March 24th has been chosen by the Comanche Steak and BBQ Company to honor the members of A Troop 107th Ohio Calvary. Some of the members of the unit will be returning home from Afghanistan, providing an opportunity to thank all of the members of the A Troop 107th Ohio Calvary for their service to this country. Because the troop is a local Ohio Calvary Unit and the Comanche Steak and BBQ Company is a local caterer who specializes in westem-themed events, it seemed natural to show their appreciation by welcoming them home with a full spread of BBQ with all the trimmings. The event is to be held at the Greenville Armory on Wagner Road on Sunday, March 24th at 1 p.m. For any additional information, please contact Mel Zappia at 937-469-1974.
As part of helping everyone live healthy lives, the YMCA of Darke County hosted a membership drive during the month of February. Anyone who joined the Y during the month of February had the opportunity to donate 20 canned goods in lieu of the joiner’s fee. As a result, 807 lbs of canned and boxed goods were collected for local families in need. The food has been donated to the FISH Choice Food Pantry, which is an ecumenical organization serving the nutritional needs of the Darke County area, utilizing home delivery and a choice pantry. Kristy Cutarelli, Director of the FISH Food Pantry, says that amount of food will assist about 20 local families with an average size of 4 members. “Every bit helps,” she says, “We really appreciate the donation.”
The FISH Choice Pantry started in Greenville in 1967. Cutarelli says she has seen the need for food assistance go up each of the past several years. The pantry is supported completely by donations from individuals, churches, local groups and clubs, schools and businesses. In 2012, the Pantry assisted over 3,000 local families, which is nearly 10,000 individuals. Volunteers put in over 3,000 hours last year, as well. The food pantry is located at 501 Gray Avenue and is open to walk-in clients on Mondays from 1-2 PM, Wednesdays from 10-11 AM and Fridays from 4-5 PM. Home delivery is available 6 days a week, Monday-Saturday.
The Y’s Annual Community Support Campaign is in full swing! Funds raised through this effort are used to help people in our community with financial aid toward becoming members, acquiring child care, learning youth sports, and more. “Through our community support campaign, we want to educate people that we are more than a place to go to exercise tor swim, but an organization that does vital work thanks to the support of the community,” said Gail Hostuttler, Executive Director of the YMCA of Darke County. Membership dues alone cover only 45% of the cost to operate the Y, and therefore are not part of scholarship assistance. Please consider donating to our campaign!
The Y’s Annual Meeting will be held Monday March 25 at 7:00 pm at Romer’s Side Room. Light refreshments will be served. The evening’s agenda will include elections for the Board of Directors, staff and volunteer recognitions, 2012 highlights and the Y’s vision for 2013. RSVP is required, please contact Gail Hostuttler, Exective Director, at 548-3777 or email@example.com.
For more information about membership or programs, visit us online at www.ymcadarkecounty.org or call the Y at 548-3777.
AEP Ohio customers can win one of four $250 VISA gift cards when they recycle an outdated refrigerator or freezer between March 1 and April 30.
While the appliance recycling program pays incentives year-round, customers have an extra reason to recycle outdated units during this spring cleaning season. In addition to receiving complimentary pickup of their old, inefficient refrigerator or freezer, participating AEP Ohio customers will receive a $50 incentive check and be automatically entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of four $250 VISA gift cards.
With spring cleaning right around the corner, think of what you can do with an extra $250, like purchasing items to make your home more energy efficient.
Recycling refrigerators and freezers creates numerous benefits for utility customers and the environment.
“Everyone is a winner with this program. When you recycle your old fridge, not only do you get paid $50, but you can also save up to $150 a year in electricity costs and help the environment, said Dave Tabata, AEP Ohio consumer programs manager. “Recycling a single unit repurposes more than 188 pounds of materials such as foam, glass and metal for future use.”
To schedule a free pickup, customers can call 1-877-545-4112 or visit AEPOhio.com/Rebates. Refrigerators and freezers must be in working order with an inside measurement between 10 and 30 cubic feet—standard size for most units. A maximum of two units per household a year will be accepted. Incentive checks arrive by mail six to eight weeks after the appliances are picked up.
AEP Ohio encourages consumers to take advantage of all our cost-saving measures. We have programs and incentives to make your whole house energy efficient. Go to AEPOhio.com/Rebates to learn more.
On Friday, March 8, the four Greenville High School choirs traveled to Bellefontaine High School to take part in the OMEA District 11 Choral Adjudicated Event. All four choirs received I ratings from each of the adjudicators for the evening.
The choirs are now qualified to take part in the OMEA State Choral Adjudicated Event on Friday, April 26th at Tippecanoe High School.
The Concert Choir performed in Class B with “Will There Really Be a Morning?” by Victor Johnson, “Gloria” edited and arranged by Patrick M. Liebergen, and “Cantate Domino” by Mark Hayes. Members of the Concert Choir are: Erin Albright, Zach Baughman, Sam Bowers, Kyle Brown, Kyle Bruner, Hannah Cloyd, Michaela Colby, Curtis Conrad, Cylas Conway, Sabrina Curry, Alex Davis, Caitlyn Eckstein, Allan Eikenberry, Malachi Flatter, Jeanna Gnade, Sarah Green, Travis Grooms, Ashley Grote, Ben Hayes, Adam Hickerson, Mahala Howard, Logan Hummel, Hannah Hunt, Jessica Kerg, Kalista King, Evan Kiser, Brittany Kuhn, Derek Lockhart, Heath Marker, Kimmy Martin, Brooke Netzley, Shelby Price, Kira Ross, Tessah Schinke, Lena Stephan, Ryan Wintrow, and Brayden York.
The Women’s Choir also performed in Class B with “Where the Green Willow Grows,” by Douglas E. Wagner, “My True Love Has My Heart” by Laura Farnell, and “Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel” arranged by Earlene Rentz. Members of the Women’s Choir are: Erin Albright, Hannah Cloyd, Michaela Colby, Sabrina Curry, Caitlyn Eckstein, Jeanna Gnade, Sarah Green, Ashley Grote, Mahala Howard, Hannah Hunt,
Jessica Kerg, Kalista King, Brittany Kuhn, Kimmy Martin, Brooke Netzley, Shelby Price, Kira Ross, Tessah Schinke, and Lena Stephan.
The Men’s Choir performed in Class C with “Sing Me a Song of a Lad That is Gone” by Sherri Porterfield, “My Heart’s in the Highlands” by Sherri Porterfield, and “We Sail the Ocean Blue” arranged by Ruth Artman. Members of the Men’s Choir are: Zach Baughman, Sam Bowers, Kyle Brown, Kyle Bruner, Curtis Conrad, Cylas Conway, Alex Davis, Allan Eikenberry, Malachi Flatter, Travis Grooms, Ben Hayes, Adam Hickerson, Logan Hummel, Evan Kiser, Derek Lockhart, Heath Marker, Ryan Wintrow,
and Brayden York.
The Girls Glee performed in Class C with “Swing Low!” arranged by Audrey Snyder, “Eja, Eja” by Mary Lynn Lightfoot, and “Angels Watchin’ Over Me” arranged by Patsy Ford Simms. Members of the Girls Glee are: Caitlin Beasecker, Markella Beisner, Sarah Brandon, Meghan Bright, Kaitlyn Brinley, Mikayla Byers, Shyanne Byers, Shelby Cassity, Savanna Cook, Seryn Crawford, Cora Crowell, Kayli Duncan,
Kennah Ellis, Kassidy Estes, Bethany Foster, Meagan Foster, Madison Garland, Maicie Griffith, Alyson Hardy, Rachel Henninger, Jessica Hensley, Abby Kindley, Madison Lawson, Chyanna Lewis, Ashley Littlepage, Samantha Lobenstein, Rachael Mann, Kiersten McGlinch, Lyssa Middlestetter, Casey Mortensen, Sophia Navas-Davis, Faith Penn, Elizabeth Reed, Mariah Riddle, Macie Riegle, Chelsea Roth, Adrianna Shell, Shanelle Smith, Jessica Thompson, Mariah Warren, Justice Watts, Katie West, and Nicki Weyrick.
The Greenville High School Vocal Music Department is accompanied by Mrs. Terri Fryman. Chaperones for the trip were Dawn Kindley, Nicole Smith, Brian Hunt, and Teresa Hunt. Michele Smith is the director of the four choirs.
The Greenville Athletic Boosters will be holding a Bowling and Silent Auction Fundraiser Night on March 23, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at The New Treaty Lanes.
The event will include your bowling, pizza, bowling shoes, and a silent auction bid number. There will also be door prizes, bowling
prizes and a 50/50 drawing throughout the evening.
Tickets to bowl are on sale for $20 a person and can be purchased from the GHS Athletic Office at 548-4416, from Stephanie Baumgardner at 459-2616 or from your Coach.
Feel free to come to the event if you don’t bowl and bid on the items available at the Silent Auction! For those that want to join the fun without bowling, we have Silent Auction tickets
available at the door for $10 which gives you a bid number to use for the silent auction!
Some of the items that will be available to purchase at the silent auction are 4-night stay at the Lazy Parrott Inn, a front row parking space at GHS football games, Gift Certificates
to several restaurants, themed baskets made by the different sports teams and much more!
A special thank you to our 2013 Professional Level Sponsors – Greenville National Bank and Second Nationl Bank. If you are interested in making a donation such as a monetary donation, a item or service for auction, please contact Stephanie Baumgardner at (937) 459-
100% of all proceeds go to Greenville Athletic Boosters to help support GHS athletes by purchasing equipment and providing
scholarships. Thank you for your support!