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Tipp Monroe Community Services is partnering with Tipp City Community Schools and Box

Tops for Education by having a new collection site for Box Top labels within our building. The

schools will earn 10¢ for every non-expired Box Top label that you clip. The schools use

this money to help purchase extra equipment, art supplies and educational resources that

help students and teachers. Box Top labels can be found on over 250 participating products

and are easy to save. A full list of participating products can be found on the Box Tops for

Education website www.BTFE.com.

All you have to do is clip non-expired Box Top labels and drop them off in the Box

Top labeled collection container that is located inside the Tipp Monroe Community Services

Building at 3 E. Main St. The school’s next big submission deadline for labels is March 1, so if

you collect labels try to get them in a couple of weeks before that date. However, the schools

will take labels year round. Thank you!

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An Open House will be held on Sunday, January 25, 2015, from 2:30 to 3:30 for all families interested in our preschool for the 2015-2016 school year. Come and meet the staff, see the classrooms and find out what Main Street Preschool has in store for your child’s preschool experience.

We offer 4 class options for children from age 2 through Pre-K. The ever-popular, after-school Lunch Bunch program extends the school day until 1:00 or 2:00. Building on almost 10 years of success, Main Street Preschool is committed to helping you help your child succeed and be prepared for the next step on the education journey.

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As 2014 drew to a close, the Tipp Foundations’ Distribution Committee met for its fourth and final 2014 session to award grants. After reviewing many strong requests for funding, final selections were made. Robots, experiments that go “boom”, and theatre stage design were among the many projects funded. In the end, eight organizations were chosen to receive 15 awards totaling $24,986.37.

The following is a list of the recipients, grant amounts awarded, and the purposes being funded.

Bethel After Prom, $500, supports the parent-led Bethel High School After Prom, which offers an alcohol- and drug-free environment for BHS prom attendees in the Spring of 2015.

Bethel Hope, $993.33, assists citizens of Bethel Township and the surrounding areas in meeting basic needs during times of critical personal downturns. Needs met include food assistance, utility support, help with rent and pharmacy aid.

Bethel Local Schools, $1,126.77, excites 7th and 8th grade students about science through five hands on experiments. Historically popular lab tests, (such as “blowing something up while wearing goggles”), will be among the experiments. It makes us all remember why science was so much fun to learn!

GIVE Medical Ministry, $1,332, purchases medical lift chairs and knee walkers for lending. This equipment assures the safety of those with mobility disabilities. Often the equipment on loan has been gifted through private individuals, but in 2014 the demand exceeded the gifting rate.

Needy Baskets, $2,000, helps this agency meet an expanding demand at the Holiday season.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $3,187.50, replaces current district-wide AED units with modern units.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $2,599, nurtures scientific inquiry for 5th graders through an extended COSI field trip in Spring 2015.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $2,235.50, adds e-books to the virtual library collection of the High School. These e-books represent literature reference sets totaling 295 volumes.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $2,000, trains a teacher for the exciting new Robotics STEM course coming to the mathematics department.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $1,500, supports the behind-the-scenes work of the theatre program by purchasing a SawStop Table Saw.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $872, strengthens listening skills through the purchase of REDCAT, an audio enhancement system that amplifies teachers’ voices in 2nd grade classrooms. This audio device amplifies the instructor so that students don’t miss important information.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $337.12, increases technology-infused learning through a Technological Media Touch Screen. Study groups of any size will access a multi-function, adaptable touch screen monitor to view the work of each other.

Tipp City Exempted Village Schools, $665.15, serves over 100 Nevin Coppock students annually through interactive books, flash cards, read alongs and phonics based on the Hot Dots Program. This program is aligned with the Common Core State Standards in Language Literacy.

Tipp City Parks Department, $2,388, purchases a new picnic table, grill and bike rack in Canal Lock Park. This grant was awarded from the Warren E. Miltenberger Fund, established in 2008 to support public parkland and natural areas.

Tippecanoe Historical Society, $3,250, defrays the costs of major structural repairs on the building that houses some of Tipp City’s historical treasures.

Since 1943, the Tipp City Area Community Foundations has awarded $1,750,319 in grants as of December 31, 2013. Members of the Distribution Committee are Jim Ranft, chair, Heather Bailey, Dave Grim, Claire Cain Timmer and Jackie Wahl. Other trustees include Jesse Chamberlain, Joan Creech, Mike Lightle, Jim McKee and Marilyn Richards.

The Tipp City Area Community Foundations is a member fund of The Troy Foundation. If you would like information about how to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Foundation, or how your organization can apply for a grant, please contact Jim Ranft at (937) 667-1270.

For more information about the Foundations’ volunteers, donors and funds, visit the web site at www.tippfoundation.org.

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Clarion Inn and Humpty’s Bar & Grill 10 Rockridge Road Englewood, OH 45322 will be providing free rides home to New Year’s Eve patrons living within one mile of the hotel property.  Patrons living further than one mile away but less than three miles can be driven home for a nominal $5 fee. Clarion owner Roy Smith says “As a bar owner I feel it is important to show good corporate citizenship.  By providing free or reduced costs trips to those who may not be able to safely drive home we are helping to assure a safer holiday for the entire community.”

 

General Manager Claude Ruizdeluzuriaga adds “For those living outside our free ride area who also wish to have a safe New Year’s Eve we are also offering a special package deal which includes dinner, a champagne midnight toast  and a room for the evening.  Guests can book the package in advance by calling the hotel or on December 31st by stopping in.”

 

Smith adds “Our goal is that no one put themselves or others at risk while celebrating the coming of 2015.”

 

About Clarion Inn Dayton Airport

A part of the Englewood landscape since 1974 the hotel at 10 Rockridge Road became a Clarion Inn in November 2013.  Clarion Inn Dayton Airport is a 148 room full-service Inn which houses Humpty’s Bar & Grill, a popular nightspot for its drinks, food and karaoke.  The Inn also boasts the largest indoor swimming pool in the Dayton area, a fitness center and meeting/banquet rooms capable of serving 5 to 300 guests. . Plus, we offer a wide range of supportive amenities like free high-speed Internet, in-room dining, 24-hour business center and, of course, comfortable rooms with high-quality bedding, large desk and ergonomic chair — everything you need in a social atmosphere with affordable rates.

About Choice Hotels

Choice Hotels International, Inc. is one of the world’s largest lodging franchisors. The company’s Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn brands, and Ascend Hotel Collection membership program, serve guests worldwide.

 

Additional corporate information may be found on the Choice Hotels International, Inc. web site, which may be accessed at ChoiceHotels.com.

 

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