Community Services Seeks Instructors

Tipp Monroe Community Services is a non-profit organization providing recreational, educational and cultural programs at reasonable prices for all ages.  Instructors are needed to teach new classes and programs.  If you have a special skill or hobby that you are willing to share, TMCS needs you.  We are specifically looking for teachers in the following areas: couples dancing for adults, exercise, nutrition, interior decorating, issues concerning senior citizens, creative writing and social networking.  These are our ideas, what are yours?

A Holiday Tradition in Tipp City

Start the Holidays on a good note!  Come hear the Tipp City Community Band on Friday, December 2 at 7:30 pm in the fellowship hall of Zion Lutheran Church at 14 W. Walnut in Tipp City.  Listen to holiday favorites, along with new renditions.  Requests are taken and a sing-a long makes” the evening “bright”.  Homemade cookies will be served by the Women of Faith.  The concert is free and is a great activity for all ages.

Upcoming Holiday Bus Trip

Enjoy trains, dinner and lights!  Hear Christmas carols and take a journey to the North Pole at EnterTRAINment Junction.  Visit Bern’s Nursery for coffee and a free poinsettia then have dinner at the Barn & Bunk market.  Lastly, enter through ChristmasTree lane into a sparkling fantasyland in this drive through holiday light display in Middletown, OH.  All you have to do is get on the bus on Tuesday, December 6.  Price per person $60.  Trip is through Buckeye Charter and is sponsored by Tipp Monroe Community Services.

Tippecanoe Christmas in the Village

TMCS is one of several locations where you can pick-up 2011 Tippecanoe Christmas in the Village home tour tickets. The holiday tour of historical homes in downtown Tipp City is on Saturday, December 3rd from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.  The tickets are $12 in advance, $20 on the day of the event.  Stop in during business hours to get your tickets until December 2nd.

For more information on TMCS events, activities and classes, call 667-8631 or go to