Be on the lookout for treasure in Beavercreek! The legendary pirate, Cap’n Bogey left treasure behind and Align knows where it is. Align Home Health, Align Life Center, and Wee Care Academy, collectively known as Align, is hosting a treasure hunt in the Beavercreek area. Small treasure chests can be found throughout the area, and once found can be brought to Align at 4114 Mapleview Dr., Dayton, OH 45432 to redeem for $100 cash! Participants will be able to find clues for the treasure locations on a
Clark State College has received official approval from the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) to offer a third applied baccalaureate degree. The four-year degree in Addiction and Integrated Treatment Studies (AITS) is now eligible for final approval by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). “Clark State has a strong track record of responding to industry needs, and no need is more critical now than training skilled individuals in the field of Addiction and Integrated Treatment Studies,” said Dr.
Irongate Inc., Realtors Under New Ownership Dayton, Ohio (April 26, 2021) —Dayton’s largest independent real estate brokerage, Irongate Inc., Realtors®, is under new ownership. Steve Brown, broker and president, together with business partner, Greg Gillen, announced the sale of the company to Rhonda Chambal, a top-producing residential REALTOR®, and Tom Kretz, a successful commercial REALTOR®. As partners, they are taking the reins with plans to grow the brand while maintaining Irongate’s long
Universal 1 Credit Union Names New CEO Universal 1 Credit Union’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Jessica Jones has been appointed to replace Loren A. Rush upon her retirement in October 2021. Ms. Rush has held the position for 23 years as the third CEO in the company’s 84-year history. “The Board would like to thank Lori for the significant contribution she has made to Universal 1 Credit Union and the credit union movement over the past 40 years. Her leadership and vision have helped the
ALEXANDER D. WOLODKIEWICZ NAMED PARTNERPINNACLE FINANCIAL ASSOCIATES, Beavercreek, OH Alexander D. Wolodkiewicz has been named Partner at Pinnacle Financial Associates by President of the firm, Daniel E. Wolodkiewicz, CERTIFIED FI NANCIAL PLANNER™. Pinnacle Financial Associates is the Top Investment Team in the Midwest and one of the top teams in the nation for Equity Services, Inc. (ESI).
Use these forms to apply for the SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) with an eligible lender. PPP Borrower Application Form First Draw - APPLY NOWTop-line Overview of First Draw PPP Borrower Application Form Second Draw - APPLY NOWTop-line Overview of Second Draw
New Senior Activites Center Open in Beavercreek Acclaim Senior Activities Center is a Non-Profit Organization located at 3878 Indian Ripple Road in Beavercreek, Ohio. This center is a non-residential facility that supports the health, nutritional, social, and daily living needs of any aging adult 65 years of age and older in professionally staffed group settings. Acclaim Senior Activities Center can be utilized for a short-term or long-term period. This center is convenient for adults who are needing
For Release On : September 17, 2020 • Must have a physical storefront (e.g. bar, restaurant, retail, barbershop, etc.) and/or be an allowable home office as reported in the most recently filed tax return • Must be current on all federal, state, and local taxes • Must be in compliance with federal, State of Ohio, and local small business requirements Ineligible businesses include: • Adult entertainment establishments • Banks, savings and loans, or credit unions • E-commerce only
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 4, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-799-6480 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on the status of the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. MASKS IN SCHOOLS Governor DeWine announced today that the Ohio Department of Health will issue a health order requiring that K-12 children wear face coverings while at school. The new mandate comes after the Ohio Children's