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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 4, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today forecast Cloudy High of 38� weather 16a thursday february 4, 2010 vol 3 no 125 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce parents to Host fundraising dinner for injured student by Aaron Larson Start writer Larson a Beavercreek a parents of football players and band members at Beavercreek High school will be hosting a fundraising dinner to help a fellow student who was injured in an Accident Cory Lundy a 17-year-old Junior at Beavercreek High school suffered serious injuries to his head and Abdomen after he lost control of his pickup truck on Jan. 15. His truck collided with a Guardrail off Shaker on Road. Miami Valley Hospital where Lundy is being treated reported that Lundy was in stable Condi Tion following a series of operations. Lundy was a wide receiver for the Beavercreek football team and an outfielder for their baseball team. To help offset medical expenses for Lundyy a family band and football parents Are putting together a Spaghetti dinner. The dinner w ill include the Spaghetti. Bread salad drink and a dessert. The dinner will be on feb. 19, from 5 to 9 . Tickets Are available in Advance from the Beavercreek chamber of Commerce at 3299 Kemp Road through feb. 17. Tickets for adults Are $6. Tickets for children Between six and 12 Are $4 and children under six eat free. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email miss these super bowl safety. Greene county Safe communities announced that they Ore teaming up with the National football league nil the National Highway traffic safety administration nits and other state and local Highway safety and Law enforcement officials to remind everyone to designate a sober Driver if they plan to be drinking alcohol on super bowl sunday. Page 3a>�?� sports lady bucs fall. The lady bucs did t have time to make a run at Butler. By the time halftime rolled around they were almost completely out of it. The bucs 12 5 scored their fewest Points of the season. Page 13a> water sewer rates increase by Aaron Larson stall writer Larson a Xenia a water and sewer rates for the county saw a Small increase since the beginning of the year marking the first time water rates increased since 2002. The Greene county sanitary engineering department increased sewer rates by five percent see water Page 3a a a Charles Caperton Greene county dailies a fire hydrant sits in front of the Greene county Beavercreek water resource reclamation facility on factory Road. The county has increased water and sewer senior Hula in the Coola Day held at Barsc. Page 1b>noteworthylocal students several area residents have been named to the Wilmington College Dean s list for the 2009 fall semester. To be eligible for the Dean s list Honor a student must be enrolled full time and maintain at least a 3.5 Grade Point average on a 4.0 scale. Wilmington College a career oriented Liberal arts institution affiliated with the society of friends quakers is located in southwestern Ohio approximately one hour from Cincinnati Columbus and Dayton. Two branches in Cincinnati serve a Large number of non traditional students. Additional information May be obtained at . Area residents named to the Dean s list who Ore attending Wilmington College main Campus Ore Beavercreek Zachary r. Butler of ambassador drive senior Kristen k. Deutsch of Oakbrook Boulevard freshman Anne m. Keenan of rumble Hurst court Treshman Taylor l. Leoce of Crown Point freshman Kathryn e. Koleski of West wind drive Junior 4.0 Shannon m. Tighe of Fawcett drive senior. Super donation deaths a her nth Lark Ward 83 Wilmuin Nunn pane a it so years ago in Greene county feb. 4, 1960 members of the Xenia High school key club and their fathers or guests Learned about Quot Man in space Quot at a banquet held at Meyers. Online 1 i a who do you want to win the super bowl in t vote in our online poll. Gre6ne<ountydailies.com Index almanack.5b Beavercreek Bellbrook 3b business.7a celebrations.6b classifieds.8a-10a county Region state. 2a farm/4-h.4b Jamestown Cedar ville.2b lifestyle.12a lottery.6a record. .6a senior. In sports. .13a Isa notion world. .7a Charles Caperton Greene county dailies super Subby a located at 513 w. Second st., Xenia owner Kurt Rowell is planning to donate a portion of All sales on super bowl sunday to the american red Cross for Haiti disaster Relief. Local super Subby a donating Quarter of sundays proceeds to Haiti Relief by Laurel Estephens contributing writer interns Xenia a this super bowl sunday Xenia a super Subby s Wilt be donating 25 percent of their profit to the red Cross to help w Ith Haiti Relief efforts. Sundays really Arentt a Busy Day for Subby s. In an Effort to boost sales and to help out those who Are in need Subby a owner Kurt Rowell and his wife decided they wanted to donate Money to those in need in Haiti. A obviously its a horrible situation a said Rowell. With super bowl sunday right around the Comer. Rowell and his wife figured a fundraiser would be a Good idea to Combine sales w Ith support. This fund Raiser will he Rowells first big attempt of giving Hack to those in need through Subby s. A your goal is to raise at least 500 dollars that we will be giving to the red Cross for Haiti a said Rowell. He also said see donations Page 3a a a coming tomorrow a Usa weekend Surprise actor Leonardo Dicaprio is More silly than serious a inserted fridays look who a hiring. A janitorial position file sharpening co., inc. See of Page 8a a a Why pay Moro save Mot than so o year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Coll 372 4444, ext. 144 a big thank you to m of the Day
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