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MLL Rafflemania July 9

 

Don't forget that the Monroe Lending Library's Rafflemania is Saturday, July 9th. Doors open at 6:15. Loads of nice items up for raffle. Special raffle for a Vera Bradley handbag. Come on out to support our library! Questions....513/594-4845

We will also be raffling off Cincinnati Reds tickets and tickets with the Western and Southern Professional Tennis Tournament.

 

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Rafflemania April 11

Monroe Lending Library will hold their first Rafflemania on Saturday, April 11 in the Community Room at the Library, 6 East Avenue. Doors open at 6:15 and the Auction starts at 7:00pm.

You will be able to bid on a wide variety of products using raffle tickets. Tickets are $0.25 each.

There will be a special raffle for a Google Certified Zeetablet as well as other special items throughout the evening.

Raffle items will feature products from the following companies: Read more »

Monroe Community Chorus Dec. 5 & 6

WHO: The Monroe Community Chorus and Jazz Orchestra
WHEN: Friday Dec. 5 & Saturday Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Monroe United Methodist Church located at 206 East Ave. Monroe, OH
Come celebrate Christmas as the Chorus, made up of 50 of the finest voices in the area; accompanied by a Jazz Orchestra, made up of 18 of the finest professional musicians in the area, perform the collection “Christmas Classics” by Don Marsh. Read more »

Local Carpenters Donate to Disabled American Veterans

In early October, Local 2 of the Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters (IKORCC) donated $1,500 to Disabled American Veterans (DAV), a national veterans advocacy and assistance group with the core mission of providing veterans with a full range of benefits to lead high-quality lives.

Donations for DAV were collected at Local 2’s annual picnic, which was organized by the Local 2 Member Action Committee (MAC). Funds were raised by general donations and activities at the picnic, including Local 2 member participation in a dunk tank. Read more »

Seniors Got Talent Contest

Open to all residents in the Middletown and the surrounding areas.

50 years of age and up!

Sing, Dance, Act, Play an instrument or whatever!

Auditions:
Friday October 24, 2014 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Performance Date for Finalists:
Friday, November 14, 2014 7:00 p.m.

1st Place Prize $300 2nd Place Prize $200 3rd Place Prize $100 Read more »

Let Your Voice Be Heard

September 29, 2014
To the Residents of Monroe,

As one of the ‘Since1871’ facilitators of Monday’s public meeting regarding the old Monroe High School, I want to again thank the city and school representatives that made the time and effort to meet face to face with the public: Councilwoman Anna Hale, Councilman Steve Black, Councilman Todd Hickman, Councilman Dan Clark & Vice Mayor Suzi Rubin (who arrived late but with a good excuse – she was helping interview for our new police chief). I also want to thank George Long, Business Manager for Monroe Local Schools & Brett Guido of the School Board. I don’t think any of them were prepared for the direction of the meeting or what was being asked of them.

Our tiny group formed just 5 days ago. We passed out nearly a 1000 flyers in 2 days. We blasted social media and contacted the press. In the end, we filled the community room with 50 concerned citizens, 6 elected officials and 1 paid staff. I am pretty darn proud of that effort. Read more »