What's Great in Dayton: September 7 - 13, 2012
Tonight is First Friday in downtown Dayton and the United Way will host the Live United Block Party in the Oregon District from 4 to 7 p.m. 19 agencies of the organization will set up booths along Fifth Street, If you visit more than 10 of the booths then you will be entered into a raffle to win several prizes, including a diamond tennis bracelet and a pair of tickets to a Cincinnati Bengals football game. Look for Heater, the Dayton Dragons' mascot, wearing a Live United T-shirt during the block party.
The Warren County Genealogical Society is having their fourth annual day-long cemetery restoration clinic on Saturday, at the Null-Blinn Pioneer Cemetery in Springboro. The clinic will demonstrate in step-by-step fashion how to preserve and restore a cemetery, with recommendations as to what people should and should not undertake.
The Tecumseh Land Trust is having their first ever Sunflower Photo Competition. The winner will be announced at the their Harvest Auction September 21st. The winner will receive two tickets to the auction as well as additional prizes.
At the University of Dayton Libraries there is an exhibit titled Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible. It highlights the dramatic history behind the making of the King James Bible, and includes its influence on English and American literature and its multifaceted impact on culture and society to the present day.
Charlie, back to fall, Campbell