Middletown Ohio

Find us on
 Twitter and Facebook


Home | Yearly News Archive | Advertisers | Blog | Contact Us Sunday, September 22, 2019
Aerial view of Middletown, Hook Field can be seen in the upper right
Middletown, Ohio

Newest Forum Members


Recent Topics

Fall 2019 Election
US mainstream media NBC exposes the true face of F
Middletown: A field of Dreams?
hops in the hanger
LED Street Lights
Have a Nice Retirement Chief Muterspaw
Gracies Ownership
Prosperity In Middletown
Happy Father's Day
Blast Furnace Pizza Closing

Community Events
hops in the hanger
Middletown Canal Museum
Middletown Historical Society Events
Middies Quarter Auction
Santa parade

City Manager
Middletown: A field of Dreams?
U.S. 2020 Census - What Will It Reveal?
My Boy Adkins

Economic Development
It Appears Lincoln School Is Next
Downtown Development-The Middletonian
Looks Like Trouble In Downtown's Paradise
Business Closings
Sorg Opera House

City Council
Fall 2019 Election
What the???
Vitori Alley Paving
Downtown Public Wifi
Vitori/Gracies State Tax Lien

Income and Property Tax
Mulligan's State of the City Speech
Proposed City Road Levy: Mayor Mulligan Op-Ed
Taxes and City-Subsidized "Downtown" Deals
Middletown-High Taxes-Low Values
Senior organization wants levy renewal

Community Revitalization
Bikes For Rent In The Downtown Area
Why Not The Whole City?
Back In The Real Estate Business Again
The old Lincoln school and their downtown
The Manchester-A "hot potato"

School Board
Behind our backs???
School board candidates
Be Gone, you have no power here
Focus on future not past
State report card stigmatizes district

School Tax Issues
Property taxes going up
Middletown Schools: No tax hike
Tax Revenue
Tax Anticipation Notes

School Achievements
Science Help From Outside The District
Every Ohio district ranked
How did your school perform
Middletown receives low marks
District score in reading, graduation

Middletown Sports

Misc Middletown News
LED Street Lights
Prosperity In Middletown
Blast Furnace Pizza Closing
Trenton/Midd City Jail Contract
Make It Middletown Ron......

For Sale
Upright Freezer
Want to Buy-Core Aerator
Free To A Forever Home
Found Jack Russell

Real Estate for Rent
Home for Rent - 3505 Lorne Drive Killeen, TX 76542
2602 Lu Circle Killeen, TX 76543
Tips To Upgrade Your Outdoor Area
Eye-Catching Rental Listing
Tips on Dealing with Bad Tenants

Real Estate for Sale
Great house!
Real estate prices to rise
Is Commercial Property Still a Good Investment?
Real Estate Listing
Sorg Mansion

Outside World
Operation Welcome Home
New spike in drug overdoses in Hamilton
Viet Nam onPBS
Medical Marijuana Not Legal in Middletown
EDUCATION across all TV net works!
85% Drop in Food Stamp after work requirement
$11M project at Middletown
MetroParks seeks levy
Many Ohioans struggling financially
Hearings on medical marijuana
Living in poverty
Tenant Displacement to Middletown
Ohio Gun Owners...
Butler County Foreclosures
TechOlympics Champions
Middletown Community News
BCDR National Philanthropy Day
Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:26:14 AM - Middletown Ohio

From Frances Sack

MIDDLETOWN, OHIO-----The Community Foundations of Butler County and Butler County Development Roundtable will host the fourth biennial Butler County National Philanthropy Day this month.

The luncheon will be held from noon until 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18 at the Pendleton Art Center in Middletown. Gold Sponsors are AK Steel; Silver Sponsors, American Savings Bank, Atrium Medical Center/Premier Health Partners, and Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital and Fifth Third Bank.

Butler County nonprofit agencies have been invited to honor donors and volunteers whose gifts of time, expertise and resources contribute significantly to their organizations and our communities. This luncheon will provide an opportunity for them to publicly recognize those individuals who helped them achieve their financial goals that provide the services so vital to the Butler County communities.

National Philanthropy Day (NPD) is a special day set aside across the country to recognize and pay tribute to the great contributions that philanthropy -- and those people active in the philanthropic community -- have made to our lives, communities and work. This year marks the 26th anniversary of NPD.

Jim Wainscott,  the Chairman, President and CEO of AK Steel Corporation, is this year’s keynote speaker. He has served in the steel industry for nearly 30 years. Under Mr. Wainscott’s leadership, AK Steel has achieved a dramatic turnaround and, once again become a globally-competitive steelmaker. In addition to his responsibilities at AK Steel, Mr. Wainscott is a member of the Board of Directors of Parker-Hannifin Corporation. He is the past Chairman of the American Iron and Steel Institute, as well as a current member of the Washington, DC-based Business Roundtable. He also serves in volunteer leadership positions with a number of educational and charitable organizations. Mr. Wainscott has been recognized as one of America’s Best CEO’s by Institutional Investor magazine. And, in recognition of his lifelong contributions to the North American steel industry, he received the American Iron and Steel Institute’s highest honor – the Gary Memorial Medal.

John Lomax, emcee for the event, is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee and is co-anchor of Good Morning Cincinnati on WKRC-TV, Local 12. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Tennessee. He was two years into his graduate course work in communications when he was hired full-time by WTVK-TV in Knoxville and became hooked on television journalism. In June 1983 he was hired by Local 12 as the Northern Kentucky Bureau Reporter. Since then John has been heavily involved in community activities. He has served on several boards and volunteers his time to many organizations.

John is no stranger to the Butler County area having served as emcee at the Middletown Community Foundation’s Crystal Apple Awards, Butler Country MRDD and was emcee at the Atrium Medical Center’s Hospital Gala in 2007. This is John’s fourth year as emcee for the BCDR National Philanthropy Day event.

BCDR is a collaborative of area fund-raising professionals who promote benevolent giving to nonprofit agencies. This group is in its 11 year of offering quarterly networking and educational opportunities to Butler County and surrounding area professionals. The organizers have also created a giving circle at the Hamilton Community Foundation to honor area Butler County philanthropists.

For additional information about this event, please contact Duane Gordon, Chair of the NPD committee at (513) 424-7369. Limited seating is available.


Copyright ©2019 MiddletownUSA.com    Privacy Statement  |   Terms of Use  |   Site by Xponex Media  |   Advertising Information