Montgomery County

MIAMI TWP.

JEDD board meeting today

The Dayton Mall-Miami Twp. Joint Economic Development District Board of Directors is scheduled to meet today.

Among the items on the agenda are the 2017 proposed budget and an update on the Miami Crossing District. The meeting scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Miami Twp. Government Center, 2700 Lyons Road. STAFF REPORT

MIAMI TWP.

Breakfast event hosted by township

Elected officials in Miami Twp. will host a quarterly Breakfast with the Board Wednesday.

The event, open to business leaders in the township, is scheduled for 8 a.m. at LJB, 2500 Newmark Drive. RSVP at http://www.miamitownship.com/.

For more information, call 433-9969. STAFF REPORT

WEST CARROLLTON

School board meeting Wednesday

The West Carrollton City School District Board of Education is set to meet Wednesday.

Among the items on the agenda are the granting of 13 supplemental contracts. The 6 p.m. meeting is scheduled for the Community Room at West Carrollton High School, 5833 Student St. STAFF REPORT

DAYTON

German club hosting events

Dayton Liederkranz Turner, 1400 E. Fifth Street, is hosting a Fall Beer tasting on Friday.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Sample some 10 different seasonal imported and craft beers. The Bierfest will include free snacks and door prizes. Food, including brats and metts, and a variety of beers and other drinks will be available for purchase. Cost is $20 for admission. Pre-register by today for a discount. For more information, call 937-429-9251.

The German Genealogy Group will meet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Attendees will have an opportunity for an expert in German Script to translate their family records and correspondence. The translations are 30-minute sessions by appointment only. For more information, contact Louise Gaertner at uhglhp42@aol.com or 937-434-7999. STAFF REPORT

DAYTON

Support group to meet Wednesday

The Families of Addicts support group is scheduled to meet from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Life Enrichment Center, 425 N. Findlay St.

This week’s session will feature a guest speaker from the Ellis Human Development Institute at Wright State University who will be giving a presentation on stress management.

FOA’s mission is to embrace families, friends and individuals struggling with addiction in order to promote recovery, support and advocacy.

For more information, call 937-307-5479, email info@FOAfamilies.org, or visit facebook.com/FOAfamilies or www.FOAfamilies.org. STAFF REPORT

KETTERING

Capturing your life story

This holiday season, give your loved ones an unforgettable gift — a beautiful, bound book full of your stories, experiences and life lessons. Jill Basom, creator of My Life Inscribed (an interview guide full of thought-provoking questions), will walk you through recalling and documenting your most precious memories and experiences. This event will be held from 10-11 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, at the Charles Lathrem Senior Center, 2900 Glengarry Drive, Kettering. Cost: $20 CIL members, $25 resident, $30 non-resident. All ages welcome.

My Life Inscribed can also be used to interview your loved ones to capture their stories. Registration includes refreshments, interview tips, fun conversation, and your own copy of My Life Inscribed to get started on that morning.

Register at www.playkettering.org Activity # 421568A/AA. STAFF REPORT

CENTERVILLE

MVCC to meet Wednesday

The Miami Valley Communications Council (MVCC) will meet 4 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the MVCC Large Conference Room, 1195 E. Alex-Bell Road, Centerville.

For more info, call 937-438-8887, or visit www.mvcc.net. STAFF REPORT

DAYTON

Transition fair links students with resources

The Dayton Public Schools Office for Exceptional Children announces the 2016 Provider Transition Fair, presented by the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services (MCBDDS) from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 17, at Ponitz CTC, 741 Washington St., Dayton. The event is held to connect individuals and families with private providers of adult day, employment and transportation services.

Planners focus on middle and high school students with disabilities who are beginning to think about their plans for living, earning and learning after leaving high school. Students, their families and teachers will receive information about options for living, working and continued learning, as well as community resources to support taking the next steps into the adult world.

Representatives from most provider agencies in Montgomery County will be at each event to speak to individuals of all ages and their family members about their programs and services. (Please note: These fairs take the place of MCBDDS’s earlier Meet and Greet events, which featured fewer providers.)

To prepare for this event, individuals and families may wish to review the following resources available on the MCBDDS website at http://www.mcbdds.org/362/Find-a-Provider.

Questions about these events may be directed to Kaye McCarthy at 937-457-2804 or kmccarth@mcbdds.org.

Transition provider events also will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Nov. 9, at Wayne High School, and Nov. 29, at Trotwood-Madison High School. STAFF REPORT

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