Archive for March, 2010
>A night of pride was evident in the 6th annual Waves of Pride. Hundreds of families turned out to witness the talent in the Greenville City School District. In conjunction with the annual event the Greenville High School PTSA sponsored their 2nd annual Spaghetti Dinner with a successful response. The PTSA would like to thank all of their corporate sponsors Leis Realty Company, CJ Highmarks, Eikenberry’s, Buchy’s and the Fairlawn for their support. Also, to the PTSA members, teachers, and students, that assisted in the successful evening. A big thank you to the kitchen staff at the high school, for their gracious time. Finally, thank you to those that purchased tickets. The PTSA donated all of the proceeds to the PTSA Scholarship Fund, which is awarded yearly to a senior boy and girl. To qualify you or your parent must be an active member of the PTSA. The PTSA invites parents and students to become involved in the PTSA as a way to stay involved with your kids, and Promote A Positive, Open Communication Between Students, Parents, Teachers And Community.
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8 – Cloverbud Volunteer Training, 7:00pm, OSUE Learning Center
16 – Turkey pickup, 11:00am-3:00pm, OSUE Learning Center
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>On March 30, 2010 at approximately 6:44 a.m., the Greenville Police Department responded to 414 Sycamore Street on the report of a possible deceased female. Vereena M. Deal (68) was found by her husband, and was pronounced dead at the scene. The Greenville Police Department and the Darke County Coroner’s Office are investigating.
UPDATE: this death is now being described in the media as a “homicide or suspicious death.”
UPDATE 2: Steve Baker adds this video report [click on the image]:
>Read all about it here.