Diabetes Self-Management Workshop

Mar 9, 2020 - Mar 30, 2020


Diabetes Self-Management Workshop


Mondays: February 24 - March 30  2 :00 PM - 4 :30 PM

This six-week program is for adults 50 & over with diabetes type 1 or 2, or prediabetes, and those who wish to support their family and friends.  Participants meet in small groups, to learn ways to overcome barriers to healthy living, set goals, and report on their progress each week.  The Diabetes Self-Management Workshop is free and offered to the community through support from the Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio and led by experienced, certified instructors.

Questions? Contact Cara Ebel 513 932 1424 ext185 

Workshops are free, fill quickly, and class size is limited. You must register with Cara Ebel prior to the start of the workshop.


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1699 Deerfield Rd, Lebanon, OH 45036

"Dragons Love Tacos" - Lebanon Theatre Company

Apr 4, 2020

“Dragons Love Tacos”

An Off-the-Hill Production

Recommended for children ages 3 and up

Do you know what dragons really love?  Tacos, of course!  Chicken tacos, beef tacos, big tacos, and even tiny tacos.  Join us at LTC as a boy and his dog watch a television show about dragons and discover what happens as they unexpectedly get caught up in the “Do’s and Don’ts” of what to feed them.  But, if they accidently eat spicy salsa, watch out!!!

April 4, 2020.  Shows at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Tickets are available on-line at and are only $5 each.  ($10 for Adults)

Join us for the fun at the Mechanic Street Theater located at 10 S. Mechanic Street in Lebanon, OH.   Contact us at 513-228-0932 or visit for more information.

Black Bag Bingo

Apr 11, 2020
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Doors open at 5 PM

Bingo starts at 7 PM

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121 S. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036

The Dayton Chapter of PAHCOM and Miami Valley MGMA

Apr 17, 2020
7:30 am - 5:00 pm

 2020 Seminar Information – PAHCOM & MVMGMA

Dear Industry Colleague:

For the 7th year…...the annual event you won’t want to miss!  

The Dayton Chapter of PAHCOM and Miami Valley MGMA would like to invite you to be a part of our 2020 Annual Seminar/Vendor Fair.     The theme for the seminar is still to be determined.

This year’s seminar is being held on Friday, April 17, 2020 in Dayton, OH at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace Country Club, 10000 Yankee St , Centerville, Oh  45458  (https:

Vendor exhibits are an essential part of our seminar’s success and benefit both the attendees and the companies who choose to participate.  We thank you for being a part of this event.  We are expecting about 100-120 Regional Healthcare decision makers to attend our annual seminar.  

We realize the time and budget constraints that everyone is facing. 2020 will be a successful year with all of us working together as a team. We are excited to offer several different levels of sponsorship.  Please refer to the attached grid for a complete listing of the benefits for each of the different levels.  Quantities of sponsorships are limited, so please respond quickly.

Dayton Chapter of PAHCOM and Miami Valley MGMA have combined resources to produce a joint educational seminar for the leadership of the medical community. *** Mark your calendar for April 17, 2020. ***

All levels of sponsorship include one six foot table per booth space.  Two representatives per booth are permitted. 

Breakfast, lunch and drinks will be provided for the two designated representatives.

NOTE:  We request that all participating vendors donate a door prize.  This year, drawings for door prizes will occur at our afternoon break. 

To reserve your space, please forward the registration form along with payment as soon as possible.



Dayton Chapter of PAHCOM                                   Miami Valley MGMA Chapter (MVMGMA)                                                                PO Box 293037                                                         PO Box 593

Kettering, OH 45429                                                  Dayton, Ohio 45409


Dayton PAHCOM Annual Seminar Sponsorship Levels



       April 17, 2020


Platinum Sponsorship














Exhibit space location

(Vendors choice)

1st Choice or Lunch Sponsor

2nd Choice

3rd Choice


Presentation time to attendees

10 minutes

5 minutes during seminar

During door prize drawings


Company brochure/literature distribution

(Vendor provides all materials by

April 10, 2020)

On attendees’

lunch tables

Included in attendees’ 




Recognition of sponsorship on all signs

(Vendor to provide electronic file of logo by

March 6, 2020)

Company logo

Company logo

Company name


Recognition in seminar invitation

(Paid registration must be received by

March 6, 2020)





Recognition in attendees program materials

(Vendor to provide electronic file of logo by

March 6, 2020)

Full page color ad

Half page color ad

Half page

B/W ad


Recognition in all media releases

(paid registration deadline is

March 6, 2020)





Recognition on Chapters websites





Post-meeting attendee list













Event Date:  APRIL 17, 2020


q  My Company would like to become a PLATINUM Sponsor in the amount of $2,000. (2 offered)

q  My Company would like to become a GOLD Sponsor in the amount of $1,500.  (2 offered)

q  My Company would like to become a SILVER Sponsor in the amount of $1,000.  (2 offered)

     q  My Company would like to become a BRONZE Sponsor in the amount of $500.  (30 offered)


           **Booths will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis (Limit 2 booths per vendor)

Location: The Golf Club at Yankee

Trace,10000 Yankee St.     Centerville, OH    45458

Corporate functions may not be held concurrent with official PAHCOM functions.  Any functions, regardless of size or locations, must be approved by the PAHCOM Executive Committee.

**FINAL Registration deadline is MARCH 15, 2020.


Please make checks payable to:  Miami Valley MGMA

Mail registration and payment to:

             2020 Seminar Committee

             P.O. Box 593

             Dayton, OH  45409


Online Payment option:; Membership & Community; Chapters; OH-Dayton Ohio Chapter; Chapter Store; drop down

 Mail registration to the above address.

VENDOR INFORMATION (Please print clearly.)

Company Name: ___________________________       Product/Service: ____________________________

Contact Name: ______________________________

Contact Phone/Email:________________________

**Two designated representatives per booth space.


#1 Representative: ____________________________     


Address: ____________________________________

(Must be completed)


#2 Representative: ___________________________


Address:  ___________________________________

City: ________________

State:  ___

Zip:  ______

City: ____________


Zip: ________

Phone: ______________

Fax: _________________

Phone: ___________

Fax: ___________________

Email: ______________________________________

Email: _____________________________________

l need electricity for my display.    Yes or No  

     (Outlets are limited. Extension cords and power strips are NOT provided).

I would like to donate a door prize.  Yes or No

Authorized Signature: ____________________________________________

Date: ____________

Thank you for choosing to support the Dayton Chapters of PAHCOM and MVMGMA

Internal Use Only

Payment: ___________

Amt: ________________

Date Rec’d: __________

Check #: ____________







The 2020 Dayton PAHCOM and MVMGMA Annual Seminar/Vendor Fair will provide attendees with advanced knowledge to ensure the continuous pursuit of excellence in the management of medical office practices, combined with new product knowledge learned in the exhibit hall.

The Dayton chapter of PAHCOM and MVMGMA consists of medical office managers, administrators, supervisors, directors, assistants, coordinators, specialists, and consultants, with clinical and operational responsibilities.

Official Date: April 17, 2020


Seminar Location: The Golf Club at Yankee Trace, 10000 Yankee St,

Centerville, OH  45458


Deliver your message in a professional, focused, and educational environment. The Dayton Chapter of PAHCOM and MVMGMA present you with networking opportunities to build relationships with new and existing customers. Choose from four different levels of sponsorship, each one providing visibility and recognition for your company beyond the annual seminar.


We request all participating vendors provide a door prize.  Drawings will occur at the end of afternoon break and end of the seminar.


Vendors are invited to attend the

speaker’s sessions.

Breakfast, lunch and drinks will be provided for two designated company representatives.




  United Rehabilitation Services


Want to dress casual while attending the seminar? Make a minimum cash or check donation of $10.00.


Make check payable to:


United Rehabilitation Services



Exhibit Description:

6 foot space with (1) one table, (2) two chairs. If displays require more space, an additional table may be purchased for an added cost of $500.


If you need electric for your display, please bring an extension cord and an outlet strip. Additional information will be made available approximately one month prior to the seminar. Tablecloth coverings will be provided. Color of tablecloths will be at the sole discretion of the 2020 Seminar Committee.

Space is limited. Register early to ensure a spot.



Carrie Ashburn

Contact:   937-620-8338

Cory Newhouse

Contact: 937-361-0362


**All payments MUST be made out to MIAMI VALLEY MGMA and sent to the P O Box WITH Registration OR paid online at .

A copy of our W-9 form can be provided upon request


Payment is due with vendor registration.

Registration deadline is

March 15, 2020.


Please make checks payable to:      Miami Valley MGMA

Mail registration and payment to:

MVMGMA – Attn:

2020 Seminar Committee

P.O. Box 593

Dayton, OH  45409


Online Payment option:; Membership & Community; Chapters; OH-Dayton Ohio Chapter; Chapter Store; drop down

 Mail registration to the above




Assignment of Space:


Exhibit space will be assigned at the sole discretion of the 2020 Seminar Committee. Factors affecting exhibit location include support level, the date the registration form with payment was received, the number of exhibits, need for electricity, and proximity of competitors.


EXHIBIT SCHEDULE:  (Times are subject to change without notice)



Exhibit Set Up: Friday, April 17, 2020 7:30a.m.- 8:30a.m.


Exhibit Hours: Friday, April 17, 2020

                           8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Exhibit Teardown: Friday, April 17, 2020

                           2:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.


To register your representatives, please list the names of those representative(s) (limit 2 per table) working at the booth on the Vendor Registration Form. Only employees of the exhibiting company, or its agents, will be issued a badge. Booths must be manned the entire time the exhibit area is open.

10000 Yankee St., Centerville, OH 45458

LYB Opening Day

Apr 18, 2020

Lebanon Youth Baseball has begun preparations for the 2020 Spring Season which starts with Opening Day on Saturday, April 18. This is the tenth year of Lebanon being a member of Little League Baseball.  

Opening Day is a daylong celebration of baseball in Lebanon. We begin the day at Colonial Park East with our Opening Day Parade and Ceremony (Parade to be held at Colonial Park East this year due to Monroe Ave. construction) steps off at 9am. Players and coaches will parade around Colonial Park East finishing the march at East Field 4. The Opening Day ceremonies will be held, culminating with the ceremonial first pitch.  At 11:00am, the first games of the season will be played. We have a festival surrounding Opening Day with a bouncy house and our Opening Day raffle.  

Lebanon Youth Baseball is asking for donations from your business that we can use in our raffle. Last year we had more than 30 businesses donate to the LYB Opening Day raffle. This is a great way for your business to support Lebanon Youth Baseball and in turn, the family and friends of LYB get a chance to support your business!  

Proceeds from the Opening Day raffle will go to the LYB general operating fund, which supports the game of baseball in Lebanon. All items donated for the Opening Day raffle are eligible as a tax deduction as allowed by law for goods and services.  If your business is interested in participating in Opening Day, please contact me. 

Thank you for your support of Lebanon Youth Baseball


Eric Huddleson

Lebanon Youth Baseball

Board Member/ Opening Day Coordinator


Mobile: 513-444-6051 (call or text) 


                Lebanon Youth Baseball is a state of Ohio non-profit and a 501c3 charitable organization                        Lebanon Youth Baseball is a member of the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce                                             and recipient of the 2019 Community Service Award 


Richard Lynch Band

May 16, 2020
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Warren County Fairgrounds

Healthy Living Market

Sep 12, 2020
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Click to register

Downtown Lebanon on Mulberry Street

Home Depot - Opportunity is Knocking

Feb 12, 2020 - Mar 31, 2020

2020 Summer Enrichment Camps

Feb 25, 2020 - Jun 30, 2020

Registration is now open for Warren County Educational Service Center 2020 Summer Enrichment Camps.  Through collaborative efforts the Warren County Educational Service Center is able to offer 5 summer enrichment programs that endorse the creation of innovative and diverse educational experiences for students and offer opportunities for them to explore secondary education interests.  Each program offered is designed to provide unique learning environments for the participating students while strengthening their knowledge in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields.  Camp opportunities are posted on our website:

Sinclair WiSTEM Camp (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) provides young women in high school the opportunity to explore careers in STEM fields such as genetic engineering, biology, forensic science, chemistry, biomedical engineering, and consumer goods and materials engineering.  Through a series of field trip experiences, students engage in hands-on activities bringing the possibilities of a STEM career to life.

Safety Town is a program designed to teach children between the ages of 5-6 year-olds (entering Kindergarten or 1st Grade) Safety appropriate for their age. Led by the City of Franklin Police Department and Warren County Sheriff’s Office, students learn a vast amount of knowledge of various Safety topics.

Sinclair Waterbotics STEM Camp promotes an interest in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.  Students are presented with challenges that they then must design, build, and program robots that maneuver in the water.

Home Depot Construction Camp offers middle school aged students the opportunity to work alongside construction professionals, introducing the students to some of the different trades in construction the construction industry.

Cincinnati State Exploring Healthcare Careers Camp introduces students interested in healthcare to careers in the healthcare industry through instructor led lectures, engagement activities, and skill enhancement workshops.  Students are also able to participate in robust job shadowing experiences.

YMCA Camp Contryside

Feb 25, 2020 - Jun 30, 2020

YMCA Camp Countryside is Gearing Up for the Best Summer Ever  

Programming keeps kids moving, exploring and learning all summer long                               

[Lebanon, OH] – At the end of the summer, families want to hear their child had “the best summer ever.” To help make that happen YMCA Camp Countryside, which was recently voted as the Hulafrog “Most Loved All-Around Camp" winner, is offering day camp, keeping kids and teens in Warren County adventurous, active, engaged and healthy all summer long. Registration opens March 2 for these YMCA camp programs which offer youth fun and unique experiences with an opportunity to explore the outdoors, meet new friends, discover new interests and create memories that last a lifetime.

Summer is the ideal time for kids to get up, get out and explore. But for some kids, summer means no access to recreational and educational activities to help them learn, grow and thrive during out-of-school time. As a result, some kids can experience learning loss and engage in far less activity. Attending YMCA Camp Countryside summer camp is a wonderful opportunity for kids to keep their minds and bodies active.

“It’s imperative that kids stay engaged socially, physically and academically throughout the summer. Summer camp is a wonderful way to ensure that,” says JaMarcus Gibson, Camp Director, Countryside YMCA. “In our day camps, kids are in a welcoming environment where they can belong, they’re building relationships, developing character and discovering their potential. We really encourage parents to give their kids the gift of camp to keep them active and engaged all summer long.”

Gibson says there are five reasons why children and teens should attend summer camp:   

1.   ADVENTURE: Summer camp is all about a wide variety of new experiences and exploring the outdoors. YMCA camps have a new adventure for every child and teen. Visit for details.


2.   HEALTHY FUN: Day camps offer fun, stimulating activities which help kids stay active and try new activities that can become lifelong ways to have fun. 


3.   PERSONAL GROWTH: While in the welcoming environment of camp, youth have a chance to learn new skills, and develop confidence and independence by taking on new responsibilities and challenges. Camps offer cognitive learning and social-emotional development opportunities for achievement.


4.   FRIENDSHIPS: Amidst the fun of camp games, songs, swimming, and more, campers meet new friends and strengthen existing friendships. The bonds formed at camp are important and lasting for many youth.