Events

Warren County Foundation Grants Program for 2020

Dec 23, 2019 - Dec 31, 2020

Warren County Foundation

Grants Program for 2020

The Warren County Foundation will continue their grants program based on funds available during 2020.  Discretionary Grants are usually awarded every two months ranging from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. 

The Grants Committee will meet on January 30, March 5, April 30, July 9, September 3, and November 12.  Proposals should be submitted to the Foundation office 15 days before each meeting.

The Foundation awards $10,000 Impact Grants in November. We awarded four $10,000 Impact Grants in 2017, six Impact Grants in 2018, and three Impact Grants in 2019.  The Impact Grant Program is part of the Foundation’s Strategic Plan.

The Women’s Fund of Warren County awarded four grants in October of 2019.  The Women’s Fund received nine proposals for grants in 2019.  The Grant Review Committee decided on four organizations to present their proposals to the membership at their October meeting.  The membership voted and made four grants.  They will announce a Request for Proposals in August/September. 

If you would like to apply for a grant through the Warren County Foundation you may print out and complete the application found on our website at: www.warrencountyfoundation.org. Please mail the completed application to: Grant Request, Warren County Foundation, P.O. Box 495, Lebanon, OH  45036.

Please direct questions to the Warren County Foundation at 513-934-1001, or to:

info@warrencountyfoundation.org.

 

2020 WARREN COUNTY FOUNDATION – COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

NOMINATION

 

Nominations are due by Monday, March 2, 2020

                           E-mail to:  info@warrencountyfoundation.org

                           Mail to: Warren County Foundation; P. O. Box 495; Lebanon, OH 45036

              Call (513) 934-1001, or visit warrencountyfoundation.org for information.

Awards will be presented May 7, 2020 at a banquet at the Manor House in Mason

Nominee: ________________________________________________________________________

Award Category (Please designate; See Award Categories & Criteria for Details)

            _______George R. Henkle Philanthropy & Community Service Award

                   _________Emerging leader in Community Service Award

                   _________Outstanding Organization Community Service Award

                   _________Emerging Organization Community Service Award

                   _________Outstanding Large Business Community Service Award

                   _________Outstanding Small Business Community Service Award

Indicate below how your nominee meets the award criteria.  Please be as specific as possible,

emphasizing activities, accomplishments, and community impact.  Use additional pages as necessary.

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2020

WARREN COUNTY FOUNDATION COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS

AWARD CATEGORIES AND CRITERIA

George R. Henkle Philanthropy and Community Service Award

Presented to a Warren County resident who exhibits enthusiasm, integrity and perseverance beyond the ordinary to help fellow citizens, the community, and the world through selfless giving – be it talent, time or money.          

Emerging Leader Community Service Award

Presented to a Warren County resident who –

  •               Has recently emerged as a leader in community service
  •               Has outstanding skills which are generously given
  •               Demonstrates leadership and inspires others
  •               Serves as a role model for the next generation of community service volunteers

Outstanding Organization Community Service Award

Presented to a Warren County non-profit organization which –

  •              Has been providing services for at least five years
  •              Serves as a role model for other organizations in being dedicated to its mission and operating at the highest professional                   standards
  •         Has made significant and measurable contributions to enhancing the quality of life in Warren County

Emerging Organization Community Service Award

Presented to a Warren County non-profit organization which –

  •              Has been providing services fewer than five years
  •              Serves as a role model for other emerging organizations for being dedicated to its mission and for operating at the highest                 professional standards
  •              Has already made significant and measurable contributions to enhancing the quality of life in Warren County

Outstanding Large Business Community Service Award

Presented to a business, having 100 or more employees, that serves Warren County and –

  •              Makes significant and measurable contributions toward enhancing the quality of life in Warren County
  •              Serves as a role model for other businesses in supporting the communities in which it does business

Outstanding Small Business Community Service Award

Presented to a business having fewer than 100 employees that serves Warren County and –

  •             Makes significant and measurable contributions toward enhancing the quality of life in Warren County

 

  •             Serves as a role model for other businesses in supporting the communities in which it does business 

 

Antique Show

Jan 25, 2020 - Jan 26, 2020

Lebanon Grand Opry House

Jan 25, 2020
6:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Who's ready for a great night of Classic Country Music?? Here at The Lebanon Grand Opry House, we sure are. Welcome to the stage Chelsea Calloway, along with Opry favorite Kim Campbell, along with Jessie-Lyn & The Amazing TNT Band. Great night of Classic Country with fantastic entertainers, plus if you're hungry, you can get a great Country Cookin meal for just 5 dollars. That's right folks great comfort food for just 5 dollars. Pulled pork, smoked sausage or 2 hotdogs with 2 sides of your choice for 5 dollars. Plenty of drinks & sweet desserts to choose from also. Give Jessie-Lyn a call today at 513.850.1770 to hold a seat & we'll see you at the show.

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620 N. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036

Small Business Check-Up Seminar Series

Jan 28, 2020
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
   
 

 

Upcoming Events

 

Tuesday, January 28, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Small Business Check-Up Seminar Series

Session 1:  Small Business Tax Considerations and SECURE Act

Please join us on January 28 as we discuss tax planning tips and implementing strategies so you get the best outcome from your tax filing. We will also explore the recently passed SECURE Act and what it means for you and your business.

Guest Speakers:
Kristie R. Adams, CPA Senior Tax Manager and
Janet C. Steinke, CFP® Senior Wealth Advisor


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Springboro Chamber of Commerce Conference Room

Healthy Family Day

Feb 8, 2020
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learn

BE A CHAMPION AND EARN A GOLD MEDAL AT COUNTRYSIDE YMCA’S HEALTHY FAMILY DAY

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to earn a gold medal? Give it a try during the FREE Healthy Family Day event Saturday, February 8 at Countryside YMCA. FREE fitness classes start at 7:45 am, and family activities and the vendor fair run from 10 am to 1 pm.

 

The Y will transform into athletic venues and you can try everything from table tennis to cycling to yoga and more! Kids can earn a gold medal by completing a decathlon. They can run with an Olympic-style torch, make a craft, and try lots and lots of sports! The whole family – even grandma and grandpa - can then take advantage of FREE health consultations by Premier Health’s Atrium Medical Center.

 

The Opening Ceremony begins at 10:00am with a Japanese-style taiko drumming performance from the Cincinnati Dayton Taiko Group. Taiko drums are large drums played in an ensemble format which allows for thundering sounds and exciting rhythms.  Besides the large drums, they include a variety of world percussion including shekere, small cymbals, and a large gong.

 

In addition, Omar Cummings from FC Cincinati will be at the event from 10:00am to 1:00pm.

 

Older adults can check out our Stolle Center, an exclusive center for those 50+ with a private pool, several whirl pools, exercise equipment, and social space.

 

Countryside YMCA Health Family Day Class/Demonstration Schedule

 

All fitness classes are FREE, so arrive early as space in classes is available on a first come first served basis.

 

7:45am: Cycle Spin

8:30am: P90X

9:00am: STRONG by Zumba®

9:30am: Circuit Training Express

10:00am: Core de Force

10:15am: Hi/Lo aerobics

 

The Y will also offer free Pilates reformer demonstrations.

 

How to Complete at Decathlon at the Countryside YMCA Healthy Family Day

Choose your 10 activites to create your own decathlon. Most events are available from 10am  to 1pm. Turn your completed decathlon card in at Atrium Medical Center for a gold medal and take a selfie!


Archery
Basketball
Baseball /softball
Calligraphy
Cycling
Diving
Fencing
Gymnastics
Judo
Karate
Nature Trail hike (Available at Noon.)
Origami
Rowing
Sport Climbing
Swim Lesson evaluation
Soccer
Table Tennis
Taekwondo
Track – run the indoor track with the Olympic torch!
Volleyball
Weight Training
Yoga

 

Additionally, between 10 am and 1 pm will be a wellness vendor fair. Atrium Medical Center, which provides sports medicine and physical therapy services at Countryside YMCA, will offer screenings on blood pressure, balance/fall risk, functional movement and more during the Healthy Family Day. Physical therapists will be available to answer questions regarding aches and pains, injuries, dry needling, women’s health, vestibular rehab, aquatic rehab and do foot/shoe assessments for runners. There will also be medical doctors, physician assistants, and certified nurse practitioners to answer general medical questions. Premier Health and Atrium Medical Center’s mobile mammography coach will also be on-site and available for appointments. Call (855) 887-7364  to register for a mobile mammogram ahead of time.

Prizes and give-a-ways will be happening throughout the Health Fair!

For more information on Countryside YMCA Healthy Family Day, the public can visit http://www.countrysideymca.org or call 513-932-1424 ext. 174.

 

About Countryside YMCA:

Since 1978, Countryside YMCA has embodied the Christian principles that welcome everyone in an environment where people of all ages can achieve a balance of spirit, mind and body. Located on a beautiful 126-acre property, Countryside YMCA is one of the world’s largest YMCAs offering eight pools, five gymnasiums, two indoor tracks, a rock climbing wall, a 13,000 square ft. cardio/ weight room, the Arts Center, Stolle Center for active seniors, the Motion Zone for active youth, a wide range of exercise, sports, and creative expression classes, disc golf, summer day camp for kids, and scenic trails. To learn more, please visit www.countrysideymca.org.

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Expresso Bike: During Healthy Family Day participants can try an Expresso bike for an interactive cycling experience. Their ride can also become a fundraiser for the Y if they log into the system and track the miles they ride during the event from 10am – 1pm.

 

Making Crafts: Guests will be able to make fun crafts related to the upcoming summer Olympics. In addition, guests can try some traditional Japanese arts like origami and calligraphy since the summer Olympics will be held in Tokyo.

 

Omar and Youth: Omar Cummings from FC Cincinati will be at the event from 10:00am to 1:00pm for autographs and photos.

 

Vendor Fair: A vendor fair will run from 10 am – 1 pm.  

Black Bag Bingo

Feb 8, 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

It's A Grand Affair - A Roaring Twenties Gala

Mar 7, 2020
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

 

 

Join us for an evening of fun & games, dressed in your best roaring twenties attire.

Proceeds from this event benefit the YMCA Annual Campaign which provides essential outreach programs in Warren County.

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Great Wolf Lodge Event & Conference Center, Mason, OH


The party starts at 5:30pm with dinner and games to follow.

RSVP at countrysideymca.org or at COUNTRYSIDE YMCA | LEBANON  

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

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

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Downtown Lebanon on Mulberry Street