CASSTOWN — All princesses are invited to a day of pampering and learning how to be a princess. Miami East High School’s FFA and Pride In M.E. invite young girls of all ages to attend a Princess For A Day on Sept. 13 in the Miami East High School cafeteria.
Princesses are asked to arrive at 2:30, 3, 3:30 or 4 p.m. No reservations are needed.
A $10 cash fee per princess will be accepted at the door. All proceeds benefit the March of Dimes.
All princesses are encouraged to dress in a princess dress as they learn everything it takes to be a princess, including: hair, make-up, nails, healthy snacks, walking the runway and more. Each princess will be given a tiara.
Girls of all ages are welcome with parental supervision.
Come help improve young girls’ self-esteem while making a donation to the March of Dimes.
Contact Miami East High School with questions by calling 335-7070, Ext. 3212 or 3008.
Culp receives scholarship
TROY — Noelle Culp, valedictorian of Troy High School, was chosen as the recipient of the Troy Lions Club Scholarship.
Culp will be majoring in Industrial engineering at Texas A&M this fall. She and her mother, Leslie, recently attended a Troy Lions Club family picnic where she received her $500 scholarship. The check presentation was performed by Troy Lions Club scholarship committee chair Joe Jackson. The scholarship was awarded based on application essays on the importance of community service. The Troy Lions Club is a nonprofit charitable organization, which has served the Miami County area since 1942. Their primary mission is vision health.
For more information call 335-7345 or visit their website at www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/Troy_OH.
Electronics drop-off set
TROY — The Miami County Solid Waste District will be having an electronics recycling drop-off for residents on Sept. 6.
The drop-off will be held at the Miami County Sanitary Engineering Building at 2200 N. County Road 25-A in Troy. The hours of the event are from 8 a.m. to noon.
This is a free drop-off event with the exception of cathode ray tube (CRT) televisions. CRT televisions that are 36 inches or less will be charged $5. CRT televisions that are more than 36 inches will be charged $10. Flat screen televisions are free. Other items taken include computers, CPUs, monitors, DVD players, VCRs, cell phones, laptops and miscellaneous computer equipment.
Instead of landfilling your electronics, you can recycle them through this program with Goodwill/Easter Seals Miami Valley, the vendor for this event.
For questions about this event or other recycling and proper disposal methods, look for Sanitary Engineering at www.miamicountyohio.gov or call the office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 440-3488.