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Studabaker joins Rotary

TROY — The Troy Rotary Club announces that Dr. Jeffrey Studabaker has accepted membership in the organization. He is the owner of Studabaker Chiropractic & Wellness Clinic, 927 N. Market St., Troy.

A graduate of Greenville High School, Studabaker earned an undergraduate degree at Miami University in Oxford, where he graduated with a bachelor of arts in chemistry. In pursuit of his passion for wellness, he attended Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, MO, and earned both a B.S. in Human Biology and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Upon his return to the Miami Valley in 2015, he opened the doors to his practice to help Miami Country residents feel their very best. To learn more about the clinic, please visit his Web site at He is accepting new clients. To make an appointment, call 937.335.3055. You can like his Facebook page at Studabaker Chiropractic.

Troy Rotary is a member-involved, goal-oriented service club focused on socio/economic issues that have an impact both locally and internationally. The club welcomes new members throughout the year. If you are interested in joining, visit and click on “Membership.”

Summer camps set at BNC

TROY — Sign up your child for a week of exploration in one or both of Brukner Nature Center’s summer camps, geared for kids entering grades kindergarten through fifth.

The first camp, “Wild Like Me,” will run June 20-24. Campers will explore and compare many different Ohio animals as well as learn the three essentials for survival (food, water, and shelter) of each. Campers will also learn a few ways they can help provide some of those essential needs. Come prepared to meet native animals, hike and search the woods for wild and wonderful things, run and chase during animal games and many other activities. The even includes a cool camp T-shirt.

The second camp, “Strive to Survive,” will run July 11-15. Campers will learn what adaptations are helpful for different animals to help them survive in their habitat. They will discuss the importance of food chains as well as how imperative it is for humans to make good decisions to help protect wildlife. Participants will search for some of these creatures in the woods, meadow and pond, and meet some of the cool animal ambassadors along the way. The event includes a wildlife field guide.

Prices are on a per week basis and are as follows: Full day (9 am. to 3 p.m. ) $125 for BNC members and $150 for non-members. Half day (9 a.m. to noon) $75 for BNC members and $100 for non-members.

Call (937) 698-6493 to preregister. Mail payment to: Brukner Nature Center, 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy, OH 45373, cash or check only.



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