Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Sports commentator to speak at Moeller


In the schools

SYCAMORE TWP. - ABC and ESPN sports commentator Mike Tirico will be the featured speaker at this year's Archbishop Moeller High School Alumni Association Sports Stag on Jan. 28.

The event begins at 7:15 p.m. in the school's Brisben Family Education Center, 9001 Montgomery Road.

Cost is $50 for a regular ticket, which includes dinner and the program or $75 for a VIP ticket which include a 5:30 p.m. cocktail hour with the guest speaker.

Information: www.moeller.org or 791-1680, ext. 119.

Springer classes discuss disabilities

HYDE PARK - Three classes for parents of students with disabilities will be offered at the Springer School and Center, 2121 Madison Road.

• 10 a.m.-noon Friday: Your Child: A Closer Look at Learning.

• Jan. 24: Making The Grade: An Intensive Organizational Skill Development Course, 10 a.m.-noon Saturdays, through Feb. 21, open to students in grades 7-10.

• Jan. 24: The Saturday Handwriting Program, 10-11:30 a.m., Saturdays, through Feb. 21.

Information/registration: 871-9174

Ex-Red George Foster to appear at La Salle

GREEN TWP. - Former Cincinnati Reds star George Foster will be the guest speaker at La Salle High School's 20th annual Sports Stag 5:30 p.m. Jan. 28 in the school gymnasium, 3091 North Bend Road.

Tim Naehring (Class of 1985), director of minor league operations for the Cincinnati Reds, will emcee and present the Reds Minor League Player of the Year award at the stag.

Tickets, $35 or $125, include admission to the celebrity reception. They can be purchased at Winton Savings & Loan, 5511 Cheviot Road. Information: 741-2386.

Mother Teresa school plans pancake benefit

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP - Athletic Boosters at Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary are hosting a pancake breakfast fund-raiser 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish Center, 5720 Hamilton-Mason Road.

Tickets are $5 for those 3 and older. Kids under 3 are free. There will be a split-the-pot and a super bowl football grid.

St. Louis students organize clothing drive

OWENSVILLE - The student council of St. Louis School organized a clothing drive for the Eastern Area YWCA Christmas workshop. Third-grade students had a bake sale. The $35 raised was used to buy hats, gloves, socks and underwear.

Miami Valley Christian to expand classes

NEWTOWN - Miami Valley Christian Academy will add high school classes over the next three years, beginning with ninth and 10th grades for the 2004-05 school year.

An open house to explain the program will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at the school, 6830 School St. Information: 272-6822.

Cinergy Foundation gives to Cornerstone

DAYTON, Ky. - The Cinergy Foundation recently became the first corporate donor in Cornerstone Montessori School's tuition assistance campaign.

Cinergy's Zimmer plant awarded $1,500 to the school to kick-start the campaign.

Information: (859) 491-9960, or cornerstonems@hotmail.com.

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