Branch and Badge Recognizing the True Blue American Heroes of the Woodmere Village Police Department
Under the direction of Police Chief Sheila A. Mason, the Woodmere Village PD employs six Veteran/Police Officers. They were the recipients of McDonald's gift cards purchased from the franchise across the street from the station. Ohio City Power supports small businesses where the officers serve. Thank you Chief Mason and the Vets/Officers for your service.--
While we wait for our gym at St. Paul's to let us in and we go back to our roots of helping adult homeless men, we have big news!
Imitation is the best kind of flattery! LeBron's I Promise School mentors young people and promotes healthy nutrition and physical exercise. That's exactly what Ohio City Power does! We are scheduled for Friday January 7th from 8 to 9 p.m. at the Michael Zone Rec Center to play a little round the world basketball and some three-on-three please contact Lisa Braun directly at LisaBraun@OhioCityPower.net for more information and to reserve your spot!
Officer Gregory Kelley and Sgt. Alfred Grant of the Oakwood Village Police Dept. were recipients of lunch cards from The Dolphin Restaurant in Oakwood Village Thank you for your service to our country and to the people of Oakwood Village.
An eleven year old dominated the court today! His energy and positive attitude was an inspiration to all.
Check out these RTW players! The ringer in black took the prize. See you next Sunday at noon. Way to go boys!!!
Robbie passed away from a drug overdose. Our prayers go out to long-time Soup For The Soul cook and wife, Kelli.
The Blazing sun didn't stop these ballers! These fine young men were very polite but they were beasts on the court. Thanks boys! See you next Sunday 12-1.
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