Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 30

  • Hope, grit at revived Antioch

    Several hundred villagers and Antioch College community members came together for a potluck dinner last Friday evening at the college’s art building. Shown above are, bottom left, major gift officer Eric Miller, with alumni board member Karen Mulhauser of Washington, D.C. standing behind. At far right, Vice President of Academic Affairs Hassan Rahmanian talks with board of trustees member Fran Horowitz of New York City; standing behind is President Mark Roosevelt. After the potluck, a large group moved to Herndon Gallery, where President Roosevelt gave an update on the college’s progress. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The past few months have been hopeful ones for the Antioch College community, according to President Mark Roosevelt in an update Friday, Oct. 21, to Yellow Springers and college faculty, staff, students, alumni and trustees.

  • Tickets for WYSO auction on sale now

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    WYSO, the local public radio station, will hold its annual silent auction on Feb. 11, 2012, at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts Center in Springfield.

  • A painter seeks to lift spirits

    Longtime Dayton area abstract painter Elizabeth (Beth) Hertz stands next to “Blue Riser,” a work she has loaned to the Friends Care Community for its new rehabilitation wing. Beth is a resident of the FCC Assisted Living Center. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    It would be hard to find someone with a more unique story than that of Elizabeth (Beth) Hertz, a painter well known in the Dayton area for more than four decades.

  • Vigilant for good, quick food

    Wendy Copper of Yellow Springs, pictured above, and her business partner, Doug Siegal of Bloomington, Ind., have launched a new business, Vigilant Eats. Their first product, Organic Superfood Oat-based Cereal, is being sold at the Emporium/Underdog Café. You can find the cereal beside the oatmeal on the cream stand. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Wendy Copper and her business partner have taken an initial step toward their goal by releasing their first food product, Organic Superfood Oat-based Cereal.

  • Optimism at Antioch College, and hard work ahead

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    On Friday evening, Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt gave an update on the college’s progress to an overflow crowd of college and Yellow Springs community members.

  • Council approves re-organization

    At their Oct. 3 meeting, Village Council unanimously gave final approval to a re-organization of the Village government administrative structure proposed by Village Manager Mark Cundiff two months ago.

  • Barr project concept OKd

    At their Oct. 3 meeting, Village Council members voted unanimously to approve the first stage of the Home, Inc./Buckeye Community Hope Foundation proposal for affordable senior housing on the Barr property downtown.

  • Local artists open their studios to visitors

    Watercolor by Yellow Springs artist Libby Rudolf, who will open her studio on Grinnell Road.

    Check out this weekend’s Artist Studio Tour all day Saturday and Sunday, featuring 27 local and out-of-state artists.

  • Local woman launches superfood product

    Wendy Copper of Yellow Springs and her business partner have launched a new nutritional food business, Vigilant Eats. Their first product, Organic Superfood Oat-based Cereal, is available at the Emporium.

    Villager Wendy Copper and her business partner, Doug Siegel of Bloomington, Ind., have launched Vigilant Eats, a new business that produces nutritional food products. Their first product, Organic Superfood Oat-based Cereal, is now available at the Emporium.

  • Tiny heads home

    Tiny the juvenile turkey vulture headed back to the Raptor Center on Tuesday after spending a week downtown with the locals.

    Tiny, the juvenile turkey vulture who hung out downtown last week and this, has returned to his previous home at the Raptor Center.

  • Barr project receives its first approval

    A controversial land use issue packed the house at Village Council’s Sept. 19 meeting, with about 60 villagers attending as Council gave initial approval to the proposal to build affordable apartments for seniors on the Barr property downtown.

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