Foundation hosts Bowling Challenge


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Dennis Grant (left) from United Rehabilitation Services, receives a donation from the Huber Heights Foundation’s Pat Stephens and Ronnie Redd.


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Huntington Bank won the Huber Heights Foundation 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge.


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A team from the Huber Heights City Schools competed in the Huber Heights Foundation’s 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge.


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HUBER HEIGHTS – Bowlers from Huber Heights businesses and organizations, gathered at “Insiders” in Poelking Marian Lanes, for the 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge, on October 20, 2016. Nine Teams, of five members, took up the challenge to receive the traveling trophy, won by the Huber Heights FOP in October 2015. Thanks to the following teams: Teachers and Staff of the Huber Heights City Schools, Huber Heights FOP 161, Huber Heights City Council, Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce, Bonham Electric, Y at the Heights Seniors, Huber Heights Rotary and Huntington Bank for competing. Congratulations to Huntington Bank, for the high score of the night. Sponsors of the event were: Heights Chiropractic, Huber Heights FOP 161, City of Huber Heights, Wayne Sporting Goods, State Farm Insurance-Ronnie Redd and Huber ER.

Dennis Grant from United Rehabilitation Services (URS), was presented the foundation’s yearly $500 community grant. URS is located at the NE Corner of Old Troy Pike and Needmore Road, they support the needs of children, with disabilities, or other special needs, and their families and provide Early Childhood Education Programs and a School age/Latch Key Program. They started a program to provide additional support of the families and caregivers. The URS’ Parent Café Support Group, received the grant to provide support for this program.

The Huber Heights Foundation is made up of board members who live in Huber Heights, or represent a business, or organization in Huber Heights. They provide a yearly scholarship to a graduating senior at Wayne High School, yearly Education Grant and a yearly Community Grant. Funds, for these scholarships and grants, are raised through events such as the bowling challenge, yearly volleyball challenge between the Huber Heights FOP and Huber Heights Fire Fighters and added this year the Y at The Heights Seniors, and through contributions and donations from individuals. The Huber Heights Foundation is a component of the Dayton Foundation.

If you would like information on how you can support the Huber Heights Foundation, participate in their fundraising events, or learn more about the foundation itself, contact Diane Timmons or Janice McLefresh at the Dayton Foundation 937-222-0410 or Pat Stephens, at 937-974-5286.

Dennis Grant (left) from United Rehabilitation Services, receives a donation from the Huber Heights Foundation’s Pat Stephens and Ronnie Redd.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2016/11/web1_GrantStephensRedd.jpgDennis Grant (left) from United Rehabilitation Services, receives a donation from the Huber Heights Foundation’s Pat Stephens and Ronnie Redd. Contributed photo

Huntington Bank won the Huber Heights Foundation 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2016/11/web1_HuntingtonWinners.jpgHuntington Bank won the Huber Heights Foundation 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge. Contributed photo

A team from the Huber Heights City Schools competed in the Huber Heights Foundation’s 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2016/11/web1_SchoolsLosers.jpgA team from the Huber Heights City Schools competed in the Huber Heights Foundation’s 2nd Annual Bowling Challenge. Contributed photo

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