Cedarville competes at Kittyhawk
The Cedarville golf team finished ninth in the Ridge Classic Friday at the Kittyhawk Golf Center Hawk Course. The Indians finished with a team score of 464. There were 11 teams in the field.
Bradon Smith led Cedarville with a score of 92 on the day. Noah Myers shot a 94.
Eaton won team title with a score of 328. The individual champion was John Leisinger of Middletown Christian, who finished with a 73.
Cyclists invited to ribbon cutting
The City of Beavercreek and the Bicycle and Non-motorized Transportation Advisory Committee invite all interested cyclists and non-motorized transportation users to join them on Aug. 28 for a group ride to the ribbon cutting of the Wright State Way pedestrian bridge.
Interested cyclists are to meet at the southeast corner of Regal Cinemas, 2651 Fairfield Commons Boulevard at 1:15 p.m. The ribbon cutting is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Beavercreek side of the bridge in the parking lot adjacent to Wharf Plaza.
Contact the Beavercreek Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department at (937) 427-5514 or email [email protected] for more information.
Dragons, Dayton Development Coalition to honor service men and women
DAYTON — The Dayton Dragons, in partnership with the Dayton Development Coalition (DDC), will host the second “Hometown Heroes Celebration Night” this year at 7 p.m. today at Fifth Third Field when the Dragons play the Burlington Bees.
As part of the season-long celebration of the Hometown Heroes program, the DDC and community will take time to pay tribute to all service men and women associated with Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the Springfield Air National Guard Base for the 12th consecutive year.
“2015 marks the 12th consecutive year of our Hometown Heroes program with the Dayton Dragons,” said DDC President and CEO Jeff Hoagland. “Hometown Heroes is one small way for the Dayton region to recognize the Air Force and its leadership for their commitment to the region and their service to our great country. As many know, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is the State of Ohio’s largest single-site employer and a huge economic driver for our economy — with more than 26,000 active-duty and civilian employees. We have continued to work with partners across the region to grow and expand our Hometown Heroes celebration in an effort to showcase our appreciation for Wright-Patt, its Airmen and the military families who call our region home.”
During the game, Col. John Devillier, Commander of the 88th Air Base Wing WPAFB, will swear in 19 new Air Force recruits.
Col. Bryan Davis, the 178th Winger Commander at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Col. Doral Sandlin, Air Force Institute of Technology Commandant, will both be throwing out a first pitch.
Wright Brass will be performing the National Anthem and God Bless America. During the National Anthem, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base Honor Guard will present the colors and children of airmen from the base will unveil a giant flag across the outfield grass.
On the plaza there will be a Security Forces Humvee and the 445 Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron that will showcase equipment used on evacuation missions aboard an aircraft. The Dragons Entertainment staff will also be handing out mini flags.
Dragons hosting ‘Yoga in the Outfield’ Aug. 19
DAYTON — “Yoga in the Outfield” comes to Fifth Third Field for the first time Wednesday, Aug. 19 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Participants will take part in a one hour yoga class on the field with Ignite Yoga founder Justina Sanford.
There will be a social event on the First Base Concourse, Milano’s Tap Room, and Fifth Third Cafe following the session. Food and beverage, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, will be available for purchase.
Admission to “Yoga in the Outfield” is $8 and includes a Lawn Ticket to a Dayton Dragons game at 7 p.m., Aug. 27 when the Dragons take on the Bowling Green Hot Rods.
Participants are asked to bring their own yoga mat and there will be great prizes raffled off to participants. Visit www.daytondragons.com/yoga for more information and to purchase tickets.