Current Events

        



The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held on


WEDNESDAY


April 19, 2017 at 7:00 PM



at the 

Administration Building

3780 Shady Lane


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You are invited!  TIPPECANOE: The Rest of the Story


Program presented by: John Winkler

 

WHEN:     April 6, 2017 7:00PM


WHERE:  The Miami Township Community Center


WHAT:     William Henry Harrison was involved in many of the Native American battles in the old


Northwest, being Supreme Commander at Tippecanoe as well as engagements in the war of 1812.


(He was just 18 when he started his military career at Fort Washington in Cincinnati in 1791).


Was William Henry Harrison really the victor in the Battle of Tippecanoe?


WHO:       John F. Winkler, expert and author of Tippecanoe, 1811, as well as four other related books of the

Osprey Press’ Campaign West Series.

 

John Winkler has taught law students how to try cases, camped in the deserts of Iran and Afghanistan, given lectures on Medieval History at Oxford, and has been quoted by the United States Supreme Court.

He lives in Beavercreek, Ohio with his wife of more than 40 years.

 

Program Provided by the Harrison-Symmes Foundation

 


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HEALTH-A-FAIR


Miami Township Senior Center

8 North Miami Avenue, Cleves


Saturday, April 8 8:00am - 11:00 am



Contact the Senior Center for additional information 513-941-2854



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Miami Township West Park Ribbon Cutting




Monthly meeting video's available on the link below




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                                 Would you like to learn more about the history in our own back yard? 

    Go to the History tab above left and scroll down for videos about local history and click on the link! 

        

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The Township Newsletter is now under the Newsletter link 

Computer and TV Recycling
Year-Round Recycling Outlets


Year-Round Recycling Outlets

Several organizations and stores throughout Hamilton County offer electronics recycling year-round. For a complete list of electronics recycling outlets, visit HamiltonCountyRecycles.org.

 


Items generally accepted include:
monitors, CPUs, printers, televisions, fax machines, main frames, laptops, mice, keyboards, speakers, scanners, personal copiers, printers, cables, chips, circuit boards, back up batteries, cell phones, cameras, CD/DVD players, electronic game devices, GPS units, telephones, video equipment, and PDAs

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For a complete list of electronics recycling options in Hamilton County,
click here.



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