Two local golfers, along with a busload of fans, will travel to Charlotte, N.C., for the induction ceremony of the National Black Golf Hall of Fame July 12-13.
Wilson Stone, 84, of Silverton, and Percy Marshall, 90, of Kennedy Heights, will be inducted during a dinner July 12 in the Hyatt Charlotte at South Park.
Several local golfers also will participate in the two-day Hall of Fame tournament, held at the Renaissance Golf Course in Charlotte.
Stone and Marshall were chosen because of their contributions to local golf programs and for passing on their skills to younger players.
Both played at the Avon Golf Course in North Avondale in the 1940s.
The late Jimmie Woods of Avondale was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1993.
Students at Corryville Catholic School picked up 200 pounds of trash over the past month as part of their spring-cleanup service project.
The student were accompanied by volunteers of AmeriCorps.
Concerned that someone you know has a drug or alcohol problem?
Starting July 1, that concern can be addressed through a Recovery Health Access Center, started by Hamilton County Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services. Call 513-281-7422.
Women Writing for a Change Foundation raised $6,000 at its recent annual Women Acting Up Talent Show and Silent Auction.
The funds will be used for scholarships for low-income women and girls to attend classes and workshops at reduced or no tuition.
The foundation is a non-profit organization which grew out of Women Writing for a Change, a feminist creative writing school.
For more information, visit the group's Web site (www.womenwriting.org) .
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