A ‘Thank You’ to OJHS students
Miami Valley Hospital recently celebrated the opening of its newly renovated Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Along with the ribbon cutting we also celebrated our baby reunion, an event which is held every two years. Families whose children were cared for in NICU are invited to return to Miami Valley Hospital to visit with the staff of doctors, nurses, therapists and others who may have provided care during their stay. This year over 1,400 visitors attended the reunion. The day was made special in part because of local high school students who created beautiful murals that were displayed depicting our theme, “Under the Sea”. We want to recognize a special group of students from Oakwood Junior High School who lent their time and talent to the project. Your community should be proud that you volunteered to complete a project that brought joy to others. We recognize you efforts and extend our appreciation for a job well done.
NICU Baby Reunion Committee
Casey Henderson, Chairperson
'That Day In May' Thank you
to all Oakwood Residents
On behalf of the entire Oakwood Rotary Club, we would like to thank all the members of our wonderful community who showed up to support our annual “That Day in May” event. We raise money to support our local Rotary Foundation, and we could not give away as much as we do each year without this big day.
We would also like to send out a big thank you to the City of Oakwood and its employees for all their help to make this day possible before, during and after the
Also, please let us know what else we can do to make the day even better for you, your children and the community next year.
Finally, we did find an IPod ITouch at the event. If it yours, please call Rob Stephens at 293-6760 to describe and claim the item.
Rob Stephens & Perry Martin
"That Day in May" Co-Chairs
June 2, 2009
Volume 18, No. 22
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