Announcements 1/22/14

Yearbooks are now available to order online. Go to the following link to put your order in:  Ordering closes on January 25th, so get your order in soon!


Mrs. McGlynn’s Cowboy Bell classes are having market days this week during lunch.  Students have formed companies and each company will sell items made by students.  Proceeds from the sale will go to charities chosen by the student companies.  Please bring money to purchase goods and support a charity.  Donations are also accepted.


Wyoming PSA Press Release – January 10, 2014

 CALLING ALL PARENTS! It’s only January, but Wyoming PSA is starting to plan for 2014-15. There are many ways to get involved, and new and experienced volunteers are welcome! Please visit to view the opportunities available and download a volunteer form (or click on this link here The deadline to submit your volunteer form is Friday, January 31, 2014.

The PSA Nominating Committee will review all volunteer forms in early February and fill leadership positions in both fundraising and service projects.  If you are interested in serving on the nominating committee, please contact Caroline Bohme Hagenauer at or (513) 948-1054.

Questions? Please contact Laura Bence, PSA President-Elect, at (513) 521-6224 or Thank you!

Upstairs / Downstairs

An experience of exceptional musical performances

By our talented Wyoming High School students,

All to be enjoyed at the beautiful (and toasty-warm)

Wyoming Fine Arts Center.

Featuring British appetizers and beverages,

followed by a smattering of splendid desserts and tea.


Saturday, January 25th with registration commencing at 5:45pm.

Our evening will conclude at 9:00pm.

Tickets are a steal at $30 per adult and attendance will top off at 120 so…

Chop chop!

Make reservations at:

or send attendee names & check to

Laura Andersen at 102 Central Terrace, Wyoming OH 45215,

NO LATER THAN Thursday, January 23rd


Denim and Diamonds

Warm up from the chill of winter with old and new friends at the Wyoming Foundation’s Denim and Diamonds Fundraiser Feb. 1 at the Glendale Lyceum.  This year there are more options than ever to participate and more exciting packages to bid on, plus the good food and music you’ve come to expect at this annual event.

For the first time ever, raffle options are available that give ticket buyers the chance to win packages normally limited only to live bidding.  There is also a raffle for a one-of-a-kind necklace created exclusively for the event.

The new raffle offers a chance at valuable auction packages including a dream beach vacation at Long Boat Key, a mountain retreat in Jackson Hole Wyoming and a Reds Hall of Fame Induction package, among many others.  For a $100 “Best of Live” ticket, individuals can select one of the packages, says Amy Wolber, co-chair of Denim and Diamonds.  Only 50 chances will be sold, so odds of winning are good.

The jewelry raffle features an original necklace designed by Hug Jewelers that features sterling silver charms and turquoise gems for a unique “Wyoming” keepsake.  The necklace is valued at $500 and tickets can be purchased for $10 or three for $25.

For both raffles, the winner need not be present.

“These new features give more opportunities for everyone in the community to be part of our event,” says Suzanne Edwards, co-chair.  “We are excited to offer these new chances to participate.”

In addition to the raffles, the live bidding this year will include special packages reserved exclusively for the live auction.  The first is a special Wrigley Field weekend for two in Chicago that features rooftop seating for a game on Waveland Ave., plus a three-night stay in one of two premium hotels in Chicago, and breakfast each morning.  Also included in the special packages is a one-week stay in a luxury vacation home on Lake Cumberland in Kentucky.  The property features a five-bedroom, 4.5 bath house that sleeps up to 18 people only three hours from Cincinnati with lovely views of the lake.  The final package is a two-day trip to Sonoma, California that includes a two-night stay at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn, winery tours and tastings, plus airfare.

This year the evening will take place at the Glendale Lyceum, a historic club in the village of Glendale that will set the scene for the night.  Guests will be treated to dinner by the bite and music by the noted local band, Second Wind, who will perform a wide variety of favorites from famous acts ranging from James Brown to The Beatles.

Tickets are available now for $100. The event takes place on Saturday, Feb. 1.  For information, contact the foundation at or by calling 821-6909.

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