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July 1, 2015 THE OAKWOOD REGISTER Vol. 24, No. 26 July 1, 2015 www.oakwoodregister.com *Free ring(s) must be of equal or lesser value to the least expensive ring purchased. Valid at participating retail stores only. While supplies last. Void where proibited. Not valid with other PANPORA offers or prior purchases. No rain checks. Restrictions apply. See store for details. Volunteers sought to place flags on Shafor for July Fourth For the Fourth of July hol- iday weekend, Shafor Boulevard in Oakwood will again be lined with American flags. The project is funded by the Oakwood Rotary Foundation with the city's approv- al for placing the flags. Oakwood resident Laura Hart is chairing the project. Flags will be placed on Shafor Blvd. between East Thruston Blvd. to East Drive starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 2, and will be removed at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 5. Hart will be assisted by the Oakwood High School Interact Club and community volunteers. Volunteers should meet at Shafor Park prior to 7 p.m. Thursday. If you have a cordless drill with a 5/8-inch bit, you are encouraged to bring it. Hammers are needed as well. Anyone is welcome to assist with the project, and volunteers are also needed to remove the flags on Sunday evening. Contact Laura Hart at bamafly- er534@gmail.com for more infor- mation. Wright Library Foundation kicks off annual fund drive effort Lilly, Jack and Annabelle Neumeister set up a lemonade stand at the corner of Hilltop and Hillview in Oakwood last week. Summer Lemonade Stand Relay for Life raises funds to fight cancer at OHS stadium July 10 Oakwood's Relay for Life, a fund raising event sponsored by the American Cancer Society, is due to kick off at 6 p.m. Friday, July 10, at the Oakwood High School track. Teams from across Oakwood and other areas of the Miami Valley will walk to raise money and raise awareness in the fight against cancer. It is not to late to still be a part of this year's Relay for Life in Oakwood. Supporters can join the event on Friday, July 10, purchase a luminary for $10 in honor or memory of someone who has fought cancer or just come out and support the event. Many of the teams will have activities or food for sale at the event to help raise money. Everyone is invited to come out and support this commu- nity-wide event. It really does make a difference. Anyone wishing to purchase a luminary to support the 2015 Relay for Life should contact Laura Hart at bamaflyer534@gmail.com. The Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation is announcing the kick-off of its 2015 annual fund drive. Donations to the Library Foundation support the mission of the Wright Memorial Public Library and enhance library services, events, and resources. Local artist Amy Deal created the mailers for this year's campaign. "We are very excited about this year's mailer, it celebrates Wright Library's rich history and bright future," said Travis Bautz, library director. Anyone wishing to donate to the Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation's 2015 annual fund drive can do so by mail, at the library, or online at www.wrightli- brary.org/wright-library-foundation.

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