There’s no better place for kids and their parents to be this Saturday than at the Psalms Festival at Gil Lynn Park. This special day is hosted by the Psalms 147 Ministries on Saturday, September 17, and it’s all about kids having fun. There will be free activities and games for the kids, and a free ticket for a hot dog and drink. Many thanks go to Rick Frank of Psalms 147 Ministries for again holding this fun day for our community. I hope to see you all there!
Also, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Dayton Civic Club’s 2ND Annual NKY Kite Festival which will be held on October 1 at Gil Lynn Park. Beginning at noon and ending at 5 p.m., the first 600 kids will receive a free kite. We’re all looking forward to a great time!
In closing, I would like to congratulate Katelyn Banks. As one of the first recipients of our Community Commercial Advantage Program (CCAP), she celebrates her one year anniversary this month of doing business in Dayton. Congratulations, Katelyn!
Mayor Virgil Boruske
Mayor Ben Baker
Ben Baker is currently serving his first term as mayor after two consecutive terms on Dayton City Council. Mr. Baker lives on historic 6th Avenue and enjoys the walkable nature of Dayton as well as it’s many friendly streets.