Club Day

Community Updates from RecPlex, Parks, and the Library

Tonight, we heard community updates from three community leaders who are also members of CNO. Mark Metzger, Recreation Director, spoke about the RecPlex. Kristen Marks, Park Director, spoke about the Centerville-Washington Park District. Liz Fultz, Washington-Centerville Library Director, spoke about the library and “The Wall that Heals.”

Sons of the American Revolution and Member Guessing Game

Sons of the American Revolution (Richard Montgomery Chapter of Dayton, Ohio) came to today’s lunch to honor our Avenue of Flags program. They presented CNO with a Certificate of Commendation for the Avenue of Flags program. Afterwards President Beth Duncan had a clever idea to help us get to know each other better while having some fun.

CNO Bingo! Learn more about your club.

Today was a “Club Day,” so there was no guest speaker. President Beth Duncan had bingo cards on all the tables today with CNO events and committees on the squares. As she revealed the squares, she explained more about the events, fundraisers and committees. We played a game while learning! What a clever idea, President Beth!

Club Day

President Debe Dockins and immediate Past President Greg Griffin discussed and shared videos about the 2019-2020 year. Highlights of the recap were: Passing of the Gavel Video that ends with an SNL parody of Debe receiving the gavel; awards presentation for 2019-2020 year; highlights of the previous year video.


For year 2018-2019, CNO was recognized as an Honor Club and as a Distinguished Club. CNO received a 2018-2019 patch for our banner for being a Distinguished Club. Pat Behn announced and presented awards received by CNO members for the 2018-2019 year.

CLUB DAY – Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Committee Presentation

The golf committee is comprised of about 25 members and they help produce the best golf outing in the Dayton area. Starting in January, the committee meets once a month. Any member can join the committee. The meetings are fun as well as functional. Net proceeds from the 2019 fundraiser was $50,000. A third of the money each year is donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital. They use the funds to help disadvantaged families afford the travel expenses to get their children to and from the hospital for their childhood cancer treatments.

Club Day

Instead of the usual guest speaker today, we used the time to get to know two of our newest members. We had two recently inducted members come up to the podium and share a little about themselves: Michelle Tagliamonte and Dylan Melling.

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