Vote for the police levy
With the May 6 Election coming up I would like to take this time to encourage the residents of Beavercreek to vote for the Police Levy Issue 5. I think it is important to every resident that we keep Beavercreek a safe community for us and our children.
Our Police Department is what keeps our community safe 24 hours a day seven days a week. The State of Ohio is taking revenue money away from our police department; please do not let this impact our police department and our community. For just $28 annually (per $100,000) we can keep our Police Department operating on their current budget.
Keep Beavercreek a great and safe place to live. Vote for Issue #5. Thank you for your support!
— Dorothy Duncan, Beavercreek
Elect Lewis for Central Committee
Brenda Lewis has been my friend for 25 years and I personally know she is well qualified for this job. She will work diligently to fulfill this position in an honest and upright manner — she has and will be fair at all times. She is truly a life-long conservative Republican seeking her second term to this office.
I have heard and seen the outstanding job she has done in her first term and she deserves another term in office as she represents three counties who praise the work she has done. She has been endorsed by our Greene County Elected Officials, the Greene County Central Committee, two Greene County Commissioners, County Clerk of Courts, County Recorder, County Auditor, County Engineer, and Sherriff Gene Fisher.
This is proof she has done an outstanding job when so many endorse her. Currently, she is the Central Committee Chairperson for the Greene County Republican Party, and a member of the Greene County Board of Elections. She spent 32 years teaching at Beavercreek where she was honored as an Outstanding Elementary Teacher of America and she received the Martha Holding Jennings Grant for Outstanding Educator.
For the past nine years, she was responsible for setting up, organizing, and staffing the Greene County Republican Headquarters and the GOP tent at the Greene County Fair.
I have watched this lady and friend give hours and hours of her time for so many good causes; all without remuneration just because she is a dedicated conservative Republican and strives to do her best to make us all be proud to be citizens of our county. Brenda is a member of the Faith Community United Methodist Church; she is married to Ron L. Lewis for 46 years; they have two children and six grandchildren whom she adores.
Lack of space prevents my telling you many more good things about Brenda and why she is qualified beyond the shadow of a doubt to be our State Central Chairperson. When you go to vote on May 6, would you please give your vote to my qualified and worthy friend, Brenda Lewis? Thank you.”
— Bernie Powers, Dayton