Caption: Chad Beanblossom, Dean of the Darke County Campus presents their donation to Amber Garrett, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville.
Main Street Greenville recognizes Edison State Community College as one of the Platinum Sponsors for the upcoming 13th Annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade on Saturday, November 19th.
“Edison State Community College is a new supporter of the parade,” said Amber Garrett, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville. “Chad reached out to us about helping to fund this event, and we appreciate their support to continue this tradition for our community to enjoy.”
The 2016 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade will feature entertainment leading up to the grand parade, which will begin at 7 pm. The lighted event includes 90+ horse entries and brings an estimated 8,000+ spectators into the downtown area.
“ Edison State Community College is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of the 2016 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade,” said Chad Beanblossom, Dean of the Darke County Campus. “The Darke County Campus is focused on serving our region in many ways, and is thrilled to have the opportunity to reach several thousand individuals from across the region through this unique event.”
Now in its fifth decade of service, Edison State Community College is committed to providing higher education and advanced training opportunities for the people of the greater Miami Valley. Edison is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is recognized with the highest order attainable by the Ohio Board of Regents. With campuses in Piqua and Greenville, Edison State provides a Personal Experience and Rewarding Education. Visit us online at www.edisonohio.edu.
Main Street Greenville also thanks the many other local businesses who help to sponsor this annual event, a full list of sponsors can be found on their website. This year's Platinum Parade Sponsors are Wayne Healthcare, Greenville Federal, Interim HealthCare, & Edison Community College. “We are thankful for all of our sponsors’ support. Many are continued sponsors who help us create this event for our community each year,” said Joel Allread, Board President for Main Street Greenville.