New Local Treasure Adds to Dayton’s Crown of AchievementsEric Harmon As we roll into the holiday season it can be a great time to reflect on the blessings we have been given. You will see in this issue we have a lot going on throughout the Dayton region to provide us the opportunity to create new memories and engage in those favored holiday traditions.
We are coming off what I would consider a super successful Best of Dayton event on Nov. 7 at Carillon Historical Park’s new event venue, the Winsupply Center of Leadership. The location is, in my book, an immediate gem to add to our city’s crown of achievements and a great deal of accolades should be given to Dayton History CEO and President Brady Kress and the whole Dayton History team. The larger-than-expected room with grand staircase and adjoining full-circle viewing area did not disappoint our 700-plus attendees.
I hope when you experience these local treasures for the first time you will feel the fortune of not only individual achievement but what we have together made happen and will continue to do so.
It’s in Dayton we trust; we wish you a splendid holiday season and prosperous 2020!