Monroe Presbyterian Lenten Luncheons

Starting at noon on Wednesday, February 13 and for the followingfive weeks, you can get a delicious lunch and a Lenten Message for only $6.00.

Join us in the Fellowship Hall
Monroe Presbyterian Church
57 West Elm Street

For reservations or more information, please call 513-539-7170 or click here to email.

Speakers and menu for each week follows:

February 13, 2013
Assoc. Pastor Carla Greci
Monroe Church of the Nazarene
Garden Vegetable Soup
Egg Salad Sandwich
Fruit Cup Read more »

Easter Music Sunday at Monroe United Methodist Church

We want to invite you to a wonderful concert of music. It is the 25th annual "Easter Music Sunday" at Monroe United Methodist Church. It is scheduled on Palm Sunday April 1, 2012 at 10:45 a.m. The Chancel Choir, numbering 35 voices, will perform 2 fantastic arrangements: "You Raise Me Up" and "The Prayer." Also performing will be Inner Light, Jennifer Moak, Carol Crotty, Jennifer Lacefield, Laura Moak, Reed Musgrove, and Larry Daniel. There will be special, original narration provided by Phil and Debbie Davis. Read more »

Otterbein Residents Stuff Eggs for Armco Park Easter Egg Hunt

Photo of Pauline Bailey
Contributed photo by
Rev. James Ludwick, Otterbein Homes

Residents at Otterbein Lebanon Retirement Community on state Route 741 in Warren County enjoyed stuffing eggs Thursday, March 25, for the annual Warren County Armco Park Easter Egg Hunt. The hunt will start at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at the Warren County Armco Park. Read more »

Lion's Club Easter Egg Hunt

04/03/2010 1:00 pm
04/03/2010 3:00 pm

Saturday, April 3, the Monroe Lions Club will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Monroe Community Park. The Egg Hunt will start at 1:00 pm and will have three egg hunting areas based on age. There will be plastic eggs stuffed with candy and prize eggs with a coupon to be redeemed for cash. For safety concerns no parking is allowed in the large main lot, so be ready to park up at the Monroe Swim Club parking lot or in the parking lot on the southwest side of the main concession building. As in years past, the egg hunt will be held rain or shine, so don’t let a little weather keep you and your egg hunters from coming out for some good fun.
The plastic eggs are yours to keep; if you want to give them back there will be a collection box for recycling the plastic eggs. Be sure to check your eggs for a cash prize coupon and if you are one of the lucky ones, bring the coupon to the shelter for your prize. Each age group will have a table where you can claim your prize. We will see you Saturday, April 3, and good luck hunting the eggs. The Lions hide two hundred twenty dozen eggs to make sure everyone finds some eggs.