SEE YOU AT THE POLE TODAY!
Imagine the potential of Christians from all different churches and ministries at a school joining together in united prayer. See You At The Pole brings teenagers to their school flagpoles to intercede for other students, their schools, families and nation, asking God to bring moral and spiritual awakening.
Pray for an unusual outpouring of the Spirit of God to awaken the hearts of students on campuses throughout your community… and the world!
See You at the Pole™, the global day of student prayer, began in 1990 as a grass roots movement with ten students praying at their school. More than two decades later, millions around the world will be praying today, says syatp.com.
SYATP is simply a prayer rally where students meet at the school flagpole before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. SYATP is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event.
See You at the Pole is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event taking place today at schools all across our WEEC listening area. We commend all of our students taking part in “See You At The Pole” today!!
THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS REPORTS TAXPAYERS ARE SAVING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS EACH MONTH AS TENS OF THOUSANDS OHIOANS ARE LEAVING THE WELFARE ROLLS THIS YEAR, PUTTING ENROLLMENT AT ITS LOWEST POINT SINCE THE BENEFIT FOR THE POOR WAS REFORMED AROUND 20 YEARS AGO. FOR INSTANCE, IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ENROLLMENT DOWN TO 8,334 THIS YEAR FROM 13,809 IN 2011, WELFARE BENEFITS GOING DOWN TO $1.6 MILLION DOLLARS FROM $2.4 MILLION. IN GREENE COUNTY, THE NUMBERS DOWN OVER 30 PERCENT WITH AROUND 900 PEOPLE IN THE PROGRAM IN JULY OF THIS YEAR COSTING TAXPAYERS NEARLY $174,000! OVER THE LAST YEAR, THE NUMBER OF OHIO HOUSEHOLDS RECEIVING CASH PAID OUT AND WELFARE HAS DROPPED BY 20 PERCENT.
SCHOOL OFFICIALS IN THE VANDALIA-BUTLER CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SAY THEY’LL CLOSE MURLIN HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WITH THE EARLIEST TIME FOR CLOSURE BEING NEXT SCHOOL YEAR, ALL PART OF THE SECOND PHASE OF THE DISTRICT’S TWO-YEAR, $7 MILLION COST REDUCTION PLAN, AND REGARDLESS OF WHETHER VOTERS APPROVE AN ADDITIONAL LEVY ON THE NOVEMBER BALLOT.
SPRINGFIELD — The Ohio Republican presidential campaign office has set a “Road to Victory” concert and rally on Thursday in Springfield that will feature a Republican U.S. senator, a country music star and NFL Hall of Fame inductee.
Rodney Atkins will headline the free concert at the Clark County Fairgrounds along with Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz in support of Mitt Romney’s run for the presidency.
(ROMNEY & RYAN AT DAYTON, FROM NEWS SUN) With his two campaign jets parked behind him and his running mate standing by, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told about 3,000 people here Tuesday that President Barack Obama is soft on China and has no economic plan except to raise taxes on small business.
A NEW POLL FROM THE WASHINGTON POST SHOWS OBAMA LEADING ROMNEY IN OHIO BY 52-44 PERCENT, AND THE PRESIDENT ALSO LEADS IN FLORIDA AND VIRGINIA. ANALYSTS SAY STATES LIKE OHIO AND FLORIDA WILL LIKELY DECIDE THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER. ROMNEY WILL CAMPAIGN TODAY IN IN WESTERVILLE, SUBURBAN CLEVELAND, AND TOLEDO TODAY, SAYS THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH.
WEEC SPORTS – WEDNESDAY 9-26-12:
BASEBALL: CLEVELAND 4 CHICAGO WHITE SOX 3, THE WHITE SOX AND TIGERS TIED NOW FOR THE AL CENTRAL LEAD!, CINCINNATI 4 MILWAUKEE 2, JOHNNY CUETO GETS HIS 19TH WIN, MILWAUKEE 4 1/2 GAMES BACK FOR THE FINAL NL WILD CARD SPOT, ATLANTA CLINCHES THE OTHER LAST NIGHT!, SAYS CBSSPORTS.COM.
TONIGHT: 7PM: MILWAUKEE AT CINCINNATI, 8PM: CLEVELAND AT THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX.
NFL FOOTBALL THURSDAY NIGHT 8:20PM: CLEVELAND AT BALTIMORE. SUNDAY 4PM: CINCINNATI AT JACKSONVILLE.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY: NOON: URBANA AT WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN, LAST SATURDAY, URBANA 14 QUINCY 10, 1PM: DAYTON AT BUTLER, WITTENBERG AT CASE WESTERN RESERVE, LAST SATURDAY, WITTENBERG 17 WOOSTER 7!, 3:30PM: VIRGINIA TECH AT CINCINNATI, TENNESSEE AT GEORGIA, OHIO STATE AT MICHIGAN STATE, 8PM: TEXAS AT OKLAHOMA STATE, WISCONSIN AT NEBRASKA, SAYS CBSSPORTS.COM.
NASCAR’S CHASE FOR THE SPRINT CUP CHAMPIONSHIP HAS JIMMIE JOHNSON IN 1ST PLACE AFTER 2 RACES, BRAD KESELOWSKI 2ND, DENNY HAMLIN 3RD, AND TONY STEWART 4TH, 10 POINTS SEPARATING THE TOP 4, KESELOWSKI JUST 1 POINT BEHIND JOHNSON, SAYS CBSSPORTS.COM.
HIGH SCHOOL SECTIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT DIV. 3: WEST LIBERTY-SALEM’S BOYS FINISH 3RD WITH A TEAM SCORE OF 354, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 4TH WITH A 375, PLAYING AT SEPARATE SITES, TO ADVANCE TO THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TUESDAY. CEDARVILLE’S JORDAN REESE IS 4TH OVERALL WITH A 77 SCORE, WHILE THE TIGERS NICK SIMS HAS AN 81.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COMPUTER RATINGS THIS WEEK: THESE TEAMS WOULD MAKE THE PLAYOFFS NOW: DUBLIN COFFMAN, WAYNE, ZANESVILLE, COLUMBUS BROOKHAVEN, READY, WATTERSON, TIPPECANOE, URBANA, CIRCLEVILLE, THURGOOD MARSHALL, KETTERING ALTER, KENTON RIDGE, GREENFIELD MCCLAIN, RICHWOOD NORTH UNION, CLINTON-MASSIE, MILTON-UNION, CHAMINADE JULIENNE, COLDWATER, DAYTON CHRISTIAN, COVINGTON, WEST LIBERTY-SALEM, ANNA, MADISON PLAINS, MARION LOCAL, BRADFORD, FORT LORAMIE, MINSTER, SOUTHEASTERN.
GIRLS SOCCER: WEST LIBERTY-SALEM 6 MECHANICSBURG 1, MIAMI EAST 1 LEHMAN CATHOLIC 0, SAYS THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: FAIRMONT 3 SPRINGFIELD 0, TIPPECANOE 3 STEBBINS 0, EAST DAYTON CHRISTIAN 3 WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN 2, MIAMI EAST 3 NATIONAL TRAIL 0, TROY 3 PIQUA 0, DAYTON CHRISTIAN 3 GREENEVIEW 0.