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Blanchester Skyline, which opened in October, has helped out Blanchester High School’s athletic program from donating $3,200 to the baseball team to feeding athletes before games, Eaisa David, who opened the new Skyline, stated that “athletic development is crucial to helping kids grow into well-rounded and happy adults, and we are dedicated to helping these student-athletes succeed.” Blanchester Skyline has also hosted halftime shot basketball contests to raise money for the athletic program and is looking to plan future fundraiser events; if you are interested, call 513-543-8353.

Blanchester Skyline, which opened in October, has helped out Blanchester High School’s athletic program from donating $3,200 to the baseball team to feeding athletes before games, Eaisa David, who opened the new Skyline, stated that “athletic development is crucial to helping kids grow into well-rounded and happy adults, and we are dedicated to helping these student-athletes succeed.” Blanchester Skyline has also hosted halftime shot basketball contests to raise money for the athletic program and is looking to plan future fundraiser events; if you are interested, call 513-543-8353.


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Blanchester Skyline, which opened in October, has helped out Blanchester High School’s athletic program from donating $3,200 to the baseball team to feeding athletes before games, Eaisa David, who opened the new Skyline, stated that “athletic development is crucial to helping kids grow into well-rounded and happy adults, and we are dedicated to helping these student-athletes succeed.” Blanchester Skyline has also hosted halftime shot basketball contests to raise money for the athletic program and is looking to plan future fundraiser events; if you are interested, call 513-543-8353.

Blanchester Skyline, which opened in October, has helped out Blanchester High School’s athletic program from donating $3,200 to the baseball team to feeding athletes before games, Eaisa David, who opened the new Skyline, stated that “athletic development is crucial to helping kids grow into well-rounded and happy adults, and we are dedicated to helping these student-athletes succeed.” Blanchester Skyline has also hosted halftime shot basketball contests to raise money for the athletic program and is looking to plan future fundraiser events; if you are interested, call 513-543-8353.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_blan-at-skyline.jpgBlanchester Skyline, which opened in October, has helped out Blanchester High School’s athletic program from donating $3,200 to the baseball team to feeding athletes before games, Eaisa David, who opened the new Skyline, stated that “athletic development is crucial to helping kids grow into well-rounded and happy adults, and we are dedicated to helping these student-athletes succeed.” Blanchester Skyline has also hosted halftime shot basketball contests to raise money for the athletic program and is looking to plan future fundraiser events; if you are interested, call 513-543-8353. Courtesy photo