Edison State Community College supports 15th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade


Chad Beanblossom, vice president of regional campuses, presents Edison State Community College’s donation to Crysta Hutchinson Bloomingdale, executive director of Main Street Greenville.

Chad Beanblossom, vice president of regional campuses, presents Edison State Community College’s donation to Crysta Hutchinson Bloomingdale, executive director of Main Street Greenville.


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GREENVILLE – Main Street Greenville recognized Edison State Community College as one of the Platinum Sponsors for the upcoming 15th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade on Nov. 17.

“This is Edison State Community College’s third year of sponsoring the parade, and we are proud to partner with them,” said Crysta Hutchinson Bloomingdale, executive director of Main Street Greenville. “They are working to train and educate local leaders, and Main Street Greenville is working to provide quality of life and build community. It’s a natural partnership and one we are grateful for.”

The 2018 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade will feature entertainment leading up to the grand parade, which will begin at 7 p.m. The lighted event includes 80-plus horse entries and brings an estimated 8,000-plus spectators into the downtown area.

“Edison State Community College is a proud supporter of Main Street Greenville and the 2018 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade,” said Chad Beanblossom, vice president of regional campuses. “We are thrilled to be a part of such an exciting community event and look forward to participating for the third year in a row.”

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 and plans to open two additional locations in Eaton and Troy, Edison State provides a personal experience and rewarding education. Visit Edison online at www.edisonohio.edu.

Main Street Greenville also thanked the many other local businesses who help to sponsor this annual event, a full list of sponsors can be found on its website. This year’s Platinum Parade Sponsors are Edison State Community College, Greenville Federal and Wayne HealthCare.

Visit www.MainStreetGreenville.org or follow Main Street Greenville on social media for more information about the organization and the upcoming 15th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade. Anyone with questions may contact Main Street Greenville at 937-548-4998 or info@mainstreetgreenville.org.

Chad Beanblossom, vice president of regional campuses, presents Edison State Community College’s donation to Crysta Hutchinson Bloomingdale, executive director of Main Street Greenville.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/10/web1_Edison-WEB.jpgChad Beanblossom, vice president of regional campuses, presents Edison State Community College’s donation to Crysta Hutchinson Bloomingdale, executive director of Main Street Greenville. Courtesy photo