Thursday, April 16, 2009

Mark Your Calendars!

Mark Tuesday November 3, 2009 on your calendar. Do it now and don't forget. This is election day. This is the day YOU get to go to the polls and decide whether YOU like things the way they are in Dayton or if you feel it is time to think beyond the box.

Don't think you can vote? Did you know that
Ohio is one of 13 states, plus the District of Columbia, that allows ex-felons to regain voting rights once released from prison?

Do you want to know how to register to vote right now? Go to the Montgomery County Board of Elections registration site and fill out the information, print up the form. Sign it
and mail it in. Don't wait. Do it today. Your future depends on it!

Friday, April 10, 2009

I'm No Superhero But I Play One on You Tube!

I had an interesting day yesterday. I agreed to spend an afternoon with realtor Sarah Stanton driving around west Dayton to see some of the real estate problems on that side of town. Sarah is passionate about the west side and is committed to the real estate market there when others are trying to sell McMansions in the suburbs. Sarah knows the people and the culture. Many friendly people waved at us as we drove by. Ironically she is from England and her birthday is one day before mine!

While touring she took three short videos. The second one was interesting. We pulled into the parking lot of the Westside Supermarket at the same time as a parked car with two children in the back seat lost control and began to coast down the parking lot towards Germantown St.. Reacting quickly, two women from the store and I ran to the car and managed to stop it before it was about to roll down Germantown in the wrong lane. The event ended happily and the owner of the car was able to park it safely.







Sarah has done a number of You Tube videos. This one is really cool!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

An Open Invitation


Gary Leitzell
For Dayton Mayor

Ready. Willing. Able.


You are respectfully invited to a Pancake Breakfast and Open House at
“This Old Crack House.”

Enjoy homemade pancakes with delectable toppings.
View before/after photos of “This Old Crack House.”

Suggested Donation: $5.00 per person
All proceeds and donations will go to “Friends of Gary Leitzell.”

Please RSVP or there won’t be enough pancakes for you!
(937) 253-1359 or Gary@daytonmayor.org

Where: 114 Volkenand Ave., Dayton, OH 45410
(Across the street from Wayne Ave. Family Video)
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Date: Saturday April 25, 2009




www.daytonmayor.org

Paid for by Friends of Gary Leitzell
Dan Kennedy, treasurer, 525 Heiss Ave. Dayton, OH 45405