Sarah Bennett, Author at WeDoVids

2024 Better Business Bureau Torch Awards

  Join your Better Business Bureau in recognizing organizations and individuals demonstrating superior commitment to ethics and integrity.  Tuesday, May 14, 2024, 5:30 p.m. David H. Ponitz Center, 444 W. Third St., Bldg. 12, Dayton At the event, the Torch Awards finalists will be recognized and the winner in each category announced. Five Students of Integrity will also be honored at this event. These are local high school seniors who have shown exceptional moral character, leadership and academics. BBB will also be presenting its Legacy Award and Community Honor. It will also present its Spark Awards, recognizing entrepreneurial organizations.  More than 500 business leaders are expected to attend the event. Mark your calendars and make your reservations today by calling (937) 610-2277.  WeDoVids captured a few of the highlights at

WiCL Christmas Celebration Luncheon

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Reflecting on an inspirational afternoon at the Women In Christian Leadership's Annual Christmas Celebration Luncheon, hosted at Kettering's Presidential Banquette Center. Here is a link to the photos: They are free to all attendees, Photo credit to is not mandatory but appreciated! Under the skillful catering of Kohler Catering, the luncheon unfolded in a room adorned with a holiday Marketplace featuring extraordinary vendors. Olive Tree Vitality, Selfcare with Paula, Clothes That Work, Noonday Collection, Traveling Pendants, Real Change Coaching, Storyline Collection Fashions, Beth Gully Designs, Deeper Still Ministries, and The Curated with Care Co. transformed the space into a haven of unique treasures. The celebration commenced with the dynamic trio, Pamela Wantz, Debra Ghysels, and Jeanne Porter, setting the stage for a day of jubilation. The Community Leadership

Stebbins Career Tech Center Promo Videos

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This past spring WeDoVids was asked to create a series of videos highlighting the career tech programs at Stebbins High School Career Tech Center.Stebbins is close to our hearts, as Brian attended his early years of high school there. We are amazed at how this school has evolved from an average Ohio high school to an incredible career training center geared toward the needs of the local workforce. During our interview with Superintendent Chad Wyen, he explained the importance of making school engaging and interesting for the students. He expressed a true passion for providing the most opportunity possible for each individual student. Stebbins CTC accepts open enrollment, making this superior educational experience available to any high school student. We are supporters of better education for all of our young people, regardless