Submitted Photo: Harrison Elementary students sit on one of the new benches and read.

Last year, Sue Beck, former secretary of Harrison Elementary, started having students collect lids to create a Buddy Bench for the playground. After her passing last January, the project was taken over by others at the school to continue the legacy Beck had started.

Submitted Photo: Parts from a house on Great Parks land off Kilby Road will be sold.

Great parks of Hamilton has now partnered with Building Value to help take down buildings that are located on acquired property to help promote a strong recycling program of reusing building parts.

Matthew 225 Ministries CEO Tim Mettey, left, and young author Terrin Jackson take a moment to savor the Harrison Junior School student’s writing contest victory.

An eighth-grader will see his writing efforts pay off when a short story he wrote is published by a Cincinnati-based company.

Submitted photo: Employees from Cincinnati Incorporated, along with several SLSD administrators and teachers, brainstorm next steps for Harrison Junior School’s STEAM lab

Cincinnati Incorporated and Southwest Local School District have partnered to bring students of all grades a more comprehensive STEAM program.

Harrison Canning Factory 1901 – 1925.

Many of us old-timers are familiar with the past major employers in Harrison, specifically “The Foundry,” “The Shoe Factory, and “The Box Factory.”

These three factories were the mainstay of the Harrison economy and one even still remains, strongly in operation today, in town, up on Campbell Road.

Submitted Photo: Harrison Elementary students sit on one of the new benches and read.
Submitted Photo: Parts from a house on Great Parks land off Kilby Road will be sold.
Matthew 225 Ministries CEO Tim Mettey, left, and young author Terrin Jackson take a moment to savor the Harrison Junior School student’s writing contest victory.
Submitted photo: Employees from Cincinnati Incorporated, along with several SLSD administrators and teachers, brainstorm next steps for Harrison Junior School’s STEAM lab
Harrison Canning Factory 1901 – 1925.

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Submitted Photo: Harrison Elementary students sit on one of the new benches and read.

Last year, Sue Beck, former secretary of Harrison Elementary, started having students collect lids to create a Buddy Bench for the playground.

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Seated left to right: Christine Marshall, Dianne Kammerer, Debbie  Rowe, Jennifer Mohr, Betty Cookedorfer and Debbie Wesley.

Xi Eta Iota, chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, celebrated their Beginning Day, on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at The Tea Parlor in Liberty Township, Ohio.