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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Second Annual “Braves PALOOZA” continues a new PTO tradtion

On Monday, August 14, parking lots around Stephan Field were filled to the brim as school district families gathered to kick off a new school year. The event, sponsored by the Indian Hill PTO for all four schools, was a great opportunity for students K-12 and parents to re-connect and learn about organizations and opportunities for students in all grades.  To make life easier for busy parents and hungry kids, food trucks offering delicious dinner fare and Kona Ice were on hand to provide ready to eat menu items.  Events are always more fun with music, and the Indian Hill Vinyl Club was on hand to provide just the right atmosphere.

From 5-7 pm, parents and kids had the opportunity to meet school faculty and  PTO officers, learn about extracurricular activities and get caught up on neighborhood news.  The Indian Hill cheerleading recreational team was on hand to provide a memorable performance and face painting was a big hit, too!

Here’s a look back at the fun that was had by all.

IHRC Cheerleaders show their style!

Latin Club members Grace Galloway and Sophie Sawyers

The convenience of dinner-on-the-go and Kona ice attracted a sizable crowd at Braves Palooza

Ashley Lewellen, Emerson Lewellen Julia Lewellen, Nella Grace Lewellen and friend Charlotte Ellington enjoy Kona Ice

Michael, Ellie, George and Katy Mezher enjoy Kona ice at the Braves Palooza

Cooper and Allan enjoy time with Mom and IH alum Libby Camden Beiter

IH Foundation member Garrett Youngblood with IHRC Cheer coaches Leigh Anne Meurer, Sarah Blemker and Katie Feldman

Indian Hill Robotics Club

Indian Hill Foundation members Kitsa Rhoad, Garrett Youngblood, Lori Kleindinst and Leight Anne Meurer

Heather Bennett, IHHS PTO Director, IHHS Principal Jeff Damadeo, IHHS PTO Program Chair Shana Waltz and IHHS Assistant Principal Mike Hayes

David Kholodenko and Vandita Rastogi represented S.M.I.L.E.

Maggie Jutze and Manasi Singh represented the school’s American Red Cross Club

CAPA Artistic Director Kimberly Buczek and Robin Schwanekamp shared information about CAPA fall programs

Natalie and Caroline Ivers (with mom Monica Ivers) enjoyed some awesome face painting

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