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The Dayton Dragons and Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, teamed up for the Dragons MVP Program to reward area fourth- and fifth-grade students for their classroom success.
Through the Dayton Dragons MVP Program, fourth- and fifth-grade teachers throughout the Miami Valley (Clark, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, and Warren counties) receive award kits to recognize five students in their classroom. Each of the five students selected as a Dayton Dragons MVP in their classroom receive four lawn tickets to a special MVP night at Fifth Third Field, an MVP certificate, tickets to an MVP Field Day at the ballpark, and a uniquely designed MVP hat. In addition to these items, MVP winners have the opportunity to share their success story included in the Dragons game day program, throw out a first pitch, have an on-air radio interview, and participate in entertainment skits during a Dragons game.
As part of the program, five winners were selected to receive a $529 CollegeAdvantage 529 Direct Plan College Savings Award from each of the following counties: Clark, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, and Warren.
The winners are:
Clark County – Rebekah O’Brien
Greene County – Eric Mrenak
Miami County – Megan Goins
Montgomery County – Christina Comer
Warren County – Renee Bennet
The winners and their families were celebrated at an on-field awards ceremony on 529 Day, at the Dayton Dragons home game on May 29.
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Posted on May 30, 2019