Union City Girls win Sectional

Saturday night, the Lady Indians defeated the Titans of Tri-High (49-47) to become sectional champions. They are also the TEC co-champians.

They will face Liberty-Christian in regional play.

Regional Girls Basketball Information

Saturday, February 13

Union City vs. Liberty Christian - 10 a.m.

North Vermillion vs. Tri-Central - 12 p.m.

Regional Championship Game - 8 p.m.

Admission: $7/session; $10 both sessions

Games played at Tipton High School
619 S. Main Street, Tipton, IN 46072

Dinner on the Prairie


Please join the Preservation Society of Union City IN-OH, Inc. in celebrating the 200th anniversary of Indiana in downtown Union City at the Community Room, 103 N. Columbia St. March 19, 2016 at 6:00 PM in downtown Union City. 


The evening will include a fun evening sharing the heritage and artifacts of Indiana on the Prairie for $25 per person, reservations required. Contact Ted Leahey at 765-964-5370.


A live reenactment of life in the 1800’s will be entertaining as you listen to Pioneer Rick tell of his adventures as a settler in Indiana’s wilderness. Life was good to this stranger in his new life here on the Indiana Prairie. Author Ann Alexander will read selections from her recently published book The Prairie Farmer.


The evening will include a traditional dinner that you could have had living in rural Indiana. In addition, there will be some Indiana “brew” and light hors de oeuvres preceding the meal in the Red Room as you visit the Old Hotel museum and listen to some campfire music. In the Community Room there will be a display that includes toys, tools, furnishings, clothing and items from Prairie Days. Items will be from private collections, but there will also be items for sale from the various Antique Stores in Union City.

Elk's Cancer Research Benefit Dance

Help us TACKLE cancer by attending our Super Bowl themed cancer research benefit dance. Great date night opportunity for valentine's day!! Plus you will have a blast all while raising money for cancer research. 

Saturday February 13th, 6PM-Midnight, Union City Elks Club

Dinner + Dance = $25 per person (dinner starts at 6:00)
Dance only = $15 per person (dance starts at 8:00)

Food: pulled pork by Martin Dulin
Music: Live music by Password Reset Featuring Roxie Rox
Activities: live auctions, silent auction, raffles, booze, award for best theme-dressed, and more!

Contact Sophie O'Connor or stop in at the Elks if you are needing tickets!

DCCA Presents VoicePlay

DCCA PRESENTS A CAPPELLA GROUP IN LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS

From January 20 through 23, local high school students will learn about vocal techniques and methods from VoicePlay, a unique a cappella group that started as a street corner barbershop act before winning national acclaim with their appearances on NBC's The Sing-off and subsequently touring internationally. Part of Darke County Center for the Arts' Arts In Education series, the programs by VoicePlay will be presented in each local school district at no charge to students and are free and open to the public. “These five guys are incredibly creative and can do amazing things with their voices which span 5 octaves, ” said DCCA Artistic Director Keith Rawlins. “We know that the students will be thrilled and inspired by this show,” Rawlins stated.

VoicePlay will also perform in concert on Saturday, January 23 at Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall in Greenville as part of DCCA's Artists Series. The group creates the orchestrated sound of an entire musical production using nothing but the human voice; their varied repertoire spans genres and eras and according to Mr. Rawlins appeals to audiences of all ages. “Their act includes inventive and often hilarious on-stage theatrics as well as the vocal gymnastics which have made them famous,” Rawlins concluded.

DCCA's Arts In Education program that annually presents high-quality artists to students in all grade levels in Darke County and Greenville City schools is sponsored by Gordon Orthodontics, Target, DP&L Company Foundation, Greenville Federal, Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe, Edison State Community College, Darke Rural Electric Trust, Richard Baker, BASF, and Littman-Thomas Agency, the Mandy Green Fund of the Darke County Foundation, and the Helen Hawkey Music Project. Additionally, the Ohio Arts Council helped fund this program with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans; the A.I.E. program is also funded by DCCA memberships and the local schools. DCCA also receives operating support from the Harry D. and Esther Stephens Memorial as well as funding from the Ketrow Foundation and Lydia E. Schaurer Memorial Trust Fund.

Tickets for the January 23rd VoicePlay show at St. Clair Memorial Hall cost $20 (half-price for students) and can be purchased at the DCCA office located in Greenville Public Library as well as on-line at www.CenterForArts.net; if any remain by showtime, tickets will also be available at the door. A.I.E. programs are scheduled in cooperation with the schools; for more information, contact DCCA at 937-547-0908 or dcca@centerforarts.net.