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We are close to Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus, Ohio for any one day trips.There is also a public golf course within 2 blocks from our home. Lebanon has several restaurants 5 minute drive to house. The owners went out of their way to meet our needs.According to his citation, Brian Messer “knowingly remained on the property (Lebanon High School) after being asked repeatedly to leave at the request of the superintendent.”His lawyer declined to comment. In a statement, Yohey said: “On Wednesday of last week during student dismissal, I received a telephone call that an adult male was standing outside of our student exit interacting with students and holding a sign.Police declined to release reports other than the citation and a run sheet from the incident. I immediately contacted our SRO (School Resource Officer) and asked him to investigate.“I arrived on the scene prior to our SRO, introduced myself and informed the gentleman that he would have to leave or move to the public easement area on the front lawn of the high school.
While Brian Messer protested in the student parking lot, according to the run sheet, small, off-setting protests were going on at the edge of school property.
MORE: Lebanon picks new superintendent Several students supporting of the Gay Student Alliance waved signs.“I just want to preach love and acceptance,” senior Helena Flake said.
A man representing a national street preachers group used a bullhorn to urge the students to recognize gay sex as a sin and, along with his 10-year-old daughter, waved signs.“You’re always going to feel depressed and suicidal,” John Williams yelled across the access road separating the two protests as a reporter interviewed the students.
It is located on a quiet street in Lebanon, Ohio, just minutes from the famous Golden Lamb restaurant.
Rackett Enterprise LLC / Mary Ellen De Laney purchased this House in 1968Our home is on the historic register and was built in 1808. We want people to enjoy having the freedom of an entire house, not just a hotel room.
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