Greene County News
BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers will be the guest speaker at the Beavercreek Republican Women’s Club annual Christmas dinner and 60th anniversary celebration on Dec. 12.
Speaker Chief Evers started his law enforcement career in 1977 with the Sugarcreek Township Police Department. After serving in several positions, he joined the Beavercreek Police Department in 1982. He worked as a patrol officer, detective, sergeant, captain, and Operations Division Commander until he was appointed Chief of Police in 2011.
Evers is a graduate of Wright State University and has received extensive law enforcement training, especially in the area of polygraph techniques. He is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership College and has served as a Commander of the Citizens Police Academy. He currently serves on Criminal Justice Advisory Boards for Sinclair Community College, Greene County Career Center and Clark State University. Evers is also past president of the Greene County Law Enforcement Association.
The Beavercreek Republican Women’s Club was organized by 10 charter members in 1956 and Mary Shellabarger served as the first President. Other founders served as officers and the organization grew. As more women joined the club, it became an influence within Beavercreek in the distribution of information involving candidates and helping voters make choices.
Over the years the members of the Club have worked together to make Beavercreek a better township and city. The Republican Women’s Club. The Club invites the community to attend the dinner and program at the Beavercreek Golf Club, 2800 New Germany-Trebein Road. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Cost is $28 per person. Send your check payable to BRWC to Virginia Frederick, 4031 Tonawanda Trail, Beavercreek. Guests are welcome. Reservations are required and must be in by Monday, Dec. 5. For more information call Diane Phillips at 937-426-0279.
Story courtesy of Beavercreek Republican Women’s Club.