Greene County, Ohio, named for General Nathaniel Greene, the Revolutionary War Hero, was established in its present boundaries in 1819. When Ohio was admitted to the Union in 1803, Greene County stretched from Clinton County on the south to the then north line of the new state. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greene_County,_Ohio
Rare is the destination that provides activities at every turn, and yet, never hems you in. But here, in the rolling hills east of Dayton, between Cincinnati and Columbus, is a destination so free with itself, it defies conventional definitions. Instead, it is a diverse mix of attitudes and adjectives: laid-back, creative, friendly, beautiful, agricultural, energy, flight, freedom, tradition, and spirit. And while it may have a structured side, it’s never routine.
That’s because here, amongst main streets and meadows, there is space enough to move outside routine. Here, there is an inherent spirit of adventure. You can still summon the child-like joy of discovering something new and unexpected. You just have to get outside the limits of the city… beyond its rules… to a place that inspires creativity at every turn…Greene County. http://www.greenecountyohio.org/
There are 40 public schools in Greene County, Ohio, serving 22,476 students. Greene County, OH public schools have a diversity score of 0.25, which is higher than the Ohio average of 0.22. https://www.publicschoolreview.com/ohio/greene-county Greene County Ohio is where the global organization, Athletes in Action, calls home. Located on their 250 acre campus they have an all synthetic turf athletic complex, meeting and banquet facilities and dormitory style housing.
Greene County Ohio is a shoppers paradise whether you’re looking for shopping centers and malls or small, independent, locally owned shops. http://www.thegreene.com/ Greene County Ohio is where the Wright brothers came to challenge the status quo as they set off to change the world. Imagine what we could do for you!