National Night Out
The Trotwood Police Department, Trotwood Fire Department and Home Depot, would like to invite everyone out to National Night Out's 31st Anniversary. This event is open to all local retailers, community partners, and all neighbors for a night mean for bringing our community together and embracing a unified effort to prevent crime and create awareness. The event is family friendly and will provide food, games, and several attractions meant for all ages!
Gem City Roller-girls are proud to announce that we will be taking place in this community activity. Dayton is our town and our home. We love this city, this community and we will show our support for its dedicated and brave police force and firefighters who work hard to maintain our safety. We are here for our community in its fight against crime and its continual efforts to prevent it.
Please come out and join us. Show your support!
When: Tuesday, August 5, 2014
5200 Salem Ave
Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
For more information on National Night Out please visit their website at www.natw.org
July 26th Bout Day
We have great news for our fans! July 26th we are back for our first double header home game in two and half months! We miss our fans just as much as you missed us! Come on our to Hara Arena on July 26th to see first the Purple Reign take on H.A.R.D. and then the Violet Femmes take down the Appalachian Hell Betties! As normal our doors will open at 4:30 and the first whistle is at 5:30!
Purchase your presale tickets online at Brown Paper Tickets! Presale ticket costs are only $5 for youth and $10 for adults! Do you have a large group of people? You can purchase 10 tickets for only $90. Bring your friends, family, church group or have a Birthday Party and watch your favorite rollerderby team kick some butt.
Hara Arena Complex (Ball Arena)
1001 Shiloh Springs Rd.
Dayton, Ohio, OH 45415
Boot Camp week is over and the league is proud of the girls who came out to skate. We are very excited for this group of Fresh Meat as they are showing determination and a positive attitude; two qualities that every roller-girl needs to survive this sport. For the next couple months these ladies will be practicing and honing their skills to past the WFTDA minimal requirement test. Once these ladies are able to able to crossover, stop properly, weave through cones and demonstrate how to hit an opposing player safety they will have the chance to pick their very own derby name. The name that you will be yelling from the side-lines to encourage to take out that jammer or jump that apex.