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  • Bible School – Stelvideo Church

    by - Jul 16, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Stelvideo Church will be hosting its 5-Day Club® on July 18-22. The event is open to children ages 4-12 and will be held from 3-5 p.m. 5-Day Clubs® meet to sing, hear Bible verses...
  • Last Monday cancelled

    by - Jul 16, 2016
    VERSAILLES – Your friends at the Versailles Area Museum regret that their “Last Monday” for July has been canceled due to conflicts with the staff. They are sorry if this inconvenience. Their “Last Monday” for August...
  • Dr. Studebaker speaks at PERI luncheon

    by - Jul 16, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Dr. John P. Studebaker, M.S., M.D. and Certified Holistic Specialist, will be the guest speaker at the Public Employee Retirees (PERI) luncheon meeting on Monday, August 1, 11:30 a.m., at the VFW on Ohio...
  • Family Fun Day at Annie Oakley Festival

    by - Jul 16, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Annie Oakley Festival Committee is excited about the 53rd Annie Oakley Festival.  They have planned live singing entertainment,  Ohio Western Arts Showcase presented by GLD Enterprises Communications Ltd., Melodrama, Historical Bus Tours,  and...
  • Tribute to Jack Harless

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    This is being written as a tribute letter for Jack Harless. I have never written such a letter before and I am certain Jack would be wondering why I would start now by eulogizing him. You...
  • Firefly Fireworks at Darke County Parks

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Did you know that fireflies or lightening bugs are actually beetles? On July 21, 8:30 p.m., at Shawnee Prairie Preserve, join a naturalist to learn about the fascinating world of fireflies. These bioluminescent bugs...
  • Neff holds 13th annual Health Fair

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Neff Motivation, Inc. held its 13th annual Health Fair at Paw’s Bingo in Greenville.  This year’s theme was Looking Lean in 2016 and Neff had 72 percent employee participation.  The company holds this event...
  • St. John Lutheran has a new pastor

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    GREENVILLE – St. John Lutheran Church, Greenville, is pleased to announce the arrival of their new pastor, Brian Stephen McGee. McGee comes to the church from Lancaster where he served the past three years as an...
  • Bible School – Beech Grove & Cedar Grove

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    NEW PARIS – Beech Grove and Cedar Grove Churches of the Brethren together with their Pastors Dewayne Heck and Tony Price invite all children from Preschool ages 3 and up to 6th grade to join them...
  • ReidRide will fund shoes for kids

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    RICHMOND, Ind. – Approximately 1,000 bicyclists are expected to pedal for a cause – funding shoes for kids – when they join in the annual ReidRide on July 23, organizers at Reid Health said. To date,...
  • Kelch family genealogy

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The Kelch family will gather for a genealogy work session at the Worch Memorial Public Library in Versailles on Aug. 4 at 1 p.m. Anyone who might help them is invited to come, bring...
  • Hone your soccer skills at MU Library

    by - Jul 15, 2016
    WEST MILTON – Goal! Hone your soccer technique and play a game on the Milton-Union Public Library’s front lawn with a special presentation by Milton-Union soccer coach Sara Carter. Carter will share her expertise at the...
  • Frantz, Pleiman take prize with most votes

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The votes are in, and Duck® brand is excited to announce Noah Pleiman and Jenna Frantz of Versailles, as the 2016 Stuck at Prom® Scholarship Contest Grand Prize winners. After receiving the most votes...
  • PCS honors local veteran with flag

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    GREENVILLE – PCS “Person Centered Services (formerly Wayne Industries) serving adults with developmental disabilities continues honoring local veterans. Every Wednesday these individuals shop, prepare and deliver meals in partnership with VFW Post 7262. Recently, they not...
  • Drying Foods at the Greenville Library

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Summer is the time of year to enjoy all the delicious fresh fruits and vegetables that ripen in the hot sun.  Learn to preserve both for the months ahead through the process of drying! ...
  • Spencer Landscaping supports Gathering

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Gathering at Garst and Garst Museum thank Spencer Landscaping for their generous and steadfast support received since the very first Gathering at Garst. Spencer Landscaping designed and installed the amazing landscape that surrounds...
  • Minnetrista Theater at Greenville Library

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Public Library’s “Family Fun Day” continues July 20, 11 a.m., on the front lawn.  They will again welcome Minnetrista Theater with “My Plate, the Musical.”  This program was developed in conjunction with...
  • Local DAR chapter helps break record

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    GREENVILLE – To celebrate the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) National Society’s 125th anniversary and the culmination of the Celebrate America volunteer service initiative, the DAR channeled its fervor for patriotism and dedicated support of...
  • Woodcarving with Butch Clark at BPL

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    BRADFORD – Bradford Public Library will be hosting a special woodcarving class with local artist Butch Clark. This two-day class will be held July 26 and 27 from 6:30-9 p.m. Students will have a choice of...
  • Don’t force women into combat roles

    by - Jul 14, 2016
    WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Warren Davidson issued the following statement regarding the issue on whether women should be required to register for Selective Service. “Many Americans are unaware that Congress is considering requiring our daughters to...

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