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  • Ladies Auxiliary holds meeting, plans Christmas party

    The Ladies Auxiliary held their monthly meeting Dec. 1. Two new members were sworn in. The next 10 members to send in their dues will be in a drawing for 2010 dues to be paid.
  • HealthSource Hillsboro Health Center Offering Medicaid Enrollment Assistance
    HealthSource Hillsboro Health Center located at 104 Erin Court in Hillsboro will be offering free assistance to individuals who may be eligible for Medicaid on Wednesday, Dec. 16 from 3-5 p.m.  An employee will be on hand to assist in completing the application and will be available to answer questions regarding Medicaid benefits.
  • Highland County Recycling shares tips on recycling after the holidays
    Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, Ohioans and their fellow Americans traditionally put 25 percent more trash at their curbs – mostly wrapping paper, ribbons, party decorations and mail-order catalogues – all by-products of the holiday season.
  • THIS HOPE to perform at Hillsboro Bible Baptist
    Hillsboro Bible Baptist Church welcomes THIS HOPE in concert Sunday, Dec. 20 at 6 p.m.
  • VFW Post 9094 Men's Auxiliary makes donation to Children's Services
    Larry Parker, president of the Men's Auxiliary to VFW Post 9094, is shown presenting two $50 Kroger gift certificates to
  • "Merry Money" program a success
    Once again the Hillsboro Public Library's "Merry Money" reading program was a busy and exciting time!
  • Cincinnati Boychoir members sing for Women's Club luncheon
    On Tuesday, Dec. 8, the Hillsboro Women's Club holiday luncheon was held at the Highland House Museum. Christopher Ford (son of Mark and Joyce Ford) and Julian Thomas (son of Justin and Jodena Thomas), who are members of the Cincinnati Boychoir, provided entertainment. They sang eight Christmas songs, much to the delight of the 47 ladies who attended.
  • Hillsboro library features hand-carved Santas
    The Hillsboro Public Library has a display this month of hand-carved santas. There is a variety of different Santas. Stop by and take a peek; you may even find a Christmas book to check out.
  • HDH recognizes volunteer for 4,000 hours of service
    “Caring. Close to Home” is a fitting tagline for Highland District Hospital. It seems just as fitting for a 9 year volunteer who just chalked up 4,000 volunteer hours. Jane Conley is a volunteer who has been committed to the mission of caring through her service to HDH as a volunteer.
  • Wilsons assist Cincinnati Christian University in recognition of Anthony Munoz
    Marvin and Mark Wilson of Wilson National Real Estate, and Jacob Wilson, Mark's son, are pictured with NFL Hall of Famer and former Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Anthony Munoz.
  • Healthy holiday snack tips to be featured at Adena Support Group
    Want to learn healthy ways to fix your favorite holiday snacks?  Then attend the next "Feeling Your Best" Support Group at Adena Medical Center on Thursday, Dec. 10 from 3:30-4:30 pm, where "Healthy Holiday Snacks" will be the featured topic.
  • Enjoy the holidays without overeating
    The hectic pace of the holidays keeps us busy, leaving little time for us to concentrate on exercise or healthy eating.  A decrease in physical activity, combined with the temptation of all those holiday goodies and foods can lead to an unwanted holiday bonus of weight gain.
  • Three students presented with Good Citizen Awards
    On Saturday, Dec. 5, the Waw-wil-a-way chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented three local students with Good Citizen Awards for their essays. Erin Mizer of McClain High School, Abigail Current of Fairfield High School, and Ethan Hawkins of Whiteoak High School were presented with certificates and cash awards for their winning essays.
  • Farmers Club meets Dec. 7
    Thanksgiving weekend means that the holiday season is literally in full swing. Hopefully, you were able to spend Thanksgiving Day with family and friends. The Christmas shopping season is now under way. Many people enjoy the crowds and thrill of “Black Friday” as it is the “official” kickoff to the shopping season. I, for one, do not include myself in that group.
  • Senior Scene: From the HCSCC
    Senior Center plans Christmas Day celebration
  • 21st Luminaria Night to Be Held Dec. 13
    Leesburg, December 13, 2009 will be Luminaria Night in the Village of Leesburg.  Lighting of the traditional Luminaria candles will begin at 5 p.m. Village shops and Businesses plan "Open House" 5:30 to 7 p.m., closing in time for villagers to attend the Combined Church Service at the Leesburg Church of Christ at 7:30 PM. The six graders at Fairfield Middle School have been writing essays to be judged by the Fairfield High School English classes.  The winners of the essay contest will be crowned King and Queen at the Leesburg Library at 5:45 p.m.  Santa is schedule to make a visit to the Leesburg Post Office during downtown open houses.   The Fairfield High School Choir will sing at the church service sponsored by the Fairfield Ministerial Association.
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