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  • Senior Scene: From the HCSCC

    Christmas Bazaar  
        Don’t miss the annual Christmas Bazaar on Friday, Dec. 4 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Highland County Senior Center.
  • St. Mary's Episcopal Church hosts special Christmas concerts
    The summer of 2009 was the season of restoration for the renowned 1885 Koehnken & Grimm pipe organ in historic St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Hillsboro.
  • CHECK IT OUT Leesburg Library Reading
    Christmas greetings from all of us here at the Leesburg Library! We hope
    you will be able to join us for some of our festive December programs.
    Our Knit Together group will meet on Thursday, December 3 and 17 from 5:30-7
    PM.  Bring your current project and join us for some conversation and
    knitting.
  • How to: Caring for Sick at Home
    This information was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and should not replace discussions with your health care provider.
  • Notes from the Greenfield Historical Society
       Since 1918, November starts on a bittersweet note. On the 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour the armistice began that signaled the end of fighting in Europe of what was called The Great War (now known as WW I). Greenfield, according to F.R. Harris in his book "Hometown Chronicles," began celebrating that first Armistice Day at 4 a.m. when the night watchman gave the bell in the tower of Town Hall a few taps to signal the good news. After whistles blew, bells rang and guns were fired, a barbeque was held at noon in the town square followed by a wreath being laid at the Memorial Tablet next to City Building. The Tablet listed those who had lost their lives in the Great War. In the impromptu parade that followed the barbeque a hearse with a coffin carrying an effigy of the German Kaiser was one of the floats and when the hearse reached the center of town, the "Kaiser" was strung up on a guy wire and riddled with bullets.  Today our celebrations of Veterans Day are just as heartfelt if not a little quieter.
  • Greenfield Library Link
    It is really hard to believe that it is December again and time for
    poinsettias, pine, and pies. We at the Greenfield Library want to say
    thanks for being great patrons, and hope you are preparing for a great
    Christmas. Times are a lot harder for many people this year, but the
    greatest gift of Christmas is love. Share kindness and joy with all you
    meet and your holiday season will take on new happiness. If you need
    some new ideas, or recipes, or entertainment, stop by and check us out.
  • Lynchburg Community Voice
    As the year comes to a close, the office is busy finalizing paperwork to close out the books. Over the last two years, our local government has come a long way to balance the budget and meet several State and Federal mandates. Though it has been a rough road, and many hard decisions were made, I believe we, as a community, are in a much better financial standing today, than a year ago. Much of our long-term debt, is now guaranteed with payments that will not increase the regular utility invoice. All of our OEPA, State Mandated new debt, for the Wastewater Plant Upgrade, is guaranteed without an increase in the regular monthly invoice.
  • Cabin part of Bainbridge Open House weekend

  • Three special Christmas concerts planned at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Hillsboro
    By HOLLIS STEVENSON

    The summer of 2009 was the season of restoration for the renowned 1885
  • Adena Mansion and Gardens Society to assume management of the state memorial in Chillicothe
    A newly formed Adena Mansion and Gardens Society is to assume management of the state memorial in Chillicothe Jan. 4.
  • Hillsboro Garden Club reports on Nov. 17 meeting
    The Hillsboro Garden Club met November 17, 2009 at the Floral Hall on
    the Highland County Fair grounds.
  • Senior Scene: From the HCSCC
    Medicare Part D Prescription Benefit Open Enrollment
        Medicare Part D open enrollment began Nov. 15 and resources are available to help you decide if you should enroll in a Part D Medicare prescription drug plan, determine if you have existing drug coverage or if you should switch to another Part D or Medicare Advantage plan for coverage that begins Jan. 1, 2010.
  • HDH recognizes accomplishments of two volunteers
    “Caring. Close to Home” is a fitting tagline for Highland District Hospital. It seems just as fitting for the two volunteers who have chalked up 1,000 hours in the Diabetes and You Center.
  • Annual Christmas Tour of Homes to be held in Greenfield Dec. 6
    Sunday, Dec. 6 is the date for the Greenfield Historical Society's annual Christmas Tour of Homes. The tour runs from 12-5 p.m. Five homeowners started early in July to prepare for this year's event. On the tour this year are the homes of Peter Quance and Julie McCray, 226 Mirabeau St.; Gene and Rosemary Kropfelder, 418 South St.; Jim and Madeline Grandy, 120 South St.; Bruce and Sue Ann Baird, 11885 State Rte. 138; and Steve and Mary Jane Parker, 13936 Titus Rd. (the corner of Titus and Rte. 138). Three homes are located in Greenfield and two are just west of town.
  • Leesburg student wins local competition in Lions International Peace Poster Contest
    Arica Melson, a 7th grade student at Fairfield Middle School, has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by the Leesburg Lions Club.
  • Leesburg student wins local competition in Lions International Peace Poster Contest
    Arica Melson, a 7th grade student at Fairfield Middle School, has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by the Leesburg Lions Club.
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