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  • Triple-L 4-H Club elects officers
    The Triple-L 4-H club had its first meeting on Sunday, Feb. 21 at the home of advisor Jaime Simmons. Members and parents looked at the 4-H catalog to determine what projects the members would like to take this year.
  • Area Agency on Aging recruiting volunteers
    Looking for an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others? If so, the Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc. (AAA7) has an opportunity for you or someone you know who may be interested in helping some of our most vulnerable citizens - nursing home residents.
  • The "Fair-est" flowers of them all - Hillsboro Garden Club makes flower specimen selections for Highland County Fair
           The Hillsboro Garden Club has made their flower specimen selections for the Highland County Fair in September. Young gardeners planning to exhibit their flower specimens on Wednesday, September 8, will be planting and presenting the recently introduced Denver Daisy, a hardy, late blooming, drought resistant perennial with enormous flowers. Bred from native species, this new twist on Black-eyed Susan sports 6-8 inch blooms with pure yellow petals surrounding a dark red center. It thrives in full sun and attracts butterflies in the summer and birds in the late fall. Seed packets are available from Park Seeds.
  • Adena seeks volunteers
    Adena Greenfield Medical Center is seeking enthusiastic volunteers.
  • Faulconer passes CIC examination
    Highland District Hospital is pleased to announce that Cathy Faulconer, RN, CIC has successfully completed the Certification in Infection Control examination.
  • 28th annual senior art show
    Are you age 55 or older with a talent for ar
  • A 4-H member honors organization with poem
    Lori Ross Jenkins, 4-H Advisor for Lucky Green 4-H Club (This was written by Lori in 1981 and was submitted to us by her daughter Emmy)

    There’s a person that should be commended
    For their outstanding work in their field
    This person needs time, patience and faith
    And sometimes an armor and shield
  • Area family participates in Autism Speaks
    A Sabina area family is asking for community support to bring awareness and to help raise funds in the fight against autism.
    Tony, Titan, Tate, Coleen and Brandi Thompson will be walking in Autism Speaks Walk Now for Autism fundraising event May 22 at Coney Island in Cincinnati.
  • Cabin Fever Arts Festival rescheduled for March 20
    The annual Cabin Fever Arts Festival, originally set for late February, was postponed due to inclement weather. This year’s event will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 20, at Southern State’s Appalachian Gateway Center, 12681 U.S. 62, Fincastle, Ohio. There will be food, live music, workshops, displays and 35 artisan booths.
  • Knoches celebrate 50th anniversary
    Tom and Sue Knoche (nee Doss) will celebrate 50 years of marriage on March 17, 2010. In honor of this memorable occasion, their children and grandchildren will host an open house from 2 – 4 p.m. March 20, 2010, at the Church of the Nazarene in Sardinia.
  • Knoches celebrate 50th anniversary
    Tom and Sue Knoche (nee Doss) will celebrate 50 years of marriage on March 17, 2010. In honor of this memorable occasion, their children and grandchildren will host an open house from 2 – 4 p.m. March 20, 2010, at the Church of the Nazarene in Sardinia.
  • I got my start in 4-H
    Many of us got a similar start in the 4-H Youth Development program; however, the possibilities are endless for the dreams and jobs that 4-H helped us accomplish.
  • Orthopaedic symposium planned for area healthcare providers at Adena's PACCAR Medical Education Center
    Area healthcare providers have an opportunity to improve their diagnostic and treatment skills in dealing with patients having common orthopaedic complaints.
  • Over 100 wrestlers participate in Will Parr memorial tournament
    The annual Will Parr memorial wrestling tournament included approximately 100 wrestlers from Highland, Fayette, and Ross counties.
  • BCGH employees raise money for fight against breast cancer
    Brown County General Hospital's Dr. Nathan Long, Medical Director for the BCGH Diagnostic Imaging Department, along with Certified Mammography Technicians Karen Adkins, Lisa Marino, Connie Lay, Lora Smith and Lana Ward, joined Darlene Flannery, Director of Diagnostic Imaging in turning over a check for over $100 to Jenny Cahall of the Susan Komen Foundation in support of the fight against breast cancer.
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