TUESDAY, MARCH 21
Ada council – 6:30 p.m., council chambers
THURSDAY, MARCH 16
Midwest Regional Educational Service Center board – 6:30 p.m. at Upper Scioto Valley School, McGuffey.
Sharon Music has joined Century 21 Sunway Realty as a sales associate.
She will specialize in all areas of residential and commercial property sales in the Hardin County area.
Kenton’s Family Video store is part of a company campaign to join forces with customers to fund research aimed at finding a cure for lymphoma cancer.
It is among the 950 retail locations under the Highland Ventures, Ltd. umbrella participating in the Round It Up for Lymphoma fundraising campaign which runs through March 26.
MONDAY, MARCH 13
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
The Hardin County Veterans Service Commission provided vouchers in February for 33 veterans totaling $5,476.60.
There were 24 vouchers issued for $4,026.60 in utilities and other costs.
FOREST — The Forest council failed to have enough members for a quorum for its regular meeting Thursday night. The meeting has been reset for Tuesday at 7 p.m. in council chambers.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8
Hardin Northern Board of Education – 6:30 p.m., computer lab; special meeting to raise the purchasing limit for the superintendent and treasurer for a drainage tile project
DOLA — The Hardin Northern Board of Education will meet in special session at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the computer lab. It will consider a resolution to raise the purchasing limit for the superintendent and treasurer for a single drainage tile project on the property recently purchased by the board.
The Kenton Board of Education approved 21 volunteers during a short special meeting Monday evening. In addition, the board approved Darlene Heckathorn for tutoring at the high school. Also approved was Claire Long as a substitute teacher.
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Whether it’s running the youth wrestling program in which his son is involved or helping his daughters on their soccer teams, Michael Hunt is all about being active in his children’s involvements.
With a young son showing an interest in wrestling and no local program for him to join, Hunt stepped forward to start the Kenton Youth Wrestling program.
It’s a long way from Dunkirk to Boston, but Hardin Northern graduate Brianne Steiner Fritz found herself bridging that gap on Monday as she crossed the finish line in the Boston Marathon.
ROUNDHEAD — When veterans are called heroes, it is usually for showing valor on a battlefield.
The remaining members of Roundhead VFW Post 8832 are several decades removed from combat, yet they remain heroes to the people of their community as they continue to serve.
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