Monday – no school, staff inservice
SATURDAY, OCT. 21
AA Fellowship – 11 a.m., closed discussion at First United Methodist Church, 234 N. Main St., Kenton.
Apple season is still upon us.
Not only are apples in season in the local orchards but also in our kitchen.
President Hope Myers welcomed 22 members and guest June Boose to the Oct. 5 meeting of Soroptimist International Kenton-Hardin County held at Henry’s Restaurant at 5:30 pm.
Nancy Bronder of Lima was introduced and welcomed.
Rhinehart UMW met at the home of Pat Battles who gave devotions "My Secret Fear" from the Upper Room. Seven members answered roll call-favorite apple.
Secretary report given by Jann Oglesbee was approved.
The Memorial Park Bridge Club met on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Pro Shop Annex.
The hostess was Susan Dewese and there were three tables in play.
MOUNT VICTORY — There will be a Victory Jamboree program from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24 at the Plaza Inn restaurant in the Coach and Surrey Room, 491 S. Main St., Mount Victory. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.
The program will have Pickin’ and Grinin’ country.
McDonald Grange met at the hall on Thursday, Oct. 12, with Master Jim Lyle calling the meeting to order.
There were nine members present. Reports and dues have been made.
SATURDAY, OCT. 21
Weight Watchers – 9:15 a.m., Bellefontaine Union Station, 613 Hamilton St. Weigh-in starts 1/2 hour earlier.
Twenty-seven juniors and four seniors were tapped for induction into Benjamin Logan High School’s National Honor Society during a ceremony in the school auditorium.
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McGUFFEY — As Upper Scioto Valley’s Kolton Keith stays after school to practice with his team this coming week, he knows next Friday night will be his last game as a Ram.
The end of an athlete’s high school career is normally difficult on the student and his parents, but it will be an especially bittersweet experience for Jerry and Jade Keith.
First responders from throughout Hardin County prepare to travel in a convoy to Bellefontaine Friday morning to participate in the funeral services for volunteer Southeast Hardin EMT Krista McDonald.
Ohio 117 just south of Roundhead will close beginning Wednesday, Oct. 25 for approximately three weeks for a culvert replacement, according to the weekly report from the Ohio Department of Transportation’s District I office in Lima.