Many of our readers may remember Kathy Calhoun sitting in the stands cheering on our Buckeye Local athletes and supporting our teams by working in the concessions stand or at fundraisers. Now it is our turn to support Kathy and cheer her on as she battles Stage 4 lung cancer.
To help cover the expense of her costly medications, a Soup and Sandwich Sale will be held on Sept. 24 from 2-6 p.m. at the Hilltop Social Hall (old school) on Route 250 in Colerain. Desserts will be available as well as music by DJ Johnny O from COOL 105.5. There will also be a Chinese Auction including items autographed by singer/ performer Joe Zelek and a 50/50 raffle.
Adult Fitness & Wellness Program
The Fitness Center at Buckeye Local High School will be reopened on Sept. 12 for all area adults age 18 and up. The center is open on Monday through Thursday from 6-7:30 pm and is located in the Athletic wing of the building. The program has been in operation for 6 years and the cost to use the exercise equipment is $20 per month. Your first visit is free and a facilitator is available to assist you. Please contact Cookie Dolfi at 859-2196 for further information.
The Yorkville Volunteer Fire Department is holding a Rotisserie Chicken Dinner on Saturday, Sept. 17 beginning at 2 p.m. Cost per dinner is $7.50 and includes half of a chicken, noodles, green beans, dinner roll and beverage. Carry out or eat in. Delivery within a reasonable area will be available. To order ahead, call 859-2585. Proceeds will help recoup costs of the annual Street Fair that was hampered by bad weather.
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 4811 of Yorkville remains committed to meeting the needs of our troops serving our country throughout the world. They are currently seeking donations for care packages for our troops in Iraq. Call 859-2567 or drop off donations at the VFW.
The Rush Run Community Chapel will honor grandparents in a special service on Sept. 11th at 11 a.m. A luncheon will follow. Any grandparents in the area, as well as their grandchildren are invited to attend. Contact Donna Jokovich at 859- 6454.
The BLHS Roundball Club is sponsoring a Longaberger Bingo on Sept. 20 from 6-9 p.m. at BLHS. Cost is $20 in advance or $25 at the door and includes 20 games, sandwich, chips and beverage. Door prizes, raffles and refreshments will also be available for purchase. Contact Rosalind Agnew at 740-827-8866 for further details.
Clean Up and Beautification
The Warren Township Lions Club along with volunteers from the Tiltonsville Methodist Church and the community have come together to assist in the clean up and beautification of the school grounds of South Elementary in Tiltonsville. This effort has provided a welcoming site as our students and families enter the building. Principal Kim Leonard would like to thank everyone who has helped to make this project a success. A second phase is being conducted beginning at 9 a.m. today and all volunteers are welcome.
Fall colors will abound in Yorkville as the Beautification Committee begins planting colorful mums throughout the village. The committee and the village administration would like to thank Bodnar & Son Florist of Rayland for their donations of the mums.
The Village of Tiltonsville recently used funds received from their recreation grant to purchase park and playground equipment for the park at the Pump house ball field. Most area residents have had children play baseball at the Pump house field or actually played baseball there themselves and now the new equipment is being enjoyed by this generation of children of YTR. Hats off to Tiltonsville for this kind gesture.
Please be reminded of the card and games party to be held at the Glen Robbins Community Center on Oct. 15 beginning at 6 p.m. Cost is $50 and includes food and beverage. Proceeds benefit the Presbyterian Church and the community. The public is invited. Contact Dolly Meeker at 859-2224 for more information.
Honor and Remembrance
On Sunday, September 11th at 1:00 the citizens of YTR and the surrounding area will take a moment to remember those that were lost on 9/11 and honor those who have served and continue to keep us safe. God Bless America.