Springfield News-Sun : 2019-02-11

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B3 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019 | SPRINGFIELD NEWS-SUN | COMPLETE. IN-DEPTH. DEPENDABLE. LOCALFOCUS CONNECTINGWITHYOURCOMMUNITY Clark and Champaign SPRINGFIELD REGION Rivercelebrated In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Little Miami River’s designation as a scenic river, the Little Miami RiverWatershed Network delivered a presentation to the community. The programfocused on the significance of the 107-mile river. It featured speakers Hope Taft, former Ohio first lady, andAaronRourke, president of Rivers Unlimited, a river conservation organization. The event took place Feb. 9 at 1 p.m. in the DiscoveryHall of theHeritage Center, 117 South Fountain Ave. Formore information, please call 937-324-0657, ext./231. STAFF REPORT SPRINGFIELD FamiliesofAddicts The Families of Addicts support groupwillmeetfrom 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the Bridge of Support, 50W. HighSt. Theguest speaker of the week, Eric Mata, will share his recovery story. The meeting is open to the public. The Bridge of Support facility also offers a SundayEveningFamilymeeting at 5 p.m. every Sunday. Protectingthefamilycarfromroadsalt STAFF REPORT Railroadprogram Ayoungmanwashes his family’s car lastweek at a carwash on Bechtle Avenue. Peoplewere lined up at carwashes around the area at the start of lastweek to clean the salt offtheir cars. MARSHALLGORBY / STAFF The George Rogers Clark Heritage Association will present a programabout the role of Ohio in the Underground Railroad. The event will feature guest speaker Cathy Nelson, the founder andpresidentemeritus of the Friends of Freedom Society, a historical research organization that focusesonUnderground Railroad research. The presentation is free and open to the public. It will take place Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. at the OhioMasonic Home Clubhouse, 2655 W. National Road. Bank has distinguished itself as one of the strongest banks in the nation.” saidMelody Gast, career services coordinator for Clark State. “We are excited to help connect the community with in-demand jobs.” Many attendingemployers will offer interviews on site at the job fair. Job seekers are encouraged to bring several copies of their resume and to dress professionally. Internship Fair and Open House on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Clark State Greene Center location, 3775 Pentagon Blvd. The event will feature several local companies, including the Beavercreek Police Department, Applied Optimization, Buckeye Ambulance, Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley, Grange Insurance, Speedway LLC, WoeberMustardManufacturing, and Brookdale Buck Creek. “The February Job and Internship Fair and Open House is a perfect place for students, graduates and the public to network with local employers and learn about programs and services offered at Clark State CommunityCollege,” breakfast and lunch. For registration information, visit go.osu.edu/2019perennialschoolclarkcounty. Registration may be completed online with a credit card. Otherwise, mail a check and registration form to Perennial School, 3130 E. Main St. The program will focus on a wide variety of topics related to perennial gardens. It take place on Thursday, March 7 from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p. m. at Hollenbeck Bayoley Creative Arts and Conference Center, 275 S. Limestone St. Doors open at 8:15 for check-in. For more information on garden programs, visit go.osu.edu/letsgarden or call 937-521-3860. NEWCARLISLE Bankgetsaward New Carlisle Federal Savings Bank has been awarded a five-star rating fromBauerFinancial Inc. for its financial strength, stability, capital adequacy, profitability and asset quality. The bank has also earned and maintained a 5-star or 4-star rating for 122 consecutive quarters.“NCFSavingsBank’sability to excel and consistently deliver a stellar financial performance is a true testament to its values and dedication,” saidKarenDorway, president of BauerFinancial. “Though an unwavering commitment toits customersandpersonal relationships, NCF Savings STAFF REPORT Sendusyournews The Springfield News-Sun publishes news items, community events and other notices daily in Local Focus. The News-Sun also prints a community-submittedphoto in the section every day, so community-focused photos are also welcomed. Submit your news or photograph for Local Focus by sending the information to [email protected] STAFF REPORT SPRINGFIELD Annualflowerschool STAFF REPORT Thedeadline toregister for the 20thAnnualCentralOhio Perennial Flower School is Tuesday, Feb. 26. Pre-registration is required. The cost is $70, which includes a continental SPRINGFIELD ClarkStatejob fair STAFF REPORT Clark State Community College will host a Job and STAFF REPORT SENIOR CALENDAR UNITEDSENIOR SERVICES Wednesday: Friday: Yoga: 4:45 p.m.* Aquatics: 5:30 p.m.* Chess Club: 10a.m. Cholesterol andA1C Screenings: 10a.m. to noon Aquatics: 11a.m.* Aquatics: Noon* Samba (CardGame): Noon Aquatics: 1p.m.* Bingo: 1p.m.* Meditation inMotion: 1to2 p.m.* Aquatics: 2p.m.* Pickleball forNovices: 2to 4p.m. Aquatics: 3p.m.* Pickleball: 4to6:15p.m. Zumba: 5:30 to 6:30p.m.* a.m. to 6:45p.m. Samba (CardGame): 9a.m. Focus on Fitness: 9a.m.* ComputerLab: 9to 10:30 a.m. Call324-5705for appointment. Yoga Mornings: 9a.m.* Moving with Music: 10:30 a.m.* Pinochle: 11:30 a.m. Friendly EuchreGroup: Noon Jammers: Noon Bid Euchre: 12:30p.m. Aquatics: 1p.m.* Parkinson’s SupportGroup: 1p.m. Aquatics: 2p.m.* Parkinson Exercise: 2p.m. ChairVolleyball: 2:30p.m. Aquatics: 3:30 p.m.* Aquatics: 4:30 p.m.* Pickleball: 4:30 p.m. Aquatics: 5:30 p.m.* Quilting, 1p.m. KeepMoving, 1p.m. Hospice, 1p.m. SOUTHCHARLESTON Friday 125W. MainSt. 937-323-4948 *Denotes event that requires paymentora reservation to attend. CallUSSfor information. URBANACHAMPAIGN COUNTYSENIOR CENTER There will be no Pickleball todaydue to a special event. FitnessRoom: 7a.m. to7 p.m. Aquatics: 8a.m.* Billiards-GameRoom: 8:30 a.m. to6:45p.m. Aquatics: 9a.m.* Weaving: 9:30 a.m. Aquatics: 10a.m.* Chess Club: 10a.m. Hula: 10a.m. Aquatics: 11a.m.* Aquatics: Noon* Bridge: Noon Casual Cards: Noon Drums4Fitness: 12:15 to 12:45p.m.* Aquatics: 1p.m.* Euchre: 1p.m. Zumba Gold: 1p.m.* JigsawPuzzleGroup: 3to 6:45p.m. 101Old ColumbusRoad 937-462-7188 Monday-Friday: Lunch served at 11:30 a.m.; call fora reservation24hours in advance. 701S. WalnutSt., Urbana Formore information about our services, please call 937653-6088. Monday-Friday: Lunch served11to11:45 a.m.; must completepaperwork prior to first visit and call for a reservation24hours in advance. NEWCARLISLE LAKEAVE. RETIREMENT VILLAGE Today ChairVolleyball: 9a.m. TapClass: 10a.m. Beg. LineDancing: 11:15 a.m. Canasta Club: 1p.m. GentleYoga: 4p.m. 1216LakeAve. 937-845-2080 Today Monday-Friday: FitnessRoom: 7a.m. to7 p.m. Aquatics: 8a.m.* Pickleball: 8:30 a.m. Billiards-GameRoom: 8:30 a.m. to 6:45p.m. Aquatics: 9a.m.* Aquatics: 10a.m.* Bridge: 10a.m.* KeepMovin’: 10:30 a.m.* Aquatics: 11a.m.* Aquatics: Noon* MondayMovie: Noon Aquatics: 1p.m. CardMaking Club: 1p.m. Scrabble: 1:30p.m. Aquatics: 2p.m.* Tai Chi: 2p.m. Aquatics: 3p.m.* Pickleball: 3p.m. Yoga: 4:15 to5:15p.m.* Lunch served at 11:30 a.m.; call fora reservation24hours in advance. Thursday Tuesday Therewillbe no Pickleball, Pickleball forNovices or Chair Volleyball todaydue to a special event. FitnessRoom: 7a.m. to7 p.m. Billiards-GameRoom: 8:30 a.m. to 6:45p.m. Focus on Fitness: 9a.m.* Poker: 9a.m. TaiChi: 10a.m. Wellness Challenge Exercise Class: 10:30 a.m. Pinochle: Noon Jammers: Noon Aquatics: 1p.m.* Scrabble: 1p.m. Aquatics: 2p.m.* Parkinson’s Exercise Group: 2p.m. Aquatics: 3:30p.m.* Photo Club: 3:30p.m. Aquatics: 4:30p.m.* Needlework: 9a.m. Wii: 9a.m. Valentine’s Lunch and Dessert: 11:30 a.m. Bingo: Noon Monday: MexicanTrain Dominoes, 12:30 p.m. MexicanTrain Dominoes/RockPainting, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday: Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday: ChairVolleyball: 10a.m. Nails ByGwen: 1p.m. TheCrownSeason 2, Episode1and 2: 1p.m. Beg. LineDancing: 6p.m. 500,12:30 FitnessRoom: 7a.m. to7 p.m. Aquatics: 8a.m.* Pickleball: 8:30 a.m. Billiards-GameRoom: 8:30 a.m. to 6:45p.m. BloodPressureScreenings: 8:45 to 11:30 a.m. Aquatics: 9a.m.* Bridge Lessons: 9a.m. MahJongg: 9a.m. VintageVoices: 9a.m. ComputerLab: 9to10a.m. Noappointment necessary. Aquatics: 10a.m.* p.m. Thursday: Bridge, 12:30 SATELLITEOFFICES ENON p.m. Friday: Hand, Knee, Foot, 12:30 p.m. Thursday 7571Dayton Springfield Road 937-863-0043 Focus on Fitness, 9:30 a.m.; 500,1p.m. Bridge, 9:30 a.m.; Euchre, 1p.m. Focus on Fitness, 9:30 a.m. Bridge, 1p.m. EnonStitchers/ GentleYoga: 10a.m. Euchre Club: 1p.m. VILLAPARK Friday Monday: 1350VesterAve. 937-399-3411 Chair Caning: 9a.m. Wood Carving: 6:30p.m. Tuesday: Monday-Friday: Lunch served at 11:30 a.m.; call fora reservation24hours in advance. 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