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Vol. 64 - No. 23 Circulation: 10,508 937-473-2028 JUNE 7, 2017 PRE-SORTED


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Covington Newberry Historical Society Whats happening at...


Meeting Scheduled for June 12 J.R. Clarke Public Library
Members of the Covington Newberry Historical Society invite
the community to come to their next meeting on Monday, June 12, 102 E. Spring St., Covington & 937-473-2226
7 p.m., at the Ft. Rowdy Museum. Programs are scheduled every week during June
History is our middle name, so to speak says Jack Jackson, wednesdays at 11 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. for children or families
president of the historical society. Join us to celebrate our illustri- 2nd & 4th Thursdays at 6 p.m. for teens and/or adults
ous past, as we become the future.
Watch the next issue of the Stillwater Valley Advertiser for Wildlife encounter - Brukner Nature Center will visit June 7 at 11 a.m.
more about the Covington Newberry Historical Society. 6/7-8 along with three live animals for a 45-minute program thats open to the
whole family.
fine Arts With nicole - Nicole Crawford, CHS art instructor, will be
VBS June 12-16 At P-Hill First Brethren Church teaching a drawing and painting workshop on June 8 from 6-8 p.m. Open to
Plan to send your children to Lifeways Submerged Vacation anyone age 13 to adult. She will guide you through creating a project
Bible School at Pleasant Hill First Brethren Church June 12-16, inspired by the picture you see at the library. Sign up at the front desk.
from 9 a.m. til noon. covington heroes visit - Covington police, fire, and EMS will have
They will learn how Jesus saw people for who they were deep representatives available June 11 at 11 a.m. for a visit that the whole family
down, not who they appeared to be on the surface. The week will be is welcome to attend. They may even have a few surprises for us!
filled with Bible-learning experiences, games, songs, and a snack, uvMc Wellness nurse will visit Tuesday, June 13, 9-10:45 a.m., for
as well as other exciting activities. free blood pressure checks and glucose screenings.
The program is for those age three (potty-trained) thru Grade 8. Kids PlAnting PollinAtors - June 21 will bring the Miami County
On Monday, please arrive at 8:45 a.m. so your child can register. Park District to the library for a program that will teach kids about planting
On Friday, June 16, you are invited to return for a special Family habitats for pollinators. Starts at 1:30 p.m. and is for ages K to 6th grade.
Fun Night with games and food from 6-8 p.m. June 22: Adults PlAnting PollinAtors - The Miami County Park
The church is located at 210 N. Church St., one block behind District will host a program for adults about plants that create habitats for pol-
Indians Pizza on Walnut St. linators. Join us to learn how to plant a pollinator garden.
For more information, or to pre-register, call 937-676-2802 childrens suMMer reAding ProgrAM officially began Monday,
Tuesday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to noon or go to first- June 5, and continues thru Saturday, July 22. Sign up and receive your tally
brethren1@windstream.net. 5/31-11 sheet. Bring your sheet in each week to show us youre reading and receive
a weekly prize. You will also earn a chance to enter your name in the draw-
ing for the prize of your choice.
Middle school reAding ProgrAM - We invite all 6th, 7th, and 8th
grade students to take part. Sign up, record the titles of the books you read
between June 5 and July 22, and earn tickets to enter in the drawing for the
prize of your choice. 6/7-6

summer storytime Begins


June 13 at Pleasant hill library
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Storytime is appropriate for children birth to five years of age.
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July 11, 18, and 25, and August 1 and 8.
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The Race is On! Winners Announced
Winners are announced for the Stillwater Valley Advertisers
Indianapolis 500 The Race is On! contest.
1st Place - Furry Friends Grooming Salon, Pleasant Hill, will
receive a full page of free advertising.
2nd Place - Gaiers Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Fort Loramie, will
receive a quarter page of free advertising.
3rd Place - Ernest Service Center, Inc., Fort Loramie, will also
receive a quarter page of free advertising.
Congratulations to these lucky winners!
Many thanks to all our participating advertisers and readers who
took part in the contest. 6/7-9

Brain Builders Youth Book Club Offered in P-Hill


Come to the Pleasant Hill library Tuesdays, beginning June 13 at
4:30 p.m., for the annual youth summer book club, Brain Builders.
Build your brains and have fun doing it as we enjoy reading, book
discussions, and crafts. This activity is for children in Grade 3 and
up.Additional dates include June 20 and 27, July 11, 18, and 25, and
August 1.The Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library is located at 12 N.
Main St. in Pleasant Hill. Call 937-676-2731. 6/7-12

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Join us Friday, June 9, at 1 p.m., for Bee a Gardener presented
Fort Rowdy Gathering Committee to Meet June 8
by the Miami County Parks District. Visit with a naturalist at the The next Fort Rowdy Gathering committee meeting will be held
Pleasant Hill library to explore pollination through books and gar- Thursday, June 8, 7:30 p.m., at the Covington City Building.
dening. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the Quest Please join us as we prepare for the 25th Gathering. We welcome
Program, travel the Storybook Trail, and receive a rock. This pro- everyone, and look forward to your ideas to help make this Gathering
gram is one hour long and is best for ages four years and up. the greatest ever!
For more information call 937-676-2731. Questions? Call 937-676-3381 or email: frgpublicity@aol.com.
The Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library is located at 12 N. Main 6/7-15

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by Gary Godfrey

Sharing The Collection Of Sayings From


Wayne Miller

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Whats happening at... Pleasant Hill History Center to Welcome FREE Bluegrass Music Festival
Scott Trostel as Guest Speaker June 15
Offered June 23 in Bradford
Bradford PuBlic liBrary Please join us at the Pleasant Hill History Center, 8 E. Monument
The Bradford Public Library is sponsoring their 18th Bluegrass
St., on Thursday, June 15, 7 p.m., for a presentation by Scott Trostel,
138 E. Main St., Bradford & 937-448-2612 The Dayton Covington & Piqua Traction Company. music program in the Bradford H.S. Auditeria on Friday, June 23,
Trostel is a writer and speaker concentrating on transportation and from 5:30 til 11 p.m.
The Summer Reading Program Build A Better World is well underway!
There will be six outstanding bluegrass bands performing, so
Come in to register, collect your Reading Log, and sign up for the awesome ac- industrial history. He will tell the amazing story of the rise and fall
tivities planned for all ages preschool thru adults! Then read, read, read to earn of the D C & P. His book on this interurban is titled: Electric Traction dont miss it! These fine musicians are donating their time to provide
your prizes. Registrations will close June 30, so dont wait! Here is what we have Along the Stillwater. entertainment for the community. This years event will be a tribute
planned for the month of June: Trostel, from Fletcher, has completed 52 titles and five documen- to Carol Coy, founder of the event. Mrs. Coy was a staff librarian at
tary DVDs. He appeared on the award winning documentary, Made Bradford Public Library for over 20 years.
Thursday, June 8, 1-2:30: Grades 6-12 will build Rube Goldberg Machines.
All the groups play the local festival and events. Several of the
Monday, June 12, 1-3:30: Petes Dragon, with BINGO. All ages welcome. In America Lima Locomotive Works. Included in his genre are a
Tuesday, June 13, 2:30: Miami Co. Parks will be planting a Pollinator Garden number of railroad transportation histories, industrial histories, and groups members have appeared on national music lists for perform-
with other activities. All ages can join this activity! the acclaimed book The Lincoln Funeral Train. He appeared on the ances or songwriting. They will have their music CDs available to
Wednesday, June 14, 10-11:30: Pre-K-Grade 1 Activity Day is all about ani- 2009 History Chanel documentary: Stealing Lincolns Body. He purchase.
mals! has consulted to the Library of Congress. He is also a historical con- A raffle will begin at the library Monday, June 12, for a variety of
Monday, June 19, 1-3:30: Secret Life of Pets and BINGO. For all ages. sultant to news networks and is a regular contributor to the Ohio His- nice items, with more to come donated by local businesses. They have
Tuesday, June 20, 6:30: Adults can learn how to up-cycle an old purse with fab- donated to this cause to help with the expense of putting on the pro-
torical Marker project.
ric Yo-Yos. Taught by Kathy Weigandt. Please sign up and get a material list! gram. Stop in at the library and get your tickets at $1 each or 6/$5.
Thursday, June 22, 1-2:30 - Grades 6-12 will learn about Coding, making a
Hope to see you at this interesting June 15 presentation. 6/7-1
Tickets will be available the evening of the show and the drawing will
bracelet with a hidden message in it, and doing some fun activities to get you be held toward the end of the program.
thinking like a computer programmer!
Food will be available to purchase from the Bradford Historical
Friday, June 23, 4:45-11 - Our Annual Bluegrass Festival will be held at Bradford
Schools. This Free eveNT is our Thank You to our wonderful patrons and com- Vacation Bible School Coming Up Society. Hope to see you there! 6/7-18

munity! Come out to enjoy the music, a meal made by the Bradford Historical
Society, and maybe win one of our raffle prizes. Plan to join us as we honor the At First Brethren Church of Pleasant Hill
memory of our dear friend and co-worker, Carol Coy. Plan to send your children to Lifeways Submerged Vacation
Monday, June 26, 1-3:30 - The BFG, followed by BINGO. For all ages Bible School at Pleasant Hill First Brethren Church, June 12-16, from
Tuesday, June 27 - Grades 2-5 will learn how to make Balloon Hats with Jenni 9 a.m. to noon. They will learn how Jesus saw people for who they
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were deep down, not who they appeared to be on the surface.
Thursday, June 29: 7:00 - Adults are invited to a special program, Glancing
With the Stars. Stay after the program to do some star-gazing when the sun The week will be filled with Bible-learning experiences, games,
goes down! songs, and a snack, as well as other exciting activities.
Come in to sign up for activities so we can plan accordingly! The program is for those age three (potty-trained) thru Grade 8.
On Monday, please arrive at 8:45 so your child can register.
On Friday, June 16, you are invited to return for a special Family
Fun Night with games and food from 6-8 p.m.
First Brethren Church is located at 210 N. Church St., one block
behind Indians Pizza on Walnut St.
For additional information, or to pre-register, call 937-676-2802
Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. until noon, or go to: first-
brethren1@windstream.net. 6/7-7

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Employment Garage Sales


OPPORTUNITIES R e a l E s t a t e Classifieds
FULL-TIME HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED
Hourly position, with benefits. Apply in person at 15 Industry Park Court, FOR RENTPOTSDAM: Two 11 KEYSTONE Laredo Camper:
Tipp City. bdrm. downstairs apt. Water & 30 ft. Two slide-outs. Fully self-
trash included. $500/mo. + contained. Alum. frame. Arctic
INDUSTRIAL COMPANY has full-time employment. Laborer$12/hr. deposit. 937-473-5368 package. Located in private
CDL Driver$17-$18/hr. Training provided. Benefits. Apply at 15 campground near White Oakes.
Industry Park Court, Tipp City. HOUSE FOR SALE: Anna, Ohio. Lot rent paid for 17. Asking
Three bdrms., 3 baths. 2.35 $18,500. 937-602-0434
NEED SOMEONE in Covington School District to watch 10-year-old HUGE PARISH GARAGE SALE: Transfiguration Catholic Church, 972 acres. Full basement.
son. Mon.-Fri. Call 937-524-9554 S. Miami St., West Milton, is having a Huge Parish Garage Sale on the 937-394-2513 MODULAR HOME LOT
following dates & times: Wed., June 7, 5-8; Thurs., June 8, 9-5; Friday, SALELAND CONTRACT
June 9, 9-1. Boyds Bears; German smokers; furn.; bookshelves. FOR RENT/SALE: Two bdrm., 1 Moody & Vine, Bradford. Cash,
bath house in West Milton. $525/ $13,000, or contract, $199/
LARGE CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE: Piqua Baptist Church, 1402 High mo. + deposit. 937-416-5155

Work Wanted
St., Piqua. Saturday, June 10, 9-2. Lots of items! Piano; push mower; fil- month. All negotiable.
ing cabinets; lamps; humidifier; Nike sneakers; toys; lamps; clothing. 937-676-2387
Too many items to list! FOR RENTMINSTER: Two
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bdrm. apt. Single-level. Country
TROY ANNUAL MEADOWVIEW SALES: Behind Troy Ford, off Monroe- of print with the power
Concord Rd. Sat., June 10, 8-4. setting. 419-925-4612
of the internet
DEMOLITION: Also, concrete demolition such as old swimming pools, MOVING SALE: 32 alum. ladder w/jacks; fence post driver; fence All of our advertising is FOR RENTPLEASANT HILL:
barn foundations, porches, etc. Also, general excavation work. Three bdrm. upstairs apt. Off-
stretcher; dehumidifier; sump pump; 20 Remington chainsaw; Crafts- also available on line.
937-232-7380 man circular saw; 30-30 ammo; 54 John Deere mower with trailer (only street parking. W/D, stove &
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Tom937-818-5833 Jeff937-313-6321 28th ANNUAL COUNTRY NEIGHBOR GARAGE SALE: June 15, 9-?
Painter Creek, Pitsburg, & Red River area. Maps & lunch stand avail-
AMISH CREW able. 937-564-8610
Sam Schwartz wants any type of carpenter work. Room additions,
roofs, foundation replacements, restoration of buildings, etc. For FREE
estimate, call 260-701-8020.
GARAGE SALE: 313 S. Walnut, New Bremen. June 8-9, 9-6; June 10,
9-12. Water heater; youth bed; many household items.
Automotive
ESTATE SALE: 317 E. POPLAR ST., SIDNEY. JUNE 15, 9-1; JUNE
16-17, 9-? RETIRED HISTORY TEACHERS SUPPLIES; BOOKS;
COLLECTIBLES; QVC & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS; FURN.; TOOLS; AUTOMOTIVE
HANDICAP SUPPLIES; HOLIDAY DECOR; MISC.
GARAGE SALE: June 8-10. Boys clothes, sizes 8-12; boys shoes
CLASSIFIED
(name brands); misc. toys; plus-size womens clothing & shoes;
MOBILE AUTO REPAIRS LLC
womens clothing; household misc. 4455 Rangeline Rd., Covington.
ASE CERTIFIED. 35 plus years
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WANTED: Old motorcycles, mini-bikes, mopeds, 3-wheelers, or Call Dennis Bowerman at
June 9, 9-5; June 10, 9-2. 7360 Kessler-Frederick Rd., West Milton.
4-wheelers. Running or not. Covington 937-473-2705 937-459-8451.
KJRIND01@hotmail.com BARN SALE: June 8-10, 9-5. 10480 St. Rt. 185, between Rt. 48 & Brad-
ford-Bloomer Rd. Tools; camping; fishing; hunting; trailers; household 84 CHRYSLER 5th Avenue: Red
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goods.
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Planting available. 419-582-3505 GARAGE SALE: 269 N. Main St., West Milton. June 8-10, 9-? Antiques; 419-584-6266
collectibles; household; furn.; misc.
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937-526-4541

WANTED: Broken or non-running John Deere, Cub Cadet, & Wheel
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Whats happening at...


Milton-union Public library
560 S. Main St., West Milton & 937-698-5515
SUMMER READING PROGRAM BEGINS for all ages Friday, June 2. Get information at the library. Read this summer and win prizes!
LEGO MANIA CLUB - Thursday evenings beginning June 8, 6:30-7:30 p.m., and also Saturday afternoons, June 3 and 17, 2-3 p.m. Each meeting will have a
theme as well as free-style building. All ages welcome.
CHILDRENS WRITE NIGHT - Kids K-6 are welcome to come to a creative writing program Mondays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Each week will have a different writing
prompt to get kids writing. No sign-ups required.
THE HOOVER FAMILY HISTORICAL PROGRAM - Learn about Marion Hoover (1870-1964) from his great-grandson, Rex Maggert. Rex will be dressing up and
talking about the local history of trolley cars and steam engines. The program will be held June 6 at 7 p.m.
EVENING BOOK DISCUSSION - Monday, June 12, at 7 p.m. The book for this month is At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier.

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PINTEREST SUMMER WREATHS - Create a patriotic wreath Tuesday, June 13, at 6 p.m. Using clothespins, make a unique stars and stripes wreath. Sign-ups
required as supplies are provided. Call 937-698-5515.
PAPER BLOOMS - Make a new type of flower each week out of paper. Return each week to have a beautiful bouquet by the end of summer! The program will be
each Thursday at 10:30 a.m. beginning June 8.
CHILDRENS CRAFTVENTURE - Kids K-Gr. 6 can come to the library Thursdays, June 8 and 15, from 1:30-2:30 p.m., to make a craft. All supplies provided. No
sign-ups required.
STORY HOURS - Children and parents are invited to come and enjoy stories, crafts, and a puppet show Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. ! " " " % "'
TINY TOTS - Tuesdays 11-11:30 a.m. Ages 1-3 can enjoy singing songs and reading stories, with a new theme each week. % " %
FANDOM FRIDAYS - What are you a fan of? Teens 18 and under are invited to meet at the library Fridays, June 16 and 30, from 1-3 p.m. and share their favorite " % " !
Anime, Manga, or games with the group. Watch shows and play games on the big screen and enjoy snacks.
HIGH NOONERS ADULT BOOK CLUB - June 15 at 12 p.m. Discuss The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman. Join in the discussion by reserving your copy
of the book. Call 937-698-5515 for details.
TEEN STEAM LAB - Teens 18 and under are invited to check out the new Sphero robot, which is controlled by an app which teaches students computer science
and program coding. Saturday June 10, from 1-3 p.m. $
FRIDAY MOVIE MATINEE - The library will be showing movies this summer. Jungle Book (2016 version- PG) will be shown Friday, June 9, at 1:30. Race to ! " ! ) $ & ') (( ! !
Witch Mountain (PG) is scheduled for Friday, June 23, at 1:30. '*" ! ! ) ! *" (( ! ! % # "# #
TIE-DYE DAY - Bring your white clothes to dye! This event will be held outside on the lawn Thursday, June 22, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. $ *" % # ) % !
COMPUTER Q&A SESSIONS - A local expert will offer 30-minute help sessions Friday, June 23, at 9:30 a.m.. for those needing help with their computers. These *" (( " # ) *" (( "# #
1-on-1 sessions can cover either software or hardware questions. Please bring your own laptop if you can, but library laptops will be available. Sign-up required.
Call the library at 937-698-5515 or ask at the front desk. ! % !& "
TEEN KITCHEN CREATION - Make and eat food at the library. Create fun snacks using the George Foreman grill and play fun games Saturday, June 24, from 1-
3 p.m.
BRING BALANCE TO YOUR BUDGET WITH VICKI BLEI - Learn the keys to financial success at this informational program Wednesday, June 21, at 6:30 p.m.
DE-CLUTTER YOUR LIFE - Looking to clear out clutter? Learn how from Olive Wagar at this informational program June 27 at 6:30 p.m. /40/.2 #. ' +%,'& !0 3 1'.2 /10 ((+%'
ADULT BOOK DISCUSSION - There will be an additional adult book discussion Wednesday, June 28, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. The book for this meeting will be The
Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. " !! !$
JUGGLING JAM PART 2 WITH ROBBIE SCOTT - Kids K-6 are invited learn how to juggle at this fun program. Kids will also get the opportunity to practice their !" % " !
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on our cHurcH page? Pleasant Hill
The Stillwater Valley Advertiser is pleased to publish a church
page for our readers. Our next regular monthly church page is sched-
Library
uled to run juLY 5. Do you want to see a pen- Oakes-beitman Library to Offer
This is a great way to publicize revivals, guest speakers, musical guin waddle? Examine penguin
programs, and other special events, as well as welcoming newcomers artifacts? Learn all there is to Summer Reading challenge
to the area who are seeking a house of worship. know about natural predators Readers of all ages will explore all things sports and fitness this
Individual church ads will be two columns wide by two inches and and human threats? If so, then summer as the Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library presents their sum-
offered at a very nominal cost of just $20 pER MONTH. this is the program for you! mer library program Monday, June 5 thru Friday, August 4.
Contact our office at 937-473-2028 or 937-473-2029 and our Join us Saturday, June 17, at The Summer Reading Challenge is designed for children, teens,
office personnel will be happy to assist you. 12 p.m., for The Wave and adults to read independently and keep track of their reading goal.
You can also email our sales representative, Yvonne Welbaum, at Foundation from The Newport Activities and events are offered throughout the summer to engage
ywelbaum@gmail.com. Aquariums traveling program, participants and encourage reading.
African Penguin Encounters. Children and their families may begin registering for the reading
No registration is required. challenge Monday, June 5. Registration will continue through the
This program has been gen-

Valley Farewells
month of June; however, children and teens who register during the
erously sponsored by Pleasant week of June 5-9 will receive a free book and bag (while supplies
Hill Lock-N-Store, with a spe- last). Register for the summer reading program at the Pleasant Hill
cial thank you to owners John library, the Troy-Miami County Public Library in Troy, or at the
and Lolita Schultz. Bookmobile stops.
For more information call Build a Better World is open to babies and children thru Grade
937-676-2371. 5. Teens in Grades 6-12 are encouraged to participate, as well.
bEINkER, DANIEL, 86 - A resident of Troy. Died Friday, May 19, at Upper Valley Medical The library is located at 12 Activities are planned for all ages, including storytimes, book dis-
Center, Troy. N. Main St., Pleasant Hill.
HAINES, bETTY O., 80 - A resident of Bradford. Died Sunday, May 28, at the Covington Care cussions, and craft days. There are also several family events
6/7-10
Center. planned, including visits from the Newport Aquarium, COSI, and our
HEYS, SHIRLEY E., 77 - A resident of Potsdam. Died Friday, May 19, at SpringMeade Health
Center, Tipp City.
NEWS own Homegrown Talent Show, followed by an Outdoor Movie
Night.
HONEYMAN, LINDA S. (White) brubaker, 71 - Died Friday, May 19, at Upper Valley
Medical Center, Troy.
DEADLINE For more information call 937-676-2731, the Troy library at 937-
339-0502, visit www.tmcpl.org, or like us on Facebook at
HOuSER, NEvA k., 95 - A resident of Bradford. Died Thursday, June 1, at the Genesis Health
Center, Troy.
REMINDER www.facebook.com/philllibrary. 5/31-6

jANuS, ETHEL R., 95 - A resident of Covington. Died Thursday, May 25, at the Covington Care The deadline for
Center. submitting news arti-
kEISER, kIRbY W., 73 - A resident of Ludlow Falls. Died Thursday, May 25, at his home.
McGAffIc, GARY W., 61 - A resident of West Manchester. Died Monday, May 29, at the
Hospice of Miami County Inpatient Unit.
cles for the Advertiser
is 4:30 p.m. the Friday
prior to publication.
June Blood Drives Announced
Area sponsor groups will host blood drives in June and be part of
STuMp, pAuLINE R., (Martin), pedo, 91 - Formerly of Covington. Died Thursday, May Due to space limita-
the Community Blood Center Scouting for Donors Summer Blood
25, at the Genesis Troy Care - Homestead Unit. tions, any articles
vAN HOOSE, jARET D., 18 - A resident of Covington. Died Tuesday, May 16, as the result of received after that Drive campaign. Everyone who registers to donate will receive the
an automobile accident. time cannot be guar- Giving Blood, Saving Lives, Thats How I Roll! Donate Blood T-
anteed to run. shirt. Donors are encouraged to schedule an appointment online at
Thank You www.DonorTime.com or call 1-800-388-GIVE.
Annie Oakley Parade Set July 29 in Greenville Everyone who registers to donate will be entered in the Scouting
for Donors drawing to win an Indian Scout Sixty motorcycle.
ParticiPants sought Donors must be 18 by the end of the campaign period to win.
Enter the drawing to win the Indian Scout Sixty by registering to
The Annie Oakley Parade will take place Saturday, July 29, in
donate thru September 2 at a CBC Donor Center or any CBC mobile
downtown Greenville.
blood drive. Eligible donors can enter the drawing a second time
We are planning on over 100 entries this year, with many of your
when they register for a second donation during the blood drive peri-
all time favorites. If you are a business in the Darke County commu-
od. CBC will select the winner from a group of 10 randomly-drawn
nity, we would love to have you join us in the line-up. Schools,
finalists in mid-September. Official rules are available at www.giv-
bands, 4H groups, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, church groups, and
ingblood.org.
non-profit organizations, as well as many other organizations and
Area blood drives, open to the community, include:
clubs we would love to see you in the parade this year! If you
Wednesday, June 7, 3-7 p.m. - West Milton United Church of
would like to be a part of this wonderful parade, contact Jennifer
Christ, 108 S. Main St., West Milton.
Peck at 937-467-3160 (please leave a message and she will get back
Monday, June 12, 3-7 p.m. - Covington Eagles Social Hall, 715
with you), or email Jennifer at jennifersuepeck@gmail.com.
E. Broadway, Covington.
This is a long-time, honored event of the Annie Oakley Festival,
Monday, June 19, 3-6:30 p.m. - Bradford High School, 750
and we want to continue to make it one of the best events of the year!
Railroad Ave., Bradford. 5/31-4
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