Instead of loading their backseats with bad guys Friday, June 15, cruisers from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and Woodsfield Police Department were loaded with dog food and toys.
“There aren’t too many things this big that are free,” said Keith Jones, president of Broken Timber Outdoor Education Center in Hannibal Industrial Park. “We can’t do it without the volunteers.”
“Overall, things are going quite well” with the integration of Monroe County’s EMS Squad Four, Monroe County Emergency Management Director Phil Keevert told the Monroe County Commissioners at his meeting Monday, June 18, since the removal of Woodsfield EMS from the association.
Two therapists from Marden Rehabilitation in Woodsfield came to screen Westwood Place residents in hopes of avoiding falls Friday, June 8.
Morgan Community Action was awarded a grant from the Veterans Administration for the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program to serve homeless veterans for 2017-2018. The Supportive Services Program can assist eligible veterans in 11 counties in Southeast Ohio.
In May, GMN Woodsfield Head Start and Early Head Start had a Woodworking/Safety activity for their Fatherhood Event in May.
Together the children and their male role models got to build birdhouses and other wood items. They learned about tools and safety equipment while building.
The United Way of Guernsey, Monroe and Noble Counties recently presented a mini-grant to Skyvue Elementary School.
The grant will be used to purchase two microscopes for the science classes at Skyvue. The microscopes will provide the opportunity for educational lessons that were not available before due to a lack of resources.
The Beallsville Busy Bees 4-H Club planted flowers at the entrance to the Beallsville High School on June 11.
Parents along with 11 4-H members participated in the community service project. The club consists of 36 members along with 21 cloverbuds.
Powhatan Elementary recently released its honor roll for the fourth nine weeks as well as its students who had perfect attendance during the entire 2017-2018 school year.
The following students earned recognition:
River High School graduate Eric Dierkes, of Hannibal, made the Dean’s List for the spring semester at Ohio Northern University.
To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and be enrolled full time.
The River baseball team won first place in the River Front 7- and 8-year-old baseball league tournament.
The Pilots finished their season 21-2.