Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Calendar of Events


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Sunday Creek Public Meeting

Wednesday, February 25
6:00 PM
Sunday Creek Offices
Glouster, Ohio

This meeting is a re-scheduling of the one that was cancelled on January 28 due to icy road conditions. For more information, contact Kaabe
(shaw@sundaycreek.org) or call the Sunday Creek offices (740.767.2225).
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Monday Creek Volunteer Fire Department Soup Supper

Saturday, February 28
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Maxville Community Center
Maxville, Ohio

The Monday Creek Township Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a fundraising supper this Saturday. The menu includes: All you can eat soup (vegetable, chili, chicken noodle, bean and ham and potato), sandwiches (hot dogs, coney dogs, shredded chicken and sloppy joes), corn bread or crackers, dessert (home-made pies) and a beverage (iced tea, punch or coffee). The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children.

For more information, contact Mike Steinmaus (mcrp@mondaycreek.org).
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Athens’ Trails Tree Clearing
Sunday, March 1
10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Sells Park & Strouds Run
Athens, Ohio

The Forest Stewardship Group needs people to help clear fallen trees and limbs from the Sells Park--Strouds Run trail system. There will be a work session this Sunday, organized by the Athens Trails group.

There are two meeting times: 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Some people will work all day, but if you can only come for a few hours, we need more help in the afternoon, when we will be tackling a particularly large mess on the Rockhouse Trail in Boulder Cove.

The 10:00 AM group is meeting at Sells Park. The 1:00 PM group is meeting at a small parking area at the end of the dead-end road that runs north from Mac's Thrifty.

Participants will need sturdy work gloves, and if you have a field saw or loppers – please bring it. Other participants have already agreed to provide, and use, chainsaws. The rest of the workers will help move the large branches out of the trail as they are cut and work on smaller branches with hand saws and loppers. Ear plugs may also be advisable since we will be working near chain saws.

For more information, contact Tanner (740.767.4938) or email him
(tanner@ruralaction.org).
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Bridge Builders’ Town Hall Meeting
Wednesday, March 4
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Trimble High School Cafeteria
Trimble, Ohio

You are invited to the Second Annual Town Hall Meeting to celebrate and recognize our youth and their achievements. This community gathering is brought to you by Bridge Builders, a community coalition dedicated to working with positive activities and groups that enhance the lives of our youth.

At this meeting, community members will share results from youth surveys and activities that have been used to encourage, enhance, and enlighten our youth. Dinner will be provided free of charge.

For more information, call Cale (740.767.3434, ext. 114) or email
(tl_clewis@seoveg.org). RSVP preferred, but not required.
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Be Wild, Go Native
Thursday, March 26
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Mulberry Community Center
Pomeroy, Ohio

Rural Action is helping to sponsor this conference on native plants which is being facilitated by OSU Extension. At the conference, speakers and workshops will explore benefits that the growing of native species offer to farmers. For more information, contact OSU Extensions in Meigs county (740.992.6696) or email them (kneen.1@cfaes.osu.edu).
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32nd Annual Appalachian Studies Conference

March 27 – March 29
Shawnee State University
Portsmouth, Ohio

This year’s conference will feature keynote and plenary session speakers; papers and panel presentations; reports on academic research and community practice; workshops; roundtable discussions; presentations of art, craft, and film; along with exhibits and displays – all highlighting Appalachian Ohio.

You can register for the conference at: (http://www.appalachianstudies.org/conference)
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1 comment:

Annie Warmke said...

What a great newsletter and the format is so easy to follow. Keep up the good work.