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East Springfield Community Center Dinner is scheduled for Thursday
EAST SPRINGFIELD – The East Springfield Community Center will hold its monthly fundraising dinner Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
It will be a spaghetti dinner with a salad bar, bread, dessert and a drink. The cost is $ 9. Guests can get take out or dine inside. Orders can be called at (740) 543-3700.
Monthly dinners take place on the second Thursday of the month.
The center is located on County Road 39 next to the East Springfield Volunteer Fire Department
Plans Fight Together
fall fundraiser for November 6
RICHMOND – Let’s Fight Together, a non-profit organization founded eight years ago by transplant recipient TJ Anderson of Annapolis to help local kidney dialysis patients, is planning a fundraiser for November 6.
It will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Glenn Mills Community Senior Center, located at 7576 State Route 152 S., Richmond, and all proceeds will go to local kidney dialysis patients.
There will be homemade soups and sandwiches with vendors set up on the ground floor with Anderson having a bake sale and a jerky sale on the ground floor where tickets will also be available for a special draw.
The cost is $ 5 for one ticket or $ 20 for five tickets. The draw will take place on November 6. Among the prizes is a Second Amendment American Flag painting by Jimmy Bee, a $ 250 Wal-Mart card, and a $ 250 gas card.
For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Anderson at (740) 512-3278 or (740) 543-4353 or on Facebook. Tickets can be purchased online through Anderson on Facebook via [email protected]
“We have been doing Let’s Fight Together for eight years” Anderson said. “We help local kidney dialysis patients with gas cards or grocery cards – the little things we try to help with that take away a lot of the discouragement that comes with dialysis.” he said. “Discouraging things like not having gasoline to get to treatment can give a person a reason to quit. We’re also helping with support, although we haven’t been able to do a lot of in-person support groups lately due to COVID-19, ” said Anderson, who has had two kidney transplants, said Let’s Fight Together not only helps dialysis patients, but has also worked for causes related to the military, firefighters, animal shelters and patients with Cancer.
Coy is officially installed as
permanent pastor at Zion UCC
STEUBENVILLE – Zion United Church of Christ, located at 139 N. Fifth St., Steubenville, has installed Rev. Walter Coy as its permanent pastor.
An installation service was held on September 12 under the chairmanship of UCC Association Minister Reverend Nayiri Karjian. Coy has been with Zion since May 2019, but the installation has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coy graduated from Youngstown State University, where he earned an associate’s degree in police science and a bachelor’s degree in religious studies. He received an MA in Divinity with specifications in Pastoral Psychology and Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. He was ordained in 1989 with the Disciples of Christ and is in a duel with the United Church of Christ.
He is a member of the chair of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Presbyterian Church and the UCC. He served numerous churches in northeastern Ohio, Pennsylvania, northeast Indiana, and Massachusetts.
Coy has a background in conflict management and clinical pastoral education from Akron General Hospital. He served as an assistant chaplain at the Leavittsburg Correctional Facility in Leavittsburg, Ohio, and helped open and set up the religious department and programming at the Lake Erie Correctional Facility in Conneaut, Ohio, while serving as a chief chaplain. He has served on the board of directors of the Ohio Conference and the Western Reserve Association of UCC. Coy was also a mental health therapist for five years and a supply teacher for 20 years.
Coy and his wife Joyce for 34 years reside in Boardman and have four children between them and four grandchildren.
Story time, cave painting
among the library programs
STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville and Jefferson County Public Library has announced the following programs and activities taking place in its various locations, including:
Main Library, (740) 282-9782
Kids: Stop by the library for crafts anytime on October 21.
Adena branch, (740) 546-3782
Children: Register now for story time which is scheduled for October 25 at 5:30 pm Story time is for children aged 5 to 10. Stories, activities and songs are shared.
Brillante Branch, (740) 598-4028
Kids: Stop by for a takeaway story hour on October 18.
Get creative at the library’s Halloween Mummy Rock Painting on October 21 at 6 p.m.
Dillonvale-Mount Pleasant Branch, (740) 769-2090
Adults: The book club will meet for discussion on October 19 at 10 a.m. Call to join.
Children: Register now for story time which is scheduled for October 26 at 5:30 pm Story time is for children aged 5 to 10. Stories, activities and songs are shared.
Schiappa branch, (740) 264-6166
Kids: Grab-and-Go crafts are available at the library for pickup on October 18 while supplies last. Stop at any time.
Tiltonsville branch, (740) 859-5163
Kids: Stop by for a takeaway story hour on October 18.
Get creative at the library’s Halloween Mummy Rock Painting on October 19 at 6 p.m.
Cattle Management School provided by Osu Extension
CADIZ – Join the Ohio State University Extension on October 26-28 from 7 to 9 p.m. for the fall Cattle Management School.
The cost for each session is $ 10 per person, and anyone aged 12 and under can attend for free. A boxed meal will be provided as part of the registration fee. Instructions from the local health department given at the time of these sessions will be followed.
The first session of the Cattle Management School on October 26 will cover preconditioning programs and cooperative models for livestock. Guest speakers include Garth Ruff, Beef Cattle Specialist, OSU Extension and Hannah Scott, Program Manager, CFAES Center for Cooperatives OSU South Centers.
The session will take place in the Harrison County Fairgrounds commercial building, 550 Grant St., Cadiz. Pre-registration is required at go.osu.edu/cmsmarketing.
Small-scale cattle operations sometimes find it difficult to market their cattle at prices high enough to recover costs, a spokesperson said. Preconditioning programs and cooperatives offer local producers the opportunity to pool livestock and add value. Preconditioning refers to management practices implemented around weaning that focus on improving the immune system function and nutritional status of calves to reduce the risk of disease and mortality. Cooperatives can help producers better market and process livestock.
The second session on October 28 will focus on BQA certification. Anyone who needs to be certified or recertified is encouraged to attend.
“Consumers are concerned about animal health and the sustainability of the production systems in which their food is raised. “ This statement is just one of many that have led to the education and certification of Ohio cattle ranchers in beef quality assurance to become a priority. Adding even more meaning to that statement, the spokesperson continued, the fact that Tyson Foods, which harvests and processes 25 percent of the U.S. beef market share, as well as Wendy’s, now the second-largest burger chain fast food restaurants in the United States, announced as of 2019, the cattle they buy must come from BQA certified producers and feedlots.
“Not only do consumers today share their concerns, but now companies that are meeting the public demand for a high quality beef product in a humane and sustainable manner also want guarantees that this is happening throughout. the production chain “, noted the spokesperson.
In response, OSU Extension is working in cooperation with the Ohio Beef Council, the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, and Ohio cattle auctions and collection points to provide Ohio ranchers with several opportunities to obtain the BQA certification. This session will be held at the Ohio Valley Towers Building, Second Floor Conference Room, 500 Market St., Steubenville. Pre-registration is required on go.osu.edu/21fallbqa. Visit www.bqa.org to obtain BQA certification online. Online training consists of a series of lessons and quizzes to become certified. The training will last two hours.
Questions can be directed to Erika Lyon, OSU Extension, at (740) 461-6136 or by e-mail [email protected]