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July 27, 2018
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Pike County Fair
July 27 - August 4
For More Information Visit:   www.pikecountyfairground.org
740-289-4566 or 740-289-4689

Digital Billboard design by Platinum Graphicz - Courtesy of RocketVII Interactive

Pike County 4-H 
Alumni Committee T-Shirt Sale
Now Through the End of the Fair
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Pike Chamber would like to Thank
Waverly Garden Club
For the Beautiful Flowers Again this Year
THANK YOU
!


EM Assistant Secretary Anne White, front, center, signs documents transferring the first parcel of land at EM's Portsmouth Site to the Southern Ohio Diversification Initiative (SODI) during a ceremony July 20. Shown with White are, front, left to right, Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office (PPPO) Manager Robert Edwards and SODI Executive Director Steve Shepherd. Pictured back, left to right, are SODI Counsel Kevin Shoemaker, PPPO Deputy Manager Joel Bradburne, and PPPO's Greg Simonton.

PIKETON, Ohio - Looming thunderstorms and intermittent showers failed to dampen spirits late last week as EM Assistant Secretary Anne White signed documents during a ceremony at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant marking the site's first land transfer to the local community.

In her first visit to the Portsmouth Site as Assistant Secretary, White was joined by other federal officials, state and local leaders, and others to commemorate the transfer of 80 acres of site property to the Southern Ohio Diversification Initiative (SODI). SODI is the community reuse organization representing the four-county area around the former plant.

"Transferring excess property for reuse is an important part of the EM mission, and an example of DOE's commitment to our cleanup communities," White told the gathered stakeholders. "As I look over at the piece of land that's being conveyed, I very much look forward to seeing the community benefit from this property."
Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth's land transfer team attends the Parcel 1 ceremony. Pictured, front to back, Christy Veach, Jill Thomson, J.D. Chiou, Bob Smith, Ashley Jordan, Bruce Phillips, Elizabeth Grubb, and Ken Dewey.

Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office Manager Robert Edwards addresses the audience at EM's Portsmouth Site ceremony commemorating the first land transfer to the southern Ohio community.
 

ADENA PIKE MEDICAL CENTER
Provides Weekly Meal For Seniors

Did you know every Friday, Adena Pike Medical Center (APMC) offers seniors a full meal for only $5?

Open to all seniors, with no RSVP or registration required, APMC has been hosting their Senior Socials now for seven years. This is an opportunity for seniors to enjoy a fun evening with their peers to mix and mingle and enjoy each other's company over a meal provided by APMC Nutritional Services.

When: Every Friday from 5-6 p.m.

Where: Adena Pike Medical Center Cafeteria
            100 Dawn Lane, Waverly, OH


American Pickers
Coming to our Region in September

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Tecumseh! Trading Co.
Christmas in July
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Upcoming Events Upcoming
Velma Engle Memorial
Read for the Gold
5K Run/3K Walk
Saturday, August 18
8:30 am
Bristol Village Activity Center

Small Business Summit
Wednesday, August 22
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SAMJAM BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
August 29 - September 2
Pike County Fairgrounds
Natural Resources & AgricultureAg
Way Farms
Farmers' Markets
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POP-UP
Farmers' Markets
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S ports - Health - Well Being
 
Sports

Nominations for  Advocates and CIT Champions of the Year


The Paint Valley ADAMH   Board will be holding a Recovery Celebration on  September 13, 2018
In order to help celebrate recovery we will be honoring a Mental Health and an 
Addiction Advocate  of the Year as well as a  Crisis Intervention Team Champion of the Year.

If you would like to nominate someone in our board area for one of these awards please complete the attached forms and return to our office no later that 8-23-2018
For complete details please refer to the nomination forms.


50th ANNIVERSARY 

Welcome to summer of 2018- the 50th Anniversary of the Pike County Outreach Council of Churches, Inc.

We take this opportunity to share with you the needs of Pike County families and to ask for your help.

Since January, we have provided more than 108,000 meals at our choice food pantry and are asking for your help to continue our ministry. Can you pledge $120 a year to provide your neighbors with nutritious food for their families?

No one should feel the pains of hunger.

We also assist our neighbors quarterly with $30 in emergency help towards their utility bills, medical bills, or other necessities.

$150 a year could make a big difference in the lives of Pike County families!!

Please help us help our neighbors!

Thank you, 

Pike County Outreach Council of Churches Inc. 

LOOKING FOR HELPING HANDS
Feeding the Community
Accepting Donations at the YMCA
WORKPLACE
Health and Wellness Program 
offered by BWC

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YMCA
Kroger - Amazon
Community Rewards Programs

August Wellness Classes

Chronic Disease Self-Management
NO CLASSES

Diabetes Self-Management
Lawrence County - Starting August 1st
Scioto County - Starting August 1st

Chronic Pain Self-Management
Lawrence County - Starting August 6th
Jackson County - Starting August 6th

Matter of Balance Falls Management
Gallia County - Starting August 7th
Jackson County - Starting August 7th

Tools for Caregivers
Pike County - Starting August 3rd

Coaches Training for Chronic Disease and Diabetes Self-Management
Adams County - Starting August 13th

For more information contact:  
Jenni Dovyak-Lewis
Director of Community Outreach and Training
Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc.
E-Mail -  jlewis@aaa7.org
Website -  www.aaa7.org
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