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New Grant Opportunity for 
Appalachian Communities

The U.S. Department of Labor announced announced $29 million is now available via the Workforce Opportunity for Rural Communities (WORC). initiative to implement innovative approaches to provide enhanced training and support activities to dislocated workers, new entrants in the workforce, incumbent workers, and individuals affected by substance use disorder returning to work. Successful awards, ranging from $150,000 - $2.5 million, will support workforce development activities that prepare eligible participants for good jobs in high-demand occupations aligned with a state, regional, or community economic development strategy. Communities across Appalachia, especially those underserved by other resources, are encouraged to apply.

This is an amazing opportunity! Applications are due July 15, 2019.

Ohio's Greatest 
Theatrical Tradition Returns!
Now - September 1


New in 2019 we are offering a "student" ticket type. This ticket is for those ages 11-17 who are no longer kids but not yet adults. The box office is open 2-9 Monday through Friday and 1-9 on Saturdays. Call us at 740-775-0700 or click the link below to order online. 
Make memories to last a lifetime this summer at Tecumseh!

Nina R. Keller Named Executive Director 
of the  Area Agency on Aging District 7 

Nina R. Keller, MSW, LSW, was recently promoted to and named Executive Director of the Area Agency on Aging District 7 (AAA7), according to Rick Marriott, President of the AAA7 Board of Trustees. Keller had been serving as Interim Director since November 2018 and the Assistant Director and Director of Planning since January 2001.

"We feel very fortunate to have someone like Nina Keller within our Management Team," commented Marriott. "The Board of Trustees are confident that Ms. Keller will provide excellent leadership for the AAA7 and we look forward to what she will bring to the organization."

3rd Annual Recovery Celebration
Nominations for 2019  Advocates and CIT Champions 

The Paint Valley ADAMH Board will be holding a Recovery Celebration on September 12, 2019. 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

Women's Cancer Screenings
Wednesday, July 17
Wednesday, December 11
Adena Health Center - Waverly
Call to Schedule an Appointment

McDonald's Employment Opportunities
Every Wednesday

Pike County Senior Center
Golf Scramble

Interested in Becoming a 
Community Wellness Coach?

Most know the Area Agency on Aging District 7 (AAA7) for the
assistance we can provide with long-term care home and
community-based services, programs and resources that are available
in our ten-county district. Did you know that we also provide
"Healthy Lifestyle Programs" in the counties in our district?
These programs are evidence-based, meaning they have already
been proven to show positive results from participants who have attended. These programs can significantly improve the health and well-being of older adults in the community.

JUNE 22-23

On behalf of Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth (APEG) and our partner organization, Appalachian Partnership Inc. (API), I'd like to personally invite you to our first-ever ANNUAL MEETING. We'll reflect, celebrate successes, recognize partners and present the final Regional Economic Development Prosperity Plan that's in the final stages of development.

Because the region is so vast, two meetings are scheduled--one in the north and another in the south, both from 10:30 am to 1 pm. Dates, locations, keynote speakers and ticket reservation links are listed below.

Tuesday, June 25th: Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center, 7033 Glenn Highway, Cambridge, OH 43725
Keynote Speaker: JobsOhio President & CIO, J.P. Nauseef | TICKETS

Wednesday, June 26th: Sunroom at the Brick, 113 E. High Street, Frankfort, OH 45628
Keynote Speaker: Governor's Office of Appalachia Director, John Carey | TICKETS

Reserve your tickets now; seating will be limited. We look forward to seeing you!

Bristol Village 4th of July
Food, Games, Bounce Houses, Kettle Corn & Whitts Ice Cream
Open to the Public 

Pike County Ohio
Fire works 

Piketon July 4th Wing Ding - Thursday, July 4
Piketon High School 
3:00 pm with Fireworks at Dusk
Free Food, Entertainment and Fun for the Whole Family
Free Admission. Information: 740-289-8154


Youth Yoga
Wednesdays in June
Canal Park - Waverly


Age 2 - 6th Grade

Employment Opportunities Employment
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Hot Head Burritos
Employment Opportunities

Long's Retreat Family Resort
Employment Opportunities
Hiring Team Members for Seasonal Positions 
Guest Experience Associates 
Activity  Attendants (including lifeguards) 
Email us at info@longsretreat.com
to request an application

 Community Action  Committee 
Employment Opportunities
Community Action Committee of Pike County 
posts current employment opportunities  online
Visit the following website for the most current opportunities

  McDonald's Employment Opportunities
McDonald's posts current employment opportunities online
Visit the following website for the most current opportunities

Employment Opportunities
   Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth posts current employment opportunities online