Everyone at SAVE22 would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You and express our sincere gratitude to the following local businesses and organizations for helping us to put on our second annual Veteran Suicide Awareness Hike on May 6 of this year.
On behalf of our awesome members and Board of Directors, the Carroll County Animal Protection League would like to thank the general public and Larry and Kay Garner for everyone's support of our three-day rummage sale held at Garner's Auction Barn, Carrollton, Ohio over the Memorial Day weekend.
Yesterday (June 5) Macon went back to his roots. For those of you who don't know Macon Jake Roosevelt Vahila, he is our dog.
MINERVA Friday, June 16 Minerva Rotary Club, 7:30 a.m., Classic 57' Restaurant. Monday, June 19 Paris Township Trustees Meeting, 7 p.m., Township Hall. Minerva Athletic Booster Club, 7:30 p.m., MHS Library.
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The Minerva Local Education Association would like to thank the local businesses who donated gifts for our Annual Teacher Appreciation Banquet which was held on Monday, May 22. Their generous donations helped make the evening a special recognition.
Born in a small Illinois town of Abingdon on Dec. 23, 2923, James B. Stockdale entered Annapolis with the Class of 1947. His frustration at missing out on action during World War II peaked when his cousin, Robert H.
Sometimes after walking and jamming to some great rock and roll, I like to go sit at one of the picnic tables; mellow out and listen to some slow tunes. Just me and my dog. Just look at the sky. " If you don't know me by now......
Born in Jersey City, New Jersey Charles J. Watters grew to be a tall, lean man. Ever since he was in the fourth grade in school, he expressed the desire to become a priest.
A unique contribution to the successful efforts of World War II was given by our Native Americans, the Navajo Code Talkers. However, code talking was pioneered by the Cherokee and Chocktaw Indians during World War I.
2007 Ten Malvern Elementary fifth-grade students will attend the Young Authors conference in New Philadelphia on May 18. Young Authors is a writing program sponsored by the Tuscarawas-Carroll-Harrison Educational Service Center.
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The Paris Township Trustees would like to thank everyone who came out to help with the annual Paris Township clean-up day on April 22. We would especially like to thank the Minerva High school for helping and also the Minerva Boy Scouts Troop 150 for their efforts as well.
I would like to clear up a few misconceptions about the Carroll County Humane Society that have been brought to my attention. First, let me say our name was chosen because of the area we serve. We are not a county entity. We receive absolutely no support from the county, city or state.
Word seems to spread quickly in a smaller town so that everyone will know what is happening much like the grapevine of our youth. When I comes to business the grapevine is a fast means of communication.
On behalf of the Carroll County Animal Protection League's board of directors and members, we wish to thank the general public and our members for their attendance at our annual spaghetti dinner held on Saturday, April 8, at the Minerva Senior Center. We had a great turnout for this event!
I recently ended my employment at Gordon's Graphics in Malvern. I left grateful -- for my years there, for a career satisfied, for experience gained, for meeting friends and customers like you, for contributing to the community who raised me---for so much and more.
There were two things I wanted to do in life and succeed doing them. The first was to be a truck driver. The second was to be a cleaning lady. Neither one of those worked out. I couldn't be a truck driver because I can't climb up into a truck.
Kenneth L. Olson graduated from college in June 1967 and had planned to complete his graduate studies at Purdue University. He also knew that his draft number was coming up for the Selective Service System.
The West Township Ruritan Club would like to thank the community for their support of our recent semi-annual breakfast. A special thanks to: West Community Center, Kiko meats, Kishman's IGA, Buckeye Dairy Boosters and various club members.
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In early 1945 some 50,000 or more Germans formed a triangle for a last ditch stand against the Allies. The triangle was formed by the Rhine, Moselle, and Saar rivers.
We would like to thank everyone for their prayers, words of comfort, cards, flowers, food, monetary gifts and gifts to charity in memory of Cathy.