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February 25, 2014

Last Week for Foods for Fines


This is the last week for Foods for Fines at the Galion Public Library. Throughout the month of February, any patron with fines may bring in non-perishable goods and get fines removed from his or her account (please note that only items that are not past their expiration dates will be accepted).


Galion City Council Feb. 25


Galion City Council will hold a regular meeting on Feb. 25 at 7 p.m., at the city building.


Recycling Drop Off Feb. 26


Bucyrus Precision Tech. Parking Lot, Bucyrus, from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. sponsored by Bucyrus Precision Tech.


Friends of the Depot Feb. 27


The Friends of the Depot send out this invitation: We will be meeting up at 5 :30 p.m. on Thursday Feb. 27 at Payne’s Pizza. We have a lot of ideas/items to discuss. Hope you all can make it. R.S.V.P. to me so we have an idea who can come - Carol Kable, 419-468-2944


Recycling Drop Off Feb. 27


Galion School Parking Lot from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. sponsored by the Galion Elementary School PTL.


Community meeting with the Superintendent Feb. 27


Galion City Schools Superintendent has invited any and all community members to attend a meeting where he will share information about the district and ask for feedback. A question-and-answer portion will follow. The meeting is Feb. 27 at 6:30 p.m., at the Galion Middle School library.


Boyer to speak Feb. 27


CRESTLINE—Cancer survivor and author April Boyer, of Ashland, Ohio, will be holding a book signing of her book “In His Shadow” at the library, February 27, 6:30 pm. The book encourages the cancer patient and family; and reminds the victor of spiritual inspiration from where their healing comes. “In His Shadow” begins when the “discovery” is made and does not dodge the fearful moments, the sorrow, or the frustrations that follow. The journey includes a look at how life around the cancer patient continues on its way, or on its bumpy ride in “choices”. The book includes some resources and vocabulary that may prove helpful to both the patient and family. “In His Shadow” encourages the cancer patient to realize hopeful goals, to look expectantly toward recovery and to lean heavily on God’s promises. It is the authors hope that her book prepares the patient to become a survivor!


Plants without Chlorophyll Feb. 27


Crawford Park District Naturalist Warren Uxley will present a program on plants without chlorophyll on Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. Lacking chlorophyll and therefore unable to manufacture their own food, some of Ohio’s flowering plants must resort to unusual life strategies to survive. Meet Warren Uxley at Lowe-Volk Park for a PowerPoint presentation.


Community Meal Feb. 27


Trinity Lutheran Church, 291 N. Union St., Galion, will serve a free community meal February 27 from 5:00 - 6:00 PM. If school is cancelled the meal will not be served. We look forward to seeing old friends and everyone is welcome.


Homeschool Friday Social Hour at Galion Public Library


Galion Public Library is now hosting a Homeschool Social Hour on Fridays from 11 am - Noon. Join other home-schooling families with students of all ages for an hour of unstructured “social time” in the Community Room every week. (Parents can “make friends” with each other, too!) There is no registration required for this free program; just drop on by. If you have any questions, please call 419-468-3203.