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Betterment Commission still seeking award nominations

The Galion Area Betterment Commission’s annual Service Awards Breakfast is May 13, 2013 at the Galion Free Methodist Church Activity Center, 683 Portland Way North. It begins at 7:30 a.m., in conjunction with the Galion-Crestline Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual meeting.The purpose of the awards is to recognize individuals and organizations whose leadership has made a significant impact on the Galion area. Eligible candidates include individuals who reside or work in t...

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Wednesday Quote

“Should you find yourself in a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is likely to be more productive than energy devoted to patching leaks.” ~ Warren Buffett

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Avita News

Diabetes Support GroupAvita Health System’s Diabetic Support Group meets the second Monday of every month, alternating between Bucyrus Hospital and Galion Hospital.At Bucyrus Hospital, the group meets in the BACF room at 6 pm, and at Galion Hospital, the group meets in the Education Training room at 1 pm.2014 SUPPORT GROUP DATESMay 12, 1:00 pm at GCHJune 9, 6:00 pm at BCHJuly 14, 1:00 pm at GCH...

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Summer Reading Program gets a boost

Galion Community Foundation Secretary David Spraw recently presented a check to the Friends of the Library to fund the library’s summer reading program for youth. Approved at the Galion Community Foundation’s annual meeting, the grant one of several that have been distributed in Galion and the surrounding communities. Shown accepting the check are (L) Heather Tiffany, Children’s Librarian, and Sally Brennan, Friends of the Library representative who wrote the grant applicati...

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Chow Line

Labeling genetically modified foodsI’m surprised that genetically modified foods aren’t required to be labeled. Why aren’t they?This remains a controversial topic, and there are points to be made on both sides. Even the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which does not require genetically modified foods to be labeled, encourages food manufacturers to do so voluntarily because people are increasingly interested in knowing more about the ...

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ALICE instructor training offered at Mid-Ohio ESC

MANSFIELD—Area law enforcement officers, as well as school, church, hospital and workplace administrators and employees, are encouraged to register for a two-day ALICE instructor training course to be held at Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center.ALICE, which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate, is a set of proactive strategies that increase chances of survival during an armed intruder event.

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Easter time in Galion

St. Paul United Methodist Church hosted a morning of Easter activities on April 12. Inside the chapel, kids could hunt for eggs; although each child was allotted a maximum of 10 eggs the hunt didn’t last long. There were other activities such as egg coloring, photos and snacks. The event was open to the community and free of charge.

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Betterment Commission still seeking award nominations

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