Memorial Day services set for county Truly our greatest generation Bertha Lashley Maia Swartz Jessie Rodgers Errors spell the end of Devils’ baseball season Senior Profile: Carry Hayslip Lady Hounds’ season ends with tourney loss to Paint Valley North Adams hosts Youth Volleyball Camp Time to get “Stroke Savvy” OVCTC, GE host Community Service Day 65 years in the pulpit Jamison, Richmond, Minshew conquer second race of 2017 Brushcreek season Manchester’s Cox signs with Rio basketball program Senior Profile: Andrew Weeks A dozen SHAC champions Thomas D Lute Sandra F Schwab Turning something broken into something beautiful Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide One dead, two injured in ATV accident 2017 Graduation Ceremonies West Union Alumni and Friends Educational Fund announces 2017 Scholarship Awards TAG students tour Pennsylvania Commissioners proclaim Older Americans Month Building an anti-drug culture one t-shirt at a time SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS NAES students awarded Science Camp scholarships SSCC’s Associate Degree Nursing program celebrates graduation Bauman selected to National 4-H Congress Lois Pertuset Hazel Nixon Philip L Paeltz Manchester Youth Volleyball Camp begins May 30 Jase Thatcher Figgins’ walk-off winner sends North Adams to Division III sectional finals Lady Hounds top East 10-3 in sectional opener Commissioner Pell, union reps travel to DC Forgotten experience brings back good memories for WUHS seniors Gordon Boldman Local teen injured in jeep accident BCI Investigation underway Rick Arnold Happy Mother’s Day- Do you want food? Robert Hodge Melvin Tipton Lady Dragons Basketball Camp begins May 22 Lady Devils Basketball Camp is May 30-June 1 National Day of Prayer celebrated in county NAES students enjoy day at GABP Car strikes Amish buggy near Winchester Eldon J Shoenleben Farming out life lessons to children and parents Proposed Medicaid changes could cost Adams County millions Annual ‘Redneck Run” returns to Manchester May 13 They really were the best of times West Union hosts Junior High, High School County Track Meets Figgins signs with SSCC Soccer Perfect again! Senior Profile: Caley Grooms James T Hughes Anderson signs with Rio Grande Basketball Senior Profile: Miranda Schiltz Playing for Dad, Part II Lady Indians win SHAC Big School title Danny Bryant Sadie Stamm Franklin E Brayfield Softball, baseball tourney match ups announced Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall coming to Georgetown next week Southern Ohio Genealogical Society offers program on ‘Family History Sources at the Ohio History Center’ Joseph A Johnson Jr Kramer tosses two shutouts in five days Trip to Akron = two more wins for Lady Indians softball Devils blank Dragons in non-conference battle Meade twins part of Rio baseball program Playing for Dad Senior Profile: Madison Welch As Mr. Seas It, for ACOVSD High School graduates We stayed up all night with Bob Clean up of Manchester’s abandoned gas stations continues Ribbon cutting held for canoe/kayak access sites Columbus Industries donates driveway repair to Animal Shelter North Adams Elementary recognizes March Students of the Month Animal Shelter Adoption Center announces new hours of operation Major road construction planned for summer months West Union Elementary honors March Students of the Month Charles D Jordan Betty Ginn Pamela M Hampton Former county sheriff celebrates 80th birthday Missing Adams County man is found Lady Hounds fall to Whiteoak in slugfest Calvert’s walk-off gives Hounds 9-8 win over Whiteoak Charles A Benjamin Give My Regards to Broadway Joyce Berry Joe L Easter William E Foster Margaret Belcher

Summer readers invade libraries

The Summer Reading Program is underway at the Adams County Public Library. We’re inviting kids, teens, and adults to join us to read books, stop by for fun events, and earn prizes as you reach your reading goals. If you haven’t been to the library for some time, this is a perfect chance to stop by and say hello, sign up for a library card, and discover all your local library has to offer.

The Summer Reading Program runs from June 1 through July 11. Kids under nine can sign up to read 30 books or 400 pages, teens ages 10 through 17 can sign up to read three books or 600 pages, and adults can sign up to read at least three books. Audio books and ebooks count toward your reading goals, too! Keep track of the books and pages you’ve read on a Reading Log. When you reach your goal, turn in your completed reading log to earn prizes, and enter your name in a grand prize drawing.

Events for all ages are offered the library each week. Join us for a movie party at the Peebles Library 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 10. We’ll watch the family-friendly Pixar superhero movie “The Incredibles.” Adults are invited to gather for a Book Discussion Group at the Peebles Library 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 10. Share about what you’re reading, and get recommendations from other summer readers. The Humane Society of Adams County will visit the Peebles Library for a Pet Adoption event from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, June 11. Stop by to meet pets available for adoption, and learn about other animal rescue agencies working in Adams County. Learn how you can help pets who are waiting to find their forever homes. Young children can join Tara at the West Union Library to create a superhero utility belt, and undergo superhero training 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 11. Kids ages 10 and up can join Tara at West Union for a group painting project 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 11. Help us create a large-scale cityscape, to serve as the backdrop for our superhero adventures. Adults are invited to the North Adams Library to learn more about Gardening for Butterflies 4 p.m. Thursday, June 11. Cathy Lawson and Sharon Bell will share how you can select native plants to support the lifecycle of Ohio butterflies. The Humane Society of Adams County will hold a Pet Adoption Event at the Manchester Library 1 p.m. Saturday, June 13. Stop by to meet cats and dogs available for immediate adoption, and learn more about local animal rescue efforts. Come to the Peebles Library to meet members of the Peebles Fire Department, and learn more about their work, as part of our Community Heroes series 1 p.m. Saturday, June 13.

Members of the Manchester Fire Department, Life Squad, and Police will visit the Manchester Library 1 p.m. Monday, June 15. Stop by to meet them, and learn more about how they work to keep our community safe. Teens are invited to join Deborah at the Manchester Library to create your own Superhero secret identity and mask 3:30 p.m. Monday, June 15. Don’t forget, you can wear your mask to our costume party finale! On Tuesday, June 16, young children can join Kris at the North Adams Library at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 16, to design your own box car. Kids and teens are invited to the North Adams Library to hone your hero skills in a Superhero Boot Camp. At the Peebles Library, get fit with Julia in a series of beginning Zumba classes. Zumba is a fun, dance-based cardio fitness routine that exercises the whole body. Julia will lead a class for kids a11 a.m., for teens 2 p.m., and for adults at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 16. Join us! Adults and teens, join Tara for a Euchre Tournament at the West Union Library 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 17. We’ll form teams of two players, and compete for bragging rights in rounds of euchre played with North American rules.

To see a full list of Summer Reading Events, visit adamscolibrary.org/srp, or follow the Adams County Public Library on Facebook. Call your local library or stop by for more information, and to join in. Everyone is welcome!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© The People's Defender - All rights reserved