Saturday, March 23, 2019

AAA7 Names New Board Officers

At its final meeting of 2017, the Area Agency on Aging District 7 (AAA7) took the opportunity to recognize Board of Trustees Officers for 2018. Officers for 2018 are pictured below with AAA7 Executive Director...

Local student organizes Eyes for Hope program

A childhood experience sparked 16-year-old Ashleigh Miller’s desire to give back to the community by kick-starting a program to give children and young adults, who may be limited on choices of frames for eyeglasses...

2018 Passport Challenge kicks off May 4th

The Gallia County Convention and Visitors Bureau presents the 2018 Passport Challenges! Beginning May 4th, Gallia County residents and visitors will have the opportunity to explore Gallia in a whole new way! This program...

Holzer Center for Cancer Care Receives Donation

Shown pictured left to right: Linda Lester, Manager, Holzer Heritage Foundation, Brittany Boggs, Mandy Boggs, Natalie Talbert, Jackie Bragg, Liv Sheward, Kendra Stevens, CLA School Nurse, and Sarah Harrigan, Director, Holzer Center for Cancer...

GJWC donates to Gallipolis City Pool Improvement Committee

Sandra Mayes with the Gallipolis Junior Women’s Club presented a check to the Gallipolis City Pool Improvement Committee, represented by Mindy Caldwell and Bradie Angell, during its regular monthly meeting Monday evening. The organization...

Neely Named Director of Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program at AAA7

Jamie Neely, RN, was recently promoted to Director of the Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program at the Area Agency on Aging District 7 (AAA7), according to Pamela K. Matura, Executive Director.  Neely will take...

Elks Lodge #107 makes donation to enhance school district safety

Gallipolis Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Walter Brown presented a check to Gallipolis City School District Superintendent Craig Wright on Tuesday as part of the Elks efforts to help the school district improve student safety. “The...

God’s Hands at Work spends Christmas season helping others

The volunteers for God’s Hands at Work, with the help of the community, gave back in multiple ways over the Christmas season. During one of their initiatives, they discovered they unknowingly helped the family...

University Of Rio Grande to Host Suicide Prevention Walk

Rio Grande, Ohio –This spring, individuals from throughout the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College and the surrounding areas will come together to participate in the second annual Rio Out of...

Organizations team up for Prom Fashion Show & Dress Give-Away

For the past four years, God’s Hands at Work has been collecting gently used prom dresses and distributing them to area girls free of charge. This year, the organization has teamed up with Pure...