Sunrise Rotarian Tony Robinson, a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, explained the national Wreaths Across America program at a recent meeting.
The Circleville Sunrise Rotary Club recently learned about immigration and deportation from immigration lawyer Stephen Yurik.
Michele Lanman, director of the United Way of Pickaway County, recently spoke to members of the Circleville Sunrise Rotary Club.
The Circleville Sunrise Rotary Club recently honored Jim and Ramona Edman with the 2015-16 Citizen Appreciation Award at its Aug. 16 meeting.
Members of the Circleville Sunrise Rotary Club heard from several of the county's high school football coaches at the club's Aug. 9 meeting.
Allison Payton, a student at the Charmion Performing Arts Center, recently was selected from 2,800 applicants to represent Ohio as part of Dance Across the USA.
The Farm Science Review will offer visitors the opportunity to learn the latest agricultural innovations from experts from the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at OSU.
Ohio State University Extension will host a three-part "Dining With Diabetes" program beginning Sept. 28 in Pickaway County.
Heritage Nazarene Church will honor local "everyday heroes" this weekend with a special service set for 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
The annual Canal Days celebration is set for noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18, at Canal Park.
The St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ashville will host a "Rally Day" from 9:30 a.m. to noon this Sunday, Sept. 11, to invite new and returning students to attend Sunday school.
Walter Lundstrom spoke to the Circleville Sunrise Rotary club at its Aug. 2 meeting about the Rotary Youth Exchange program.
Employees of TransCounty Title Agency in Circleville recently celebrated a successful "Christmas In July" event, collecting hundreds of toys for the local Toys For Tots program.
Tom Davis recently spoke to members of the Circleville Sunrise Rotary club about Pickaway County's parks.
Family Urgent Care, which already operates urgent care clinics in Chillicothe and Heath, opened the doors at its new Circleville location earlier this month.
Teays Valley East Middle School recently received a grant from the Teays Valley Educational Foundation to be used for technology courses at East.
Emma Johnson spoke to the Circleville Sunrise Rotary Club July 19 about her upcoming trip to Chile as the club's Rotary outbound exchange student.
Everyone is encouraged to have fun and dress up in their favorite "retro" attire, and prizes will be awarded to those chosen to be wearing the most original clothing.
Judy Wolford, Pickaway County Prosecutor, spoke to Sunrise Rotary members July 12 about the duties of a county prosecutor.
The Ohio State University Extension Office is offering free pressure canner gauge testing beginning next week at its local facility.
Rumpke driver Ed Greene of Williamsport was named a finalist for Driver of the Year by the National Waste and Recycling Association (NWRA) for his commitment to safe driving.
Judge P. Randall Knece spoke to the Sunrise Rotary club Tuesday about Common Pleas Court operations and the importance of juries and jury duty.
Stan Summers was recently sworn in as president of the Circleville Sunrise Rotary.
The current Pickaway County Prosecutor joined a group of her predecessors Wednesday for a photo op during a luncheon for the Pickaway County Bar Association.
Megan Reynolds recently sold her Grand Champion Hog for $4,000 at the 2016 Pickaway County Fair livestock auction held June 25.
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