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Village Life Section :: Page 2
Events in Glen Helen for the third and fourth week of July, 2022.
For the second week in a row, Greene County was listed as having a “high” community level for COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, in its most recent weekly update, Thursday, July 14.
Our all-volunteer program is noncompetitive, free, and open to children aged 2–9, regardless of their race, color, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, spiritual inclination or practice, ability or disability.
Max Crome is nearing completion designing and renovating an architecture studio located at the former site of the predominantly African American First Baptist Church.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, last week moved Greene County from the prior week’s community spread level of “medium” for COVID-19 to “high.”
After months listed at a “low” community level for COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control, Greene County rose to a “medium” level last week, according to the CDC’s website.
Although hitting, chasing and fielding baseballs are the primary activities for the participants, playing in the dirt ranks a close second.
The Glen now has an additional $750,000 in capital funds to use toward improving accessibility for people with limited mobility on trails.
In addition to the traditional reds, whites and blues, the village’s annual Fourth of July celebrations took on several other hues this year: anger and sadness swirled and clashed with jubilation to color the festivities.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources Director Mary Mertz and Gov. Mike DeWine announced on June 27 that the upcoming park, slated to be completed by 2024, will be named Great Council State Park.