Okay, what I would really like is an open house and host all of you for a meal, get acquainted, and the like. I know it’s impossible, but I won’t stop wishing for it. Daniel was bound and determined that we should travel to Ohio or somewhere closer to you to allow me to meet you. He was going to make it happen by this year, but plans have changed since he went to heaven. We’ll see what comes together- one day.
VERSAILLES — Midmark Corp. has announced that the Clinical Education Diagnostic Curriculum has earned a 2023 Brandon Hall Group Silver award for excellence. The curriculum is designed to help improve efficiency, comfort and safety when using Midmark equipment in clinical care settings.
DAYTON — The Area Agency on Aging, PSA 2, will host “The Difference Between Wills and Trusts,” which is a free, small group, online workshop from 11 a.m. to noon on Sept. 20, by presenter Judy LaMusga, attorney and counselor-at-law who specializes in elder and disability law. Registration is requested by Sept. 18 on the Agency Website or by contacting Mary Hairston by email ([email protected]) or phone (937-341-6944). The workshop link will be provided before the date.
I came home and noticed a campfire under the pine trees. Well, it’s not exactly my home; it just feels like it.
Editor’s Note: Gloria’s 11-year-old daughter, Julia, wrote the column this week. Gloria will return next week.
The water parted on either side of the boat as we sped across the lake. The children were enthralled with the ride on their uncle’s speedboat. We sat back in our seats, there was no effort on our part, only pure enjoyment. “Could this be like life?” I mused. “The waters part for us if we learn to sit back and trust our Lord…”
“May I? Pleeease Mom!”
DAYTON — Caregiver Conversations Surrounding Dementia is a free, online workshop from 10 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20, presented by the Alzheimer’s Association Miami Valley Chapter.
TROY — Troy anticipates the 2022 Troy, Ohio PorchFest on Saturday, Sept. 10. The music festival features 40 bands on 40 porches in the Southwest Historic District.
TIPP CITY — Tipp City Board of Education discussed the roofing issues for Nevin Coppick Elementary School during its meeting Monday night. They also addressed the Staff Wellness budget, pay-to-play for sports and clubs and an economic development proposal.