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Brumbaugh’s extends fun farm season - The Daily Advocate
ARCANUM — Brumbaugh’s Fruit and Fun Farm is extending the season of its fun farm for an additional weekend. Shane Bietry, who manages the farm, said the fun farm normally closes during the last weekend of October. However, Brumbaugh’s is hosting a ...
Greenville seeks junior high wrestling coach - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Greenville High School is in need of a junior high wrestling coach for the upcoming season. Anyone who is interested should contact Athletic Director Randy Swisher at [email protected]
or call 548-4416.
Fresh Spirit to perform - The Daily Advocate
PITSBURG - The Pitsburg Church of the Brethren will host a concert by, “Fresh Spirit” on Sunday at 6 p.m. “Fresh Spirit” was originally a group of three sisters – Linda, Marilyn, and Pattie – who grew up traveling and singing as part of the ...
Meeting people where they are - The Daily Advocate
How I admire the teacher and the mentor that is able to educate or instruct on the level of the student. As children we were programmed to think that we all advanced based on age alone. As kids we couldn’t go to school until we were five, to ride a bike ...
Glidewell feted for her 40 years - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE - Ann Glidewell was recently honored by her peers in observance of her 40th anniversary in public health. Co-workers at the Darke County Health Department held a lunch for her to celebrate that milestone in her life. Glidewell came to the health ...
Duo teaches self-defense - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY - Diana Unger, personal trainer with Warrior Strength Workouts, was introduced at the recent proclamation signing of October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month, to be collaborating with Jesse Berry of Forest Martial Arts, to help young girls ...
On and ‘bout Broadway - November - The Daily Advocate
Nov. 1 - “A night out with the Wavaires today at 7 p.m. at the St. Clair Memorial Hall. Nov. 2 – Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour. Time change again! Nov. 3 – The Greenville High School (GHS) will be having its monthly luncheon at Bob ...
Darke County claimed to be haunted - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY — Some areas within the county have darker pasts than others, causing some individuals to believe that these areas are haunted. Local Author Rita Arnold wrote a booked called “Ghosts of Darke County,” where these haunted stories are ...
Harvest Sounds to benefit Darke County Humane Society - The Daily Advocate
NEW MADISON - Members of First Universalist Church of New Madison are proud to announce Darke County Humane Society has been chosen to receive all proceeds from the 14th annual Harvest Sounds benefit concert. The concert will be presented at 3 p.m., Sunday ...
Fundraising for dog barn underway - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Bob Evans in Greenville is hosting a fundraising event over the weekend, in which 15 percent of its sales will go toward improvements to be made to the dog barn at the fairgrounds. The restaurant will honor the fundraising efforts upon ...
Meyer, Barrett say OSU QB will play Saturday - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS — Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett isn’t scheduled to go all out in practice until today but he and coach Urban Meyer both say he will be ready to play on Saturday against Illinois. “That is correct,” Barrett said on Wednesday when ...
ODOT seeks public feedback - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE-The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is seeking public comments regarding the City of Greenville Sweitzer and Fourth Streets improvement project slated to begin in 2016. According to Planning and Zoning Director Chad Henry, improvements ...
Wave, Jackets to play for Jug - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — The Greenville football team will try to retain possession of the Little Brown Jug on Friday night as the Green Wave travel to Sidney to take on the Yellow Jackets. The local version of the Little Brown Jug, inspired by the trophy the ...
Challenges don’t stop artist’s unique work - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE - Despite physical challenges, artist Gary Hovey has been sculpting unique works of art for the past 10 years. Creating sculptures out of stainless steel forks, knives and spoons, his pieces will be on display at Bear’s Mill “Art At the Mill ...
Those were the days, my friends - The Daily Advocate
John Flynn writes songs “in the key of us,” rather than those self-indulgent tunes written “in the key of me” by many contemporary folk artists. That opinion was pronounced by none other than folk legend Arlo Guthrie concerning his friend Flynn, a ...