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Looking for an Alternativeto a Nursing Home?
Countryside Living Elderly Home Care LLCwould like to announce vacanciesfor seniors in the Butler House in Englewood.
The Butler House is a long term, live in, privateresidential home offering 24 hour care. Eachclient has their own private bedroom and sharesall of the common areas of the home with otherclients. We provide all activities of daily living.
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Monday-Saturday 10-9,Sunday 12-6
The Covington Amazing RaceTo Take Place October 12
If you enjoy watching The Amazing Race, the reality TV show,and wish you could participate... NOW YOU CAN! Join The Cov-ington Amazing Race. You don’t need to be an accomplished athleteto complete the tasks. This event is designed for everyone.Teams of four receive and interpret clues... find the location...complete the task at the Road Block... and receive the next clue. Thefinal destination will be an after-party, including prizes and a mealwhere everyone can all share in the excitement of the race. WARN-ING: Video of your foolishness may be shown at this time.The Covington Amazing Race will take place Saturday, Oct. 12,at 3:30 p.m. You can download a registration form at
, or call Amy Shaffer, 216-7429, or Cindy Hand, 216-5051.
Registration deadline is October 5
BBQ Chicken & Pork Chop Dinner Planned Oct. 6 by Bradford Lions
The Bradford Lions are having a BBQ Chicken and Pork ChopDinner on Sunday, Oct. 6. All dinners are carry-out and presale ticketsare $7 each. Tickets may be purchased at both Bradford banks,Littman-Thomas Insurance, or from any Lions or Lioness member.You may also call Kathy Myers at 448-2667 or Joanne Ferree at 620-7225.
Deadline for purchasing tickets is Sunday, Sept. 29
.Dinners may be picked up October 6 at Clark’s Pizza from 11 a.m.until 1 p.m.Proceeds will go toward the purchase of eye exams and glassesfor needy residents, Lions’ new project, Reading for Literacy, andother ongoing Bradford Lions’ community projects.
Reservations Sought for Annual Hoffman UM Church Craft Show 
Hoffman United Methodist Church in West Milton will hold itsannual Craft Show on Saturday, Nov. 23, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., in thechurch’s activity center. Reservations for booth spaces are now beingaccepted.To reserve a space, or for additional information, call Jean at 937-698-5541.
Fall cemetery clean-up will run from October 1 thru 15. Please re-move all decorations that you wish to save by October 15 in all ceme-teries maintained by Newberry Township. Cemetery staff will beginremoving old arrangements Wednesday, Oct. 16. New fall arrange-ments in vases attached to monuments or fall saddles will not be re-moved. Other new arrangements may be placed November 1.Newberry Township cemeteries include:
- High St., Covington
Greenville Creek
- Buckneck Rd., Bradford 
- Corner of Versailles andBradford-Bloomer Rds., Bradford 
Union Church
- Union Church Rd., Covington 
- St. Rt. 36, Covington 
- McMaken Rd., Covington 
- St. Rt. 41, Covington 
Lutheran Church
- Miami-Shelby County Line Rd., CovingtonAll artificial arrangements must be in a vase, hanging device, oron a monument saddle. Please put the deceased’s name and a contactperson on the bottom of a sadd le (in a permanent manner) so identifi-cation can be made if it is blown off the monument.
Milton MemoriesSession PlannedOctober 3
The second of the fallrecording sessions will be heldat 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3, atthe West Milton MunicipalBuilding located on S. Miami St.The topic will be the WestMilton Fire Dept. The panel willbe made up of James Plummer,Clarence “Fuzzy” Haney, BillJay, Denny Frantz, RobertAdams, Bill Grilliot, Ben Her-ron, and Todd Lakes.These sessions are open tothe public and audience partici-pation is encouraged. MiltonMemories airs on local accessChannel 5 and YouTube at vari-ous times. DVDs of all sessionsare available for purchase, or onloan from the Milton-UnionPublic Library.For more information, callBarb at 937-698-6559, or Susie,937-698-6798.
Pet BlessingOffered Oct. 6At St. TeresaCatholic Church
St. Teresa Catholic Church,in honor of St. Francis of Assisi,will offer a Pet Blessing on Sun-day, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. There willbe a brief outdoor service andblessing of animals by FatherRon Haft.All pets are welcome! If youdon’t have a pet, children are en-couraged to bring their favoritestuffed animal to be blessed.The church is located at 6925W. U.S. 36 in Covington.
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The family of Bill Peiffer would like to say “thank you” to Stocker-Fraley Funeral Home, Hospice, and Pastor Daryl Peeples for all their assistance in our time of  need. Thank you is alsoextended to everyone whosent cards and made calls,visits, and food.
Cardof Thanks
Senior Night for Newton Fall Athletes Planned Thursday
Senior Night will be held at Newton on Thursday, Sept. 26, for the following Fall Athletes: Soccer,Cross Country, and Golf.This celebration will take place immediately following the girls’ home soccer game against Miami Easton Newton’s soccer field. The time should be approximately 6:15 p.m., right before the boys’ soccer gamevs. Miami East begins. Volleyball Senior Night will be held immediately after the JV game vs. Tri-CountyNorth on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at approximately 6:15 p.m.Please plan to come celebrate the seniors’ accomplishments!
 Vapires, Gblins,and Guls...oh, my!!!
 The Milton-Union Public Library has a remarkable display of horror movie collectibles on display thismonth. Come and look at the amazing masks, action figures, comic books, magazines, and miniature movieprops that a local resident volunteered to share with the community. The resident (who prefers to remainmysterious and unnamed) was inspired to start his collection after meeting with local celebrity, Dr. Creep,who was a fixture on Saturday horror TV in the Miami Valley. Barry Hobart (aka Dr. Creep) had even of-fered to preside over a “themed” wedding for this movie aficionado before Mr. Hobart’s death in early2011. Our collector’s fascination with this film genre grew beyond its local origins. Many of the autographsin the collection were collected by attending Horrorhound and Cinema Wasteland Conventions or Expos.Gear up for Halloween! Get some interesting costume ideas by looking at the spooky movie props inthe library’s display case.If you have something you would like to share with the community, please stop by the library, locatedat 560 S. Main St., West Milton; call 937-698-5515; or visit:
83rd Annual 
Newton Fall Fair To Be Held October 4
On Friday, Oct. 4, the Newton FFA and FCCLA will hold its 83rd Annual Fall Fair. The evening willconsist of a delicious slow-cooked Pork Dinner, a Tractor Display, a Petting Zoo, and a Car, Truck, BikeShow beginning at 4:30 p.m.There will be exhibits by the FFA chapter in the Shop & Crop categories, with divisions of: Grain, Shop,Eggs, Hay, Silage, Vegetables, and Fruit. Also this year, there is a brand new category of Agricultural Pro-motion featuring student ag project posters, farm photography, and farm displays. State FFA President Mad-die Buschur will be on hand to assist in the judging.FCCLA will host exhibits in the following divisions: Baked Goods, Canned Goods, Sewing, Craft Proj-ects, Home-Grown Vegetables, Flowers, and Carved Pumpkins.Entries will be accepted from Newton Township residents beginning at 6:30 a.m. until noon. There willbe a Pulled Pork Dinner held from 5-7:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The Newton High School MarchingBand will perform its contest show at 6 p.m. on the band field. Following the Band Show, there will be aKiddie Tractor Pull. Registration begins at 6 p.m. for kids age 3-10.The annual “Class Challenge” will begin at 8 p.m. During the challenge, the “Kiss the Pig” contest win-ner will be revealed.The annual Fall Fair Dance will kick off at approximately 9:30 p.m. and is open to alumni and any cur-rent Newton student.Please join us October 4 for this outstanding community event!
Fort Rowdy Bridge To BeConstructed Saturday
 Volunteers & Spectators Most Welcome!
The Fort Rowdy Gathering will be putting up their 208 foot longportable foot bridge across the Stillwater River on Saturday, Sept. 28.The flurry of activity will begin at 8 a.m. in Covington CommunityPark.This bridge will go up in just one day! Please join them for thisexciting annual event. Volunteers are always needed and spectatorsare welcome.For more information, please call Anita at 937-676-3381.
Keith Lykins to Entertain Friday  At The Refinery Coffeehouse
Enjoy a unique performance of rock, jazz, and classical music ona six-string slap guitar and nine-string drum guitar Friday evening,Sept. 27, as Keith Lykins takes the spotlight at The Refinery Coffee-house. He will entertain from 8-10 p.m. as you enjoy lattes, cappuc-cinos, espressos, frappes, iced coffees, smoothies, mochas, andsteamers in a variety of delicious flavors.The Refinery, located at 302 N. Miami Ave. in Bradford, is openFridays from 6-9 a.m. and 7-11 p.m.; Saturdays, 7-11 p.m.; and Sun-days, 8:30 a.m. ‘til noon. A live broadcast of the 10:30 a.m. Sundayservice at Bradford Church of the Brethren is offered for their cus-tomers.
CHS Junior Css Prnts to Mt
The Covington High School Junior Class After-Prom Committeewill hold their first meeting on Monday, Oct. 7, 7:30 p.m., in the CHSLibrary. If you would like to chaperone and/or participate in the 2014After-Prom activities, please join us. If you have any questions, pleasecontact Shellie Arbogast at 937-416-2143. We hope to see you there!The Junior Class After-Prom Committee is sponsoring the follow-ing event for the 2013 football season:
GaMe Ball Raffle
will take place at all home footballgames. Please stop by our table at the entrance and purchase your raf-fle tickets for a chance to win the game ball!

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