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Newton Local BOE Meeting Scheduled

Harvest Blessing & Fort Rowdy Parade Announced

Covington Elementary Open House Slated Monday

The Newton Local Board of Education will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 13, 7 a.m. (meeting time changed to the
morning due to conflicts with the Miami County Fair), in the Newton
School Board of Education Room, to conduct regular business.

The Fort Rowdy Gathering will have a Harvest Blessing on Saturday, Aug. 30. All farmers are invited to bring their combines or grain
trucks to the Covington Middle School parking lot by 8 a.m. The
Blessing Ceremony will begin at 8:30.
You are also invited to participate in the Fort Rowdy Parade,
which will begin at 9:30 a.m.
Deadline for the Blessing or parade registration is August 15.
For more information, please email Johanna McGrath at
jar2jam1116@gmail.com, or call Dan Batdorf at 937-418-2532.

Covington Elementary Open House will be held Monday, Aug. 18,
from 4:30-6 p.m. Students will be able to visit their classrooms and
meet their teachers before the first day of school. Children will be able
to take home handbooks and forms that parents can read through and
return to school the next day.
Representatives from the PTO, the volunteer organization, school
transportation, PLUS organization, and cafeteria will provide important information in the gymnasium.
Fee payments will be accepted during Open House. New student
registration will not take place during the Open House. School staff
will be on hand to answer any additional questions.

Covington Church to Host Salad Luncheon
If you haven’t already enjoyed the large assortment of homemade
salads, desserts, and finger sandwiches, come to the Salad Luncheon
hosted by the Women’s Fellowship of Covington United Church of
Christ from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 15.
Diners can enjoy their specialty, “Hot Chicken Salad,” as well as
other salads, desserts, and a drink – all for a small donation.
Carry-outs will be available upon request.
The church is air conditioned and handicapped accessible. Please
use the basement entrance in the alley on the north side of the church,
located at 115 N. Pearl St., Covington.
Come enjoy delicious food, fellowship, and fun!
Remember... October 17 is the “Country Store” with homemade
noodles, candy, cakes, and many other goodies in addition to the
monthly Salad Luncheon.
Mark your calendar for August 15, September 19, and October 17.
These luncheons continue on the third Friday of each month through
October.

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LUNCH SPECIALS CHANGE DAILY!

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MON. thru THURS. 3 to 7 pm
MONDAY: Draft Night - $2.00 Cheeseburgers
(Starts at 3pm)

WEDNESDAY: Breaded Pork Tenderloin

Sandwiches. $2.50 ea. (3-9pm) - Dine-In Only
THURSDAY: 45¢ WINGS

(10 Wing Minimum!)

(3-7pm) - Dine-In Only
Ladies’ Night - 1/2 Off Well Drinks
Chicken Chunks - 35¢ ea. (10 Chunk Minimum!)

Tom & Carol Iddings
To Celebrate
50th Anniversary
With Open House

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FRIDAY: Prime Rib and Steaks
SATURDAY: 4 Piece Fried Chicken Dinner

$6.75 Dine-In or Carry-Out

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Tom and Carol Iddings cordially invite you to help
them celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary.
An Open House will be held Saturday, August 16, 710 p.m., at the Covington Eagles.

601 E. BROADWAY, COVINGTON
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and surrounding areas will be
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Please note this session will
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There will be prizes awarded
and refreshments will be available.
For reservations, call
Nancy at 937-473-3337, or
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What’s happening at...

J.R. CLARKE PUBLIC LIBRARY
102 E. Spring St., Covington & 937-473-2226

EvEnTs fOr ChildrEn
Wednesday, Aug. 13, 10-11 a.m. Lego Group, for children entering Grade 2 thru Grade 5.
Saturday, Aug. 16, 10 a.m. Minnetrista Theatre Company – Fairy
Tales with a Twist. For children and their families.
sTOryBOOk TrAils PrOgrAM
Children had a great time with the Park District’s Storybook Trails
program. Participants have been earning rocks for every five books
they read. Be sure to have all journal sheets and books returned by
August 16.
UvMC WEllnEss nUrsE
The Upper Valley Wellness Nurse will visit Tuesday, Aug. 19, 911 a.m., for free blood pressure and glucose screenings.
lEgO grOUP
The July Lego Group created “things that move” – cars, planes,
boats, and blimps. Check these creations out in the display case during
August!

Many, Many Thanks
The Covington Police Department and the Covington Noon Optimists would like to thank the participants, spectators, and volunteers
who came out and made this year’s Covington 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament such a huge success. Most of all, we would like to thank the
following sponsors:
The Wackler Family (in loving memory of Kenneth Wackler, Todd
Pickering, and Greg Pickering), Covington VFW #4235, Buckeye Insurance Group, Beachy’s Antique Gallery, Covington Savings and
Loan, Pieces & Yarn, Korner Kutz, New Tech Plastics, Covington
Care Center, Koverman-Staley-Dickerson Insurance, Mr. Sew &
Sew’s, Thoma and Sons, and Coach Matt Pond and Covington Basketball.
Without your financial support and community spirit this would
not have been possible.
This year’s recipients of proceeds are the Covington Little Buccs
and the Covington High School Cheerleaders.

M-U Public Library
Board Meeting Set
The Milton-Union Public
Library Board meeting will be
held Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 7 p.m.
The public is invited.
The library is located at 560
S. Main St., West Milton.

FREE Saturday
Movies Offered
At Milton Library
The Milton-Union Public
Library will offer two Saturday
Showcase movies this month:
August 16, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
- “Divergent” (PG-13)
August 23, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
- “Mary Poppins” (G)
Both movies are free and
held in the library’s multi-purpose room. Bring a comfy chair
and enjoy popcorn and drinks.
The library is located at 560
S. Main St., West Milton.

Covington BOE
To Meet Aug. 21
The Covington Exempted
Village School District Board
of Education will meet in Regular Session on Thursday, Aug.
21, 6 p.m., in the Covington
Board Office, located in Covington Middle School, 25 Grant
St., Covington.
This is an open meeting and
the public is welcome to attend.

Milton-Union BOE
Meeting Scheduled
A Milton-Union Regular
Board Meeting will be held
Monday, Aug. 18, 6:30 p.m. in
the Board Conference Room.

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Newton Open House
Slated August 19

5th Annual

Mark your calendars for
Tuesday, Aug. 19, from 6:308:30 p.m. Newton Local
Schools invite students, parents, grandparents, and friends
to come visit the school facility
during the annual Open House.
This will be a great opportunity to meet the teachers as
well as become acquainted with
the school’s facilities.
Newton’s first day of school
will be Wednesday, Aug. 20.

The 5th Annual Herbie Fuzz 5k is set for 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 16. The 5k will begin at Covington
High School and conclude at the Covington Eagles.
This year’s event features a competitive 5k Run, Walk, Stroller Competition, Dog Competition, and a
half-mile kids’ Fun Run. Prizes are available to the first three finishers in each age group, as well as the
first three strollers, dogs, and walkers to cross. All kids’ Fun Run participants receive a finisher’s award.
Registration will be ongoing until 7:45 a.m. day of the race. The first 400 registrations receive a dri-fit
tank. Regular T-shirts also are available by request. Registration can be done online at www.speedyfeet.com, or in person at Covington High School from 5-9 p.m. on August 15, or until the race start on race
day.
In its fifth year, the Herbie Fuzz has given more than $26,000 in donations to the Good Samaritan Cancer
Center, in memory of Paul Finfrock, and to The Ohio State University James Cancer Center and Solove Institute, in memory of Jerry Fessler. Both passed away in the summer 2009.

Herbie Fuzz 5K Planned August 16

Grief Support Group Offered
By State of the Heart Hospice
Losing a loved one can be
one of life’s most difficult experiences. Often, those grieving
need help dealing with their
loss. State of the Heart Hospice
is offering adult grief support
meetings beginning Monday,
Aug. 25, and continuing each
Monday night through September 29. The sessions are free
and are open to anyone in the
community. It is not necessary
to be associated with hospice
care. Meetings will be held
from 6-8 p.m. at the State of the
Heart office, 1350 N. Broadway, Greenville.
Meetings will be conducted
by Meredith Carpe, a Licensed
Social Worker and Bereavement
Support Specialist for State of
the Heart, along with State of
the Heart Hospice Chaplain

Community employment Program
Offered At M-U Public Library
Jeff Steele of Goodwill/
Easter Seals will present another
Community Employment Program, an ongoing job-seeker
event scheduled in August and
September at the Milton-Union
Public Library.
The next date will be Thursday, Aug. 28, from noon ‘til 2
p.m.
To sign up for the second of

Jacque Collins.
To register for grief support
meetings, call 1-800-417-7535
and ask to speak to a member of
the bereavement staff. Visit the
agency web site at www.Stateoftheheartcare.org.

four sessions, please call the library at 937-698-5515, or stop
by 560 S. Main St. in West Milton.

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Hoffman Art Show Winners Announced
Thirty-five artists participated in the 8th annual Art Show held July 18-20 at Hoffman United Methodist
Church in West Milton. Over 200 attendees had the opportunity to vote on their three favorite pieces among
the 87 on display. A number of pieces were sold throughout the show.
During the Opening Reception Friday evening, participating artists voted on their top three choices. The
results were: Jack Welbaum for "I Will Fight No More"; Regina Whipp for "Four In Hand"; and Sonnie
Woodworth for "Hibiscus – Cool Beauty.” Each was awarded $100.
When the People's Choice Awards from all three days were tallied the winners were: 1st Place - Jack
Welbaum for "I Will Fight No More" - $500; 2nd Place - Regina Whipp for "Four In Hand" - $400; and
3rd Place - Gloria Honeyman for her Raku Horsehair Pottery - $300.
Honorable Mention earned an award of $100 each for: Sonnie Woodworth for "Hibiscus – Cool Beauty";
Joshua Bellas for "Plugged In"; Linda Lock for "Mother and Child"; George Stum for "The Girl"; and
Nancy Klipstine for "Silver and Crystal.”
The show committee extends a special thank you to Bill Netzley of Netzley Roofing for the prize money
donation of $2,000. The committee would also like to thank all the participants, as well as all those who
attended the show. The committee recognizes Bob Menker of Patterson's Flowers for providing the variety
of beautiful plants placed throughout the show as well as Hale Sarver Funeral Home for providing pedestals
to display some of the items.

Would Your
House of WorsHip
like To Be included
on our cHurcH page?
The Stillwater Valley Advertiser is pleased to publish a
church page for our readers. Our next regular monthly church
page is scheduled to run SEPTEMBER 3.
This is a great way to publicize revivals, guest speakers, musical
programs, and other special events, as well as welcoming newcomers to the area who are seeking a house of worship.
Individual church ads will be two columns wide by two inches
and offered at a very nominal cost of just $20 PER MONTH.
Contact our office at 937-473-2028 or 937-473-2029 and our
office personnel will be happy to assist you.
You can also email our sales representative, Yvonne
Welbaum, at ywelbaum@ gmail.com.

Road Closure Notice
Township
Union
The
Trustees will be closing MonroeConcord Rd., between Kessler
Rd. and Kessler-Frederick Rd.,
on August 14 and 15, for culvert
installation.

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Valley Farewells
AlExANdER, EdWiN l., 78 - A resident of Covington. Died Wednesday, July 23, at Piqua
Manor.
deMOSS, ROBERT E., 81 - A resident of Bradford. Died Thursday, July 31, at the Covington
Care Center.
gAESSlER, dAvid, 69 - A resident of Dayton. Died Thursday, Aug. 7, at Koester Pavilion,
Troy.
HickS, cHARlOTTE A. (Wilson), 65 - A resident of Bradford. Died Tuesday, Aug. 5, at
Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton.
lAyMAN, ARiA M., infant - Daughter of Joshua and Lindsey (Feaselman) Layman. Died
Sunday, July 27.
ROuSH, jOSEPH d. “jd”, 47 - A resident of Huber Heights. Died Wednesday, Aug. 6, at
Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton.
SAdON, ARlENE (grossen), 93 - A resident of Dayton. Died Thursday, Aug. 7, at Friendship Village.
SHEETS, STEvEN A., 61 - A resident of West Milton. Died Thursday, July 31, at Ohio State
University Ross Heart Hospital.

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Owners of Indian’s Pizza
Work Very Hard To Provide
Healthy Products
for Customers
“I really shouldn’t have pizza. It’s not very healthy for me to eat.”
So many times we hear that statement and it makes us want to announce to the world that isn’t necessarily true.
At Indian’s Pizza, we work very hard to provide a quality, tasty,
and healthy product for our customers. It begins with the basics. We
make our own crust from scratch, out of the same items you would
use in your kitchen at home. No preservatives. We make our sauce
from only the best tomato products canned by an Italian family in
California. Our vegetables come to us fresh. Only as needed do we
dice and slice for the freshest quality. When it comes to pickled items
or meats, we never settle for anything that we consider less than the
top quality available. If a supplier sends us a substitution, we refuse
it and wait for the best to arrive. There are several hamburger toppings that can go on a pizza, but we purchase freshly ground chuck
and hand process it to create a consistent low-fat and flavorful addition to any pizza. Even our pepperoni is low-fat.
Beyond the health factor of the ingredients on a pizza, where else
can you find a whole meal in one place? A meal that contains a serving of grains, vegetables, meat and dairy, even fruit, all in one? If
calories are a concern, or you are worried about the amount of bread
you eat, ask for a thin crust. A vegetable pizza on a thin crust... now
that’s a great meal!
In response to the growing number of people with dietary issues,
we also offer gluten-free pizza and subs. Our staff has been instructed in the safe preparation of these products for our customers.
Many folks comment on how flavorful these are in comparison to
other gluten-free choices.
Beyond pizza, which makes up about 65 percent of our menu,
we also offer a line of great salads, again made from the freshest ingredients, sugar-free ice cream, whole wheat sub buns, and other
items to provide quality choices for families – without them actually
doing the cooking themselves.
(the above article was submitted for publication by the owners
of indian’s Pizza)

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the Flour Barrel stocks
What You need
For Healthy cooking, Eating
The Flour Barrel is basically a bulk foods store offering quality
ingredients at lower prices. They carry some healthy and special diet
items such as Xylitol and Stevia sweeteners. Various gluten-free flours
and mixes are also available, including brown rice flour, white rice
flour, soy flour, potato starch and tapioca starch, an all-purpose GF
flour, sorghum flour, a GF bread mix, GF brownie mix, GF pancake
mix, and GF corn pasta. GF noodles, pretzels, and crackers, also.
You will find whole wheat pastas, raw wheat germ, oat bran and
wheat bran, unrefined sugar, evaporated cane juice, fructose, and sucanat on their well-stocked shelves. Barlean’s Coconut Oil is available, as well as a cheaper coconut oil.
Also included in their inventory are crisp vegetable chips, sweet
potato chips, green bean chips, carrot chips, okra chips, dried kiwi,
tropical fruit salad, tropical fruit trio, pumpkin seeds, R & S pumpkin
seeds, quinoa, flax seeds and flax seed meals, maple syrup, almond
butter and peanut butter, couscous with chives and saffron, saffron
jasmine rice, brown and wild Rice Pilaf, brown Basmati rice, Mrs.
Miller’s noodles, spelt, whole wheat, spinach, tomato, basil, garlic,
parsley, and old fashioned potpie squares.
RealSalt, nuts and dried fruits, plus many more items too numerous
to mention fill The Flour Barrel’s shelves to capacity.
For their customers who like to can the healthy foods they’ve
grown in their gardens, The Flour Barrel carries Dutch Jell, pickling
lime, canning lids and jar rings, fresh fruit preserver, citric acid, pickling spices. Mrs. Wages Tomato Mixes and Pickle Mixes, alum powder, pickling/canning salt, gallon jugs of vinegar, and raw vinegar in
quarts.
For their customers’ convenience, The Flour Barrel also now offers
a large selection of deli meat and cheese, along with macaroni salad,
potato salad, chicken salad and cole slaw.
Discover a healthier you! Find dozens of items throughout the
store or visit un online at: www.discoverbulk.com.
This Gettysburg business is located at 9138 U.S. Rt. 36, a halfmile west of Gettysburg. Their hours are Monday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.;
Tuesday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
closed Sunday. The deli slicers close down 15 minutes befoe store
closing.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact The Flour Barrel at
937-447-4925.

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Toning Tables Help You Feel & Look Your Best
With a Minimum of Time & Expense
Toning tables have been around since the early ‘70s. Originally,
toning tables didn’t have a lot of backing from the medical community.
However, over time, research has shown this form of treatment can be
very beneficial to the body and attitudes have changed.
Health care is a high priority with just about everyone these days,

2529 W. Main St., Troy

Fresh Interests At Heart
The menu at Subway represents the company’s commitment to helping you discover and maintain healthful eating habits while enjoying
the foods you love. A variety of delicious sandwiches and wraps, as well
as salads, allows Subway’s customers to order their meals to their individual food preferences, without sacrificing great taste.
When dining out with friends and family, it’s easy to satisfy everyone with Subway’s nice array of freshly baked breads, wraps, meats,
cheeses, vegetables, condiments and seasonings.
Watching your weight? Subway offers seven subs with just 6 grams
of fat or less! Now you can enjoy a delicious meal while watching calories, carbs, and fat grams.
And since your Subway meal was so “healthy” for you, you can always order one of their freshly baked cookies for dessert – guilt-free!
Enjoy your meal in Subway’s comfortable dining area, or tell your
cashier you’d like to take your order with you.
Planning a get-together? Let Subway take the worry out of food
preparation so you can enjoy more time with your friends and family.

Quick Tips for Low
Back Pain
BY Dr. Brian J. OLsOn

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and Tammy Marker’s Toning Center is an easy and quick way to help
you feel and look your best. She offers five tables – each with a specific
purpose – 1) Sandbag Machine (strengthens the stomach muscles and
helps to firm the buttock area); 2) Waist/Tummy/Hip Machine; 3) Leg
Machine; 4) Arm/Chest Machine; and 5) Vibrating Machine (complete
body toning). Clients spend 10 minutes on each table, and the cost is
very reasonable – just $30 per week – and there are no contracts to sign!
Both men and women benefit from toning tables. You can reduce
inches, firm and tone muscles, reduce pain, increase mobility and energy, and also lose weight. Other conditions that can benefit from toning tables are arthritis, diabetes, nerve pain (neuropathy), poor
circulation, weak backs, cardiac problems, fibromyalgia, and high
blood pressure. Even cellulite can be eliminated!
Just think... spending one hour at Tammy Marker’s Toning Center
is equivalent to seven hours in a “big boy” gym! The center will open
in mid-September.
For additional information, email:
tammystoningcenter@gmail.com.

7015 St. Rt. 41, Covington • 937-473-5959
Fax: 937-473-2799
As a chiropractor, low back pain fills my office. I would like to
share some common practices that can minimize the pain and discomfort that is associated with this problem.
First off, whenever in doubt, always use ice instead of heat over
the location of the discomfort. This will reduce inflammation and help
diminish the intensity of the pain. Second, don’t fight through the pain,
trying to minimize the pain by avoiding positions that exacerbate the
problem. Typically, lying down or standing helps because there is less
pressure on the spine than during sitting. Driving typically will increase pain.
Finally, a few stretches to help with this problem. Stretching the
back of the legs usually helps. I suggest lying face up while pulling
the legs to the chest, both individually, then together. If this doesn’t
help, try lying face down with the chest propped up. This shortens the
back muscles.
Lastly, pull the belly button in and hold for several seconds. This
helps to retrain some of the muscles of the core.
Remember... if the pain persists or is recurrent, seek the help of a
professional.

DR. BRIAN J. OLSON

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Therapeutic Essential Oils Can Help Relieve Pain
Have you ever experienced pain? Acute, chronic, bone-related, muscle-related, joint, or tooth pain?
What do you do to treat it? Most commonly, we go to the doctor or raid our medicine cabinets for over the
counter pain relief medication.
Did you know that the purest of therapeutic grade essential oils contains multiple medicinal properties
(aka constituents) that help assist with the systems of the body? As a matter of fact, many of the drugs used
today were originally derived from the natural constituent first. Then, once the companies learned how to
produce those constituents synthetically, they did and it was much easier to make mass quantities and less
expensive to produce substances in a chemical form rather than a natural form.
Luckily, there are reputable producers of pure therapeutic-grade essential oils such as Young Living Essential Oils that have 20 years of experience cultivating, distilling, and selling the highest quality of essential
oils that are loaded with medicinal properties to help heal ourselves in the most natural way!
The top essential oils for pain have analgesic (substance that has been shown to relieve or reduce pain),
anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-rheumatic properties specifically:
For bone Pain: Wintergreen, Peppermint, Helichrysum, Idaho Balsam Fir, PanAway Blend
Chronic Pain: Basil and Clove
Joint Pain: Nutmeg, Roman Chamomile, Spruce
Tooth Pain: Thieves Blend (Young Living Essential Oil Blend), PanAway (Young Living Essential Oil
Blend)
CoX inhibitors: Thyme, Fennel, Clove, Cinnamon Bark
nitric oxide inhibitors: Peppermint, Oregano, Lemongrass, Nutmeg
We cannot forget that pain is a state of physical, emotional, or mental lack of well-being. It is important
that we understand physical pain and emotional pain are intertwined. We must look at the whole equation
and, unfortunately, synthetic substances only address the physical portion of the problem when dealing with
pain relief.
Inspira Wellness, LLC integrates Young Living's therapeutic grade essential oils with MediCupping
Therapy, Medical Massage, Raindrop Technique, Body Contouring, and Quit Smoking Wraps for effective
results and a healthy alternative for a much higher quality of life.
Inspira Wellness, LLC is also happy to introduce the newest member to the team of massage therapists –
Chasity Moran, LMT. She is a 1994 graduate of Miami East High School and Dayton School of Medical
Massage in 1998.
Chasity specializes in Medical Massage Therapy. To schedule a massage therapy appointment with Chasity Moran, LMT, please call
937-676-2220.
For more information on Young
Living Essential Oils go to
www.youngliving.com or contact: Kim Noll, LMT, Certified
Personal Trainer, Young Living
Independent
Distributor
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LLC, 212 N. Main St., Pleasant
Hill, OH 45359. Phone 937-6762220 or go to
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Valley Echoes
by Gary Godfrey

Cumberland Lake Weekend
Thirteen of the Godfrey clan and two guests made a trip to Cumberland Lake in Kentucky over the
weekend.
When two-thirds of the clan gets together, it’s more than satisfying, it’s downright fun.
Daughter number one (Kelly) organized the event, because they spend most of their summer in Cumberland. I didn’t realize how many friends they have that own property in this gorgeous boating wonderland. We rented a trailer and bunkhouse from the Kenworthys in Covington.
The plan was to rent a pontoon, use this as a base point, then use our two other boats for wake boarding
and tie-offs. When we called for the pontoon, we were informed they had nothing left.
Plan number two. We use one of the boats for wake boarding, and the other for joy riding and swimming. This way, the younger kids could take turns at wake boarding, while the elders stayed stationary
under the Bimini top.

Bowman Produce Offers Wholesome,
Preservative-Free Products
Bowman Produce & Greenhouses, LLC is now in its second decade of raising fresh produce and buying
“farm to farm” fresh fruits from Michigan, Indiana, the Carolinas, and other surrounding states. You can
find Bowman’s produce at several local farmers’ markets from May thru October. You will also find them
at numerous local festivals with their fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as making homemade apple butter
the old-fashioned way, using an open fire and copper kettles.
New in 2014 is a high-tunnel greenhouse that allows Bowman’s to raise fresh produce all year long.
This winter, they’ll be able to offer customers spinach, green onions, romaine red lettuce, mixed lettuces,
radishes, beets, cabbage, turnips, along with other tasty vegetables.
Quality is the backbone of the Bowman name and their large product line. Bowman’s’ dedication of
“farm to farm” means that they buy directly from other fruit and vegetable farmers. You won’t find warehouse products at any of their stands.
The newest addition to the Bowman produce business is their annual Community Supported Agriculture
(CSA) program. CSA is a partnership between the farmer and the consumer that allows the farmer to tend
the earth and grow the food while the consumer shares in the cost of the enterprise and the risk that goes
along with fruit and vegetable production. Consumers receive fresh, wholesome, and preservative-free fruits
and vegetables on a weekly basis from the beginning of May until the end of October.
Benefits for the consumer include one quick stop for fresh fruits and vegetables on a weekly basis without worrying about getting to the local farmers’ market early enough to ensure a wide selection of the best
products, access to a large variety of additional products, and the consumer’s personal satisfaction of knowing that they are feeding their family fresh fruits and vegetables that are locally produced and have minimal
(if any) exposure to herbicides, pesticides, or other preservatives.
Bowman Produce & Greenhouses also offer all of their products at their home farm located on St. Rt.
121, next to Dick Lavy Trucking, just south of Versailles. Their homemade fruit butters and large variety
of jams, as well as popcorn and brown eggs, can be purchased year ‘round. Numerous baked goods products
are also available throughout the year and can be found at their local stands. Clip their ad on this page with
a listing of all their farmers’ markets and festivals coming up from now through the end of the year.
As an additional service to customers, Bowman Produce & Greenhouses also accepts WIC coupons for
items that they offer in their business.

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Well, it’s said that the two happiest days of a boat owner’s life are the day they purchase their boat
and the day they sell it.
When son-in-law number two (Tim) tried to start his boat, it just wasn’t cooperative. He had just got
it back from a local mechanic, but he didn’t have time to take it out for a test ride. When something
doesn’t start around three men, they immediately go straight for the carburetor. When they get to the
engine, they find gas dripping like a hose. After a few looks, and a few jiggles, it’s determined the
linkage wasn’t put back with snap rings. With one quick run to town and the local Auto Zone, we
found what we needed and actually fixed the problem. The boat didn’t run with perfection, but it did
get us through the weekend. I can only imagine what Tim will tell his mechanic.
We boated all day Saturday, and voted to call it a day around sunset. When we got to the boat ramp, it
looked like they were having a boat show. There were hundreds of boats in line to use the three across
boat ramp.
Finally, it was our turn. Tim exited with ease. Son-in-law number one, (David) then took his turn,
while grandchild number one (Chris) drove the boat onto the trailer. David shouts, “Make sure the
trim is up!” Only to find out it will go down, but not up. We can’t get the boat out of the water, because
the motor will hit the ramp. Did I mention there were hundreds of boats? The natives were getting a
little restless. After several attempts, with no luck, we decided to get everyone out of the boat.
“I’m going to put the boat back into the water and tie it to the dock, you get everyone in the truck and
take them back to the trailer,” David commanded like a true Admiral would do.

Ginger and I calculated it had been more than 20 years since we rented a houseboat on Lake Cumberland and spent a week with my mother and stepfather with our three little kids. It’s always nice to have
family surround you.

When we arrived at the campsite, everyone went into action to fix dinner for the clan. It looked like
Hell’s Kitchen. An hour later, David called Chris and told him to come back to the ramp to pick him
and Kelly up. On his return, he told the crowd that he was leaving his boat, and that someone from
Conley Bottom Marine will fix his boat on Tuesday, and then take the boat to the storage area with the
trailer. The Ranks are planning on returning for the last hoorah on Labor Day weekend.

Friday evening, all day Saturday, and leaving on Sunday morning is a quick trip. But when you can
get that many people together, it’s always a good time!

This Week’s boTTom Line: Even though boats are a pain in the asterisk, they always make
you smile.

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Automotive
Mobile Auto Repairs LLC
ASE certified. 35+ years
experience.
GM
engine,
transmission, & differential repair.
Call Dennis at 937-459-8451.
DON’T JUNK YOUR CAR... recycle
it
for
CA$H.
Call
937-903-5351 & recycle with
Michael. Go Green & turn your
trash into cash!

FOR SALE: ‘02 S10 pick-up. 4x4.
A little rust. 200,000 mi. Runs
great! $2,400 OBO. ‘61 Shasta
13’ camper. Classic. Good cond.
$1,200 OBO. 937-694-7943

Looking for an honest
deal? You can find it
in our classifieds.

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Employment

OPPORTUNITIES

TROY FAMILY hiring a responsible person to clean. We can offer
excellent benefits & comparable
salary for this permanent employment. References checked. Apply
in person at: 15 Industry Park
Court, Tipp City. 937-216-1142
INDUSTRIAL COMPANY has fulltime employment. Laborer: $10/
hr. CDL Driver: $12/hr. Training
provided. Benefits. Apply at 15
Industry Park Court, Tipp City.

Body Shop &
Service Center

LOCAL COMPANY seeking FT
diesel and/or gas vehicle
mechanic. Excellent wage. 401K.
Health insurance. Profit sharing.
Apply at: 15 Industry Park Court,
Tipp City.
OFF-PREMISE Catering Co. in
Pleasant Hill seeking wait staff for
Saturday evenings. Great way to
earn extra cash! Applications are
available
at
www.mrsbscatering.com.
For
more information, please call
937-676-2883.

Classifieds
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WEST MILTON: Two bdrm. apt.
& 2 bdrm. townhouse. W/D
hook-up. Appliances included.
Trash
paid.
No
pets.
937-698-0113
www.viewanapartment.com
RENT TO OWN: $450
Four bdrms. With garage. You fix
up & paint interior as part of down
payment. 522 Union St., Troy.
937-676-2387
WEST MILTON • FOR SALE:
Mobile home. Two bdrms.
56x12. With ramp & patio
cover.
937-719-3600
FOR RENT • PLEASANT HILL:
Downstairs apt. Two bdrms. Twocar garage. $500. 937-418-2953

COMPLETE AUTO CARE!
• Paint and Body Shop Repair
• Insurance Claims Welcome
• Precision Collision Repair
(by CHIEF E-Z Liner Systems)
• Exhaust Systems • Tires • Batteries
• Tune-Ups • Brakes • Shocks • Wheel Alignment

Real Estate

DEMOLITION: Also, concrete
demolition & general excavating
work.
937-232-7380
HANDYMAN SERVICES
West Milton, Tipp City, Laura, &
Troy
area.
Quality
work.
Reasonably priced. For free
estimates, call 937-581-0045 or
937-542-2664 .
DAY CARE
Two full-time openings in my
Covington home for ages 2 years
& older. Call 937-570-0246

Valley Classifieds

AMISH CREW
Sam Schwartz wants any type of
carpenter work. Room additions,
roofs, foundation replacements,
restoration of buildings, etc. For
FREE
estimate,
call
260-701-8020.

FOR SALE OR RENT: Or possible lease option. Three bdrm.
home in Laura. Call for information.
937-470-7173
FOR RENT: Brand new 2 bdrm.
apt. Tenant pays utilities. No
smoking.
Rent:
$575.
937-418-1950

BROWN EGG-LAYING PULLETS: Versailles  937-526-4541
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supported. Upgrade to an
HP
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desktop.
Windows 7. 4GB Ram. 17”
monitor. DVD. $150 OBO.
Covington - 937-473-2705
SPECIAL!!! 1/2 pallet pricing. 40#
Rustbuster, $5.99 per bag. Delivered to your softener. New customers welcome. Pick up from our
warehouse also available. Northside
Salt,
Osgood.
419-733-3205
DAVIDSON POOLS SALE!
Hot tubs, pools, liners, chemicals,
auto. pool covers, recovered
billiard tables. 937-447-2605
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WANTED: Old motorcycles, minibikes, mopeds, 3-wheelers, or
4-wheelers. Running or not.
Covington
937-473-2705.
KJRIND01@hotmail.com
PIQUA DOG CLUB OBEDIENCE
CLASSES held Monday evenings
at NEW LOCATION: 695 W. Loy
Rd., Piqua. New session starts
August 18 thru Oct. 6. CGC testing available. 937-773-5170 or
www.piquadogclub.com
FOR SALE: Wheelchair, $150; ‘73
Starcraft pleasure boat. 140 I/O
MerCruiser. Good cond. $2,500.
937-417-7978
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YAKIMA BICYCLE RACK
Fits on top of car. Holds 4
bikes.
419-628-2638
(2) CEMETERY PLOTS: With
vaults. Miami Memorial Park,
Covington. “Garden of Prayer.”
Asking
$1,200
OBO.
937-667-6406. Leave message.

FOR SALE: 34”x46” dining table
with 6 chairs & (2) 12” leaves,
$100; twin beds, complete, brass
headboards & footboards, $40 ea.
or $75/set; kneehole desk with
chair, $35. 419-629-2663
FOR SALE: Parker-Dawson 26’
center cockpit sailboat. Inboard
diesel aux. Sleeps 5. Two heads.
Captive septic system. Galley
stove & sink. Water under pressure.
937-884-5102
TREADMILL, $20; loveseat, $20;
dorm refrig., $30; Surround
Sound system, $150; floor lamp,
$15; 7x7 dog cage, $180; washer
& dryer, $150. 937-676-2688

BIG SALE! Appliances; mowers;
gas grill; filing cabinet; sports
equipment; clothes; household
items; seasonal decorating; cedar
armoire; shelves; office chair;
door jamb; misc. items. Aug.
14-15, 9-? 700 N. Miami, West
Milton.
BARN SALE: 11535 Horatio Rd.,
Bradford.
Aug.
14-15-16.
8am-5pm Thurs. & Fri. 8-12 Sat.
Loft bed; refrig.; gas grill; lawn
furn.; washer; scroll saw; lots of
misc.

3-WHEEL BIKE: Basket on the
back. Green in color. Black cover.
Used 2 years. Asking $400.
419-629-2481

STATEWIDE
CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE: Love seat/sleeper
sofa, $50; recliner, $35; queen
bed, springs, mattress, frame,
headboard,
$100.
Call
419-733-8416

FOR RENT: West Milton area.
Three bdrm. ranch. One-car.
Fenced-in yard. Also, horse barn
for rent, with pasture. Storage
barn for equipment for rent.
937-698-5529
FOR RENT: Large farmhouse,
between Covington & Pleasant
Hill. No pets.
937-606-1104
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FOR RENT - COVINGTON: One
bdrml house in country. No pets.
937-473-2243

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WORKING ANTIQUE
GAS
HEATERS. QUAD 15, 3’ TALL,
$125. RADIANT CERAMIC, $50.
419-628-3158 OR 419-357-1944

‘89 FISH & SKI: 125HP MOTOR.
48#
THRUST
TROLLING
MOTOR. PURCHASED NEW.
GARAGE KEPT. $5,200. CALL
419-753-2336

FOR SALE BY OWNER: West
Milton. $58,900. Nice 1 bdrm.
house w/completely finished
detached garage. Privacy fencedin yard. Brand new lifetime warranty roof (warranty transferable
to buyer). New carpet & furnace.
Seller willing to help with closing
costs. 937-760-6991

SERVICES OFFERED: Individual personal services offered.
Assistance with appointments,
health care needs, errands.
Please
call
Yvonne
at
937-681-6797 for additional
information. Serving Miami, Shelby, Darke, & Auglaize Counties.

Garage Sales
MATTRESS WOW! New, in
plastic. With warranty. 14”
Profile mattress. No-flip pillowtop. Soft layers of comfort, providing superior support without any pressure
points. Luxurious cover.
Price includes FREE box
springs. Twin: $219. Full:
$237. Queen: $259. King:
$399.
We
deliver!
937-884-5455

FOR RENT • WEST MILTON
AREA: Two bdrm. apt. No pets
preferred.
Sewer/water/trash
included. $450. References
required.
937-470-7173

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1/28/15

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& COLLECTIBLES

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MEMORIES

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18 N. High St., Covington
937-542-9817
HOURS: Tues. thru Sat., 12-5

Driveways/Sidewalks/Patios
Foundations/Room Additions
Demolition/Concrete

BUSINESS SERVICE DIRECTORY

Your Guide To Services & Goods In The Stillwater Valley
GRAVEL & ASPHALT
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7:15-12:29

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937-698-1107
10/29/14

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DE H a R T
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emergency service available
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7/16/14 - 12/31/14

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mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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9:8-29

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4/2014 - 3/2015

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5/2/07-tfn

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or 937-448-6550
12:25-tfn

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TREE SERVICE
7374 Lehman
Greenville, Ohio 45331

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aNd REMOVaLS
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( 9 3 7) 5 4 7 - 09 2 2
( 937 ) 423 -2 190 cell
4/29/15

Roofing contractor l.l.c.

Roof Inspections • Free Estimates

Call
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I n Bus i ne s s Si nc e 19 54

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• 24-Hour Emergency Service •
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CONDITIONING

COOPER'S

7:12-tfn

9/24/14

2:28-tfn

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REMOVAL

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CONDITIONING

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TANKS

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Dryer Gas

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513-505-9028
2/26/14 - 11/5/14

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TANKS

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2:26-tfn

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11:8-tfn

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SERVICE

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EXCAVATION

APPLIANCE INSTALLATION

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8/27/14

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937-698-1107

minimum charge applied
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Per Lb. - Boneless

Ground
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Per Lb. - Bulk

Strip
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Bacon

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head

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3

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1

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Vine ripe

tomatoes

1

$ 49

Per Lb.

Colby

Per Lb. - Kahn’s

Bologna

Per Lb. - Farmland

Cooked

Cheese

2

ham

3

$ 69

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Per Lb.

Chicken

drumsticks

14

$

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