United Athletic Booster Club to meet
HANOVERTON - The United Athletic Booster Club meeting begins at 6 p.m. Monday in the high school library.
Columbiana County OSU picnic set
COLUMBIANA - The annual Columbiana County Ohio State University picnic begins at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 7 at Firestone Park, pavilion one. Those attending are to bring a coverdish to share. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided. For reservations call Judy Herron at 330-332-0518. All alumni, students, parents and friends of OSU are invited.
President Dr. Will Stamp announced that $500 will be given to one OSU student attending the picnic.
Sebring village-wide garage sale planned
SEBRING - The 13th annual village wide garage sale in Sebring will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 7, 8 and 9 at participating locations. This event is sponsored by the Sebring Division of the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce.
County Revitalization Committee to meet
LISBON - The Columbiana County Revitalization Committee meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 6 in the commissioner's meeting room at the courthouse, 105 S. Market St.
Kids Fun and Fishing Day planned
SALEM - The Salem Parks and Recreation Department is teaming with Water Education for Teachers (WET) and hosting "Kids Fun and Fishing Day at the Lake." The program will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Aug. 10 at the Salem City Lake (Salem Reservoir) from and is free to all kids ages 5 to 15.
The 30-minute active learning class will focus on water conservation, supply, uses, dependency and environmental concerns of our local water source. Members from the Salem City Water Department will provide information about the Salem Reservoir and explain how water gets from the Salem Reservoir to homes. After the fun and informative hands on learning activity has been completed, participating youth and their parents and/or legal guardians are invited to stay and enjoy an afternoon of fishing at the lake. Call Shane Franks at 330-332-5512 if you plan to attend.
ACH After Hours Care open weekends
ALLIANCE - Alliance Community Hospital's ACH After Hours Care continues to broaden access to services by announcing the addition of weekend hours. Starting today, patients can be seen from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"We are happy to be able to offer extended hours on the weekend to better serve the needs of our community," said Lori DiPanfilo, practice administrator. "We understand that illnesses and injuries are not planned and often occur when the patient's own physician office is closed."
ACH After Hours Care is a walk-in medical urgent care clinic that specializes in the prompt and efficient delivery of healthcare services for the treatment of minor injuries and illness. "We provide an alternative to waiting to making an appointment or a visit to the Emergency Room," DiPanfilo said.
An urgent care should be used when you or someone in your family is sick and you cannot wait for an appointment with your family physician, but are not life or limb threatening, including minor burns and lacerations, sprains and strains, cough, colds and sore throats, ear and sinus infections, allergic reactions, fever and flu, skin irritations and rashes, insect bites and stings, animal bites, broken bones (not complicated or life threatening), urinary tract infections, etc., sports and limited work physicals, and initial treatment of work-place injury (non-life threatening).
"We offer quality care at an affordable price that is comparable to a visit to the doctor's office," DiPanfilo said.
ACH After Hours Care is located at 2461 W. State St., Suite A. During the week, the clinic is open from 4 to 9 p.m. For more information call 330-596-6640 or visit achhosp.org.