5 local things to know on Friday

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The local Oakwood man who was sentenced last week for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in January 2015, is expected to be released by Sept 2. Turner was sentenced to six months in county jail with early release possible in three months for good behavior.

2. Woman sentenced in infant dog mauling case 

Yesterday, a woman was sentenced to three years in prison after her dog fatally attacked and mauled a 7-month-old. Kimiko Hardy had warning that her dog was aggressive as it had attacked a postal carrier, according to Montgomery County assistant prosecutor Karen Groseth.

3. Local Chick-fil-A to give away $1,000 a day in free food

A local Chick-fil-A plans to shut its doors for 30 days for a $1 million renovation. During this time employees will focus on service projects to give back to the community.

Chick-fil-a
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Chick-fil-a

4. Pregnancy Resource Clinic celebrates grand opening at new location 

The Pregnancy Resource Clinic of Clark County will open its doors on Sunday to the public. This facility will provide free medical services such as pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, and nurse consultations.

5. 3 things to do this weekend

Blind Bob's patio
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Blind Bob's patio

Veronica Collins, Conor Bouffioux (cq) and Kavin Shah (cq), all of Dayton, have a drink on the patio at Blind Bob’s in the Oregon District on Wednesday, May 1.CHRIS STEWART / STAFF

The Story Changes, 9 p.m.

Blind Bob’s on Fifth Street will experience The Story Changes, a local punk band. They will be joined by two other bands: Bribing Senators and Move Home.

Cost: Free

Funny Bone

Funny Bone Logo, (at The Greene)

Dave Coulier, 7:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.

The actor- comedian will perform at The Funny Bone Comedy Club at The Greene Friday and Saturday.

Cost: $22-$52

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festival

Wayne Shelly of Vandalia finds himself in the funhouse with daughters Madeline, 7, (left) and Allison, 5, on Father's Day, June 20, at the St. Christopher Festival, on East National Road in Vandalia. The three-day festival that wrapped up Sunday featured carnival rides, games, music, bingo, raffles, a garage sale, food and more. Jan Underwood

St. Christopher Festival, 6 p.m. – midnight

This annual event and St. Christopher Catholic Church features games, rides, craft beer and live entertainment.  This event will take place through the weekend.

Cost: Free