Greene County news

CEDARVILLE

Commissioners to hold town hall meeting

The Greene County Board of Commissioners will hold a “Town Hall” meeting on June 2 for residents of Cedarville and the surrounding area.

The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at the Cedarville University Center for Biblical and Theological Studies, room 101. Cedarville University is located at 251 N Main Street in Cedarville.

Parking will be available near the building.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, commissioners will consider questions in writing if submitted to the Clerk of the Board and received by Thursday. Questions may be sent to the commissioners’ offices located at 35 Greene St., Xenia, Ohio 45385 or to lmock@co.greene.oh.us. SHARAHN BOYKIN

XENIA

Greene County residents urged to take survey

The steering committee of the Greene County Community Needs Assessment Project has launched Phase IV of a five-phase Community Needs Assessment Process to determine the needs and strengths of Greene County’s Health & Human Services Network.

Numerous nonprofit agencies, government entities, schools, religious organizations and other health and human service providers have come together to conduct a county wide assessment and would like the general public’s assistance in helping to identify areas that should be focused on to make Greene County a better place to live.

The survey, which is completely anonymous, will help the steering committee determine where best to allocate collective resources.

Residents can take the survey online by going to the county’s website, at www.co.greene.oh.us and looking under “county news.” DIANA BLOWERS, CONTRIBUTING WRITER

FAIRBORN

American Legion hosting dinner tonight

The Fairborn American Legion is hosting a dinner tonight to help raise money for the organization.

The doors open at 5 p.m. and the cost of dinner is $10. Dinner includes the choice of broasted chicken breast, broasted pork chops or broasted chicken wings, as well as broasted potato wedges, homemade cole slaw and rolls.

For more information, call 937-878-3191. STEVEN MATTHEWS

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