Edison library accepts food for fines
Edison Community College’s Library is launching a new “Food for Fines” program this summer.
The program offers amnesty for long-overdue materials, in exchange for a donation of food. Each item donated equates to $1.
The donated food will be turned over to the Bethany Center in Piqua.
The library asks that donations include only shelf-stable foods, such as canned fruits, vegetables and meats, soups, cereals, boxed meals, pasta, peanut butter and jelly. Home-canned items, opened foods or foods past their expiration dates will not be accepted.
Collection boxes are set up at the main desk at the Edison Library, 1973 Edison Drive, Piqua.
Students can find out the amount of their outstanding fines by calling 937- 778-7950. STAFF REPORT
Justice Kennedy to deliver keynote speech
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon L. Kennedy will deliver the keynote speech at the Troy Rotary Club’s meeting at noon today at Troy Country Club, 1830 Peters Road.
Justice Kennedy is to discuss Rotary’s Four-Way Test and the founding of America.
For more information, go to www.troyohiorotary.org. STAFF REPORT
WACO museum is Park-N-Ride location
The WACO Air Museum is once again a Park–N-Ride location for convenient and stress-free parking for the Strawberry Festival, which is being held June 6-7.
While attending the festival, visitors can take the ride of a lifetime in an open cockpit bi-plane and get a bird’s eye view of the festivities. Certificates can be purchased online or in the gift shop at the museum.
For more information, call the museum at 937-335-9226. STAFF REPORT
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