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Public/public events in Clinton County include the following. Email your public comments to [email protected]

Thursday, Nov. 3

Clinton County Quilters The guild welcomes Moda fabric designer Deb Strain to present a program at the guild meeting, 7pm Nov. 3 at the Assembly of God Church, 609 W. Locust St., Wilmington. Her fabrics and designs will be available for purchase. There is nothing to do, it is open to the public.

Booklovers Blanchester book discussion group at 7 pm Thursday, Nov. 3 at Blanchester Public Library, 110 N. Broadway St., discussing “Black Cake” by Charmaine Wilkerson. Anyone interested in participating can call the library at (937) 783-3585 to obtain a copy. New members are welcome and encouraged to join.

Saturday, Nov

Kiwanis Club of Wilmington spaghetti lunch 11 am-2 pm at Faith Lutheran Church, 421 E. Vine St. Can be purchased by members or at the door: $10 adults; $5 children under 5. Proceeds benefit local opportunities for children of all ages.

• Status in support of Ukraine – public invitation noon-1 p.m. Saturday, corner of Locust and South South Streets, Wilmington. rain or shine. Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (ACT) and the Empathy Surplus Network USA, support, empower brands that promote freedom, democracy, and peace. Limited number of tokens available per site.

Sunday, Nov. 6

Senior year concert for all who have served in the US military at 3 pm Sunday, Nov. 6 at Wilmington Church of Christ, 909 W. Locust St., was performed by the Unified Christian Men’s Chorus as well as a women’s quartet. Free and open to the public; no reservations required. Special recognition will be given to all who served during the Vietnam era, and each will be presented with a special hat commemorating their service. The main entrance is at the back of the church, which is handicap accessible.

Monday, Nov. 7

3M (Monday Morning Men’s Club) in Cape May – at 9 am on Monday, guest speaker News Journal Sports Editor Mark Huber. All senior citizens in Clinton County were invited. Free continental breakfast, compliments of Cape May. If you have any questions, contact Bill Martin at [email protected] or 937-725-6585.

Tuesday, Nov. 8

East Clinton High School/FFA Veterans Day Annual Meeting at ECHS Tuesday, November 8. All veterans are invited – arrive at the school beginning at 8 a.m. for breakfast or 8:45 for four assembly. The program starts at 9 am and lasts about an hour.

Wednesday, Nov. 9

Wilmington community blood drive hosted monthly by CMH Regional Health System noon-6:30 pm Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 610 West Main St. Everyone who registers to donate at the Community Blood Center October 31 through December 31 will receive a navy knit Blood Donor Beanie. Make an appointment online at www.DonorTime.com, call 937-461-3220, or use the new Donor Time application.

Friday, Nov. 11

Clinton County Veterans Day Program 10 a.m. Friday, November 11, Veterans Memorial at the corner of E. Main and S. Walnut streets, Wilmington. The guest speaker is Class of 2000 Ohio Military Hall of Fame inductee Terry Kerr, SMSgt., US Air Force (Ret.).

Veterans Day Program hosted by Wilmington FFA Chapter/WHS Music Dept. Programs begin at 10am until 11am in the Wilmington Middle School gymnasium. Veterans and their families are invited to attend; RSVP to Ms. Gabrielle Cooper by email [email protected] or call and leave a message at 937-283-7254.

Murphy Theater tribute to veterans: ‘Patton’ – the amazing movie starring George C. Scott – shows FREE for all adults and their spouses, and $10 for general admission to the general public. Sponsored by Ohio Living Cape May.

Women Religious Celebrate World Organization Day Friday, November 18 in the social room of Lees Creek United Church of Christ, 57 Cox Road. Registration starts at 1pm with a meeting at 1:30pm The church is accessible.

Saturday, Nov. 12

26 Years of Christmas in the Country in Clinton-Massie 10 am-4 pm Saturday, November 12 at Clinton-Massie Middle School featuring over 90 local artists and vendors. The “fee” of entry is one non-perishable food item and proceeds are donated to the food pantry and Falcon Packs.

• The Stranger — Billy Joel Tribute featuring Mike Santoro 7:30 pm Saturday, November 12 at the Murphy Theatre. For more information or to reserve your tickets, visit www.themurphytheatre.org or call 937-382-3643 or email [email protected]

• Status in support of Ukraine – public invitation noon-1 p.m. Saturday, corner of Locust and South South Streets, Wilmington. rain or shine. Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (ACT) and the Empathy Surplus Network USA, support, empower brands that promote freedom, democracy, and peace. Limited number of tokens available per site.

Monday, Nov. 14

Wilmington Expressives Toastmasters Club Entertainment 6-7:30 pm Monday, Nov. 14. Admission is free, at the Wilmington Public Library (Kirk Room), or https://us02web.zoom.us/s/7592114266. Six entertainers will share jokes. A panel discussion will reveal their unique ways of incorporating humor into lectures, presentations, and everyday conversations.

November 17-19

Wilmington College Theater presents ‘Urinetown The Musical’ Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Hugh G. Heiland Theater. Tickets at wc.booktix.com or for assistance call the box office at 937-481-2267 from 9am-noon or 1-4pm

Friday, Nov. 18

Annual Soup and Chili Luncheon to benefit Clinton County Housing 11 am-1 pm Friday, Nov. 18 in the Moyer Community Room, Wilmington Municipal Building. Lunch includes homemade soup, chili, dessert and beverage; value of any donation at the door. There are four types of soup and seek out (try them all!): Chicken noodle, potato, vegetable, plus chili, various desserts, coffee, decaf, lemon and water.

Saturday, Nov. 19

• Annual H0liDazzle and Light Show Saturday, November 19 with activities and shopping all day and a parade starting at 7 pm from the square east on Main Street through downtown and ending at East Main and Lincoln Streets.

Friends of Clarksville 1st Annual Family Fest Chili Cook Off 4-7 pm Saturday, November 19 at Vernon Township Hall, 228 E. Main St., Clarksville. Includes games for kids, raffle bags, cake and cupcakes for sale, music, kiddie goodie walk and Save the Jail t-shirts for sale. All proceeds go to Clarksville Prison Rehabilitation.

Monday, Nov. 21

3M (Monday Morning Men’s Club) in Cape May -at 9 a.m. Monday, guest speaker Pamela Walker-Bauer, Clinton County Health Commissioner. All senior citizens in Clinton County were invited. Free continental breakfast, courtesy of Cape May. If you have any questions, contact Bill Martin at [email protected] or 937-725-6585.



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