April 2015
9:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

Southview Park Bellefontaine

Come dressed in your best Mardi Gras outfit

Free Registration 9:00—9:45 a.m.

Pre Walk Warm Up 9:45 a.m.

10:00 Walk

Free T-shirt/Pedometers while supplies last

Beads for each lap completed

Food Pantry Day and $5 Clothing Bag Sale
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Food Pantry Day and $5 Clothing Bag Sale  in West Mansfield

Where: Give and Take Thrift and Pantry
Address: 115 S. Main Street
City:  West Mansfield, 43358
**Pantry Times:10 am to 12 noon

**BAG SALE begins at 9 am until 12 noon. All proceeds benefit the food pantry. Clean, fashionable, and plenty of name brand clothing for the entire family at a HUGE savings.
***Food Pantry open every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. Please like us on Facebook for updates and information. "Give and Take Thrift and Pantry"



For more information:
Stacy Carpenter
(937) 935-6788
American Red Cross Lifesaving Courses
1:30 PM - 1:00 AM

American Red Cross Lifesaving Courses

Adult and pediatric first aid, CPR and AED courses are scheduled for Saturday, April 25 in Troy

 The weather is getting nicer, which means it’s time to start the springtime activities such as mowing the lawn, gardening, grilling and kids playing on the playground. But consider this:

  • 70,000 people are injured annually mowing their lawn
  • 200,000 children are injured annually on playgrounds
  • 30,000 people are injured annually falling off ladders

 Spring can be dangerous! Who knew? Fortunately, The American Red Cross has the answer. Adult and pediatric first aid, CPR and AED courses are being offered in Troy on Saturday, April 25, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Northern Miami Valley Chapter at 1314 Barnhart Rd.

 Signing up is easy—just go to RedCross.org—and then you can rest easy knowing you will be able to help your neighbor who is firing up his grill for the first time, or the child who is bleeding from falling off the monkey bars. This spring, you will be more than ready for the nice weather; you’ll be trained for safety.

 In addition to the classroom lessons, the course includes a pre-class learning component. Rather than the standard “read and take a multiple-choice quiz” formula, the Red Cross took a page from the Xbox and Wii generation and students now use an interactive, animated, virtual learning formula. In short, they learn the basics of saving a life by playing a game in which they must respond to a real-life emergency. This is the first course using the simulation learning.

 The courses result in a two-year Red Cross certification. The prices for the courses range from $55 to $85, depending on the courses chosen. Advanced registration is required. To register for a class or find more information, call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit redcross.org/take-a-class.

Community Charity Basketball Game Tour
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

This Saturday, Apr. 25, Benjamin Logan will be hosting a fundraiser basketball game with the Driven Foundation where 12 former Ohio State Football players will be playing basketball and also signing autographs for all fans in attendance.  The game will begin at 3:00pm in the High School Gym and Benjamin Logan will be working with the Logan County Board of Developmental Disabilities to benefit their local organization.  Other community members will also be playing against and with the former Buckeye's.  All Tickets are $5 at the door and you may bring items for the former Buckeye Football players to sign.  Make plans to attend the game, enjoy the fun, and get autographs of former Buckeyes at 3:00pm this Saturday, Apr. 25 at Benjamin Logan High School.

Zanesfield Petanque Club Spring Soirée
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Zanesfield Petanque Club Spring Soirée 

Fundraising Dinner & Social Event Hosted by Myeerah's Inn

Come play the exciting activity of petanque in a fun and relaxed environment on Saturday, April 25th. Enjoy an evening of pétanque, food, and friendship. 
Participants will meet at 5:00 at the Hall-Fawcett Park in Zanesfield, where newcomers will learn more about the enjoyable game of pétanque. Boules will be provided for those who need them. Afterward, 6:30pm participants will be treated to a Country French Dinner at Myeerah's Inn in Zanesfield (within walking distance from the courts), where everyone is sure to enjoy an entertaining evening full of laughs and good cheer. After dinner you're welcome to return to the courts under the lights for more social petanque games. 

Cost: $20 (Cash or check only)

Menu for the event
Green Garden Salad w/ toast & mint infused fresh cheese w/ classic vinaigrette

Entree Pork loin served w/ calvados brandy cream sauce (Chicken can be substituted please let the Joan know at time of reservation.)
Oven brown potato & fresh vegetable 
French bread
Chocolate gateau w/ ice cream
Strawberry/Raspberry torte (fresh berries / whip cream / fruit / almond garnish 
Water, Tea, & Coffee included
Beer & Wine available for an additional cost.

Proceeds go towards The Zanesfield Petanque Club projects.

Everyone attending will be receive a small gift.

Reservations need to be made by April 20th.

Call Joan Failor for reservations 937-593-0000
You MUST CALL to reserve a spot for this event. Space is very limited.

Thanks for your support.

For more information:
Justin Bo Johns
(900) 000-0000