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Fairfield Today with Paul Jassogne

Fairfield Today: Cruise-In and Car Show & Memorial Day Parade

Posted byPaul Jassogne on Tuesday, May 21, 2024

This week, Paul welcomes Bryan Courtright, President of the Lancaster Old Car Club, and they talk about the upcoming Cruise-In and Car Show, Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, 2nd, at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds. Later, Mary Austin stops by to catch up with Paul and go over the details regarding the Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony on Monday, May 27th in downtown Lancaster. Continue Reading Fairfield Today: Cruise-In and Car Show & Memorial Day Parade

Fairfield Today with Paul Jassogne

Fairfield Today: The Garret Players & ADAMH Annual Fundraiser

Posted byPaul Jassogne on Tuesday, May 14, 2024

This week, Paul is joined by Cathy Bitler and Penny Wasem of the Garret Players. They discuss their upcoming performance, “The Savannah Sipping Society,” May 17th-19th on the 3rd floor of the Fairfield Co District Library. Cathy talks about directing and gives an overview of the play, while Penny talks about making her debut in the Garret Players, going right into her first performance with the group. Later, Fairfield Co ADAMH Public Relations Director Jackie Howard stops by to promote their Annual Dinner and Fundraising Event held at the Wigwam Center on May 21st. Continue Reading Fairfield Today: The Garret Players & ADAMH Annual Fundraiser

Child spraying water from hose, helped by Lancaster Firefighter at Kids & Cops Day

8th Annual Kids & Cops Day – More Fun!

Posted byB. Kreig Prior on Sunday, May 12, 2024

The Lancaster Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association, in collaboration with Ohio University Law Enforcement Technology and the Lancaster Police Department, is proud to announce the return of “Kids and Cops Day,” an interactive and educational event aimed at fostering positive relationships between children and law enforcement personnel. This family-friendly event will take place on Saturday, May 18, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus, 1570 Granville Pike. Continue Reading 8th Annual Kids & Cops Day – More Fun!

Spray of pink Lisianthus flowers.

Why Buy Flowers from Local Growers?

Posted byLauren Ketcham on Saturday, May 04, 2024

People have always picked flowers for décor, cultural and spiritual practices. But, the modern flower industry’s emphasis on high-volume, low-cost production has reduced this tradition to a commodity resulting in flowers grown, transported, sold, and used with little regard for their environmental and social cost. Learn more about why local is better from Lauren Ketcham, grower at Down the Road Farm in New Lexington, OhioContinue Reading Why Buy Flowers from Local Growers?

Fairfield Today with Paul Jassogne

Fairfield Today: Book About Lancaster Sales & Community Days Festival

Posted byPaul Jassogne on Saturday, May 04, 2024

This week, Paul sits down with local author Pam Croft, as she talks about her latest book, “Give A Little Bit: When Are You Coming Back?” She talks about her time working at Lancaster Sales, and what it was like to work with consummate business man Fred Hillman, . Later, Lancaster Ohio Community Days Festival Chairman Eric Keener stops by to talk with Paul about the upcoming Community Days Festival, and to discuss a few changes that have been made to guarantee people get the most out of their experience. Continue Reading Fairfield Today: Book About Lancaster Sales & Community Days Festival

2023 - 2024 members of the Fairfield County Foundation's Youth Advisory Council standing together.

$15,000 in Grants Awarded by Fairfield County Foundation Youth Advisory Committee

Posted byJill Buterbaugh on Saturday, May 04, 2024

The Fairfield County Foundation’s Board of Trustees and the Youth Advisory Committee of 2023-2024 recently awarded grants totaling $15,000 from the George and Dollie L. Zimpfer Memorial Fund to 12 nonprofit organizations. The Youth Advisory Committee was created to empower Fairfield County high school students through leadership and community service. Continue Reading $15,000 in Grants Awarded by Fairfield County Foundation Youth Advisory Committee