Three-day summer day camp
Family Recovery Center’s Education Department will hold a three-day summer day camp at the Columbiana Metropolitan Housing Authority’s Independence Square location for children in Wellsville and surrounding communities from 10 a.m. to noon today through Friday. The event will offer children fun and unique experiences with an opportunity for social emotional development, to meet new friends, discover new interests and create summer memories.
The Family Recovery Center’s Education Department will have prevention educators on site to meet children at the Independence Square playground. Although activities are geared to elementary and preschool ages, children of all ages are welcome.
Free games, activities and snacks will be offered to all children in attendance.
“This is an exciting and fun way for our prevention educators to stay active and involved with the children in our community during the summer. Typically they are implementing the Aiming High prevention education curriculum in the classroom during the school year and this offers them a way to stay connected with the children during the summer months,” says Joe Rawson, director of education and prevention services at Family Recovery Center.
Efforts are funded by the Columbiana County Mental Health & Recovery Services Board, and no preregistration is needed.
For more information, families can visit the Education Department’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/FRCEducation.
Sportsmen Club to hold CCW class
The Chester-Newell Sportsmen Club, 131 Gas Valley Road, Georgetown, Pa. (just past Oak Glen High School between WV Route 8 and Pa Route 168) will hold a CCW concealed carry class at 9 a.m. July 31 with an NRA certified instructor. The class is good for Ohio and West Virginia residents (West Virginia resident permits are reciprocal with Ohio and Pennsylvania. Cost is $75 and participants must bring a defensive type of handgun and a minimum of 25 rounds of ammo. To pre-register call or text 330-383-1886 or 304-374-5587.
Grant Street Church to officially open
The Grant Street Church officially opens its doors Monday, Aug. 23 with a seven-day revival.
According to its overseer Cecenya Douglas, she has been working on a total renovation of the former Church of God building, which is located at 431 Grant St.
The revival, called the Seven Churches of Asia, will begin every night at 7 p.m. More information will be forthcoming about that event.
Currently, the church is operating Malachi’s Closet, which is a clothing ministry for all tri-state area residents, and hosting its discussion night at 6 p.m. every Friday. For anyone needing further information about Malachi’s Closet, contact 304-919-0961.
Hunting education class
A hunter education class will be held from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 10-12 at Chester-Newell Sportsmen Club131 Gas Valley Road, Georgetown, Pa. (just past Oak Glen High School between WV Route 8 and Pa Route 168). The class is free and open to the public, good in all 50 states.
Students must attend all three days, and be 10 years old by the end of class. Students who took the online class may take the hands on and written test Aug. 12. Students 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older.
Pre-registration is required by logging onto www.register-ed.com or by cell phone https://register-ed.com/programs/westvirginia/189. If no internet access is available, call or text 304-374-5587.
The class is limited to 30, and walk ins will be accepted if class room permits.
For information on West Virginia’s program, go to www.wvdnr.gov and go to the hunting section and then hunter education.