Food For The Hungry’s 2018 Snowflake Gala, held Friday evening at the Kenyon Athletic Center, proved to be a night of good fun aimed at helping do good for those in need in Knox County.
Next spring, the Knox County community will feel a religious revival as the reviveOHIO Knox County gathering helps educate area Christians about “equipping the saints for the return of Christ.”
Since 2010, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, through United Way, has been providing Knox County children, up to age 5, with their very own library of books.
Just a few months shy of a year since Siemens announced that they would be closing operations down at the Mount Vernon plant, the Area Development Foundation is still hard at work looking for prospective end-users.
For many children, young and old, there is no finer toy than a doll, and one Centerburg woman has made it her year-round passion to ensure that every child, regardless of their family’s income, can have a beautiful doll for Christmas.
For the last 18 years, community members from Mount Vernon and beyond, no matter their circumstances, have had a place to go for a Thanksgiving meal, thanks largely to one family.
For many parents, speaking with other parents revolves around their children’s achievements, but for parents of children who struggle with mental illness it can be difficult to find a source of support that will understand the achievements their child makes each day in dealing with their illnesses.
Serve The Burg, a quarterly day of service helping community members and improving community spaces, will be held for the fall quarter Sunday, Nov. 18, starting at 9 a.m. Volunteers should report to the Centerburg Elementary School cafeteria, 207 S. Preston St. in Centerburg, at 9 a.m. to register for a service project and grab donuts fresh from The Burg Cafe and Bakery.
With the holiday season fast approaching, it is time once again for the annual Centerburg Community Thanksgiving Service hosted by Centerburg United Methodist Church for its 12th year Sunday, Nov. 18, starting at 6:30 p.m.