• The September meeting of the Morrow County Genealogical Society Sept. 26, at the shelter house of the Pleasant Grove Church of Christ, located 7197 County Road 46, Mount Gilead. The program entitled What’s in a Name? will be presented by Janet and Dan Rhodebeck. What makes your name unique? Learn about the history behind some Morrow County names. 2 p.m. and open to the public. All COVID guidelines and social distancing will be observed.
• Headwaters Outdoor Education Center, Discovering Nature, Sept. 24 and Oct. 8, Oct. 1 or 15, 10:15 a.m.; replaces the WEE Discover preschool program this fall. For young children and an adult. Small group activities and a packet of ideas and crafts to take home.
• Saturday, Sept. 26, 2 p.m., hike along Headwater’s beautiful trails and learn about amazing hunting dogs (Mike Fry), wild turkeys (Lookers-Wild Turkey Federation), fishing and casting (HOEC & Tyler Butler-Terradise), archery, mammals/wild life (James Anderson – Marion County Parks), and more. Other presenters will include members of the Conservation Club and Morrow County Sheriff’s Department. Families and dogs welcome; dogs must be on leashes and picked up after. Water stations will be provided. Because of the pandemic, family units will be kept together and spread out across the different stations.
Some government meetings and service clubs and organizations are being held virtually, while others have been postponed. Please consult with your village, township, school board, etc. for details.
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