MOUNT GILEAD — Marlene and Steve Renick have been students and teachers of Tai Chi for 16 years. They have been teaching for the Morrow County Community Center (MCCC) for four years and continue this fall with classes at Trinity United Methodist Church in Mount Gilead. Class participants appreciate the health and healing benefits of Tai Chi. Anne Cotton says the exercises and movements are good for increasing strength and mobility.
MOUNT GILEAD — Heather Brooke-Ryan and her three-year-old daughter Avery found themselves stranded in a rain storm on a Newark, New Jersey, airport tarmac last month. They had already boarded the Republic Airlines plane when a 20-minute delay was extended indefinitely. Heather said the plane was “packed” and Avery was the only child on the evening flight to Columbus.
MOUNT GILEAD — Drug and Alcohol Awareness and Prevention Chairman Ben McDay spoke about ways DAAP members like Jodi Hayes of United Way had helped the group and how members could work together. “Our vision is to have unity in Morrow County and have everyone have a seat at the table. We want to know each other,” said McDay as he encouraged those attending the annual DAAP luncheon to get to know each other.
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Selecting a term
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