Last Thursday, in conjunction with the Perry County Fair, several officials from New Lexington City School District, along with representatives from Hocking College and other dignitaries gathered at the barn located next to Fairview Assisted Living on SR. 37 where it was announced the wheels are in full motion for the New Appalachian Farmstead Learning Center.This collaboration with NLSD and Hocking College began shortly after Betty Young was named president of the college.
For those who are seeking a starting point to recovery from addiction of alcohol/drugs, Perry County will soon have a safe place for them.Perry Behavioral Health Choices, Inc. Executive Director Theressa Snyder made the announcement last week the agency had purchased the former Beckett Video building at 511 North Main St. in New Lexington for $96,000.
The rich tradition of the Homemakers building will be opened during the Perry County Fair starting Monday, July 17 and will continue through Saturday, July 22.One of the displays that organizers say, “Where tradition and modern meet with a little fun competition,” is at the Homemakers building, which is located next to the fair office.The Homemakers building shows and displays years of learning and growing from a high school art or FFA non-livestock projects to 90 year old Edytha Blosser of...
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