By Michelle Miller Executive Director Gallia County Chamber of Commerce “The day I unlocked that door, put the key in and turned the key, here were my words, ‘Lord, you gave it to me. All I can do is ask that you bless it,’ and he has, for twenty years,” said Floral Fashions owner, Melvin…Details
Holzer Health System will host the Walk With a Doc walking program on Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 11 a.m. to Noon. Walkers will enjoy a refreshing walk that begins at the Holzer Therapy and Wellness Center, located at 735 Second Avenue, Gallipolis, Ohio, and continue around the Gallipolis City Park. The walk will feature…Details
By Morgan McKinniss – firstname.lastname@example.org MERCERVILLE — On Saturday morning 37 students from South Gallia High School received their diplomas, marking the end of the current chapter in their lives. This commencement of students was noteworthy, not just for the quality of the seniors or the prospects that lie ahead. This is the 20th graduating…Details
By Dean Wright – email@example.com BIDWELL — River Valley High School seniors bid farewell to their high school and took their first steps into the world as graduates as they moved onto their respective futures, Friday evening. River Valley Band played the traditional “Pomp and Circumstance” song which is so often accompanied with graduates marching…Details
By Morgan McKinniss – firstname.lastname@example.org CENTENARY — On Friday evening Gallia Academy High School graduated 146 seniors. Commencement began at 7 p.m. promptly with a welcome and address by Gallipolis City Schools Superintendent Roger Mace. Present were the administrative staff of GAHS, as well as the school board members. Joining them on stage was the…Details
By Dean Wright – email@example.com GALLIPOLIS — Ohio Valley Christian School seniors gathered for the last time as students before taking their next steps into the world as graduates during their graduation ceremony Saturday afternoon at First Baptist Church and Ohio Valley Christian School. According to information provided by Ohio Valley Christian Administrator Patrick O’Donnell,…Details
The Earl Neff Pediatric Fund at Holzer continues to be supported enthusiastically by area businesses and organizations. The Pediatric Fund, in existence for over 45 years, has supplied needed toys, equipment and entertainment to the thousands of pediatric patients who have received care on Holzer Gallipolis Medical Center’s Inpatient Pediatric Unit.