Airport Commission cancels meeting
The Airport Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20 is being canceled due to a lack of topics for discussion. The next meeting will be in January 2017.
Soup for the Soul Social
Bellpoint United Methodist Church will host a soup for the soul social Oct. 20 from 4:30-7:00 p.m.
The menu includes four homemade soups: bean soup, chili, vegetable and chicken noodle. Cornbread and desserts also provided.
It will be a time of food, fellowship and fun, organizers said. The location is 4771 State Route 257 S., Delaware.
Environmental law training set
Delaware County law enforcement officers, prosecutors, sanitarians, solid waste professionals, and city and county officials are invited to an informative workshop that details the illegal side of littering, scrap metal theft and safety surrounding meth labs.
The workshop will be on Nov. 4 at Genoa Township Hall in Westerville with a registration cost of $35. Attendees will learn more about the laws and effects that littering, including illegal dumping and scrap tire dumps, has on the quality of life and on taxpayer dollars.
Lunch will be provided for attendees along with Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Continuing Legal Education (CLEs). Registered sanitarians and sanitarians in training can receive 5.0 CEUs; solid waste professionals can receive 5.0 CEUs and legal professionals can receive 5.0 CLEs.
This workshop is provided in part by Keep Ohio Beautiful and Keep Delaware County Beautiful, both affiliates of Keep America Beautiful.
Bread & Puppet Theater at OWU
Bread & Puppet Theater, currently on a Midwest tour, will perform in Gray Chapel (University Hall) on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus on Monday at 7 p.m. The self-described socially conscious and politically active troupe will perform “Underneath the Above Show,” inspired by the elections.
According to Wikipedia, “the name Bread & Puppet is derived from the theater’s practice of sharing its own fresh bread, served for free with aioli, with the audience of each performance as a means of creating community.”