3rd Tuesday of the month at Town Hall immediately following the Village of South Charleston Commission Meeting.
In conjunction with the South Charleston Bicentennial Celebration, the South Charleston United Methodist Church is in the process of starting to compile a registry of veterans from the South Charleston area. We want to get information on veterans who have served our country as far back as colonial days to present. If you are a veteran and would like to be included in this registry or you know of someone who should be included, please send the information the church email address at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail the information to the church at Box G. We would like the following info: name of veteran, branch of service, conflict served during or the years of service or theatre of service, and any other pertinent info that you would like included in the registry. Thank you for the help with this project.
2015 Ohio Festival Schedule
Click on the link below to see a list of Ohio festivals along with their dates.
A Walking Tour of Historical Churches is scheduled for 2 PM on Sunday, April 12, 2015. Participants will meet at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 31 South Chillicothe Street. The walking tour will continue to the First Presbyterian Church and conclude at the South Charleston United Methodist Church.
The event is free, but tickets are requested so that we can be prepared for the number of participants. Tickets are available at the three churches, the Houston Library, and the Charleston Pharmacy.
Sunday June 14th - The Champion City Reapers vs. The Ohio Village Muffins
The Champion City Reapers vs. The Ohio Village Muffins will play baseball according to 1860 rules. This promises to be an afternoon of great family fun. If your organization would like to provide food or drinks for sale, please contact Rick Burton at 937.462.7417 or Sue Mattinson at 937.462.8038.
2014 Year-End Police Activity Report
Check out the 2014 year-end South Charleston Police Activity Report by clicking on the link below.
If you would like to advertise a community event,
937.462.8888 and we will be happy to advertise it on our website.
Clark County has instituted WARN - Wide Area Rapid Notification
System - an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for
emergency notifications. The system allows us to telephone all, or only
targeted areas of the county in the event of emergency situations or
critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices,
bioterrorism alerts, boil-water notices, chemical spills, or missing
You can register for the service by calling the Clark County EMA at
937.521.2179 or click on the link below:
Cheap Online Colleges - This site provides a
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information is very valuable to today's students who are not only
dealing with a more competitive higher ed environment, but also with
the rising costs associated with them.
Courses - The site is a free and comprehensive resource that is a
collection of open college course that spans videos, audio lectures,
and notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton and MIT. It
aggregates the best available open courseware for students and
professionals, all in a conveniently searchable online courseware
Madison Township has the responsibility for and jurisdiction
over our local EMS and Fire Department. The Village lies within Madison
Township and the Madison Township Fire & EMS serve Village
residents. But Village government and officials have no managing
authority whatsoever over the EMS or Fire Departments.
Questions and concerns can be directed to our elected Township
Trustees and Fiscal Officer. Contact information is available at: