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Circleville Police Department School Resource officer David McIntyre has been named one of five finalists for the 2019 United Way of Pickaway County Community Impact Award. Thomas was nominated and selected for the distinction as the result of a community-wide search launched this past June to identify and highlight members of the community going above and beyond to make Pickaway County a great place to live.    For David McIntyre, every day is...
Circleville Presbyterian Church Community Kitchen volunteer Alice Harker has been named one of five finalists for the 2019 United Way of Pickaway County Community Impact Award. Harker was nominated and selected for the distinction as the result of a community-wide search launched this past June to identify and highlight members of the community going above and beyond to make Pickaway County a great place to live.    At the conclusion of three...
Pickaway County Community Foundation (PCCF) executive director, Jan Shannon, has been named one of five finalists for the 2019 United Way of Pickaway County Community Impact Award. Shannon was nominated and selected for the distinction as the result of a community-wide search launched this past June to identify and highlight members of the community going above and beyond to make Pickaway County a great place to live.    Shannon is in her third...
United Way Community Impact Award Finalist - Deputy Dale Thomas   Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Dale Thomas has been named one of five finalists for the 2019 United Way of Pickaway County Community Impact Award. Thomas was nominated and selected for the distinction as the result of a community-wide search launched this past June to identify and highlight members of the community going above and beyond to make Pickaway County a great...
  Heartland Hospice volunteer David Williams has been named one of five finalists for the 2019 United Way of Pickaway County Community Impact Award. Williams was nominated and selected for the distinction as the result of a community-wide search launched this past June to identify and highlight members of the community going above and beyond to make Pickaway County a great place to live.    Williams is in his fourth year volunteering in hospice...
Harker, McIntyre, Shannon, Thomas, and Williams named finalists for  2019 United Way Community Impact Award   Today, the United Way of Pickaway County would like to announce the five finalists for the 2019 United Way Community Impact Award: Alice Harker, Officer David McIntyre, Jan Shannon, Deputy Dale Thomas, and David Williams. These five individuals were nominated and selected as the result of a community-wide search launched this past June...
Press Release Contact: Sam Neill, Public Information Officer Phone: (740) 477 – 9667 ext. 236 Email: sneill@pchd.org Date: August 22, 2019 For Immediate Release   2-1-1 Connecting Pickaway Residents to Help   2-1-1 Strives to Connect Pickaway County Residents to the Help They Need Pickaway County Public Health, in collaboration with Ohio Health, Pickaway County Community Foundation, The Savings Bank and the United Way of Pickaway County is...
Our partner program at PICCA invites you to "Hop on the bus!" On Tuesday's and Thursday's each week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., PICCA transit is offering flexible point bus service between Ashville and South Bloomfield in Pickaway County. According to the organization, flex routes refer to "a deviated point route, keeps a regular and hourly scheduled route, but can deviate from the route to pickup or drop off passengers along the way to almost any...
For immediate release Contact: Evan Debo Communications Director United Way of Pickaway County 740-601-7260     United Way of Pickaway County awards Haven House with $5,350 funding award   The United Way of Pickaway County has awarded the Haven House a funding award in the amount of $5,350.   Last year the Haven House assisted 53 homeless women and 75 children averaging 38 nights per stay with each family within their care at the shelter....
Circleville - Subzero temperatures. High winds. Inches of snow. Old man winter has sure made itself known this January after a quiet December and along with it, school cancellations. But for many working families, their place of employment rarely closes leaving parents and guardians in an early morning scramble for child care before they need to get out the door to safely navigate icy roads. One community staple that is always open to families...

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