The Renaissance Family Center of Windham Ohio Inc., in cooperation with Faithful Servants Care Center, Kent State University and University Hospitals Portage Medical Center in Ravenna, will bring the people of Windham and surrounding communities a free medical clinic with a target opening date of early October.
Renaissance Family Center's mission is "to keep and enhance the quality of life for families of Windham and surrounding communities through services, stewardship of resources and shared responsibility."
More information will be brought to the community with the help of Windham High School, fliers, newspaper articles and social media, so keep watching for the "news of the free clinic" at your RFC.
The Way! Chapel and the New Hope Baptist Church offer evenings of music, refreshments and fellowship on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, from 6 to 9 p.m. at 8924 E. Center St. in Windham. The Way is located behind the Circle K. For more information, you may contact Pastor Bill at 330-307-4505.
George Belden's new book is now available from George or from Amazon. It is a funny travel book about George and Helena's travels. As many of you know, both George and Helena both grew up in Windham, as did their travel companion Bob Geiger. They all went on to become teachers.
After their retirement, all three have traveled a great deal and have gone to interesting places where they met interesting people and had many adventures. According to a review I read, this may be the funniest travel book you have ever read.
George is well-known for his great ability to present information and tell yarns in a very fun style. The book is an extension of these skills.
The royalties from the book will go to two food pantries. Both his hometown food pantry at Renaissance Family Center and the Maple Heights Food Pantry.
George taught and coached at the Maple Heights Schools for many years. If you would like to order a post-paid, autographed copy, George has them available for $14. You may contact him at 1224 N. Mantua St., Kent, OH 44240. Please send him a check or money order, when ordering the book "The Belden's Go to .." or purchase through Amazon.
On July 30, the Congregational United Church of Christ will be celebrating its heritage as Windham's first church. The festivities will start with an outdoor worship at the township gazebo, followed by a pot-luck lunch at the Brick Chapel. Please bring food to share. The church will provide chicken and beverages. All are welcome!
Windham United Methodist Church welcomed a new pastor on July 1.
The Rev. Neal Keller will be serving as interim pastor until the fall. Neal and his wife, Sherry, relocated here from the sunny surf of California and are very excited to share the word of the Lord here in Windham. Services are Sunday at 10 a.m.; stop by and welcome the Kellers.
The Windham Lions Club has had a busy summer! They are selling their sausage and steak sandwiches from their trailer in Dee's parking lot. The next sale will be Aug. 4 and 5. Stop by!
At their June meeting, they inducted four new members, Gloria Riggs, Beth Cranston, Gary Vogus and Mary Masters. Windham Lions are always looking for new members who are being called to serve the community.
The Village of Windham second annual Yard Sale is coming! Come one, come all.
It will be held from noon to 7 p.m. Aug. 11 for those who wish to set up, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 12 and 13.
There will be a $10 fee to be placed on the map and that can be paid at the water department. Cut-off for being placed on the map will be July 28.
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