Open house set for retiring Salem treasurer Bob Tullis
SALEM - Residents can say goodbye to retiring city Treasurer Bob Tullis and welcome new city Treasurer John Conrad during an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday at city hall council chambers.
Tullis will leave office at the end of the year with 24 years of public service completed. He served 16 years as treasurer after first being elected to the post in 1997 and spent another eight years as a councilman prior to that.
Conrad, a retired optometrist, won election to the treasurer's spot in November and will take over Jan. 1. Tullis had announced last January that he would retire at the end of his term and not seek re-election.
Salem Health Board meeting change
SALEM - The city Health Board has changed its meeting to 2 p.m. Wednesday instead of 10 a.m. as previously scheduled due to a scheduling conflict. A public hearing to take comment about increases to food license fees remains set for 9:45 a.m. Wednesday. Action on the new fee schedule is expected at the afternoon meeting.
DAHS 1957 meetings canceled
LISBON The David Anderson High School Class of 1957 has canceled its breakfast meetings, until further notice, including this Thursday's meeting.
Lisbon food distribution planned
LISBON - The Lisbon Baptist food pantry at 6428 Lisbon Road will be open from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Thursday. Those attending are reminded to bring photo identification.
'Christmas Carol' set at Crestview
COLUMBIANA - The Crestview Middle School Drama Club will be performing a one-act play of "Ebenezer's Christmas Carol" at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Performing Arts Center. Admission is free to the public.
Christmas raffle winners listed
SUMMITVILLE - Cross Roads Council of the Knights of Columbus have announced the winners of its 2013 Christmas raffle. First prize, a .22 Henry Golden Boy Rifle, Matt Kline of West Milton; second prize, 39-inch Visio TV, Gary Dean of Kensington; and third prize, KitchenAid mixer, Herb Gifford of Hanoverton. The drawing was held Saturday Dec. 14.