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ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES

Butler trustees to meet

BUTLER TOWNSHIP– The Butler Township Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for Sept. 2 has been changed to 7 p.m. Sept. 3 at the Butler Township garage, 2974 Slater Road, due to the holiday.

Summer HEAP to conclude

LISBON– Community Action Agency’s HEAP Summer Crisis Program (SCP) concludes Aug. 30. Appointments for the HEAP Summer Crisis Program may be made by calling the automated phone service at 844-493-1198. Based on available staff, a limited number of walk-in applicants will be taken daily on a first-come first-served basis from 8 to 9 a.m. Scheduled appointments begin at 9 a.m. Fridays will be walk-in appointments from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the duration of the program.

Summer Crisis applications can be started but cannot be completed online. All Summer Crisis applications require a face-to-face interview with an adult household member that is 18 years of age or older.

The office is located at 7860 Lincole Place (rear), Lisbon. Call the Lisbon office at 330- 424-4013 or visit www.caaofcc.org for program information. Additional information also can be found at www.energyhelp.ohio.gov or by calling toll-free at 800-282-0880.

Musician to perform at library

SALEM– Dave Byers will be guest musician during the Salem Public Library’s “A Little Live Music” program from 2 to 3 p.m. Sept. 15 in the Adult Reading Room on the library’s upper level.

The program is open to the public and free of cost to enjoy. No registration is required.

Byers has performed several times for the Sunday music series and the annual Art in the Park series co-sponsored by Salem Public Library and Salem Parks and Recreation Department.

For information call the library at 330-332-0042. To learn more about library programming and services visit www.salem.lib.oh.us or on Facebook at SalemOhioPublicLibrary.

Baird Brothers featured on show

CANFIELD– House One, a digital brand from This Old House that spotlights DIY projects and the inspiration behind that work, will complete a home makeover project that prominently features multiple products from Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods.

House One host, Jenn Largesse, who resides south of Cleveland, will be completing the project in her own home and plans to feature several elements, including a full wall of built-ins flanking an antique box mantel.

“This opportunity is unique because House One is part of the This Old House brand, but its host is [basically] located right in our own backyard,” said Steve Stack, sales director at Baird Brothers.

Largesse, editor and creator of House One, spent nearly a decade as a writer and producer for This Old House before launching House One in February 2018. House One draws on the roots of its parent company, sharing the highest standards for projects, tutorials and advice while empowering millennial homeowners and renters entering into the DIY market.

“Jenn’s projects reach an incredibly wide audience, which is important for us as a company because our products can be used by nearly everyone,” said Stack. “Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a novice looking to get your feet wet on a small DIY project, we have the knowledge and in-stock product lines to get the job done.”

House One reaches over 1.4 million unique visitors on a monthly basis via social platforms, thisoldhouse.com and on its own site — www.house.one.

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