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Candle sales support peace

Clintonville Rotary Club’s Peace Committee is selling “Peace Candles” to support creation of a community Peace Park in front of Whetstone library. Handmade by Ohio-based Friendly Candle Co., the Peace Candles are made with blue sage and sandalwood natural oils. Each comes with a lid made of seed paper that, when planted, grows wildflowers. Available at T.Y. Fine Furniture, 4555 […]

Clintonville Woman’s Club welcomes spring with flower sale

The Clintonville Woman’s Club is organizing its annual spring flower sale. Members are seeking orders for hanging baskets, pots of perennials and flats of annuals. Orders are due on April 8, along with payment. Flowers can be picked up at the club, 3951 N. High St., on May 6, 1-6 p.m. Orders can be sent to l_matthaes@yahoo.com. Club members raise […]

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UPDATE:  Cancellations have been announced on an almost-hourly basis ever since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Ohio a few days ago. While many large events have been canceled or postponed, some smaller events still may go on. Call the venue before visiting to confirm the event is still taking place.   ORIGINAL STORY: Whether a person is […]

CBA invites alumni, friends to fundraiser Feb. 29

A highlight of the Clintonville Basketball Association season takes place later this month. The CBA is a nonprofit organization that strives to keep costs as low as possible for its participants. Paying to use gym spaces for practice times, as well as for games, increases in cost each year and while the fee to participate remains at a reasonable $80 […]

Organizers crank up effort to collect food

Organizers are cranking up another fun charitable event this month, on the heels of a successful first year. Cranksgiving is meant to utilize participants’ pedal power, and their passion for feeding hungry people and having a good time, to generate donations for a local food pantry. Eric Tippett once again is planning this activity to benefit the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resource […]

Pumpkin Patch helps CRC harvest funds

The Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center has two events coming up to help residents celebrate fall while also giving back to their community. Saturday, Oct. 12, the CRC will host its Oktoberfest fundraiser. The event will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. in the CRC parking lot at 3222 N. High St. Oktoberfest will feature food from Schmidt’s Sausage Haus. […]

Cat Caper heads to Downtown location


Cat Welfare Association is hosting its 14th annual Cat Caper 5K walk-run Sept. 22 although it’s heading Downtown for the first time. Because of construction at Griggs Reservoir along the Scioto River near Upper Arlington,, the event will be held at the Scioto Audubon Metro Park, 400 W. Whittier St. “We hope this venue with its paved course and proximity […]

Raise a Pint for a Purpose

The Clintonville Rotary Club hosts its third annual Pints for a Purpose fundraiser, 5;30-9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, at Lineage Brewing 2971 N. High St. Pints for a Purpose raises funds for Clintonville Rotary’s service projects, locally and internationally. The event takes place in conjunction with Rotary International’s End Polio Now campaign, Rotary International’s initiative to eradicate polio worldwide. There […]

Woman’s Club hosts popular Corn Roast

The Clintonville Woman’s Club hosted its annual Corn Roast from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 13 at the club, 3951 N. High St. The sold-out event raised money for the club’s new parking lot. The Corn Roast menu was fried chicken, corn, cole slaw, baked beans and home-made cookies. Iced tea, lemonade and water are were included. Bingo took place […]

Weiland’s plans another Party in the Parking Lot


Weiland’s Market will celebrate the store’s 58th Birthday with its annual Party in the Parking Lot, 3600 Indianola Ave., from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 13. “This is the fourth year for the Party in the Parking Lot, which started to celebrate our 55th Birthday. It’s a fun way for us to thank customers for supporting us over the […]