Monday, January 22, 2018

Did You Know the Super Bowl's Game Balls are Made Nearby?

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The more you know...

Upcoming Events at The Bradford Ohio Railroad Museum

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The BORM is located at 200 N Miami Avenue.

The hours of operation Saturday 10 am- 2 pm April- October.

  • Salute to the Railroaders- April 7 at 2-3 pm. All past and current railroaders welcome to share their stories and photos
  • Dining by Rail May 5 6-9 pm. Dinner/Auction Authentic Railroad Dining Car recipes from Chef Michael James- Reservation only
  • Bradford Railroad Heritage Festival June 2 10 am- 4 pm. Museum and BF Tower exhibits, children's games, Thomas the Tank Childre's Train Ride, Blacksmith demonstration.
  • Run for the Rails 5 K October Pumpkin SHow Saturday

The museum has just finished a $500,000 exhibit upgrade at its Exhibit Hall and will be interpreting the BF Tower as its next phase of museum development.

For more information visit the website or facebook page.

Edison State Students Complete Police Training

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Edison State’s thirty-fifth Police Officer Academy students were honored during a ceremony in December. Back Row (L to R): Cody Williams (Piqua), Charles Graves (Piqua), Coltin Stump (Greenville), Cody Ferguson (Sidney), Jordan Hamlin (Troy), Nicholas Kelch (Sidney), Brock Boyter (Greenville), Commander Joseph Mahan; Front Row (L-R): Richard Archer (Celina), Thomas Combs (Piqua), Anthony Hickman (Sidney), Justin Daniel (Covington), Austin Knight II (Sidney), Colin Lamprecht (Dayton).
Edison State Community College’s Peace Officer Academy honored thirteen students in December following their successful completion of the 21-week program.

Students of the program met for six days each week since January, totaling over 680 hours of training. The curriculum of the program is certified by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) and covers all aspects of law enforcement training including administration, firearms, subject control, and investigation.

“This was a great group of cadets. They all have the potential to become excellent police officers,” said Joseph Mahan, Basic Peace Officer Academy Commander.

Edison State offered the first Basic Peace Officer Academy in 2003 and the class that completed academic requirements this spring was from the thirty-fifth academy. Throughout its fourteen-year history, the program has graduated 455 students.

Many students have become officers throughout the region, though they are certified to seek an officer position anywhere in the State of Ohio.

“The job market for law enforcement officers is strong,” added Mahan. “They just need to seek out those agencies that are hiring and apply. I wish the best of luck to all of them in the pursuit of their chosen career.”

Academy students can continue their education at Edison State and earn an associate’s degree by taking classes on campus or online. Following successful completion of the police officer program, cadets are required to pass the state certification exam.

“I am very proud of each and every graduate and thankful for the sacrifices they made to attend and will continue to make throughout this career,” said Dr. Tony Human, Dean of Professional and Technical Programs. “You do not select Law Enforcement, it selects you. I encourage them all to wear their badge with pride and remember: To protect, you must first serve.”

For more information about joining the upcoming academy, contact Veronica French at or 937-778-7865. Those interested in entering the academy must be 21 years of age and eligible to own a weapon.

Fall 2017 Police Officer Academy students who successfully completed credit hour requirements:

Celina: Richard Archer
Covington: Justin Daniel
Dayton: Colin Lamprecht
Greenville: Brock Boyter, Coltin Stump
Piqua: Thomas Combs, Charles Graves, Cody Williams
Sidney: Cody Ferguson, Anthony Hickman, Nicholas Kelch, Austin Knight, II
Troy: Jordan Hamlin

RefineUs Marriage Conference at Ginghamsburg

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Justin and Trisha Davis
(Tipp City, OH) — Justin and Trisha Davis, founders of RefineUs Ministries, are bringing their dynamic marriage conference to Ginghamsburg Church, 6759 S County Rd 25A in Tipp City, on Friday and Saturday, February 9 and 10.

The couple has been featured on shows such as Focus on the Family, Family Life Today and other nationally syndicated programs and at conferences like Catalyst.

They know all too well the dangers of settling for an ordinary marriage. Their own failure to recognize the warning signs almost resulted in the end of their marriage, their family and their ministry. Through powerful, engaging stories with disarming transparency, they give a glimpse into the slow fade that plagues so many marriages, as well as give couples tangible ways to obtain the extraordinary marriage that they hoped for from the very beginning.

Details and registration at Questions? Contact Jody at

For more information about Ginghamsburg Church, visit the website—

Temporary Change for Family Health After Hours

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Please be patient with us—

Due to the implementation of our new electronic medical records system, Family Health will be closing After Hours early on the following dates

  • January 29th-February 1st
    • 5:30pm-7:30pm
  • February 5th-9th
    • 5:30pm-8pm
  • February 12th
    • Normal hours 5:30pm-9pm will resume

Family Health will be closing Saturday clinic on February 3rd at 11am.

The pharmacy will remain open until 12noon.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Training the Next Generation of Providers

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GREENVILLE, January 2018 – In 2013, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) projected there would be a shortage of 20,400 primary care physicians by 2020, nationally. With the expansion of the Affordable Care Act, the number increased to 45-50,000 by 2025 with some estimates as high as 90,000. Rural and underserved areas feel the biggest impact of the shortage as clinics struggle to recruit and retain the clinical workforce necessary to meet patient needs.

In response, Family Health Services has taken a proactive role in finding solutions for Darke County. Engaging the right candidates and exposing them to rural healthcare through emersion and education are the highest priorities. Their hope is students walk away more informed and feel at home, professionally, in a rural healthcare setting. Family Health’s vision is not limited to primary care physicians, but also extends opportunities to physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dental residents, pharmacy students, and even high school students who may be considering a career in the medical field.

Family Health recently partnered with Wright State’s Boonshoft School of Medicine through the Wright Rural Health Initiative. The goal of WRHI is to increase the number of physicians choosing to practice in rural areas. Lori Martensen, Director of the initiative, shares Wright State’s perspective, “The shortage of physicians in rural areas such as ours is reaching critical levels, and Wright State is addressing the issue head on. The Boonshoft School of Medicine provides students the opportunity to do rotations in rural areas, as well as makes a concentrated effort to recruit students who are more likely to one day practice in a rural area.”

Through the initiative, medical students rotate through rural hospitals, clinics, and physician offices staying 4-6 weeks to experience healthcare in each setting first-hand. It helps them see the variety of conditions they will treat in the office and the leadership roles available to them in the community. They get a sense for how they can make a difference in and beyond healthcare. Erica Seabold is in her current WRHI rotation at Family Health. She says, “Working as a student with Family Health has opened my eyes to the practice of family physicians and their longitudinal relationships with their communities and patients that improve patient care.” Since 2016, Family Health has hosted 6 students from the WRHI.

In the last year, Family Health has hosted 21 dental students, 2 dental residents, 7 medical students, 9 nurse practitioners, 4 physician assistants, 6 Pharm D students, 3 pharmacy interns, 3 first year pharmacy students, and 3 high school students. Family Health hopes to add a program for optometry students, soon.

Old Fashion Hymn Sing

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The Pitsburg Church of the Brethren will sponsor an Old Fashion Hymn Sing on Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 6:00 PM. This event is offered to the public in keeping with the church’s monthly Gospel Concert Series. The public is invited to come and request their favorite hymns be sung by the congregation. Whether you are a ‘singer’ or a ‘listener’, it’s an evening of great music and fellowship. Feel free to come and challenge our pianist and organist, and enjoy some of the old hymns that are not necessarily sung in today’s services. The church is located at the west edge of Pitsburg @ 8376 Pitsburg-Laura Road.

Upcoming events at the Arcanum Public Library

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Want to know more about house plants? Come to the library on Tuesday, January 30 at 11:00 a.m. for “House Plants 101”. Learn what plants need to flourish in your house, and how to care for them to keep them looking fabulous, and have an exchange of ideas. Bring a plant with you if you would like to share clippings, or to find out more about it. There is no registration required for the event, and there will be door prizes.

The library will be holding a second e-book class on Thursday, February 8 from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Patrons are invited to bring their Kindle, smart phone, or tablet to install the new library app, learn to browse the selections, and find out how to load your device with books. No registration is required for this drop-in program.

This is a reminder that the Winter Reading Challenge for adults has started. The challenge will run from January 1 – March 31. Every book a patron reads counts for an entry for monthly prizes and the drawing for the grand prize – a Kindle. No registration is needed, just come by the library for a log sheet. Come join the challenge anytime. Check with the library for more details.

Call the library with any questions at 937-692-8484. Patrons can also go to our website at, find us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

Order Today for a New Event at the Versailles Area Museum

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Coming on Saturday February 10th at 12:30 p.m. the Versailles Area Museum, is planning a very special afternoon.

The Museum will host our first ever Valentine Tea with hostess Lady Karen Burkett sharing her ancestry with Martha Washington. Lady Karen will share clothing (referred to as underpinnings) and lifestyles of the 18th century from the Washington era. All of this will be just in time for the General’s 286th Birthday!

A delicious lite luncheon will be served in addition to the presentation. This fundraiser for the Museum is a Ticket only event and seating is limited.

You may make reservations throughout January until February 4th by calling the museum at 937-526-4222 or e-mailing The cost for the tea is $18.00 and is payable by check to our museum’s P.O. Box 54 at Versailles, Ohio 45380 and are not refundable. However, we will reschedule if the weather is a level 2 snow emergency or worse.

This will be a wonderful time to shake off those winter blues, gather some friends, and join us for an afternoon with us!

Chill Out and Read at the Library

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This year’s Greenville Public Library's Adult Winter Reading Program “Chill Out and Read” runs from January 19th to February 23rd and again offers an enjoyable way to spend the long, cold months. Don’t be caught home in a blizzard without your favorite authors! The program is also a fun way to win great prizes.

Winter Read is for ages 18 and over and participation is easy. Check out any book, audio-book, e-book, or magazine and receive one entry form for each item checked out. All forms are entered into the weekly drawing then again in the grand prize drawing at the end.

Weekly prizes this year are the gloves, hats, scarves, mugs, and blankets that were available for purchase from Mainstreet Greenville prior to the Hometown Holiday Horse Parade. Each item has “Greenville, Best Hometown” embroidered on. Director John Vehre and Librarian Sam Graves agreed to be our models.

The grand prize is a beautiful gift basket with a $170 value donated by The Cozy Nest, a home decor and gift shop located at 418 South Broadway.

In addition the kick-off event will be a “Warm & Cozy Open House” on Friday January 19th. A free lunch will be served in the Reference Room from noon to 1:00 p.m. (until supply runs out). You can receive five free entries just for stopping in! See you there!

Organized by Olive Returns to Library

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Our favorite organizer Olive Wager returns to the Greenville Public Library with a new program for 2018 called “S.O.S. Senior Organizing Solutions.“ Join us Tuesday January 23rd at 2:00 p.m. This is a free event and light refreshments will be served.

Olive is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and has her own service Organized by Olive ( see She happily shares the tips, strategies, and resources for anyone to get organized. Her special advice for seniors: simplify your life; honor your memories; eliminate safety hazards; reduce paper piles; and right-size your life. She explains the how’s and why’s for people who often have years of stuff to deal with.

What better way to start the new year! Come with a friend, take notes, and enjoy results!

Empowering thanks the Ketrow Foundation for its support

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Edison State and community volunteers work with students Monday through Friday in the After School Program. Community support will make it possible to bring in professional tutors to help meet student needs.
GREENVILLE – The Empowering Darke County Youth Board of Directors and the students it serves thank the Ketrow Foundation for its support of the Empowering After School and Summer Tutoring programs.

“Thanks to the Ketrow Foundation and other local support, we will be able to bring in qualified, licensed educators to improve our After School and Summer Tutoring programs,” said Program Director Bob Robinson. “With the additional professional services available to us, we hope we can also enroll some of the students who have been waiting for help since October.”

The Ketro Foundation is active in the support of the Darke County Community, with donations to the Darke County Center for the Arts, The Cancer Association of Darke County, Darke County Parks and more. The Empowering Board truly appreciate its adding Empowering programs to its support.

Empowering Darke County Youth is in its second full year of tutoring support to Darke County students. According to parents, almost without exception the students are getting better grades and enjoying school more. All services are free thanks to Edison State student volunteers and the continuing support of organizations like the Ketrow Foundation, businesses and individuals. Empowering Darke County Youth is a United Way Partner Agency.
The Empowering After School Program currently provides tutoring to Greenville K-6 students, while the Summer Tutoring Program is available to all Darke County students from kindergarten through sixth grade. For more information on how you can help, email or message the Empowering Darke County Youth Facebook page.

The Empowering Mission: Empowering Darke County Youth provides After School and Summer Tutoring programs to assist students in the areas of language arts and math with the goal of Strong Students for a Strong Community.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Ron Eikenberry Has Passed Away

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Local community pillar Ron Eikenberry passed away this week. You can find Ron's full obituary here, but I felt his passing calls for a spotlight on his incredible life. Here's an excerpt of the obituary:
...Ron graduated from Greenville High School (GHS) in 1953, received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Harvard University in 1957, a Master’s degree in Secondary Education from Miami University in 1961, and a Doctorate in Education Administration from Ohio State University in 1967. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force Reserves.

Ron’s career in Education began as a teacher in Kettering Schools in Kettering, Ohio, continued as a Principal in Southwestern Schools in Grove City, Ohio, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, District 88, Villa Park, Illinois, and Superintendent of Schools in New Philadelphia, Ohio. In 1976, he returned to Greenville to join the family business of Eikenberry’s Foodliners.

Ron was an athlete all of his life, playing football at GHS and Harvard, and basketball and track at GHS, where he still holds the school record for the 100 yard dash. He was elected to the Greenville Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992 for his athletic accomplishments. Ron was an avid golfer all of his life...

Ron served on the Greenville School District Board of Education for 9 years and was an active member of First United Methodist Church. He also was a member of the Elks Lodge and Lions Club for many years. Ron enjoyed golf, family, reading, traveling and ice cream!


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The 2018 Annie Oakley Committee has signed a contract with the Darke County Fair Board, to move the yearly Annie Oakley Festival to the Darke County Fairgrounds, South Show Arena Area, beginning with the 2018 festival.

The Annie Oakley Festival Committee is very excited that we will be celebrating the 55th year of our festival at the Darke County Fairgrounds, and we are looking forward to the endless number of possibilities of activities that will take place at our festival in the years to come. We are planning to have all of the activities that we have had in the past few years, with the addition of a few new ones.

We are still planning to have live entertainment, the melodrama, the parade, historical bus tours, shooting contests, Car show, Kiddie Tractor Pulls, family fun events each day, shooting contests, and this year, we will be adding a Cowboy Mounted Shooting Contest at the Annie Oakley Festival. We will also have a wonderful lineup of Vendors and Concessioners, to help complete your experience. Please plan to come and enjoy all of the activities that will take place at our festival, all free of charge.

If you would like more information or would be interested in being a sponsor of this year’s festival, please contact the President, JoEllen Melling. If you would be interested in being a vendor or concessioner, please contact the 1st Vice President, Richard Robinson. If you are interested in being in the Annie Oakley Parade, please contact the 2nd Vice President, Jennifer Peck. Visit our website:, and go to the contacts page to send a message to any of these officers. #AnnieOakleyFest


JoEllen M Melling
President, Annie Oakley Festival Committee


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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke will be holding their annual Roll for Kids’ Sake on Thursday, January 25, from 6-10pm. The party is open to the public and will be held at Rolling Hills Skate located at 105 E. Russell Road in Sidney. The cost is $10 per person and includes admission, skate rental, face painting, snacks, and door prizes. This year’s theme is “School Pride”, and the first 50 people dressed in school logoed attire will receive a gift.

All proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County’s Big Buddies after-school mentoring programs. Big Buddies is a nine-month commitment where high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors volunteer two times per month to mentor elementary students. During these meetings, high school students, under the supervision of Big Brothers Big Sisters staff, work with one or two children on different educational and recreational activities. This year’s program is focusing on ecological awareness and earth-friendly practices. Big Buddies also promotes social and emotional development through various activities.

Big Brothers Big Sisters is a non-profit, United Way member agency, and is supported through financial contributions and annual fundraisers. Their next major fundraiser, Bowl for Kids’ Sake, will be held on March 2 and 3 at both Treaty Lanes in Greenville and Bel-Mar Lanes in Sidney. If you would like to make a big difference in the life of a child, either through volunteering, financial contribution, or event sponsorship; please contact the agency at 937-492-7611, 937-547-9622, or go to for more information.

VFW Post 7262 Sponsors DCCA Presentation of Rhonda Vincent & The Rage

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Dwight Emmons of Greenville VFW Post 7262 presents
a check to Andrea Jordan and Keith Rawlins of the
Darke County Center For the Arts.
Darke County Center for the Arts recognizes Greenville VFW Post 7262 as a Spotlight Sponsor, for their contribution to the DCCA 2017-2018 season and the upcoming presentation of Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, at Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall, Saturday, January 20. According to DCCA Executive Director Andrea Jordan, “DCCA is grateful for Greenville VFW Post 7262's sponsorship, which helps enable our efforts to provide culturally enriching experiences for the citizens of our community.”

VFW Post 7262 was organized in May 26, 1946 by 208 founding members. In 1975 the Post moved to its current location that is owned by the Post. In 1987 the Veteran Memorial Park was established. Besides the Post members, the Post is fortunate to also include Men’s Auxiliary, Ladies Auxiliary and the Booster members. After 70 years, the Post is still giving back to the community and serving fellow Veterans.

Darke County Center for the Arts continues their 2017-2018 season with bluegrass singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent and her band The Rage. “Rightfully known as ‘Queen of Bluegrass,’ Rhonda Vincent and her award-winning voice reach beyond the boundaries of bluegrass to power a show that thrills lovers of music from any genre,” stated DCCA Artistic Director Keith Rawlins. “And her band, The Rage, includes some of the greatest musicians in the world,” Rawlins continued. “DCCA is truly pleased to bring these outstanding artists to our community,” he concluded. The concert begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25.

Rhonda’s band, The Rage, consists of Aaron McDaris, who has been called the premier banjo player in the world of Bluegrass music. Other members of The Rage include fiddler Hunter Berry, who is not only a top-rated musician, but also Rhonda Vincent’s son-in-law, and dobro player Brent Burke, the first person to ever receive a B.A. in Bluegrass Music. Multi-instrumentalist Mickey Harris, a thirteen-year member of the band, also sings any and all vocal parts, a skill also possessed by Josh Williams who also plays almost every instrument well.

Don and Mary Jane Dietrich, Coppock-Hole Trust, The Bistro Off Broadway, Greenville National Bank, are also sponsoring the concert by Rhonda Vincent and the Rage. Additionally, the Ohio Arts Council helps fund this program with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. DCCA also receives operating support from the Harry D. and Esther Stephens Memorial as well as funding from the Ketrow Foundation and Lydia E. Schaurer Memorial Trust Fund. DCCA membership contributions also help support this show.

Very few seats remain for this show; however, tickets may be purchased by contacting the DCCA Office at 937-547-0908 or online at

DCCA presents and promotes performing and fine arts encouraging cultural enrichment. For more information on DCCA and the 2017-2018 ARTS COUNT Season contact the DCCA office at (937) 547-0908 or visit our website

Influenza on the Rise in Darke County

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Greenville, Ohio – In the past six weeks, Darke County has seen a drastic increase in Influenza, primarily Influenza A cases. In December, there were 14 flu-associated hospitalizations and in the first week of January, there have already been 12 hospitalizations. These numbers are expected to continue to rise over the next couple of months.

The flu is different than the common cold. Symptoms of the flu include: fever, chills, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headaches, and fatigue. Children can also have vomiting and diarrhea. Most people recover from the flu; however, it can lead to more serious complications such as pneumonia and respiratory failure. Pregnant women, young children, people over 65, and those with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease are considered high risk for the flu.

Emergency warning signs of the flu in children include: difficulty breathing, bluish skin color, not drinking enough fluids, difficulty waking up, irritability, and fever with a rash. In adults, more serious symptoms include: chest pain, difficulty breathing, dizziness, and confusion. Emergency symptoms in infants are being unable to eat, trouble breathing, no tears when crying, and significantly less wet diapers than normal. If you have any of these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention.

There are many ways to prevent getting, or spreading, the flu. If you are already ill, it is important to avoid contact with people for 24 hours after the fever subsides, cover your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing, wash your hands frequently, and take antiviral drugs if prescribed by your doctor. In order to protect yourself from the flu, the most effective way is to get immunized. Other ways to prevent contracting the flu are: avoid close contact with sick people, wash your hands frequently, disinfect surfaces at home, get plenty of rest, drink plenty of fluids, and eat a nutritious diet.

It is not too late to get your flu shot. The Darke County Health Department is offering flu shots on a walk-in basis, Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Immunizations are also offered at many doctor’s offices and pharmacies.

Friends of the Library's Author’s Night

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The Friends of the Greenville Public Library’s first Author’s Night 2018 is Friday January 26th at Montage Cafe in downtown Greenville! Doors open at 6:00 and the program starts at 7:00. Come early for a nice supper and the groovy music of Bill Westfall and J.R. Price. Our first author is Dana Brown who won a Silver Medal at the Florida Authors and Publishers 2017 Presidential Awards on August 5th for her first novel Lottie Loser.

Dana shares “One day an idea for a book started to form in my mind, and for the next two years, whenever my husband and I were riding bikes, my debut novel Lottie Loser was least in my head! After years in a very fulfilling job in banking, I realized that if I wanted my book to be a reality I would need to devote myself to getting the words out of my head and on to paper, so I retired early and became a fulltime author.”

Dana and her husband reside in Indiana but love traveling to the “laid-back islands of Florida.“ They have three daughters who support her writing. “I am currently working on the sequel Call Me Charlotte and have a plot in mind for at least one more book about Lottie, her relationships and how she deals with the ups and downs of life.”

Dana visited the Library last summer and is seen with Librarian Rachel Brock and her first novel!

Early Intervention Services From Darke County General Health District and Board of Developmental Disabilities

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Positive early experiences are essential prerequisites for later success in school, the workplace, and the community. Services to young children who have or are at risk for developmental delays have been shown to positively impact outcomes across developmental domains, including motor skills, language and communication, cognitive development, and social/emotional development. Families benefit from early intervention by being able to better meet their children’s needs from an early age and throughout their lives.


Decades of rigorous research show that children’s earliest experiences play a critical role in brain development. The Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University has summarized this research:

  • Neural circuits, which create the foundation for learning, behavior and health, are most flexible or “plastic” during the first three years of life. Over time, they become increasingly difficult to change.
  • The brain is strengthened by positive early experiences, especially stable relationships with caring and responsive adults, safe and supportive environments, and appropriate nutrition.
  • Early social/ emotional development and physical health provide the foundation upon which cognitive and language skills develop.
  • High quality early intervention services can change a child’s developmental trajectory and improve outcomes for children, families, and communities.
  • Intervention is likely to be more effective and less costly when it is provided earlier in life rather than later.

Early Intervention services are available through the collaborative efforts of the Darke County General Health District and the Darke County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

If you have a child between the ages of zero and three, you are a Darke County resident, and you have concerns about your child’s development call (937)548-4196. Your child may qualify for FREE physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, or early intervention services.


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(January 4, 2018 GREENVILLE, OHIO) Financial Achievement Services Inc., a 40-year-old financial services firm in Greenville Ohio, announces the addition of Julia Plessinger as the newest member of their team.

Julia joined the FAS team as our newest Administrative Assistant after working for over 15 years in office administration and client service roles for the Financial Services industry. Julia will be the face at the front desk and will be our main point of contact for FAS client communication and scheduling.

Julia is a graduate of Greenville High School and attended Edison Community College. She resides in Greenville with her two teenage sons and is an active member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Piqua Ohio.

“We are so happy to have Julia join the FAS team. Her 15 years of previous industry experience working in Miami County is a huge benefit, both to our administrative staff and our clients,” says Matt Arnold, FAS President and an Investment Advisor Representative with Signator Investors, Inc. “FAS has been strategically building a stellar group of individuals that will help the company grow and serve our clients in the best ways possible.”

Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through Signator Investors, Inc., Member FINRA, SIPC, and Registered Investment Advisor. Financial Achievement Services is independent of Signator Investors, Inc.

About Financial Achievement Services Inc., 5116 Children’s Home-Bradford Road, Greenville, Ohio 45331:

Financial Achievement Services, Inc., provides the guidance you need for navigating life’s twists and turns. The FAS team offers a full range of financial services designed to provide a clear, no-nonsense financial roadmap; simple solutions designed to help achieve your plans for your life. Our goal is to take the mystery out of investing, managing risk, tax strategies, preparing for retirement and ultimately, transferring the wealth you’ve worked to build to those you care about most.

Learn more about Financial Achievement Services, Inc. by visiting their web site at, or their Facebook page at

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