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Place Agency on Growing old 2023 Scholarship Software introduced
The Ohio District 5 Location Agency on Growing old announced its 2023 Scholarship Method. Trustees elected to give three scholarship awards to persons for higher education or certification packages benefiting the field of getting old community. Scholarship quantities are: $2,000 for a pupil attending a four-yr university $1,000 for a university student attending a two-12 months school or technological university, middle of schooling or is pursuing a certification and $1,000 for a scholar attending any form of larger institute of studying or certification and is a little one, grandchild or stepchild of an actively employed (full time or part-time) Ohio District 5 Spot Company on Ageing workers member.
Candidates have to be a high university graduate (graduated in 2022 or before or keep a GED) and reside in Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Knox, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Seneca or Wyandot counties.
Particulars about the Scholarship Program, eligibility requirements and the application can be observed on the Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Getting old site. The deadline for programs is March 17.
For a lot more details, speak to Susie Danuloff at 567-247-7105 or [email protected].
AU theatre presenting “Once Upon a Mattress” Feb. 16-19
ASHLAND — The department of theatre at Ashland University proceeds its 2022-23 concept of “Standing Up, Standing Out” by presenting the musical comedy “Once On a Mattress” Thursdayp-Sunday, Feb. 16-19. Performances are in the Hugo Youthful Theatre, with the Thursday, Friday and Saturday exhibits starting at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday’s matinee at 2 p.m.
“Once Upon a Mattress” is based mostly on the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale “The Princess and the Pea.” Teresa Durbin-Ames, affiliate professor of theatre at AU who serves as the director, describes “Once Upon a Mattress” as not “your usual fairytale, but pleasurable for the complete loved ones.”
Tickets can be acquired from the AU campus retailer in man or woman or by likely to ashland.universitytickets.com. Tickets are $2 for AU college students, $5 for non-AU students and $10 for older people, school/employees and senior citizens. Tickets will not be accessible for purchase at the doorway.
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Richland Academy of the Arts welcomes new visible arts teacher
Richland Academy of the Arts is enthusiastic to welcome visible arts teacher Barbie Waters to its team. Waters has a bachelor of arts diploma in fine art, with a portray and graphic style and design target. She has labored as a graphic designer for 15-plus many years serving little businesses and a lot of place nonprofits.
She will offer you two visual arts lessons that have been created with the homeschool student in mind, but all college students are welcome. She will instruct Introduction to Visual Arts for learners in grades 3-5 and Visual Artwork through Drawing for grades 6-9. Each courses begin Feb. 27.
For far more details or to register, go to richlandacademy.com or simply call 419-522-8224.
British East India Company highlight of Loudonville museum talk
LOUDONVILLE — The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum in Loudonville proceeds its Speaker Collection Feb. 20 with a appear into the British East India Firm and how the corporation cast an empire out of a mutiny against its very own governing administration.
Historian Dr. Christina Welsch, associate professor at the School of Wooster, will concentration on a hidden record of condition within the military. In 1809, in excess of 1,200 white officers in southern India mutinied against the Company’s civilian government. British onlookers have been horrified, condemning the violence as an act of treason that would direct to imperial collapse. Nonetheless, the officers emerged from the chaos with elevated electrical power, while their opponents confronted shame within colonial society.
Welsch’s to start with e book, “The Company’s Sword: The East India Organization and the Politics of Militarism, 1644-1858” (Cambridge College Press, 2022), explores how army actors affected the ideology of the colonial state in India. Her 2nd project is an evaluation of the wars among the British Firm and the Indian state of Mysore.
The method is absolutely free and open to the general public. The celebration will be held Feb. 20 in the lecture corridor of the Cleo Redd Fisher Museum, 203 E. Most important St. in Loudonville. Doorways open up at 6:30 whilst the occasion commences at 7. For additional information and facts, stop by crfmuseum.com or phone 419-994-4050.