Special Greenfield meeting
A special meeting of Greenfield Village Council has been called for 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1 at the third floor conference room at City Hall to discuss Coronavirus Relief Fund expenditures.
Fruitdale UMC pancake supper
The Fruitdale United Methodist Church is having its pancake/sausage supper from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3. It will include pancakes, sausage, sausage sandwiches, carrot sticks and celery, and a choice of a dessert and coffee, tea or pop for a a freewill donation. It will have limited seating inside, canopies for eating outside, but mostly will be take-out. Social distancing will be observed and a mask are requested. The church is located five miles south of Greenfield on SR 41 at corner of Moxley Road. Proceeds will be used for an addition to the church.
Hillsboro VFW fish fry
Hillsboro VFW Post 9094 will hold its monthly fish fry from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3. It is open to the public. It will be all the fish you can eat for $10 (includes fries, slaw, hush puppies and soft drink). The post is located behind the Dairy Queen.
Leesburg flushing hydrants
The Leesburg Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants Monday, Oct. 5 through Thursday, Oct. 8. Residents are reminded to refrain from doing light-colored laundry due to water discoloration.
Elmville CCCU revival
The Elmville Church of Christ in Christian Union, located at 11474 Butler Road near Elmville, is having a revival at 7 p.m. nightly Oct. 5-9. The evangelist will be Danny Campbell and the singers will be Singing Praises. For more information contact pastor Jeff Adams at 740-634-2286 (home) or 740-701-1072 (cell).
Greenfield CIC taking bids
The Greenfield Community Improvement Corporation is taking bids for a properties at 425 Olive St. and 311 North St. for the purposes of purchase and restoration or purchase and demolition. Bid instruction packets are available to download at greenfieldohio.net, or they can be picked up from the third-floor lobby of the City Building, 300 Jefferson St. Bids must be received at the City Building by 5 p.m. on Oct. 7.