Princess for the night
COVINGTON — On Feb. 18, Fields of Grace Worship Center will be hosting their 3rd annual Princess Ball.
The ball will this year feature Belle from the movie “Beauty and the Beast.” Each little girl will have a chance to meet her and have their picture taken with the princess.
There will also be a photo booth with a princess theme for additional pictures and fun. Light snacks and drinks will be served. There will be a $10.00 per family admittance.
The ball will take place at the Covington Eagles Hall from 6-8 p.m. All who are attending are asked to enter at the entrance located on Debra Street.
Gentlemen bring out your little girls for an enchanted evening of dancing and fun.
For more information please contact Fields of Grace, Monday through Thursday at (937) 573-4282 or visit our website at fieldsofgrace.org.
Church seeks items for auction
COVINGTON — Seven years ago, Haiti was hit with a major earthquake. The Cornerstone Dunkard Brethren Church organized a benefit auction to raise funds for recovery efforts. Now in their eighth year of hosting the event, the church is seeking donations of new, slightly used, or handmade items to auction.
They are accepting offers of services rendered (catered meals, yard work, cleaning service), furniture, event tickets, tools, coupons, handmade items or children’s toys. The church is located at 5430 Greenville Falls-Clayton Road, Covington. For more information about how to help, contact email@example.com.
The event will be held March 10-11 at the Darke County Fairgrounds in Greenville. The event will begin at 5 p.m. Friday with a benefit dinner, followed by the children’s auction. Saturday’s auction begins at 9 a.m.
One hundred percent of the proceeds go to established, Bible-based missions that directly serve the needs of Haitian citizens.
For more information, call (937) 524-5809 or visit www.haitiauction.org.
Healthy U workshops planned
TROY — One in two Americans have at least one chronic disease — those conditions that are treated and managed, but not often cured. Chronic disease takes an enormous toll on peoples’ lives, but fortunately there are ways to manage symptoms and maintain active and fulfilling lives. The Area Agency on Aging urges you to start down your own path to better health by attending Healthy U where you will learn skills and coping strategies needed to manage your symptoms and live a healthier life.
The series of six weekly workshops will be held at First United Methodist Church, First Place, 16 W. Franklin St. in Troy on Thursday mornings, 9:30 a.m. to noon, Feb. 23 through March 30. Space is limited and advance registration is required by calling (937) 335-2826 or stopping by the church office.
Workshops are open to adults of any age who have a chronic health condition and/or their caregivers. There is no charge for participants who are 60 years of age or older thanks to funding from the Older Americans Act; younger participants pay a one-time $15 fee.