The Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 155 E. Thruston Blvd., Oakwood, will be hosting an evening of good, clean humor with the message of faith on Saturday, Oct. 4.
The evening’s entertainment will be provided by Charles Marshall, Christian comedian. Charles will share his own personal faith story, as well as make the audience laugh. We all need a little laughter in our lives!
Hors d’oeuvres will be served from 6:15 to 6:50 p.m., with the show beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 pre-sale and $10 at the door. This event is sponsored by the Health Ministry Team and will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Nursery care and activities for children provided (reservations needed).
Call the church office, 293-1147 for additional information or to purchase tickets.
The Department of Leisure Services is again thrilled to announce Oakwood’s Sixth Annual Scarecrow Building Contest! The City is hosting this community event in October which is open to Oakwood scout troops, church and school organizations, businesses, individuals and families.
This year we hope to see more scarecrows around the community. This will surely add to the ambience of the community and neighborly cheer throughout the fall season.Registration packets are now available from the
Oakwood Community Center business office. Each packet contains the rules and regulations for the program as well as the building guidelines and an entry form to be completed and returned to the OCC for an assigned location.
The building and placement of scarecrows will take place on Sunday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Judging will take place promptly at 3:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to First, Second and Third place winners and announced at Oakwood’s Fall Festival at Shafor Park.
For questions concerning this event, please call the Oakwood Community Center at 298-077
In conjunction with the Oakwood Register, Oakwood High School is sponsoring the Seventh Annual Community Coat Drive. Over the past 6 years, hundreds of coats have been delivered to the Salud Clinic,
near Tipp City, which provides free healthcare for migrant workers from Southwest Ohio. The clinic also provides families with food, health education, and clothing.
During the month of October, coats and other winter outerwear can be dropped off at the Oakwood Register at 435 Patterson Rd., in the enclosed porch at 108 Lonsdale, or in the high school main office. Thank you for your support!