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Trash Delayed; Offices Closed Nov. 26-27 PDF E-mail

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, regularly scheduled garbage and recycling collection for Nov. 26-27 will be delayed one day in West Carrollton. The Civic Center administrative offices will also be closed Nov. 26-27.

After Thanksgiving, the service department will also continue to collect leaves through Friday, Dec. 4. Residents should rake the leaves into piles along the curb, making sure the piles are free of debris such as branches, sticks, grass and litter. Approximately 3,000 cubic yards of leaves are collected from the curbs of residents each fall using two leaf vacuum fitted trucks.

For more information about the trash and leaf collection, call (937) 859-8280.

Holiday Festival Set for Dec. 5 PDF E-mail

holiday fest websiteThe city’s annual Holiday Festival, sponsored by the City Beautiful Commission, will be held on Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Civic Center located 300 E. Central Ave.

The event will feature free ‘take your own’ photos with Santa Claus, horse-drawn wagon rides, and musical performances by local high school choirs.

The event begins at 2:30 p.m. and features Santa’s arrival at approximately 3 p.m.

The winners of the Dec. 4 Gingerbread House Decorating Contest will be on display during the event. Also, the West Carrollton Nazarene Church will sponsor a tent with children’s activities and the West Carrollton branch library will also host activities in the Civic Center community room. The event concludes with the annual tree lighting ceremony at 5 p.m.

During the Holiday Festival and continuing through Dec. 16, the West Carrollton Civic Center lobby will also house Santa’s mailbox. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope in order to receive a response from Santa.

For more information about the Holiday Festival, call (937) 859-5182.

Students Win Breakfast & Ride With Fire Crew PDF E-mail

fire kids for websiteThree students, who submitted home fire-safety plans through a West Carrollton branch library “Reading Heroes” program, won breakfast and ride to school on a fire truck on Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Dozens of children attended the Fire! Fire! Safety at Home! Program at the library on Oct. 8. Eight students submitted their home fire safety plans, and three were selected to win the prize.

The winners were Baylee Armstrong and Emma Bosron, students at Walter Shade Early Elementary Center, and Brock Hammons, a student at Harold Schnell Elementary.

The students arrived at Fire Station 56, located at 125 W. Central Ave., early to eat a pancake breakfast with the fire fighters and explore the fire apparatus. Then the students were dropped off at their schools via firetruck - with their classmates waiting for them at the front entrances at the schools.

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