Local Briefs: Temporary cancellations, closures


Flea market

temporarily closes

CHESTER TOWNSHIP — Caesar Creek Flea Market will be closed until further notice in accordance with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s recent press conference. “We value the safety and health of our vendors, our customers and our employees,” a news release stated.

They will continue to accept donations for the FriendShop in the blue bin located between Buildings 2 and 3 while the flea market is closed.

An announcement will be made as to when the flea market will be back open to the public. Please let them know if you have any questions or concerns by contacting its office at 937-382-1660.

City Parks youth

leagues postponed

WILMINGTON — “City of Wilmington Parks will be following the Governor’s lead and postponing all park youth leagues practices and games for the next three weeks,” announced Parks & Rec Supervisor Jermaine Isaacs.

“We will reevaluate and assess as more information becomes available throughout the next three weeks,” he said.

CCHD Shot Clinic:

Appointment only

WILMINGTON — The Clinton County Health District’s (CCHD) Shot Clinic is open by appointment only effective immediately.

To schedule an appointment, please call the Health District at 937-382-3829, extension 125.

OhioMeansJobs

temporarily closes

WILMINGTON — OhioMeansJobs Clinton County Job Center in Wilmington will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27 due to the considerations of COVID-19 and social distancing.

However, the agency will still be able to provide services to you by telephone and email:

For general questions, please contact Kristie Floyd at 937-382-7762 ext 1208, kristie@wsu-inc.org ; Employer, Adult and Dislocated Worker Office Manager Tammy Keller at 937-382-7762 ext 1405, tammy@wsu-inc.org ; Youth Program, CCMEP, Youth Work Experience Molly Pratt at 937-382-7762 ext 1160, molly@wsu-inc.org ; and State Employment Representative Jackie Stant at 937-382-7762 ext 1157, Jacqueline.Stant@jfs.ohio.gov .

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