Local Briefs: Senior center remains closed; SSCC info on GED classes


Senior center remains closed

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and mandated closing of senior centers, the Wilmington Savings Bank Clinton County Senior Center has been closed since March.

According to Jane Newkirk, the agency board of directors recently met with staff and it was determined that due to the current climate and the regulations involved, the center will remain closed at the present time.

While staff is anxious to re-open, the center everyone involved feels that this is the best decision. Even though the center has been closed, Clinton County seniors have continued to receive meals, transportation and supportive services.

Anyone needing assistance can contact the center at 937-382-7170.

SSCC info on GED classes

The Adult Opportunity Center (AOC) at Southern State Community College is offering an October orientation for new or returning program enrollees in basic academic skills, GED preparation, and college readiness.

Classes are free and materials are furnished. Sites are located in Adams, Brown, Clinton, Fayette, and Highland Counties.

For more information, or to register for orientation, please call 800-628-7722, ext. 2687.

Jackson earns SHU honor

Mya Jackson of Wilmington has qualified for the Spring 2020 Dean’s List of Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J.

CC PDC to meet

Clinton County Public Defender Commission meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6 at the Clinton County Law Library, located on the third floor of the Clinton County Courthouse.

Apply for passport

Starting Monday, Oct. 5 the Clinton County Clerk of Courts Office will again accept passport applications. Please note this will be by appointment only.

Call 937-382-2316 to schedule your appointment time.

The Clinton County Clerk of Courts Office is located on the third floor of the Clinton County Courthouse.