Area briefs

Meeting moved

TROY — The Aug. 10 Troy City Council workshop and committee meeting will be held at the Bravo Room of the Hobart Arena, 255 Adams St., Troy, at 5:30 p.m.

This change is being made as there may be a larger audience than can currently be accommodated at City Hall due to COVID-19 restrictions. For questions, call the Safety and Service Director’s office at (937) 335-1725.

Registration extended

TROY — The Lincoln Community Center (LLC) has extended registration for its back to school supply distribution day that will be held at Troy City Park on Sunday, Aug. 16. Students grades K-12 who attend Bethel, Miami East, Covington, Piqua, Troy City, Troy Christian, Milton-Union, Newton, Graham, Hardin-Houston or Upper Valley Career Center may register for a book bag full of basic supplies.

Call the LCC office at (937) 335-2715 to register and a designated time slot will be assigned.

For more information, visit www.lcctroy.org.

Drop off for unsolicited seeds

TROY — The Ohio Department of Agriculture is encouraging anyone who received unsolicited seed packets in the mail to drop them off at the OSU Extension Miami County office located in the Hobart Center for Government at 510 Water St., Troy, on the second floor. There is a drop off box located outside the main office door. Leave the packages in the original packaging if possible. Please do not throw them in the trash. You may email bennett.709@osu.edu if you have questions.

By collecting these seed packets, OSU Extension and the Ohio Department of Agriculture hope to identify the source of the seeds, type of seeds and the number sent to Ohioans.

Silent auction set

TROY — RT Industries (RT) is holding a silent auction to name their employee lounge.

All funds donated to RT will be utilized towards purchasing necessary PPE and cleaning agents around the pandemic as well as towards the purchase of smaller vehicles. The Silent Auction can be bid on via our RT website, under the Silent Auction tab at rtindustries.org/silent-auctio.

For questions, ontact CEO Ashley Brocious at (937) 552-3900.

Online care giving workshop Aug. 25

DAYTON — The Area Agency on Aging, PSA 2, wll present a free, online workshop for family caregivers from 1-2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25. The workshop, “What Have You Done for YOU Lately?” which will be a small-group discussion has limited space and registration is required by Aug. 18 by contacting knevius@info4seniors.org or registering online at info4seniors.org/caregiver-workshops/

Anyone unfamiliar with Zoom may join a brief orientation session at 12:30 p.m. before the workshop begins.

Family caregivers selflessly devote their time and energy to making life better for their loved one. All too often a caregiver will prioritize others’ needs over their own. Despite their good intentions, caregivers unintentionally take on too much responsibility and put their own health and well-being at risk. Join us for this interactive discussion on how to set limits/boundaries and recognize the importance of prioritizing self-care.

The presenter is Kelli Davis, BA, MBA. Davis has worked for over 20 years providing education and resources to seniors and caregivers in the Miami Valley. She holds a bachelor’s degree in human development and is certified as a Master Trainer in the Powerful Tools for Caregivers program.