The Grove City 4-H Clover Crew held a meeting recently at the Jackson Township Administration Building.

The Grove City 4-H Clover Crew held a meeting recently at the Jackson Township Administration Building.

A guest speaker from the Grove City Division of Police DARE Program addressed the group on gun safety, Internet safety, drugs and other such topics, according to Anna Dick, the Clover Crew's news reporter.

After this, the group decided on a booth idea for this year's Franklin County Fair, which runs July 18-26. They were choosing from the top three ideas proposed by the4-H group's booth committee. The top three ideas were a pool theme, ancient Egyptian theme, and an island-volcano theme.

The Egyptian theme won and the group decided to make their shirts correspond with the theme.

"Besure to 'Walk Like an Egyptian' over tothe Grove City Clover Crew's booth at the Franklin County Fair this July," Anna Dick urged.

Walk for wishes

The central Ohio region of the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Greater Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana is seeking individuals to participate in its 10th annual Walk for Wishes.

The walk will begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, at Creekside Park, 123 Mill St., in Gahanna. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.

Walkers may participate as individuals or pair up with co-workers, friends or family to form a team. The entire route is handicap accessible.

Following the walk, participants are invited to a Wish Reunion Celebration at Creekside featuring games, food and entertainment.

Financial support generated by the Walk for Wishes will provide the funding needed to grant the wishes of more than 100 children on the waiting list for wishes in central Ohio. Participants who raise $100 or more will receive a T-shirt. Individuals can donate funds by visiting www.makeawishohio.org.

For more information, call Katie Kelso at 923-0555 or e-mail KatieK@makeawishohio.org.


Noon Lions seeks members

The Grove City Noon Lions Club recently welcomed two new members.

At the club's last meeting, director Shirley Spellman inducted them into the organization.

Rachael Scheon was sponsored by Jessica Masternick, while Cheryl Fahy was sponsored Elaine Moody.

The Lions work to end preventable blindness.

More information is available at the club's Web site www.gcnoonlions.com.

Honors

St. Charles Preparatory School has announced the new members of the Borromean Chapter of the National Honor Society.

Galloway residents inducted in the May 5 ceremony were Matthew Sova and Ola Williams. Students were selected on the basis of their outstanding academic achievements, service, leadership and character.