"Superhero Training" will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. 12 at the YMCA Western Branch, 355 W. Broad St., Pataskala.
All ages will be able to learn how to work with their sidekicks, an accompanying adult, to complete training and save the YMCA from a villain.
Finding a secret identity, designing a superhero cape and saving sidekicks will be all part of the day’s work.
Costumes are welcome, but it is recommended that recommend participants wear athletic shoes. The event will be held rain or shine.
Cost is $5 per child. Registration is open through July 31.
For details or to register, call 740-964- 6522, email email@example.com or visit lcfymca.org.MHA to hold golf outing
for suicide prevention
Mental Health America of Licking County will hold the fifth annual Lou Mitchell Memorial Golf Outing for Suicide Prevention beginning at noon July 24 at the Denison Golf Club, 555 Newark-Granville Road, Granville.
The event features door prizes for all golfers, various competitions and a dinner after golf with an inspirational message from event ambassador and state Rep. Scott Ryan (R-Granville Township).
The golf outing name is in honor of a co-founder of Newark High School’s “A Call to Action” program and donor of Newark City School District.
For details or to register, visit mhalc.org or call 740-522-1341.
Hopewell credit union
adds Licking County tellers
Hopewell Federal Credit Union recently added Licking County residents Katelyn Blair, Kathleen Boyer and Madison Fellows as tellers.
Blair, a Utica resident, brings hospitality experience to the team with her previous service as a culinary assistant at Licking Memorial Hospital.
Boyer and Fellows, Pataskala residents, were assistant managers at Subway, bringing customer-service and cash-management to the team. Boyer and Fellows are graduates of Watkins Memorial High School.
slates Camp Courage
Licking Memorial Health Systems will present Camp Courage for children ages 7-12 who have had an encounter with cancer through a friend or family member.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 14 at Infirmary Mound Park, 4309 Lancaster Road SW, Granville, and will include activities, crafts, presentations and other activities designed to reduce stress and anxiety associated with the uncertainties of cancer. Camp activities will be led by LMH staff members.
Participation is free, but space is limited. To register by July 7, call 220-564-4592.