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Project Name: Comfort cases, Washington County -   
October 20th 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.    Click Comfort Cases Project To Read more 


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Posted Friday, September 7, 2018
  Greetings from Head Start, the nation's largest preschool.
     If you're not familiar with Head Start, we are a free preschool and child development program for income eligible families with children age 3 to 5.  Our main purpose is to prepare children for kindergarten.  Head Start gives children the educational and social skills needed to succeed in today's schools.  We can do this in your own home or in one of our centers.  We are not a daycare or baby-sitting service, we are a preschool with a curriculum designed to help children succeed in school.  And with thanks to Belpre City Schools for their continued partnership and support of our program, we offer full day classes in Belpre!
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Posted Tuesday, July 17, 2018
A pair of projects in Howes Grove Park were conceived, planned and conducted by Girl Scout Kaitlyn Stewart and Boy Scout Jesse Collins. After reading this article, come check out the really cool projects these kids have put their heart into.  [ for more]

Posted Monday, July 2, 2018
School age children get a good nutrious meal everyday that school is in session, but  summer time can leave some children hungry.   Free meal programs are being offered in at least 5 sites in Belpre this summer.  [ for more]

Posted Monday, July 2, 2018
"We have lots of natives who are successful and have a message to present so Jeffrey fit that bill in every way"  Click on the linkbelow and read about another example of Belpre Alumnus doing great things. 
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Posted Friday, April 6, 2018


Klein Brothers  picture and article property of  Rick Rouan and the Columbus Dispatch. 

Growing up, Zach and Patrick Klein put up shots in the high school gyms and outdoor courts along the Ohio River in Belpre.

Patrick was the tag-along little brother, an eighth-grader trying to emulate Zach, a senior captain leading Belpre High School’s basketball team to the 1997 Division III state semifinals. Click read more for a link to the article in the Columbus Dispatch.

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Posted Thursday, April 5, 2018
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