While 2-1-1 is not new to Ross County, the service has been given an upgrade. Litter Media sat down with Rick Smith, President/CEO of United Way Ross County who says the resources available to callers 24/7 has been expanded greatly. UWRC Board Chairperson Kim Jones adds the free service is available to everyone in Ross County regardless of need. When Ross County residents call 2-1-1, a community resource specialist will help identify organizations that can provide services like food, housing, heating assistance, disaster relief, education and employment opportunities, health care, support groups, veterans services and more. WATCH the video below to learn more.
While learning to play the trombone in school, my band director, Fred Brobst shared with me the magical piece of brass “is the closest instrument to the human voice“. Trombonist Valentin Guerin has taken it to a whole new level with his flame throwing Pyro-Trombone. NOTE:Kids, don’t try this at home. Guerin plays Arthur Pryor’s “Fantastic Polka” while launching flowing streams of flame all while maintaining magnificent range. Another reason to put the trombone section at the front of the band marching through the parade, eh? As a trombonist, this is seven minutes of true combination of joy and peril! — Dan Ramey
Two of the top Southeast District Division II Boys Basketball teams battled February 1st, 2020. Waverly headed to Jackson for an SOC II/FAC contest with the Ironmen coming out on top 51-37. The Tigers fell behind early 17-6 and simply wasn’t able to cut the deficit to single digits. Here’s what our Litter Media Cameras captured in the #LitterMediaGOTW.
Jackson takes Waverly 51-37 in Litter Media Game of the Week
The Jackson Ironmen improved to 17-2 with a 51-37 victory over Waverly Saturday February 1st, 2020. The non-conference battle followed the Tigers’ SOC II win over Oak Hill Friday as Waverly slips to 14-4 on the season. Jackson’s Caleb Wallis led all scorers with 18 points. Waverly (11-1) finishes SOC II play this coming week with Beaver Eastern (3-10) and Wheelersburg (10-1) while Jackson (7-1) returns FAC action with Washington CH (0-8) and Chillicothe (7-0). Litter Media’s Dan Ramey spoke with both coaches, Travis Robertson (Waverly) and Max Murrow (Jackson) after the game. WATCH THE GAME REPORT HERE:https://youtu.be/48PzTNqZxjU
Litter Quality Propane’s Operation Whiskers has reached a new milestone of $194,540.90. Operation Whiskers is a program sponsored by Chillicothe based Litter Quality Propane, the parent company of Litter Media. A portion of every gallon of propane sold is turned into a donation to area animal shelters throughout the Litter Quality Propane service area. In the photo above you’ll see the shelters which are benefactors of Operation Whiskers.
Adena Women’s Board Giving Hearts Dance February 2nd, 2020
NEW VIDEO from Litter Media: The 4th annual Giving Hearts Dance, hosted by the Adena Women’s Board, is Saturday February 2, 2020 at the PACCAR Medical Education Center at 446 Hospital Road, Chillicothe, Ohio. Litter Media talked with Board Members Nancy Ames and Tiffany Butler Baldwin about how the event supports the S.A.N.E. program for Adena’s Sexual Assault Survivor Program and other projects the Adena Women’s Board raises funds for. DJ Alex Foster and Soundtastic Enterprises returns for another year of entertainment and in addition to a silent auction, there will be a live auction. Among the Live Auction items, Ohio State Men and Women Basketball tickets, Cincinnati Reds Diamond Section seats, Columbus Bluejackets tickets a tour of the Kenworth Trucking factory including dinner and wine tasting and more! To learn more, visit www.adena.org/events, email Brenda Graham at email@example.com or call Nancy Ames at 740-701-8418. WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/BrL3_qtH0Qs
From the Litter Media Cameras: Night Skies Friday January 24, 2020 was mostly rainy until late in the day. Here’s a look at a touch of clearing in the last moments of daylight. The darkness from cloud cover and nightfall over Chillicothe to the right in the first picture and a touch of the next weather pattern approaching from the southwest. In the second pic, a peek of a glimmering Paint Creek in the distance. For a short time, we had some clearing before a gray Saturday would arrive.
Zane Trace Returns Favor on Unioto, Now Tied For SVC Boys Basketball Lead
NEW VIDEO from Litter Media: Zane Trace claimed a 51-37 victory over Unioto Saturday January 18th, nearly a month after the Shermans edged the Pioneers 38-36. Cam Evans tallied 25 points to lead all scorers as Zane Trace controlled the boards 33-14. Litter Media’s Dan Ramey talked with Coaches Gary Kellough and Matt Hoops after the game. WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/XqsUMFCLKFM WATCH THE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/qHv_UwV5XXc #LitterMediaGOTW