Circleville Alumni Classic To Run July 16th

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(Circleville) – The Roundtown Classic is an annual fundraising event for the Circleville High School Alumni Association. Established in 2005, this organization promotes activities of the Circleville City Schools including scholarships. CHS Alumni is a not-for-profit 501 C3 organization.

This year the race will be in-person and is moving. The race will be Saturday, July 16th at 8am. The start and finish will be in front of Circleville High School and the course will be around the campus and on the neighboring Roundtown Trail. There is still a Virtual option in the 5K and 5 Mile that can be completed 7/16/22 – 7/23/22.

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Tickets Now Available for Paper City Players “Pride and Prejudice”

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Don’t miss The Paper City Players production of Kate Hamill’s Pride and Prejudice on Wednesday, August 24-Saturday, August 27 at 7pm.

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The performance will be at Ohio University-Chillicothe’s Bennett Hall Auditorium, with tickets starting at $8.

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Ross County Moved To High COVID-19 Alert

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(RCHD Press Release) – Ross County is currently seeing an increase in reported COVID-19 cases. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has classified Ross County as a “high level” of community transmission of COVID-19. According to the CDC, Ross County currently has a COVID-19 case rate per 100,000 population at 262.18 (last 7 days), which is a 39.5% change from the previous 7 days. 

Ross County Health District

The CDC reports Ross County as having a New COVID-19 hospital admissions rate per 100,000 population at 25.4 (last 7 days) which is a 104.20 % change in new admissions of confirmed COVID-19 hospitalizations from the previous 7 days. 

RCHD continues to recommend those eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination to get vaccinated and keep up on your booster vaccinations when eligible. RCHD recommends anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 to get tested and to stay home and isolate when sick or positive for COVID-19.  RCHD continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines at the RCHD Public Health Nursing Clinic Monday through Wednesdays from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. You can also receive a free at home COVID-19 test kit at our office if you are experiencing symptoms and need tested.  

Please seek medical attention if you have COVID-19 symptoms and symptoms progress. 

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