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Library Closed, Everbowl Opens
WEF Celebrates Schools and Teachers
Library Closed Today
The Westerville Library is closed today, Wednesday, September 13, for in-service training for the staff. Using the Innovation Lab and its associated technologies are among the classes offered to the staff. The library will open Thursday.
The Continuance hopes the interlibrary loan books arrive today.
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City Council Work Session
A small crowd attended last night’s city council work session on proposals for the completion of the city’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging framework and the city’s updated Advance Westerville Economic Development Strategy. Council members heard from Economic Development Director Rachel Ray and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Director J.R. Fourqurean in the almost two-hour presentation. The council meets again next Tuesday, September 19. The agenda has not yet been set.
The Continuance stayed. The entire time.
Be Among The 300
Everbowl’s grand opening is tomorrow from 5-8 p.m. The store in Uptown Westerville will be giving away 300 of its craft superfood bowls. All that’s required is finding a parking space. Park at the library and walk Uptown. The exercise and the superfood will do you good.
The Continuance will have the Full Moon bowl.
WEF’s Celebration Day
Westerville Education Foundation’s Grow and Glow Festival was Sunday at Minerva Park Middle School where students, parents, educators, and friends heard the student choir from McVay Elementary, spoken word poetry from Westerville South, Westerville Central’s Marching Band, music from Mean Girls, first responders, health professionals, athletes, dancers, new School Superintendent Joseph Clark, and other providers to Westerville Schools.
The Westerville Education Foundation provides innovative grants reaching a wide array of subject areas, including literacy, science, physical education, and the arts at all levels - elementary, middle, and high school.
The Continuance promises to study harder. Except statistics.