Celebrate the Holidays Pancake Breakfast
The OSU Alumni Club of Delaware County wants to help you celebrate the holidays! The Delaware Buckeyes are holding a pancake breakfast this Saturday, December 10th from 7:00AM until 9:30AM at the Berkshire Township Hall, 1454 Rome Corners Road, Galena, 43021
Stop by, enjoy breakfast and visit with the jolly fellow from the North Pole. Breakfast includes pancakes, sausage, coffee/tea, orange juice and milk.
Breakfast is FREE. Donations to the club’s scholarship fund will be accepted but are not required.
Open to the public but registration is required. Visit https://www.localevelevents.com/events/details/2420
Welcome Sunbelt Rentals
Sunbelt Rentals is now open in Berkshire Township. As one of the largest equipment rental companies in North America, Sunbelt Rentals successfully services a variety of customers – from commercial, residential, industrial, municipal, and specialized service industries, to weekend do-it-yourselfers.
Their full-service equipment rental locations are complete with dispatchers, mechanics, service, and delivery vehicles backed by 24-hour, 7 days-a-week emergency service.
Located at 7257 E State Route 37, Sunbury, OH, you can call 740-362-9866 to rent the equipment you need for your next project.
Hall can be rented
The Berkshire Township Hall is the ideal place for a family gathering, party, shower, or group meeting. It is available to township residents for a modest rental fee ($75 rental fee plus a $100 refundable deposit). It has a fully equipped kitchen, tables, chairs and handicap accessible restroom facilities and is located at 1454 Rome Corners Road.
For availability contact Jeff George at 740-315-7402.
Next Park Meeting is Thursday, January 12 at 7 p.m.
At our most recent Park Meeting, committees were formed to focus on various aspects of park planning. We are so fortunate to have residents who are interested, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Thank you. The next meeting to discuss planning for the park will be held Thursday, January 12 at 7 p.m. where we hope to see even more residents in attendance who’d like to be involved with the planning and creation of a township park.
In preparation for our meeting, the township is getting bids to refurbish the old silo in the hopes that it will be a focal point for the new park.
We’ve said before — this is a resident driven initiative, and we are only in the beginning stages, so don’t feel like it is too late to contribute. We are just getting started, and we’re dependent on your skill sets, energy and talents to see this park become a reality.
Information for this story was provided by Berkshire Township.