Village GardenClub meets April 17
Silver Lake Garden Club will meet April 17 at 12:30 p.m. in Village Hall, Kent Road.
Section I will host and serve desert.
The program: "Our new Community Garden"
After the business meeting Mrs. Sandy Barstow, Master Gardener will explain the basics of Community Gardening.
This will be followed by the Programming Committee to provide specifics for the club's review and acceptance.
All villagers and interested persons from outlying communities are welcomed and invited to attend.
Zane's FoundationInc. convenes April 11
Zane's Foundation Inc. invites community members to a program entitled: "Applied Behavior Analysis: 101 & Beyond," offered by Monica Jones, M.Ed., BCBA, COBA, of Total Education Solutions Inc. in Fairlawn.
The program takes place April 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Church in Silver Lake, 2951 Kent Road.
April is Autism Awareness Month and the topic is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). What is ABA? This workshop will address the seven dimensions that define characteristics of ABA and methods with video examples and modeling along with fact and fiction that you hear in the field. Participants will also learn basic tips to use at home and out in the community. There will be time for Q & A.
No child care is available at this meeting. Any questions about this workshop, contact the Foundation Office.
Battle of Shiloh is topic of Civil War talk April 12
Sydney Overall will speak on The Battle of Shiloh on April 12 at the Peninsula Library.
Sponsored by the Cuyahoga Valley Civil War Round Table, the 7:30 p.m. event is free and the public is welcome.
On April 6 and 7 of 1862, Union and Confederate forces slugged it out at Pittsburg Landing on the Tennessee River. Combined casualties were close to 24,000. Each side had more than 1,700 killed.
Ohio contributed 27 infantry regiments, 6 artillery units and 1 cavalry unit.
One writer said it was Grant's worst day. Overall added, "Although surprised about an attack from the southwest, Grant made no mistakes on the battlefield, did not retreat at the end of the first day of battle, and prepared to attack on the next day With its high casualties, the Battle of Shiloh, perhaps, has become the most controversial battle of the Civil War."