State Farm promotes fire safety in Cambridge
State Farm officers Allen Hunter and Zack Baker recently donated fire prevention kits to help local firefighters educate the community on the sounds of fire safety.
State Farm firefighters and officers seek to educate everyone on the simple but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe.
A total of 165 State Farm officers statewide delivered prevention kits to local services.
The following safety tips will help you learn the sounds of fire safety:
- A continuous set of three loud beeps – beep, beep, beep – means smoke or fire. Get out, dial 9-1-1 and stay outside.
- A single beep every 30 or 60 seconds means the battery is low and needs to be changed.
- All smoke detectors should be replaced after 10 years. The continuous beep after the battery is replaced means that the alarm is at the end of its life and the unit must be replaced.
- Make sure your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms meet the needs of all members of your family, including those with sensory or physical disabilities.
Coblentz promoted to Rea & Associates
NEW PHILADELPHIA – Rea & Associates has appointed Cheryl Coblentz as the new Director of Accounting Services.
“Cheryl has been an extremely valuable member of the Rea team for over a decade,” said Don McIntosh, CPA, CEO of Rea. “His commitment to excellence, his profession and his dedication to customer service are well documented and we look forward to supporting his continued success in this role. “
Coblentz will take up his new role on September 1, working closely with regional presidents, office partners and customer service specialist teams from Rea & Associates to advance ongoing initiatives and support best practices.
She serves clients in the firm’s Wooster office.
Linkage program between hunters and landowners
The Wildlife Division of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently launched a new incentive program that allows hunters in Ohio to access participating landowner properties during hunting season.
Registration for the Ohio Landowner and Hunter Access Partnership program is currently underway and information is available on the program page at wildohio.gov.
Hunters interested in hunting listed properties must first obtain a free daily access permit. Permits are available from September 1 to June 1, 2022 and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Once registered, participating property owners receive annual payments ranging from $ 2 to $ 30 per acre depending on property features and available recreational opportunities.
Registration contracts are for two to three years with the possibility of extension.
Landowners interested in creating, enhancing and protecting wildlife habitat on their property are encouraged to work with a Private Land Biologist from the Division of Wildlife.
Contact information for the Private Land Biologist can be found on the Contact Information for Private Land Biologists page on wildohio.gov.
Cambridge plans city clean-up day
The fall clean-up day for the city of Cambridge has been set for 8 a.m. to noon on October 16.
Hunter education class
The Guernsey SWCD and Noble SWCD run a Hunter Education Course from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday at the Guernsey SWCD office.
The instructors leading this course will be Levi Arnold and Dave Schott. Space is limited. To register for this course, call 1-800-WILDLIFE or visit https://oh-web.s3licensing.com/Event/Search. For more information on this event, call the Guernsey SWCD at 740-489-5276.
Park board meeting scheduled
The Guernsey County Park Board of Directors meeting will take place Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Guernsey County Administrative Boardroom.