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The McComb Lions Club will host its ninth annual senior scholarship dinner from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28, prior to the varsity football game versus Liberty Benton.
The dinner will be held in the McComb school cafeteria and will include chicken, pork, vegetable, roll, dessert and drink. Eat-in or carryout options are available.
The cost of the meal is $9, and tickets are presale only and may be purchased through Oct. 22 from any McComb Lions member and at Primrose Flowers, Hoverman Insurance and Tees, Tees & More in McComb. You may also call 419-293-3458 to purchase tickets. All proceeds will be used to fund the McComb Lions Club scholarship.
The American Red Cross Hancock County Youth Council is taking registrations for the Zombie Run for the Red 5K, which will be held Oct. 29 at Findlay High School.
Registration begins at 5 p.m. and the Zombie Run will begin at 6 p.m. Zombies and other spooky surprises will be waiting for runners along the course. The run will end at Findlay High School at a Zombie Apocalypse Party with music, food and games.
Registration is $20 before Oct. 22, and $25 after that date. Runners can register online at http://redcross.org/zombierun16. Registration forms are also available at the Red Cross office, 125 Fair St., and from any Red Cross Youth Council member. Runners of all ages are welcome, and prizes will be awarded for top finishers in each age group.
Findlay Shrine Club and Leo Council 957 Knights of Columbus will hold their diamond anniversary event Nov. 5 in the St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church auditorium, 750 Bright Road. A social hour begins at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7, catered by Bistro on Main.
Music will be provided by Classic Trends.
Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit Blanchard Valley Center.
Special guest dignitaries attending this year include: Charles Murphy, illustrious potentate, Past Grand Master of Ohio Masons; and Crouch, who is currently on the Chicago Shriners Hospital Board of Governors, representing the Shrine Club; and representing the Knights of Columbus: David Lewis, district deputy 62; Mark Siracusa, state advocate; and Robert Collins, state deputy, all with the Ohio Knights of Columbus.
Oct. 28 is the deadline for members of the Knights of Columbus and Shrine Club to obtain tickets.