"I was so happy to be able to find seminars of interest not too far away. No fighting traffic in Columbus or some other metropolitan area. I also like the 3-hour seminars. It helps me to get CEU's and to learn helpful information but not take up my whole day when I am off work or even when I am working. I found the whole experience excellent. I have registered for two others. The one on hoarding is of special interest since I have a client who started doing that after an accident at work changed her whole life. I am hoping to find something in this seminar that will help me help my client even more."
Throwback Thursday recalls the 1913 Flood, which struck 102 years ago this week. The greatest natural disaster in Ohio history claimed 428 lives and destroyed more than 20,000 homes. In Delaware, the death and destruction caused by the rain-swollen Olentangy River included 18 deaths and 57 homes demolished or damaged. On March 25, bridges at Central Avenue, Winter Street and William Street were swept away. By noon that day, the Big Four railroad bridge, the last link between Delaware’s east and west side, gave way to the force of floodwaters and trapped debris, and was carried downstream.
Connections Volunteer Center
39 W. Winter Street
Delaware, Ohio 43015