Get to know your Litchfield Township Trustee candidates better by reading an interview in the Medina Gazette on October 18. All five candidates answered questions about their qualifications and the biggest challenges facing Litchfield Township. To read their answers, click here.
When: Tuesday, November 7
Where: Litchfield Township residents vote at the fire station at 9487 Norwalk Road, just west of the Litchfield Circle
Time: 6:30 am-7:30 pm
Stop by the Litchfield Township Fire Station at 9487 Norwalk Road in Litchfield (on route 18 just west of the Litchfield Circle) for three good causes:
The Litchfield Township Historical Society will host Joann King, Medina County historian and author, at the November meeting.
When? November 20, 7 pm
Where? Annex Building (next to the Town Hall)
Joann has published three books on Medina history:
Building a Foundation: Medina County Architecture (1995)
Letha House: From Foundling to Philanthropist (2003)
Medina County: Coming of Age 1810-1900 (2016)
5 Candidates, 5 Stories
Tuesday, October 17
Litchfield Town Hall
Join us at the Town Hall to learn about the viewpoints and experience behind the five candidates running for two Litchfield Trustee positions.
Litchfield Trustee hopefuls are Daniel Ankney, Daniel Dangelo, Dennis Horvath, Charles Reynolds and Mike Setser.
The same four questions will be asked of all five, then residents will have the opportunity to ask questions of an individual candidate or all of them. Light refreshments, coffee and punch will be served after.
Election Day this fall is on Tuesday, November 7. Litchfield Township residents vote at the fire station at 9487 Norwalk Road, just west of the Litchfield Circle.
Founded in 1901, The Litchfield Town Band’s directors and musicians are being recognized for their dedication through the years, receiving Litchfield Township’s first historical marker! Thanks to the tireless efforts of Celia Kruggel and Cindy Bennett, The Ohio History Center has awarded our band a Historical Marker for being active for over one hundred years.
The marker was placed next to the gazebo at Circle Park, thanks to the hard work of Jason Davis, Mike Pope, John Kruggel, Art Butcher and Josh Butcher. The marker was dedicated at the first Ice Cream Social on June 9, celebrating this amazing accomplishment.
*Dates and times subject to change.
Sunday, July 9
12 – 4 pm
Litchfield Fire Station, 9487 Norwalk Road in Litchfield (on route 18 just west of the Litchfield Circle)
Come and see what the Litchfield Fire and Rescue is all about on Family Fun Day. Enjoy light refreshments, watch the life flight helicopter land and take off and look inside. Have fun with a fire truck bounce house, dunk tank and a fire hose for the kids to spray. We will also have all of our apparatus and equipment out to look at and climb on.