Christmas in South Charleston will take place from 4 - 8 PM on Wednesday, December 2, 2015.
The parade will begin at 5 PM at the Journey of Faith Church and proceed north on Chillicothe Street.
There will be a cookie walk at the Methodist Church, soup, sandwiches & desserts at the Catholic Parish Hall, craft vendors at the Presbyterian Church, and free coffee & cookies at Security National Bank. Businesses throughout the Village will be open during the evening hours.
This event is sponsored by the South Charleston Community Club. They will be selling raffle tickets for prizes donated by area businesses. Proceeds are used to maintain the Park.
To see the Christmas in South Charleston Raffle Winners, Click on the link below.
If you would like to advertise a community event,
937.462.8888 and we will be happy to advertise it on our website.
Clark County has instituted WARN - Wide Area Rapid Notification
System - an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for
emergency notifications. The system allows us to telephone all, or only
targeted areas of the county in the event of emergency situations or
critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices,
bioterrorism alerts, boil-water notices, chemical spills, or missing
You can register for the service by calling the Clark County EMA at
937.521.2179 or click on the link below:
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Madison Township has the responsibility for and jurisdiction
over our local EMS and Fire Department. The Village lies within Madison
Township and the Madison Township Fire & EMS serve Village
residents. But Village government and officials have no managing
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Questions and concerns can be directed to our elected Township
Trustees and Fiscal Officer. Contact information is available at: