Please be extra cautious when you are out and about, watch for Trick or Treaters
Come join the fun.
BRADFORD POOL PARTY FUNDRAISER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 2018 6-8:00PM
LIST OF EVENTS
· CANNONBALL COMPETITION
· 20M FREESTYLE RACE
· 40M FREESTYLE RACE
· BEST FLIP
· BEST DIVE
· 20M BACKSTROKE RACE
· 40M BACKSTROKE RACE
· RING DIVE COMPETITION
$1 ENTRY DONATION PER EVENT OR $5 FOR ALL EVENTS
A PRIZE WILL BE AWARDED TO THE WINNER OF EACH EVENT!!
GENERAL POOL ADMISSION PRICES STILL APPLY. INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY PASSES WILL BE HONORED. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION TO THE POOL OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONACT JULIE AT THE VILLAGE OFFICE OR WENDY MOODIE AT 309-897-0013.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE BRADFORD POOL
THE ONLY PUBLIC POOL IN STARK COUNTY!!
The Village of Bradford has closed our burn pile due to residents and outside persons dumping items that should not have been thrown in the pile. In addition there have been several phone calls made to the EPA by a resident of Bradford. The EPA has informed the Village Office that there could be substantial fines issued to the village. Due to these circumstances the burn pile has been closed immediately. Anyone caught attempting to put items on the burn pile will be subject to fines.
Refer to the Village of Bradford’s burning ordinance to avoid any fines.
The Village Board declared May as ALS Awareness Month at the May 14, village board meeting.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) more commonly referred to as Lou Gerrig’s disease, is a progressive fatal neuromuscular disorder that occurs when motor nerve cells cease to function and die. What makes ALS unique compared to most other diseases is there is no known cause, cure or means of prevention.
As this disease progresses the patient experiences difficulty in swallowing, talking and breathing, and eventually causes muscles to atrophy and the patient becomes a functional quadriplegic. Whereas ALS does not affect a patient’s metal capacity, so that the patient remains alert and aware of their loss of motor functions and the inevitable outcome of continued deterioration and death. The average ALS patient survives for an average of two to five years from diagnosis.
By declaring May to be an awareness month the hope is to increase the public’s awareness of ALS patients’ circumstances and acknowledges the terrible impact this disease has not only on the patient but on his or her family and the community. By this proclamation the Village of Bradford hopes and prays for a cure from this horrible disease, acknowledging the research that is currently being done through the Centers of Disease Control to eradicate this disease.
For more information on ALS contact the ALS Association at www.alsa.org
The Bradford Public Swimming Pool plans on opening on May 29, 2018, from noon until 6pm, weather permitting.
Heavy Trash pick up will be the week of
April 23rd thru 27th
ALL ITEMS MUST BE OUT BY
Sunday, April 22, 2018
There will be only one pick up per home with no return trips.
A fee of $10.00 per household, to be paid at the Village Office by April 20, 2018
No Electronics will be picked up on Heavy Trash
Heavy Trash consists of items not normally put out for regular trash day pick up. Trash and garbage for the weekly trash pick up should not be placed with items for heavy trash pick up.
Village discretion on all of the following,
The following will NOT be picked up:
Tires, batteries, wire or fencing, kitchen waste, landscaping waste or brush, chemicals, petroleum products, lumber, bricks, cement or cement products, demolition items, (lath, plaster, shingles, etc) or recycling items.
- Metal items are to be kept separate and rods or poles must not exceed 4 feet in length.
- Paint cans must have lids removed, be dry and empty.
- items are to be placed at curbside in such a manner that special cleanup is not required.
- Individuals having contract work done must require the contractor to dispose of material themselves.
- No burn barrel waste, or waste brought into the Village.
- Limited piles per household (Standard pick-up load 5×8) only.
Any questions call Jim Chadwick at 309-238-2073
Please remove any items, such as flowers and vases from the Bradford Cemetery grave-sites that you wish to keep prior to March 22, 2018. Village personnel will be conducting cemetery clean-up on March 22 & March 23, any items remaining at the grave-sites will be disposed of during this clean-up. Please do not place any new items on the grave-sites until after March 23, 2018.
The 2017 Christmas Walk is right around the corner. Come join the fun.
The Village of Bradford would like everyone to join the 2017 Christmas Walk on December 2, 2017
- 5:00 p.m. Meet at Elsie Hodges Park to light the park with Santa. From the park we will “Carol” our way to the First Baptist Church.
- 5:30 p.m. Pictures with Santa – Sponsored by the Betas
Face Painting, BBQ sandwich or Hot Dog meal, includes chips, drink and desert for $4.00, extra sandwich or Hot Dog is additional $1.00.
- Vendors – Crocheted Rag Rugs, hair bows, bandana bibs, small wooden tables, photography, baked goods, crafts and more.
- Basket Raffle – 1 ticket for $1,00, or 6 tickets for $5.00
Drawing after the Gift Give Away. Must be present to win.
- Sign up for the Gift Giveaway – All ages!
- 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. “Krafts for Kids” – Sponsored by the OSA Queens
- 7:30 – 8:00 p.m. Gift Giveaway and Basket Raffle winners in sanctuary.
- Judging the Bradford Holiday Home of the year. Your home must be decorated by November 30, 2017. $100.00 prize winner will be announced at the Christmas Walk.