New London has experienced several changes in services and in the business community in the past few months. Firelands Electric Cooperative has moved to 103 Industrial Drive and hosted an open house April 27.
The Alliance Church at 2615 Ohio 162 has opened a medical clinic from noon to 4 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month staffed by certified physician’s assistant Chad Kaufman and two nurses.
Buddy Workman, head deacon for the church, describes it as, “a full-service clinic including labs and X-rays will be coming.” Visits are $60 but the amount charged will be on a sliding scale according to income. Workman stated, “No one will ever not be seen because of finances, and student sports physicals are free.” The next clinic is May 15 and for more information call 419-929-8133.
One of the new businesses in the community is called Hometown Healthy and is located at 14 S. Main St. Owner Hannah Wilson offers Herbalife products, energy teas and meal replacement shakes. Hours are 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, and the phone is 419-357-7672.
Just across the street at 23 S. Main St. is Shears to You II, which replaces the original Shears to You, with new owner Tammie Cherry. Her number is 419-929-9068 and she can be found on Facebook.
The public is invited to the Band Spring Awards Concert on Monday, May 13 and the Choir Spring Concert Tuesday, May 14. Both start at 7 p.m. in the cafetorium.
The Huron County Master Gardeners are hosting a bus trip to Kridler Gardens, the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center and Breitenbach Wine Cellars Thursday, May 30 for $75 a person. Contact Donna at 419-541-0561 or Reta at 419-706-5351 for more information.