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The Orchard and Company is Open Weekends Beginning September 11.


The Orchard and Company, a family friendly destination, will be open beginning this Saturday, September 11 for their annual Family Fun on the Farm from 11 am-6 pm, September and October weekends through October 31st. They will close at 4 pm on October 31st.

You can take part in the “U-Pick Apples” as different varieties of apples become ready for picking. Check out the web site HERE for picking schedules, pricing, and the type of apple that is ready to pick.

The Orchard and Company features, not only an apple orchard, but also many exciting activities meant to entice visitors from Plain City and across the state.

For children, there are tons of fun activities that will keep them on the move, including a pedal car track, tire climb, jumping pillow, zip lines, and more.

The Orchard and Company is located south of Plain City at 7255 US Highway 42 North at the intersection of US Highway 42 and Price Hilliard Road, just a short, scenic drive from Columbus, London, Marysville, or Dayton. They are located across the road from Canaan Middle School.

The Orchard and Company would also like to encourage bicycle aficionados to ride out. The Orchard and Company is only a few miles from the Heritage Rail Trail’s endpoint on Cemetery Pike in Plain City.

An Orchard Festival Farm Yard day pass is $12.00 for adults and children (3-18), $5.00 for seniors. Children two and under receive free admission. A season pass is $20.

Fishing in The Orchard’s pond requires an additional $2. Gem Mining to search for “pay dirt” gems is $5.00, while a hunt for fossils is $6.00. The paintball range is $5.00

The Orchard and Company can also accommodate large groups and parties. Contact The Orchard for a place to host school outings, birthday parties, reunions, weddings, company meetings, and other special occasions.

For more information on The Orchard and Company, visit their web site: www.theorchardandcompany.com

Become a fan on Facebook HERE.

Enjoy a Safe and Relaxing Labor Day. We will Re-Open at 9 am on Tuesday, September 7.


We want to wish everyone a relaxing and enjoyable Labor Day. Please remember that we are allowing our staff to celebrate the holiday, so the pharmacy will be closed on Monday, September 6.

We will re-open on Tuesday, September 7 at 9 am and will be open regular business hours.

We will also be open regular hours on Saturday, September 4 from 9 am to noon, so if you need anything in advance of the holiday, please come in and see us.

If you have an emergency over this Labor Day weekend, you can reach the pharmacist on call by phoning the after hours number at 614-873-0020.

18th Annual Plain City Cruise In is Saturday, August 28 from 2-6 pm.

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On August 28, 2021, from 2-6 pm, the Uptown Plain City Organization (UPCO) with the support of Chapman Ford plans to present the 18th Annual Plain City Cruise In!

The event is planned to take place rain or shine in Uptown Plain City on the corner of Main and Chillicothe Streets (123 North Chillicothe Street) and is slated to feature cars, trucks, and motorcycles of all makes, models and years with current entries including vehicles such as a ’67 Skylark.


Other amenities include vendors, food trucks, a beer and wine garden, live music with a DJ, and award raffles!

If you or someone you know would like to participate in this event, vehicle registrations cost $10 in advance (link below) and $15 on the day of the event between 2-4 pm.

Registration to be a food or merchandise vendor is also available.

For food vendors, the cost is $60 for each 10’ x 20’ space and for merchandise vendors it is $20 for each 10’ x 10’ space. All proceeds help to benefit UPCO. No electricity will be provided.

Spectators are free, so even if you aren’t going to participate in the show, feel free to bring your friends and family to enjoy the fun and atmosphere!

There is public parking that can be accessed via Bigelow and South Chillicothe for the south side and just south of East First and North Chillicothe for the north side, as well as street parking outside of the show area.

To register online: https://julieweaver73279.wildapricot.org/events?fbclid=IwAR3M02y2kokre7bUEN-lqNV0bqxTOB8GvcYd81aR5sYshWi7STMZLmhc4CI

For more information or further updates, follow the Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/PCCruiseIn/






Ride the Sixth Annual Union County Foundation Covered Bridges Cycling Tour on Saturday, September 4.

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Take a bike ride on the beautiful back roads of Union County with the Sixth Annual Union County Foundation’s Covered Bridges Tour on Saturday, September 4.

Ride 19, 31, 61, or 74 mile routes. Those who opt for the 31, 61, and 74 mile routes will visit four of Union County’s historic covered bridges. The 19 mile ride includes one of the covered bridges. All proceeds benefit the Union County Foundation.

The event will start at Edgewood Elementary School, 203 Grove Street in Marysville. Registration the day of the event will begin at 7:30 am. All riders are required to wear helmets and children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

Pre-registration is through August 23. Registration is $20 per bike rider (if you register in advance). Registration the day of the ride is $25. The first 100 registrants will receive the official UCF Covered Bridges tour patch.

You can print off the registration form by clicking on it to enlarge below. Or register online HERE.

Mail your registration form to: Union County Foundation, PO Box 608, Marysville, OH 43040

For additional information, visit the Union County Foundation’s web site HERE.

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2020 TOKYO OLYMPICS. By Our Student Pharmacist, Taylor Law.

The summer 2020 Olympics are about to begin–just a year late!

From July 23 to August 8, a total of 46 different sports will be competing ranging from swimming to table tennis. This year 206 different countries will be participating in the Olympics.

Last summer was the fourth time in history the summer games did not go on as planned every four years. Since 1896, the games have been played every four years with the exception of 1916 due to WWI, 1940 & 1944 due to WWII.

The Olympics are considered the world’s largest sports competition. The heart behind the Olympic games is to allow different parts of the world to come together in the spirit of friendly competition.

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The Olympic Rings 

The symbol of the Olympic rings we see today was introduced in 1913.

According to the official Olympics website, “The Olympic symbol expresses the activity of the Olympic movement and represents the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes from throughout the world at the Olympics Games.”

Not one color represents a certain continent, but is to show the unity between all the continents. The colors come as a representation of the colors in the unique flags from all the representing countries. Each ring is equal in size and is interlocking to represent the unified world.

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Olympic History 

The Olympics began back in Ancient Greece. Not only was it a competitive sporting event, it was also a religious event.

The Olympic flame is an important symbol of the Olympics with interesting history. The lighting of the torch is symbolic of the ancient Greek myth when Prometheus stole fire from the god Zeus and gave it to humans.

Before each Olympics, the torch is lit in a special ceremony at the site of ancient Olympics in Olympia, Greece. The lit torch travels around Greece and goes on a special journey to the city that is hosting the games. The torch is typically carried by different athletes.

The ending journey of the torch is during the opening ceremonies of the games. The torch is used to light a huge cauldron that will burn throughout the games. When the flame is put out that means the games are officially ended for that year. picture 2

Tokyo Games Random Facts 

Country with smallest population to participate: Naura (population = 11,500)

Naura is a small island located in the Pacific Ocean which is northeast to Australia.

Country to compete in most games without ever winning a gold medal: Monaco

Monaco has competed in 20 summer Olympics Games without ever winning a gold medal.

Number of athletes competing:  11,091 athletes

Number of athletes from Ohio State University competing: 26 buckeyes are heading to the 2020 Olympics

How much money has Tokyo spent to host?: About $15.4 billion has been spent on building the venues for the games


NBC Sports: https://www.nbcsports.com/northwest/tokyo-olympics/tokyo-olympics-numbers-participating-country-stats-and-facts#:~:text=There%20are%20206%20countries%20in,place%20in%20the%20history%20books

International Olympic Committee: https://olympics.com/ioc/olympic-rings, https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en/sports/

AP News: https://apnews.com/article/tokyo-coronavirus-pandemic-2020-tokyo-olympics-japan-olympic-games-3c46bce81928865d9aae0832b5ddd9e3