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Local pastor to speak about heroin


Gazette News Report

XENIA — Pastor Greg Delaney of Xenia’s AHOP and Refuge Ministries will speak about Ohio’s opioid crisis at the Xenia Republican Women’s Club 7 p.m. tonight.

Delaney, a Xenia High School graduate, has been coordinating work on stemming the heroin crisis in Ohio with his efforts as founder of Refuge Ministries. He has been sought out for conference panels in the past few years and also broadcasts a radio show to encourage his listeners to break the chains of addiction.

He and his wife, Beth, have three children and live in Xenia. Delaney is the nephew of former Greene County Auditor Luwanna Delaney.

The meeting will take place at the Oaks, located north of Greene Memorial Hospital at the corner of Office Park Drive and White Oak Circle.

Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz.