Delaware County Board of Health Marks 100 Years of Public Health Services

DELAWARE, Oh. – The Board of Health on Tuesday recognized their first-ever meeting on Jan. 31, 1920 signifying 100 years of service and dedication to the health of Delaware County residents. Although there have been many advances in technology and invention, the intent and purpose of the Health District still remain the same 100 years later – promote, protect and improve the health of the community.

Photo: Board of Health Members, L to R: Amy Howerton, Pat Blaney, Margie Fleisher, George Wisener, David Karr.

Source, Photo: Delaware General Health District

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