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New members of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Humane Society Board of Directors for 2013-2014 are (front, from left) Phyllis Hicklin, Addie Hodges, Jane Neal, (second row) Jason Hambrick, Shelia Stahl, Laura Kinkle, Patricia Hopper and Kim Emami-Davis. Not pictured is Tammy Painter.
Frank Davis of Fayetteville won $1 million in Caesars Entertainment’s Harrah’s Tunica, Horseshoe Tunica and Tunica Roadhouse casinos’ “Millionaire Maker powered by Total Rewards One Winner – One Million Dollars – Every Saturday” giveaway earlier this month. Davis is the tenth person to win $1 million in the Tunica “Millionaire Maker One Winner – One Million Dollars – Every Saturday” giveaway. Each week one name is drawn from entries at
A benefit supper and auction for Lucas, Alex and Lilly-Grace Stone will be held Friday, June 21, at Elora Community Center. Proceeds from the benefit will help the family with medical expenses. Supper will be served from 5 until 7 p.m. Supper plates are $7 each and consist of spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert and a drink. An auction will be held at 7 p.m. Lilly-Grace Stone is a surviving twin,
The Elk Valley Beekeeping Association, in conjunction with the Franklin County Extension Service, is holding a beekeeping field day on June, 22 from 11:00 AM. until 3:00 PM at the Franklin County Extension office at 406 Joyce Lane in Winchester. Topics will include: seasonal hive management, and integrated pest management techniques, honey extraction and splitting honeybee colonies. Weather permitting members and attendees will actually open working honeybee colonies. Everyone is
Debbie Dodd-Hampton of Mulberry admits she has been an “extreme couponer” for quite some time, but her recent project of using coupons to purchasing 400 tubes of toothpaste to put in backpacks for needy children was by far the largest. The church Debbie attends, Hope Assembly, along with several other churches, businesses, members of the community and Hands of Mercy Outreach, have gathered back-to-school supplies and backpacks for the first
Fayetteville Main Street invites you to the 2013 Downtown Quilt Stroll now through the Fourth of July. “Come stroll the streets of downtown Fayetteville,” Carol Foster, director of Fayetteville Main Street, said, inviting everyone to view the quilts on display in Fayetteville’s downtown business windows. “You will be able to observe the art of quilters while viewing their creations. Quilts handed down from generation to generation will be displayed, along
Petersburg Proud Day, set for Saturday, June 22, will feature something for everyone, from an antique car cruise-in and sock hop to a 5K run. The day kicks off with the Second Annual 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Walk, sponsored by the Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department. Late registration is from 6:15 until 6:45 a.m. on race day. The 5K Run/Walk starts at 7 a.m. T-shirts will be available