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Image 14 of The Falmouth Outlook June 7, 2011

Part of The Falmouth Outlook

Page 14, The Falmouth Outlook, June 7, 2011 Disabled American Veterans hold remembrance service Pendleton County Disabled American Veterans from Post 26, gathered at the Veterans Rigg Street Park in Falmouth, on Memorial Day to pay homage to their fallen comrades. Captain George Parsons opened the ceremony with a prayer, followed by visiting the monuments in the park, and reading those names aloud that were inscribed on the stones. Special thanks to Commander Joel Nahari and the PCHS NJROTC cadets: PO2 Shannon Patton, PO3 David Huck and PO2 Robert Huck. From left: Clay Clifford, Ben Vanlandingham, Joel Nahari, George Parsons, and Denny Stahl. The Pendleton County Disabled American Veterans meet on the second Friday of each month at 7 p.m. in Howard’s Place. New members are always welcome. Photo by Roger McKinney. Tractor cruisers pose for a group portrait at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds on the morning of June 4, 2011. Front row kneeling, from left: Joe Carnes, unknown participant, Bill Meinze, Mary McDowell, Gail Schafer, Reggie Thompson, Dylan Carnes, David Carnes and Sadie the dog. Middle row standing: unknown participant, Sonia Turner, Sadie Dennie, Betty Carnes, Kenny Stamper, Susandawn McDowell, Rachel Orcutt, Curtis Mason, Janet Meinze, Paula Carnes, Megan Maddy, Lincoln Maddy and John Rapp. Back row: Tom Turner, Logan Turner, Tommy Sargeant, Doug Hamilton, Gary Dennie, Alex Gaines, David Carnes and Jamie Maddy. Photo by Roger McKinney. Antique Machinery Association conducts benefit By Roger McKinney, Reporter The Licking Valley Antique Machinery Association held an antique tractor cruise on June 4, 2011. The event was conducted to benefit the Maddy family of Alexandria. The funds raised will go to pay the medical bills of 15-month-old Lincoln Maddy who was born with a brain disorder, which affects his developmental progress. The cruise involved 10 tractors and 30 participants (counting Sadie the dog). The group left the Pendleton County Fairgrounds at 10 a.m., traveled through Falmouth, then took Route 159 to Mt. Auburn, then cruised over to Willow and back to the fairgrounds via Route 22. The cruisers returned at 3 p.m. The association’s president, John Rapp and its vice presi- Antique tractor jockeys begin the Lincoln Maddy Benefit Cruise at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds on June 4, 2011. Photo by Roger McKinney. dent, Thomas Sargeant, thank Valley Antique Machinery the participants of the cruise, the Association at 1503 New Hope general public for their dona- Road, Foster, KY 41043. At this tions and The Falmouth Outlook point the association has collectfor its press coverage. ed over $1,000 to assist young Anyone wishing to make Lincoln. donations to Lincoln Maddy may address them to the Licking %ULQJ 2XW 7KH %HVW ,Q

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