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November 18, 2003

Firefighters hold fund-raiser

CRAB ORCHARD - Crab Orchard Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor a portrait fund-raiser. Anyone who contributes $10 or more will receive an 8- by 10-inch family portrait. The photos will be taken Dec. 13 and 14 at the fire department.

Parksville church plans revival

PARKSVILLE - Parksville Knob Independent Baptist Church will hold revival services at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The evangelist is Ricky Cheatam of Washington County.

EMT class set in Moreland

MORELAND - West Lincoln County Emergency Medical Services will conduct an emergency medical technician basic class beginning Dec. 3 at the station in Moreland. Applications for the three-month class may be picked up at the West Lincoln or Boyle County EMS stations. The deadline for returning applications to either station is Nov. 28.



Danville-Boyle County Parks and Recreation Board - 4 p.m. Wednesday at city hall.

Fort Harrod Chapter of the National Association of Retired and Current Federal Employees - 1 p.m. Thursday at Western Sizzlin' in Danville. The program will be given by a representative of Thomson-Hood Veterans' Center in Wilmore. Door prizes will be given.

Juvenile Diabetes Support Group - 7-8 p.m. Thursday at Good Neighbors Pharmacy. For more information, call Wendy Vanoy at (606) 346-4310.


No appointment is needed to view the exhibit of fossils and minerals from the collections of Jack and John Hankla and Kirtley and Danny Settles.

These are on display in the foyers of Norton Center and Young Hall on the Centre College campus. Information in Around Town was incorrect Sunday about an appointment being required.

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Mary Beth Waldrop and Kathryn Quillin were omitted by the school from the Woodlawn Elementary School honor roll in Sunday's paper.|None***

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