Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

Opinion

July 7, 2013

In Your View

ASHLAND — Beautiful flowers blocking signs

The flowers along Winchester Avenue in downtown Ashland look lovely but several signs are now hidden, The speed limit signs and no parking signs should not be covered by hanging baskets.

Pat Haight, Flatwoods

1993 Blazer class plans reunion

Has it really been two decades? The Paul G. Blazer High School class of 1993 graduates will have its 20-year class reunion July 19-21.

Adrienne John Cooper and other organizers have put together a fun weekend that starts at 7:30 p.m., Friday, July 19, at Callihan’s at the KYOVA Mall. The celebration continues from 7:30-11:30 p.m., Saturday, July 20 with a buffet dinner catered by the Texas Roadhouse at the renovated Railroad Depot, which is located at 99 15th Street in Ashland.

Classmates and their families will get together from 1:30-4 p.m., Sunday, July 21 for a picnic at the high school. Food will be courtesy of Giovanni's Pizza and it is bring your own drinks (no alcohol).

The cost is $40 per person to attend all three events. For those attending only one or two of the weekend’s activities, the per person cost is $15 Friday, $20 Saturday and $7 Sunday. For more information or to RSVP, join the Blazer Alumni ’93 group on Facebook or email to pgbhs1993@gmail.com.

We still are trying to contact these classmates:

John Adams, Phillip Akers, Mike Bailey, Mike Bevins, Frankie Blevins, Vickie Bowling, Duane Boyle, Scott Bradley, Gina Broun, Cindy Burkett, Mike Caudill, Daniel Christie, Melissa Clark, Billy Conley, Melinda Distel,  Josh Dixon, Craig Donze, Sarah Duncan, Darren Evans,  Joe Fitch, Corbin Fitzpatrick, Lori Fosson, Greg Gardner,  Elaine Gibbs, Mike Hall, Lisa Haller, Scott Hardwick, Charles Hensley, Brandy Hill, Jennifer House, Chris Hughes,  Brian Kirby, Billy Kreger, Brandon Layman,  Jeff LeMaster, Kenny Lester, Casey Maddix, Lisa Manning, Scott Marsh, Erica Mason, Michele McDowell, Angie McGinnis, Dusty Menshouse, Mark Miebach, Andrea Morrow,  William Mullins, Stacie Mullins, Donald Nuckolls.

Sean Peffer, Daniel Redman, Jason Reffitt, James Reid, Greg Salyers, Andy Taylor, Glen Thomas, Larry Thomas, Gerald Thompson, Thor Thorarainsson, Kimberly Tutwiler, Karey Vallance, Leslie Waddle, Dean Wallin, James Weaver, Donald Weaver and Michelle Workman.

Michael A. Caldwell, Ironton, Ohio

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