Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

Opinion

October 6, 2012

Words of Thanks

ASHLAND — Grassland Community Methodist Church extends its heartfelt thanks to the Boyd County Detention Center. After contacting Boyd County Jailer Joe Burchett, he and Gary Shockey graciously put together a crew to work along the entrance to our church on Bear Creek Road, Catlettsburg.

The inmates were very diligent in the cutting, mowing and cleaning along the creek bank. We appreciate their generosity and certainly benefited from this special program offered by Boyd County.

We, the trustees would like to personally thank the Boyd County Detention Center for the time and effort put forth on this endeavor.

Lola Esenbock,  Chairwoman, Board of Trustees, Grassland Community Methodist Church

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If you put the amazing talents and interests of the players, the sponsors and Jerry Groce, along with a beautiful day and Andy’s Barbecue, one has to say the Bennett Lake Memorial Tennis Tournament was a huge success.

Kudos also to Pam Willis, Mona Webb and Clara Jones for their help with the tournament! Great thanks are extended to the sponsors: Jim and Helen Fout, James and Jean Lyon, Kentucky Farmers Bank, Mary Jo Burton, Dr. Glenn and Kelly Spradlin, Lori Moore, Dr. Barry Shaffer, McKenzie Woolery and Webb, Dr. Abdul Khoudoud, Dr. David Bush, Scott Hestor, Dr. Joseph Bajorek, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fannin, Community Trust Bank, Marshall Steen, Peter and Ann Lake, First & Peoples Bank, Bud and Susan Lucke, Dr. and Mrs. Roger Klein, Jay and Sharla Freeman, Area Advertising and Peoples Bank.

Dee Lake, Chairwoman, Bennett Lake Memorial, Tennis Tournament

 

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