The Sanitation District No. 2 of Boyd County expresses its sincere thanks to Boyd County Jailer Joe Burchett, Deputy Jailer Jerry Bayless, and the men from the Boyd County Detention Center for the excellent job of cutting the weeds around our pump station.

Our pump station is inaccessible by vehicle and the weeds were so high we couldn't get to the station. Deputy Jailer Bayless brought the men down from the detention center and cleared all the brush from around the pump station. The station looks really good and we appreciate all the hard work they did.

The workers were polite and courteous when spoken to. We appreciate the community service provided by the men from the detention center.

Rick Tackett, Bobby Lakin and George Stout, Sanitation District No. 2



The Greenup Lions Club thanks the many car class sponsors and those who registered their cars in the Greenup Old Fashion Days Antique Car Show. The money raised at this annual event helps the Lions Club provide eye examinations and eye glasses for those in our area who cannot afford eye care.

Jim Archey, chairman, Antique car show



The Boyd County Old Timers Breakfast Club expresses appreciation to these merchants for helping to make our recent breakfast a great success;

Adkins Hardware, Advanced Auto Parts, The Independent, Ashland Office Supply, Ashland Sporting Goods, Auto Zone, Boston Beanery, Belks, Big Lots, Byles Auto Parts, C.J. Maggie’s, China Wok, Chick-fil-a, City Bank, Davis Equipment, Don's Men's Shop, Don Hall Chevrolet, Domino's, FoodFair, Boyd County Ford, Gattiland, Giovanni’s, Gibbs Hardware, Jesse Stuart Foundation, King's Daughters Medical Center, Kentucky Home Supply, Kroger’s, Ken’s Express Mart, Frameup Gallery, Midtown Subway, O'Charley's, Outback, Paramount Arts Center, Premier, Plaza Hotel, Pollock's, Ponderosa, Ranks Uniform, Shamrock, Shoney's, Speedway, Totally Yours, Trophy House, Texas Roadhouse, Wal-Mart, YMCA.

We thank Kathleen Timmons Setterman for an outstanding presentation on the Paramount Arts Center.

I also thank Rev. Ike Nicholson, Dr. Paul Kleykamp, Charles Wheeler, Cy Reynolds, George Wolfford, Sandy Mobley, Opal Haile, Betty Bryan and Mary Smith.

Marcella Jo Adams, President, 54th Boyd County Oldtimers Breakfast Club



The Community Hospice Art for Hospice Chairs for Charity event was a great success. More than 20 very talented local artists and craftsmen contributed 30 chairs, tables, stools and mirrors that were auctioned during October’s First Friday events at the Ann Davis Gallery. The event would not have been possible without their generous donations.

Our thanks to Zoe Ann Brewer of the Ann Davis Gallery for offering her great facility for the event; to Larry Jones, president of Community Trust Bank for their continued support and sponsorship of Chairs for Charity; and to Ed Fairchild of Fairchild Real Estate and Auctioneer Services for his time and talents.

Lastly we thank all those who attended and made purchases. We’re planning for next year’s Chairs for Charity and hope you’ll be a part then, too. Thank you.

Susan Hunt, Executive director, Community Hospice



Our heartfelt thanks to Cathie Whitt, program coordinator of King’s Daughters Medical Center’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group; the Rev.Johnny Riley, KDMC director of pastoral care, and to KDMC for hosting the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 14 in Central Park in honor of National Stillbirth and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.

Our daughter, Grace Sophia, was born asleep on May 19, 2007. We are grateful for the opportunity to honor and remember her in a special way, and we are grateful for a community that supports parents and families, who, like us, have experienced the tragedy of losing a child.

Rev. Ike and Shauna Nicholson, Ashland



Ashland’s first annual AAPD Disabilities Mentoring Day was Oct. 1. The Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs in Summit Plaza was the lead agency partnering with participants from Raceland, Blazer and Fairview high schools and the Community Presence Adult Program.

Special thanks go to the CCSHCN staff. We had Teleconference with Amy Miller from A Maid for You and participants were also invited to the Cannonsburg Wal-Mart for job exploration and shadowing. Other participants were Phoenix Theaters, Kroger's, Hobby Lobby, Boyd County Clerk Debbie Jones, Steve and Barry's, Bluegrass, Western Hills Floral, Petland, Bert's Pet Center, Shoe Sensation, Valvoline, Kentucky Farmers Bank, Workman Brothers, Advance Auto Parts, Winners Circle Automotive Exchange, Bellefonte Animal Hospital, Kentucky State Police, First Impressions Hair Salon, Mastercuts, ACTC Adult Learning Center, McDonaIds, Boyd Board of Education, Curves, Barnum Beauty Supply, Realty World, Giovanni's, Summit RV, Active Adult Day Care Center, Rent 2 Own, Rajah's.

LizEllen Snyder, DMD Project Coordinator, Ted Griffith, Community Presence Director and others



The Audrey Jackson family expresses its sincere and heartfelt appreciation for the prayers, support and love we received. Every kind and thoughtful act brings peace and comfort to our hearts.

We extend special thanks to Community Hospice, Ashland EMS, Fairview Baptist Church, Clark’s Service Station and all of our loving friends, too numerous to mention. We will treasure the time we spent in making Bob comfortable and will cherish these precious memores forever.

Audrey L. Jackson and family, Ashland

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