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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21, 2002, PAGE 16-B Cpl, Delbert Gray enlisted in the Armed Forces Janu- ary 27, 1943 in Jefferson County, Kentucky ,.nd en- tered into active duty February 3, 1943. He was a Heavy Machine Gunnery, loaded, aimed and fired 50 caliber ma- chine guns to bring fire power upon en- emy troops and posi- tions. He was trained in and made use of knowledge of cover concealment and camouflage. Also" supervised the work of four ma- chine gun crews for one and one half years in Central Eu- rope. He received the American Theatre Ribbon, Bronze Star, Victory Medal, Good Conduct Medal and Eame Theater Rib- bon. Gray was dis- charged February 16, 1946 from Camp Atterbury, Indiana. 101.9 FM A 2-Day Trip To The "John F. Kennedy" Presidential Exhibit... at the GAYLORD OPRYLAND" nt$ONT & COnVENTiON CEBTEI Nashville The Cuban missile Crisis... A Dream of sending Americans to the Moon within a decade.., and one fateful November day in Dallas. The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Coventlon Center presents the JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENTIAL EXHIBIT... March 12th through May 27th. This one of a kind exhibit chronicles the life of JFK with hundreds of personal items...even JFKs oval office rocking eha , along with docu- ments, never before seen photographs and a tour of a min- iature replica of the White House for a privileged peek in- side 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Register today at Danhauer Drugs, 4th and Frederlca, Owensboro and Purcell Tire, 813 E. 18th, Owensboro to win: 2 tickets to the JFK EXHIBIT, 2 NIGHTS stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort Nashville, 2 tickets for a dinner cruise and show on the General Jackson Showboat, 2 tick- for a ride on the Delta River Flatboat. Plus increase your chances of winning by listening to "McRee In The Morning" weekdays on Q 102/I01.9 FM. Special Group Rates Available By Calling 1-888-OPRYLAND-872 Students chool N participate "shadowing tn As part of the nationally rec- ognized School-to-Work Ground- hog Job Shadow event, 25 stu- dents and educators from high schools in the Regional Alliance for Education visited the State Capitol on February 26. Stu- dents attended the general ses- sion in both the House of Rep- resentatives and the Senate, special committee meetings and met with local representatives. A total of 175 students across the state took part in the event. Students viewed how bills are developed and passed. They also got a glance into the life of a state politician. Job shadowing is an aca- demically motivating activity designed to give students an up- close look at the world of work and to answer the question "Why do I have to learn thi_s?" Beginning with a nation-wide kick-off on February I and con- tinuing throughout the school year, students shadow work- place mentors as they go through a normal day on the job. Students from Apollo High School, Beacon Central, Davieas County High School, Hancock , County High School, McLean County High School, Ohio County High School, Owensbore High School and Trinity High School participated in this all- day event. Wayland Alexander Elementary Wayland Alexander Site Base Council will have a called meet- ing March 25 at 3:15 p.m. in the school's conference room. The purpose of the mee is staffing for next school year. Southern Elementary School Last year Southern Elemen- tary School and its cemmurSty donated 100 pints of blood for their local hospital through the western Kentucky Regional Blood Center. They are once again asking for your donation! Blood of all types is needed. You can donate at a time con- venient to your schedule. It only takes approximately 30 minutes and is completely safe. They will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m, in the school gymna- sium. You may contact Carol I-Iawes at 274-4255 for more in- formation. Donors must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least Ii0 pounds. Donors should eat well prior to donation. Donors must check all medications with blood center staff: 56 days Please school and the court Jeremy Road TAX "Ask Us * Checks in 1-3 Days Fees Deducted From * Direct Deposit in 10-14 Highway 62 East, * Call for appointment * Hours: 9 & SaL 9 a.m. - 4 State 22 Years II FREE Exhibitions, Activities NASA Starship 2040 (in it's 1st ever visit to Kyl), Lexington Theatre, Asset Alley, Ky Alive Bus, Make a Masterpiece case of schools, jugglers, kids performing, and morel The theme for CELEBRATE THE CHILD 2002 is "Reach for a reminder of the wonders of space arm the great future ahead for read and love to learn. ALL EVENTS AT OHIO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Please help with Together We Care's Books for Kids donating a GENT/. Yused book at Ce/ebrate the Ch//d -CelebmtetheC'-n.d'isapmjecto#'Oh Cour Toge4t WeCam;. Theevontisa Oh,o Cou Hoep , and outer gmu and WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHOW T-Shirts are available at: Together We Care Office McDonalds Ohio County Hospital Gift Shop Ad courtesy of Ohio Co. Hospital