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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 7-B Boling is the three-year-old daughter of Boling of Owensboro. She is the grand- Oortha and Maxie Boling of Fordsville and r Newberry of Owensboro. She is the great- of Allene (Mammie) Pulliam of Fordsville. =ework used to forever. Then we got from Sylvan? l( ~.ur ~hiid i~ ~tru~lm~ ~i~}~ holne~ork. ~a]l S~lvan today: ()ur individual Lydia Grace Baird is the one-year-old daughter of Karen and Rick Baird of Owensboro. She is the granddaughter of Wilma Baird, Sherry and Mike Alvey and Kenny and Sharon Ralph, all of Owensboro. She is the great-grand- daughter of Bernice and Ben Ralph of Owensboro and Maxie and Dortha Boling of Fordsville. She is the great- great-granddaughter of Allen (Mammie) Pulliam of Fordsviile. Olivia Carold Lyons is the two-year-old daughter of Lisa and Mitch Lyons of Valparaiso, Indiana. She is the grand- daughter of Carole and Bobby Boling of Valparaiso and Faye and Darrell Lyons of Portage, Indiana. She is the great- granddaughter of Dortha and Maxie Boling of Fordsville and Bob and Jean Rice of Fordsville. She is the great-great- granddaughter of Aliens (Mammie) Pulliam of Fordsville. e attention and personali/~'d proframs in rearling, math, ~ riting and ~tudv ,kills ~ill help H,ur hitd tackle homework more -:|i~'ctivel~. today. ,SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER* ~.vw.educale.corn The Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board via- Red Ohio County Parks Depart- ment Sunday, along with Susan Bush, commissioner of Natural Resources. They toured the Highview Hill Park and the Ohio County Park. The Board has funded the purchase of nearly 400 acres for the county. They receive money from the sale of the nature license plates, then use the money to purchase land for natural and environmental protection. Pictured left to right: Hugh Archor, Joe Dictz, Barbara Pauley, Susan Bush, Susan French, Bill Little, Dr. William Martin, Mary Jean Eddins, M. Douglas Smith, Larryasa Canary and David Johnston. Dennis and Melody Cook, Cook is employed by of Philpot, celebrated their Kimball of Fordsville. Mrs. 25th anniversary with fam-Cook is employed by Dr. ily. Ronald King. Cook and Melody Lynn They have one son, Keith Ballard were married MarchCook and a daughtm, Kari 10, 1979, at Dawson Baptist Hamilton, both of Philpot. Church, Philpot, with Dr. Joe They have four grandchil- Thomas officiating, dren. i!I Itepl you can lain ul reduce Ibe dlnll lllk Io your borne almmlng a FRE Rmwm eiiilm wmludm. Yen can mmhep m' a da eng wmludm al a role park near YOt 2 h.L intxmatio~, call eoo-eu-o66~ Fn~se web ARE TERMITES DESTROYING YOUR GREATEST INVEST- MENT? YOU CAN STOP THE DESTRUCTION OR PREVENT IT FROM EVER OCCURRING WITH THE 0 The Sentricon System is the best approach for protecting Colony Elimination System structures from termite: because it eliminates th, colony, while being non-dis- ruptive to property owners. The Sentricon System is proven, long-term protection against termite damage. Call authorized pest control profes- sional today! 800-517-2388