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Ohio County Times-News TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2002, PAGE 5-B *Weddings *Birthdays *Births *'Anniversaries *Special Occasions O00OOeO@OOO0 eel- birthday July l abes" party at in at- Chandler Asberry, Blaire and Griffin Geary, Kelsey Shelby, Anna Nolan Makenzie Smith, Colton and Uncle )aw, Aunt Tina and Uncle Barry, Aunt Marsha and Uncle Larry, Aunty Sheena, Aunt Jodi, Sonja Hall, Memaw and Peppaw and Uncle David and Melanie. Blaine is the son of B and Stacy Gillim of Hartford. He is the grandson of Tom and Brenda Lunsford of Hartford and Glen and Janet Gillim of Olaton. Blaine is also the great-grand- son of Adrian and Lorene Bur- ton of Olaton. He received so many nice gifts and loved spending time with ev- eryone who 'shared his special day:. ' ...... ' (including all health care needs) Jonna Shea Tyring and James Arthur Beddow 11 announce their engagement. Jonna is the daughter of Robin C. Mellon of West Chester, Ohio and Bobby G. Tyring of Oakland City, Indiana. Jimmy is the son of Bonnie Welch of Beaver Dam and James A. Beddow, also of Beaver Dam. Jonna is employed at Verizon The Ohio County Public Li- brary storytime registration will begin' Monday, August 26"for the Wireless as a retail sales repre- sentative and at Dr. Glenn Norton DDS as a dental assis- tant. Jimmy is employed at Foot- locker as a manager. The couple will marry Sep- tember 14, at Oak Grove Gen- eral Baptist Church in Oakland City, Indiana. Q By Frances Harvey 274-5552 and Selena Gilstrap 274-9062 It is Monday morning, August 19 and there's some good news to write. This area received some much-needed rain last week. The rain began early Tuesday after- noon, August 13. It was good, hard rain! It has rained some every day since. The children, grandchildren and other family members of Lorene Leach hosted a birthday dinner in her honor last Sunday, August 18, at Saint Francis Com- munity Center, Horse Branch. Lorene celebrates her 82nd birth- day on Wednesday of this week, August 21. Best wishes go to her. There was a called meeting of The Rosins 'Association Tuesday night of this week. The main item on the agenda was the discussion of plans for Labor Day weekend. TRA will have a food booth at the Jerusalem Ridge bluegrass festi- val. The Jerusalem Ridge bluegrass festival will be held at the Monroe Homeplace Thursday - Sunday, August 29 - September 1. Forty- four bands are scheduled to per- form. For information, call 270- 298-3551. I 1 I nity Center, Horse Branch. The lunches are available for a $1 donation to persons age 60 and older. It's a great place to have lunch with friends. Rosins native, Freddie Jane Dye, Chattanooga, was sched- uled to have knee replacement surgery Tuesday morning of this week (8:15 a.m., ET, Au- gust 20). The surgeon at Park Ridge Hospital told her that if all goes well, she should be home by Friday, August 23. Best wishes for a complete recovery go to her. She plans to still come home for the Rosins Fall Festival. Recent visitors of Loretta Allen included her daughter, Connie Jean Payton, of Flint Springs and her sister-in-law, Pauline Davis, Milburn, Florida. To all Rosins area people who are sick, Best Wishes for a quick recovery. The regular meeting of The Rosine Association will be held at 7 p,m. Tuesday, August 27, at the Barn. following ages: Mother Goose, 0-24 months; Toddler Time, 2 and 3 year-olds; arid Story :Circle, 3 1/2, 4 and 5 year-Iris. The activities include read- The 30th Annual Rosins Fall Festival will be held at Rosins Community Park Thursday night, Friday night, Saturday and Sat- urday night, September 12, 13 and 14. The first Rosins Fall Festival was held the second weekend in September, 1973 as part of Rosine's Centennial Celebration. Festivals have been held on that weekend each year since. The Rosine Association sponsors the Rosins Barn Jam- boree, a jam session held ev- ery week at the Barn in Rosins. Music begins at about 7 p.m. every Friday. All musicians, singers and fans are welcome. There is no charge for admis- sion. The Barn will be ope dur- ing the day time on Friday and , For information,ab0ut bandg Saturday, August 30 and 31, performing, etc., call 270-274- welcome visitors to Rosine. alou;] bodks;sto g, flannel" b062 A mls's -I' the-l ark is board stories, puppets, games free. and group participation. There are day and evening sessions for the Toddler Time and Story Circle programs. For more information or to register call 298-3790. The li- brary is located at 413 Main Street in Hartford. Thelma McKinney, Greenville, and her daughter, Gayla Hofmann, Hartford, took three of Thelma's sisters to supper at Dermy's one evening last week. In the dinner party were Thelma and Gayla, Golda Ruby and Frances Harvey of Rosine and Alma Wright of Centertown. They enjoyed a nice The Jambo 'et 'will be held the night of Friday, August 30, at its regular time. The Rosins Area Commu- nity Choir meets for practice at 7 p.m. each Thursday at Rosine United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome. The Rosine News is even shorter than usual this week. BUCKLE UP ................... l evening together. A nice, rainy The writers need help. Per- | evening that was. sons with news are requested I ---- toplease call Frances Harvey, | Nutritious lunches are served 270-274-5552 or Selena at 11:30 a.m. each Tuesday and Gilstrap, 270-274-9062. Wednesday at St" Francis Cmmu" renewal card whent return your .......... renewing your -*At subscription to the Times-News iding Weekend Norsworthy Medical Associates along with our other care providers WALK-INS ONLY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY YMENT DUE AT TIME OF SERVICE $40530.00 up front established patients (seen within the last 3 years) 00 up front non-established patients (not seen in last 3 years or ever) Balance due will be bdled to insurance co. All insurances will be filed. 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