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Second annual Health Fair was deemed successfu.

second annual Health Fair was deemed successfuThe second annual Health Fair was deemed successful by event organizers.

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Birthday fun

Dr. Seuss Birthday CelebrationBethany Stephens with the Franklin County Library places a Dr. Seuss hat on Cameron Foster’s head at the Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration Friday, March 2 at the library.

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Toys in memorium

Toys in memoriumKelly Alphin displays the large number of toys donated in memory of Michael Davis to be distributed to children in need.

WOW quilt

WOW quiltMembers of the Women of Winfield, Wynell Gaddis, Jeannie Pamplin, Joan Doss, Karen Walton, Norma and Jake Narramore, display the quilt won by Trace Gill.

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2012 Friends of Scouting campaign underway

The 2012 Friends of Scouting campaign is underway in Franklin County, according to Mitch Gatlin, Senior District Executive for the White Oak District of Boy Scouts of America.

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Members sought for 2012 buying team

Members are being sought for the Poor Boys buying team to purchase livestock at the annual Mount Vernon - Saltillo FFA and 4-H Project Show

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Beard Busters Chapter, NWTF, event grosses almost $17,110

The Beard Busters Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation grossed $17,110 from its annual fund raising dinner and auction Friday, Feb. 24.

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Friends of the Library plan KiteFest event at airport

The Friends of the Franklin County Library are organizing KiteFest 2012.

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Charlotte Chaney to speak

Charlotte Chaney will talk about preservation of historical documents, photos and textiles at the March 5 meeting of the Franklin County Historical Association.

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