American Legion

American Legion Post 99 member Kenny “Cuz” Alley and Sons of the American Legion member and Master of Ceremonies Tony Coppola award Ella Henslee first place and Avery Dickerson second place in the Oratorical Contest. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Behold the bright minds

It was an observation of democracy; an ode to the shaping of this nation and the impact of laws on its citizens. It was also an event signifying hope, Master of Ceremonies Tony Coppola pointed-out, because America’s hope lies with its youth.

American Legion Post 99 members and Sons of the American Legion Post 99 members gather at the recycling center, which they used organization funds to help pave. L-R Chuck Hinz, Mark Firmin, Jeremy Harder, Jack “Captain Jack” Hudspeth, Kenny “Cuz” Alley and Jim Hinz. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Honey paves the way

Patrick Maidman busied himself unloading a vehicle full of cardboard at the newly paved recycling center on Hwy. 191. He noted how nice it looked and also that the improvement was just in time for winter.

Community cleanup October 9

Nearly 1.6 million barrels of oil are used every year to produce plastic bottles. Those bottles can take up to 450 years to decompose, according to The Balance. The 18 billion disposable diapers thrown away every year take about 250-500 years to decompose. It is a dirty world out there but it does not have to be.

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