The Alexandria Kiwanis Club and the Madison County 4-H Association have announced the 4-H members who are completing 10 years in the 4-H program.
Daughter of Roxanna Bova.
Daughter of Dondeena Haygood.
Son of Doug and Mary Jo Brunt.
Daughter of Chris and Mary Burris.
Son of Randy and Patricia Cawthorn.
Daughter of Rob and Barbara Church.
Son of Amy Danner.
Daughter of Tammi and Mark Dawson.
Daughter of Pat and Danielle Eaks.
Daughter of Bill Earle and Cheryl and Dan Trauthwein.
Daughter of Ben and Heidi Elsbury.
Son of Bryan and Stacey Flook.
Son of Katie Delph.
Daughter of Jeffrey L. and Suzan L. Hardin.
Son of Brian and Kim Hawhee.
Son of Doug and Cindy Hieatt.
Daughter of Brian and Brenda Hochstetler.
Daughter of Jeff and Kelly Jarrell and Kert and Lori Hughes.
Daughter of Jeff and Keri Kardatzke.
Daughter of Bob and Sally Kelly.
Daughter of Scott and Kelley Kornbroke.
Son of Dave and Kay Mares.
Daughter of John and Amy Matthew.
Daughter of Tom and Leah Maxey.
Daughter of Bill and Lisa McBride.
Daughter of Jon and Amber Montgomery.
Son of Vic and Mary Murray.
Son of Rhonda and Greg Perkins.
Daughter of Todd and Karen Purkey.
Son of Greg and Terri Robinson.
Daughter of Kris Chapin and Steve Santichen.
Son of Rodney and Lisa Schwinn.
Daughter of Jay and Jennifer Sigler.
Son of Neal and Jennifer Smith.
Daughter of Patty and Harold McDermit and Roger Sprague.
Daughter of Todd and Tracy VanWinkle.
Son of Brandon and Mary Ann Waterman and Dara Bowland.
Daughter of Lori and Mike Weaver.
Daughter of Kim and Duane Werling.
Daughter of Tim and Kathy Zambos.
Crossing over to Christianity
Tim Hanshew lives by 1 Corinthians 1:18: “For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” For the past six years, he has shared that power by carrying a large wooden cross throughout Anderson.
2014 Debutante Cotillion participants
The 11 participants in this year’s Debutante Cotillion Beautillion Militaire were asked a variety of questions, including their influences, words that describe themselves and favorite “words to live by.” The event begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at Madison Park Church of God, 6607 Providence Drive. Call Antoinette Davis at 620-2229 for tickets, which are $270 per table or $30 each.
- Location, location, location When imagining the house of a farmer, people don’t tend to envision the home built by George and Nancy Likens. By pouring time and attention into their haven since they originally constructed the house in 1975, they have created an updated and lovely environment in the perfect setting.
- Theresa Timmons: Dinosaurs run amok at mamaw's house I love my new job as a grandparent. It includes playing imaginary tennis with imaginary tennis rackets, making elaborate tents in the living room, and hair-pulling.
- Reliving the Orestes tornado of 1922 Spring is a time of new life and hope. A time when grass becomes green and flowers begin to bloom. But with the beauty of the season often comes the arrival of devastating storms. The spring of 1922 was no exception to the residents of Orestes.
- Back in the News: April 20 The Herald Bulletin looks back at stories from the Anderson Daily Bulletin and The Anderson Herald newspapers. 10 Years Ago – 2004 April 21 – The Edgewood Baptist Church now is completely inside the town limits of Edgewood. The Town Council made it o
- 14th annual dog walkathon at Shadyside Park The Madison County Humane Society will host its 14th annual dog walkathon on Saturday, May 3. The walk will be at Shadyside Park between 8 a.m. and noon (rain or shine.
- Maleah Stringer: Volunteers needed to spend time with shelter animals Shelters can be extremely stressful places for many animals, particularly those who have been in a loving home. This is why we want people to come into the shelter and spend time with our animals — to help keep them adoptable so that when the right person comes along they are ready.
- Community Briefs: April 20 A compilation of community news items as published in the Sunday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Jim Bailey: Wages were much less back then, but so were prices If you have any questions about what economists mean by inflation, just look at yesterday’s buying power. Those old western movies talked about wages of $1 a day. That wouldn’t even buy a burger at a fast food joint today by the time sales tax is added in.
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