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The Elk Branch Presbyterian Church welcomed members of the Pack Horse Ford chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution on Sept. 6. Chapter members Betty Ann Lowe and Ann Hunter shared the history of their church and their long-time family connections to the church. The chapter continues to try to help the […]

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Diehl-Berry

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The H. Hart Bennett Foundation Inc. presented a check in the amount of $34,000 to the Jefferson County Fair Association for renovations of the hog barn. “It is certainly an honor to accept this donation. It will certainly benefit the young people exhibitors for many years to come and we are very, very grateful,” Bob […]

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New ranks in Ranson
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Mount Ellen’s shaded side yard offered a cool and pleasant spot for the Shenandoah Garden Club’s annual July picnic. The elegant 250-year-old house is home to club member Giulia Tencalla and her husband, Yves. The large grassy yard, colorful gardens, sheltering trees, and bright, humidity-free evening added to the enjoyment of the event. Laughter echoed […]

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African-American historic landmark unveiled
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Jefferson Memorial Park roundup: Children’s tennis standings — Big league: Lions, 5-2; Tigers, 4-3; Blue Jays, 3-4; Bears, 2-5. Little league: Cubs, 7-0; Vikings, 5-2; Hawks, 1-6; Owls, 1-6. Results: July 16 — Tigers 7, Bears 2; Lions 7, Blue Jays 2. July 17 — Cubs 9, Vikings 3; Owls 7, Hawks 5. July 18 […]

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Rizzos celebrate 48 years
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Jefferson CEO meeting highlights

Jamie Phipps hosted the April meeting of the Jefferson CEOS Club. Using the program theme of the day “Time for Tea,” she had a tea party. Members arrived donning spring hats and gloves. The hostess served four kinds of tea in beautiful tea pots. She served scones and assorted sandwiches and cookies. The origin of […]

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The Jefferson Community Education Outreach Service Club met at the Extension Office for their May meeting. The subject of the day was “Artisans Crafts of the World.” A video was shown by Extension Agent Judy Matlick. Through out history people have used their hands to make items. They have passed their skills form one generation […]

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