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The Mount Vernon Baldwin Shrine Club received a check for $1,000 that goes to Shriners hospitals for care of children with injuries and illnesses, at their annual meeting Wednesday evening. Presenting the check is Priscilla Cunningham, 2nd vice-president of the Ladies Auxiliary of AmVets. Accepting was Galen Neibarger, 2017 president for the Shriners. This is the 11th year AmVets had made the contribution, totaling over $14,000. Cunningham has a personal involvement with the Shrine hospitals, a grandson was cared for after being burned with gasoline over much of his body.

Continued contributions

The Mount Vernon Baldwin Shrine Club received a check for $1,000 that goes to Shriners hospitals for care of children with injuries and illnesses, at their annual meeting Wednesday evening

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December 23, 2016

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Two commissioners will start new terms after the first of the year. They were sworn into office Thursday morning by State Representative Margaret Ann Ruhl, left. Teresa Bemiller, center, will begin her third term and will be president of the Board of Commissioners. Thom Collier, right, is starting his second term on the board.

New terms

Two commissioners will start new terms after the first of the year. They were sworn into office Thursday morning by State Representative Margaret Ann Ruhl

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December 23, 2016

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Utica wreaths

he Utica Area Foundation and members of local veterans groups took part in the “Wreaths Across America” ceremony recognized nationally on Saturday.

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December 21, 2016

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Alan Reed/News A few Knox County veteran families received a little treat for the holidays Tuesday. Baker’s IGA decided to donate boxes of food to the Knox County Veterans Service Office to distribute to area veterans in Knox County. Eight boxes of food for eight families were prepared consisting of ham, potatoes, fruit, bread, vegetables, eggs, milk and juice. The donations came from Baker’s IGA as well as employees and customers. Pictured are, from left, Brett Bantum and Kisty Wheeler of Baker’s IGA, and Melissa Latham and Kevin Henthorn from the Knox County VSO.

Food boxes donated

A few Knox County veteran families received a little treat for the holidays Tuesday. Baker’s IGA decided to donate boxes of food to the Knox County Veterans Service Office to distribute to area veterans in Knox County.

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December 21, 2016

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Joshua Morrison/News Fitting in with the Mount Vernon Christmas Parade’s theme of “Comic Strip Christmas,” this Snoopy with Woodstock and lit up Christmas tree with packages underneath in the front yard of Wooster Avenue will make you smile. You can view more light displays on a three-part video series this week on mountvernonnews.com or via the e-edition.

A ‘Joe Cool’ kind of Christmas

Fitting in with the Mount Vernon Christmas Parade’s theme of “Comic Strip Christmas,” this Snoopy with Woodstock and lit up Christmas tree with packages underneath in the front yard of Wooster Avenue will make you smile.

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December 20, 2016

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Joshua Morrison/News On Monday, Wiggin Street Elementary first-graders performed three traditional Christmas songs, “Must Be Santa,” “Star Light, Star Bright” and “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas” for parents and friends at a packed Rosse Hall on the Kenyon College Campus in Gambier. The elementary school performed the program “With All My Heart” which included songs like “Jingle Bells,” “Auld Lang Syne” and ended with “Song of Peace.”

Off key? Nope, right on the nose

On Monday, Wiggin Street Elementary first-graders performed three traditional Christmas songs, “Must Be Santa,” “Star Light, Star Bright” and “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas” for parents and friends at a packed Rosse Hall on the Kenyon College Campus in Gambier.

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December 20, 2016

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Virgil Shipley/News Expansion at The People’s Bank at 11423 Upper Gilchrist Road was celebrated Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce. The People’s Bank recently took over one suite in their existing building and have remodeled for the addition of a new loan office and three processing stations. A move into the new office is planned in the near future. Instead of cutting a ribbon, bills, totaling $250 were taped together. Pictured at Friday’s ribbon cutting are Deb Kirk, chamber ambassador; Jean Coe, vice president lending; Deanna Johnson, bank manager; Joan Jones, president and CFO, cutting the bills; Alicia Freeman, president, FRC; Paul Wreede, CEO; Amy Boyd, commercial lending; and Michael Percy, chamber ambassador. The money will go to United Way.

Bank expands

Expansion at The People’s Bank at 11423 Upper Gilchrist Road was celebrated Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce.

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December 17, 2016

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