Construction continues as Wald Park gets ready for Aug. 25 dedication. Photo submitted by Joanne Pawsat -
Fleming county recreational park fireworks celebration. Pictured are Leia Grannis, Ariel Grannis and Abe Fritz. Photo submitted by Jacob Fritz -
Claudia Castle teaches a watercolor portrait workshop at the Cox Gallery with 30 attendees. Photo by Dee Werline -
Margie Bertram with her winning “paint chip challenge” project. Margie is a member of the Golden Needles Quilters. Photo by Polly White - -
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Judge Barry Beery of Chillicothe, Ohio, examines a class of Market Hogs Tuesday at the Tollesboro Lions Club Fair where a record number of hogs and exhibitors participated in the Hog Show Event. Sixty youth showmen (plus 32 adults) showed 116 hogs in 17 Market Hog classes and 1 Breeder Gilt class. Supreme Champion Showman Senior Division honors went to William Jacobs; Supreme Champion Showman Junior Division was awarded to Nathaniel Doyle, with the Novice Division Supreme Champion Showman award bestowed on Kendall Johnson. The Supreme Champion Hog was exhibited by Wade Banks, with the Reserve shown by Colton Ball. The Champion Breeder Gilt hog was exhibited by William Jacobs, the reserve by Lakelynn Shoemaker. The Lewis County 4-H Grand Champion was awarded to Lakelynn Shoemaker, with the Reserve Award going to Brantley Shoemaker. - -
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Members of the Tribe of Asher display the dreidels they made while at the Carpentry Shop at Jerusalem Marketplace, Refinery Church of the Nazarene. Pictured, front row, left to right,Harper Vice, Maggie Schumacher, Addison Fryman, Kennedy Vice and Mara Kern; back row, Shopkeepers Shanda Hamilton and Greg Marshall. Submitted by Kim Hilterbrand. - -

Construction continues as Wald Park gets ready for Aug. 25 dedication.

Photo submitted by Joanne Pawsat

Fleming county recreational park fireworks celebration. Pictured are Leia Grannis, Ariel Grannis and Abe Fritz.

Photo submitted by Jacob Fritz

Claudia Castle teaches a watercolor portrait workshop at the Cox Gallery with 30 attendees.

Photo by Dee Werline

Margie Bertram with her winning “paint chip challenge” project. Margie is a member of the Golden Needles Quilters.

Photo by Polly White

The Augusta Art Guild presents the work of eight regional women artists during the month of August. “Pushing the Boundaries” may be viewed at the art guild gallery 116 Main Street, Augusta on Saturdays and Sundays noon to 4pm. The public are invited to an opening reception Friday, Aug. 3 from 6-8 p.m. Participating artists are Susan Young, Marilyn Lustik and Theresa Barnes; Debbie Risner, Ivanka Lempitskiy, Betsy Baltzer, Linda Gray and Jeanne Grant.

God’s Evening Glory

Submitted by Louis Browning

Judge Barry Beery of Chillicothe, Ohio, examines a class of Market Hogs Tuesday at the Tollesboro Lions Club Fair where a record number of hogs and exhibitors participated in the Hog Show Event. Sixty youth showmen (plus 32 adults) showed 116 hogs in 17 Market Hog classes and 1 Breeder Gilt class. Supreme Champion Showman Senior Division honors went to William Jacobs; Supreme Champion Showman Junior Division was awarded to Nathaniel Doyle, with the Novice Division Supreme Champion Showman award bestowed on Kendall Johnson. The Supreme Champion Hog was exhibited by Wade Banks, with the Reserve shown by Colton Ball. The Champion Breeder Gilt hog was exhibited by William Jacobs, the reserve by Lakelynn Shoemaker. The Lewis County 4-H Grand Champion was awarded to Lakelynn Shoemaker, with the Reserve Award going to Brantley Shoemaker.

Rotary District Governor Dean Hammond spoke to the Maysville Rotary Club on Tuesday, July 17.

Six of the twelve tribes of Israel, Jerusalem Marketplace VBS, Refinery Church of the Nazarene.

Submitted by Kim Hilterbrand.

Members of the Tribe of Asher display the dreidels they made while at the Carpentry Shop at Jerusalem Marketplace, Refinery Church of the Nazarene. Pictured, front row, left to right,Harper Vice, Maggie Schumacher, Addison Fryman, Kennedy Vice and Mara Kern; back row, Shopkeepers Shanda Hamilton and Greg Marshall.

Submitted by Kim Hilterbrand.

Construction continues as Wald Park gets ready for Aug. 25 dedication. Photo submitted by Joanne Pawsat
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_waldpark.jpgConstruction continues as Wald Park gets ready for Aug. 25 dedication. Photo submitted by Joanne Pawsat

Fleming county recreational park fireworks celebration. Pictured are Leia Grannis, Ariel Grannis and Abe Fritz. Photo submitted by Jacob Fritz
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_fireworkssubmitted.jpgFleming county recreational park fireworks celebration. Pictured are Leia Grannis, Ariel Grannis and Abe Fritz. Photo submitted by Jacob Fritz

Claudia Castle teaches a watercolor portrait workshop at the Cox Gallery with 30 attendees. Photo by Dee Werline
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_deeclass.jpgClaudia Castle teaches a watercolor portrait workshop at the Cox Gallery with 30 attendees. Photo by Dee Werline

Margie Bertram with her winning “paint chip challenge” project. Margie is a member of the Golden Needles Quilters. Photo by Polly White
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_fridayphoto.jpgMargie Bertram with her winning “paint chip challenge” project. Margie is a member of the Golden Needles Quilters. Photo by Polly White

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Judge Barry Beery of Chillicothe, Ohio, examines a class of Market Hogs Tuesday at the Tollesboro Lions Club Fair where a record number of hogs and exhibitors participated in the Hog Show Event. Sixty youth showmen (plus 32 adults) showed 116 hogs in 17 Market Hog classes and 1 Breeder Gilt class. Supreme Champion Showman Senior Division honors went to William Jacobs; Supreme Champion Showman Junior Division was awarded to Nathaniel Doyle, with the Novice Division Supreme Champion Showman award bestowed on Kendall Johnson. The Supreme Champion Hog was exhibited by Wade Banks, with the Reserve shown by Colton Ball. The Champion Breeder Gilt hog was exhibited by William Jacobs, the reserve by Lakelynn Shoemaker. The Lewis County 4-H Grand Champion was awarded to Lakelynn Shoemaker, with the Reserve Award going to Brantley Shoemaker.
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_pigpic.jpgJudge Barry Beery of Chillicothe, Ohio, examines a class of Market Hogs Tuesday at the Tollesboro Lions Club Fair where a record number of hogs and exhibitors participated in the Hog Show Event. Sixty youth showmen (plus 32 adults) showed 116 hogs in 17 Market Hog classes and 1 Breeder Gilt class. Supreme Champion Showman Senior Division honors went to William Jacobs; Supreme Champion Showman Junior Division was awarded to Nathaniel Doyle, with the Novice Division Supreme Champion Showman award bestowed on Kendall Johnson. The Supreme Champion Hog was exhibited by Wade Banks, with the Reserve shown by Colton Ball. The Champion Breeder Gilt hog was exhibited by William Jacobs, the reserve by Lakelynn Shoemaker. The Lewis County 4-H Grand Champion was awarded to Lakelynn Shoemaker, with the Reserve Award going to Brantley Shoemaker.

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Members of the Tribe of Asher display the dreidels they made while at the Carpentry Shop at Jerusalem Marketplace, Refinery Church of the Nazarene. Pictured, front row, left to right,Harper Vice, Maggie Schumacher, Addison Fryman, Kennedy Vice and Mara Kern; back row, Shopkeepers Shanda Hamilton and Greg Marshall. Submitted by Kim Hilterbrand.
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_refinery2.jpgMembers of the Tribe of Asher display the dreidels they made while at the Carpentry Shop at Jerusalem Marketplace, Refinery Church of the Nazarene. Pictured, front row, left to right,Harper Vice, Maggie Schumacher, Addison Fryman, Kennedy Vice and Mara Kern; back row, Shopkeepers Shanda Hamilton and Greg Marshall. Submitted by Kim Hilterbrand.