***On May 29, 2012 at approximately 1:55 PM Carra L. Tucker succumb to her injuries sustained in the accident. Charles Tucker III was treated and released for his injuries.
Annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade was bigger (and colder) than in past years.
Shown are the three styles of dog licenses available this year. The one-year license is shown on the left, permanent license is in the middle and the three-year license is on the right. (Ryan Berry photo)
Rachel Jones puckers up for a smacker from Harley the Pug, as Jen Schatz and South School Principal Rhonda Schaar look on. Kathy Warvel is holding Harley.
Cheyenne, Charlie and Zorianna, students at the Greenville Head Start program help Commissioners Diane Delaplane, Mike Stegall and Mike Rhoades, and Kristy Cutarelli and Marilyn Delk, representing Fish, decorate the Mitten Tree at Montage.
Members of the Wildflower Garden Club were thanked by Dave and Annie for being a Star Sponsor for Annie’s Wild West Gala.
|Shown are Brian Pohlman, FFA Advisor, Austin Mikesell, and Mrs. Brenda Miller Library Media Specialists.|
|Dr. Paul Jones will speak to the Living with Cancer Support Group about companion animals.|
|The Greenville-Union Cemetery was decorated with flags on the veteran graves for Memorial Day.|
|Veterans marched their way from Downtown Greenville to the Cemetery.|
|The Greenville Navy Junior ROTC participated in the event.|
|Greenville Senior High Marching Band added patriotic music to the festivities.|
|The National Anthem was played by the Greenville Senior High School Marching Band.|
|Chaplain Samuel Hoeflich opened with prayer and gave the benediction.|
|Chad Denman, of the Greenville Navy Jr. ROTC gave Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.|
|Joseph Lenhart was the keynote speaker at the Greenville-Union Cemetery service.|
|Commanders and Auxiliary Presidents of the Greenville veterans organizations decorated the monument.|
|A Greenville High School bugler played Taps.|
|The flag was saluted during the National Anthem.|
Steve Burns, president/CEO of Greenville National Bank, presented a check to Marlise McCallister, trustee and Beth Sears, director. (Submitted photo)
|Plenty of tickets are still available for Annie’s Wild West Gala. (Submitted photo)|
Members of Girl Scout Troop #31293, Kassidy York and Samantha Buchy, assists with the downtown plantings. This is their fourth year participating in the Adopt A Box program.
The Darke County United Way Board of Directors and staff reported the agency exceeded its fundraising goal by nearly $30,000.
|Senator Faber congratulates Drew Lovejoy on his recent accomplishments.|
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