November 2015 Articles
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Tommy Sandlin 'passes the torch' to Tyler Davenport

By Ben Kemplin

Posted on November 30, 2015 11:18 AM



With the upcoming retirement of Thomas ‘Tommy’ Sandlin, there will be a few changes—but not too many—as his ‘big shoes’ are being filled by his ever-present sidekick, Tyler Davenport.  Tommy and Tyler have worked very closely for the last six-plus years sin...

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Stevenson's Chapel Christmas Thrift Shop a Christian service, a success

By Jenn Dana

Posted on November 29, 2015 3:27 PM



A church can do great things when they are one in mind, body, and spirit.   About three weeks ago, I had the privilege of sitting around a kitchen island with three friends discussing how to raise money to help kids in our local area. We know there are people in our local community who will ha...

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Logan Chamber Newsletter for Nov. 25

By Ryan Craig, Chamber Executive Director

Posted on November 27, 2015 10:46 PM



YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM’S AMBITIOUS PROJECT It was a great idea developed by several members of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce and with the unwavering support of both school system superintendents Youth Leadership Logan was created and has been an unequivocal success. Still,...

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Logan Chamber Newsletter for Nov. 19

By Ryan Craig, Chamber Executive Director

Posted on November 19, 2015 4:50 PM



You may have already met the new managing business partner for the Russellville McDonald’s, but if you haven’t, make a point to go out and talk with Jose Graffe. Jose, a tall, smart and pleasant man, is the Managing Business Partner for G&L Management, the new owners of th...

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Adairville School appreciates parent volunteers

By Kristina Rice, Principal

Posted on November 6, 2015 10:54 PM



Adairville School could not ask for more supportive parents. This year, the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) organized a playground cleanup day. Over 40 parents, students, and staff helped paint the playground equipment and spruce up the playground area. Students now have a new fresh take on thei...

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Auburn School honors volunteers, invites more Wednesday

By Hope Strode, FYRSC Director

Posted on November 6, 2015 10:13 PM



The biggest gift you can give a child is the gift of time. School volunteers are doing just that, by volunteering year-round to enhance the culture of Auburn Elementary School, through the coordination of the Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC). The mission of the FRYSC is to help aca...

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Logan Chamber Newsletter for Nov. 2

By Ryan Craig, Chamber Executive Director

Posted on November 2, 2015 1:25 PM



Are you hungry? Or, do you think you might be hungry on Nov. 12? We’d like to feed you, thank you for being a Chamber member and introduce you to our newest board of directors at our Annual Logan County Chamber of Commerce Membership Breakfast. We will gather at Logan Memorial Hospital&...

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Social media too often becomes antisocial

By Mary Helen Hendrix

Posted on November 2, 2015 12:09 PM



Mary Helen Hendrix believes in the educational value of the internet as Digital Learning Coordinator/Director, Interactive Digital Center for Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College. Dealing with social media is not always as constructive, she contends. Merriam-Webster offers a rather...

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