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Preparing the feast

Andy Emery and John O’Hara man the cookers for the North Franklin Volunteer Fire Department Fish FryAndy Emery and John O’Hara man the cookers for the North Franklin Volunteer Fire Department Fish Fry on Saturday, Feb.9.

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Kesterson promoted to Asst. Vice President

Becky KestersonGuaranty Bond Bank announced the promotion of Becky Kesterson to Assistant Vice President of Mortgage last week.

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Alzheimer Support group to meet Saturday Feb. 16

The Alzheimer Support Group for Mount Vernon area will meet at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16

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All hotel-motel tax funding placed under committee

Recommendations for allocation of all the Franklin County Hotel-Motel Tax Funds were placed under the care of the Franklin County Hotel Tax Advisory Committee Monday.

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Singing at Old Saltillo UM Church Friday

A “Group Singing” is planned at the Old Saltillo United Methodist Church.

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Pearce promoted at First National Bank

Rachel PearceRachel Pearce was named Banking Officer of First National Bank of Mount Vernon

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Doss, Birdsong, Henderson honored at black history event

The Henderson family accepts award.The Henderson family accepts an award on behalf of the late Lollie Ruth Henderson during the sixth annual Black History Month celebration.

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Father Daughter Dance

Father Daughter DanceSeveral daddies and daughters from Franklin County attended the annual Father Daughter Dance

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Annual Backyard Bird Count set for Feb. 15-18

The 16th annual Backyard Bird Count will take place February 15-18. Participants do not need to be able to identify every bird, and the online submission process helps check their accuracy and prevent errors. For more details, see the Feb. 7 edition of the Mount Vernon Optic-Herald.