For just the second time since 1971, the Green River Catfish Festival hosted a County Fair Exhibit. The exhibit was held in the Eva J. Hawes Community Center. Over 300 items were received and on display during the exhibit.
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There will be a baby shower for Brian and Kelli (Beach) Carroll on Sunday, July 15th at Richland Baptist Church fellowship hall at 2 pm.
They are registered at Wal-Mart, Target, and Toys-R-Us. Please come join us celebrate as they prepare for their baby BOY!
Belmont Church Camp is quickly approaching! If you don't want to miss out on great fun, awesome worship, and fun times then pick up your application at Aberdeen Grocery or Shell (formally Scot's Market). Camp is open to students in the 3rd through 9th grades for the 2012-2013 school year.
Miss Madison Taylor Stalter of Las Vegas recently graduated from Preschool. Madison is the daughter of Ali and Randy Stalter and granddaughter of Janeen Taylor. Pictured with Madison is proud grandma Janeen.
A look at Day Four of the Green River Catfish Festival.
The Little Muddy RD Club met June 11th, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. There were 33 people present. The meeting began with the pledge to the American flag. Wayne Hatcher gave the blessing for the meal.
The annual Catfish Cook-off was held on Saturday at the Catfish Festival. This event is sponsored every year by the office of Dr.
With one eye on their animal and the other on the judge, participants placed their preparation on display Thursday night. The event was the 2012 Butler County Jr. Livestock Show, a part of the Catfish Festival, held at the Eva J. Hawes community building.
The final pageant of the Green River Catfish Festival took place on Saturday morning at the Butler County High School. Boys and girls age 0-23 month old, with parents in tow, paraded the stage.