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Butler County High Class of 1962 Annual Get-Together

All classmates are invited to attend the annual get-together on June 30th, 2012. This year we will meet for lunch at Little Tokyo on Rochester Road just past Hardees. We plan to assemble about 11:00AM for lunch and visitation. If you cannot make this luncheon then hopefully we can all be at the reunion on October 13th.

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BCHS Drumline Hosts Camp

The Butler County High School Marching Band hosted their second annual Drumline Camp this Thursday and Friday at BCHS. The camp was open not only to members of the BCHS Drumline but members of the surrounding counties drumlines as well. The two-day camp ran from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm at the high school.

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Boys & Girls Club hosts Hawaiian Luau

The children at the Boys & Girls Club of Butler County held a special Hawaiian Luau this afternoon to mark the end of their Hawaiian unit of study. Club Director Debra Hall explained that children at the club learn about a different theme each week and this week they learned about Hawaiian Luaus. Students learned about luaus this week in addition to making flowers, instruments, and learning a dance to go along with the theme. She said that the luau provided the club with a fun way to invite members of the community out to the club to see what is happening there.

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Happy Anniversary Sherry & Jack

Happy Anniversary Jack and Sherry Clark.  Hope you have a great time in New York. Thank you Jack for representing Butler County and Beech Tree News on Good Morning America this morning.  Jack wore his Butler County shirt and his BTN hat.  Tonight the Clarks will be on the Late Show with David Letterman.

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Williams-Johnson wedding

Cathy Williams and Phillip Johnson are pleased to announce their marriage at 3 p.m., Saturday, June 23, at the Green River Museum in Woodbury.  

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Scenic Route Photography

Oh the beauty of the colors of God!!! An early morning drive always pays off, but this morning, was one of the most beautiful in awhile. This sunrise (complements of God) was one of the most beautiful I've experienced for a while. The Scenic Route of life is just so incredibly gorgeous if we'll just let ourselves experience it. Moments like these, are one of the reasons I changed my company name from Lazi Daze to Scenic Route. The name definitely fits what I love . . . taking the back roads along the scenic route.

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Fleming 50th Anniversary

The children of Jerry and Mary Fleming request your presence for their parents 50th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, July 4th from 2 to 4 PM, at their parents’ home in Huntsville, KY. Their children are Becki (Stan) Flener, Diane (Haskel) Lawrence, Mary Kay (Danny) Held, Julie (Todd) Johnson.

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Butler County NSDAR News

L to R: Gladys Brooks Lydia Bratcher, Jane Eaton-Henderson, Maxine Minton. Jennifer Odle, Georgia Laverne Romans, Lynda Knight, Lois Russ and center June McGuyer

Butler County Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution presented their annual Flag Day program on Thursday, June 14 at 10:00 in the courthouse yard. Regent Lynda D. Knight welcomed everyone giving us informative background information, laced with heartfelt red,white, and blue patriotism, on Flag Day and the Flag.

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Johnson Family Christmas Reunion

December  2, 2011 was a very special date for the descendants of Christopher Columbus Johnson and Lillie Frances Flener Johnson. The Masonic Hall in Morgantown was decorated with Christmas colors: tablecloths provided by a friend of the family, Christine Coleman; centerpieces by Paula Young Taylor; Christmas tree decorated by Darleen Taylor with ornaments made with Johnson pictures; and lots of great Johnson food provided by each family. Each family brought pictures to share. Great laughter was had remembering all the wonderful times we have shared.

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Tyree Graduates from EKU

Jordan Tyree recently graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice/Police Studies.   Throughout college, Jordan worked with EKU Adventure Programs, leading hiking, climbing, and kayaking trips throughout the Red River Gorge and Cumberland Falls areas.  Jordan plans to stay in the area and pursue a career in law enforcement.  Jordan is the son of Ronnie and Linda Tyree and the grandson of Willis and Christine Tyree of Morgantown and Larry and Shala Wilson of Bowling Green.  Congratulations, Jordan!!

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