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2003-12-31 communities
Club installs new officers for 2004

Patty Sullivan introduced guest speaker, Dennis Marcum. (click for larger version)
The Lawrence County Democrat Womans Club met Thursday, Nov. 6 at the courthouse for their regular monthly meeting.

President Williams called the meeting to order and welcomed everyone.

Pat Johnson led the pledge of allegiance. Patty Sullivan read the Democrat creed and President Williams read the object of the Democrat Womans Club.

The president reported on the Eleanor Roosevelt dinner, state convention and the reception for Jennifer Chandler.

STATE DEMOCRATIC WOMAN'S Club president, Betty Sanson; Lawrence County Democrat Woman's Club president Ramona Williams; vice-president, Betty Shannon; secretary, Kathy Hinkle; and treasurer, Teresa Pigg; attended the Lawrence County Democratic Woman's Club annual Christmas Party Thursday, Dec. 4 at the Senior Center in Louisa.
Dennis Marcum, solid waste coordinator and animal controller, was the guest speaker.

The Lawrence County Democratic Woman's Club held their annual Christmas Party Thursday, Dec. 4 at the Senior Center in Louisa. Decorations were by Kathy Hinkle.

During fellowship hot mulled cider and a variety of cookies were served to the guests. A meal of Chicken Cordon Bleu, steak and gravy, mashed potatoes, Broccoli Normandy and a variety of desserts was served by The Whistle Stop Cafe.

Guests included Sen. Walter Blevins; District Judges, Susan Johnson and Kevin Holbrook; Magistrates Mike Diamond and Harold Slone; and Jailor Phill Triplet.

President of The State Democratic Woman's Club of Kentucky, Betty Sanson from Bowling Green was guest speaker and installed the officers for 2004. Lawrence Co. Exc. Board Chair Clyde Johns and Fifth District Director Pauline Blevins also attended.

Officers for 2004 are President - Ramona Williams, Vice President - Betty Shannon, Secretary - Kathy Hinkle and Treasurer - Teresa Pigg.

Elsie Jones led Christmas carols with participation by the crowd on Partridge in a Pear Tree.

Juanita Blankenship received a certificate of appreciation for ten years work on the Club Scrapbook. Ruby Holbrook was recognized for being a "Shinning Star" and Opal Bradly as the oldest club member, and WSAZ TV'S "Home Town Hero" Elaine Butler was introduced.

The annual "Surprise Basket" was won by Judge Kevin Holbrook and the pot of gold won by Joey Deskins. There were also lots of door prizes awarded.

The Spirit of Giving
Good riddance, 2003!
Public works of art on display
PBH employees bring holiday cheer
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