For anyone who has followed the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team’s outstanding Men Standing Strong campaign, we are in our fourth year of compiling teams of men who are willing to step up publicly to state that they are opposed to domestic violence.
This project has brought the issue of domestic violence into a much brighter light and an increased focus in our community.
For the first two years, Pam Dance photographed members of the teams, and Origin Bank created a poster for us.
Follette Pottery, located at 1991 Pea Ridge Road in Dubach, will have a second Pet Day on Saturday.
Kent Follette will be on the front porch with his wheel and a lot of clay to make personalized bowls for pets.
Each bowl will be made just for a particular pet, and they will be personalized with the pet’s name.
Prices are small for $20, medium for $25 and large for $30.
If you are unable to attend, you can order by phone at 513-9121 or email email@example.com.
The class of 1945 held its 70th reunion on July 4th. The members met at Ryan’s Steak House for food and fellowship.
This class has the distinction of being the first to meet in the new RHS building which is being used today. They also starterd their freshman year the year World War II began and graduated the year it ended.