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November 12, 2005

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Richard Fraser, left, receives congratulations from John Naughton, grand master with District 12, for serving 25 years as a Mason by Lawrence Lodge No. 6. Fraser's wife, Shirley, looks on. He was recognized during a ceremony Oct. 10.

Richard Fraser, left, receives congratulations from John Naughton, grand master with District 12, for serving 25 years as a Mason by Lawrence Lodge No. 6. Fraser's wife, Shirley, looks on. He was recognized during a ceremony Oct. 10.


Benjamin Shore, left, receives a pin from John Diehl during a ceremony Oct. 10. Both were honored for serving 60 years as Masons by Lawrence Lodge No. 6.

Benjamin Shore, left, receives a pin from John Diehl during a ceremony Oct. 10. Both were honored for serving 60 years as Masons by Lawrence Lodge No. 6.

From left are William and Judy Taggart and Bonnie and Harlin Redding. William Taggart and Harlin Redding were recognized for serving 50 years as Masons by Lawrence Lodge No. 6. They were honored Oct. 10.

From left are William and Judy Taggart and Bonnie and Harlin Redding. William Taggart and Harlin Redding were recognized for serving 50 years as Masons by Lawrence Lodge No. 6. They were honored Oct. 10.


From left, Fifi Paden, Ellen Wolfe and Lynn Segebrecht attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner on Oct. 16.

From left, Fifi Paden, Ellen Wolfe and Lynn Segebrecht attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner on Oct. 16.


Sunset Hill School's 50th anniversary was marked Oct. 6 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new metal sign. These former sixth-grade students who now attend West Junior High School built the sign with the help of Jonathan Groene, center, and Mark Kice, far right. From left are Tyler Huntsinger, Ian Simmons, Aaron Groene, Jonathan Groene, Steven Dalager, Justin Robertson, Elliot Johnson and Kice.

Sunset Hill School's 50th anniversary was marked Oct. 6 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new metal sign. These former sixth-grade students who now attend West Junior High School built the sign with the help of Jonathan Groene, center, and Mark Kice, far right. From left are Tyler Huntsinger, Ian Simmons, Aaron Groene, Jonathan Groene, Steven Dalager, Justin Robertson, Elliot Johnson and Kice.


Calvin Rice, left, retired principal of Sunset Hill School, poses with the current principal, Chris Bay, during the school's 50th anniversary celebration. The school celebrated the milestone Oct. 6.

Calvin Rice, left, retired principal of Sunset Hill School, poses with the current principal, Chris Bay, during the school's 50th anniversary celebration. The school celebrated the milestone Oct. 6.


From left, Chris Carter, headmaster of Bishop Seabury Academy; Brad Chindamo, president of Central National Bank; Andy Pitts, architect with Treanor Architects; and Chris Armstrong, of Carlson Wagonlit Travel Agency, attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner. The event was Oct. 16.

From left, Chris Carter, headmaster of Bishop Seabury Academy; Brad Chindamo, president of Central National Bank; Andy Pitts, architect with Treanor Architects; and Chris Armstrong, of Carlson Wagonlit Travel Agency, attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner. The event was Oct. 16.


From left, Margie Lang, Susan Ralston, Gail Griffin and Debbie Pitts attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner. The Oct. 16 event was attended by more than 100 people.

From left, Margie Lang, Susan Ralston, Gail Griffin and Debbie Pitts attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner. The Oct. 16 event was attended by more than 100 people.

Tod and Sidney Sutton, left, and Linda and Scott Chesbro attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner on Oct. 16. More than 100 people gathered for cocktails at Bishop Seabury Academy. Then, they attended dinner at various parishioners' homes and finished with dessert at the Smith Center at Brandon Woods Retirement Community.

Tod and Sidney Sutton, left, and Linda and Scott Chesbro attend Trinity Episcopal Church's 10th annual Progressive Dinner on Oct. 16. More than 100 people gathered for cocktails at Bishop Seabury Academy. Then, they attended dinner at various parishioners' homes and finished with dessert at the Smith Center at Brandon Woods Retirement Community.


Sunset Hill School teachers attend the school's 50th anniversary celebration Oct. 6. From left are Valeita Williams, Sue Harker, Sally Larson, retired teacher Karen Heeb and Sue Hawley.

Sunset Hill School teachers attend the school's 50th anniversary celebration Oct. 6. From left are Valeita Williams, Sue Harker, Sally Larson, retired teacher Karen Heeb and Sue Hawley.

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