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  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Graydon: Rural Japan
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Lisa: College of William and Mary
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Libby: Kings Island
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Beth: Koi Phi Phi Beach, Thailand
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Annie: New York
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Olivia: Hawaii
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Zoe: Universal Studios Harry Potter World
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Ethan: Yellowstone National Park
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Bella and Lucy: Paris
  • Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Word on the Street: If you could spend 24 hours anywhere on earth, where would you go? Peyton: Spain
  • Wyoming Woman’s Club New Board Wyoming Woman’s Club New Board First row, left to right: Carol Beeson, first vice president; Terri Pinkston, president; Debby Gieseker, second vice president. Second row, left to right: Barbara Hailstones, decorations; Joan Krieg, reservations; Andi Stewart, membership; Adrienne Morris, historian; Marilyn Katz, special projects; Mary Melville, reservations. Third row, left to right: Carolyn Campbell, special projects; Sue Moriarty, scholarship; Mary Killen, recording secretary; Nancy Melville, corresponding secretary; Harriet Schierenbeck, communications/mail; Mickey Jewett, at large; Sherry Sheffield, treasurer; Charlene Lausche, hospitality. Not pictured: Chris Piepmeier, directory.
  • Herndon Family named Musical Family of the Year Herndon Family named Musical Family of the Year The Herndon / Denney family are awarded the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Musical Family of the Year.
  • The Cure Starts Now "Beer, Wine & Food Festival" October 7 and * The Cure Starts Now "Beer, Wine & Food Festival" October 7 and * Rivertown Brewery offered a “create your own beer” auction item at The Cure Starts Now Gala that gave Brennan Burt the opportunity to create Bucknut Brew. Try this and other creations at the “Beer, Wine & Food Festival” on October 7 and 8 on Wyoming’s Village Green.
  • Wyoming Newcomers Club Backyard BBQ October 15 Wyoming Newcomers Club Backyard BBQ October 15 rom the Wyoming Newcomers Kickoff Party are Bob Dye, Beth Cornella, and Joe Cornella.
  • Honoring America's Top Volunteers from the Nation's Largest Day of Doing Good Honoring America's Top Volunteers from the Nation's Largest Day of Doing Good At the National Make a Difference Foundation Awards, left to right: Andy Yost, Chief Marketing Officer of Gannett Co.; Gayle Ficken-Clarke; Bobbi Strangfeld; David Best, President and COO of Newman’s Own Inc.; and Tracy Hoover, CEO of Points of Light.

 

 

 

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