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Cafeteria workers at Ohio County Elementary/Middle School prepare and pack 2,044 meals they delivered to families around the county. They will continue until the kids go back to school. They have extended the service to senior citizens. Submitted Photo

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Free chalk is available outside the residence of Amy Marie, High Street. She encourages folks to create something beautiful. “Love wins and “All is well.”  Submitted Photo

‘Smile, all is well’

Two different kind works were in the offering around Rising Sun this past week.

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Casey Brett, commander of American Legion Post No. 59, recently presented Renee Cole of Ohio County Elementary/Middle School with $500 that will go toward Rising Sun Kid’s Jam, formerly known as Good News Club. The money will be used to provide snacks, crafts, and other supplies to kindergarten through sixth who participate in the program. Kids Jam is a child evangelical fellowship program held weekly after school hours. It is run strictly by trained volunteers and features Bible lessons, songs, memory verses, games, and mission stories.

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Ernie Johnson, left, recently was presented a certificate at the American Legion Post No. 59 by Commander Casey Brett. The certificate awarded to Johnson denotes his 50th year as a Legionnaire member of the Post. He served in the Army and is a veteran of the Korean War. 

American Legion doing its part

The American Legion Post No. 59 recently presented a check to a school and a certificate in honor of a member's 50th in the Legion.

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