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Blaine Tanner found three hidden trucks Monday, July 6, concealed in memory of Bernie Wallick. The boy’s grandmother, Nancy Cone, plans on reserving a shelf to display the toys.

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Ethan Snelling and Vada Walston are among the first to find hidden trucks.

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Each truck placed in Wallick’s memory includes a rock painted by Bonnie Carrigan. Folks are encouraged to snap photos of trucks and rocks they find and post them to the Rock On Rising Sun Facebook page. Center:

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Friends and family of Bernie Wallick show off trucks from his extensive collection.  From left: Paula Gentrup, Tammy Johns, Bonnie Carrigan, Ginger Bailey, Kaitlyn Bailey, Bonita Adams, and Matthew Adams.

Wallick’s memory keeps on trucking

Several friends and family members of Berne Wallick have collaborated in an effort to keep his memory alive via his passion for trucks.

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Rhiannon Clark, 5, passes the time ridding her bike and playing with her dog Rebel. She is anticipating nightfall and the awesome fireworks display presented by the City of Rising Sun. Submitted photo

 

 

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City blowing it open with fireworks, music and yard sale in July

The City of Rising Sun will host its annual fireworks event and community yard sale later than originally planned in accordance with the Back On Track Indiana guidelines established by Gov.

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