This APIT photo features Thelma Souder, left, and Marge Colson, right, dressed as clowns on the street in Corinth. There were no guesses called in. Thanks to Edith Latimer of Williamstown for submitting the photo.
Edna Cummins has been on a mission to preserve Grant County’s historical sites one brick at a time.
Cummins, of Crittenden, has worked to save and restore old cemeteries and the Lloyd’s Welfare House, but her latest labor of love has been saving Sherman Tavern.
She, and a group of volunteers, have been working diligently for the last five years holding bake sales, yard sales and dinner on the grounds to raise money to restore the tavern on U.S. 25, in front of Sherman Elementary.
Operation Imagination set for Sept. 22
A free program sponsored by the Grant County Community Education will be offered to children, ages 1 through 5, and their parents from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 22 at the Grant County Board of Education.
The evening program will consist of a story, singing and crafts based on the evenings theme. Space is limited. Call Jill Marksberry at 824-2871 to register.
Grant County Extension holds 4-H registration
The Grant County Saddle Club will hold their Third Annual Trail Challenge in conjunction with Horse Heritage Days on Sept. 24 at the Northern Kentucky Fairgrounds in Williamstown. Opening ceremonies will include a drill team.
Registration begins at noon and classes start at 1 p.m. Classes include: fun classes, ribbon race, boot race, musical chairs, egg and spoon, catalog race and water glass class. The entry fee is $2 per class or enter all for $10. Fun classes receive ribbons only.