Riverside Host FFA Leadership Event at MRM

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Riverside FFA Chapter hosted an FFA Leadership Day Jan. 14 at Mad River Mountain that was attended by 180 students from 10 different schools from surrounding counties.  The seminar was presented by four members of the State FFA Officer Team. Students learned how to “amplify” their chapters, personal goals and career success as a member of the FFA.  After the conference, students had the opportunity to ski or snow board with fellow FFA members and officers.   

 

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Bank donates to United Way

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Ron Zimmerly, Liberty National Bank president and CEO, presented a $2,712.10 check Friday to United Way of Logan County Executive Director Dave Bezusko for 2016 United Way pledges. The bank employees’ pledges have increased by 7 percent from last year. 

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Christmastime together

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AChristmas gathering in Bellefontaine brought together five generations of a local family. Klayten Chamberlain, 6, of Mt. Victory, center, is pictured clockwise, from the bottom left, with his mother Mallory Linebaugh; great-grandmother Linda Jennings of Bellefontaine; great-great-grandmother Phyllis Brunson of Bellefontaine; and grandmother Carol Wagner of Mt. Victory.

 

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Late break out

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Ben Joseph of Belle Printing Co. shovels the walk in front of the Main Street business today after a significant overnight snow. Prior to the recent snows, residents and businesses have had little reason to break out their shovels to clear walks and drives. (EXAMINER PHOTO | JOEL E. MAST)

 

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Generations of Buckeye fans

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A new addition to the Troyer family is continuing the tradition of supporting the OSU Buckeyes. Keaton Shiflett of Columbia, S.C., is pictured at center during a recent gathering, surrounded by four other generations of his family, clockwise from the bottom left, his great-great-grandfather, Robert T. Troyer of Belle Center; grandfather Ron Troyer of Bellefontaine; great-grandfather Robert D. Troyer of Port Charlotte, Fla.; and mother Samantha Shiflett of Columbia, S.C.

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