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The Harrison Tree Board and the City of Harrison Maintenance Department, headed by Mike Dole, planted trees
in Harrison for Make A Difference Day Saturday, Oct. 26. This marks the fifth year the board has added trees to increase the green space and tree canopy in Harrison. “Trees make a huge impact on the people that live in the community and to those that come and shop or visit,” said tree board member Gail Chuck. “Tree-lined streets are far more inviting than concrete or asphalt.” This year featured three Autumn Blaze maples and three White Japanese lilacs at the Fire Station on West Road; two White Japanese lilacs at the Community Center on George Street; and six Autumn Blaze maples on Campbell Road. The signature trees will add color in the spring and fall at the gateways to Harrison. Plant trees and Make A Difference. From left: Debbie Mossburger, Doug Lohman, Debbie McCane, Gail Chuck, Mike Mains (council liaison) and Amy Searcy.

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TREES IF YOU PLEASE

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From left: Adam Saddler, Lt. Aaron Leffingwell, Capt. Dennis Helcher, Adam Smith, and Nate Hofmann (not pictured), all members of the Harrison Fire Department, were given the Blue Maltese Award at City Council’s Tuesday, Oct. 15, meeting. They earned the award for their actions in assisting a patient in cardiac arrest on July 11. The award is given “in recognition of the member’s critical judgements and actions in performing life-preserving or life-resuscitative efforts for severely injured or ill patients.”

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LIFE SAVERS EXTRAORDINAIRE

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For many years, the Bountiful Hearts program has served meals to those in the community who are hungry, or just looking for some friendship. The meals take place on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at churches in the community. Harrison Avenue Baptist Church, 1125 Harrison Ave., has started a meal on the second Saturday of the month, and served their first one on Oct. 12. During the meal, Pastor Chris Workman took time to speak to folks.

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For many years, the Bountiful Hearts program has served meals to those in the community who are hungry, or just looking for some friendship. The meals take place on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at churches in the community. Harrison Avenue Baptist Church, 1125 Harrison Ave., has started a meal on the second Saturday of the month, and served their first one on Oct. 12. During the meal, Pastor Chris Workman took time to speak to folks.

Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

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For many years, the Bountiful Hearts program has served meals to those in the community who are hungry, or just looking for some friendship. The meals take place on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at churches in the community. Harrison Avenue Baptist Church, 1125 Harrison Ave., has started a meal on the second Saturday of the month, and served their first one on Oct. 12. During the meal, Pastor Chris Workman took time to speak to folks.

Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

SIT DOWN, HAVE A BITE TO EAT

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