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Nine members of Shaker Farms Garden Club attended the Garden Club of Ohio, Inc. annual convention June 4-6  at Glenmore Country Club in North Canton, Ohio, to see club member, Mary Lou Smith installed as the new GCO, Inc. president.  Dottie Long, Brenda Manger, Karen Fuchs, Paulla Dill, Mary Lou Smith, Fritzi Kuhlmann, Trish Kluener, Karen Schunk Gail Chuck and Betty Cookendorfer.

Harrison’s Mary Lou Smith installed as garden club president for state of Ohio

Nine members of Shaker Farms Garden Club attended the Garden Club of Ohio, Inc.

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Although 2019 marks the final year for the golf course at Shawnee Lookout, the trails will remain exciting for hiking enthusiasts and walkers.

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Shawnee Lookout entering final year

Both Shawnee Lookout park and golf course boast significant historical connections to the first person on the moon, two former presidents, and ancient Native American civilizations.

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A portion of Harrison Avenue was dedicated to Pfc. William B. Baugh after Harrison’s parade on the Fourth of July. While serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1950 during the Korean War, Baugh died after falling on a grenade and saving his comrades from serious injury or possible death. Baugh was from Harrison.

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It’s official

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Three Vietnam War-era Huey helicopters and members of the American Huey 369 organization were welcomed to JTM Food Group’s headquarters, Harrson, Wednesday, July 3. JTM is a supporter of the Peru, Ind.-based organization, which pays tribute to all veterans and patriots. 

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The helicopters later flew over the Reds Rockin’ 150 anniversary at Great American Ballpark, then landed on the field.

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On the ground and in the air

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