2008-09-10 / Columns

LEDGER READERS ON THE ROAD


Candy "Ms. M & M" Miller (left), Rosie Carpenter (right) and her granddaughter Brianna are shown at the entrance to Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska. They visited with Rosie's daughter, Jackie, and her family. While in Nebraska, they were able to be a part of Air Force Week. They attended several events that led up to the Defenders of Freedom 2008 Air Show. The highlight of this event was a performance by the Air Force's Aerial Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds. Also, while visiting Nebraska they volunteered their time on the base at the Airman's Attic. Both Rosie and Candy work at Norma's I-85 Truck Stop. On your next trip out of town, take a copy of The Ledger along and send a picture of yourself or your group reading the newspaper to: cody@gaffneyledger.com. Candy "Ms. M & M" Miller (left), Rosie Carpenter (right) and her granddaughter Brianna are shown at the entrance to Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska. They visited with Rosie's daughter, Jackie, and her family. While in Nebraska, they were able to be a part of Air Force Week. They attended several events that led up to the Defenders of Freedom 2008 Air Show. The highlight of this event was a performance by the Air Force's Aerial Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds. Also, while visiting Nebraska they volunteered their time on the base at the Airman's Attic. Both Rosie and Candy work at Norma's I-85 Truck Stop. On your next trip out of town, take a copy of The Ledger along and send a picture of yourself or your group reading the newspaper to: cody@gaffneyledger.com. Ricky and Patricia Davis read The Ledger in front of the White House while celebrating their first wedding anniversary on Aug. 25 in Washington, D.C. Ricky and Patricia Davis read The Ledger in front of the White House while celebrating their first wedding anniversary on Aug. 25 in Washington, D.C. Frank and Jean Rackely celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary and check up on the news with The Gaffney Ledger while on a two-week trip to Hawaii. Frank also celebrated his 70th birthday by "hanging loose" with the locals during the trip. Frank and Jean Rackely celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary and check up on the news with The Gaffney Ledger while on a two-week trip to Hawaii. Frank also celebrated his 70th birthday by "hanging loose" with the locals during the trip. The Church School faculty and staff of Bethel Baptist Church attended a church school growth-oriented retreat Aug. 12-13 at the Wampee Conference Center in Moncks Corner. While at the conference they kept up with local news by reading The Gaffney Ledger. Pictured are (l-r) Dr. J. W. Sanders Jr., Earnestine Means, Camellia Stuard, Harold Dean Littlejohn, Edith Knuckles, Kenya Kilgore, Terry Kilgore, Ruth Tate, Kerry Fowler Sr., Dedra Fowler, Sarah Smith, Sandy Gibson (Superintendent of Wampee), Chris Dewberry, Pat Tate, Donna Davidson, Dr. J. W. Sanders Sr. (holding The Ledger), Joe D. Knuckles, Stephanie Mickles, Michael Hemphill, Naomi Stanley, Natalie Cannon, Rubye Sanders, Mandret Wilkins, Minister Juanita Dewberry, Andrenna Montgomery, Minister Cathy Neal, Cynthia Stevenson and Wilbert Littlejohn. The Church School faculty and staff of Bethel Baptist Church attended a church school growth-oriented retreat Aug. 12-13 at the Wampee Conference Center in Moncks Corner. While at the conference they kept up with local news by reading The Gaffney Ledger. Pictured are (l-r) Dr. J. W. Sanders Jr., Earnestine Means, Camellia Stuard, Harold Dean Littlejohn, Edith Knuckles, Kenya Kilgore, Terry Kilgore, Ruth Tate, Kerry Fowler Sr., Dedra Fowler, Sarah Smith, Sandy Gibson (Superintendent of Wampee), Chris Dewberry, Pat Tate, Donna Davidson, Dr. J. W. Sanders Sr. (holding The Ledger), Joe D. Knuckles, Stephanie Mickles, Michael Hemphill, Naomi Stanley, Natalie Cannon, Rubye Sanders, Mandret Wilkins, Minister Juanita Dewberry, Andrenna Montgomery, Minister Cathy Neal, Cynthia Stevenson and Wilbert Littlejohn.

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