To the editor:
The family of Dr. Don Stephens would like to express our gratitude for the many condolences expressed and kindnesses extended to us in the wake of his passing. This outpouring of support is truly a testament to his love of and devotion to this community and to his many patients in Harrison County and surrounding counties.
To the editor:
On Sept. 28, a benefit will be held to raise money for Larry Lovelace. Larry is a lineman at Blue Grass Energy and has been diagnosed with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. He has been off of work since November 2012.
Each year after the first day of school, the Cynthiana Democrat publishes photos taken at the elementary schools. Some are of children are attending school for the first time. Invariably photos are included which show some of these children crying. What is the point of this?
I want to thank the staff of Don Stephens for their service to the patients of the doctor. They are a group of women who tirelessly worked to schedule, work out billing problems, whatever was necessary.
We recently celebrated the 16th annual Relay For Life of Harrison County. We, along with the American Cancer Society, celebrated our local citizens who have survived cancer. We also honored those that have lost the battle.
The members of Colemansville Christian Church would like to thank everyone who gave donations to help make our new roof possible. A special thanks to Levi Yoder, Ervin Yoder, Daniel Yoder and Matt Braunbeger for a job well done.