Photos: Whats happening around town

Alder’s Class of 1968 reunites
Forty-seven members of Jonathan Alder High School’s Class of 1968 and three faculty members gathered in mid-August to celebrate a lifetime of friendship. Faculty members seated in the front row are Ray Russell, Jerry Banyots and Dorothy Sayre. Special alumni guest, General Charles Stenner, commander of the U.S. Air Force Reserves and Alder’s 1968 class president, is pictured at right. The reunion was held at Fred and Linda Kile’s farm in Plain City. See more details at www.alderalumni.com.
Sculpture honors Mt. Sterling man
“The Bronco Buster” by Fredric Rem-ington, has been placed in the Mount Sterling Community Museum in memory of local resident Robert “Bob” Tracy, a supporter of and contributor to the museum, as well as a well-known horseman in the Mount Sterling area and throughout the country. The museum is located in Mount Sterling Public Library.
Mile markers painted
Rodger Lynch (left) and Wayne Roberts, members of the Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails, complete mileage markers along the Ohio To Erie Trail. The markers, in the shape of Madison County, originate in Xenia and are completed to the Wilson Road trailhead on Roberts Pass Trail. Visit www.fmcpt.com for details.

Granger head of Jr. Achievement

Junior Achievement has named Linda Granger as coordinator for Madison County. 

Granger’s experience includes 15 years working in sales, sales technology and retail category management for General Mills. Her most recent employment has been as a substitute teacher with London City Schools.

“JA’s programs give young people the skills they need to succeed in the 21st century economy. I will work hard to ensure that JA continues to grow and reach more students in Madison County,” Granger said.

She continued, “The only way an economy can compete and thrive is if it has a strong community work force. JA prepares students as young as kindergarteners to begin to understand their local economy, how to manage income and to begin to participate in not only a local, but more global way of thinking.”

For more information on Junior Achievement, volunteering for JA or how to donate to JA, contact Linda Granger at lgranger@jrachieve.net.

 
 
 
 
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