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Harveytown Grade School reunion set

Published 10:50am Thursday, April 17, 2014

Any one who attended Harveytown Grade School at any time is encouraged to attend our 17th annual reunion from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, June 7.

The event will be held at the site of the former school building which now houses the Museum of Radio and Technology, Inc., located at 1640 Florence Ave., Huntington, W.Va.

Please invite as many classmates and teachers as possible. Several who attended during the 1940s and 50s have attended, but others have not. The interest and attendance shown this year will determine whether or not we continue.

You are urged to bring your favorite dish. Drinks and utensils will be provided.

For additional information you may contact Elmer Napier 304-522-7815, Carolyn Nelson 740-894-8440, Edith Frasher 304-529-9276, Earl Bush 304-523-1102 or Don Saunders 740-894-5852.


Don Saunders



Transit authority made transition smooth

I would like to take a minute to commend the Lawrence County Transit Authority on the smooth transition of the newly established bus routes. There were a group of us with major concerns about our ability to continue to get to work on time.

Mike Payne went above and beyond to ensure that we remained well informed and that our issues were addressed. Mike took time out of his busy schedule to connect with us one on one until the transition was complete. Sometimes the little guy does win and in this case we sure did.

Thank you LCT for addressing our concerns and enabling us to continue to get where we need to go with ease.


Janice Sinozich

South Point

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