Rebecca Cartmell, Grand Marshall of the
Maysville Christmas Parade.
The Main Street board announced Rebecca Cartmell has been chosen to be Grand Marshal at this year's Twilight Christmas Parade. Rebecca is a tireless worker for Maysville/Mason County whether is through the Red Cross, Humane Society, securing food for Community Cares, picking up trash on clean-up days, or the countless boards and organizations for which she serves. Rebecca is always there supporting all things for the good of Maysville. Wave and say thanks to her at the parade December 7th at 6 PM.
14 shoeboxes filled with goodies headed overseas thanks to the good folks at First Presbyterian Church in Maysville and Samaritan's Purse.
An early Merry Christmas to those 14 children!
Jennifer Q. Smith created Jazzy and Jawz and updated Jinx.
Jennifer Q. Smith is the owner of Indianapolis' Avant Garb, a studio in The Stutz Business and Arts Center, where she gave birth to two IUPUI Jaguars and refined their predecessor. While it's been a while since the youngest mascot, Jazzy, was introduced in 2015, Smith is still fond of the work she has done for IUPUI.
Photo by Tim Brouk,
Much fun was had and good food consumed on Sunday night, October 28. The bake sale raised $250 for Living Waters for the World!
Peg Crum and Jennifer Smith
Joey O'Cull created the pumpkin craft table
Kate Zweigart assists Emily Wood with a game
The three amigos at the start of Clean Water University, Dave Harnish, Bill Reed and Jim Dougans.
Three amigos on day three of clean water University in Oxford, MS Doug Depies from the Yucatan and Wil Howie who started Living Waters for the World.
The four amigos, including two gentlemen from Honduras, Jorge y Edwin at Camp Hopewell.
And these two Amigos have fed us very well. A friend and friends to clean water University.
Demonstrating the water purification system at clean water University.
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Ohio River Valley Artist Guild Sallie McNeill at Old Washington Nick Denham during basket making time doing Pioneer Days for 5th graders
in the county.
Happy Sweet 16th birthday
Great time at the Opera House - Rev. Jim Dougans, Zoe Speaks and Nick Denham. Maysville is on track to become the first city in the nation to be a "Green Dot" City.
Downtown galleries & shops are open early for the occasion.
The bus makes its rounds every 10 minutes so there is a lot of passenger foot
traffic getting off and walking around Downtown.
Women of First Presbyterian Church and Maysville met on Friday, June 15, 2018 at Lil Jumbo Coffee Company in Washington, KY. Great fun was had by all!
The First Presbyterian was formed on June 14, 1817
and celebrated another anniversary this week.
Of course this picture was taken way after 1817.
Church member Bruce Carlson is having two Buffalo sculptures placed in Limestone Park in Maysville.
This is the mother Buffalo and then a baby buffalo will be added.