Sarah Stokely, co-chair of the "Light Up the Holidays" project was presented a
check in the amount of $443.50 by members of the Newport Grammar School
Modern Woodmen Youth Service Club members. Pictured on the front row from
left is Erin Blazer, Gabriel Branam, and Brennan Ottinger. On the back row from
left is Sarah Stokely, Aubrie Strange, Lauren Munn, Malerie Fancher and Linda
Branam, club sponsor.
|Published: 7:15 PM, 11/30/2012
||Last updated: 7:30 PM, 11/30/2012
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
School Modern Woodmen Youth Service Clubs recently presented a check for $443.50 to Sarah Stokely,
co-chair of the “Light Up the Holidays” project in which new Christmas lights are being
purchased for Newport.
Sarah, the reigning Miss Greene County, is
working in cooperation with local clubs, businesses, government, community groups and interested
citizens to provide new Christmas lights during the holiday season. While many lights have already
been purchased and installed, more are needed for our main streets and highways.
For more details, please see the weekend edition of
the Newport Plain Talk.
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