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Children at First Baptist Church of Ardmore encouraging everyone to participate in the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox program when First Baptist will be the collection site for the area November 18-25 are, from left, front row, Luka Greene, Miles Whitt, Charlee Bailes, Ruthie Schumacher, Case Hampton; back row, Hadley Strain, Levi Shaw, Carson Faulk, Collins Hampton, Collin Shaw, Dawson Wilbourn and Katie Schumacher.

Among the representatives of the Colonel Walter Aston Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVIIC of Huntsville, AL who visited the Ardmore Public Library Saturday, November 2 are, from left Kitty Labay, Member and Alabama Service for Veterans Chairman Maple Hill Chapter Regent; Doris Estes, Member and Colonial Heritage Co-Chairman; and Mary S. Johnston-Member and Honorary President General National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century.

An arrangement crafted by Nancy Kitchens for National Button Day is displayed at the recent Madison Crossroads Homemakers meeting.

Lisa Williams of Avenue Treasures, formerly known as Lil' Munchkins Boutique, invites everyone to stop by and see her new store during their 2nd Anniversary celebration Saturday.

Members of Scout Troop 282 who conducted a flag retirement ceremony following the Ardmore Veterans Group Stew Monday, November 11, 2019 at the City of Ardmore annex building are from left, Levi Biggerstaff, Evan Lawrence, Joshua Browning, Levi Howard, Will Biggerstaff, Langdon Lewter, Brigadier General Bill Forrester, USA, Retired; Logan Lohr, DT Luker, Ethan Magnusson, Mason Foss and Jaiden Parker. (YCS photo by Joe Stagner)

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