September 1, 2014

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Crozier ~ Plymale wed Print E-mail
Successful cake auction held at the county fair Print E-mail
Williamsons obtain gold at National Classic Car Show Print E-mail
The Falmouth Outlook travels to the Philippines Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook traveled with Rob Yelton on vacation to Manila in the Philippines from July 11-19. Manila is the second largest city and capital of the country. While there, Rob stayed with locals from a small village in the mountains near Barangay and Caloocan. He stated that the highlights of his visit were having the opportunity to learn the local customs and culture and meeting the people from the area. A massive typhoon with winds surpassing 160 mph struck near Taal Volcano during his stay causing extreme damage and devastating the city. Despite the tragedy, Rob described his trip as “extraordinary.” Pictured from left: Rob Yelton is shown holding The Outlook with one of the locals in the village where he stayed.


Stroub ~ Switzer Family Reunion Print E-mail

The annual Stroub - Switzer Reunion will be at 1 p.m. on Sunday, August 3 at Unity Christian Church, located on Ky. Hwy 36 West. It will held in the fellowship hall which is air conditioned. The meal is potluck. All paper products will be provided. Bring your favorite dish(es) to share with everyone plus your drinks.

Please bring your family photos to share with everyone and also be prepared to take group pictures that day.

There will be a silent auction instead of a brown bag auction. The item doesn’t have to be expensive though. Examples of items for the auction include handmade crafts, homemade bread, bag or a basket fill with goodies (school supplies, candy, lotions, etc.), candles and more

The family understands that everyone is busy but please plan on coming and enjoying the afternoon. They would like to see a good turnout this year, so get the word out to attend!


Benefit for Adam Hughes Print E-mail

Come enjoy a night of food, family, friends and fun! A benefit for Adam Christopher Hughes will be held from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., August 1, 2014 at the American Legion Post #109, Falmouth. There will be raffles, door prizes, split the pot and entertainment from 7-11 p.m., by "Stuffapalooza," Steve “Stuff" Anders! Cost is 10 dollars per person and 15 dollars per couple. All donations will go to Peoples Funeral Home in order to help cover funeral costs.

Directions from Butler/Alexandria: Take U.S. 27 to Falmouth. Turn left at the light onto Shelby St., (BB's Gas Station). Follow Shelby St. across the railroad tracks. Turn left onto the first street on your left. Go around the next curve and the legion will be on your left. Call Becky at 757-8961 for any question.

Your support is greatly appreciated.


Brewer ~ Ammerman to wed Print E-mail
Pendleton County native selected by the Fulbright Commission to study in Scotland Print E-mail
Sheriffs’ Boys & Girls Ranch marks 39th year of camp Print E-mail
Student Council takes part in Relay For Life Print E-mail

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