The busy time still continues here at the Rooks
Mark your calendars for April 30 at the Receptions Center East, 4450 Eastgate Blvd. This event helps the abused and neglected children of Clermont County. This is a wonderful program and the service this group do for children.
Last week we drove down to Knoxville, Tennessee to spend a few days with our good friends Bob and Sharon. As we pulled out to come home Friday morning, I suggested to Yvonne that we take a scenic loop up through Big South Fork National Recreation Area, and get on I-75 at Williamsburg, Kentucky.
We have all experienced situations in life that come full circle and I believe some of those situations are clearly Gods work. I would like to share one such life changing experience that came full circle and without my control. The experience centers on a former Batavian and Veteran that I will explain later.
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From time to time a personal story comes across my desk about an older person we are helping. These stories often bring a smile to my face or a tear to my eye, as I
The musical at the Bethel United Methodist Church, last Sunday evening was wonderful and the crowd was big, over 400 peopleattended. After the music the church had cookies, fruit, veggies, lunch meat and cheese and folks sure enjoyed the music, snacks, and visiting with their friends.
Last Saturday evening American Legion Post 72 in Mt Carmel was rockn
The bully pulpit has long been used by people in position of authority and especially by the President of the United States. Typically, the bully pulpit offers great opportunity and influence for a given cause or argument. I raise the issue of the bully pulpit as it pertains to veteran
Last Tuesday we went to the Grants Greenhouse and Farm and got some seed potatoes. They got in six skids of them. Now I don