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Olney residents, political and business leaders gathered at Olney Heritage Museum on July 17 to hear Rep. Drew Springer (District 68) discuss relevant issues. Photo by Will Sadler

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The House of Mercy Executive Director Preston Crow and The Refuge Executive Director Rodney Nantz visit with Rep. Springer about Young County. Olney Chamber of Commerce Director Stacy Wade (background).
Photos by Will Sadler

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CEMCO employees that helped organize the meeting are pictured L-R Jared Carter, D.J. Meschkat, Rep. Drew Springer, Mayor Phil Jeske & Justin Piegat. Photo by Will Sadler

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(L-R) Rep. Drew Springer photographed with Olney Heritage Museum Committee members: Kathryn Piegat, Trina Johnson and Claire Meschkat. Photo by Will Sadler

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Young County Commissioner Stacey Rogers with Rep. Drew Springer after the town hall. Photo by Will Sadler

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More than 60 people attended the town hall. Among the guests were (L-R) Springer’s District Manager West Sharon Van Balle, Air Tractor President Jim Hirsch, Rep. Drew Springer, Ft. Belknap General Manager/CEO Kendall Montgomery & Mayor Phil Jeske.
Photo by Will Sadler

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Pictured Left are OHM Committee members (LR) Kathryn Piegat and Claire Meschkat welcoming Rep. Drew Springer to Olney.
Photo by Will Sadler

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Town historian and OHM Advisory Committee member Clifton Key converses with Docent Leatha Hirsch and Lane Burgess. Docents Ann Cumpton and Lisa Lunsford (not pictured) were standing by to assist attendees.
Photo by Will Sadler

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The Senior Cub Center celebrated the July Birthdays for: (L-R) Sarah Garcia, James Wiley, Betty Sullivan Walker, Edwana Fikes and Sylvia Furr Lonestar Bakery provided the patriotic cake.
Photo by Will Sadler

Olney Heritage Museum hosts town hall for Rep. Drew Springer July 17

More than 60 people attended Representative Drew Springer’s town hall meeting hosted at Olney Heritage Museum Wednesday, July

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(L-R) Herb Bernhardt, Sally Bernhardt, Carla Perry, Rev. Harrell Braddock & Jan Braddock are standing in front of the “Divine Servant” which portrays Jesus washing Peter’s feet. The sculpture is located at The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden in Kerrville, TX. Art copyrighted by Max Greiner, Jr.
Photo By Max Greiner, Jr.

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(L-R) Herb Bernhardt, Sally Bernhardt, Carla Perry, Artist and The Coming King Foundation Board President Max Greiner, Rev. Harrell Braddock and Jan Braddock. Art copyrighted by Max Greiner, Jr.
Photo Submitted By Max Greiner, Jr.

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Pictured next to the “Fisher of Men” sculpture at the entrance of The Coming King Sculpture Pryaer Garden. Back Row L-R: Herb Bernhardt, Rev. Harrell Braddock, Jan Braddock, Artist Max Greiner, Carla Perry, Weldon Baker, and Richard Reinhard. Front Row L-R: Sally Berndardt, TCKF trustee Carol Reinhard & Esther Baker. Art copyrighted by Max Greiner, Jr. Photo Submitted By Max Greiner, Jr.

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Standing L-R: Richard Reinhard, TCKF board member Randy, Sally Bernhardt, Herb Bernhardt, Artist Max Greiner, Jr., Carla Perry, Rev.Harrell Braddock, Jan Braddock, Weldon Baker, Esther Baker. Seated: TCKF trustee Carol Reinhard.
Photo Submitted By Max Greiner, Jr.
Art copyrighted by Max Greiner, Jr.

Olneyites visit Empty Cross & Haven River Inn

Herb and Sally Bernhardt along with Rev.

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Newly appointed Emergency Managment Coordinator Greg Coker standing next to his AH-6 helicopter he piloted during D-Day in Irag March 19, 2004. Photo Submitted By Greg Coker

Coker named emergency management coordinator

Recently appointed to the Young County Emergency Management Coordinator (YCEMC) position, Greg Coker brings more than just a wealth of experience, expertise and knowledge to his new role. Primarily, Coker

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