Saturday, friends, family members, veterans alike paid homage to the lives of the members of the United States Marine Corps Lima Company which suffered tragic losses in fighting in the war efforts in Iraq in 2008. Among them, Southeastern graduate Aaron Reed. Below, the likeness of Reed and some of his fellow soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Click on the photo to see the photo gallery. Visit www.limacompanymemorial.org to learn more.
Hometown Lenders' Chillicothe Branch Manager Jen Conley shared a featured property, 111 Atlantis Road Chillicothe on WBEX this week. The property is listed at $55,900. Conley tells Dan Ramey more about the property on the Dan & Mike in the Morning Thursday. Learn more at Hometown Lenders' website: www.8514760.com.
Walter Lundstrom (right) and Gwenndolyn Aume (left) visited the studios for the Herrnstein Community Show to discuss the Rotary Club's Outbound Youth Exchange Program. Lundtrom is the Outbound Chair for District 6690 and Aume recently returned from a nearly year long stay in France. The Logan Elm High School senior shared details of her overseas experience and Lundstrom, the father of three outbound exchange students, talks about the positives of the program. There are currently 15 students abroad representing the District. Learn more at www.rotaryyouthexchange6690.org.
Hear Dan Ramey's interview with Lundstrom and Aume:
Before the Ross County Fair, Dr. Richard Villareal of Premiere Women's Health and Barb Jividen of Jividen Photography told us about the 2013 Most Photogenic Bay Contest in support of the Pioneer Center.
Here are the top three voters decided on at the Fair. Congratulations to the kids and their parents, but most of all to Pioneer Center. The votes tallied $2800 for the school.
A job well done by all!
A video entry in the journal of the Herrnstein Field Renovation Project:
Mentioned this morning I'd post the link to see Rush's sit down with FOX News' Greta VanSusteren. Click here
Chillicothe graduate and Ohio State kicker Drew Basil has been interning with the Storm Team 4 meteorologists this summer. Tuesday, NBC4's Jym Ganahl and Ben Gelber combined their weather skills with Basil's kicking abilities inside the 'Shoe for a special feature.
Wednesday, Zion Baptist Church Youth Director Ric McConnell and Youth Leader Butch Howard shared details about the Church's 1st Anti-Bullying/Suicide Prevention Field Day which will be held Saturday June 29th from 10am-2pm at the church.
There will be food, games and fun for all ages, but as Howard and McConnell explain, speakers will talk about bullying and its affects on our youth. They'll also address teen suicide with the direction of the Ross County Coalition to Prevent Suicide.
Howard and McConnell produced a video to exhibit some of the events that will take place during the Field Day.
To participate, registration is $5 per person or $20 per team of four. You'll find registration forms at our studios.
Chillicothe's Anthony Humpty Hitchens played professional basketball for BG Gottengen. While we didn't get to see him live, here's some highlights posted by Michael Kraft.