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The Recorder Thursday, May 26, 2016
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showers, birthday notes - to RecorderJessie@gmail.com or call (540) 468-2147.
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The Millboro Ruritan Club will be holding their annual Memorial Day
chicken BBQ on Saturday, May 28 at the picnic shelter in Millboro.
BBQ chicken half, bread and drink for $6. Serving from 11 a.m. until it’s
gone. Preordering is recommended as preorders get priority. To preorder,
call (540) 997-9135.
Highland County Memorial Day service
A Memorial Day service will be held on Monday, May 30, at 1 p.m. at
the Walk of Honor on the Highland courthouse lawn to recognize U.S.
military service members. In the event of inclement weather, the service
will take place in the courtroom.
Old-fashioned day festival
An old-fashioned day festival will be held June 4, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in his-toric
downtown Warm Springs, Virginia, showcasing skills our ancestors
used. Food, music, quilt show, clogging children’s games, petting zoo,
bouncy house for kids and much more. Sponsored by the Bath County
Washington Nationals baseball trip
The Highland County Recreation Commission is planning a trip to watch
the Washington Nationals play the Pittsburg Pirates on Sunday, July 17,
2016. Cost of the trip is $102 per person. Price includes roundtrip motor
coach from Monterey to Washington as well as game tickets. We need a
minimum of 30 people to register for the trip. Deadline for registering is
June 1, 2016. For more information contact Kenny at (540) 468-2978 or
Brought to you by the Hot
Springs Volunteer Fire
Department, The U.S. Forest
Service, area businesses and
For more info call (540) 839-2521
Kids’ Fishing Day
Sunday June 5, 2016
1-5 p.m. for ages 15 and under
*NO Parent LICENSE REQUIRED
*Casting Contest (by age group)
*Fishing for bass, catfish & panfish
*Fish Education Display
*Prize raffle (selected randomly)
*Smokey Bear Appearance
*Poles and tackle available
Concessionaire Fred Frye will waive parking fees!
From Warm Springs travel West on Hwy. 39 for 12.7 miles, turn right
(North) on Route 600, travel 7 miles to Recreation Area. Watch for signs!
Bath County Pumped Storage Station,
Recreation Picnic Shelter
Hull’s Hideaway closed Memorial Day
Hull’s Hideaway and Tavern will be closed Monday, May 30 for Memo-rial
Day. See you Tuesday!
Our family would like to thank Obaugh Funeral Home, pastor Lorrie
Aikens and Green Hill Church. Thanks to all our friends and family for
their thoughts and prayers in the death of our Aunt Lucy.
The family of Lucy M. Carroll
In memory of Mildred C. Neff
The Lord bless you and keep you. The Lord made his face to shine upon
you and be gracious to you. The lord lifted up his countenance upon you
and gave you peace and no more pain and for you to be in Heaven forever
Buster, Ricky, Curtis, Cory and Martha
Many thanks to my friends and family for your acts of kindness: Flowers,
food, visits, calls, cards and prayer extended to me during my hospital-ization
and recovery. Special thanks to Betty Gail for the “wild ride” to
Bebe Avernell N. Hiner
The family of William E. “Billy” Hodge would like to thank the people
of this community, McLaughlin and Young Funeral Home, Hot Springs
Rescue Squad, Bath Community Hospital, David Walrond, the Virginia
Chapel Church family and our family and friends for all the love and
support, the many cards with kind words, the beautiful flowers, so much
food and the monetary gifts and donations. This outpouring showed the
amazing love and support that this county had for Bill. Our hearts are
filled with love for each and every one of you. We will never forget.
Thank you, wife Bootsie, children Chris, Cresha and Bobbie
and grandchildren Austin, Ryan and Alyssa
We are purposely jumping the gun. Next year is the 20th anniversary of
the founding of the Highland SPCA. But with all the unpleasant weather
we all need at least a small celebration now. So ... in conjunction with
the current half-price sale at The Attic we will be serving refreshments
throughout the day on Friday, May 27. This coming weekend marks the
17th year the sales at The Attic have been providing the funds for the
SPCA to first cover the expenses of the county pound and spay/neutering
for county pets. Currently we continue with our spay/neuter program,
supply the food bank and individual families with pet food, assist with vet
bills and necessary grooming. Thank you, Highlanders, for your contin-ued
support, see you May 27.