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Power goes out on cousins

Cowan


FIELD TRIP — Students from Cowan Head Start recently visited the farms of Carroll Smith and Josh Fields. The children really enjoyed the field trip.

FIELD TRIP — Students from Cowan Head Start recently visited the farms of Carroll Smith and Josh Fields. The children really enjoyed the field trip.

On May 8, Tyler Galer was graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science degree in nursing. He and Amanda had a big celebration for his graduation and their wedding anniversary, which was on the same day, and Mother’s Day.

Mike and Donna Watts enjoyed their daughter Micca spending the weekend with them.

Martha Wenning hosted a cousin retreat at her ‘resort’ on Little Cowan. Attending were Susan Ware, Doris Collins, Kae Fischer, Donna Watts, and Faye Campbell. Even though the electricity went out, they had a great time.

The older generation of cousins had a great potluck dinner at their Aunt Virginia’s. Janice and Ron Wolod were in from Maryland, Minerva and Russell Yonts from Indiana, and Thelma and Glenna Ison from Flemingsburg. Also attending were Carol and J.T. Caudill, Linda Lucas, Eula Brown, and Doris Banks. We always enjoy these gettogethers. Sometimes we regress to our children cousin days. Thelma went out to see all the beautiful flowers and came with a rose petal manicure.

 

 

Kathy and Sarah LaMonte were in from Mississippi for a short visit. She was glad to be here to attend the Daughters of the American Revolution meeting.

Virginia Brown enjoyed having preachers Woodrow Fields and Brad Dutton with their wives Barbara and Annie for dinner after church Sunday.

The Little Cowan Homemakers met at the Cowan Community Center on May 11 with Anna Younts, Linda Combs, Frances Day, Jeanette Dollarhide, Stacy Dollarhide, and Virginia Brown present. They enjoyed sandwiches and snacks for luncheon.

The arts and crafts workshop to be held at the Extension Office on May 21 and 22 was discussed. They also made plans to attend the annual county meeting to be held on May 24.

Memorial services will be held at the Hop Gibson Cemetery on Cowan on Sunday, May 23, weather permitting. If the day is rainy or cold, services will be held at the church house. In either case, food will be served at the church after the service. Everyone is invited to attend. They are always blessed with good preaching and good food.

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