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Serving the community of Camp Springs, Kentucky since 1998.
Fran Reitman from Reitman Auto Parts & Sales has announced
her organization's plans to participate in this year's
"Crush out Cancer" event on June 21 & 22 at Campbell County
Middle School in Alexandria.
Part of the festivities include the opportunity to sign
and possibly "crush" a 1996 Plymouth Neon.
Here are more details:
“CRUSH out CANCER”
June 21, 2013
6:00 pm – 6:00 am
Campbell County Middle School - Alexandria, KY
For $2 sign your or a loved one's name, in honor
or in memory of those who have encountered this dreadful
disease on a 1996 Plymouth Neon.
Or better yet purchase a chance
1 For $5 or 6 for $2 to:
Push the Button to CRUSH THE NEON.
The lucky winner will be invited to come to
Reitman Auto Parts & Sales in Camp Springs, KY
to press the button to crush this car in the
Al-jon Crusher. All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society Relay For Life.
Here's a letter from Reitman Team Captain Fran Reitman:
It’s time for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Campbell County. Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society’s nationwide signature event.
This year will be our first year to be a part of this community fundraising event. As a first time team, our goal is to reach $2,500.00 for this worthwhile event. Throughout the day and night, our team will take turns walking around the track representing the fact that cancer never sleeps.
The event is taking place June 21-22, 2013 at the Campbell County Middle School, starting at 6:00 pm lasting until 6:00am.
Our team will be walking in support of the cancer survivors here at Reitman Auto Parts & Sales, Inc., and all those in the community that has or will endure this dreadful disease. I believe that it is because of the research funded by the American Cancer Society that they will continue to win the battle.
Will you help in the fight against cancer by making a contribution to the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life? Donations can be made online by visiting Reitman’s Team site at http://main.acsevents.org/goto/ReitmanAutoParts
If at all possible I am asking you to please make your donation before June 21 Thank You from the bottom of my heart! There is no finish line until we find a cure.
Crush out Cancer, Team Captain
Students from St. Joseph in Camp Springs celebrated May Crowning on Thursday night as part of the annual ceremony honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary. The threat of inclement weather forced the event indoors.
This just in . . . .
The latest details regarding the status of the SD1 Forced Main plans will be available at the next CSI Meeting, Monday May 20 at the Camp Springs Winery.
Anna Zinkhon reports that contact has been made with the Kentucky State Forester and a May 29 (10am) visit has been scheduled for an inspection of all of the trees along the proposed route of the forced main. “One of the biggest concerns many of us have is the effect on our land, creek and quality of life if many of our trees are damaged or destroyed” said Zinkhon. “To date there has not been any studies done or professional opinions documented about this detail. The state forester will provide us with this information. I am very happy to report that the Campbell County Conservation District recommended this resource and the conservation district is looking into other ways they can support our concerns.”