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‘Red Hats’ hear about Heritage Festival

The Wild Red Hats of Ripley met at DeSha’s Restaurant in in Maysville on Tuesday, July 21. JoAnn Morgan was present to talk about the Ripley Heritage Festival and fund raiser. The festival will be Aug. 21, 22 and 23 in the village of Ripley with many vendors, food booths, quilt show, photography exhibit and many things to do and enjoy.

It was discussed that an account has been set up for the Ripley flash flood victims. It is set up at the Citizens Deposit Bank, 104 Main Street in Ripley. It is under the name of “Stringtown Flood Relief Fund.” The number at the bank is 937-392-4369, if there are any questions.

There are five birthdays in July, however, the birthday gals were not present. They are Eva K. Fahrnbach, June Zipperian, Pat Daulton, Carol Cooper, and Thelma Poff.

Those in attendance at DeSha’s were Queen Bee Nancy Ellis, Betty Schroth, Debbie Pfeffer, Marlene Frodge, Magee Cook, Nancy Dick, Linda Hampton, Marianne Speed, and Sandi Trammell .

The next meeting will be at the Olive Garden Restaurant on Beechmont Avenue in the Cincinnati area. It will be 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18. Those with any questions should call Linda Hampton at 937-392-4427.

It’s all smiles for Red Hat ladies Marianne Speed, left, and Nancy Dick.’s all smiles for Red Hat ladies Marianne Speed, left, and Nancy Dick.

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