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75 years of quality service by Ronald B. Jones The Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home originated in 1935. In 1950, the funeral home was completely remodeled. The original Bentley House, which was built in 1850, is the third oldest building in Ludlow. The funeral home has been continually updated over the years having the atmosphere of your home rather than a business. At the June 2010, convention of the Kentucky
Funeral Directors Association held at the Marriott Hotel in Louisville, Ronald and Grace Jones were awarded the Golden Certificate for 75 Years of continuous active funeral service in Northern Kentucky. Our funeral home is staffed by Ronald B. Jones, a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director, his wife, Grace Jones, Andy Reed, licensed Embalmer and
Funeral Director, of Ludlow, Renee Harris, Office Manager, of Fort Wright, Monica Sallee of Hebron, Cecil Welch of Erlanger, and Charles Manning of Ludlow. The Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home offers all of the traditional services along with cremations and memorial services. Also, visitations and services may be held in the church of the family’s
preference. Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home began a pre-arrangement service 25 Years ago when PrePlanning a funeral was in its infancy. Realizing the need of persons wanting to decide what they wanted for there own funeral plus the value it gave there family knowing the wishes of there loved ones. Pre-planning a funeral
does not need to be prefunded but it does give one the opportunity to express their wishes in advance. For those who do pre-pay their funeral at Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home it serves the advantage of locking the funeral at today’s cost. For additional information or a personal conference call Ronald Jones at 431-0072.
TREASURES from page 12 toys, and more for their classrooms. Do you want to earn some holiday cash? New consignors are invited to join the Little Treasures family. Consignors - who set their own prices -- earn a minimum of 70% to a maximum of 85% of sales of their items. If you just want to shop before the public sale begins, visit the website and register to volunteer at the sale. There is also a presale for new and expectant parents; registration is on the Little Treasures website. Little Treasure’s Fundraiser Friday and Vendor Hall are being continued this season. Fundraiser Friday is an easy opportunity for organizations trying to raise money. In Vendor Hall, you can one-stop shop home- and service-based businesses. The sale will be held at the Madison Office Products Building, located at 8307 U.S. Hwy. 42, Florence, between Mall Road and Hopeful Church Road. Public sales hours are Wednesday, Oct. 20, to Saturday, Oct. 23, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the half-price sale (on many items) all day Saturday. Registration for Little Treasures consignors, volunteers, and new parents is currently open. For more information about the sale, consigning, and Fundraiser Friday, visit www.littletreasuressale.com and click on the Northern Kentucky link.
BULLY from page 6 a change in your child’s behavior and attitudes, approach him first. Offer your support and let him know that action will be taken to improve the situation. Your child will most likely be feeling isolated at school and it’s important for him to know that he can confide in you. Document facts. Take pictures of any injuries and have your child give a detailed description of what happened. Write down the dates and times that these situations occurred and get statements from any other students, teachers or parents who may have observed the bullying. Talk to teachers and the principal. Don’t wait. Immediately contact the school and alert school officials to the problems that your child is facing. Put it in writing. In addition to talking directly to teachers and the school principal, put your concerns into writing to the principal, the superintendent and school board members. Encourage others to speak up. If the same child is bullying other students, persuade parents to report it too. School officials are more likely to respond immediately if they see the problem is affecting several students. Call the police. Many states require schools to report bullying incidents to the police, according to Findlaw.com. If your child has been the victim of a physical assault or repeated incidents of bullying, call the local authorities - especially if your school has not contacted local authorities. Courtesy of ARAcontent
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