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Page 10 The Tri-City Reporter, Wednesday, April 4, 2012

RUTHERFORD LIONS CLUB PANCAKE BREAKFAST - Joe and Sue Bone (front) visited with Diane and Wylie Hollis (back) during the Annual Rutherford Lions Club Pancakle Breakfast held at the Woodmen building at the Joens Volunteer Park in Rutherford on Saturday. DYER LIONS CLUB PANCAKE BREAKFAST - Dyer Lions Club members Joel Reynolds and Burt Hooper visit with State Rep. Curtis Halford and Jan Reynolds during the Annual Dyer Lions Club Packcake Breakfast held Saturday at Dyer Elementary School.

RUTHERFORD LIONS - Helping with the Annual Rutherford Lions Club Pancake Breakfast were Joe Bone, Tim Griggs, Rev. Hobert Walker, Kasey Harris, Addie Rose Brelsford and Carmion Fuhrman

DYER LIONS COOKS - Dyer Lions Club members cooking pancakes were Roger Gray, Harry Elliott and Ken Pullias.

COOKING BACON - Dyer Lion Charles Nolan fries bacon for the pancake breakfast.

LANDSCAPING - Charles Talley, Tommy King and Jenny Baker, GCHS students in fundamentals of argiculture class, give the flower beds at the school a facelift with new mulch and blooming annuals. The students are instructed by Lindsey Norman. The school’s greenhouse will be opening to the public soon.

SMITHS - Mary Jane and Nathan Smith enjoyed the Rutherford Lions Club Pancake Breakfast.

COUNTING EGGS - Children participating in the Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Wound Care Resources at Yorkville Park traded their eggs in for bags of candy.

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HUNTING FOR EGGS - Children enjoyed the Easter Egg Hunt at Yorkville Park last Saturday. Wound Care Resources sponsored the egg hunt with 2,000 eggs that they exchanged for candy. The children were divided into two age groups with one golden egg in each group that contained money.

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