Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

Letters to the Editor

October 17, 2012

Funtoberfest a success

Oct. 17, 2012 —  

To the Editor: 

With a beautiful fall day, the 10th Annual Funtober Fest was truly a family fun filled day. Thank you to our major sponsors from Grayson Tourism & Convention Commission, All Creatures Vet Care and Eastern KY Voice

Thanks to our other sponosrs Architectural Planning & Design, Bob Caummisar Law Office, Brown’s Mobile Homes, Center Stage Studio, Commercial Bank, Family Vision Health Center, First National Bank, Gibbs True Value Hardware, Grayson Electronics/Radio Shack, Grayson Rural Electric Co-op, Grayson Sanitation, Grayson Sporting Goods, James Family Outfitters, Jennings Portable Toilets, L & M Trophy Shop, Lighthouse Frames & Gallery, Pathways, Prichard’s Outdoor Shop, McDonalds of Grayson & Olive Hill, New Beginnings Assembly of God, Racer’s Shell Marts, Ramona Salyer, State Farm Insurance, Rupert’s Department Store and WGOH/WUGO, TV 14 and Printworks 

Thank you to those who were a part of our activities that day---Mayor George Steele, Grayson Police Department, Grayson Fire Department, Grayson Street Department, Heritage Hoedowners, Rachel Harper & her Prichard Second Grade Class, ECHS Cross County/Boys & Girls Track Teams, Carter Christian Academy, RW Boggs/Carter County Detention Center, Grayson Health Park, Meals on Wheels, Chili Teams from Commercial Bank, First National Bank, Grayson Health Park, Grayson Conference Center/Guesthouse Inns & Suites, Hitc hins Freewill Baptist Church Youth Group, GRECC/Don Combs, T & H Truck Parts, Carter County Drug Coalition, Jill York, Wilson Martial Arts & Fitness Center, Sara Jane Millican, FEAT, Relay for Life,  Carter County Homemakers, Grayson Rotary, Nicholas Yancy Nischan Foundation, Downtown Merchants, and Grayson Gallery & Art Center.

Pat Collier
Grayson Chamber of Commerce

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