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Livia Benefield took the Grundy County Herald with her to Plains, Georgia recently when she attended the Peanut Festival and was one of the members of “His Amazing Grace Singers” who performed for former President Jimmy Carter. Livia is a second grader at North Elementary School. Her mom Cassie and grandmother Judy Fults accompanied her on the two-day trip.
Several mountain men took a two-week trip to Wyoming recently. Pictured in front of the legendary Crow Heart’s Butte in Wyoming are Jake Layne, Josh Hutson, Josh Layman and Justin Shrum with Nicholas (Bird) Layne in front. Also along on the trip but not pictured were Dan, Bruce, and Jim Layne.
You just never know who you will run in to, or in this case, fly around while in the Army. On September 24, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Nathaniel Gallagher, from Pelham, an Army Black Hawk helicopter pilot, got the opportunity to fly Specialist Landon King, from Beersheba Springs, in the back of his helicopter on a training mission. CW2 Gallagher and SPC King were conducting training operations at the Joint
Michael, Melody, and Judd Oliver and Melissa Scruggs recently visited Biloxi, Mississippi. While having fun in the sun, they took along the Grundy County Herald for a great read at the beach.
Grundy County resident Tom Jarrett was in Monterrey, Mexico recently and took the Grundy County Herald “along for the ride.”
The daughter of Grundy County resident Connie McGinnis, Tina, and her husband Doug, from South Port, North Carolina, enjoyed reading the Grundy County Herald while they were here recently to surprise Connie on her birthday.
Tony and Lisa Troglin of Gruetli-Laager took the Grundy County Herald along with them on their vacation. They are pictured here at the Geo-thermal fields in Reykjavik, Iceland.