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Winning Bluegill fishermen announced
The annual Bluegill fishing tournament was held recently with 39 young anglers participating. The top three winners in three age groups were announced for catching the largest bluegills in Richwood Lake. Evan McCleese of Delaware, set a new Bluegill contest record by catching a 7 ¾ inch long Bluegill. Evan, at the age of six, knew how to catch a big one! All the fish caught were examined and returned back to the lake. Every angler received a bag of gummy worms for their efforts. Pictured above are winners in each age category. Front row, left to right are Cain Wilson and Owen Lingrel. Second row includes Braxton Kelson, Owen Wing, Evan McCleese, Savannah Queen, Clarissa Wilson and Emma Wing. Back row includes Nicholas Cruz, Devin Bonney and Blake Carmen. (photo submitted)

Class of 1965 celebrates 50 years
Members of the Richwood High School Class of 1965 returned to the alumni banquet last Saturday to celebrate their 50th class reunion. Over 230 people returned for the event, including two former teachers, John Merriman and his wife Sharon and Rosemary Wall Taylor. Pictured left to right is Dee Ann DeBolt, Sharon Mayberry Stillings, Donna Borland Carpenter, Roxye Carter Cieply, Bonnie McBride Kennedy, Lynn Glass Ledley, Barb Bugg Brake, Doris Schrote Ebbert and Sally Ballard Glover. Row two includes Linda Congrove Rasley Dean, Carol Ferguson McCreary, Reba Shinkle McBride, Joann Prichard Bright, Tonya Davis Payne, Tom Thomas and Ron Pratt. Row three, John Caudill, Criss Somerlot, Trudy Oman Berry, Nick Taylor, Bonnie Bell, Pat Ransome Kyle-Beatley, and Pat Hoffman Hall. Back row includes Sheila Ward Grams, Spencer Jordan, Denny Roberts, Kelly Drake, Ed Olson, Dan Rush and Keith Forrider. (photo submitted)

 

 

 

 

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