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Rummage Sale

UMW RUMMAGE SALE — Members of the United Methodist Women check out  items visitors purchased Friday, June 4 at the annual Rummage Sale held June 4 and 5 at the church’s Family Life Center. A sizable number of area residents made their way through the wide array of items being offered in the women’s group’s event to raise money for mission projects. — Citizen Photo

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New Council given Oath of Office

after May 1 election results okayed

Newly elected members of the Frankston City Council took the oaths of office Tuesday, May 11, after the results of the May 1 City Election were approved by the prior Council, according to unofficial minutes reported by City Secretary Kelli Landreth-Smith.

The minutes do not become official until they are approved at the next Council meeting.

Court Clerk Linda Howell administered the Oath of Office to all six Council members. Newly elected Mayor Tommy Carr and new Place 2 Council member Lesia Main and Place 4 Councilman Johnnie Day joined incumbents Place 3 Council member Sharyn Harrison, Place 5 Councilman Greg Main and Place 6 Councilman Roger McDonald in taking the Oath.

At this time old Council members officially stepped down and new Council members took their seat.

Outgoing Mayor Gerald Hall said it had been an honor to serve as Mayor and thanked the Council, citizens and employees and offered to help in any way possible. The Council thanked Hall for his service to the community.

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Olive Branch Cemetery seeks donations for maintenance

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