Book Fair authors -
From left to right: Herbert Martin, Norma Jean Humphreys, Ladonna Lathem, Jenna Rushing, Virginia
Jewell, John Ross, Dorothy Nell Harper, Larry Arnett, Sherry Purdom, Ethel Tucker, Bob Lochte, Kenneth Tucker, Charles Blair,
Larry Krohn, John Robinson. Missing from photo: Jerry Mills and Marie Jackson
to Perform Old Favorite Hymns
October 29th 2:30 p.m.
First United Methodist Church of Clinton
|The First Methodist Church organ has 346 pipes.
|The original pipe organ was purchased in 1948.
About Our Guest Organist
Mr. Hendrix, who studied at Murray State University,
is the son of James and Ruth Hendrix of Bardwell, Ky. and has served as pianist and organist
at First Baptist Church in Bardwell. His cousin, Tommy Webb, of Bardwell has also
been a guest organist at Clinton First United Methodist Church.
Donnie is also a certified pharmacy
technician and on the management team at his pharmacy, the Independence Home Pharmacy, which is a Medicare Respiratory
Medication Pharmacy in Murray.
|CIVIL WAR DAYS photos by Hunter Whitesell
|County Judge Greg Pruitt and another soldier in Confederate costume.
Civil War Days - 2006
Friday Night - the Ball
Saturday - Columbus Exiles at 11, then a battle
Sunday - Church services at the park and more battle
|Cannon firing at sunset.
|Civil War Days take place at Columbus Belmont Park overlooking the Mississippi River.
|Kentucky Secretary Jonathan Miller
|Jonathan will be in Clinton October 11th with his new book.
Book Signing - Wednesday, October 11th
State Treasurer Jonathan Miller signed his new book, "The Compassionate Community" at the Hickman County
Public Library on October 11th from 3:30 to 4:30. Miller, whose book is subtitled "Ten Values to Unite America",
focuses on not what divides us as Americans, but the values we all can agree on - compassion, opportunity, responsibility,
work, family, freedom, faith, justice, peace, respect and life. Each value is associated with an Old Testament character (
Noah, Moses, Esther, Jacob, etc).
The signing, sponsored by the Hickman County Arts Council which will also sponsor the Second Clinton Christmas Book Fair
on December 2nd at the Young Center of the First Methodist Church. The book is $24.95. Miller is donating all his profits
from the book to charity. A copy is available at the Hickman County Public Library and it can be purchased by following the
link on our links page.
To learn more about Jonathan's book, go to his website.