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<div class="source">Ashley Wilkins</div><div class="image-desc">A now healthier Mary Margaret Krahulec stands beside her son Ken Krahulec who modeled a kilt she made for him. After being diagnosed with cancer, she said she asked her son if there was anything he would like from her before she died.  He said he always wanted her to make him a kilt.  For the next three and a half years while enduring chemotherapy Mary Margaret Krahulec wove the kilt with Scottish wool.</div><div…

<div class="source">Ashley Wilkins</div><div class="image-desc">A now healthier Mary Margaret Krahulec stands beside her son Ken Krahulec who modeled a kilt she made for him. After being diagnosed with cancer, she said she asked her son if there was anything he would like from her before she died. He said he always wanted her to make him a kilt. For the next three and a half years while enduring chemotherapy Mary Margaret Krahulec wove the kilt with Scottish wool.</div><div…

Courtyard in Science Hill

Courtyard in Science Hill

Ellen Gill McCarty of Science Hill Inn. | Photo by Steve Coomes.

Ellen Gill McCarty of Science Hill Inn. | Photo by Steve Coomes.

<div class="source"></div><div class="image-desc">Joseph Trumbo (left) has been a member of the board of supervisors for the Shelby County Conservation District for 40 years, from 1975 to 2015.  He was chairman of the board from 1999 to 2003.  He has seen many changes to the conservation district and has promoted conservation in Shelby County for many years. He was recognized for his 40 years service to the Shelby County Conservation District at their annual meeting recently. Also pictured…

<div class="source"></div><div class="image-desc">Joseph Trumbo (left) has been a member of the board of supervisors for the Shelby County Conservation District for 40 years, from 1975 to 2015. He was chairman of the board from 1999 to 2003. He has seen many changes to the conservation district and has promoted conservation in Shelby County for many years. He was recognized for his 40 years service to the Shelby County Conservation District at their annual meeting recently. Also pictured…

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