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Roy and Nonnie Westbrook have been hosting trail rides for the past 20 years. Two years ago they decided to do something good with the event so they donated the money to the American Cancer Society. This year they raised $3,052 surpassing last year’s total by $1,000. Roy said about 50 riders joined each day and the nightly music and auction was attended by about 145 people. “Thank you to all who came and supported the American Cancer Society,” Westbrook said. “I look forward to next year.”

Ray and Una Mae Nichols stand in front of their Weldon Street home selected as the Frankston Garden Club Beauty Spot.

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5073 Commander John Davis lays a wreath on the ceremonial POW/MIA table during the banquet on Sunday, Sept. 17. Two POWs spoke during the event.