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December 26, 2012 - Bethel No. 49 of Job's Daughters International in Crestwood recently installed new officers. Amanda Aiken, daughter of Paul and Linda Aiken, was installed as honored queen for the next six months. Job's Daughters is a leadership and character-building organization for girls ages 9 to 19. Pictured, first row, from left, are: Hannah Geigle and Jenna Hercher. Second row, from left, are: Claire Gibbs, Kaitlyn Ashwell, Molly Geigle, Missey Whittley, Amanda, Reba Tague, Erin Ashwell and Cori Caby. Third row, from left, are: Celina Hawker, Lydia Aiken, Katie Tevebaugh, Molly Gibbs, Kayla Lindley, Emily Klein and Amy Bush. Not pictured are: Becca Hairer and Audrey Webb.
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Our TownChristmas in Crestwood underway
Dec 07 2016Christmas in Crestwood kicked off Saturday with Santa Claus’ arrival on a city fire truck at the Government Center. After children visited with Santa, the celebration continued at Watson Auto Care Plaza ... Our TownCall Newspapers Holiday Guide 2016Walk through Bethlehem, carousel with Santa or donate to food pantries this holiday seasonNov 30 2016Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Call Newspapers! We wish you and yours a wonderful Christmas season. Here's to a wonderful holiday season and an even better 2017.... Our TownChristmas in Crestwood group sets activitiesSanta visits City Hall Saturday, Dec. 3Nov 30 2016The all-volunteer Christmas in Crestwood group has planned a variety of activities and programs designed to entertain residents and visitors alike this holiday season, including a Holiday Tree Decorating ...