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REMINDER: Knifley Firewise pancake breakfast is Sat, March 18, 2006

Plan to have breakfast in Knifley Saturday morning, March 18, 2006 and see an impressive demonstration by Taylor County RECC
March 18, 2006, will be a major day in Knifley, Adair Co, KY.

The Knifley Fire Department will hold a Firewise Pancake Breakfast starting at 8:00 a.m., Central Time (Slow Time), and, injunction with what, what Lisa Lee of the Judge Executive's office will be an impressive demonstration.

"The RECC does a demonstration that is unbelievable," she says.

Fire Safety Tips will be available from Duke Energy, Columbia Gulf Transmission Co, Kentucky Forestry, Newcomb Oil, FerrellGas, and the Adair County Extension Service.

The breakfast is $3.00 per person, and free for those under 10.



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Charles E. Wethington:



2006-03-19 - Knifley, Adair CO, KY - Photo Staff. You'd think with the name Wethington, Charles E. Wethington, the engineer at Knifley Area Volunteer Fire Department, would have come from the stretch from Knifley to Roley to Clementsville and a piece north. But he's a native Hoosier. His ancestors came from here, and he is happily back.He is now retired from trucking, living on the A.F. White Road high on the hill above Knifley. He is now the operator of a lawn service. Wethington lived in Waynetown, IN, about as close to Blackie Nixon in Hillsboro, as he now lives from Blackie Nixon on Sawmill Road. Wethington worked at the Knifley AVFD Pancake Breakfast, Saturday, March 18, 2006. It was a huge success with high candidate turnout, including unopposed ones, and a special pre-opening breakfast event for Bill Warren's crew. Wethington life at Knifley he says he wishes he had grown up here. His job as engineer is to keep the trucks rolling.
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