Letter to the Editor

Local businesses make Miss Greene County a success

Monday, July 10, 2017

To the Editor:

The directors of the Miss Greene County Queen Contest would like to thank the following merchants for making the event a success this year:

Monicals Pizza of Linton; Doug Dayhoff Farm Bureau of Bloomfield; Pizza Hut of Linton; J & M Recycling; Greene County General Hospital; BloomBank; Bradfields Landscaping; Floyds Flowers; Jordan & Vaught Insurance; Coleman Farms; Mainsource Bank; Pizza Hut of Bloomfield; Pizza Villa II; Advance Auto Parts of Linton; Dan’s Auto of Worthington; Greene County 4-H Council; Swing-In Pizza of Bloomington; Perfection Auto Glass; Subway of Bloomfield; Tireman Tire of Switz City; Warnick Body Shop; 67 Cafe & Ice Cream; Vest Quick Mart; Hucks of Bloomfield; Crane Credit Union; BC Heating & Cooling; Terrell Excavating; Amanda Hamilton of Lula Roe; Dollar General of Bloomfield; Lite House Lunch Box; Cathy’s Beauty Salon; Dairy Queen of Bloomfield; Kevin Byers Quality Heating, Cooling and Electrical; Harrah Realty; Shields Ace Hardware; Case Sevilla of Bloomfield; Baesler’s Market of Linton; Kelly Riggleman of Mary Kay; Paragon Force; Arby’s of Linton; Hair Scripts; Citizens Energy; Fast Freddies of Linton; Calico & Things; Greggs & Reid CPA PC; McDonalds of Linton; Farmers and Mechanics Federal Savings and Loan; Subway of Worthington; Tera’s Hairitage Salon; Front Porch Steak House; Pizza Hut of Linton; Happy Matts BBQ; and JoEtta’s Pizza Villa.

They really stepped up to the plate and the girls were given a lot of prizes, whether it be cash, gift cards or items. The candidates that didn’t win even walked away with about $30 in items. It was a pleasure to work with each one of the merchants.

We were blessed with receiving the community grant from UDWI REMC to help with $500 in scholarships.

Shelly Carrico, Worthington

Stephanie Fish, Worthington

Janell Spencer, Worthington