Around the County

The first 7th Street Market was held this past Thursday in downtown Wyoming.  The market will continue every Thursday throughout the summer with businesses open late and new vendors being added weekly.   Tee Pee’s offered by New & Wee-Cycled were offered for a discounted priced during the 7th Street Market.
The first 7th Street Market was held this past Thursday in downtown Wyoming.  The market will continue every Thursday throughout the summer with businesses open late and new vendors being added weekly.   Tee Pee’s offered by New & Wee-Cycled were offered for a discounted priced during the 7th Street Market.


Lori Hartz had a wide selection of home grown items from Hartz Produce available during the 7th Street Market in Wyoming.
Lori Hartz had a wide selection of home grown items from Hartz Produce available during the 7th Street Market in Wyoming.


About 200 people attended the Lanterns of Hope event that the Grant Family of Wyoming sponsored this past Saturday north of Gary Johnson Field.  Lanterns were reported to be seen from Bradford as they were launched.  The event was to support those going through, to celebrate those who have survived and to remember those who have passed from cancer.  Mike Grant said afterwards that the family was very pleased with the turnout and they hope to make it an annual event. 
About 200 people attended the Lanterns of Hope event that the Grant Family of Wyoming sponsored this past Saturday north of Gary Johnson Field.  Lanterns were reported to be seen from Bradford as they were launched.  The event was to support those going through, to celebrate those who have survived and to remember those who have passed from cancer.  Mike Grant said afterwards that the family was very pleased with the turnout and they hope to make it an annual event. 


Rick King and Chad Patel had a food tent ready to go for the 7th Street Market in downtown Wyoming.
Rick King and Chad Patel had a food tent ready to go for the 7th Street Market in downtown Wyoming.


Rick King and Chad Patel had a food tent ready to go for the 7th Street Market in downtown Wyoming.
Rick King and Chad Patel had a food tent ready to go for the 7th Street Market in downtown Wyoming.


The Old Settlers’ Association royalty had two shifts who helped customers with their multiple meal purchases. Pictured is the morning shift: Front- Mini Miss OSA Queen Madison Day (L) and Little Miss OSA First Runner-up Lilliana Cecil.  In back are: Miss Teen OSA Queen Courtney Frisby (L) and Junior Miss First Runner-up Faith Sparks.
The Old Settlers’ Association royalty had two shifts who helped customers with their multiple meal purchases. Pictured is the morning shift: Front- Mini Miss OSA Queen Madison Day (L) and Little Miss OSA First Runner-up Lilliana Cecil. In back are: Miss Teen OSA Queen Courtney Frisby (L) and Junior Miss First Runner-up Faith Sparks.


These young men are seasoning pork chops to be placed above the barbeque pit at the Bradford Annual Hog Roast sponsored by the Bradford Rescue Squad.
These young men are seasoning pork chops to be placed above the barbeque pit at the Bradford Annual Hog Roast sponsored by the Bradford Rescue Squad.


Natalie Murphy, of Bradford, gave customers rides to and from the Annual Bradford Rescue Squad’s Hog Roast.  Golf carts were loaned to the Bradford Rescue Squad by Tanner’s Orchard, of Speer, Illinois.
Natalie Murphy, of Bradford, gave customers rides to and from the Annual Bradford Rescue Squad’s Hog Roast. Golf carts were loaned to the Bradford Rescue Squad by Tanner’s Orchard, of Speer, Illinois.


This magnificent wooden table manufactured locally by the Green Gables Company was displayed for auction at the Annual Bradford Rescue Squad’s Hog Roast.

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