Photos from the Upper West Fork
VFD Bluegrass Festival
George Rose of Clay plays a homemade bass
that is made of wood and plastic banding
Pickin' in the parking lot are, left to right, Jim Tucker and Ed Rexroad
of Gassaway and Eugene Parsons of Orma. Rexroad is a former postmaster
Getting together and jamming was a popular activity.
Dancing to the moving bluegrass tunes was also popular.
The Hillbilly Stompers were on hand for clogging.
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New Reporter for Calhoun Chronicle
Robin Gordon of Beech Road in
Arnoldsburg has been added as a new reporter for The Calhoun
Chronicle. She will cover events and news and do interviews in the
western and southern parts of the county.
She has lived in Calhoun
County for 18 years with her husband, Danny. They have a son, Levi, who
will be an 8th grader. Her parents are Bob and Linda
McCartney, also of Beech Road. She has a sister, Beth Stull and a
brother, Sam McCartney.
She enjoys watching her son
participate in sports, volunteering during the Molasses Festival,
camping, and spending time with her family.
“I am looking forward to to
getting to know more of the people in the community with this
opportunity,” said Robin.
She may be contacted at
354-6917 or email