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Vic Stilwell, Jack Shaffer, and Boyce Delashmit tell supervisors they are fed up with trash and litter on the roads and in the ditches.

County residents angry about trash

Supervisors were raked over the coals in a recent meeting for not working aggressively enough to stop littering of the roadsides and the ditches.

Photo by Sue Watson

The 80th Holly Springs Tour of Historic Homes was opened Friday last week on the steps of historic Montrose. Shown at the ribbon cutting are queen Mary Neely Jones, escort Mitchell Lafever, flower girl Lilli Cate Thompson, Mayor Kelvin Buck, Rev. William S. Banks, Anderson Chapel CME Church, and Annie Moffitt.

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Bea Green is pictured at Walthall Place with docents Kaleigh Carrington, Rosamond Barnett and Sarah Shoup.

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Henry Hilderbrand, of Snow Lake, has been making works of art out of PVC for about two years. He and wife Brenda Bartus brought their art to Holly Springs for the first time on the downtown square.

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Kathy Simmons and Marylou Tibbs from Dresden, Tenn., enjoy the tour of homes including the Church of the Yellow Fever Marturs, Old St. Joseph’s Church, on East College Avenue.

 

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Welcoming guests at Cuffawa are (from left) Erin Burleson, Sonni McKinney, Anna Griffin Tollison, Ruthie Tollison, Lizzie Tollison and Scarlett Newman.

 

City shines for Tour of Homes

The 80th Annual Holly Springs Tour of Homes was enjoyed by pilgrims and local guests and volunteers this past weekend.

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