Cameron Landmarks Group Says Thanks
The Greater Cameron Area Landmarks Commission would like to thank everyone who participated in the second Adopt-a-Tree Gala Christmas tree auction.
Decorators included: the Presbyterian Women’s Society, Pam & Kim Country Girls, Tracy Sheedy, Dry Ridge CEOs, and Cameron & Co. 4-H (wreathes); Sherilyn McCracken, Blue & Gold Christian Center, Lois C. Berzman, Marshall County Starting Points, Big Run Christian Church, Cameron & Co. 4-H, Cameron Hometown Hardware, and Smith’s Tax Service (trees).
Purchasers were: Sue Briggs, Cameron Hometown Hardware and Richmond Auctioneer Services, Julie Beresford, Marge Pettit, Cameron Nursing & Rehab, Laura Donellen, Connie Brown (with a contribution by Lois Berzman), Bruce Whipkey, Pat Phillips, and Shirley Allen.
Also, thanks to Lois Berzman for opening her historic home for tours during the event.
The Landmarks Commission greatly appreciates the time and effort everyone devoted to this event, including those who hosted visitors during display hours, and Richmond Auctioneering for donating their services. We hope to see you all back with us next year!
Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Cameron B&O Depot Restoration project.
The Greater Cameron Area