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With a vintage restored 1939 airplane in the background, volunteers serve up dinner to some of the crowd which was on hand Saturday for the Gary Trumel Memorial Fly-In at the Comanche County Airport. Rabies Clinic Coming Soon by Aaron Sawyers, Com. Co. Ag. Agent The annual Rabies Clinic is Saturday, May 16, at Coldwater and Protection. The clinic will be at the Comanche County Fair- grounds in Coldwater from 8 until 10a.m. It will then move to Protec- tion where it will run from 10:30 until 11:30 a.m. The Annual Rabies Clinic is jointly sponsored by Ashland Veterinary Center and Comanche County 4-H Council. Volunteers from the Loyal Hustlers and Kiowa Creek 4-H Clubs will be helping with the clinic. This is a great opportunity to get your pets' shots up to date while at the same time saving some mileage. Recycling Starts ) w i th YOU! In by Loretta Heft, Comanche County Economic Development Director Sunday, May 3 turned out to be a beautiful day for the Gary D. Trummel Memorial Fly-In at the Comanche County Airport. More than 100 people came out to see the planes flown in by members ofthe Experimental Air- craft Association Chapter # 1134 fxom Great Bend, as well as the special car and truck 6isp ays and enjoy lunch. We had a special demonstra- tion of aerobatics from one vet- eran member of the EAA group who piloted a World War II for- ward observation plane. Only seven of this particular type of aircraft were manufactured and there is only one left in the world and it was here in Comanche county at our airport. We even had a helicopter ar- rive piloted by Robert Ellis of Haviland and Ran White got to enjoy a short ride. The Trummel Memorial Fly- In and fundraiser for the AWOS (weather data station) for our air- port raised over $500. We appreciate all of the sup- port and donations from every- one. We would like to especially thank Dennis Hemandez and the Comanche County Road and Bridge Department for all they do to keep our airport looking great and to Dennis for all of his help on Sunday and bringing out At Co,op Elevator April 29 4.66 April 30 4.64 April 1 unavailable April 4 4.63 April 5 4.55 Farmers Cooperative 582-2251 I . a display for the event too. We also send a big thank you to the Coldwater Police Depart- ment and Tyson Rosenberger, Comanche County Sheriff De- partment and Jesse Brumbaugh, Comanche Coun Fire Depart- ment and Grog E Jlis and crew, Comanche Countty Ambulance Service and Terrri Brosius and crew. You all did am excellent job showing the comnnunity some of the great equipment used for the vital services you provide. Ev- eryone enjoyed getting a close- up look, but particularly all the kids. We appreciate all of you! We would also like to thank Chris Bruekner and Joe Ceballos for bringing out their race cars and mud trucks. We know it is rac- ing season and we appreciate you spending an afternoon with us when you could be out win- ning more trophies on the track. A big thank you to the stu- dents from South Central High School FCCLA wlo gave up part of their weekend 5uring one of the busiest times ffthe year and came out to help rve the lunch and clean up. As happens with most events, we had a couple of things not go exactly as planned, but they handled it like pros and everything worked out great. Thanks you to Sherrie Misak for all of her help with everything all day, and a special thank you to the EAA Chapter # 1134 from Great Bend for joining us for the event again this year and Farm- ers Spraying Service and the Sturgeon family for your contin- ued support. Thank you to Mike Swigart and JD's BBQ for the fabulous food and great customer service and to Chris Hurd and Venture Foods for the donation of drinks and chips and always being so supportive for any community event. And last but certainly not least a very special thank you to the Trummel family for sharing the day with us. If you missed the Memorial Fly-In, but would still like to make a donation towards the air- port improvement projects you can send your donation made out to Comanche County Eco- nomic Development at PO Box 268, Coldwater, KS 67029. Please make a note on your donation that it is for the airport improvement projects. All con- tributions will go to that specific fund. Thanks everyone, and we hope to see you next year! Published in the Western Star Thursday, May 7, 2015. 40c, LEGAL PUBLICATION NOTICE COMANCHE COUNTY 5-5-2015 RESOLUTION ON PROPOSED ROAD VACATION Now on this 5th of May, 2015 at the duly constituted meeting of the Comanche county Commis- sioners of Comanche County, Kansas, all members being present comes the matter of va- cating a certain road hereinafter described came in for discussion and action. Road 14 NS & Avenue Y E&W between sections 5, 6, & 7-35-18. I. Now, therefore, be it resolved it is hereby ordered Road 14 NS & Avenue Y E&W between sections 5, 6,& 7-35-18 be closed. II. The notice of proposed road vacation being published in the official County newspaper for one time, beginning May 7, 2015. Chairmaniof the Board~om- missioners County Clerk Prices Good only through Tuesday, May 11 Seedless Boneless, Skinless Breasts e Each One-Pound Package | Per Pound Garden Fresh Green One-Pound Packages Per Pound FOOD STORES 7 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday 307 S. Central 582-2401 Coldwater