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News briefs - 10/27

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By The Staff

Auxiliary to sponsor Veterans Day celebration
A Veterans Day celebration sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary is planned for Nov. 7 at 3 p.m. at the American Legion Post 34.
The service will be in the Patriot Hall building, and there will be a guest speaker.
Three area churches — Family Worship Center, Open Bible Church and New Life Christian Fellowship — are serving a meal to Anderson County veterans and their spouse/guest following the service.
RSVP for the meal by calling Pam Rice at 502-680-1268 or by mailing the name of the veteran and spouse/guest to American Legion Auxiliary, P.O. Box 114, Lawrenceburg, Ky. 40342. Reservations must be received by Thursday, Nov. 4.
Any other church wishing to participate can call Rice at the above number for more information.

Agency adds new company
Don Peach Insurance in Lawrenceburg has been appointed as a new agent by Auto Owners Insurance to represent their company, the company announced in a news release.
“Don Peach and his staff, Sally Wolfe and Angie Bast, would like to take this opportunity to welcome Auto Owners Insurance into our agency,” the company announced.
“As Don Peach Agency partners up with Auto Owners Insurance we will build our success and relationships with our customers as we have for over 35 years in our community and surrounding communities by our continuous hard teamwork from our agents, our honesty and loyalty to our No. 1 priority, which is our customers.”
Auto Owners Insurance was founded in 1916. The company is represented by more that 6,300 independent agencies, selling several forms of insurance such as commercial, property and casualty, with comprehensive, flood, life, health, and annuity insurance in 26 states, according to the news release.

Historical Society to meet Oct. 28
The Anderson County Historical Society will host its monthly meeting Thursday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. at the Anderson Public Library.
This month’s speaker, George Geoghegan, will discuss the “History and Future of the T. B. Ripy House.”