Signs of spring


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The community gathered during an Arbor Day celebration Friday at Menke Park in Troy. Following a proclamation given by Troy Mayor Mike Beamish, third-grade students from Troy schools were invited as ambassadors to assist in the planting of a northern red oak in honor of Betty Reardon. Students, including Kade Flora of Kyle Elementary School and Landon Huber of Forest Elementary School, use a shovel to throw dirt on the tree near the entrance to the park. According to Beamish, this is the 30th year for the city of Troy as a Tree City USA.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The Miami County Cattlemen’s Association held its first Lunch on the Lawn on Friday at the Miami County Courthouse in Troy. Mark Spencer, left, and Don Black prepare beef for the meal offered by the association. According to Black, the Miami County Cattlemen will host a lunch the last Friday of every month during the summer, serving rib-eye and chopped sirloin sandwiches. Approximately 500 people are estimated to eat a beef lunch at each of the luncheon events, which have been offered for more than 20 years.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

The community gathered during an Arbor Day celebration Friday at Menke Park in Troy. Following a proclamation given by Troy Mayor Mike Beamish, third-grade students from Troy schools were invited as ambassadors to assist in the planting of a northern red oak in honor of Betty Reardon. Students, including Kade Flora of Kyle Elementary School and Landon Huber of Forest Elementary School, use a shovel to throw dirt on the tree near the entrance to the park. According to Beamish, this is the 30th year for the city of Troy as a Tree City USA.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

The Miami County Cattlemen’s Association held its first Lunch on the Lawn on Friday at the Miami County Courthouse in Troy. Mark Spencer, left, and Don Black prepare beef for the meal offered by the association. According to Black, the Miami County Cattlemen will host a lunch the last Friday of every month during the summer, serving rib-eye and chopped sirloin sandwiches. Approximately 500 people are estimated to eat a beef lunch at each of the luncheon events, which have been offered for more than 20 years.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The community gathered during an Arbor Day celebration Friday at Menke Park in Troy. Following a proclamation given by Troy Mayor Mike Beamish, third-grade students from Troy schools were invited as ambassadors to assist in the planting of a northern red oak in honor of Betty Reardon. Students, including Kade Flora of Kyle Elementary School and Landon Huber of Forest Elementary School, use a shovel to throw dirt on the tree near the entrance to the park. According to Beamish, this is the 30th year for the city of Troy as a Tree City USA.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2016/04/web1_160429aw_Arbor_Day_7322.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News The community gathered during an Arbor Day celebration Friday at Menke Park in Troy. Following a proclamation given by Troy Mayor Mike Beamish, third-grade students from Troy schools were invited as ambassadors to assist in the planting of a northern red oak in honor of Betty Reardon. Students, including Kade Flora of Kyle Elementary School and Landon Huber of Forest Elementary School, use a shovel to throw dirt on the tree near the entrance to the park. According to Beamish, this is the 30th year for the city of Troy as a Tree City USA.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The Miami County Cattlemen’s Association held its first Lunch on the Lawn on Friday at the Miami County Courthouse in Troy. Mark Spencer, left, and Don Black prepare beef for the meal offered by the association. According to Black, the Miami County Cattlemen will host a lunch the last Friday of every month during the summer, serving rib-eye and chopped sirloin sandwiches. Approximately 500 people are estimated to eat a beef lunch at each of the luncheon events, which have been offered for more than 20 years.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2016/04/web1_160429aDw_Cattlemen.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News The Miami County Cattlemen’s Association held its first Lunch on the Lawn on Friday at the Miami County Courthouse in Troy. Mark Spencer, left, and Don Black prepare beef for the meal offered by the association. According to Black, the Miami County Cattlemen will host a lunch the last Friday of every month during the summer, serving rib-eye and chopped sirloin sandwiches. Approximately 500 people are estimated to eat a beef lunch at each of the luncheon events, which have been offered for more than 20 years.

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