County GOP holds fall picnic


From left are Will and Mike McCarty and Drew Moyer.

From left are Will and Mike McCarty and Drew Moyer.


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From left are Bob Peterson, Keith Faber and Tim Inwood.


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Cooper Snyder, sitting, and wife Dorothy celebrate Cooper’s 90th birthday along with Tim Inwood (standing). In back are Brian and Ron Shidaker.


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The Clinton County Republican Party Fall Picnic was held Monday at the Wilmington Savings Bank Clinton County Senior Center. State Rep. Keith Faber (R-84th District), candidate for Auditor of State, spoke about how he wants to use the Auditor’s office to improve government efficiency and save taxpayer dollars. He praised the success of the Ohio legislature, stating that it has cut taxes by almost $5 billion, reduced regulations, and brought over 520,000 jobs back to Ohio. He said he hopes to continue building on that success if elected in November.” Shown from left are Faber, David Bailey, Deanna Liermann, and Loren Stuckert. At back in middle is Kelly Hopkins. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com.


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From left are Missy Walters, Tim Inwood, and Shane and Kristy Wilkin.


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From left are Terry Habermehl and Rev. Dan Mayo.


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Keith Faber, left, and Rick Moyer.


Jim Gumley photos

From left are Will and Mike McCarty and Drew Moyer.

From left are Bob Peterson, Keith Faber and Tim Inwood.

Cooper Snyder, sitting, and wife Dorothy celebrate Cooper’s 90th birthday along with Tim Inwood (standing). In back are Brian and Ron Shidaker.

The Clinton County Republican Party Fall Picnic was held Monday at the Wilmington Savings Bank Clinton County Senior Center. State Rep. Keith Faber (R-84th District), candidate for Auditor of State, spoke about how he wants to use the Auditor’s office to improve government efficiency and save taxpayer dollars. He praised the success of the Ohio legislature, stating that it has cut taxes by almost $5 billion, reduced regulations, and brought over 520,000 jobs back to Ohio. He said he hopes to continue building on that success if elected in November.” Shown from left are Faber, David Bailey, Deanna Liermann, and Loren Stuckert. At back in middle is Kelly Hopkins. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com.

From left are Missy Walters, Tim Inwood, and Shane and Kristy Wilkin.

From left are Terry Habermehl and Rev. Dan Mayo.

Keith Faber, left, and Rick Moyer.

From left are Will and Mike McCarty and Drew Moyer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Will-Mike-McCarty_Drew-Moyer.jpgFrom left are Will and Mike McCarty and Drew Moyer. Jim Gumley photos

From left are Bob Peterson, Keith Faber and Tim Inwood.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Bob-Peterson_Keith-Faber_Tim-Inwood.jpgFrom left are Bob Peterson, Keith Faber and Tim Inwood. Jim Gumley photos

Cooper Snyder, sitting, and wife Dorothy celebrate Cooper’s 90th birthday along with Tim Inwood (standing). In back are Brian and Ron Shidaker.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Dorothy-Snyder_Dale-Inwood_Cooper-Snyder_-Back-L-R-Brian-Ron-Shidaker.jpgCooper Snyder, sitting, and wife Dorothy celebrate Cooper’s 90th birthday along with Tim Inwood (standing). In back are Brian and Ron Shidaker. Jim Gumley photos

The Clinton County Republican Party Fall Picnic was held Monday at the Wilmington Savings Bank Clinton County Senior Center. State Rep. Keith Faber (R-84th District), candidate for Auditor of State, spoke about how he wants to use the Auditor’s office to improve government efficiency and save taxpayer dollars. He praised the success of the Ohio legislature, stating that it has cut taxes by almost $5 billion, reduced regulations, and brought over 520,000 jobs back to Ohio. He said he hopes to continue building on that success if elected in November.” Shown from left are Faber, David Bailey, Deanna Liermann, and Loren Stuckert. At back in middle is Kelly Hopkins. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Keith-Faber_David-Bailey_Deanna-Liermann_Loren-Stuckert_-Back-Center-Kelly-Hopkins.jpgThe Clinton County Republican Party Fall Picnic was held Monday at the Wilmington Savings Bank Clinton County Senior Center. State Rep. Keith Faber (R-84th District), candidate for Auditor of State, spoke about how he wants to use the Auditor’s office to improve government efficiency and save taxpayer dollars. He praised the success of the Ohio legislature, stating that it has cut taxes by almost $5 billion, reduced regulations, and brought over 520,000 jobs back to Ohio. He said he hopes to continue building on that success if elected in November.” Shown from left are Faber, David Bailey, Deanna Liermann, and Loren Stuckert. At back in middle is Kelly Hopkins. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. Jim Gumley photos

From left are Missy Walters, Tim Inwood, and Shane and Kristy Wilkin.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Missy-Walters_Tim-Inwood_Shane-Kristy-Wilkin.jpgFrom left are Missy Walters, Tim Inwood, and Shane and Kristy Wilkin. Jim Gumley photos

From left are Terry Habermehl and Rev. Dan Mayo.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Terry-Habermehl_Rev.-Dan-Mayo.jpgFrom left are Terry Habermehl and Rev. Dan Mayo. Jim Gumley photos

Keith Faber, left, and Rick Moyer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_Faber-and-Moyer.jpgKeith Faber, left, and Rick Moyer. Jim Gumley photos