Saturday, October 4, 2003

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Boone Co. to dispose of junk

BURLINGTON - Starting Monday bulk items, junk and bagged litter will be disposed of free by Boone County Public Works.

Part of Fall Clean-Up Days, the program will continue through Oct. 12 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

The drop-off location will be at the county public works yard at the end of Maplewood Drive in Burlington.

Waste from commercial businesses will not be accepted, and there will be a limit of up to four tires per vehicle.

No batteries, liquid waste, paint or hazardous waste will be accepted.

Retiring minister honored

COVINGTON - A celebration dinner for the Rev. Harold Pike will be held at Receptions on Donaldson Road in Erlanger Sunday.

Pike is retiring Sunday after 36 years at South Side Baptist Church on Holman Avenue in Covington.

His final sermon begins at 10:45 a.m.

Reservations are required. Contact Donna Cox at (859) 341-3597.

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