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This year’s Rotary 5K Fun Run/Walk was also well attended during Homecoming. Here’s a shot of the group just before they “took off”. 
PHOTO BY RAINEY OWEN. This year’s Rotary 5K Fun Run/Walk was also well attended during Homecoming. Here’s a shot of the group just before they “took off”. PHOTO BY RAINEY OWEN.

The men of Lexington’s United Methodist Church prove every year that they can make some mean pancakes! This year’s Homecoming breakfast was every bit as good as last year’s! Pictured are: John Gibbs, Robert Ahrendt, Jule Frankeny, Willis Brewer and Richard Townsend. 
PHOTO BY RAINEY OWEN. The men of Lexington’s United Methodist Church prove every year that they can make some mean pancakes! This year’s Homecoming breakfast was every bit as good as last year’s! Pictured are: John Gibbs, Robert Ahrendt, Jule Frankeny, Willis Brewer and Richard Townsend. PHOTO BY RAINEY OWEN.

Enjoying some of the Lexington UMC men’s pancakes were Sherwood and Janet Frosch, Oscar Hilligeist, Wanda Townsend, Judy and Robert Patschke and Stanley Miller. 
PHOTO BY RAINEY OWEN. Enjoying some of the Lexington UMC men’s pancakes were Sherwood and Janet Frosch, Oscar Hilligeist, Wanda Townsend, Judy and Robert Patschke and Stanley Miller. PHOTO BY RAINEY OWEN.

Leta Herklotz got a FREE Parraket with the purchase of a cage for her grandchild at Homecoming last Saturday. Leta Herklotz got a FREE Parraket with the purchase of a cage for her grandchild at Homecoming last Saturday.

Reuel Cooper helped hold the table down at the Mason’s booth, where they served snow cones and hamburgers! Reuel Cooper helped hold the table down at the Mason’s booth, where they served snow cones and hamburgers!

Jerry Poston’s wife, Nell, is proud of the small replica Jerry made of their hometown. Jerry Poston’s wife, Nell, is proud of the small replica Jerry made of their hometown.

Jerry Poston stands behind the large display table that holds his replica of the City of Lexington, which has been on display during Homecoming for more than 20 years. The incredibly detailed display includes many original businesses, homes and structures owned by various organizations from many years ago. It even has working lights in homes, businesses and along the streets. If you haven’t seen it, you’ve missed a real treasure! Jerry Poston stands behind the large display table that holds his replica of the City of Lexington, which has been on display during Homecoming for more than 20 years. The incredibly detailed display includes many original businesses, homes and structures owned by various organizations from many years ago. It even has working lights in homes, businesses and along the streets. If you haven’t seen it, you’ve missed a real treasure!

And you can’t have a parade without a few horses! Susan Bayer smiles for the camera as she and others rode past. And you can’t have a parade without a few horses! Susan Bayer smiles for the camera as she and others rode past.

Members of the upcoming Lee County Fair Royalty also rode in the Homecoming Parade. Members of the upcoming Lee County Fair Royalty also rode in the Homecoming Parade.

Pictured above are some of Lee County’s finest: Sharon Blasig (back seat), Lee County Clerk; Lyndy Krause (front passenger), Lee County Treasurer; and Linda Kovar (not seen) Lee County Commissioner, Precinct 4. Pictured above are some of Lee County’s finest: Sharon Blasig (back seat), Lee County Clerk; Lyndy Krause (front passenger), Lee County Treasurer; and Linda Kovar (not seen) Lee County Commissioner, Precinct 4.

One of the smaller carriages featured this year was this little 2- seater pulled by a miniature horse. One of the smaller carriages featured this year was this little 2- seater pulled by a miniature horse.

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