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To the Editor:
You can get a black eye at the football game and never step a foot on the field.
I was attending the Fayette versus Hamilton game Friday Sept. 5, when all of a
little orange ball being thrown into the stands at lightning speed hits me above the right eye,
knocking my glasses off and giving me a goose-egg (which turned into a shiner).
I think someone, whoever is in charge, should tell the little guys who are
throwing the balls
that it might be a benefit to not use such force, maybe try throwing underhanded.
I shudder to think what could have happened if it had struck half an inch lower.
To the Editor:
I would like to thank 3M Company and Plant Manager Rod Northam for their recent
donation to Fayette County High School.
3M Company continues to show a strong commitment of supporting all schools in
FCHS is proud to be associated with a company that values public education.
again for your support.