Richmond Kiwanians working the second shift of the annual roadblock and remaining for a group photos were: P. Jared Noble, George Ridings, Jr., Roy Switzer, Tracy Burdett, William Leach, Dr. Glen Kleine, Beth Thompson, Piddle Johnson, David Harkleroad, and Tammy Harkleroad. Other Kiwanians working the roadblock were David Benge, Danny Damrel, Elbert Hudson, Dwight McMullin, Patrick McMahon, and Dr. Morris Taylor. David Harkleroad, the chairman of the roadblock, announced that the proceeds from the four-hour roadblock were $2,220. The proceeds from the 2003 roadblock was $2,133. This roadblock was held on the same weekend as that of the first Richmond, KY Pottery Festival.
Kiwanians proudly displayed their sign along with that of the Pottery Festival. Roy Switzer successfully collects from truck driver.
4-H Camp Scholarship, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Boy Scouts of America, Children's Champions, Crusade for Children, Educational Talent Search, Iodine Deficiency Disorder Project, Make A Wish Foundation, Meals on Wheels, Model School Key Club, Pop Warner Little Scholar Football and Cheerleaders League, Project Graduation, Reading is Fundamental, Richmond Little League, Salvation Army Angle Tree, Scholarships for Outstanding Graduates of Model High School, Madison Central High School and 4-H, Special Olympics, and YMCA.
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