Family and friends took the O-R along to Corolla in the Outer Banks, N.C. First row from left, Alyssa Crockett, Toni Mele, Cameron Barnhart, Katie Kraeer and Saulyna Wells. Second row from left, Paul and Darcy Bickerton, Richard Mansfield and Barb Cazille. Third row from left, Krissie Hunt, Eileen Toland Anderson and Stacey Kraeer. Fourth row from left, Aaron Hunt, JD Bedillion and John Kraeer.
In celebration of Bill and Irene Rehman's 40th anniversary, their children, grandchildren and the O-R joined them on a cruise to Bermuda in June. Front row from left, Maddy, Emily, Irene and Bill Rehman. Middle, Heather Abbey. Back row from left, Jamie, Brian, Mollie, Bella and Rob Rehman.
Ryan Bazant and Jacob Pato recently took the O-R along to Maui, Hawaii, and stopped along the Road to Hana to pose in front of a waterfall.
The O'Donnell and Hilker families took the O-R along in June to the Currituck Beach Lighthouse in Outer Banks, N.C.
Keilan O'Daniel took the O-R along on vacation to Saint Thomas, United States Virgin Islands, for his girlfriend's birthday and Christmas present.
In May, Greene County residents, from left, Steve and Toni Lemley, Sam Bowers on his Harley-Davidson Trike, Karen Patterson and Linda Messich took the O-R along on a motorcycle trip from Waynesburg to Key West, Fla. They are pictured at the Angelina Guest House.
Franny Sauer, Cyndi Wharton Wilson, Carla Mast, Sherry Leckie and Kathy Dugan took the O-R along to dinner at Luigi's Trattoria in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Brad and Wendy Engel of Canonsburg attended their daughter's wedding in Dripping Springs, Texas, in May and took the O-R along. From left, Courtney and Lyric Bristor, formerly of Washington, currently of Smyrna, Tenn., Marlene Rhoades of Washington, Wendy Engel, mother of the bride, newlyweds Jake and Tyler Baranowski of Cedar Grove, Texas, Janet Bristor, who officiated the ceremony, formerly of Washington, currently of Smyrna, and Brad Engel, father of the bride.
The bowling team from the Polish National Alliance Lodge 1870 took the O-R along to La Porte, Ind., where they won the PNA National Bowling Championship. From left, Joe Niedzialkia, Jason Snider, Jim "OD" O'Donnell, Larry Sayre, Bob Alvarez, Eric Cooke and Joe Machak.
Belinda Brova of Washington is pictured with the O-R and a "human statue" in Bath Abbey, England. She was visiting her sister.
Hunter Holmes of Canonsburg took the O-R along May 24, on the New Tygart Flier at Elkins Depot in Elkins, W.Va.
The O-R took a trip to Cancun, Mexico, from May 18 to 25, with, from left, Jim and Debbie Hewitt and Becca and Terry Lash.
Ray and Kathy Swihart and Rick and Joyce Watson, all of Washington, took the O-R aboard Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas May 20. They are pictured in Cozumel, Mexico.
Bill and Kathy Pettit celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with John and Debbie Harter in Las Vegas, Nev. They are pictured in front of Caesars Palace.
On May 8, associates from Keller Williams in McMurray and Washington and their family and friends participated in the company's annual day of service, RED. They took the O-R along to the Nativity of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Monastery in Saxonburg to help with gardening. It is the only female run monastery in the United States. First row from left, Sonia Koupiaris, Dia Pihiou, Cherryl Fitch, Krista Sipos, Diane Scabilloni and Gretchen Means. Second row from left, Erica Garrison, Lauren, Leslie and Karen D'Angelo, Chris Opfer, Shelley Hower and Irene and Fotini Richmond. Back row from left, Shirley Cassedy, Melissa and her grandfather Vince Marsico and Ray Williams. Not pictured is Renee Rose-Modrak.
Francie Marais of Canonsburg took the O-R along to Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands. The garden is 79 acres and has many different varieties of tulips and other flowers.
Judy and Bob Kuzior of Bulger and Susie and Jim Bobyak of Burgettstown vacationed together, and with the O-R, for several days in Key West, Fla. They are pictured at the southernmost point buoy of the Continental USA.
Alex and Jacob Laurick are pictured with the O-R at the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. They were there with Bill and Dana Laurick of Hickory to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
The Shetler and Jones families took the O-R along to the March 15 wedding of Matthew Shetler and Tiffany Neckerman in Key West, Fla. Kneeling is Kelley Shetler. Front row from left, Valerie Shetler, Dana and Danny Jones. Back row from left, Tom Shetler, bride and groom Matt and Tiffany Shetler and Drew Shetler.
Mary Ann Roberts, Linda Wherry, a native of the Virgin Islands and Ruthann Yago are pictured with the O-R on Saint Thomas Island.
Nina and Bernadette Cherenko took the O-R on a seven day cruise to the Bahamas.
Steve and Rhondasue Newnham and their greyhound Drake and Ray and Sally Lawton and their greyhounds Rico and Jolene attended Greyhounds in Gettysburg. They also took the O-R along to the largest gathering of retired racing greyhounds in the United States. They are all members of Hurry Home Hounds, a non-profit promoting the adoption of retired racers in Southwestern PA.
Richard and Nancy Holsen of Canonsburg took the O-R along to Chincoteague and Assateague islands in Virginia. Assateague's beach and forest have been the home to wild ponies since the 1600s.
Cousins Diane Chenney and Toni Gerolium took the O-R along to Mardi Gras World in New Orleans, La.
Tim and Travis Miller and Georgia Rippel took the O-R along on the Bentworth High School band trip to Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla.
Carmichaels Area High School softball team took the O-R to Ripken Field in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Lindsay Wigner took the O-R along on her very first plane ride to Las Vegas, Nev., over Easter break to visit family. She is pictured on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Ashley and Kaden Mitchell and Janet Williams of Houston took the O-R along April 20th on spring break to Niagara Falls.
Connie and Marge Constantine took the O-R along to the Four Corners monument, which marks the quadripoint where Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona meet.
Larry and Mary Jeanne Maggi took the O-R along to Bora Bora while on a cruise in the South Pacific. The two went snorkeling, kayaking and biking on the island.
Laura Nedley and her children, Natalie and Jeffrey, took the O-R along on a Carnival cruise to the Bahamas.
The Greene County Association of School Retirees took the O-R to dinner at Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa, Morgantown, W.Va., and to the play "Menopause" at the West Virginia University Creative Arts Center.
Sixth graders from West Greene school district and their teachers took the O-R along while visiting Gettysburg for the 150th anniversary of the battle. They are pictured on the steps of the Pennsylvania Monument.