The O-R took a trip to Atlanta, Ga., with, front row, Libby Insana, Mary Jane Ashmore and Mona Wilson, and, back row, Gretchen, Sophia and Dick Wilson. They were there to see their granddaughter cheer.
Jim and Tina Bartnick, Sue, Dave, Becca and A.J. Ansell took the O-R along on a cruise to Freeport Harbor, Bahamas.
Rob and Pam Natoli took the O-R along on their honeymoon in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. They are pictured at Grand Bahia Principe Resort.
Lisa and Larry Moore took the O-R along on vacation to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. They are pictured at Grand Bahia Principe Resort.
Larry and Karen Johnson of South Franklin Township took the O-R along on a cruise to Hawaii in September. They are pictured in Honolulu.
Larry and Karen Johnson of South Franklin Township took the O-R along to Machu Picchu, Peru, for a family wedding in July.
Larry and Karen Johnson of South Franklin Township took the O-R along to Paris, France, for New Years Eve. Karen is pictured in front of The Louvre.
Arleen Donaldson, Adam Donaldson and Nathan Mayfield, all of Carmichaels, took the O-R along to Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Mark and Jean Juliani of Cecil took the O-R along to Savannah, Ga. They are pictured in front of the statue of Florence Martus, also known as the waving girl. She was the unofficial greeter of ships that entered the Port of Savannah between 1887 and 1931. Other legends exist about her, such as the reason why she greeted ships was because she had fallen in love with a sailor and wanted to make sure he would find her when he returned.
Mark, Darlene and Misty Loar took the O-R along on their trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pleska of Avella celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, with their daughter Robin and granddaughter Kira. They visited Pearl Harbor and stayed at The Kahala Hotel & Resort.
Dennis and Edwina Koman took the O-R along to Old Tucson Studios in Tucson, Ariz. They also visited many other Western sites and family and friends in Phoenix, Ariz.
Jim and Brenda Moore took the O-R along to Little Rock, Ark. They hiked across the Big Dam Bridge, the longest bicycle and pedestrian bridge in North America. It is also the only bridge ever to be built into a dam.
Vegas Moore and Terri Tineri took the O-R along on vacation to Disney World.
Mike and Debbie Durila of Claysville and grandsons Caleb and Jacob Cummings took the O-R along on vacation to the Outer Banks at Cape Hatteras, N.C.
Richard and Raymond Thomalia took the O-R along on the best vacation ever to the Magic Kingdom, Lake Buena Vista, Fla., where they got to be kids again at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
The O-R took a trip to Spring Hill, Fla., with Betty Jean Holland of Fredericktown, far right, and her sister Barbara Teegarden. They were visiting Linda Agee, Ms. Holland's daughter, Jean Louise Burns of New Port Richey, Fla., her granddaughter, and Justin Seneker and Bradley Burns, her great-grandsons.
Bob and Linda Vivian and Sue and Jim Badders took the O-R along on a two week land and sea cruise with Princess Cruise Lines in June. They are pictured at the trans-Alaska oil pipeline near Fairbanks.
Nancy Casdorph, Hila Saxer, Eric Casdorph and Jennifer Newman took the O-R along while visiting downtown Indianapolis, Ind., in August to attend the Drum Corps International World Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium.