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Oath Of Office – January 6, 2010


City Manager Don Hartle adminsters oath of office to new Wellsville City Mayor Thomas Bailey

Councilmember Ron Case repeats the oath of office.

Colin Harrison is sworn in as a member of the Wellsville City Council.

Retiring after a combined total of 40 years service, outgoing Councilmember Marcene Parker (14 years) and Mayor Ruth Maughan (26 years).

Mayor Thomas Bailey and former Mayor Ruth P. Maughan

Historical Galleries


Click the following link to see photos from Wellsville’s past.

The default ‘Intro’ view loops through the first 9 photos. Click on ‘Index’ to see a Thumbnail View of all photos. Click on ‘Slideshow’ to see a Slideshow of all photos.
The default ‘Intro’ view loops through the first 9 photos.
Click on ‘Index‘ to see a Thumbnail View of all photos.
Click on ‘Slideshow‘ to see a Slideshow of all photos.
You can stop, start, and control the duration of each slide by using the controls at the top of the Slideshow screen.

Gallery 1

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Memorial Day Veterans Photos
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Click on any picture to see a larger version.

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Cache County Fair Community Booth 2009
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Wellsville’s entry in the 2009 Cache County Fair Community Booth was awarded both a Second Place ribbon and the Special Recognition ribbon. The city thanks Michelle Andrews, Jeff Andrews, Hailey Andrews, Colby Andrews, Lindsay Wilhelm, Joyce Murray, Angie Murray, McKilee Murray, and Sharon Poppleton for their many hours of service in completing this project.

If you didn’t get a chance to see the ribbon winning booth in person,
here is a picture (although the booth was much more beautiful
in person).
  

 
 
 
 

Wellsville’s entry in the 2009 Cache County Fair wins both Second Place and Special Recognition ribbons.

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If you have old photographs or other items about Wellsville
from ’the olden days’ and you no longer have a use for them,
please consider donating them to the Wellsville Historical
Committee. Even if your photographs contain pictures of
unidentified people, we would still enjoy having them. They
will be preseved for future generations. If you wish to make a
donation of this type or would like more information, please
contact Wilma Hall or the City Office at 245-3686.

Credits: All photos in the Historical galleries:
©Windows of Wellsville
Wellsville Historical Committee
Wilma Hall
Used with permission.
Veterans Photos, Wellsville panorama at top of website,
and other photos
©Ron Case 2002 – 2009
Used with permission

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Newest member of the City Council is sworn in by City Manager Don Hartle.