Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival Events


Photo Chamber Local historian Evelyn Richardson leads a group through downtown Russellville during the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Hometown History Day. The group toured three historic homes packed with interesting stories. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce sponsored this free event on Saturday, Oct. 3.


Photo Chamber Many gathered for the Ride of Champions Bicycle Ride Sunday, Oct. 5 starting at the Southern Heights parking lot. Riders enjoyed the gorgeous countryside of southern Logan County on a 13 or 30 mile route. The event was sponsored by Brooks & Hendricks, PLLC, the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Little Caesars and The Wrens Nest Bed & Breakfast.


Photo by Chris Cooper Reenactors of the great revival of 1800 spoke on WRUS Monday morning about the 20th Annual Primitive Camp Meeting and Rendezvous to be held Oct. 9-11 starting at 9 a.m. on Friday until 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Red River Meeting House. The reenactors also set up a booth at the Logan County Archives and visited Russellville’s downtown area. From left to right are Darlynn Moore, Carl Foster and Dreama Ruley.


Photo submitted Winners of the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Road Rally are Amber Ledbetter, Susan Bridgman Evans, Kasey Sears Reynolds and Missy Maxwell Perry. The scavenger hunt was sponsored by the Carpenter Company.


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Local historian Evelyn Richardson leads a group through downtown Russellville during the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Hometown History Day. The group toured three historic homes packed with interesting stories. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce sponsored this free event on Saturday, Oct. 3.

Photo Chamber

Many gathered for the Ride of Champions Bicycle Ride Sunday, Oct. 5 starting at the Southern Heights parking lot. Riders enjoyed the gorgeous countryside of southern Logan County on a 13 or 30 mile route. The event was sponsored by Brooks & Hendricks, PLLC, the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Little Caesars and The Wrens Nest Bed & Breakfast.

Photo by Chris Cooper

Reenactors of the great revival of 1800 spoke on WRUS Monday morning about the 20th Annual Primitive Camp Meeting and Rendezvous to be held Oct. 9-11 starting at 9 a.m. on Friday until 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Red River Meeting House. The reenactors also set up a booth at the Logan County Archives and visited Russellville’s downtown area. From left to right are Darlynn Moore, Carl Foster and Dreama Ruley.

Photo submitted

Winners of the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Road Rally are Amber Ledbetter, Susan Bridgman Evans, Kasey Sears Reynolds and Missy Maxwell Perry. The scavenger hunt was sponsored by the Carpenter Company.

Photo Chamber Local historian Evelyn Richardson leads a group through downtown Russellville during the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Hometown History Day. The group toured three historic homes packed with interesting stories. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce sponsored this free event on Saturday, Oct. 3.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10897100_896412377081220_7767466825135260177_n.jpgPhoto Chamber Local historian Evelyn Richardson leads a group through downtown Russellville during the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Hometown History Day. The group toured three historic homes packed with interesting stories. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce sponsored this free event on Saturday, Oct. 3.

Photo Chamber Many gathered for the Ride of Champions Bicycle Ride Sunday, Oct. 5 starting at the Southern Heights parking lot. Riders enjoyed the gorgeous countryside of southern Logan County on a 13 or 30 mile route. The event was sponsored by Brooks & Hendricks, PLLC, the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Little Caesars and The Wrens Nest Bed & Breakfast.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_12063708_896413797081078_6023578157726587330_n.jpgPhoto Chamber Many gathered for the Ride of Champions Bicycle Ride Sunday, Oct. 5 starting at the Southern Heights parking lot. Riders enjoyed the gorgeous countryside of southern Logan County on a 13 or 30 mile route. The event was sponsored by Brooks & Hendricks, PLLC, the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Little Caesars and The Wrens Nest Bed & Breakfast.

Photo by Chris Cooper Reenactors of the great revival of 1800 spoke on WRUS Monday morning about the 20th Annual Primitive Camp Meeting and Rendezvous to be held Oct. 9-11 starting at 9 a.m. on Friday until 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Red River Meeting House. The reenactors also set up a booth at the Logan County Archives and visited Russellville’s downtown area. From left to right are Darlynn Moore, Carl Foster and Dreama Ruley.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_12105824_10207903620808896_4975911926997104017_n.jpgPhoto by Chris Cooper Reenactors of the great revival of 1800 spoke on WRUS Monday morning about the 20th Annual Primitive Camp Meeting and Rendezvous to be held Oct. 9-11 starting at 9 a.m. on Friday until 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Red River Meeting House. The reenactors also set up a booth at the Logan County Archives and visited Russellville’s downtown area. From left to right are Darlynn Moore, Carl Foster and Dreama Ruley.

Photo submitted Winners of the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Road Rally are Amber Ledbetter, Susan Bridgman Evans, Kasey Sears Reynolds and Missy Maxwell Perry. The scavenger hunt was sponsored by the Carpenter Company.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_FB_IMG_1444077143263-1.jpgPhoto submitted Winners of the Tobacco & Heritage Festival Road Rally are Amber Ledbetter, Susan Bridgman Evans, Kasey Sears Reynolds and Missy Maxwell Perry. The scavenger hunt was sponsored by the Carpenter Company.
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