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Neighbors

  • Garden Club of Elizabethtown members visit Allegro

    Members the Garden Club of Elizabethtown visit Allegro Assisted Living. Every spring, club members and residents plant containers of colorful flowers to decorate the patio/balcony of residents. After the planting was done, residents and club members enjoyed chatting while snacking on food provided by Allegro’s cooks. For information about the club, contact Kerrie, 270-506-2685, or Deborah, 270-766-1073. Guests are welcome at the meetings at 10 a.m. the first Thursday of each month in the ballroom of the Brown-Pusey House.

  • Pond named Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland May volunteer of the month

  • Veterans participate in Memorial Day activities

    Memorial Day is a special time for members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10281 and the Ladies Auxiliary. To prepare for the day, Ladies Auxiliary members Renate Jordan, Diane Egan, Andrea Dustin and Carol Hill placed flags on graves in two cemeteries in Vine Grove, and VFW members placed them in Hardin Memorial Cemetery in Radcliff. Butch and Debbie Ferrell honored veterans in the Stovall Church Cemetery with flags.

  • Fiscal Court candidates participate in Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club forum

    Hardin County Fiscal Court Democratic candidates seated, Tom Jagger’s, Steve Brown, Roy Easter, Curtis Brunson, and Bill Wiseman and standing, Mike Blankenship, Kendrick Bryan, Francis Simpson, Gerald Lush and James Prentice participate in the Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club forum.

  • Bragg - Woosley

    Craig and Melissa Woosley of Leitchfield and Dalton and Carla Bragg of Edmonton, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Devon Craig Woosley and Dana Beth Bragg.
    The bride-to-be is a 2010 graduate of Metcalfe County High School and has obtained a medical assistant’s degree from Daymar College. She is the granddaughter of Carlon and Burlene Fields of Upton, and the late Onell and Maxine Bragg.

  • Vine Grove Homemakers gather for meeting

    Vine Grove Homemakers Club members recently met for a meal and meeting at a local restaurant. Eighteen members were present as well as a special guest, Debbie McQueary, president of the Hardin County Extension Homemakers.  
    The occasion marked the 45th anniversary of the organization of the club. Memories of years gone by and special events were presented and shared. A list of past presidents and past photos were shared.

  • Elizabethtown Lions Club members recognize students of the month

     

  • HMH Auxiliary hosts annual awards banquet

    Hardin Memorial Health’s Auxiliary club held its annual awards banquet May 26 at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown.
    From April 2013 to March 2014, the club has donated more than $54,000 to HMH. Dennis Johnson, president of Hardin Memorial Health, was the key note speaker at the event. He updated volunteers on the plans for HMH’s future.
    Awards were presented to several volunteers. Dolores Pfeiffer was recognized for volunteering more than 17,000 hours of service.

  • Pences celebrate 50th anniversary

    Kenneth “Sonny” and Lois Jean Ward Pence of Bonnieville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 2 to 5 p.m. CDT June 21, 2014, at Camp Ground United Methodist Church, 2530 Priceville Road in Bonnieville.
    They were married June 12, 1964, in Bonnieville.
    Mr. Pence is the son of the late Jim and Cynthia Pence. He is a semi-retired heavy machine operator.

  • White Mills community news

    White Mills
    Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604
    It is Wednesday night as I am writing this. The TV is on and tornado watches keep going across the screen.  We are blessed because Hardin County is not included in them. Do you ever wonder how storms can go north and south of you and never even shed a raindrop where you are? Whoops, I just heard thunder. I am not a huge fan of storms, but the mighty power that they possess make me stop and think that as powerful as they are, God is even more so. I hope everyone has come through the storms with no damage.