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  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown attends Hosparus Tea

    The Hosparus Tea was held March 16 in the auditorium of Severns Valley Baptist Church with an attendance of approximately 300, including members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown.

    The patrons were served tea and other items by celebrity servers, including Retired Col. Larry French and Retired Col. Larry Mengel, husbands of present and immediate past presidents, Betty Sue French and Martha Mengel.

  • Bathrick speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club

    Lt. Col. Stacy Bathrick was the latest to participate in the “Know your Rotarian” series with Radcliff Rotary Club. Bathrick, a Louisville native, wife, mother, soldier, aviator, public affairs officer for the U.S. Army Human Resources Command, distinguished Paul Harris Fellow and Radcliff Rotarian presented the story of her life in a fast-moving account. She enthralled her audience with her delivery and intriguing story.

  • Claycomb completes P.E.T.S Training

    Val Claycomb, president-elect of the Rotary Club of Elizabethtown completed the three-day rotary multi-district training session March 24 in Nashville, Tenn. Mid-South P.E.T.S. or Presidents-Elect Training Seminar is a multi-state training session of the six rotary districts in Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee.

    Consisting of well known exceptional speakers, informative roundtables, discussion groups, detailed district training sessions, fellowship and networking, the purpose of P.E.T.S. is to have the best prepared, most enthusiastic club presidents in the rotary world.

  • Democratic Woman’s Club attends Hosparus Tea
  • Garden Club of Elizabethtown attends convention

    The 82nd annual meeting of the Garden Club of Kentucky was held March 27-29 at the Crowne Plaza/Campbell House in Lexington. Members from the Garden Club of Elizabethtown in attendance were Joyce Effinger, Andrea McWright, Martha Mengel and Ron and Ann Kowalkoski.

    Dianne Caines, out-going president of the Garden Club of Kentucky, presided. Approximately 150 gardeners across the state were in attendance.

  • Glendale Lions name Kerr student of the month
  • Tiotuico receives superior rating at hymn festival

    JB Tiotuico, 11, got a superior rating for the first time playing the pipe organ in the Kentucky Keyboard Hymn Festival on March 23. He played “In Dir Ist Freude” (In Thy is Joy).

    JB will attend, for the third time, the Piano Monster Concert where he will play “The Invention Number 8” by Bach and “I Feel Within the Rain of Tears” by Antonio Vivaldi, on piano.

  • Lone shows St. Baldricks support
  • Hardesty—Claggett

    Joseph and Barbara Hardesty of Bardstown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Hardesty of Elizabethtown, to Robbie Claggett II of Elizabethtown, son of Karen Claggett of Elizabethtown and Robbie Claggett of Eastview.

    The bride-to-be is a 2010 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is employed at Kentucky Neighborhood Bank.

    The prospective groom is a 2007 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is a manager at GNC in St. Matthews.

  • Potted Few Garden Club members gather for meeting

    The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club recently met at the Elizabethtown home of Bonnie Gunter with cohost Bonnie Lush.

    The program was “Gardening with Youth,” given by Hardin County Extension Agent Amy Aldenderfer. She demonstrated how to teach children to create seed bombs for planting in bare areas. She suggested ways to encourage children to become involved in planting vegetables as well as flowers. She also gave instructions on preparing seedlings for spring planting and how to be successful with raised gardens.