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  • Garden Club of Elizabethtown members gather for September meeting

    The Garden Club of Elizabethtown members recently met for the September meeting. Edie Bell gave a presentation on the life cycle of butterflies. Bell brought with her several live caterpillars, as well as an assortment of plants, for each guest to take home.

    Members were treated to refreshments, courtesy of hostesses Betty Childres and Joyce Effinger.

  • Gervais promoted to brigadier general

    Col. Maria R. Gervais, deputy commanding officer, U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox, became Brig. Gen. Maria R. Gervais on Sept. 20,  in a ceremony at Waybur Theater.

    Gervais, a 1987 graduate of Lander University, is now the deputy commanding general, U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox. She came to Fort Knox from the Pentagon, where she was the division chief for Full Dimension Protection, G8, Department of the Army.

  • Lovell speaks at AM Rotary Club meeting

    Ron Stephens, left, and AM Rotary Club President Daniel Tabb, right, welcome Donielle Lovell, professor of sociology at Western Kentucky University, as guest speaker Sept. 13. Lovell spoke about the 100 Dollar Solution program, which is taking place at WKU.

  • Brownie Girl Scouts celebrate National Peace Day

    Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558, third-graders from St. James Catholic Regional School, placed peace pinwheels at St. James Church in celebration of National Peace Day.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members distribute information at Via Colori

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members, Bobbie Dille, Tuula Poikonen and Linda Mather hand out information about recycling during Via Colori in Elizabethtown. Members gave out pencil sharpeners and cups with the educational material.

  • Sawyer speaks at The Radcliff Women’s Network meeting

    Chairperson Nancy Cox, Executive Director of Emerge Kentucky and speaker Elizabeth Sawyer, Radcliff City Councilmember Stan Holmes, Elizabethtown Democratic Women’s Club President Debbie Donnelly and Radcliff Women’s Network co-chairwoman Beverly Rickey gather during a recent meeting of The Radcliff Women’s Network.

  • Heath speaks at Ancestral Trails meeting

    Ancestral Trails Historical Society members met earlier this month at the Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown with Beverly Heath as the guest speaker. She entertained guests with the topic, “Outhouses.” Heath told stories that were told to her by clients, family and friends of outhouse experiences. The star on the door meant it was for females and a moon on the door was for males. Some outhouses were used for moonshine selling and a place to smoke for the young.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members create new brochure

    Radcliff Woman’s Club members Becky Brecht, Pat Nuccitelli, Yvonne High and Pam Ogden of Alliance Printing took the initiative to create a new club brochure. They also made sure the pamphlet meets the brochure standards of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs and the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs to which the Radcliff Woman’s Club is affiliated.

  • Potted Few member donates Beta fish planter to library

    The Potted Few Garden Club has a mission to encourage residents of Hardin County and surrounding communities to be aware of the beauty of nature and to endeavor to nurture it. Each month, a member of the club places a flower design or arrangement in a public venue. A few months ago, club president Bonnie Gunter placed a Beta fish planter in the Hardin County Public Library – North Branch in Radcliff and recently she placed one at the Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown. These planters are self-sufficient, and the Beta fish gets nourishment and oxygen from the plant.

  • Garden Club members partner with FAITH students for pond, plant life exploration

    Garden Club of Elizabethtown members recently partnered with a local FAITH Home School group biology co-op students and their teacher, Marsha Elliott, to offer a day of pond and plant life exploration.

    During the field trip, students drew site maps, made sketches of plants in the pond and took measurements and samples from the pond for further research in their classroom.