• HMH Auxiliary doles out awards

    On May 30, Hardin Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held it’s annual awards banquet at Pritchard Community Center.

    The auxiliary donated $89,040 from April 2012 through March 2013 for everything from vehicles to yarn for baby hats.

    Fifty auxiliary members received awards for their hours, which ranged from 100 hours to 16,000 hours of service. Ruby Parker received the highest award for her service.

    Vice-President Carrico installed the new officers and explained their duties.

  • Antique named Homemaker of the Year

    Through the University of Kentucky Agricultural Extension Office in Hardin County, Whitney Antique was voted by state officers as Homemaker of the Year for Hardin County. Extension director Teran Ransom presents the award at the annual homemakers meeting.

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  • FOP inducts new members

    The William R. Burns Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 39 in Radcliff recently accepted two new members, John C. Leslie and Angel T. Rivera. Pictured from left, second vice-president Howard McKenzie, new members John C. Leslie and Angel T. Rivera and vice-president Wayne Fleming. The next FOP meeting is July 11 and will include the lodge picnic for members and their families.

  • Drakes welcome Jase Wayne

    Brad and Kayleigh Drake of Radcliff announce the birth of a son, Jase Wayne Drake, on May 23, 2013, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown. He weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Charlie and Connie Drake and Jim and Becky Pitts, all of Vine Grove.

  • Zonta has baby shower for SpringHaven

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown held its May meeting at Heartland Golf Course on May 23 and new officers were installed. President Ruth Ellen Stanley; first vice-president Julia Workman, second vice-president Gail Crain, secretary Sue Story and treasurer Crystal Tilton.

    The program and service project for the month was a baby shower for new babies at SpringHaven Domestic Violence Shelter.

    For information, contact Ruth Ellen Stanley, 723-7399 or email lmpierce@windstream.net.

  • Sheriff Boys and Girls Ranch celebrates 38th summer

    The Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch summer camping program opened for the 38th year June 9. Boys in attendance the week of June 9 included Jadon McCall-Yerby, Noriean Young, Nauge Young, Logan Perry, Austin Murray, Nathaniel Maxey and Andrew Murray from Hardin County. Also pictured are Hardin County Deputy Bud Baumgardner and Will Baumgardner and ranch Head Counselor, Johnny Lewis. For information about the ranch or how to invest in a child’s life, call 362-8660.

  • Wesley Hilltop seniors gather for May potluck

    Wesley Hilltop Seniors Citizen Club members gathered for the May potluck gathering. Members played Bingo and listened to a representative from Kindred Healthcare. They also had different screening tests from Hardin Memorial Hospital nurses.

  • Col. Kallman speaks to Radcliff Rotary

    A recent Radcliff Rotary Club guest speaker was Col. Thomas Kallman, commander, Army Reserve Readiness Training Center (ARRTC) at Fort Knox.

    Kallman briefed club members on the function and mission of ARRTC, which now occupies part of the footprint vacated by the Armor School during the BRAC move. One of several training centers around the country, the Fort Knox center trains hundreds of reservists year-round, most of whom spend a week or two in a Radcliff motel adding to the local economy.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club participates in Hooray for Heroes

    Cookies might have a new definition in the computer realm, but members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club recently showered the local military community with traditional cookies during its participation in the eighth annual Hooray for Heroes event May 18 at Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff. The event is a salute to local military and emergency service personnel and their families.