• Lincoln Trail Amateur Radio Club members present donation to Crossway Pregnancy Resource Center

    Archie Mack, president of the Lincoln Trail Amateur Radio Club, presents a check to Shannan Goodrich, director of the Crossway Pregnancy Resource Center in Radcliff. The funds were donated by club members as part of the club’s annual Christmas community outreach.

  • Miller speaks at Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting

    Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Val Claycomb, left, and Rotarian Lisa Williams, right, welcome Morris Miller, chairman of the Lincoln Trail Venture Group. Miller informed club members about how the Venture Group identifies local business startup opportunities that, when successful, enhance the overall economic position of the entire community. The process is known as ‘Angel Investing’.

  • Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland distributes food in Clinton County

    On Nov. 5, Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland made another Mobile Food Pantry delivery to those in need in Clinton County. They were able to distribute close to 6,000 pounds of food. Items included in the distribution were fruits, vegetables, drinks and baked goods. The organization has made it a priority to give those in need access to items that might not always be available through their local food pantries. 

  • Radcliff Rotary Club welcomes District Governor Ed Kalmey
  • NARFE members gather for potluck

    Chapter 1050 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees recently met in Elizabethtown for its quarterly potluck and member update.

    The chapter welcomed Blue Cross Blue Shield representative Sun Horn, who brought the annual insurance update to members. Along with the information, she provided handouts with critical information for each member. For those not able to attend, Horn advises that a call to BCBS customer service, 800-456-3967, will provide any information needed. She also will receive email inquiries at susan.horn@anthem.com.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members prepare for Taste of Radcliff

    Radcliff Woman’s Club biggest fundraising event is the Taste of Radcliff, which is Dec. 9.  In preparation for the Christmas festivity, which attracts more than 250 citizens to Colvin Community Center, Maria Batistoni asked volunteers to gather at the Lions Club building Oct. 29 to assemble goody bags. Packers included Radcliff Woman’s Club members Anne Flanagan, Vada Johnson, Sheila Enyart, Janice Demaree, Becky Brecht, Moira Meyer, and friends of the community, Andrei Tunsil, John Flanagan, Archie Mack, Vickie Grimes, Carol Dymowski and Gisella Paul.

  • Cub Scout pack awards Bobcat Badges

    On Oct. 24, Cub Scout Pack No. 600 awarded 12 new scouts their first rank, the Bobcat Badge, in their voyage to become an Eagle Scout. Pictured, from left, are the scouts and their parents, Rebecca and Ashton Coppersmith, Terry and Aiden Phillips, Charles and Ramyles Crittenden, David and T.J. Walters, Bryan and Jesse Livasy, Tom Stephens and William Hart, Norm and Nolan Ayotte, Brian and Andrew Cerniglia, Jason Scott Sr. and Jason Scott Jr., Mark Humphrey and Ethan Jones, Sophia, Ryan and Michel Sweeney and Shawn Saltmarsh, cubmaster.

  • EPD, Brenco fundraiser benefits SpringHaven

    Elizabethtown Police Department Officer Troy Dye and Brenco Owner Eddie McDonald present a donation to SpringHaven Executive Director Tanya Thomas. EPDcollaborated with Brenco Document Shredding in its annual fundraiser, where everyone is encouraged to donate to a charity in exchange for having documents shredded by Brenco. This year, EPD chose SpringHaven to be the recipient of this donation.

  • Central Kentucky Art Guild names October Artists of the Month
  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members gather for November meeting

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown held its monthly meeting Nov. 1 at The Brown-Pusey House. The pledge to the American flag was led by Andrea McWright. President Betty Sue French called the meeting to order and presented the program, musical selections by The Heartland Barbershop Singers.