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    Stephensburg

    Betty Pullen, 862-4844

    Hello friends, I would like to take the time to thank my readers for taking the time to share with me you all enjoy reading my column. I am thankful for all the kind words you say. Even strangers have now become friends through reading the news.

    BIRTHDAY WISH. I would like to wish Max Mendez a happy birthday. He turned the big 7 last week. I heard his cake was Sponge Bob, made by Mama Rita, and it was good.

  • Rineyville Baby Contest and Beauty Pageant winners
  • Republican Party of Hardin County hosts Jantzen

    The Republican Party of Hardin County recently hosted Dalton Jantzen, candidate for state preresentative in Meade County’s 27th District, which also has precincts in Hardin County’s West Point and Fort Knox. The Republican Party of Hardin County presented Jantzen with a campaign contribution.

  • Glendale Crossing Festival set for Oct. 20

    The 33rd annual Glendale Crossing Festival will kick off with a parade at 10: a.m. Oct. 20. The parade will remember the town roots in the coming of the L & N railroad in 1859. An engineer with the L & N said it was like his home town of Glendale, Ohio, prompting the name change from Walker’s Station. Retired Railroad men, Bill Poteet and Harry Denser, will serve as grand marshals. These gentlemen from New Albany and Mount Washington have monitored the crossing for more than 30 years of the Crossing Festival.

  • Gospel concert helps Jim Cottrell

  • Woman’s Club members participate in Walk MS

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members from left, Betty Sue French, Lara French Welp, Diane Willis and Regina Lancaster wear their club T-shirts to gather and participate in Walk MS on Sept. 8 at Freeman Lake Park. Not pictured is Peggy Jo Hartley.

  • Allegro appreciates support at sixth annual fall festival

    Allegro held its sixth annual fall festival Sept. 28. Despite the weather, we had a great turn out and great fun.

    Residents of Allegro and their families, along with residents of the Elizabethtown area, joined us as we celebrated six years of being a part of the senior living community. Everyone enjoyed the food and entertainment, which included live music, magic tricks and a cake walk.

  • Hay graduates from basic training

     HAY. Air Force Airman Patrick O. Hay graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. A 2010 graduate of John Hardin High School, he is the son of Sylvia and Robert Hay of Rineyville.

  • Martin graduates from basic training

    MARTIN. Army Reserve Pvt. Arthur E. Martin has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. A 2010 graduate of Central Hardin High School, he is the son of Amy Martin of Eastview.

  • Wade speaks at Garden Club meeting

    Dot Wade, right, internationally-trained floral arranger, spoke at the Oct. 4 meeting of The Garden Club of Elizabethtown. Also pictured is one of the several designs she created for members and guests and Andrea McWright, program chair for The Garden Club of Elizabethtown. The Garden Club’s Annual Plant and Yard Sale is Oct. 18 and 19 at the Brown-Pusey House, on the corner of Poplar and Main Streets. For information, call Jackie, 769-3925.