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  • Y-Club receives support from local VFW

    Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10281 members recently donated $500 to the Y-Club to help its members with financial expenses to attend the Kentucky United Nations Assembly.

  • Glendale Lions honor Jada Young

    Lion President James Jeffries presents the Glendale Lions Student of the Month Award to East Hardin Middle School seventh-grader Jada Young. Jada is the daughter of Lucas and Carla Young of Elizabethtown. The club meets on the first and third Thursdays of the month.

  • Harper speaks at Nine Patchers’ Quilt Guild meeting

    Christy Frazier, left, and Judy Bridges, right, Nine Patchers’ Quilt Guild members, welcome Lorese Harper, who created Neat Nest in 2009 to help people clear clutter and deal with disorganization. She presented a program on how to organize members sewing areas and the rest of their homes. Her suggestions for purging, sorting and organizing inspired members to go home and contain to maintain. The guild meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at Nolin RECC and has a workshop day on the second Tuesday of the month.

  • Classic Corvettes Kentucky donates to CASA

    Recently the Classic Corvettes Kentucky car club officers made a donation to CASA of the Heartland on behalf of the club membership. Pictured from left are Linda Gregory, Debbie Beyerlein, Debbie Smith and Cait Embrey, both of CASA, Bob Schramm and Ron Cousins.

  • Garden Club of Elizabethtown installs officers

    Former Garden Club State President Martha Mengel, second from left, installs new chapter officers from left, Norm Freeman, program chair, Delma Kittrell, treasurer, and Joyce Effinger, president.  Not pictured are Debbie Skaggs, second vice president, and Lee Ann Seymour, secretary. The Garden Club meets the first Thursday of the month at the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown. Fellowship is at 9:30 am, followed by a program and business meeting.

  • Woman’s Club members participate in World Day of Prayer

    The International World Day of Prayer was March 1 at College Heights Methodist Church. The theme of the meeting and luncheon was “I Was a Stranger and You Welcomed Me”.

    The Day of Prayer meeting was prepared by the World Day of Prayer Committee of France and the World Day of Prayer of the United States. France was the country of emphasis and one of the musical selections was “In Christ There is No East or West”.

  • Christian Women gather for March luncheon

    The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection’s bi-monthly luncheon was March 11. Approximately 50 members from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia and Leitchfield attended.

    The 2013 Planning Team was announced: Denise Garrett, chair; Debbie Skaggs, vice-chair; Marie Deaton, prayer coordinator; Peggy Marr, Bible study leader; Bernice Anderson, administrative assistant; Jan Demaree, financial coordinator; Jennifer Reddell, hospitality coordinator; Jeanette Wilson, reservations coordinator; and Brenda Watts, program coordinator.

  • Conder speaks at Optimist Club of Radcliff meeting

    Jackie Banks, president of the Optimist Club of Radcliff, right, welcomes Anita Conder, guest speaker from the Lincoln Trail Health Department. Conder spoke about the Health Access Nurturing Development Service program. HANDS target first-time parents, from the prenatal period to approximately two months after delivery. The program’s goal is to assist with child development, parenting skills, health services and other needed resources.

  • Rafferty gives overview of Ancestral Trails

    Ancestral Trails Historical Society recently met at the Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown with Steve Rafferty, president of ATHS, giving a PowerPoint presentation on what and who Ancestral Trails is.

  • USA Cares appreciates support for bowlathon

    The second annual USA Cares Stars and Strikes Bowlathon, presented by Furniture Liquidators, recently concluded at Dix-E-Town Lanes. Thanks to the tremendous support from the community, more than $25,000 was raised to benefit Fort Knox soldiers who are in need of assistance for basic needs and PTSD/TBI treatment.

    This year, more than 80 teams participated in the bowlathon. This was a significant increase over last year’s event. Donations from each team will provide support for two to four military families.