• Brashear installed in Zonta Club of Elizabethtown

    Members of the Zonta Club of Elizabethtown welcomed new member Phyllis Brashear to the club. Lois Pierce, secretary of the club and District 5 Area 2 director, officially installed Brashear.

    The club will present a $500 scholarship to a nontraditional student in the near future and also has delivered Amelia Earhart scholarship information to local high schools for high school senior girls.

    Plans are being made for the Second Annual Christmas Tea from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 2 at the Brown-Pusey House. Tickets are $18 and will be limited to 100.

  • Woman’s clubs donate bears to Advocacy and Support Center

    Fourth District Governor Diane Willis took a collection of bears to the Advocacy and Support Center, which were received by Nikki Ellis, director of the center. Six clubs in the Fourth District Woman’s Clubs participated in the project and took their bears to the GFWC KY Fall Conference in Columbia.

  • Wesley Hilltop Seniors go on an adventure

    On Sept. 20, 34 Wesley Hilltop seniors visited Derby Dinner Playhouse. Their next planned trip is to Lindsey Wilson College.

  • VFW Ladies Auxiliary members participate in Adopt-a-Highway

    Ladies Auxiliary members from VFW Post 10281 recently participated in the Adopt-a-Highway “Fall Sweep.” Members are part of volunteers from across the state who performed the highway clean-up project to help show support for a cleaner environment. Auxiliary members who helped were from left, Inge Pope, Trudy Elliott, Carol Hill and Renate Jordan. Not pictured is Debbie Ferrell.

  • Stith enlists in Navy

    STITH. Civilian Jacob D. Stith, son of Dawn O. and Jerry G. Stith of Rineyville, recently enlisted in the United States Navy under the Delayed Entry Program at Navy Recruiting District in Raleigh, N. C. Stith will report for active duty to undergo basic training at the Navy’s Recruit Training Center in Great Lakes, Ill. He is a 2005 graduate of John Hardin High School and a 2009 graduate of University of Louisville with a Bachelor of Music, jazz performance guitar.

  • Fort Knox MOWW receives awards

    The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars annually competes for several awards and recognitions at the national level. The winners are recognized at the MOWW National Convention with the Fort Knox Chapter receiving high praise for all of the patriotic and veteran oriented events and youth education programs conducted over the previous chapter year.

    As a result, Fort Knox was named the best chapter in the small class category for the seventh consecutive year. The chapter also was named best in the Information, Publicity and Public Relations Award.

  • Blake Wheeler completes Eagle Scout service project

    Blake Wheeler completed his Eagle Scout Service Project at South Hardin Sports in Cecilia. His project was to build a press box on Field 1 at the ballpark. He used skills learned through BSA to manage his project through organizing, fundraising, coordinating help and following through to complete the project.

  • Rolling Thunder members gather for October meeting

    Rolling Thunder Inc. Chapter Four Kentucky’s monthly meeting was Oct. 7.

    The chapter paid tribute and honored members for service in the Republic of Vietnam. Certificates were presented by Board Member Mike Hill to Paul Benkert, U.S. Navy, 1968-69; Larry Hill, U.S. Air Force, 1968; James Justice, U.S. Army, 1967-68; Jack Killion, U.S. Army, 1971; Ron Mudd, U.S. Marine Corps, 1967-68; Joe Newton Sr., U.S. Army, 1967-68 and also a Korean War veteran; Mike Temple, U.S. Army, 1968-69; the late Ron White USAF 1967-68, his wife, Sandy, received the certificate.

  • UK Alumni members assist backpack program

    For information about the UK Alumni Association, visit www.ukalumni.net/s/1052/start.aspxor www.facebook.com/ukalumni.

  • Dyer speaks at Radcliff Rotary Club meeting

    A recent guest speaker at the Radcliff Rotary Club meeting was Susan Dyer. Breckinridge County currently is under restoration.