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  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members cater luncheon

     

    Radcliff Woman’s Club members catered the Heart of Kentucky Realtors luncheon June 4 at Colvin Community Center.  It was a salad luncheon with 15 different salads. The dessert was Barbara Proffitt’s famous pecan pie and Linda Novak’s sugar-free strawberry torte.

    Catering the meal is one of the many ways the club raises funds for its many community projects.

  • Radcliff Democratic Headquarters is closed in July

    Radcliff Democratic Headquarters’ is closed for the month of July and will re-open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 1. For information, call Jeanette Stephens, 351-8600

  • Rineyville Homemakers members attend annual meeting

    Seven members of the Rineyville Homemakers Club attended the Kentucky Extension Homemakers Annual Meeting in May at the Hyatt Hotel in Lexington. They participated in meetings, educational workshops and tours. Attending from left, Martha Thomas, Rose Marie Yates, Mary Ellen Williams, Winona Skees, Carol Parrett, Martha Wiseman and Barbara Taylor.

  • Elizabethtown Police Department appreciates support

    Members of the Elizabethtown Police Department, family members, Hardin County Ambulance Personnel, guest Greg Milby from WQXE and Linda Fox and Denise Brown from E’town Swim and Fitness Center recently participated in the annual Torch Run for Special Olympics.

  • DAR inducts junior members

    Membership in the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is an opportunity to honor and preserve the legacy of these patriots. The Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter of the DAR recently initiated three junior members – Amanda Miller Prestia, Tiffany Lynne Evans and Melody Natasshia Evans. Velma Sarver, chapter chaplain, administered the oath of membership. Margaret Martin, chapter regent, welcomed them into the chapter. A fourth junior member, Marni Rock Gibson, will be initiated at a later date.

  • DAR inducts Junior Members

    Membership in the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is an opportunity to honor and preserve the legacy of these patriots. The Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter of the DAR recently initiated three junior members – Amanda Miller Prestia, Tiffany Lynne Evans and Melody Natasshia Evans. Velma Sarver, chapter chaplain, administered the oath of membership. MargaretMartin, chapter regent, welcomed the young women into the chapter. A fourth junior member, Marni Rock Gibson, will be initiated at a later date.

  • Hardin County Homemakers members attend annual meeting

  • Rineyville Homemakers elect new officers

    New officers were elected in the Rineyville Homemakers Club at its May meeting. Brenda Coyne is the new vice-president and Paula Greenwell was elected president. They will serve the club in a two-year term.

  • AM Rotary Club members welcome Gonzalez-Perez

    Margaret Gonzalez-Perez was the guest speaker at the Hardin County AM Rotary club meeting June 22, where she discussed religion and terrorism. From left, Cindy Gipson, president, Alice Zoeller, Gonzales-Perez and David Zoeller.

  • Allegro Dance Theatre hosts camp

    Recently, Allegro Dance Theatre hosted a four-day beginning musical theatre camp at the studios in Radcliff.

    The camp culminated with a performance at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center of “The Best Little Theatre in Town.” Students also were some of the featured entertainment for the Cooking For Life Red Cross Blood Drive at Pritchard Community Center. The camp was under the direction of Carol E. Zagar with musical direction by Kelsey Paschetto.