• South Hardin community news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    Summer is here. The children are out of school and it is time for the fun to begin. Enjoy your summer everyone.

  • Rineyville community news


    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include Melissa Troutt, Johnny Taylor, Kristen Parrett, Tina Nall, Justin Yates, Christopher Riney, Steve Purdom, Isaiah Geer, Angela Langley, Lydia Wiseman, Daniel Perry, David Nall, Garrett Greenwell, Kathy Dowdell, Arlie Banks, Ethan Gibson, Jason Crutcher, Brittany Deaton, Stephanie Hall, Jane Lucas, Jason Pike, Mike Gunning, Lydia Miller, Randy Grezsik, Earl Crews, Michael Miller, Ruth Froedge and Luke Shively.

  • Garden Club of Elizabethtown members visit Whitehall house and gardens


    On a recent field trip to historic Whitehall house and gardens in Louisville, several members of the Garden Club of Elizabethtown enjoyed a beautiful spring day while exploring the gardens as well as taking a tour of the house. The gardens are noted for their large collection of peonies in the spring and hydrangea in the summertime in addition to the Ralph Archer Woodland Fern Garden, featuring a Victorian stumpery and is home to an unprecedented regional collection of woodland plants.

  • Elizabethtown Lion’s Club honors Norman Jones’ 85th birthday

    Elizabethtown Lions Club secretary Karen Jacob White and Lion Jason Aaron insured that Lion Norman Jones and his family would be present for a surprise 85th birthday celebration April 24. Lion Charlie Lanz did the honors of recounting some of Jones’ career and personal highlights as well as recognizing PDG Lion Jones’ 55 years of service as a Lion. Jones thanked the club and expressed how much it meant to him to be a member of the Lion’s family and a resident of Elizabethtown, saying he wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.

  • Woman’s club members honor state winners

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown presented certificates to two young students for being state winners in cultural arts events.

  • Church Women donate to Catholic Charities

  • Ancestral Trails members get lesson on Native American History

    Shelia Holsclaw recently presented a program on Native American History to Ancestral Trails Historical Society members. She stated much of our language is derived from Native American words. She had many native American items with her such as necklaces and musical instruments. She demonstrated how to play the Native American flute. The next meeting of Ancestral Trails is June 1 when Montie Matthews will present a program “Mark Twain and the Civil War.”

  • Troop 221 Boy Scouts visit Mammoth Cave National Forrest

  • Elizabethtown Lions Club members support SpringHaven

    On May 14, Elizabethtown lions Club past president Lion Bill Shinkle presented Tanya Thomas, assistant director of SpringHaven, a donation from the club, supporting its efforts to provide safe haven for those experiencing spouse abuse.

  • Warm Blessings benefits from post office food drive

    Warm Blessings was the recipient of two truck loads of food made possible from the Elizabethtown Post Office food drive May 12. According to Linda Funk, volunteer and board chairperson for Warm Blessings, “This donation comes at a good time for our program because after the holidays, donation are less frequent.” Pictured loading items are post office employee Gary Harbaugh, left, also a volunteer for Warm Blessings, event organizer Pete Countryman and Teresa Elmore, bottom.