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  • Cecilia community news

    Cecilia

    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    Merry Christmas everyone. May you enjoy the day with your families, remembering the “Reason for the Season,” the birth of our Saviour. It always is an exciting time for the children to see what Santa left under the Christmas tree. It also is the time of year when there are parties everywhere.

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  • Rineyville community news

    Rineyville

    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include: Karen Cecil, Dawn Childress, Sara Kuhn, Todd Riney and Sarah Wiseman.

  • DAV members participate in Wreaths Across America

    Members of DAV Chapter and Auxiliary 003 proudly participated in Wreaths Across America on Dec. 10 at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central. 

  • Williamses excel at North American Livestock Expo

    Orry and Briann Williams, members of the Hardin County 4-H Livestock Club and the Hardin County Cattleman’s Association, exhibited their Shorthorn heifers during the 2011 North American Livestock Expo in Louisville in November. Orry placed third in his class while Briann placed in the top 10 in her class. Orry and Briann competed among other youth livestock exhibitors from Kentucky and across the United States. 

  • Elizabethtown native named Tea Master for the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

    Bruce Richardson, one of America’s best-known experts and sommeliers, has been named the official Tea Master for the new Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. For more than 20 years, Richardson has traveled the world discovering and learning everything there is to know about tea. His travels led him to writing, photographing and sharing his experiences at tea events across the country.
    The Elizabethtown native is the owner of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas, based in Perryville.

  • Will Hart is Lions Club EHS Student of the Month

    At the Nov. 8 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, president Lion Ron White presented a plaque recogniz-ing Will Hart as the club’s Student of the Month from Elizabethtown High School. Will is a member of the Y Club, KUNA and the Art Club. He has worked as a volunteer for Warm Blessings and has helped distribute Christmas baskets for Helping Hand. He is employed at Feeders Supply. Will plans to major in biology and zoology at Western Kentucky University with the intention of becoming a veterinarian. He was accompanied by his parents, David and Kathy Hart.

  • Will Hart is Lions Club EHS Student of the Month

    At the Nov. 8 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, president Lion Ron White presented a plaque recogniz-ing Will Hart as the club’s Student of the Month from Elizabethtown High School. Will is a member of the Y Club, KUNA and the Art Club. He has worked as a volunteer for Warm Blessings and has helped distribute Christmas baskets for Helping Hand. He is employed at Feeders Supply. Will plans to major in biology and zoology at Western Kentucky University with the intention of becoming a veterinarian. He was accompanied by his parents, David and Kathy Hart.

  • Elizabethtown Lions Club members welcome Grant Edlin

    At the Nov. 29 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, Lion Jim Weise presented Grant Edlin, the club’s Central Hardin High School Student of the month. Grant is in the marching band, pep band and jazz band. He is a member of Beta Club, has attended the Governors School for the Arts and has been on the honor roll and the all-district honor band for three years. Grant hopes to attend Murray State University earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, followed by attending U of L Medical School in pursuit of a career as an anesthesiologist. He was accompanied by his mother.

  • Meyer completes basic training

    Marine Corps Pfc. Dylan W. Meyer, son of Army 1st Sgt. Harry W. and Jan Meyer of Rineyville, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C  designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. Meyer and fellow recruits ended the training phase with The Crucible, a 54-hour, team evolution culminating in an emotional ceremony in which recruits are presented the Marine Corps Emblem, and addressed as “Marines” for the first time in their careers.