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  • Zonta Club holds golf scramble

  • DAR hosts flag retirement ceremony

    The Scouts led by Lt. Col. JL Sedlak, conducted a flag retirement ceremony for the Captain Jacob VanMeter Chapter of the DAR.

    The ceremony is held to honor and retire the flag which has served its useful life as a symbol of freedom and our country. The Scouts did not “burn” the flag but retired it with honor.

  • Warm Blessing shares 'Empty Bowls'

    Pictured making a ceramic bowl for an upcoming Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen fundraiser is Elizabethtown Police Chief Tracy Schiller. Chief Schiller’s bowl, along with other community leaders handmade bowls, will be auctioned at a soup dinner, titled “Empty Bowls” on Jan. 14.

  • Edmondson speaks to DAR members

    On Sept. 16 the Captain Jacob VanMeter Chapter of the DAR was honored to have as their guest speaker, Col. Mauhee Edmondson. Col. Edmondson, who is the deputy commander for Mobilization Health Services, USA MEDDAC at Fort Knox, gave a presentation entitled “911 at the Pentagon”.

  • Club members attend state convention

    The Northern Hardin County Democratic Women’s club members enjoyed three days of meetings with state Democratic candidates,  food and entertainment sponsored by the Nelson County Democratic Club and lots of great fellowship.
    Meetings were held at various locations around Bardstown, giving members an opportunity to see the best of the old town.
    The NHCDWC, for the third year in a row, won the state competition for best club scrapbook and club poster. The club also was recognized as a merit club for accomplishments throughout the year.

  • Club members attend state convention

    The Northern Hardin County Democratic Women’s club members enjoyed three days of meetings with state Democratic candidates,  food and entertainment sponsored by the Nelson County Democratic Club and lots of great fellowship.
    Meetings were held at various locations around Bardstown, giving members an opportunity to see the best of the old town.
    The NHCDWC, for the third year in a row, won the state competition for best club scrapbook and club poster. The club also was recognized as a merit club for accomplishments throughout the year.

  • Club members attend state convention

    The Northern Hardin County Democratic Women’s club members enjoyed three days of meetings with state Democratic candidates,  food and entertainment sponsored by the Nelson County Democratic Club and lots of great fellowship.
    Meetings were held at various locations around Bardstown, giving members an opportunity to see the best of the old town.
    The NHCDWC, for the third year in a row, won the state competition for best club scrapbook and club poster. The club also was recognized as a merit club for accomplishments throughout the year.

  • Cattlemen's Association members visit Canada

    Recently some members of the Kentucky Beef Cattlemen’s Association took the 2011 Facts Tour to Calgary, Canada. Several feedlots and ranches were visited. pictured from left at Banff National Park were Gary Priest, Chuck Crutcher, Tim Smallwood, Tony Taylor, Nan and Butch Filburn and Ronnie and Bea Filburn.

  • Potted Few donates flower designs monthly

    The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club was established in 1976 and has 20 active members. The members provide the surrounding communities with a monthly flower arrangement or design to enhance fondness for flowers.
    Club members celebrate National Garden Week with posters and flower designs in the Radcliff Mayor’s office, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union and the Fort Knox and Elizabethtown libraries.

  • Petershas graduates from basic training

    PETERSHAS. Army Taylor J. Petershas graduated from basic combat training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla.

    Peters is the grandson of Opal Wright of Onaway, Mich., and son of Cindy Peters of Radcliff.

    He is a 2011 graduate of Onaway High School.