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  • EHS Class of 1960 has annual get-together

  • Radcliff Woman's Club members attend district Fall Conference

    Twelve members of the Radcliff Woman's Club attended the 4th District Fall Conference of the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs on Sept. 10 in Elizabethtown.

     Pat Nuccitelli, president of the Radcliff Woman’s Club, gave the report of the club’s achievements for the current year. She spoke of the club’s involvement in various military activities, the library project, the showers for SpringHaven and the suitcases for children drive.

  • Club Members Enjoy Tea And Conversation

    The hospitality coordinator of The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown, Betty McQuown, held a tea with monthly hostesses to go over responsibilities. After the tea, members were divided in their respective months to discuss possible plans. Those attending were Marie Deaton, Jo Griffith, Phyllis Shumate, Betty Sue French, Jo Ann Winkenhofer, and Jane Curneal. Standing from left, Betty McQuown, Jo Ann Winkenhofer, Marie Deaton, Jane Curneal, Betty Sue French and Phyllis Shumate.

  • Rotary Club members welcome student guests

    Central Hardin High School students Kaity Pashetto and Jakob Burnham were guests at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Sept. 6. Pictured from the left are Jakob Burnham, Central Hardin High School counselor Kim Kardin and Kaity Pashetto.

  • Seymour speaks to Rotary Club members

    Heath Seymour of the Elizabethtown Heritage Council was the guest speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Sept. 6. He discussed the mission of the Heritage Council, improving the downtown area of Elizabethtown and some of the upcoming activities. Pictured from the left, Elizabethtown Rotary Club president Michael Owsley, Heath Seymour and Rotarian D. Dee Shaw.

  • Woman’s Club has September meeting

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown held its monthly meeting Sept. 2 at the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown.
    Martha Mengel, president, called the meeting to order and Gloria Whitford presented the devotional. Hostesses for the meeting were Jo Griffith, Debbie Jones and Becky Bishop. Fall refreshments were served prior to the meeting.
    Nina Atcher introduced the program and speaker, Steve Wright of The Wright Legacy Group, who spoke on retirement.

  • Habitat for Humanity partners with city of Elizabethtown to build pavilion

    Hardin County Habitat for Humanity is partnering with the city of Elizabethtown to build a pavilion for the community in the Haycraft area.  This is a part of an effort to revitalize the neighborhood. 
    Recently, volunteers came to prepare the ground, set poles and install joists that will hold the roof of the 24” x 30” structure.  It will give the community a place to hold picnics and children a place to play out of the rain and the heat of the sun. 

  • Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive is Sept. 24

    The 34th annual Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive is Sept. 24 in Elizabethtown.
    Knights will hand out Tootsie Roll candy in shopping centers and retail areas accepting contributions that will benefit mentally handicapped  residents in Hardin County.
    Tootsie Roll funds, with state and federal matching grants, are distributed through the Knights of Columbus State Association for Mentally Disabled Inc. In 2010 the Knights collected contributions totaling $6,500 in Elizabethtown. The statewide collection totaled $130,000.

  • Lynch donates time, aircraft to Young Eagles Program

    Robert Lynch of Vine Grove, an area pilot, now has given more than 200 young people a free demonstration airplane ride as part of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program, which is introducing a new generation to the world of flight.

  • Radcliff/Fort Knox Tourism supports 9/11 memorial

    On Sept. 6, the Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention and Tourism Commission donated $1,000 to the 9/11 memorial at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff.  Pictured are Margo Kampe, president of Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention and Tourism Commission, and Charles Heater, director of Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central.