• Scouts help with camp cleanup

    Webelos Scouts from Pack 24 and Boy Scouts from Troop 24 recently helped do a camp cleanup at Camp Crooked Creek. Pack/Troop 24 are chartered by Longview United Methodist Church.  During “Engineer Days,” the Scouts helped remove leaves from around buildings and other wooden structures. In addition to learning the importance of service projects, they also camped out and learned some skills needed to earn rank advancement.

  • Habitat dedicates 42nd home

    Hardin County Habitat for Humanity dedicated its 42nd home Dec 3. Habitat volunteers and board of director members were joined by family and friends of Amy Zetina and her three children to celebrate their new home. Larry Mengel, speaking for the Board of Directors, said, “This house is a miracle that exists only because a lot of people, who were willing to give freely of their time and talents, made it possible. Without them this house would have never been built.” 

  • Beeler speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club members

  • Cub scouts have food drive

  • Kentucky First Lady visits HMH, packs care packages for 233rd Trans. Co. 3d Sustainment Command

    Kentucky First lady Jane Beshear joined members of the Hardin Memorial Hospital staff Dec. 6, to pack care packages for members of the 233rd Transportation Company.

    Beshear participated in the event as part of her initiative with the Military Spouse Task Force for Kentucky, which highlights issues facing military spouses.

  • Camp Knox Masonic Lodge participates in Louisville Veterans Day parade

    Participating in the Veterans Day Parade in Louisville on Nov. 11 were Donald Cobb (center left) and Radcliff City Councilman Don Shaw (carrying the colors of Camp Knox Masonic Lodge). They represented Camp Knox Masonic Lodge No. 919 and carried its American flag and lodge banner. Cobb is a World War II and Korean War veteran and Shaw is a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars.

  • Rambo speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club members

    Guest speaker at a recent Radcliff Rotary meeting was Kenny Rambo, vice president of Heartland Communications Consultants, an Elizabethtown-based marketing and communications firm. He has been working with numerous community development initiatives such as One Knox, a coordinating agency that helps the region respond to growth opportunities associated with Fort Knox.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha members help the community

    Members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Fort Knox chapter, deliver Thanksgiving baskets to families in the Hardin County School District. Members pictured are Chapter President George Hollins; Robert Barnes, principal at Brown Street Education Center; Robert King; Radcliff Councilman Stan Holmes; and Anthony McCormick.

  • Elizabethtown Rotary Club members welcome student guests

    Mandy Hart and Nolon Dant were the Central Hardin High School Students of the Month at a recent meeting of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club.

  • Knox Hills staff stocks Santa’s Workshop

    Knox Hills associates spent Nov. 29 in the aisles of the Radcliff Walmart as they shopped for toys and stocking stuffers to donate to the Fort Knox Chapter of the American Red Cross’s Santa’s Workshop. The 501c3 non-profit organization, Lend Lease (US) Community Fund (LLCF), sponsored the donation by providing $4,000 to purchase items to stock Santa’s Workshop shelves. Lend Lease (US) is the private partner of the U.S. Army for Knox Hills, the military housing community located at Fort Knox.