• Turtle Talk-Walk Hike a Success

    Greenspace President, Aaron Rucker, left, and fascinated children enjoy various turtle species provided by Dr. Paul Gerard, right, on the ever-popular “Turtle Talk-Walk.” Dr. Gerard has led this hike along Greenspace Buffalo Lake Trail for the past several years for the Greenspace organization. On the June 12 hike, which was attended by about 100 people, children were able to touch turtles, snakes and walk in the stream as Dr. Gerard described traits of the herpetology specimens.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club participates in Relay for Life

    Becky Brecht, Emma Rosenkrantz, Barbara Proffitt and Patricia Crosby represented the Radcliff Woman’s Club in the team walk at the Radcliff Relay for Life on June 10 at the North Hardin High School football field. Rosenkrantz and Proffitt, who have battled cancer, took part in the survivors walk.

    Although many members could not be there, they gave generously to the cause. As of June 13, $1,250 was raised with the final total to be announced on Aug. 31.

  • AUSA presents awards
  • Radcliff Rotary has very special guest

  • Democratic Woman’s Club meets

    The Barren County Democratic Woman’s Club held a picnic recently at Glasgow’s Weldon Recreational Park. More than 50 members and guests attended the event including the county sheriff, PVA, county coroner and other dignitaries. JoAnn Winkenhofer of Elizabethtown, currently serving as the 2nd Congressional Director of the Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky, attended the annual picnic. 

     Anyone interested in joining the Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky or wanting information on their activities may contact JoAnn Winkenhofer at 737-6295.

  • Zonta celebrates 25th anniversary

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown met May 26 at Tony York’s on Main in Glendale to celebrate 25 years of service to the community and the world. The club also honored Ruth Ellen Stanley, the only founding member still an active member of the club. Zonta members from the Elizabethtown club present were Ruth Ellen Stanley, Loretta Cardin, Ramona Jeffries, Julia Workman, Lyn Taylor Long, Mehrmon Tabibzahed, Pam Kelley, Linda Denham, Barb Jones and Lois Pierce.

  • Club has program on The Brandenburg Stone

    At the June meeting of Ancestral Trails Historical Society at the Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown, Jon Whitfield presented a program on “The Brandenburg Stone,” which was found many years ago by Craig Crecelius on his farm in Meade County. Many believe that the markings on the stone are those of an ancient language. The stone is now being held by the library in Charleston, Ind.
    ATHS President Steve Rafferty presented Gary Kempf with a plaque and gift card for his years of service to Ancestral Trails.

  • Lynnvale High Class of ’61 celebrates 50th anniversary reunion

    Lynnvale High School Class of 1961 celebrated its 50th anniversary reunion with a reception and then joined other Lynnvale graduates for dinner on May 21 at the Christian Life Center of White Mills Christian Church.
    Twenty-one of the 46 graduates reminisced with each other and faculty members David Miller, Karolyn Sisk Hayden and Brad Mertens. Nine of the graduates are deceased. A special time of remembrance was observed in their honor.

  • 4-H Livestock members have grooming clinic

    Hardin County 4-H Livestock Club members recently held their annual grooming clinic at Elmore Dairy Farm on Springfield Road in Elizabethtown.

  • State Farm having free movie release party for community

    State Farm is supporting the release of Disney•Pixar’s CARS 2 with a premiere party from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 24, at 417 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown, at the offices of agent Kelley Miller. They will be giving away prizes including two tickets to see Cars 2.