• Zonta Club plans charity golf scramble

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown will sponsor a charity golf scramble Sept. 18 to raise money for SpringHaven, the local domestic violence shelter. Tee time is 2 p.m. at Pine Valley Golf Course in Elizabethtown. Check-in and registration begins at 1 p.m.

    The $60 registration fee will cover a light meal and all participants receive a gift bag. Prizes will be presented to the top teams and players. The club also is seeking hole sponsors and community donations.

  • CKAG Artists Donate To Taste Of The Heartland

  • Duvall speaks to Radcliff Woman’s Club members

  • Hardin County Fair Flower Show is a success

    The Garden Club of Elizabethtown is proud of the success of the recent Hardin County Fair Flower Show. People of all ages enjoy the flower show, and people of all ages participate by enter-ing. This is an example of the spirit of our citizens for the support of the Hardin County Fair.
    Fifty-eight categories were available and ap-proximately 150 entries were made. The largest category was the “One Stem Day Lily” with 11 entries. Ribbons and prize money made this rewarding for the participants.

  • Lupresto named 'Artist of the Month'

    At the Aug. 15  meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, Joyce Lupresto was selected by attendees as Artist of the Month. The theme for July was “Fantasy,” and her painting was entitled “New Mexico Fantasy.”  The painting is hanging at Cobbler’s Café in downtown Elizabethtown.  The next meeting of the CKAG is at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Nolin RECC building on Ring Road. Visitors are welcome. 

  • Rotaract Club supports backpack program

    The Rotaract Club of Hardin County conducted a food and donation drive for Feeding America’s Back Pack Program. Dix-E-Town Lanes designated Aug. 14 as “Back Pack Day.” For every packaged food item brought in, the customer received a free shoe rental. Monetary donations also were requested for the program. Pictured are donations that were collected, along with $185 in cash donations.

  • MOWW recognizes ROTC Fort Knox Summer Camp cadets

    The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) recognized cadet outstanding achievement by participating in the Fort Knox ROTC Leaders Training Course LTC graduation ceremonies were July 11 and 23 at Brooks Field at Fort Knox. The LTC is conducted only at Fort Knox for students who elect to enter the Senior ROTC program in their junior year. 
    The MOWW medal, ribbon and certificate is presented to one cadet in each rotation of the LTC for consistent excellence in leadership and whose achievements are in the honored tradition of the United States Army.

  • Rotary members learn history of bourbon

    Guest of Rotarian Neil Atcher at a recent Radcliff Rotary Club meeting was Eric Gregory, president of the Kentucky Distiller’s Association and his executive assistant Brittany Dowell. Gregory gave the club a presentation on the history of the Bourbon Industry in Kentucky with an overview of the current state of affairs. Burbon is “America’s Official Native Spirit,” a leading export and a growing symbol of Kentucky craftsmanship and tradition. Pictured from left, club president Mike Enlow, Eric Gregory, Brittany Dowell and Rotarian Neil Atcher.

  • Asher speaks to Elizabethtown Rotary

    John Asher of Churchill Downs was the guest speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on  Aug. 16. He gave an update on recent tornado damage at the track. Pictured from left are Rotarian Tim Asher, John Asher and Elizabethtown Rotary Club president Michael Owsley.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club collects Suitcases for Kids

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club has been conducting a “Suitcases for Kids” project since August of 2010 when Sherry Kelley informed the club that often times children involved with the Child Protective Agency have no decent container to put their belongings when they are taken from their homes and placed in a more suitable environment. As many as 200 children have been transitioned locally, Kelley told the group.

    Dozens of suitcases and travel bags were brought to the club meeting on Aug. 8 - making the total contribution count reach more than 100.