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  • Caleb Vaughn participates in Eagle Scout project

    Eagle Scout Caleb Vaughn of Troop 221 participated in his Eagle Scout badge project with his dad, Mike, and fellow Eagle Scouts Matthew Willis and Austin Mason when they painted the front rooms, Narthex and stairwell of Gloria Dei. Other Eagle Scouts of Troop 221 who were involved but not pictured were Phillip Gleitz, Braxton and Mitchell Kirkman. Scout Master of Troop 221 is Monte Gleitz. Friends of Eagle Scout Troop 221 who also helped were Jonathan Berry and Cody Thomas.

  • Habitat dedicates home to the Gray family

    Hardin County Habitat for Humanity recently completed a home for Jamie Gray and his daughter, Ashley, at 91 Valley Creek Spur in Elizabethtown. 
    On April 3, the home was dedicated by members of the HCHFH Board of Directors, staff, volunteers and family and friends of the Grays. Glen MacPherson, board president, opened the ceremony with a reading from Genesis, noting that this is a new beginning for the Gray family. This house was sponsored by an anonymous donor who gave $31,000 toward its construction.

  • Hypes speaks to Radcliff Womans Club members

    Vickey Hypes, horticulturist at the Kentucky Fairgrounds, was the guest speaker at the March 14 meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club. Hypes spoke about container gardening, saying that when selecting a container, she goes by the rule “the bigger, the better.” She emphasized the importance of proper drainage holes, suggested adding mulch to the top of the soil to maintain moisture and advised to keep the tray in which the container is in very clean.

  • NARFE members welcome Ron Lewis

     

  • Langleys win money for FFA

    Charlie and Sue Ellen Langley of Glendale have been selected as a winner in the America’s Farmers Grow CommunitiesSM program, which gave farmers the opportunity to win $2,500 for their favorite local nonprofit organizations. The Monsanto Fund sponsors the program, and winning farmers designate a local nonprofit organization to benefit from the donations. The Langleys designated the Central Hardin FFA, located in Cecilia to receive the donation. 

    The $2,500 donation was awarded at a ceremony held March 12 during the FFA’s Alumni Chili Super.

  • White Mills community news

    White Mills

    Kathleen Booker, 369-7101

    CHURCH NEWS. The revival at Unity Baptist Church begins today and will go through April 13. The nightly services will begin at 7 p.m. Brother Arnold Moon is the evangelist. Everyone is welcome.

    On April 17, there will be an evening community service at Unity Baptist Church. Brother Doug Peters will bring the message.

    At 7 a.m. Easter Sunday, April 24, there will be a sunrise service at Stephensburg Baptist Church. A fellowship breakfast will follow the service. Everyone is welcome.

  • White Mills community news

    White Mills

    Kathleen Booker, 369-7101

    CHURCH NEWS. The revival at Unity Baptist Church begins today and will go through April 13. The nightly services will begin at 7 p.m. Brother Arnold Moon is the evangelist. Everyone is welcome.

    On April 17, there will be an evening community service at Unity Baptist Church. Brother Doug Peters will bring the message.

    At 7 a.m. Easter Sunday, April 24, there will be a sunrise service at Stephensburg Baptist Church. A fellowship breakfast will follow the service. Everyone is welcome.

  • Howevalley community news

    Howevalley

    Andrea Sherrard,735-7544

    NEW YORK. Welcome Home Central Hardin High School Marching Band. They left for New York on April 3 and returned April 8.

    SCHOOL. Hardin County Schools are back in session Monday. Hope everyone had a great spring break.

    APRIL. The new month began with warmer temperatures and of course as the old saying “April Showers” is bringing along some rain and even some thunderstorms. Beautiful spring flowers are blooming everywhere.

  • South Hardin community news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    The storms are beginning. I enjoy a nice thunderstorm as long as it isn’t destructive. The gardens will need the rain soon.

  • Cecilia community news

     

    Cecilia

    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    Monday was an anxious day with the weather radio going off every few minutes warning of oncoming storms. Thank God, we were spared any damage, but not so in many other places. One time they gave a warning including Franklin Crossroads and Addington Field, to which I remarked to Floyd “That’s us,” as we are located about halfway between those two places. It soon started raining very hard, which was about all.