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Today's Features

  • Several members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club recently turned their attention to art.

    Members Sheila Enyart, Becky Brecht, Yvonne High, Pat Lewis, Moira Meyer, Vada Johnson, Patricia Crosby, Pat Nuccitelli, Mary Dea McCrory and Carlo Triplett attended the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs Fourth District conference March 1 in Elizabethtown. The event was hosted by the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown.

  • Elizabethtown Mayor Edna Berger and Alpha Salon & Spa owner Pat Hatcher attend the farewell dinner for Gen. Jeff Smith.

  • The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America held its monthly meeting Feb. 19 at the MOAA Clubhouse on Fort Knox.

    The Chapter held its annual White Elephant Auction where someone’s junk is someone else’s treasure. The auction is one of several fund raisers conducted by the chapter each year. The results of the auction add to the scholarship funds where the chapter, this spring, will award 12 scholarships, valued at nearly $10,000 dollars, to local graduating high school seniors.

  • The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars held its monthly meeting Feb. 18, at its clubhouse on Fort Knox.

  • On March 8, Cub Scout Pack No. 130, chartered by Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown, completed another service project for Saunders Springs Nature Preserve in Radcliff.

    Under the direction of Park Ranger Adrian Bambini, Pack 130 scouts, with help from siblings and adult volunteers, spread and leveled more than 3,000 pounds of gravel over trails throughout the park completing key requirements for the BSA World Conservation Award on focusing an overall appreciation for the outdoors.

  • Franko Antolovich, human behavior consultant, soldier at Fort Knox and resident of Elizabethtown received an award from the Gilded Tongues Toastmasters of Hardin County for his achievement in the field of communication on March 4, at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

  • Rineyville

    Gail Pike, 270-737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include my grandson Justin Williams, Betty Lyon, Kyra Cecil, Beverly Parrish, Gay Muse, David Nall Sr., Angie Geer, Derek Marnell, Brian Wilcox, Christina Peters, Tina Banks, Kaitlyn Clark, Kayla Cecil, Jaime Blanc, Vicky Fox, Bonnie Cowherd, Connie Drake, Tyler Hall, Joshua Ray, Cheryl Clark, Tracy Singer, Tamsen Powell, Jesse Alvey, Tucker Yates, David Pike and Kaleigh Ray.

  • Dina Hackert may only have recently stepped into a coaching role in Meade County, but she’s had a long history with the sport of basketball and a heart for ministry.

    Hackert is a Meade County High School graduate whose basketball team went to the state tournament during her career. While at Hope College, her team won a NCAA Division III national championship in 1990.

    She’s coached at a variety of levels in Michigan, from varsity girls to middle school. Hackert and her husband, Jeff, also are ordained ministers.

  • Is my present more important than my past? I saw that statement on a Facebook post and it got the wheels of my mind turning.

    When I look back at my past, I really don’t think it is that bad, but of course it is my past and I might be too soft on myself.

    Yes, my past — like most people who are honest with themselves — is filled with good and bad, highs and lows, secrets, truths, half truths and no truth, joy, pain, happy tears, sad tears and those tears that come for no reason at all.

  • Is my present more important than my past? I saw that statement on a Facebook post and it got the wheels of my mind turning.

    When I look back at my past, I really don’t think it is that bad, but of course it is my past and I might be too soft on myself.

    Yes, my past — like most people who are honest with themselves — is filled with good and bad, highs and lows, secrets, truths, half truths and no truth, joy, pain, happy tears, sad tears and those tears that come for no reason at all.