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Today's Features

  • It was a Friday morning and a partly sunny day. It was 18 years and one day ago.

    That’s when we were married. Lisa, I couldn’t have made a better choice if I had looked the world over.

    Over the years, we have raised four children together, three from a blended family. We have had dogs running through the house and thankfully, no cats. While we may disagree at times, we are no fans of cats, unless it’s the Wildcats from the University of Kentucky.

  • It has been some time since I wrote a column on another country’s cuisine. At the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown’s April meeting, one of the members, Renu Shah, along with her husband, Dr. Navinchandra Shah, a psychiatrist, presented a program on India’s culture. She was assisted by six other women from India.

  • The following building permit information has been obtained from Hardin County Planning and Development Commission and the City of Elizabethtown Planning and Development offices. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    John and Laurel Tucker, 1 Macnamara Acres, Elizabethtown. Use: single-family dwelling.

    O’Bryan & Ager LLC, 9 Braeburt Court, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Carl T. Bunnell, 57 Craigs Lane, county. Use: double-wide foundation.

  • The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Judith Kennedy, Jeff D. Kennedy, Steve Allen Kennedy, Collie Ray Kennedy, Brian Keith Kennedy, Kathryn Kennedy, Lavonne Kennedy and Carol Kennedy to Anthony and Vivian Bishoff, property in Hardin County, $7,500.

    Arvil D. and Theresa Meyers to Thomas A. and Patricia I. Lirot, lot 65 Twin Creeks Estates, Vine Grove, no monetary consideration. FMV: $47,650.

  • The ladies of Grace Lutheran Church in Vine Grove recently assembled 43 Personal Care Kits for Lutheran World Relief.  Each kit contains a toothbrush, two bars of soap, a set of nail clippers, and a comb wrapped in a towel.  The kits are shared with people around the world who have lost everything.  In the wake of an earthquake, or having fled from violence as their homes were overtaken, the kits are given to provide initial simple comfort that comes with an opportunity to wash, be refreshed, and start anew.

     

  • The ladies of Grace Lutheran Church in Vine Grove recently assembled 43 Personal Care Kits for Lutheran World Relief.  Each kit contains a toothbrush, two bars of soap, a set of nail clippers, and a comb wrapped in a towel.  The kits are shared with people around the world who have lost everything.  In the wake of an earthquake, or having fled from violence as their homes were overtaken, the kits are given to provide initial simple comfort that comes with an opportunity to wash, be refreshed, and start anew.

     

  • Audience interaction will be part of the fun when Toy Box Theatre at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College presents “Telling Tales Again, Sam?” on April 25. The children’s play will be offered 7 p.m. in the Science Auditorium on ECTC’s campus.

    Admission to the play is $2.

    “Telling Tales Again, Sam?” is directed by Katrina Eicher, professor of communications and theater.

  • A concert this weekend will transport audiences to the sounds of the ‘60s and ‘70s.

    The show features Clarence Carter, Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes and Radcliff’s own Harmony Jonez.

    Carter, known for the song “Slip Away,” began performing in the 1960s. Blind from birth, he taught himself to play guitar and hasn’t stopped performing. Another one of his hits was “Patches.”

  • Harmony Jonez, a performer in Saturday’s concert at Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, is no stranger to Radcliff. The child of a military familiy, she is a North Hardin High School graduate who was involved in sports at the school.

    She got her first taste of performing in the seventh grade as a part of Black Ice, a Radcliff community step team, and performed at the Apollo Theater in New York.

  • At the April 15 meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, Elizabeth Parks was named artist of the month for her oil painting, “Bethlehem Academy At Dawn”. The painting will hang in the Cobbler’s Café in Elizabethtown for a month. In the professional category, Wes Kendall was selected first place for his oil painting, “Midway”. The next meeting is at 6:30 p.m. May 20at the Nolin RECC building in Elizabethtown. All guests or interested artists are invited to attend. There will be light refreshments and a program.