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Today's Features

  • The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members held their annual games day April 19, at the Brown-Pusey House. Approximately 45 members and guests participated.

    Members were treated to a soup and salad lunch compliments of Atria. Club members provided dessert. Following lunch, those attending chose the game of their choice. There were tables of bridge, Rook, Scrabble and other games. After the activities, each member went home with a door prize. The event was planned by Melanie Parker Hibbard, first vice-president.

  • Greek culture was celebrated at the April 9 meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club. Refreshments consisted of the Mediterranean diet, fruit, vegetables and heart-healthy sandwiches.

    The program was how to prepare baklava, Greece’s most famous dessert. International chairman Anne Aubrey, Chef Maria Bell, who with the assistance of exchange student, Yucheng Zhan, and occasionally club members pitching in demonstrated the steps in making baklava.

  • The Stitchers Quilt Guild had Bonita Hayes Miller, an agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, as guest speaker at the March meeting. Members learned everything they needed to know about insuring their quilts. Many quilt were shown during show and tell.

    Stitchers meetings are from 6:30 to 9 p.m. the last Wednesday of the month at the Hardin County Extension Office.

  • Rineyville Pack 600 held it’s annual Raingutter Regatta. Pictured with Cubmaster Shawn Saltmarsh are, front row, Steven Barnes, Kase VanBlijenburgh, Tyler Meyer; seated, Will Walters, Noah Thomas, Seth Saltmarsh and Ethan Jones.

  • Bruschetta. Thick slices of grilled bread, rubbed with garlic, drizzled with olive oil, topped with tomatoes and herbs.

    Bruschetta. Yum.

    While it’s mostly used as an appetizer or antipasto, it can be turned into a meal if you use larger portions of bread, kind of like an open faced sandwich. 

    This Italian dish is always best when fresh tomatoes are in season.

  • Today’s column features a Squash Casserole recipe given to me by a fellow Cecilia Homemaker, Shepherd’s Pie that was prepared for lunch at the March Cecilia Homemaker meeting and a recipe I found for Sweet Potato wedges.

  • When people need information about the history of White Mills, they usually go to one source, Henry Morrison.

    Morrison has lived in White Mills most of his life. He spends his post-retirement days delving in court house records and pouring over old newspaper articles in the library at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

    Documenting the small, storied town almost is a full-time hobby.

  • The myth of Mac computers’ invulnerability against viruses was crushed this month with the report by the computer security firm Kapersky Labs that 600,000 Macs were infected by a nasty piece of malware going by the name Flashback/Flashfake.

    That announcement was followed quickly by another revealing an exploit of Microsoft Word on Macs.

  • Andrew and Anna Sullinger of Georgetown announce the birth of a son, Austin Ryan, on Jan. 23, 2012. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19 inches long.

    Maternal grandparents are George and Debby Clifford Day of Maysville; paternal grandparents are Dennis and Peggy Sullinger of Lexington.

    Great-grandparents are Frances Clifford of Elizabethtown and the late Paul Clifford.