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Today's Features

  • Allegro Dance Theatre in Radcliff recently held a series of weeks for its ballet intensive studies. The upper level ballet students participated in two weeks of study. The first week was taught by Fabiana Pollis. Pollis danced professionally in South America and is a graduate of Ballet Pedagogy from Cuba. She and her husband, Ian, also a professional ballet dancer, have lived in Louisville for the past few years and are now moving to Kansas City.

  • The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection’s bi-monthly luncheon was held at Stone Hearth Restaurant on July 9.

    Approximately 50 ladies from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia and Leitchfield attended. The guest speaker was Janis Price, a national Stonecroft Ministries speaker.  She spoke on the “ABC’s of Successful Living.”  In addition, Nora Sweat, a local author, spoke about herrecently published book.

  • Sheree Vance was honored on July 5th for 20 years of dedicated service to the Glendale Lions Club. She has demonstrated a commitment to being of service to others and the community consistent with the Lions motto, “We Serve.” Presenting the 20 year recognition to Sheree Vance is club President James Jeffries.

  • The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection’s bi-monthly luncheon was held at Stone Hearth Restaurant on July 9.

    Approximately 50 ladies from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia and Leitchfield attended. The guest speaker was Janis Price, a national Stonecroft Ministries speaker.  She spoke on the “ABC’s of Successful Living.”  In addition, Nora Sweat, a local author, spoke about herrecently published book.

  • Members of the Central Hardin FFA hosted a luncheon to recognize the benefits of grants provided to FFA groups involved in the Farm Journal Foundation’s special initiative, “Fighting Hunger in Communities.” The initiative is intended to help reduce food insufficiency in communities and provide more nutritious foods for those at risk. Each group spoke about their particular project.

  • There’s nothing better in the summer than to come home from work and make a great sandwich with some sort of fresh vegetable as a side.

    A favorite sandwich is Italian grilled cheese. That might not be the name for it, but for lack of anything else to call the sandwich, we’ll go with Italian grilled cheese. It’s grilled and it has cheese and Italian ingredients, so the name fits.

  • Hi, I’m Becca and I’m rubbish at making no-bake cookies.

    There should be a support group for this sort of thing. It’s frustrating and has been a lifelong dilemma with virtually no success.

    But no-bake cookies, specifically those made by the late Eula Wright, are a favorite, and it’s worth it to keep trying.

  • There is nothing like a county fair. As many would say, “It’s the greatest show in town.” Well, it was the only fair in town last week, and I hope you did not miss it. There is something for everybody.

    Last Monday, I judged the culinary arts contests. There were lots of different cakes, pies, candies and assorted baked goods. It was a delight, and since I know so many cooks in Hardin County, I asked the chairpersons, Dee Dee Cooper and Nan Filburn of Vine Grove Homemakers, to turn over the entry tags.

  • Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 39 W.R. Burns in Radcliff installed two new members at the July 12 meeting. From left, Vice President Wayne Fleming, new members Samantha Spears and Ruby Calloway; and Treasurer Adrienne Meyer. Meetings are held at 7 p.m., the first Thursday of the month at 168 Vine St., Radcliff. For more information contact Pat McElvaney, 352-7822.

  • The were no marriage dissolutions granted in Hardin Circuit Court in Elizabethtown this week.