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Today's Features

  • Several members of the Optimist Club of Radcliff attended the first district meeting for the 2012-13 Optimist Year of the Kentucky/West Virginia Optimist District in Georgetown. Training was held for incoming presidents and their secretary/treasurers. Pictured from left, Mae Knight, past president; Marvin Logsdon, past board director; Jessie Lee, board director; Denise Haynes, secretary; Jackie Banks, president; and Corwin Lewis.

     

  •  By Bonnie Jolly
    4-H Extension Agent

  • Potted Few Garden Club members met in late September after a summer hiatus at the Elizabethtown home of Jean Janes with Jane Tabacchi as cohost.

    After a brunch, social hour and business meeting, hostess Jean Janes presented a program on “How to Create a Floral Design” using simple containers, inexpensive fresh flowers and natural materials.

    The club meets at 10 a.m. the third Wednesday of each month. Everyone is welcome to attend. For information, call Anneliese Knoll at 723-4801.

  • Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club members recently met at the Radcliff home of Renate Gosser with Bonnie Gunter as cohost.

    After a brunch and business meeting, members enjoyed a workshop on “What’s New in Country Floral” and how to create seasonal flower designs, given by member Renate Gosser.

    The next meeting is at 11 a.m. Nov. 14 at Caroline’s Alpine Haus in Radcliff. Caroline’s program is “Out to Lunch, German Style” with Renate Gosser as cohost. To attend, call Renate Gosser, 351-6433.

  • Glen Rice and Friends will be making music once again at 7 p.m. Friday at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

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    Up to 24 million Americans show impaired lung function, which is common among those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the third leading cause of death in the United States. It’s a staggering number, made more so by the fact that more than 12 million Americans have been diagnosed with COPD, while an estimated 12 million more have it but have not been diagnosed.

  • Steve Mays, 58, has been a resident of Elizabethtown most of his life and looks forward to doing his civic duty each Election Day.

    His primary job since 1984 has been with Kentucky Radiation Control. Mays checks X-ray equipment and performs radiation inspections. He also checks to make sure operators are protected, use good radiation safety practices and keep patient exposure at a minimum.

  • Howevalley

    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 735-7845 

    Fall is most definitely here with cooler weather, falling leaves, some wind and rain. Get out and enjoy it.

    TIME CHANGE.  Did you remember to move your clocks back 1 hour before going to bed last night? Our daylight ours will now be shorter.

    ELECTION DAY. Don’t forget to exercise your right to vote on Tuesday. With it being the presidential election year, be sure and allow yourself extra time at the polls. Long lines are expected.

  • South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    The cooler temperatures have begun. I thought I was ready for it, but it turns out I was sadly mistaken. Hope everyone is ready to bundle up.

    BIRTHDAYS. Happy birthday wishes go to Josh McKain, Bridgette Blaylock, Tessa Grimes, Tristan Priddy, Jessica Ramsey, Kim Cruse, Haley Reeves, Betty Swartout, Grayson Bryan, Larry Copelin and Jacob Dunn.

  • White Mills

    Terri Spencer, 862-4604

    My thoughts and prayers go out this week to all the people who have been affected by the storm that hit the east coast this week. It must have been very terrifying for all of the people left in the wake of the storm. And now begins the massive job of cleaning up the mess left behind. Please keep all of these people, especially those who lost loved ones, in your thoughts and prayers.