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Today's Features

  • Members of the Zonta Club of Elizabethtown welcomed new member Phyllis Brashear to the club. Lois Pierce, secretary of the club and District 5 Area 2 director, officially installed Brashear.

    The club will present a $500 scholarship to a nontraditional student in the near future and also has delivered Amelia Earhart scholarship information to local high schools for high school senior girls.

    Plans are being made for the Second Annual Christmas Tea from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 2 at the Brown-Pusey House. Tickets are $18 and will be limited to 100.

  • Fourth District Governor Diane Willis took a collection of bears to the Advocacy and Support Center, which were received by Nikki Ellis, director of the center. Six clubs in the Fourth District Woman’s Clubs participated in the project and took their bears to the GFWC KY Fall Conference in Columbia.

  • By SUSAN RIDER

    An attitude of gratitude is the best attitude to develop not just because of the season, but because of all the blessings we have been granted. No matter how bad things get, how rushed you are or how sad you are, you can always find someone worse off than you.

  • It does my heart good to introduce another gentleman who has been nominated as One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks. Robby Waters was nominated by April and Thad Jackson.

    Robby spent 10 years of his childhood in Decatur, Ala., where he was introduced to great barbecue, white sauce and Brunswick stew.

  • I love a party with a theme. There’s just something about tying everything together and making the food match the theme.

    A few months ago, I did this with an in-home catalog party. To make it fun, I went with a Hollywood theme. To make it extra fun, all the snacks I served were beefed up concession stand items.

    Most of the recipes have already appeared in a kitchen adventure.

  • By NANNETTE JOHNSTON

    The test scores have been released and we are proud to have six schools whose scores earned proficiency status from the Kentucky Department of Education. That means their scores are in the state’s top 30 percent.

  • On Sept. 20, 34 Wesley Hilltop seniors visited Derby Dinner Playhouse. Their next planned trip is to Lindsey Wilson College.

  • 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.

    Billy Bailey, 1331 Battle Training Road, Elizabethtown. Use: garage.

    Charles and Linda Lehman, 196 Browns Lane, Vine Grove. Use: addition.

    Donald w. and Patricia Wolfe, 894 Hutcherson Lane, Elizabethtown. Use: single-wide foundation.

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

    Jeffrey M. and Mecca Elizabeth Harris to Michael G. and Kelly A. Seitz, lot 49 Santa Fe Subdivision, county, $227,000.

    First Berkshire Properties LLC to G6 Hospitality Property LLC, property in Hardin County, $2,506,469.

    Versle Leon Brimmer to Valerie L. Smith and Melanie U. Fawbush, 1003 W. Vine St., Radcliff, $1. FMV: $67,500.

  • Savannah Haynes and Leah Linscott recently presented a new banner to Elizabethtown District United Methodist Women during the District Annual celebration held in Hodgenville. The banner will represent the District at the Kentucky Annual Conference each year. It tells the story of the mission work of United Methodist Women. It was designed by the Smitchers (Smiling Stitchers) at Radcliff United Methodist Church. This is a sewing circle made up of girls in fourth grade and above.