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Today's Features

  • The June meeting of The Garden Club of Elizabethtown was a great success. Jamie Disselkamp of Hosparus gave a warm and engaging presentation on the nature and specifics of hospice care while members enjoyed some light refreshments courtesy of hostesses Carolyn Scott, Ruth Johnson and Jackie Huffines. Later, all the club members gathered in the Cunningham Garden for a group picture in honor of National Garden Week.

  • On graduation night, May 25, North Hardin High School successfully hosted Project Graduation to more than 500 students, including 276 students and their guests. The high school students enjoyed themselves due to the cooperation and generosity of the entire community.

  • Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland named Helen McCloy and Jan Harding volunteers of the month for July. They started volunteering in September 2012 and have been regulars ever since. They come on Wednesdays and Thursdays and always arrive smiling and ready to chat over some coffee and a cookie before getting to work.

  • To paraphrase an old quote:the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry. And sometimes, as Steve Winwood once sang, you just have to roll with it.

    Last Friday, my other half, Rebecca Ricks, and I planned an outing that involved a trip to Louisville.

    When we got there we discovered the event — Shakespeare in Central Park — had been canceled because of an unexpected emergency.

  • When I was a teenager, milk shakes were just the best. My favorite at Lakers drive-in in Stephensburg was peanut butter. Available at all the fast food restaurants, they were not waist slimmers. Then Wendy’s came along with its chocolate treat, Frosty, which now also comes in vanilla or even swirled with chocolate in a cone. And at the Kentucky State Fair, there was a wonderful treat called Pineapple Whip.

    But with the millennial generation came the popularity of smoothies. Most can be healthy and some just make breakfast a “fast break.”

  • You might recognize the name Cesar Millan as the “Dog Whisperer” who made his name as a trainer of difficult dogs. He had his own television show and wrote several books.

    Millan had a very unfortunate run of events. He was divorced from his wife of 16 years and estranged from his children, his favorite pit bull died, his television show taken away from him and he found out most of the money he earned was no longer his.

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    The Miss Hardin County Fair Pageant is at 8 p.m. Monday, on opening night of the Hardin County Fair. Miss Hardin County Fair 2012 and reigning Miss Kentucky County Fair, Jenna Walters, will crown this year’s winner.

    The following 17 young ladies will compete for this year’s title.

    Amber Rene Vincent, 17, daughter of James and Lesley Vincent of Elizabethtown, sponsored by her parents and Bangz Salon.

    Dashawna Bird, 20, daughter of Henry and Brenda Divis of Elizabethtown, sponsored by Mark Martin of A-1 Allergy Relief.

  • Stephen and Rebecca Williams Copelin of Clarkson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their son, Kyle Stephen Copelin, to Rachel Renay Miller, daughter of Jimmy and Angie Miller of Sweeden.

    The bride-to-be is employed with the U.S. Postal Service.

    The prospective groom is employed with Chad Haycraft Concrete.

    The wedding is at 6 p.m. CDT July 12, 2013, near their future home, 870 Little Mountain Road, Sweeden.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.