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Today's Features

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10281 members voted to donate to the Hardin County Educational and Community Television for the second year in a row.

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10281 members voted to donate to the Hardin County Educational and Community Television for the second year in a row.

  • Stitchers Quilt Guild members welcomed Suzi Parron as a guest speaker for the June meeting. Parron, along with Donna Sue Groves, wrote the book ‘Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement’.

    Parron spoke about her travels across the country viewing barn quilts and telling the stories that go along with each one. Groves showed slides of many blocks that were not included in the book.

    Hardin County has 82 barn quilts. Information on the barn quilts in Hardin County can be obtained from Amy Aldenderfer at the Hardin County Extension Office.

  • Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Val Claycomb welcomes Lynnie Myers, who updated club members on the Kosair Children’s Hospital Foundation at the July 23 meeting.

  • Hardin Memorial Health has partnered with the Elizabethtown Sports Park to provide medical services during sporting events at the park. The HMH Auxiliary donated a Gator ATV to the HMH Sports Medicine Department to assist them in navigating the park and carrying the necessary supplies. The Sports Medicine staff includes from left, Kyle Oldham, Kelly Kuker, Kaleb Boydston, Caryn Kohlrust, Jeremy Steakley and Carol George.

  • At the June 18 Lions Club Installation Dinner, Past President Lion Jim Deneen, right, presents to Past President Lion Ron White the Melvin Jones Fellow award. A Melvin Jones Fellow is one who is recognized for dedicated humanitarian services.

  • Hardin County AM Rotary Club President Daniel Tabb welcomes new member Chad Hines of Magnolia Bank. Also pictured are Francis Simpson and Rick Walters.

  • Anna Huffman of Elizabethtown is one of only 98 young women attending the 67th American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation in Washington, D.C., July 20 through 27. Two outstanding citizens, known as senators, are selected at the 49 ALA Girls State sessions held across the country to represent their state at ALA Girls Nation. This premier leadership conference is designed to provide practical insight into the workings of government, to instill a sense of pride and loyalty in America and to create friendships and memories that last a lifetime.

  • The Kentucky State Fair quickly is approaching and it soon will be time for 4-H’ers to compete for a variety of awards. The 4-H events and activities are some of the most widely recognized and anticipated of the fair. While these competitions are meant to be a fun, learning experience for 4-H’ers, some get caught up in the competitive spirit of the event, which can cause anger and disappointment if a young person or their animal doesn’t place as high as expected.