Today's Features

  • Jacquelin Nichole Jones and Airman 1st Class Mi-chael Joseph Wilson were married Nov. 26, 2011, at Camp Carlson by Pastor Robert Pitman.
    The bride is the daughter of Jack and Norma Jones of Radcliff. The groom is the son of James and Jeannie Wilson of Vine Grove.
    The couple reside in Radcliff.

  • Margaret Suzanne Cross of Louisville and William Joseph Peak III of LaGrange were married Oct. 15, 2011, at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Pewee Valley with Father Terry L. Bradshaw officiating.
    The bride is the daughter of Roger and Elizabeth Cross of Elizabethtown, and the groom is the son of William and Leslie Peak of Goshen.
    The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Matron of honor was Celeste Barry, sister of the bride, of Elizabethtown. Best man was David Zummach of Van Horn, Texas.

  • The piano and voice students of Mila Nikolic held their holiday recital Dec. 22 at Plum Alley Theatre in Elizabethtown. The full-house performance was free and open to the public. Front row: Cheyanne and Tayshawn Nickels, Nate Carman, Presley Payne and Audrey Flowers; back row:  piano accompanist Kimberly Strange, Mila Nikolic, Emily Carman, Tyler Watkins, Grace Greenwell, Brandon Best, Tom Durkan, Lighting Director Bo Cecil, William Wilson, Lindsay Nason and Alex Greer. 

  • Students of Ann Case performed a piano recital for residents of Atria Assisted Living on Dec. 17. Front row from left, Sarah Jiranek, Elizabeth Godfrey, Mary Bell and Caroline Yates; second row, Kendra Ball, Rachel Boswell, Anna Rose Patterson, Minha Bhatti, Mary Kate Godfrey, Carson Yates, Ethan Brown and Ann Case.

  • Sharon Madison, art teacher at Central Hardin High School, has been assisting Warm Blessings volunteers as they make bowls for the upcoming “Empty Bowls” soup dinner fundraiser Feb. 11. Madison has a master’s degree in art with a concentration in ceramics from the University of Louisville.

  • A group of 26 volunteer leaders from Kentucky Farm Bureau, including Larry Thomas of Elizabethtown, is headed to the 93rd annual meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Jan. 8-11 in Honolulu. 
     More than 400 KFB members will travel to Hawaii to help shape Farm Bureau’s national policy agenda for 2012, take in informational seminars and compete for national recognition in a variety of contests. Sierra Enlow of LaRue County will take part in the Discussion Meet contest after winning at the state level.

  • Classic Corvettes KY Club recently made a contribution to the PAWS (Pets Are Worth Saving) Shelter Foundation Inc.  Club members Nancy Schramm, left, and Linda Gregory, right,  presented the donation to Diane Shoffner.