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Today's Features

  • Radcliff Youth Soccer members presented a check to Radcliff City Council on April 17 to aid in maintaining the various soccer fields throughout Radcliff. Pictured are council members Jack Holland, Barbara Baker, Don Yates, Radcliff Youth Soccer League member Bruce McGee, Councilman Edward Palmer, Mayor J.J. Duvall, Councilman Don Shaw and Councilman Stan Holmes.

  • The Radcliff Rotary Club recently honored it’s student of the month, North Hardin Senior Braden Proffitt. Braden received a certificate of Achievement and a $25 gift card courtesy of Wal-Mart. Braden’s grandfather, the late Ronnie Proffitt, was a charter member of the Radcliff Rotary Club and his Dad, Blake, a past president. Braden is off to Western Kentucky University next year to pursue a degree in Elementary Education. He is pictured with club president Mike Enlow.

  • Students on the yearbook staff at Elizabethtown High School pull double duty.

    They are not just yearbook staff members, they also are required to contribute to the school newspaper.

    “Most of them tend to gravitate to one or the other as far as their interest,” said Donnie Swiney, yearbook and newspaper adviser.

    As editor of the EHS yearbook, The Etonian, senior Sarah Greenwell must oversee various aspects of putting together the annual publication, such as design and coverage.

  • Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes attended the BIG Regional Leadership Conference. He is pictured with Gloria Harris, Judge Toni Stringer and Kentucky BIG president Gwen Buffington.

  • The 2012 Warrior Games recently finished at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. The games provide an important environment for injured military service members to showcase healing in the competitive format of adaptive sports. The competition pits service personnel from the Air Force, Army, Marines and Navy. This year, Special Operations and the British military also sent competitors.

    The spirit of the Warrior Games is highlighted by athletes such as Ryan McIntosh of the U.S. Army. He competed in wheelchair basketball as well as track and field.

  • A Summer Blast Miss Radcliff Beauty Contest and Jr. Miss Radcliff is at 6 p.m. June 22, at Colvin Community Center, 230 Freedom Way, Radcliff.

    Miss Radcliff must be a single female ages 16 to 21 and Jr. Miss Radcliff must be a single female ages 13 to 15. Applicants must reside within the Radcliff, Vine Grove area and attend either North Hardin High School, John Hardin High School, North Middle School or James T. Alton Middle School. Some other restrictions apply.

  • Carolyn Gusler, center, assisted by her daughter, Jerrina, left, informed The Garden Club of Elizabethtown members about the benefits of edible flowers. They were introduced during the May 3 meeting at the Brown-Pusey House by Andrea McWright, program director.  The next meeting is at 10 a.m., June 7.  It will be a gardeners “show and tell,” and plant exchange, presented by members. The meeting is free and open to the public and light refreshments are served. For information contact Andrea, 360-1233.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ward III of Louisville and Dr. and Mrs. David Hamilton of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Carrie Elizabeth Ward and David Anthony Hamilton Jr.

    The bride-to-be received her doctorate in pharmacy from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy and is employed by the Kroger Company in Mount Sterling. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ward Jr. of Farmville, Va. 

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members supported the Relay for Life for cancer survivors and/or families supporting the American Cancer Society. Those offering monetary support were, from left, Regina Lancaster, Diane Willis, Jeanne Smith, Barbara Mills, Melanie Parker Hibbard and Rosemary Deaton as well as the chair for the drive, Bobbi Dille. Making a donation but not pictured was Martha Mengel.