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Today's Features

  • Seven books, seven films and ten years have all lead to the eighth and final episode in the Harry Potter franchise, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2.”

  • Amy Keeling Walton

    The Neat Freak

    www.theneatfreakonline.com

    502-460-1200

  • “The Guns of Navarone” (1961) ranks No. 89 on the American Film Institute’s list of 100 of most heart-pounding and thrilling movies and can be seen at the Historic State Theater this weekend.

    The film stars film legends Gregory Peck (“To Kill a Mockingbird”), David Niven (“The Pink Panther”) and Anthony Quinn (“Zorba the Greek”).

  • Last week I and other adult counselors, went to church camp at Jonathan Creek Camp in Western Kentucky with about 50 middle school kids.

    No, I’m not crazy. Well, maybe a little.

    The kids learned a few things, we learned a few things and sleep was not had by all.

    One thing I learned is that grown men can revert to a middle-school-age boy in an instant.

    All the boys had to do is give them a look and then it was all-out WWE wrestling into a large pile-up. The male counselors dropped their backpacks and piled on in.

  • As a business owner, mom and philanthropist, Kelly Emerine stays pretty busy and busy is how she likes it.

    “I’m happy when I’m busy,” she said.

    The 32-year-old grew up in Elizabethtown and graduated from Elizabethtown High School. She went to the University of Kentucky and earned a degree in English education. When she was a child, she was constantly changing what she wanted to do when she grew up. The president, a teacher, a professor — it was all on the list.

  • As a business owner, mom and philanthropist, Kelly Emerine stays pretty busy and busy is how she likes it.

    “I’m happy when I’m busy,” she said.

    The 32-year-old grew up in Elizabethtown and graduated from Elizabethtown High School. She went to the University of Kentucky and earned a degree in English education. When she was a child, she was constantly changing what she wanted to do when she grew up. The president, a teacher, a professor — it was all on the list.

  • Goal setting is a powerful performance tool. It helps people stay on target for the things they want to accomplish. Goal setting helps people set higher goals, which push them to work harder and prioritize their energy for the attainment of the goals.

    However, some goal setting can be just a paper exercise that someone has mandated. It might be at the new year or a boss might strongly suggest the types of goals employees should achieve during the upcoming year.

  • The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers of several seasonal scams. Whether you or your loved ones are vacationing or working a summer job, here’s a list of scenarios that warrant caution, according to the bureau.
     

  • At the June18 meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, Sharon Milliner was selected by the attendees as Artist of the Month. The theme for August was “Covered Bridges,” and her painting was entitled “Over the Elkhorn.” The painting is featured at Cobbler Café in downtown Elizabethtown. The next meeting of the CKAG is at 6:30 p.m.  July 14 at the Nolin RECC building on Ring Road in Elizabethtown. Visitors are welcome.

  • The Potted Few Garden Club places a flower arrangement each month at the Barr Library at Fort Knox for the community to enjoy, and this July patriotic contribution is from Jan Colgan, left, who stands with Jennifer from the library. The next Garden Club meeting is Sept. 21.