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As Tesia Rivera stood on the porch of her Elizabethtown home, she turned the small silver ring above the knuckle of her right pinky.
The ring, which bears the Girl Scouts’ insignia, was her great-grandmother’s.
“Her fingers were so small,” Rivera said.
Milissa French’s desire to help others began when she was a child and continues today in her work with Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.
When she was a child in Hodgenville, she enjoyed volunteering at the senior center, nursing homes and other activities.
“Those were fun times for me,” she said.
Despite life’s ups and downs, Cecilia resident Linda Curtsinger exudes a positive energy and doesn’t feel she has to act like some might expect a 52-year-old woman to act.
Diane Hafer has her hands full working with “the boys” — Bart Lovins, Aaron Taylor and Eric Pope — at the Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.
Even so, she enjoys the family atmosphere the group has created over the years.
Businesswoman Kerrie Lewis lived all over the country, but settled in Elizabethtown in 1984.
Lewis likes that the town is made up of people from a variety of places.
“I like the flavor of E’town,” she said.
Chelsie Mansell’s contagious personality spreads school spirit at North Hardin High School and helps her maintain a healthy attitude through her multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
The 43-year-old school administrative manager came back to Hardin County after serving in the U.S. Navy and living in Texas. After she had her second child, she was ready to move home.
Our oldest son and his wife are buying their first home this month.
And it’s been an exhilarating and exasperating ride.
Our middle son is to be married in a few weeks and we’re getting caught up in the excitement and anticipation.
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