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Wednesday's Woman

  • Going a stitch above

    Getting to know Terry Whitehead:
    Favorite author: Karen Kingsbury
    Hobbies: mostly sewing
    Favorite music: country
    Family: four kids — two boys and two girls, four grandchildren and husband, Jim

     By BECCA OWSLEY
    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    The 2nd Platoon of Crazy Horse Troop Tiger Squadron 3rd ACR stationed out of Ft. Hood Texas received a special treat for Christmas.

  • The Art of Performance: Overcoming mistakes

    As the new year begins, it is a good time to focus on a skill that allows performers to let go of errors. As we look back over the past year, it is clear we all make mistakes. As we begin a new year we set new goals for ourselves in performance. A great goal is to learn the skill of letting go.

  • Soccer community benefits from university success

    An important collegiate athletic event took place over several weekends late this fall. The University of Louisville men’s soccer team participated in the NCAA championship tournament. Unfortunately they lost the championship game by a score of 1-0 to the University of Akron.
    This sporting event was important to the athletic community of Kentucky for many reasons. First, all of central Kentucky benefits when a local university succeeds. It helps every student in our area to know about the successful events connected to University of Louisville.

  • Finding the perfect baby sitter

    Editor's Note: Who is Wednesday's Woman?
    She is a CEO, a minister, a mom, a grandmother, a volunteer.
    Someone's daughter, someone's friend. A somebody to someone.
    She has a story that's moving, or touching, or inspirational, or that just feels good. 
    She is special in some way, or in every way.
    We want to share the stories of the very special women in this community. 

  • Mrs. Claus

    A BIT MORE ABOUT MRS. C:

    Name: Jessica Claus

    Address: 123 Main Street, North Pole.

    Hobbies: Baking cookies; decorating and making sure there is a Christmas tree in every room of the Claus household.

    Favorite songs: “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” and “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.”

    Favorite movie: “Santa Claus is Coming to Town,” “Annabelle’s Wish”

  • Expert Organization

    By AMY KEELING WALTON

    What would you do if you knew you had three weeks and three days to live? See Paris? Climb a mountain? Reconcile with your family?

    These are questions I could have posed to my uncle who died at the age of 59 just three weeks and three days after being diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer. I don’t think anyone can be prepared for such a fate, but I know there are issues with which we must deal whenever someone we love is ill or upon their death.

  • Life or Something Like It

    By SUZANNE DARLAND

    Take a shoebox, the cardboard or plastic variety.

    Fill it with some toys, school supplies, candy, and maybe socks from a local discount store.

    Now ship it to a country where children have little access to the basic needs of survival, let alone a new doll or toy car.

    That’s the premise behind Operation Christmas Child, headed by Franklin Graham, evangelist Billy Graham’s son. Since 1993, more than 77 million of these boxes have been sent to 130 countries on six continents.

  • A sweet family tradition

     

  • Women's Empowerment Conference set for Jan. 15

    The News-Enterprise

    Demery & Associates will have its third annual Women's Empowerment Conference Jan. 15 at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff. The early registration deadline is Dec. 20.

    The one-day conference, themed "A Celebration of Extraordinary Women," will feature Jennifer Pitts Oldham and Brig. Gen. Robin Akin as speakers. The emphasis will be on empowering and equipping women of Kentucky with the tools needed to achieve personal, professional and family goals.

  • Linda Mayhew makes it all add up

    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    In 1964, Linda N. Alvey became the first teacher hired for a new school: Elizabethtown Community College.

    “I was hired in April and the college opened in August,” the math teacher said.

    Forty-seven years later, the teacher — now Linda Mayhew — still provides her special brand of instruction at the college, which has since become Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

    For Mayhew math isn’t just about numbers and equations.