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Today's News

  • Woman’s Club donates to Louisville’s VA, Ronald McDonald House

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown recently donated 41 hardback books, 168 paperback books and 427 magazines to the VA Medical Center in Louisville. It also collected five pounds of soda can tabs, which it donated to the Ronald McDonald House. Members who drove to Louisville to make these contributions were Marie Deaton, Ruth Hayden, Cora Ellen McKinley-Hall, Betty Sue French and Diane Willis.

     

  • AM Rotary members welcome Lee and McFarland

    The Hardin County AM Rotary met Oct. 30. Guest speakers were State Representative Jimmie Lee and Jim McFarland, program director of GPS Home Incarceration. Rep. Lee informed members about the new legislation for domestic violence offenders. He noted that he is a co-sponsor of the bill, which is entitled, "Amanda’s Bill." This legislation hopefully would enable victims of domestic violence greeter freedom to work and live in society without fear. He also noted that Kentucky is No.

  • 4-H HAD A BALL WITH BUTTER!

     

  • Binkley

     

    Linda Kleinschmidt and Pete Binkley, both of Elizabethtown, were married Nov. 7, 2009, in Gatlinburg, Tenn., by the Rev. Tom Holmes.

    The bride is the daughter of John Kleinschmidt and Diane Reyna of Memphis, Tenn.

    The groom is the son of Kenneth and Geraldine Binkley of Cecilia.

    A reception will be held at a later date.

    The couple reside in Elizabethtown.

     

  • Shircliff is featured quilter of the month

    Each month the Stitchers Quilt Guild has a featured stitcher. For November it was Suzanne Shircliff who brought along her granddaughter Shelby to help show a variety of her quilts. This is a way for members to get to know more about each other. Along with a small showing of their quilts there is also a write-up about the person in the monthly newsletter that comes out prior to the meeting. Anyone interested in joining the Stitchers Quilt Guild can meet from 6:30 to 9 p.m. the last Wednesday of each month (except December) at the Hardin County Extension Office.

     

  • Cecilia Homemakers Get Lesson on News

    Sue Flowers and Patty Helm were lesson leaders for the November meeting of the Cecilia Homemakers. They talked of getting the news- by newspaper, television or radio. They also passed around slips of paper to different tables to discuss, pertaining to different problems, and how one should go about finding a satisfactory remedy for the problem. They did well.

     

  • Sisneys announce birth of son

     

    Jesse and Elizabeth Sisney of Magnolia announce the birth of a son, Elisha Gabriel Sisney, on Oct. 28, 2009, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long.

    Grandmother is Helen Minton of Magnolia. Stepgrandparents are Allen and Susie Zerber of Hodgenville.

     

  • AM Rotary Members Participate In Event To Benefit Heritage Council

    The Hardin County AM Rotary recently participated in a benefit for the Heritage Council in the “Philip Arnold Dead Man Rolling Race.” The club took first place in design. Pictured are Rotarians, Carol Stolzfus;Tom Brandenburg, coffin engineer and designer; Greg Harrington; Eric Brandenburg; Karen Brandenburg; Bev Drydeck and Scott Kisselbaugh. Also pictured are the participants in action.

  • Dec. 13 South Hardin news

     

    South Hardin Daphne Turpin, 872-3223 Mother Nature has been teasing us with the snow. Although all snow is pretty, it is time to have a nice amount of the white stuff.

  • Five generations of Nichols family gather

     

    The Nichols family from Biloxi, Miss., celebrated five generations in Hardin Springs. From left, great-grandmother Inez Nichols, mother Amanda Fayard, 4-month-old Daniel Fayard, great-great-grandmother Lucille Colvin and father Richard Nichols.