The St. James Brownie Troop 157 members enjoyed their first experience with the Festival of the Arts, sponsored by the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, held in Louisville on Nov. 14. The girls painted one another’s faces, made balloon animals and basically acted like clowns with Tricksee as their guide.
Donna Betson, Chairperson and founder of Kentucky Veterans Memorial Cemetery Volunteers, recieved a check for $150 from Michele McEachern, Women With A Purpose president. The donation is to purchase 10 wreaths for the veterans cemetery in Radcliff. The local chapter of Wreaths Across America is part of the larger organization which honors veterans. Donna Betson also arranges for volunteers to attend the burial of any veteran who has no family to attend.
No snow is expected this weekend, but Santa has found a way to arrive safely in Hodgenville without his sleigh, thanks to buggy driver Tom Smith. Smith will also offer free buggy rides from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, courtesy of Hodgenville Main Street.
Sallie Shilts, Bonnie Wheeler, Lloyd Tipton, Sue Tipton, Matt Paynter, Loretta Busse, Jacob Couch and Mrs. Claus volunteer at concession stand during a movie at The Historic State Theater. To become a volunteer, call: Sue Tipton, 234-8258.
Past Rotary District Governor Dave Weller presented a program on the Rotary Foundation at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Dec. 8. The Ro-tary Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation sponsored solely by voluntary contributions. Pictured are Weller and Kay Sharon.
The ladies and associate members of the Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club met Nov. 23 at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff. The meeting was preceded with a meal prepared under the direction of Dorothy Phillips and Katherine Collins. Sixty members and guests attended.
Chad Aull, Kentucky state president of the Young Democrats, was the guest speaker. He spoke of the need to return the local politics to the average person and the opportunities that are on the horizon for 2010 for the Democratic Party.