1 Montie Matthews gave his presentation to the Ancestral Trails Historical Society on Robert Hendershot.
2 The newly elected officers for the Ancestral Trails Historical Society are, from left, Jenina Montgomery, treasurer; Charles Hawkins, vice—president; Steve Lindsey, president; and Lisa Lindsey, secretary.
Knox Hills Customer Service Manager Gary Davis, left, presents a check to Bob Belknap, director of Big Brothers Big Sisters, in support of this year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake. Knox Hills is a corporate sponsor of the Bowl for Kids’ Sake event, which is held the first three weekends in March. For information or to sign your corporate team up to bowl, call 769-5225.
Pet of the Week This 6-month-old male Heeler mix named “Happy” and this 2-year-old male Labrador Retriever named “Mysterio” are in need of loving homes. If you are interested in adopting them contact the Hardin County Animal Control at (270) 769-3428 or visit them at 116 Nicholas St. in Elizabethtown. Visit www.hcky.org/animalcontrol.asp for more information. A
The Radcliff Homemakers met at Colvin Community Center for the January meeting, with nine members present. Arthea Hunt presented the lesson, “Our Treasured Belongings: Ties That Bind.” She made up two baskets that were filled with her treasured belongings and memories. Other members also brought in some of their most precious items. Hunt also served as hostess for the potluck luncheon. The next meeting is Feb. 11.
Amy Aldenderfer presents name badges to the newest Lincoln Trail Area Master Gardeners Association for fulfilling the requirements of class work and community service. From left, County Agent Amy Aldenderfer, Shannon Viau, Janet McDermott, Barbara Conner and Karen Wells. Not pictured is Fred Wells.