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Today's News

  • Radcliff Rotary entertained by Woodland Elementary Choir and Drums

    Radcliff Rotary entertained by Woodland Elementary Choir and Drums

    1 The Woodland Elementary Choir and Drums entertained the Radcliff Rotary Club with several lively numbers.

    2 Marcellus Hobbs of North Hardin High School was recognized as Student of the month. Marcellus plans to attend the University of Louisville in the fall and study Justice Administration.

    3 Detective David Love was recognized as the Rotary Police Officer of the Month for his service to the community.

     

  • Thank you from Matthew E. LaPierre

    I would like to thank all of the participants and local businesses for making the seventh annual Spring Fling motorcycle run, on May 9, a success again this year. The Spring Fling motorcycle run benefits Interlink Counseling Services homeless veteran’s shelter in Louisville. This is the biggest and is one of only two state licensed homeless veteran’s shelters in the state. There were nearly 300 motorcycles present for the ride with more than 350 participants registered with a $10 poker hand. This year we raised $9,500 for this noble caused surpassing last years $7,600.

  • Teeples speaks to Radcliff Rotary members

     

    Guest of Rotarian Bill Hansen recently at a Radcliff Rotary Club meeting was Col. David Teeples, commanding officer of the U.S. Army Armor Center and School. The colonel favorably compared the Rotary Four-Way Test to the Seven Army Values and commented on the similar “Service above Self” ethic of both organizations. He is pictured with club president-elect Bill Dennison and Rotarian Bill Hansen.

  • A moment in time to treasure for Kensington Manor residents

     

    This year during National Nursing Home Week Kensington Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center had local Girl Scout Troop No. 1041 visit individually with the residents. They gathered their life experiences and make each of them into a History/picture keepsake they will have for many years to come. The Girl Scouts presented the residents with their keepsakes at a ceremony held during National Nursing Home Week.

  • Kimble speaks to Junior Woman’s Club May meeting

    Kimble speaks to Junior Woman’s Club May meeting

    The Elizabethtown Jr. Woman’s Club guest speaker for May was Liz Kimble from Joshua’s Friends.

    The club meets at 7 p.m., the first Thursday of the month at Nolin RECC in Elizabethtown.

     

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown presents scholarship

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown President Diane Willis, mother of Casey, Mrs. Goodson, Scholarship winner Casey Goodson and Chairman of the Education Committee Judy Meyer.

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown presents scholarship

    The Woman’s club of Elizabethtown recently presented its annual scholarship to Casey Goodson. Goodson is a 2009 graduate of Central Hardin High School and she plans to attend Elizabethtown Community and Technical College in the fall.

     

  • Potted Few learns about butterflies

     

  • NAACP Feed Our Seniors presentation

     

  • Newman graduates from basic military training

    NEWMAN. Seaman recruit Joshua H. Newman graduated from basic military training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Great Lakes, Ill., on May 8.

    He is attending school at Great Lakes Naval Training Center for a 14-week program to become a Navy Corpsmen.

    He is a 2006 graduate of North Hardin High School.

    He is the son of Daniel and Melissa Newman of Hodgenville and Sam and Jody Ennis of Rineyville.

     

  • Parents welcome Peyton Brianna

     

     

    Carrie and Andy Singer of Elizabethtown announce the birth of a daughter, Peyton Brianna Singer, on Feb. 15, 2009. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19 inches long.

    Grandparents are Rick and Vicky Woods of Elizabethtown and Pat and Bruce Singer of Cecilia.