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Today's News

  • Rotarian Mike Byers and Rotary President Glenn Ross with the Bowl For Kids Sake trophy.

    Rotarian Mike Byers and Rotary President Glenn Ross with the Bowl For Kids Sake trophy.

    Elizabethtown Noon Rotary raise most money for Bowl For Kids Sake

    The Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club was recently honored as the club that raised the most money for Bowl For Kids Sake fundraiser. The team raised more than $1,800. Team members included Mike Byers, DeeJay Hall, Brad Burchett and Tim Asher.

     

  • Rep. Lee speaks to Morningside Seniors

    On March 16 the Morningside Senior Center invited officials of Hardin County and state to a lunch followed by opportunities to speak out the economic condition.

    Representative Jimmie Lee was present and gave an in-depth speech on problems and opportunities facing Hardin County and the state.

    He spoke about B.R.A.C. moving to Fort Knox and grandparents raising their grandchildren and receiving support for their efforts. He also discussed a program available for seniors to receive free medicine.

     

  • Democratic Woman’s Club welcomes Lewis as guest speaker

    1 Featured speaker Myra Tabb Lewis and club President Diane Nall at the March meeting.

    2 Door prize winners were Eleanor Brown, Betty Jackson, Loretta Crady and Tom Jaggers. Not pictured is winner Deb Lutz.

    Democratic Woman’s Club welcomes Lewis as guest speaker

    The Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club held their March 2 meeting at Ryan’s Steakhouse and Restaurant with President Diane Nall presiding.

  • Rose welcomed as guest speaker to Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown meeting

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown held its March meeting at the Brown-Pusey House.

    The guest speaker was Tony Rose, a survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon in 2001. He spoke of patriotism and citizenship in America and of his personal experiences on that day. He received the Purple Heart for personal injuries incurred during the attack and the Yellow Ribbon Medal of Freedom honor as well.

    Greeting cards were collected to be given to North Hardin Hope.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown presents book in memory

     

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown recently presented a book entitled “Foreign Body” by Robin Cook to Susie Hignite, interim librarian, for the Hardin County Public Library. The book presentation was made by Connie Litzenberger, a 50-year member of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown, in memory of her husband, Dr. William Litzenberger.

     

  • Allan Francis speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club

     

     

    Guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Radcliff Rotary Club was Rotarian Allan Francis. Francis, a local business man and entrepreneur, is a past president of the Radcliff Rotary Club and currently an assistant district governor of Rotary District 6710. However on this occasion, he addressed the club as president of the Hardin County Chapter of the NAACP. Francis presented a brief history of the NAACP which celebrates its 100th birthday this year and outlined some of the goals of the organization for the next 100 years.

     

  • Jeffries completes Parliamentary Procedure Seminar

     

     

  • Radcliff Homemakers hold March meetings

    Radcliff Homemakers met at Colvin Community Center for their March meeting. Stan Holmes from Radcliff City Council spoke and thanked the group for contributions to the community.

    Club members Betty McClaugherty, Lois Morrissey and Liz Kimble attended International Day at the Hardin County Extension Office.

    Ramona Lovall presented the lesson for the month, Kitchen Skills in the Kitchen.”

  • Atria Assisted Living receives donation

     

    Rose Bowman, QE auditor for Atria Assisted Living, presents a First Impression’s check to the Directors of Atria Elizabethtown. First Impressions checks are being delivered to Atria’s across the country and these funds are being used to enhance the communities in whichever area they feel would benefit their residents the most.

     

  • Elizabethtown Lions Club inducts Nealy as new member

    At the March 3 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, Vincent Nealy was inducted as the clubs newest member by Lion John Zeitz and sponsor Lion Jim Weise. Lion Vance was a charter member of the Elizabethtown College Lions Club. He was employed at Fort Knox for 20 years, is a lawyer and has opened an office in Elizabethtown. He has been married for 40 years and has two children. Lion Vince is on the board of directors for Communicare, United Way and has been active with the Gideon’s for 10 years.