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Today's News

  • Pam Smith speaks at Garden Club of Elizabethtown April meeting

    Beverly Rose, Program Chair, introduced Pam Smith, Garden Club meeting speaker at the April 2 meeting at the Brown-Pusey House. Smith showed and discussed many beautiful decorative items made for her subject talk, “Artistry in Pine”. At the next meeting on May 7, Jim Preston of the Louisville Rose Society will discuss “Breathtaking Roses”.

     

  • Jeffries celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

     

     

    Russell and Nancy Jeffries are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with friends and family.

    They were married April 4, 1959 at Gilead Baptist Church in Glendale.

    They have two daughters, E. Renee Young of Elizabethtown and Terri Tart of Charlotte, N.C.; and three grandchildren.

     

  • Kerr Office groups donates to Hosparus

    Kerr Office Group and its employees recently donated $300 to Hosparus of Central Kentucky. Kerr Office Group is Central Kentucky’s only locally-owned office supply, furniture and equipment dealer.

  • Stitchers invite Patsy Shields to demonstrate thread painting

    The Stitchers Quilt Guild recently brought regional teacher Patsy Shields to Elizabethtown to teach a workshop to members on thread painting which has become a popular way to add embellishments to quilts.

    The Stitchers meet at the County Extension Office the last Wednesday of every month from 6:30 to 9pm. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned quilter come join the fun.

     

  • Great-grandparents welcome triplets

    Allen O. “Buddy” and Anna June Boyd, formerly of Elizabethtown, announce the birth of great-grandchildren, Luke, Hunter and Ethan Brandenberger, on Feb. 12, 2009 in Carmel, Ind.

    Parents are Ben and Alysia Brandenberger.

    They have a brother, Matthew.

    Great-great-grandparents are the late Harold “Sid” and Evelyn Boyd.

     

  • Radcliff Rotary Club hosts district speech contest

    Radcliff Rotary hosted the District 6710 Sectional Speech Contest with contestants from areas 5 and 7 competing for an opportunity to advance to the next level. First, second and third place winners received checks for $300, $150 and $100 respectively. Speaking on the theme "Make Dreams Real;" the race was very close and the judges had their work cut out for them in deciding the winners.

  • Clater visits residents of Bluegrass Assisted Living

     

    Angela Clater from CareTenders recently visited Bluegrass Assisted Living in Elizabethtown to do a special presentation on skin care for the residents. They also had an ice cream social.

     

  • Morningside Center Seniors have March luncheon

     

     

    Morningside Center Seniors attended a Luncheon on March 10. The lunch was given by Franklin Crossroads Baptist Church, who has a luncheon once a month.

     

     

  • Knox Hills Employees Receive Ky. Governor’s Safety Award at Luncheon

    Those attending the Knox Hills Ky. Gov. Safety Award Presentation Luncheon included, left to right, CSM Charles Waters, Knox Hills Director of Property Management Tom Adams, Ky. Labor Dept. Deputy Secretary Mark Brown, Knox Hills Maintenance Director Roy Botkins, Knox Hills Asset Manager Whitney Trusty, Actus Lend Lease Director of Safety Brian Peterson, Managing Director for Actus Lend Lease Dale Connor, Knox Hills Project Director Matt Wilbourn and Executive Manager of Portfolio Management at Actus Marc Sierra.

  • May 3 Marriages

    The following marriage licenses have been issued in Hardin County.

    Cassie Leigh Ketzel, 21, Elizabethtown, and Robert Paul Carden Jr., 27, Vine Grove.

    Gretchen Dawn Pilkenton, 25, and Adam Michael Freeman, 25, both of Radcliff.

    Kelly Nicole Adkins, 27, and Joshua Andrew Ebarb, 30, both of Dothan, Ala.

    Tina Marie Sartain, 34, and Jason Lee Richardson, 27, both of Street Plains, Mont.

    Danielle Lynn McGuire, 21, and Stanley Cameron Estepp, 20, both of Radcliff.