Today's News

  • Club donates bench to Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central


  • Kerrick donates to Locks of Love

    Emily Kerrick donates 10 inches of her hair to Locks of Love. Her hair was cut by Melinda Pickerill, left.

  • Radcliff Woman's Club particpates in Radcliff Christmas Parade

    Florence Mason, Margo Kampe, back row, Pat Nuccitelli and Barbara Proffitt of the Radcliff Woman’s Club braved 23 degree weather to ride in the Profitt’s 49 Chevrolet truck in the City of Radcliff Christmas parade on Dec. 5. The two “reindeer” who led the fictional sleigh were Ronnie Proffitt and Bob Nuccitelli.

  • McIntosh



    Audrey Lauren Burrell and Scott Christian McIntosh were married June 7, 2008 by Jon Weece of Southland Christian Church at Keenland Library in Lexington.

    The bride is the daughter of Tom and Kathy Burrell of Elizabethtown.

    The groom is the son of John and Lori McIntosh of Lexington.

    A reception was at Keeneland Entertainment Center.

    The couple reside in San Francisco.


  • Grandparents welcome Chloe Marie


    Grandparents welcome Chloe Marie

    Steve and Sue Weigl of Elizabethtown and Rickey and Nell Shartzer of Leitchfield announce the birth of a granddaughter, Chloe Marie Shartzer on Sept. 20, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 3.5 ounces and was 18 ½ inches long.

    Parents are Shannon and Jessica Shartzer of Leitchfield.

    Great-grandparents are Philip and Lorraine Robinson of Conesville, N.Y., Howard and Beverly Shartzer of Hardinsburg and Lois Brown of Rough River.


  • American Legion Auxiliary, Unit No. 113 collected pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House.

    American Legion Auxiliary, Unit No. 113, collected over 25 gallons of pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House. Pictured are President Roxanna Lee and Secretary Ashley Haynes. They delivered the pop tabs, along with 100 dolls to the Ronald McDonald House in Louisville. They were also given a tour of the house. The Ronald McDonald House allows families a place to stay while their injured or seriously ill children are in the hospital. They recycle the pop tabs for funds to aid in this endeavor.

  • Great American Smokeout

    This year on Nov. 20, Americans celebrate the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smoke Out. This year will be the 33rd such annual event. The Great American Smoke Out is a designated day where smokers from across the nation unite in cause and commit to give up smoking for one day.



      Members from the Cecilia Homemakers Club gave a lesson on holiday foods on Nov. 18 in the Cecilia Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. They also had many items prepared for the members to taste. From left, Brenda Lowe, Diane McCamish, Julie McKinley and Iva Lee Owsley. 

  • AUSA installs new president

        The Fort Knox Chapter of AUSA installed its new president, Otis Fox, at the annual awards luncheon Nov. 20 at the Leaders Club. Maj. Gen. Don Campbell spoke, and outgoing President Ronnie Pence was recognized.  

  • Club members attend fall conference

    Members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown recently attended the Fourth District Fall Conference at Fountain Run Baptist Church. Thirteen pieces of art were entered in the arts and crafts contest. Four of those won first place ribbons and will compete at the state convention in April.

    Debbie Skaggs, District Governor, presided over the meeting and President of the Elizabethtown Junior Woman’s Club LeAnn Yarbourgh led the pledge of allegiance.