Kate Bateman has run out of adjectives to describe her recent trip to the White House to decorate for Christmas.
She told the story to so many friends after returning Dec. 3 from Washington from a whirlwind trip as a volunteer decorator for the People’s House that she couldn’t think of any more words to describe the experience.
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Candle and ornament making, gingerbread house workshops and breakfast with Santa himself were among activities that attracted young and old alike to downtown Elizabethtown on Saturday for the Light Up Elizabethtown event held in conjunction with Second Saturday.
A verse of “Amazing Grace,” sung by some of the hundreds in attendance, drifted Saturday morning from Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff as a wreath-laying ceremony by Wreaths Across America got underway.
Chilly temperatures did not dissuade what amounted to, by some estimates, an attendance of 300 to 400 visitors to the ceremony.
Betty Pullen, 270-862-4844
Hello friends, yes it that time of year again, Christmas is coming. It’s that time of year to get ready for parties, dinners, gifts, lots of food, turkey, pies and cakes.