In a quest to create a fun fitness gym for adults, Maxwell Eriksen found his purpose in doing fun learning and fitness activities with children.
In 2001, John DeRamos and his wife, Ranetta, built their first house in Glendale. Since then, they have called the small, quaint town home and have tried to give back to their community.
When the Rev. Harold Craig left Detroit at 18, he saw the world in his 22-year Army career.
The day I turned 18, I purchased my first scratch-off ticket. I took a penny to that sucker and watched as the gray residue fell to the ground, revealing whether or not I had wasted five bucks.
The Rev. Harold Craig stands behind the pulpit of his church, Morning Star Missionary Baptist.
Since moving back to his hometown of Elizabethtown about eight years ago, Larry Spear has worked in a few different career fields, including jobs in the real estate and service industries. But all along, Spear has had a great passion for art.
The words came out of nowhere, and in of all places, during a late-night run to the border – Taco Bell – on a Friday night.
With a mind for finance, a heart for Christmas and a desire to help his community grow, Steve Rice uses his talents in his business and on the Elizabethtown Planning and Zoning Commission.
As restrictions on area businesses have faded away, I’ve found myself on the road much more these days than I ever was last year. And I must say, I don’t like what I’ve seen.
Since retiring in 2013, Bob Roush of Elizabethtown has made it a top priority to serve his community. One major way he has done this is by working with St. Vincent de Paul in Elizabethtown.
The military helped Aaron Cundiff grow into his fitness career.
Well, I suppose it’s time to talk about cicadas.
Using his skills in the art of songwriting and his status as a military veteran, Nate Fowler of Elizabethtown has made helping and raising awareness of homeless veterans a post-retirement mission.
Jamie Wilkerson supervises multiple groups in his role as director of critical care and cardiovascular services at Baptist Health Hardin.
Retired Tech Sgt. Larry Dreamis Hill of Cecilia often can be found at the replica Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall at Elizabethtown Nature Park, donning a long, gray beard and hat that reads “Vietnam Veteran.” For Hill, both the beard and the hat are hard-earned.
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