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When winding down from a day of work, Sandra Phillips of Eliza­bethtown often can be found with a needle and thread in hand, expressing herself through the art of quilting.

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Before moving to the Elizabethtown area in 1974, Carol Parrett lived all around the world. Her late husband Denver – a native of Hardin County – was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps and Air Force, a career that took his family everywhere from California to Turkey.

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Anne Elliott, of Elizabethtown, is teaching the last year of her career in an unusual time – along the way, her love of baking was able to turn into a business.

After 13 years of working for Akebono Brake Corporation in Elizabethtown, Jennifer Hampton decided it was time to take the skills she learned in manufacturing and apply them to higher education.

Originally from upstate New York, Tori Phantom, 28, moved to Kentucky around three years ago and has become a social media influencer while home during COVID-19 precautions.

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For years, Lisa Wheeler-Sallee of Mag­nolia had her funeral dress picked out and hanging on her bedroom door. Dealing with an autoimmune disease and a series of strokes, she was prepared for the worst.

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Beth Avey is a transplant to the area from Pennsylvania but has called Hardin County home for many years. A stint at Fort Knox not only has instilled a love of that post, but Hardin County as well, she said.

After 14 years of service at Bernheim Arboretum and Re­search Forest in Clermont, Renée Hutchison of Glendale has step­ped up as Bernheim’s director of visitor experience.

When Hope Burke was selected as the new executive director of local nonprofit Helping Hand of Hope last October, she didn’t know of the challenges that would present themselves in her first year.