Throughout her life, Alice Pepper of Elizabethtown has served as a mentor for area youth. This passion has stayed with her since she was a child living at the now-defunct Glen Dale Children’s Home.
Jeleena Hall started at Mission Hope for Kids for internship experience and stayed to help make a difference in young lives.
Today, Ash Wednesday, marks the first day of Lent. It’s the six-and-a-half weeks before Easter characterized by introspection as preparation for celebrating the resurrection of Christ on that day.
The day of March 5, 2019, is a date that will forever beset Anita Chambers of Elizabethtown. On that day, her son, Brandon took his life. A student at Central Hardin High School, Brandon was just 14.
Many adults don’t mind missing a birthday recognition or two and haven’t missed celebrating it during the COVID pandemic.
Sue Nugent enjoys sharing crafts and country wisdom for the community.
If Jescanta Lucas of Elizabethtown had a tag line for her life story, she said it would read “Be your own kind of beautiful.” It is a simple sentiment, but one that encapsulates the journey Lucas has been on throughout the past two years though her newfound career in modeling.
Central Hardin High School counselor Angie Davis sees her job as something that simply needs to be done.
I suppose with three school-age children and a packing deadline there just wasn’t enough time to sort through boxes of memorabilia.
Whether it was service throughout her more than 30-year career in the military or through her many community involvements, retired Lt. Col. Terry Owens always has emphasized care for others.
If anyone was named perfectly for their profession. it’s Violette McMurtry. The 69-year-old has spent most of her life in the floral business. She’s currently the owner of Sonora Florist and is active in the Sonora community.
Since she was a toddler watching her mother play piano, Julienne Wilkes of Elizabethtown has had a deep love of music. Now, she spends her time sharing that joy with others.
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Jeannie Lett, of Vine Grove, has a passion for education and baking.
Throughout her life, Ann DeCapua of Elizabethtown has taken on many identities, including healthcare professional, artisan and world traveler.
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