Letters to the Editor

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 TLC appreciates help

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support in the search and rescue of two of our residents on the night of Jan. 7, 2014.

Thank you to the community for volunteers who helped search for these special needs boys; for the people who brought food, water and refreshments to the workers, and the search and rescue teams.

Area churches, fire departments, sheriff’s offices, search and rescue, The Life Connection staff and Kentucky State Police provided support in finding these two boys and returning them safely to their cottage.

Without the help and support of these fine men and women, the search for these children would have taken much longer than it did and our residents could have suffered medical injuries from the cold.

Thank you all. We appreciate every one of you.

Bruce Arnette

Executive Director

The Life Connection, Inc.



Generous supporters

As we enter a new year and reflect upon the successes of 2013, I want to take this opportunity to thank and recognize the very generous supporters of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System and United Way of Central Kentucky.

Each year, LTBHS holds a Silent Auction as part of our United Way campaign and once again, we were blessed by very kind and compassionate local businesses and individuals that care and support Untied Way. Our auction, held December 6, raised $2,100 (an increase from 2012) and ALL proceeds were donated to UWCK to help improve the lives of our local citizens.

Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System would like to thank the following businesses and individuals and we encourage you to support these community leaders as much as possible:  Atria, Brandenburg Telecom, WULF Radio, WAKY Radio, Bernheim Forest, The Corvette Museum, Metro Auto Spa, the Louisville Bats, Kentucky Horse Park, Hardin Memorial Hospital, Kerr Office Group, Recovery Works, Thomas Technical Services, Blakey Printing, Kindred Healthcare, Rep. Jimmie Lee, WQXE Radio, Beech Bend Park, Leigh Burba, Lynette Mathis, Chuck Webb, Charlotte Davis, Ripley Aquarium, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Kentucky Railway Museum, Marengo Cave, the Louisville Ballet, Dollywood, The Stephen Foster Story, Woodland Gallery, Jeaneen Goodhue, Kathie Noel, Comedy Caravan, First Citizens Bank, Towne Mall, Clark Jewelers, E-town Florist, E-town Swim & Fitness Center, Bobby and Bonnie Mahanna, The Rosey Posey, Western Kentucky University E-town/Fort Knox, Five Star, Laurie Doyle, Mary Kay Consultant, and Deborah Wesley, Scentsy Consultant.

Once again, thank you to these donors. We truly appreciate their support of our hospital and United Way of Central Kentucky.

Living United,

Kendra Stewart Scott

Public Relations Liaison and United Way Employee Coordinator

Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System