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  • Sunrise Volunteers: Singing hymns and spiritual songs

    SUNRISE VOLUNTEERS

    I have received a few phone calls inquiring if volunteers help in the spiritual needs of residents at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home. Yes, we do.

    Volunteers run three spiritual activities every week, lasting about one hour each.

  • PHOTO: Big Brothers Big Sisters at Rotary
  • NARFE meets

     Chapter 1050 of the Elizabethtown National Active and Retired Federal Employees met in April after a winter hiatus. Members brought paper products for Clarity Solutions Crisis Pregnancy Center and used books for sale to raise money for the Alzheimer's Association. 

    During the business meeting, Chapter president Mary Tom Haun shared information from April’s State Convention.

    NARFE will meet 11 a.m. May 5 at the Nolin RECC conference room. This will be a potluck meeting, so come prepared to share and feast on the food. 

  • Sunrise Volunteers take on fundraising

     This month Sunrise Volunteers were quite busy. Along with other activities we are involved in with residents, we donated items and helped with several fundraisers.

    On April 3, residents on the second floor had a combined bake and yard sale with proceeds going toward decorations in the resident hallways. On April 18, residents on the second floor had a bake sale that helped complete decorations for Easter.

  • PHOTO: Kosair donation

     Proceeds from the 49th annual Brotherhood Banquet for Kosair Charities were presented by members of the Riasok Shrine Club and the Elizabethtown Knights of Columbus in the amount of $22,000 to Randy Coe, CEO of Kosair Charities. The members of both organizations are preparing for the 50th anniversary celebration to be held Feb. 28, 2015.

  • PHOTO: Rotary donation
  • PHOTO: EJWC welcomes new member
  • PHOTO: Rotary donation

     The Hodgenville Rotary Club donated $250 to Project Graduation. From left, Project Graduation chairperson Karen Adkins, LaRue County High School seniors Tyler Howell and Thomas Harman and Rotarian Katie McDowell

  • Ancestral Trails holding book fair

     Residents interested in local history or family ancestry can find books to help with research at an upcoming event.

    The Ancestral Trails Historical Society is hosting its 12th annual book fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown. Admission is free.

     “This year we will have several authors from the area and surrounding area offering books of historical note for sale along with a history jamboree,” said Ancestral Trails webmaster George Williams.

  • PHOTO: Rotary welcomes Patsy Whitehead