.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Club

  • PHOTO: Rolling Thunder raises POW/MIA flag

     Rolling Thunder Inc. Chapter 4 Kentucky in association with The Lusk Group performed a POW/MIA flag-raising on June 9 in Muldraugh. The flag-raising team consisted of John Locke, Mike Preston, Cap Stanley, Mike Hill and Charley Wachowski. Mark Gill led the formation of Rolling Thunder Inc. Chapter Four Kentucky members.

  • South Fork Area Homemakers resume meeting in September

    The South Fork Area Homemakers have had a busy time these past two months.

    In May, Patsy Thomas demonstrated to the Club how to make a fruit centerpiece.  She discussed how fruit provides lots of color, nutrients and taste and makes great gifts when cut and arranged into a beautiful bouquet or other types of arrangements.  We then were rewarded by getting to eat the different fruits that she provided.

    Our Club voted to donate $175 to the local 4-H Camp endeavor.

  • PHOTO: Mark Twain visits Ancestral Trails

     Ancestral Trails met earlier this month with Monie Matthews as guest speaker. He portrayed the writer Samuel Clemons also known as Mark Twain. He explained how he got his name and his adventures in the Civil War. Clemons’ parents were from Adair County. ATHS will meet again Friday, July 6 when Steve Mather will demonstrate his grave-dowsing skills at the Elizabethtown Cemetery.

  • PHOTO: Beeler speaks to Rotary Club

     Warren Beeler representing the National Pork Board was the featured speaker at Hodgenville Rotary Club’s weekly meeting. 

  • PHOTO: Heath presents barn quilt project to Rotary Club

     Beverly Heath representing Clothesline of Quilts was the featured speaker at Hodgenville Rotary Club’s meeting. Heath is pictured with barn quilt designs on display throughout LaRue County. 

  • PHOTO: Melissa Howell visits Rotary Club

     Melissa Howell from the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition was the featured speaker at the May 10 meeting of the Hodgenville Rotary Club. The Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition is a non-profit organization and a national leader in the clean fuels market. Howell spoke on how her organization provides alternative fuel resources for Kentucky educators, consumers, and providers of alternative fuels and vehicles. At left is Rotarian John Skaggs of LG&E. 

  • Sunrise Volunteers meet in April

     The semi-annual meeting of Sunrise Volunteers was held April 24 in Sunrise Manor's second floor chapel.

    Sunrise Manor provided a very pleasant meal of Alfredo lasagna, cheese cake, salad and drinks.

    LaDean Self introduced Steve Skaggs, a singer-musician from the Hodgenville area, as the evening's entertainment.

    Jim Kessler, secretary, read minutes of the Oct. 18, 2011, semi-annual meeting which were approved as read. 

  • Roberts speaks to Greensburg Rotary Club

     Vicki Trump and Diane Roberts of Golden Living Center-Green Hill were the guest speakers at the Greensburg Rotary Club April 3 meeting at Longhunters Coffee and Tea Company.

  • South Fork Homemakers meet May 24

     The South Fork Area Homemakers met March 20 at the LaRue County Extension Office.

  • PHOTO: Murphy addresses Obamacare

    Michelle Murphy of Hardin Memorial Hospital was the featured speaker at Thursday’s Hodgenville Rotary Club meeting. She spoke on the expansion of the hospital in the community and the effects of Obamacare on the hospital.