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Club

  • Livestock Club Community Service Project

    The 4-H Livestock Club has been collecting items for the local Santa Bus for their community service project. Members met to clean the items, install batteries if needed, and prepare them for delivery. Ann “Snookie” Morrison met with the club to pick up their donation, in time for Christmas Eve delivery. From left, William Pearman, Abigail Hazelwood, Holden Madriaga, Lexi Grimes, Emily Pearman, Makenzie Hornback and Morrison.

  • Rotary guest

    Bob Stewart, right, from the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet was the guest speaker at the Hodgenville Rotary Club. Rotarian Tom Claycomb is at left.

  • 4-H Calendar

    The 4-H Cooking Club will meet 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Dec. 27 at the LaRue County Extension office. 

  • Arts & Crafts Explorers

    4-H Arts & Crafts Explorers Club

    The Arts & Crafts Explorers 4-H Club met in December and the members made rag dolls using yarn.

  • Sunrise Manor Volunteers meet Oct. 15

    The Sunrise Volunteers’ semi annual meeting was Oct. 15.

    President Rita Smith welcomed everyone and led the prayer. A meal was provided by Sunrise Manor.

    The minutes of the April 23 meeting were read by secretary, Emogene Gardner, and approved by the group.

    Peggy Edwards gave the treasurer’s report.

    Julia Kessinger said the Volunteers were present at nine funerals (106 in attendance). No report was given on membership.

  • Local Masons honored at Louisville meeting

    Members of B.R. Young Lodge #132 were honored at last week’s Grand Lodge meeting at the Galt House in Louisville.
    The lodge was presented with the Grand Master’s Lodge of Excellence Award. Only 22 of 394 lodges successfully completed the requirements for this prestigious award.
    Accepting the award for all members was this year’s Worshipful Master, Bill Gehr.

  • PHOTO: Clarity Solutions

    Elizabethtown Junior Women’s Club collected supplies for Clarity Solutions for Women for their quarterly product drive. Pictured are Hilary Skaggs, Eileen Townsend, Leanna Milby and Leslie Steiner.

  • PHOTO: Rotary winner

    Tommy and Ramona Despain were the winners of the $2,000 Rotary-sponsored Lincoln Days raffle. Rotarian Paula Varney, right, sold the winning ticket.

  • Hodgenville Masons honored

    Members of B.R. Young Lodge #132 were honored at last week’s Grand Lodge meeting at the Galt House in Louisville.

    The lodge was presented with the Grand Master’s Lodge of Excellence Award. Only 22 of 394 lodges successfully completed the requirements for this prestigious award.

    Accepting the award for all members was this year’s Worshipful Master, Bill Gehr.

  • PHOTO: Rotary knife maker

     Gene Baskett from Baskett Custom Knives was Thursday’s speaker at the Hodgenville Rotary Club. Baskett, the guest of Rotarian Cheryl Thomas, is the president of the knife maker's guild. His knives can be seen at www.baskettknives.com.