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  • Community Calendar

    EVENTS

    Gospel jamboree 

     

    The Hodgenville American Legion will have a gospel jamboree singing at 6 p.m. on February 24 at their post in Hodgenville. Soup and sandwiches will be served. Everyone is invited to attend the free event. 

    EXTENSION

    Expo

  • Community News

    Leland Thurman is at the Eastern Parkway rehab center in Louisville. Elizabeth Bell and Curtis Jackson were recently admitted to the hospital. They have returned home. Our deepest sympathy to the family of Teresa Mayberry who passed away last Saturday evening. She was a brave person who never let her illness keep her away from enjoying life with family and friends and serving God. Our prayers are with the family.

    Last week was the Pastors’ conference at the Galt House Hotel in Lousiville.

  • Community News

    Thought for the week: Life is not about being rich, being popular, being highly educated or being perfect. It’s about being real, being humble and being kind.

    Sinus infections are no fun. Angela had one last week and I have one this week. Those sinus headaches are the worst. Congratulations to Chris and Courtney Riggs on the birth of a daughter, Aurora Jade. Great-great-grandmother is Geneva Bell Tucker, great-grandparents are Freddy and Becky Hutcherson, grandparents are Jason and Jina Hutcherson.

  • Engagement

    Kyle Meredith 23, of Hodgenville popped the big question on the basketball court during the LCHS Hawks varsity basketball game on January 24 against Glasgow. Meredith proposed to his girlfriend Jamee McAdams, 21, of Elizabethtown.

  • Gardner joins Platinum Plus Realty

    Bobby Dobson, principal broker of Platinum Plus Realty, is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Gardner to their sales staff.

    Jennifer will specialize in residential listings and sales. Jennifer will be working full time out of the Platinum Plus Realty main office located at 228 West Dixie Avenue, Elizabethtown. 

  • Sunrise Volunteers news

    February 14 is known for centuries as Valentine’s Day; a day of proclaiming love for others. Almost everybody has someone special to love, almost. Once in a while there is someone who slips through the cracks of recognition, friendship, and love. In out community some at Sunrise Manor fall in to this category; unrecognized and neglected.

    “What can I do,” you ask? Come and see for yourself the fulfillment of volunteering! Visit someone; take them to an activity, read the Bible to them, show the love of Christ toward them; in short just be a good neighbor.

  • Community News

    Thought for the week: Be grateful and be positive, because life is too short to always be worried. Let go of the stress and realize you’re blessed.

    Hope everyone is careful driving Lincoln Parkway now the speed limit has gone up. I guess everyone knows if the speed limit is 65 MPH they will be driving 75, just saying. I never liked the Parkway, so definitely won’t be driving it now.

  • Hodgenville News

    Thought for the week: Be grateful and be positive, because life is too short to always be worried. Let go of the stress and realize you’re blessed.

    Hope everyone is careful driving Lincoln Parkway now the speed limit has gone up. I guess everyone knows if the speed limit is 65 MPH they will be driving 75, just saying. I never liked the Parkway, so definitely won’t be driving it now.

  • Love is in the air
  • Community News

    Rex Thompson was admitted to Hardin Memorial last week. Kristi Breckenridge continues to improve slowly. B.K. Smith has been awarded a scholarship to Eastern Kentucky University. Hats off to you!

    This Saturday will be Missionary Meeting at First Baptist.

    This Sunday will be Communion Sunday at Lane Lincoln and First Baptist.

    Thought for Today: “Never say die, never be discouraged in life and never give up on your faith or hope. Just keep pressing on or forward for there is light at the end of the tunnel.” Written by Emeasoba George.