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Community News

  • COLUMN: Add exercise without changing your routine

     What is the main reason you give for not getting enough exercise in your day?  Are you too busy, too tired when you get home from work or just don't have the energy to even think about exercising? We give all sorts of excuses and don't even want to hear the E-word some days. What if activity wasn't a dreaded thing and what if you could make it fun and fit it into your normal everyday routine?  Do I have your attention?

  • Advance ticket available for Battle of Perryville

     Guests planning to attend the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Perryville, Oct. 6-7, can save money and avoid long lines by purchasing advance tickets online.

    The Kentucky Department of Parks is offering advance tickets for the first time, with savings of between $5 and $7.50 on the ticket price. Advance sales will be available through Sept. 28.

  • LG&E and KU launch recycling program

     LG&E and KU’s is offering consumers the chance to recycle an inefficient refrigerator or freezer through the Fridge and Freezer Recycling Program.

    An inefficient refrigerator may be near and dear to your heart, but it could be sucking up nearly one month's worth of your energy usage by chugging year-round to keep its cool.

  • ENGAGEMENT: Kayla Aleece Carrico and Justin Dean Gray

     Kayla Aleece Carrico of LaRue County and Justin Dean Gray of Hardin County, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride to be is the daughter of Jim and Jill Carrico.

    The prospective groom is the son of Timothy Gray and Lana Wheeler.

    The wedding is May 19, 2012, at Rolling Fork Christian Church.

  • PHOTO: Sunrise Daycare celebrate 'The Week of the Horse'

     The “Week Of The Horse” was celebrated last week at Sunrise Manor Adult Daycare with a wide range of horse related events. The run for the roses was held on Friday followed by a Derby Party with special holiday food. Lou Floyd of Hodgenville won the first race. She was presented the red roses by daycare director, Beverly Heath

  • Sunrise Manor Volunteer's executive board meets

     President Rita Smith opened the executive board meeting of Sunrise Volunteers on May 1 with prayer.

    Jim Kessler read minutes of the Feb. 7 executive board meeting which were approved as read.

    Treasurer Wanda West reported receipts of $155 in membership dues and memorial donations. As of April 23 the treasury showed a balance of $3,518.55 with no outstanding bills.

    Historian Tickle Ragland reported that the scrapbook is up to date and that she needs pictures of activities in which the volunteers have participated. 

  • Senior Activities - May 9, 2012

     Prime Time Band to perform

    A dance will be held 7-10 p.m. May 11 at the LaRue County Senior Center, 112 N. Walters Ave., Hodgenville. The Prime Time Band will perform with musicians Jim Walters, Ronnie Priddy, Leroy Sherrard, Larry Seelye, Doug Gary and Joyce Oliver. For more information, call 737-5655 or 270-766-4437.

     

    Kentucky Public Retirees to meet

  • Reunion Calendar - May 9, 2012

     Holbert Wilkins

    The Holbert Wilkins reunion is 11 a.m. May 26 in the Union Christian Church fellowship hall. For more information, contact Ramona Dever at 358-3785.

     

    Rebeleers

    The East Hardin Rebeleer Band reunion is 4-11 p.m. June 16 at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown. The reunion is open to any member, parent or volunteer who worked with the program. Tickets are $20. To register for the event, call 737-2118 or visit www.rebeleers.com.

  • Relay teams unite in fight against cancer

     Of the 12 LaRue County Relay for Life teams, Buffalo Baptist and First Baptist Hodgenville are the two largest church teams in the area. They began their Relay fundraisers early in the Relay year and continue through this weekend.

  • Coffey, Coffey walk in Oaks Parade

     Ramona Coffey of Hodgenville is one of 138 cancer survivors who walked in the May 4 Survivors Parade on Kentucky Oaks Day.

    Those honored were selected through an online nomination and selection process. Three hundred sixty women from around the country were nominated.

    The Oaks is the Derby’s companion race for 3-year-old fillies. Patrons are encouraged to wear pink, the official color of the Oaks. The event raises funds and awareness for cancer research.