“Ewww, not broccoli!” or “I’m not eating those carrots!” are common phrases echoed by many children at mealtimes, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Parents can do several things to get children to eat and enjoy a variety of fruits and vegetables. Children develop food preferences at an early age so the earlier and more often children eat vegetables, the better.
As a part of our community’s preparation for LaRue County’s Relay for Life event on May 11-12 at Hodgenville Elementary School, the local Relay for Life Committee is recognizing individual cancer survivors and their stories. This week, Mary Ann Crain, breast cancer survivor, is featured.
Employees of Amedisys Home Health volunteered at Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen serving and cleaned up for a recent Thursday meal. Amedisys staff also made a donation of $525 to the program. Front from left, presenting the donation to Warm Blessings Board Chair Linda Funk, are Elizabeth McNeil, Steve Vandorn, Billie Jo Lowrey and back row from left, Pam Littlejohn, Anna Kay Call, Lea McCartney, Linda Funk, Jessica Daugherty, Lisa Pullin and Diana Poynter.
The LaRue County Public Library has several new books and DVDs:
DVDs– Hugo; Puss in Boots; The Way; Tooth Fairy 2; Wyatt Earp's Revenge; Footloose; and Jack and Jill.
Books– Living Trusts for Everyone by Ronald Farrin Sharp; Eisenhower in War and Peace by Jean Edward Smith; Letters of Ernest Hemingway 1907-1922 by Ernest Hemingway; We Bought a Zoo by Benjamin Mee; Small Business Start Up Kit by Peri H. Pakroo; Catch Me by Lisa Gardner; and Celebrity in Death by J.D. Robb.