Jacob Stephens of Hodgenville and Courtney Guengerich of Hebron announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
The bride to be is the daughter of Steve Guengerich and Kim Swinford. She is a 2006 graduate of Conner High School and received her bachelor’s degree in health sciences from the University of Kentucky in 2010. She works as a medical technologist at a dermatology office in Lexington.
The Kentucky Museum and Heritage Alliance, a professional association for museums and local history organizations administered by the Kentucky Historical Society (KHS), presented three awards during its June 7 annual meeting luncheon in Maysville.
The Hardin & LaRue Diabetes Coalition will meet 6 p.m. July 5 at the Lincoln Trail District Health Department. It is open to anyone with interest in early diagnosis, reduction of complications, prevention and elimination of diabetes.
For more information or to register for classes, contact Melissa Conder at 769-1601, Ext. 1035.
Mother of the Year – LaRue County Fair
The Mother of the Year award is sponsored by the LaRue County Extension Homemakers and is announced during the County Fair. Nomination forms are available at the Extension Office or can be found on the Extension Office website, Family & Consumer Sciences page at http://ces.ca.uky.edu/larue/familyconsumersciences or call 358-3401 for more information. Nominations are due to the Extension Office by July 8.
Twenty-five students spent two days with nationally known basket maker Martha Wetherbee.
Wetherbee and husband Alan Litchfield returned to Hodgenville Friday and Saturday for the third workshop in a series of four that provided materials and instruction in creation of the “Lincoln Bicentennial Penny Basket” set.
Most of the students were working on the third basket that features the Illinois penny. Two completed the first in the set – the Kentucky years and one completed the Indiana penny basket that was offered first last year.
The summer is here, and we have already endured some very hot days. Hopefully, we are all eating less, exercising more, and staying hydrated by drinking more water. Water, the nutrient our body needs the most, also helps prevent dehydration. The effects of dehydration can range from thirst to kidney failure and are usually silent but progressive. Therefore, we need to pay attention to the early signs of water loss because before we know it, we can become severely dehydrated.