Are you saving money?
Most people aren’t, thanks to the economy and the high cost of gasoline and food.
But it’s something that households should consider, not only for retirement but to take care of those gremlins that seem to jump out and bite us whenever we think things are going good. (You know, the windstorm takes off the roof; the car needs a new battery; or the sewer backs up.)
You do have an emergency fund … don’t you?
If you have developed a method for saving money or cutting expenses, why not share it with others?
Dining at home with family and friends is rewarding and enjoyable. In the coming year, consider making cooking and dining at home a priority in your family. It controls food costs and helps with weight management, and it brings a family together.
Research shows that having regular mealtime can improve the health of children, help with their social and emotional development, and help them do better in school.
The Magical Christmas Program and open house at Sunrise Manor was an outstanding event. The community and residents came together to celebrate the season.
Camille Turner, Eddie Black, Ron Benningfield and Glenn Williams delivered a beautiful selection of Christmas music. Residents were clapping hands, patting feet and keeping time with their hands on their wheelchairs.
Some residents enjoyed singing along with the songs that were familiar to them.
The first day of winter is the shortest day of the year, meaning daylight is at its minimum. It’s also the season in which motorists find themselves driving more in the dark – and encountering others who are driving without headlights.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Kentucky State Police remind motorists to make themselves visible. Crashes often occur because drivers don’t see other vehicles.
The Buffalo High School Bisons in this undated photo are front, Gene Scott, Bobby Durham, Leonard Scott, Charles McClain, and Morrison Rose; back, Coach Grant Jones, Clifford Reed, Billy Brooks, Bessie Bradshaw, Asa Jones, Edwin Downs and Principal Cecil Thompson. Superintendent Sam Sanders shared the photo.