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Community News

  • Community News - October 18, 2017

    The Fall Revival at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home was a great success and well attended by residents, family and friends. Everyone was revived after the word from Reverend David Miller and Reverend Billy Curle.

    Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Williamson on the arrival of their son Samson James Williamson who was born September 2. Sue Williamson is the proud grandmother.

    This Thursday evening at 6 p.m. will be choir rehearsal at First Baptist.

  • Hodgenville News - October 18, 2017

    Thought for the week: Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant.

    I will be taking over the position of public relations for

    Sunrise Volunteers. In the next few weeks, I will be going over history of how the Volunteers got started and I will be interviewing volunteers on why volunteering is important to them.

    I am sure not ready for the cold temps to move in and definitely won’t be ready for the time change either.

  • Community calendars - October 18, 2017

    Community calendar

    EXTENSION

    Weighing in on sleep

       There will be a weighing in on sleep class at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, October 30 at the LaRue County Extension Office. Not getting enough sleep can cause weight gain and fatigue. The class explains the stages of sleep and ways to improve your sleep for a healthier lifestyle. The class issponsored by the County Homemaker organization and is open to everyone; no registration required.

    Monthly knitting class

  • LaRue Saddle Club Memorial Show
  • Santa Helpers Toy Drive

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as the Annual Toy Drive for the Santa Helpers is underway. Donations are now being accepted of new or gently used toys for this program and are being accepted for all ages from newborns to teenagers.

    For more information on how you can help, call Ann ‘Snookie’ Morrison at 270-763-7024 to arrange for pick up or you can simply drop off items at 760 Salem Lake Road, Hodgenville. Volunteers are needed, as well as supplies of batteries of all sizes.

  • Cooking corner - October 18, 2017

    Ground Meat and Bean

    Casserole

    1. ½ pound extra lean ground beef

    2. ½ cup onion (chopped)

    3. 2 cans (16 oz.) baked beans

    4. ¼ cup ketchup

    Brown ground meat in skillet. Add onion and cook until tender. Add beans and ketchup. Heat thoroughly. It provides six servings.

  • Child abuse prevention trainings in Elizabethtown

    Attorney General Andy Beshear, the Kentucky Association of Children’s Advocacy Centers and Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky today announced upcoming child sexual abuse prevention trainings in Elizabethtown for organizations that serve children.

    The November 30 trainings at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown are aimed at daycares, summer camps, churches and other youth-serving organizations with program evaluation and implementation of an action plan that will strengthen protocols and policies to safeguard children from sexual abuse.

  • Hanging with Heroes: local program brings Christmas to families in need

    Sergeant James Richardson is looking forward to Christmas shopping—not just for kids but also with them. Each year, Richardson, along with a group of officers from the sheriff’s department and fire department push carts through Walmart and watch as children from LaRue County pick out clothes and toys for Christmas. From babies to teenagers, every participant loves getting Christmas gifts, but what do kids think of shopping with a police officer?

  • Cooking corner - October 11, 2017

    Quick Cookies

    1/4 cup brown sugar

    1/2 cup margarine (softened)

    1 cup flour

    1tsp vanilla

    Mix all ingredients and form into one inch balls. Place on cookie sheet and bake ten minutes at 350 degrees.

  • Hodgenville News - October 11, 2017

    Thought for the week: Instead of causing chaos and rocking someone else’s boat, you need to row your own.

    Another Lincoln Days is in the books. It was beautiful weather on Saturday. I went for a couple of hours and visited with Regina Dobson and Joyce Devers at CreekFront Park. I watched some of the pioneer games at CreekFront. I hated that rain moved in for Sunday.

    This Friday night is the big football game against Elizabethtown. I hope it is an easy game. Good luck Hawks and make us proud.