Alison Hines, formerly of Hodgenville and Kelly Thompson of Maysville are pleased to announce their engagement. Alison is the daughter of Jeannie and Gary Bell and the late Tim Hines, sister of Cheryl Miller. Hines currently lives in Georgetown and is a supervisor for Child Protective Services. Thompson is the son of Kim Thompson and Bill Thompson, brother of Tracey Thompson-Clark. He currently lives in Georgetown and is a team leader for Toyota. The couple ill be married in Wilmore at Estes Chapel in July.
Thought for the week: Happiness keeps you sweet, trials keep you strong, sorrow keeps you human, failures keep you humble and success keeps you glowing, but only God keeps you going.
Another Relay for Life has come and gone and once again. LaRue County has done an excellent job in supporting this great cause as they raised $60602.49. Way to go to all the teams and individuals that dedicated so much time and energy into this great cause.
Sunday, May 29, was the McDougal family reunion at the Hodgenville Community Center. Sunday was also Communion Sunday at First Baptist and Lane Lincoln. Arneva Smith was recognized, as she celebrated her 89th birthday. She is the second oldest member at First Baptist.
The Lincoln Cloggers will hold a reunion beginning at 6 p.m. June 16, at the Parks and Recreation building in Hodgenville. For all Lincoln Cloggers and instructors that started clogging in the years 1987-2016. The Lincoln Cloggers history, pictures and DVDs will be shown. If you have any to share please bring them. Bring sandwiches, chips and dip, desserts and your own beverages. Ben Graham, current instructor for the Lincoln Cloggers, will lead two or three numbers for those that want to refresh their memories of their clogging days.