If you’re interested in making sewing more than just a hobby, Cooperative Extension’s Master Clothing Volunteer program might be right for you. Recruitment for the Master Clothing Volunteer Class of 2016 is ongoing through the end of June.
A master volunteer is an individual who goes above and beyond the traditional volunteer role. Master Clothing Volunteers have basic knowledge of sewing and garment construction skills. They are interested in receiving in-depth training in the subject and are dedicated to helping others learn their art.
Thought for the week: You have a choice each and every single day. I choose to feel blessed. I choose to feel grateful. I choose to be excited. I choose to be thankful. I choose to be happy.
On April 1, Kyknitwits knitting group met at Back Home Restaurant for their second mini get together. There were eight who attended. We enjoyed lunch together and got in some knitting and crocheting. I loved seeing everyone.
Adrian and Moniea Loyall celebrate 60 years of marriage April 14, 2016. Adrian Loyall, an Air Force veteran that served during the Korean conflict, has owned and managed many small businesses during the years including Morrison Farm Service in Hodgenville. The most recent was the ice cream trailer that he and his wife Moniea partnered and operated called M&M Homemade Ice Cream. It was a venture that brought the whole family together.
Tanner and Brooklynn Skaggs proudly announce the birth of their brother, Raylan Tate Skaggs, who was born Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds 11 ounces and was 19.5 inches long.
The Buffalo Fire and Rescue have a free 8x10 professional color family portrait for a donation of $25 or more. A representative from Parish Promotions will go door to door in the coverage area with an I.D. to collect and give out receipts. Buffalo Fire and Rescue is asking for $25 or more to help with purchasing turnout gear.
All Relay for Life Teams
Annual Roadblocks on Saturday, April 16 at McDonald’s Intersection and Rite Aid Intersection
Don Cottrell of Elizabethtown has retired as a financial representative in Modern Woodmen of America’s Kentucky West Region.
A U.S. Army veteran and former Baptist pastor, Cottrell joined Modern Woodmen in 1969 and has earned several accolades from the fraternal financial services organization. He has been recognized for his business achievements through membership in Modern Woodmen’s Century Club, President’s Club and President’s Cabinet, which annually honor successful representatives.