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Today's Features

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    Lincoln Days accepting applications

    The Lincoln Days Committee is now accepting applications for food, arts and crafts and commercial booths for the Oct. 6-7 Lincoln Days Festival. For more information, visit www.lincoln days.org or call the Lincoln Days office at (270) 358-8710.

    LaRue County Reads

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    Free yard sale by Sonora United Methodist

    Sonora United Methodist Church will hold a free yard sale beginning at 8 a.m. Sept. 15 at the corner of Ky. 84 and U.S. 31-W. Donations accepted.

    Pig roast at Middle Creek

    Middle Creek Baptist Church will hold a community day pig roast beginning at 5 p.m. Sept. 15. Free food, games, bouncy house, music and door prizes.

    Mount Tabor homecoming

  •  The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection’s bi-monthly luncheon was Sept. 10 at Stone Hearth Restaurant. About 50 ladies from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia and Leitchfield attended. 

    The guest speaker was Carol Morris, a national Stonecroft Ministries speaker from Loudon, Tenn.

    She spoke on “Daring to Find Victory” which was her life struggle to overcome fear and to trust God with the future. 

    Breanna Decker from Gilead Baptist Church provided special music. 

  •    The Kentucky Warbler, a publication of the Kentucky Ornithological Society, included a sighting in LaRue County in its August issue.

      A photo of 17 American White Pelicans floating on Sportsman’s Lake on Campbellsville Road (taken by Linda Ireland, editor of The LaRue County Herald News), was published as part of an “unusual sighting” article.

  •  LCHS Class of 1972

  •  Lois Henning and Lisa Harris admire some of the 150 articles on display at the Lincoln Museum Community Room Art Exhibit. The exhibit will be on display through Sept. 25. For viewing you may see the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce or the Museum staff. A reception will be held 2-4 p.m. Sept. 22.

  •  I wait for the Lord, my soul waits, and in his word I put my hope. Psalms 130:5

    This verse gives us two specific instructions: wait for the Lord and put your hope in his word.

    So many times we want to rush ahead of the Lord. We think we know what action to take and how to proceed, but the Bible clearly instructs us to wait for the Lord to work, to instruct and to lead.

  •  “Finally, my brothers, rejoice in the Lord” (Philippians 3:1). When we become Christians we have the “joy of the Lord.” But over time and through many experiences some seem to lose their joy.

    King David lost his joy and came to the Lord with the request – “Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation” (Psalm 51:12). For David it was adultery, but there are many other joy killers in life. Our concern today is how to restore or maintain the joy God gives us. 

  •  Kentucky has the third-highest childhood obesity rate in the country and the seventh-highest rate in adult obesity, Trust for America's Health ‘F as in Fat’ report shows. Sixty percent of Kentucky women and 80 percent of men living in the state are either overweight or obese.