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Today's Features

  •  James Arthur and Sylvia Martin Kessler of Magnolia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 11, 2012.

    They were married on May 11, 1962, in Westminister Presbyterian Church in Louisville by Rev. Syngman Rhea.

    Jim, the son of the late Rupert and Lucille Kessler, is a retired air force veteran.

    Sylvia, the daughter of the late Lebert and Lina Martin, is a homemaker.

    They have four daughters, Lina Hamilton, Lisa Howard, Karen Walker and Nancy Lane; and eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

  •  In recognition of National Stroke Awareness Month, HealthSouth Lakeview Rehabilitation Hospital, 134 Heartland Drive, Elizabethtown, will host an open house 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. May 30.

    There will be free blood pressure and blood sugar screens, stroke education, fall and safety education, technology inservice (equipment used for stroke rehab) and brown bag pharmacy (bring prescriptions and pharmacist will screen for adverse drug interactions).

    A light lunch will be provided and door prize awarded.

  •  With spring and summer, the list of chores that you want to do around the house has probably gotten a little longer. After being stuck inside for the winter months you may be glad to know that all of those chores will count as your daily physical activity.

    Here are some activities that you may have on your “to-do” list and about how many calories you will burn while you are doing them.

  • A wise man will hear and increase learning and a man of understanding will attain free counsel. Proverbs 1:5

    The principal author of Proverbs as King Solomon who was one of the wisest men who ever lived and one of the richest too.

    Solomon collected as well as wrote the proverbs. In I Kings 4:32 we read that he spoke 3,000 proverbs. In Ecclesiastes 1:1 he called himself “the preacher.” As such, he no doubt collected and quoted useful expressions just as a modern preacher might quote a poem or other saying.

  •  Melissa Howell from the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition was the featured speaker at the May 10 meeting of the Hodgenville Rotary Club. The Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition is a non-profit organization and a national leader in the clean fuels market. Howell spoke on how her organization provides alternative fuel resources for Kentucky educators, consumers, and providers of alternative fuels and vehicles. At left is Rotarian John Skaggs of LG&E. 

  •  May is National Stroke Awareness Month. A stroke, or cerebrovascular accident, is a life-threatening event in which the arteries of the brain become blocked or rupture, depriving the brain of adequate oxygen. When nerve cells do not receive oxygen, they cannot function and the cells die rapidly.

    Consequently, the parts of the body controlled by those nerve cells cannot function either. The effects of stroke are often permanent because dead nerve cells cannot be regenerated.

  •  The Tdap vaccine is used to prevent the serious health consequences that result from tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis diseases. The Center for Disease Control offers the following information about each of these diseases:

    Tetanus, also known as lockjaw, enters the body through cuts, scratches or wounds. It causes painful muscle spasms and stiffness, usually all over the body. It can lead to tightening of muscles in the head and neck so the victim cannot open his mouth or swallow, or sometimes even breathe. Tetanus kills about one out of five people who are infected.

  •  What is the main reason you give for not getting enough exercise in your day?  Are you too busy, too tired when you get home from work or just don't have the energy to even think about exercising? We give all sorts of excuses and don't even want to hear the E-word some days. What if activity wasn't a dreaded thing and what if you could make it fun and fit it into your normal everyday routine?  Do I have your attention?