• 4-H Country Ham Auction

    The third annual 4-H Ham Auction was held on Saturday, October 7 during Lincoln Days.

    Twenty-six hams were sold with 80 percent of the sale price going to the 4-Her and 20 percent for 4-H Ham project expenses. A total of $4285 was raised. Special thanks to all the buyers and the auctioneer, Bobby Dobson.

    Ella Thomas, Champion Ham sold to Ryan Bivens

    Brayden McCandless, Reserve Champion Ham sold to Kenny McCandless in Memory of Owen McCandless

    Cyrus Bivens, Reserve Champion Ham sold to GB Miller

    Madison Wilmoth – JD Gentry

  • ALES Artists of the Quarter

    Pictured clockwise from upper left: The Artists of the Quarter at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School are 3rd grader Cameron Carney, 4th grader Ava Warren, 5th grader Tanner Skaggs, and 2nd grader Caden McMillion.

  • Personnel Changes - October 25, 2017

    The LaRue County Board of Education reviewed several personnel changes at their October meeting.

    Accepted the Recommendation of Employment of:

    Eric Marcum as Custodian at ALES

    Scott Clemons as Assistant Football Coach at LCMS

    Brandon Clemons as Assistant Football Coach at LCMS

    Bill Hawkins as Head Boys’ Soccer Coach for LCHS

    Laura Bauer as Asst. Girls’ & Boys’ Soccer Coach for LCHS

    Aaron Williams as Assistant Boys’ Soccer Coach for LCHS

  • School calendar - October 25, 2017

    KHIC Wee Time

  • 4-H Calendar - October 25, 2017

    4-H Arts and Crafts Explorers

    The 4-H Arts and Crafts Explorers Club that was scheduled for October 25 has been cancelled.

    4-H Fun Fridays

    A new series of 4-H Fun Friday’s open to youth ages 9-18 will begin on Friday, October 27 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Extension Office. The October Fun Friday will focus on the upcoming Piggy Bank Design Contest. Containers and supplies will be furnished. If you have a specific idea in mind, you are welcome to bring your own supplies.

    4-H Beginner’s Sewing Class

  • LaRue Co. well-represented at American Rabbit Breeders Convention

    The LaRue County 4-H Rabbit Club was represented well at the 94th American Rabbit Breeders Association Convention. It was held at the State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 1-5.

    Over 20,000 rabbits were exhibited at the show. Hunter Sams was in attendance to exhibit his Netherland Dwarfs and Dwarf Hotot rabbit breeds. The ARBA encourages youth exhibitors to develop knowledge and skill regarding rabbit showmanship.

  • Recognizing Safe Schools Week

    October 15-21 is Kentucky Safe Schools Week, a time in which schools across the state focus on anti-bullying prevention and safe school environments.

     This year’s campaign is “Get Involved and Get it Solved; stop the bullying.”

    When most people think of bullying, they imagine kids punching, kicking and hitting one another. But, physical bullying, though the most obvious, is not its only form.

  • LaRue County 4-H auctions 26 hams at Lincoln Days
  • School Calendar - October 18, 2017

    KHIC Wee Time

  • LaRue Students help with Lincoln Days

    Producing successful Lincoln Days celebrations year after year requires the cooperation of many individuals, groups, and organizations in LaRue County.

    LaRue County students from each of the schools are a major contributor to this effort.

    For instance, LaRue County speech students served coffee and juice, refilled drinks, cleared plates, plus washed dishes and cleaned tables at the Lincoln Days breakfast at the Woman’s Club in Hodgenville.