A building at the corner of North Walters Avenue and High Street in Hodgenville has seen a variety of uses over its existence. It has been transformed from a theater, to a bowling alley, to a pharmacy and a pawnshop. It is presently being renovated for use by the Greater Works Church to accommodate their growing congregation.
Kathy Vaughn attended Saturday’s reception for the art display by Sunrise Manor Silver Angels Adult Daycare. The event was held in the Lincoln Museum Community Room and featured artwork – jewelry, painting, woodworking and crocheting – by Daycare clients. Vaughn is the niece of Don Catlett, one of the artists.
Farmers with livestock or feed losses related to natural disasters such as the drought or Hurricane Isaac should document for disaster assistance programs. Document number and kind of livestock that have died, supplemented by photographs; dates of death; costs of transporting livestock to safer grounds or new pastures; and feed purchases if feed or grazing pastures or destroyed. For more information, contact the Farm Service Agency at 765-2702.