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Today's Features

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    From left, Diana Leathers, Frances Kilgore, and Julie Percefull, R.N., the staff of the LaRue County Health Department, participated in National Wear Red Day on Feb. 7. The American Heart Association sponsors this day to raise awareness in the fight against the number one killer of women in the United States - heart disease. Heart disease claims more lives than all forms of cancer combined. To learn more about the risk factors for heart disease visit www.goredforwomen.org.

  •  Members of the Elizabethtown Junior Woman's Club attended their third annual Charity Cocktail on Oct. 19. Proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society. Front from left, Jacinta Perkins, Michelle Nevitt, Leanna Milby, Teresa McMahan; back, Leslie Steiner, Eileen Townsend, Andrea Pelley, Shelley Brackett, Loren Shawley, Desiree Perkins and Hilary Skaggs.

  • Elizabethtown Junior Woman’s club officers for 2014 are from left, Past President Leanna Milby, Treasurer Shelley Bracket, Assistant Treasurer Michelle Nevitt, Membership Chair Leslie Steiner, Social Chair Jacinta Perkins, Vice President Eileen Townsend, and President Andrea Pelley.

  •  In the United States, many children will visit a dentist at some point during their childhood for the treatment of tooth decay (also known as a cavity). According to the Center for Disease Control, tooth decay affects children in the United States more than any other chronic infectious disease. It is five times more common than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever.

    Unfortunately, left untreated, tooth decay can develop into a painful infection causing problems with eating, speaking, playing, and learning.

  •  Did you know you can “adopt a resident” at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home?

    We have volunteers who spend one hour a week with one particular resident. We also have volunteers who spend time with different residents more than once a week.

    Reading, playing a game, taking residents for a wheelchair ride down the hall or to a different floor are some of the things residents really enjoy and never get tired of doing.

    Volunteers love to see happy faces on residents because they know “someone cares.”

  • Missy Herron and Jarrod Heath were married in a private ceremony on October 10, 2013, at the Marion and Frances Davenport Estate in Campbellsville.

    Olivia Herron served as her mother’s maid of honor while son Jackson Herron gave her away and served as a groomsman. Herron is the daughter of Tommy and Barbara Davenport of Campbellsville.

    Heath’s son, Weston, served as best man and his daughter Meredith Burns was a bridesmaid. Heath is the son of Pat and Beverly Heath of Hodgenville.