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Society

  • 4-H News

    Saffell Street Clover Club

    Today at Saffell Street our class chose leaders. There is a president, a vice president, a secretary and reporters.

    The president is Rachel Watts. The vice president is Makenzie Cole. The secretary is Leah Rennels. The reporters are Lainie Alsabrook and Anna Ferguson.

    All of the leaders took an oath about being responsible. They also chose a team name. Our name is “Saffell Street Clover Club.”

    —Lainie Alsabrook and Anna Ferguson

  • Ghost hunter, JeffWaldridge, to discuss Lawrenceburg’s past

    Jeff Waldridge will present “Lawrenceburg: Echoes of the Past” at 7 p.m. on Nov. 24 at the Anderson Senior Center, located at 160 Township Square in Lawrenceburg.

    A well-known ghost hunter and host of ghost walks in Lawrenceburg, Waldridge will discuss Lawrenceburg’s past and explore its interesting people, places and events that have almost been forgotten, organizers said.

    The program is free and sponsored by Anderson Community Education.

  • Senior Calendar, Nov. 18

     Wednesday, Nov. 18

    10 a.m. Arnold Clark’s Old Timer’s Band

    Noon Potluck

     

    Thursday, Nov. 19

    8:30 a.m. Breakfast club

    9 a.m. Exercise, errands and shopping

     

    Friday, Nov. 20

    10 a.m. Salt dough ornaments with Laura

    10:30 a.m. Nutrition with Joan

    11:30 a.m. Lunch

    12:30 p.m. Cards and games

     

    Monday, Nov. 23

    10 a.m. Rockin’ with Rick

    11:30 a.m. Lunch

  • Four generations
  • Corley Anniversary

    Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Corley celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Friday, Nov. 6, in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

    They have two children, Mike Corley and his wife, Kay, and Karen Smith, all of Lawrenceburg.

    Their grandchildren are Michael Corley and Keturah Corley of Lawrenceburg; Jeremy Smith and Robin Smith of Versailles; and Bruce Carrier and Kara Carrier of Texas.

  • French toast casserole great holiday breakfast idea

    By Ciara Hyatt, Cooking Columnist

    With the holidays only a few weeks away I’m sure we all have a long list of things to do before the “big day” arrives.

    Whether it be preparing our house for guests, planning a large meal, or making travel plans to visit loved ones- there is always a lot to do this time of year.

  • Senior Center Calendar Nov. 11

    Wednesday, Nov. 11

    Closed, Veterans Day

     

    Thursday, Nov. 12

    8:30 a.m. Breakfast club

    9 a.m. Exercise

    5:30 – 7 p.m. Bean soup and cornbread supper. Jammin’ with Rick. Cost is $5.

     

    Friday, Nov. 13

    10:30 a.m. Surprise guest

    11:30 a.m. Lunch

    12:30 p.m. Cards, games

     

    Monday, Nov. 16

    10:30 a.m. Music with Ed Curtsinger

    10:30 a.m. Hearing solutions with Kathy

    11:30 a.m. Lunch

  • Cuttin’ Up Country Style Hair Salon open house set

    About 11 miles west of Lawrenceburg there is a nice white two-story frame farm house, landscaped with lots of flowers and a well-kept lawn. The distinctive house sits on about 70 acres of farmland.

    It was formerly the home of the late Earl and Louise Puckett. Now it’s the home of the Cuttin’ Up Country Style Hair Salon and Gift Shop.

  • “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, the Exhibit” opens Thursday in Frankfort

    The “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas Exhibit” is sponsored by the Kentucky Historical Society and will open at 5 p.m. during Frankfort’s Candlelight tradition, according to a news release.

    The exhibit will feature costumes, props and other items associated with the movie “White Christmas” displayed like the public never before has seen them.

  • Politicians learn about senior meal program

    Local, state and federal politicians got a first-hand look last week at the meal program offered at the Anderson Senior Center in Lawrenceburg.

    “We invited them to visit the center so we could show them how important the meals program is to seniors in Anderson County,” said Steve Carmichael, the center’s director.

    “It was an effort throughout the state by senior centers to share information with those making budgetary decisions that would include continued support of our seniors and the services that are so desperately needed.”