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Community News

  • Reunion brought the Brown family together

    The family of the late Mr. and Mrs. William B. Brown their annual reunion June 21 at Fairview Christian Church Fellowship Hall.

    Those attending were:

    •Marie Brown Hyatt

    •Steve Hyatt

    • Steve, Anne, Ethan, Ella and Ruby Cummins

    •Carie and Sophie Mancuso.

    •Audry and Ava Carpenter.

    •Maggie Brown Wells.

    •Ray and Sharan Stapp.

    •Beverly Benedict.

    •Terri and Bradley Collins.

    •Allen and Ruth Wells.

  • 142nd Lawrenceburg Fair & Horse Show Schedule

    Today, June 25

    •5:30 p.m. - 2=Year-Old Baby Show.

    •3-Year-Old Wee Miss & Mister.

    •4-Year-Old Tiny Miss & Mister.

    Call Carolyn Cole at 502.680.1438 for information.

    •6 p.m. - Laser Tag (free with paid admission).

    •7:30 p.m. - Championship Horse Show.

    Thurs., June 26

    •6 p.m. - Little Miss & Mister Pageant.

    Lase Tag (free with paid admission).

    •6:30 p.m. - Kentucky State Fair Bears.

  • KSP warns public about leaving children in hot cars

    The Kentucky State Police remind parents not to leave a child alone in a hot car as temperatures in the Bluegrass are on the rise.

    It may seem like common sense, but every year law enforcement agencies answer calls about unattended children in vehicles. The National Safety Council reports that nine children have already died in 2014 from being left in hot cars across the U.S.

    An ongoing study by San Francisco State University estimates that since 1998, there have been 615 heatstroke deaths of children left in vehicles, an average of 38 deaths per year.

  • City’s fireworks are July 4

    The upcoming Lawrenceburg Fourth of July festivities will be held Fri., July 4.

    The event lineup is:

    •Veterans Parade Line up at 4:30 p.m. at the American Legion Fairgrounds located at 725 W Broadway St, Lawrenceburg KY 40342.

    There will be hot dogs, chips and other refreshments provided for all participants during line-up. The Anderson County American Legion Auxiliary Unit 34 sponsors this event.

    •Veteran’s parade starts at 5:30 p.m. from American Legion park to Lawrenceburg Green.

  • District horse show champ!
  • Distinguished Young Women program is Aug. 9

    Distinguished Young Women of Kentucky is an official state preliminary of Distinguished Young Women, a national scholarship program that promotes and rewards scholarship, leadership and talent in young women.

    In addition to earning scholarships for college, those who participate in the Distinguished Young Women program develop friendships, self-confidence and other life skills that pave the way for future success.

  • Summer reading program headlines host of public library happenings

    The Anderson Public Library Summer reading program is going on now.

    This year’s theme is “Spark a reaction, read!”

    For more information, contact Sherry Noon at 502.839.6420.

    Here are upcoming events:

    •Summer Reading Monday: now through July 14 from 10-10:30 a.m. for toddles up to 2 years old at the Story time Class in the library.

    This is a fun way to start the Toddlers involvement in a Story time Class.

    Preschool class Monday 11 a.m.- noon events:

  • CASA seeks volunteers

    Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of the Bluegrass is seeking dedicated volunteers to begin training in July.

    CASA is a national organization, which provides trained volunteers to serve as advocates for abused, neglected, or dependent children involved in family court.

    These volunteers provide factual, unbiased reports to the court while working toward a plan that ensures that the children are in safe and permanent homes as quickly as possible.

  • Chamber scramble raised $5,000 for operational costs

    Scott Brothers Construction was champ and Lawrenceburg Supply finished runner-up but everybody who participated in the recent Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble was a winner.

    The annual event, held at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course, raised $5,000 for operational expenses.

    It is one of three major events the Chamber holds - Business Expo, Golf Scramble and Annual Gala - to raise money for operating the Chamber, according to Chamber Pres. Pam Brough.

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