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  • Wednesday, March 11

    10:30 a.m. Blood pressure with Phyllis

    10:30 a.m. Inspiration

    11:15 a.m. Stretching and flexing

    11:30 a.m. Lunch

    12:45 p.m. Rook / cards

    12:45 p.m. Get that puzzle

    Thursday, March 12

    8:30 a.m. Breakfast club

    9:00 a.m. Chair Yoga

    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Shopping and errands

    10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Kroger shopping day

    *Jim Sayre — Lincoln presentation postponed

    Friday, March 13

  • By Nancy Kennedy, faith columnist

    Back in 2001, my pastor announced to the congregation, “You don’t know God.”

    He went on to say, “If you think there’s somebody too hard for God to reach or a situation too difficult for him to fix, then you don’t know God. You don’t know what he’s able and willing to do in a person’s life.”

  • Antioch Christian Church will hold a revival this weekend, Friday through Sunday, with Bro. Rick Burdette as evangelist.

    Burdette is a former minister at Antioch and Anderson Christian Church. He is now at Gardenside Christian in Lexington.

    There will be special music before each service with the Good Ole Boys on Saturday night and the Hilltop Trio on Sunday night.

    Services will be at 6:45 Friday and Saturday night, 11 a.m. Sunday and 5:45 p.m. Sunday.

  • Central Baptist Church will begin its annual Soles 4 Souls Shoe drive on March 15.

    Central Baptist will be collecting all kinds of good used or new shoes.

    Shoes may be dropped off at the church, which is located at 1958 US 127 North in Lawrenceburg.

    Other churches and organizations have participated in the past.

    Churches or groups that would like to participate can have collection box placed at their facilities.

    Shoes will be collected by Central Baptist and processed for shipping.

  • Salvisa Christian Church will host A Lenten Journey each Monday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. through the end of March. A guided meditation will be provided to take participants on a journey through Lent via seven stations. The booklet, Fellowship of Prayer, by the Rev. Traci Smith will be used.

    Each week will have different scripture readings, meditations and prayers.

    “Visit one station or all seven. It’s up to you. It’s your journey,” organizers said.

    For more information, contact the Rev. Vicki Ray at 502- 229-0515.

  • Compiled by Janie Bowen

    Send old pictures or information for this page to

    jbowen@theandersonnews.com

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Feb. 25, 1965

    Celebrates 88th year

    It was stated on the front page that The Anderson News began its 88th year of publication with this issue. The Newspaper was established in 1877.

    Fire destroys three houses

  • What is it?

    •Totally Local features profiles of individuals and businesses that make things happen in our area.

    •The Anderson News is spreading the word and highlighting this community through Totally Local, uniting people, places and events that our readers will find unique. Watch for our next quarterly page in July to be “in the know” about the latest happenings and local merchants that provide reliable products and services to boost our hometown economy!

  • Spring is in the air with the smell of fresh cut grass, the sight of green trees and blooming flowers and the sound of a 9 iron slicing through a neatly trimmed fairway.

    With the onset of these changes comes one of the most highly anticipated local outings - the annual Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble.

  • New members:

    •Anderson Bistro.

    •Anderson Apothecary.

    •SUBWAY.

    •Hunter’s Grill.

    Membership renewals:

    •Four Roses Distillery LLC.

    •Tex’s Transmission.

    •Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course.

    •Hurricane Bay Car Wash.

    •Danville Office Equipment.

    •Mayor Edwinna Baker.

    •Lawrenceburg Flower Shop.

    •Storage Rentals of American.

  • Gratitude for Growers is a series about growers, farmers and craftsmen of the Anderson County Farmers Market. The stories will celebrate farmers market vendors and allow readers to have a greater appreciation of the local faces who produce.

    As a woodworker, Rick Davidson breathes new life into old, dilapidated wood barns, re-purposing the wood to create clocks, birdhouses, bird feeders and picture frames.

    “I like to use old 1800s barn wood,” said Davidson. “It looks nice and the wood lasts for a long time.”