• Campbellsville Woman's Club hosts art exhibit

    Campbellsville Woman's Club hosted its monthly meeting on Jan. 26 at First United Methodist Church on Main Street.

    Club president Roberta Moore introduced the program, which was on fine arts. Sixty-six students from the two local high school arts departments displayed their works to be judged by club members. Teachers, parents and students were all invited as guests.

    Ann Hodge, chair of fine arts, and her committee served refreshments.

  • Blair honored with wedding shower

    Terri Blair was honored with a personal wedding shower on Feb. 21 at the home of Shelia Wade. Blair will marry Russ Slinker in April. Pictured are, from left, Wade and Fay Veatch, hostesses; Cassidy Blair and Cayli Blair, the bride's daughters; Blair; Patty Nunn, hostess; and Alice Slinker, the groom's mother.

  • Creason

    Alton and Nettie Creason of Greensburg celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 17 at a dinner at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Theresa and Junior Bryant.

    The Creasons were married on Jan. 17, 1959, at the home of the Rev. Jim Bloyd.

  • Catlin-Noland

    Elizabeth Catlin and Joseph Noland III announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage planned for May in Columbus, Ohio.

    Catlin is the daughter of Jack and Carol Catlin of Dublin, Ohio. She is employed as a teacher at East Hardin Middle School in Glendale, Ky.

    Noland is the son of Joe and Sherri Noland of Campbellsville. He is a graduate of Taylor County High School and has a B.A. in educational ministry from Campbellsville University. He is employed by the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Organization.

    They live in Elizabethtown.


  • Moore, Shively donate to Locks of Love

    LeAnn Moore and Marie Shively donated their hair to Locks of Love, an organization that provides wigs for children suffering from medical hair loss.

  • Roberts

    Suzanne and Hearl "Pig" Roberts celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 30 in Alparetta, Ga. with their family.

    The Robertses have three daughters and two sons-in-law, Kimberly and Greg Lovell of Gainsville, Ga., Tammy and Steve Speer of Alparetta and Melody "Missy" Roberts of Spring Hill, Fla. They also have four grandchildren, Phillip Troy and Karley Speer and Ethan and Gabriel Lovell.

    The couple moved to Campbellsville in 1998 from Wimauma, Fla., where they had lived for 38 years.

  • Transportation Cabinet hosts safety program for mature drivers

    The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is reaching out to educate maturing drivers statewide about safety issues that can affect their age group.

    A presentation hosted recently for drivers 55 and older at the Taylor County Senior Citizens Center included handouts, giveaway items and a question-and-answer session.

    Chuck Geveden, executive director of the Office of Highway Safety, recommends that older drivers stay current on traffic safety laws and be aware of changing abilities and limitations behind the wheel.

  • Robison celebrates fourth birthday

    Landon Robison recently celebrated his fourth birthday with a SpongeBob SquarePants party. He is the son of Michael and Jamie Robison of Campbellsville. His grandparents are John and Dianne Harris and W.R. and Kaye Robison, all of Campbellsville. Pictured are, from left, front: Clay McLean, Lane Whitley holding Raegan Cundiff and Noah Wilson. Back: Will Judd, Jenny Miller holding Jack and Izzie Miller, Samantha Johnson, Meredith Pogue, Jacob Cundiff, Landon, Jade Keltner, Tucker Pogue, Ethan Warren, Parker Kate Davis and Shelbie Pierce.

  • Dudgeon-Gray

    Mark and Chris Dudgeon and Jr. and Patti Southern, all of Campbellsville, announce the marriage of their daughter, Brittany Dudgeon, to Darian Gray, the son of Donald and Patricia Gray, also of Campbellsville.

    A private ceremony took place on Saturday, Feb. 21 at Barefoot Beach in Naples, Fla.

    A reception will be hosted in the couple's honor upon their return at the American Legion in Campbellsville. It will take place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28.

    All relatives and friends are invited to attend.

  • Cookies are coming!

    Fresh from the bakery, Girl Scout cookies are in. Starting today, nearly 300,000 boxes of cookies will be distributed to Girl Scout Troops each day for delivery.

    When Cookie Week ends on Feb. 21, nearly 2 million boxes will be on their way to waiting customers. Local Girl Scouts will start setting up cookie booths Feb. 23. Cookie lovers can also place orders online at www.kyanags.org.