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Today's Features

  • October is National Domestic Violence Month, and in honor of the month, Campbellsville University's Sociology Club is hosting a "Beauty's for a Brighter Tomorrow" pageant to raise domestic violence awareness.

    The pageant will be Saturday, Oct. 18 at 9 a.m. in the Recital Hall at Campbellsville University's Gosser Fine Arts Center.

    Age groups for girls range from birth to 19 and older (married or single), and for boys ages birth to 4 years.

  • A benefit fall funfest and singing has been planned for Saturday with proceeds going to the family of Brook Johnson.

    Johnson, the 2-year-old daughter of Brian and Missy Johnson of Summersville, is currently at St. Jude Children's Hospital receiving cancer treatments.

    Holly Grove Baptist Church will host the benefit, which will include food, a silent auction and games, all beginning at 3 p.m. ET.

    Singing by the Durrett Family, Benjamin Whitlock and others will begin at 6 p.m. ET.

  • TEN YEARS AGO

    Oct. 15, 1998

    David Clark Dennis has received a Presidential Scholarship at Cumberland College in Williamsburg.

    The Taylor County High School Marching Cardinals competed at the Louisville Male Invitational Band Contest on Saturday and received its fourth distinguished rating of the season.

    Asa Swan, 19, a fifth-year senior at Huntington College, has been nominated by the school to be a Rhodes Scholar.

    John Holmes has followed up his individual state golf championship by earning Kentucky's Mr. Golf title for 1998.

  • Recently, a friend came to me with "the look." As the mom of a teenager, her face said what her words couldn't: "What happened to my child - what happened to me? I used to be smart; I used to be competent, and now I can't do anything right. I even breathe wrong. Just ask my kid."

    I hugged my friend and said, "Oh! It gets worse. But then it gets better!"

    Since then, I've been thinking a lot about my friend and how I can actually be a friend to her in these next few years. Truthfully, I am woefully lacking in friendship skills.

  • Living Grace Church is planning a community wide yard and bake sale Saturday beginning at 9 a.m.

    The church has lots of items to get rid of and welcomes others to do the same. Some of the items that will be sold include excess doors, trim, base boards, crown molding and casing, desks, filing cabinets, chairs, an oven, dry erase boards, pipe from a sprinkler system, televisions, heaters and a piano.

  • St. Mark United Methodist Church, located at 400 Meader St., will host its annual block party on Saturday, Oct. 18 from noon to 5 p.m.

    There will be singing, free food and an hourly prize giveaway. Also offered will be inflatables, Christian face art, a make-and-take salvation bracelet and other activities for the kids.

    All activities are free. The event will be canceled in case of rain.

    For more information, call 465-3500.

     

  • The Polston Family will be in concert on Sunday, Oct. 19 at Central Baptist Church in Lebanon. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. Central Baptist is located at the corner of Lee Avenue and St. Rose Road.

  • Sunny Hill Church of Christ is offering a free Bible correspondence course.

    Those interested should send their name and address to P.O. Box 124, Campbellsville, Ky. 42719.

    The course material will be sent to you free of charge.

     

  • Greater Campbellsville United and the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights will present a Hispanic Outreach Program on Saturday, Oct. 25 from 2 to 6 p.m.

    The event, which will feature informational booths, door prizes, food and more, will be at Campbellsville Baptist Church.

     

  • TEN YEARS AGO

    March 19, 1998

    The children of David and Ruth Quisenberry will host a celebration in honor of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, March 28.

    Jonathan C. Rafferty received a bachelor of science degree in accounting on Dec. 12 from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va.

    Christopher S. Brockman had been named to the dean's list at the University of Kentucky for achieving an outstanding academic record during the 1997 fall semester.