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Today's Features

  • Neely Nichole Gannon, the 4-year-old daughter of David and Beth Gannon of Pensacola, Fla., is currently undergoing therapy at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Md., where she had hip and leg surgery for a birth defect on April 1.

    She will be there until late July. Her address is: Neely Gannon, Room 108, Hackerman-Patz House, 2434 W. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21215.

    Neely's grandparents are Nolan and Rita Underwood of Campbellsville and Jack and Helen Gannon of Hickman, Ky.

  • Ethan Jacob Warren celebrated his fourth birthday recently with family and friends. He is the son of Eric and Marsha Warren. His grandparents are John and Janet Deener and Greg and Sandra Warren. Great-grandparents are George and Pat Morris, Roy and Juanita Graham, Barbara Deener and Howard and Shirley Brewer. Pictured are, from left, front: Landon Robison, Ethan, Ali Herron and Chase Burton holding Reese Burton. Back: Eli Warren, Liam Cook, Morgan Bryant, Faith Gaddis and Josh Gaddis. Not pictured are Evan Bryant, Nathan Patterson and Noah Patterson.

  • Campbellsville Woman's Club had its annual Lawn & Garden Tour on Saturday. Eleven homes were a part of this year's tour.

  • Entry deadlines for two major Fourth of July Celebration events are fast approaching. Wednesday, June 25 is the deadline to enter the Taylor Regional Hospital Children's Parade and the Q104 Bar-B-Que Contest.

    The second annual Taylor Regional Hospital Children's Parade is set for Thursday, July 3 at about 6:30 p.m. The parade will start at Campbellsville High School, travel down Main Street and end near Jackson Tower.

  • The Central Kentucky News-Journal, Commonwealth Broadcasting and KB Photography are hosting a "Relay Kid" contest as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life in Taylor, Adair and Green counties.

    "Relay Kid" is an online "voting" contest to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The winning child will be featured in an article in the Central Kentucky News-Journal, as well as mentioned on the radio stations affiliated with Commonwealth Broadcasting.

  • Local celebrity couples will put on their dancing shoes and boogie for prize money on Monday evening.

    Q-104 and the Taylor County Fair will host Dancing with the Fair Stars at the fairground's grandstand.

    This year marks the second for the Dancing with the Fair Stars event. Some couples have polished up their routines and will be returning after competing last year, with new couples also in the competition mix.

  • A health fair, sponsored by 17 organizations, will be Saturday, June 21 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Taylor County Farmers' Market near the Taylor County Animal Shelter on KY 210.

    A minimal recovery charge will be levied for blood work (CBC, CMP, lipids, TSH and PSA). Additionally, health assessment activities will be conducted and Green River Cattle Co. will host a cookout.

    There will be giveaways and booth prizes, free health care information and live music by the Crossroads Southern Gospel beginning at 9 a.m.

  • The TCMS eighth-grade celebration committee will have its first official fundraiser on Saturday, June 21.

    The committee will host a cookout in the Wal-Mart Supercenter parking lot beginning at 11 a.m. and ending whenever all of the food is sold.

    The committee will deliver food to a customer if four or more meals are purchased.

    Orders will be taken beginning Friday, June 20. To order early, call Denise Walsh at 465-8716 or Vicky Bailey at 403-2869.

    Profits will go toward the school's eighth-grade celebration.

  • Pottery workshops will be offered Saturday, June 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET and 2 to 4 p.m. ET at the Giles House in Knifley.

    The workshops are for children ages 7 to 12 years old. Jeff and Henrietta Scott and Donnie Perry will instruct the workshops.

    The cost to attend is $10 to cover materials.

    The event is sponsored by the Giles Society and Campbellsville Wal-Mart Supercenter.

    For more information contact Clara Metzmeier at 465-6104 or by e-mail at claram@kyol.net.

    Reservations must be made by Saturday, June 21.

  • The Taylor County Historical Society will have its annual meeting and potluck supper at the Elijah Creel home on East Columbia Avenue in Greensburg on Thursday, June 19.

    Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lingle, owners of the Creel home, will host the meeting.

    Built in the early 19th Century for the home of a prominent Greensburg merchant, the two-story brick house boasts several interesting features, including a late 19th Century mantle clock, Flemish bond front and a double gallery on the rear. Since purchasing the house several years ago, the Lingles have been working to restore it.