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8 March 10,2011 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I I In the fall of 2009 Bar- can stop them. He is also bara Gibbons from Illinois installing a picture rail so began corresponding with that we can display pic- the Society about a chest tures that have too long that her mother wanted been in storage. housed and disPlayed Jana Gasior, Can- at our museum if we yon County, Califor- would accept it. Barbara's nia, our newest member mother, Geneva Carver is researching her Hart Willian, formerly from County roots. Betty K. Horse Cave and then I1- Taylor from Bardstown, linois, often told the fam- Kentucky is looking for ily that this 1800-1825 her Kersey, Harrell, Car- chest traveled through roll, Meredith and Jaggers the Cumberland Gap in families. She also became a covered wagon. The a member. Vanessa and "Carver Chest" ended up Nadine Ray researched in Horse Cave, Kentucky Three Forks Cemetery. with the family'. Mrs. Wil- Martin Brachle from lian's estate is now settled Horse Cave researched and the lovely mahogany Horse Cave veterans, with mahogany flame ve- and Susan Homberger neer chest adorns a spe- researched her house. We cial place in the Museum. are sorry to say we have Shirley Grivas is plan- little information on the ning a display of ladies' history of building own- needlework - quilts, cro- . ership. Carmel Powell, chet and eml roidery - to Clarkson, Kentucky, re- enhance the chest. Nadine newed his membership. Hawkins has loaned us Several Munfordville one of her mother's quilts people have visited this to display in the chest, week: Stephen Logsdon, This week James Lacy Terry Turner, Margie and Brad Alvey are work- Sturgeon, Lucille and ing at'the Museum. Sev- Owen Harp, Robert Logs- eral odd jobs plus malnte- don, and Montella Fults. nance on the building are Jack and Maxine Gold, overdue. Sometimes at Erie, Pennsylvania were this old building there are interested in our Civil War small leaks after a heavy history. rain. Hopefully, Mr. Lacy See you next week. the Hart Food Bank From the Abundance of the Hart Food Bank Commodity Program vill be distributing food at the Munfordville Baptist Church Thursday, March 17th from 1;00-5:00 pm and Friday, March 18th from 12:00 - 4:00 pm or until we run out of food. To qualify for this pro- gram you must: Meet the household income eligibility guide- lines provided by Feeding America. Show proof that you live in Hart County Only receive commodi- ties one time a month. Commodity Supple- mental Food Program (CSFP) is a program for the 60 year old and older residents of Hart County who qualify. This food is in addition to the food you have been receiving and will only be available for those who have been accepted into the pro- gram. Everyone who has completed an application and been accepted into the program can pick up their food either of these 2 days. We are still taking applications for this pro- gram. To qualify for this program you must: Be 60 years old or older KENTUCKY Repertory Theatre's new Executive Director Christopher Sanderson, center, was the special guest of the Horse Cave Rotary Club on Monday. Rotarian Tom Chaney was in charge of the program. Rotary President Sandra Wilson is also pictured. By JackieWaliace program to be given by Falts closed the meeting SecretaryPro-Tern Tabatha Dobson. Montella with prayer. port accepted. There were no Feb- ruary birthdays. Mar- The Munfordville/Mt ian England read from the Beulah United Methodist Prayer Calendar with the Women met on Monday, emphasis on Indonesia. February, 2011 at 1:00 pm Jackie Wallace reported at the Munfordville FUMC. that seven books from our There were seven mere- rending program had been bers present. The meeting read. President, Mary Beth was called to order by the Bunnell reminded every- president, Mary :Beth Bun- one of Children's Advo- nell. Jane Dobson led the cacy. Day in Frankfort on opening prayer and read February 17. She and Jane the devotional "Fear Not Dobson are planning to at- Tomorrow-God Is Already tend. World Day of Prayer There" by Ruth Gordon. is March 4th and the mis- There Was a discus- sion study on John at State sion on writing to our ser- Street UMC in Bowling vicemen; we will have Green is April 2. There was more information at the a discussion on yard sale next meeting. Mary Beth in May, tabled until next Bunnell gave the Response meeting. moment on :families cop- Karole Kidd passed ALL JOBE NEWSPAPERS ONLINE COMING IN MARCH! Active Subscribers will be given complete access to on-line news at no charge. Subscribe today to be sure to now miss a single issue. Show proof that you live in Hart County Show proof of income for all members of your household [ Meet the household income eligibility lines provided by Feeding 1 ing with foreclosure,: Due America On Thursday, March 17th- the doors will not open to the public un- til 1:00 PM and Friday, March 18th the doors will not open tot he pub- lican until 12:00 PM. If you come early, please do not park close to the gym doors. For more inforrhation, call 270-786-4339. around cards to be, signed to the absence of the secre- and sent to Sick and shut- tary,,there were no minutes ins and bereaved. to be read. Karole Kidd The program "Rec- gave the treasurers report, onciliation: The Real Life Expenses for January: Journey of Rebecca's son Morgantown Mission andJacob", was presented by Mission Resource Cen- Marian England. Assisting ter for a Prayer Calendar. her with the program were Treasurers report accepted. Karole Kidd, Tabatha Dob- The cookbook account re- son, Montella Fults, Jackie port was given by MaryWallace and Mary Beth Beth Bunnell. Three cook- Bunnell. The next meeting books sold last month. Re- will be March 7th with the Call the local office or email your desire to begin service Five to Pictured: HoUi Butler holding Lynli Butler; Mary Elizabeth Gardner, great-great grandmother; Diana CottreU, great grandmother; and grandmother Deanna Miles. At Hardin Memorial Hospital's Cancer Care Center, putting you in control of your care begins with your goal. Whether it's a victory dance, or dancing at a loved one's wedding, we're here to help you reach your goal, your way. 2011 Hardin Memorial Hospital t/ "-1" ~ ft. |' " Here to be in T tune with you. 3--0/3 1 I I I I Choosing your path means selecting options, such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, stereotactic radiosurgery, and clinical trials. 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