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A1 2 March 28, 2013 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I print@jpinews.com Hart County Historical Society By CAROLYN SHORT Spring has sprung, and we have been fortunate to receive some much needed help getting the Woodson House and grounds ready for our second annual Gar- den Festival on May 18th. Two groups of college students, one from Illinois State College, Normal Ill., and one from Boston University, volunteered at the Preserve over a three- day period. The students cleaned out and worked on the flower and herb beds, picked up tree de- bris, cleaned out the barn, and did some work inside the Woodson House. Park Day, April 6th, is another opportunity for clean-up at the Preserve. Please bring along some garden tools and join us. We will be serving a light lunch, and all participants will receive a Park Day tee shirt. Kentucky visitors at the Museum and Genealogy Library this past week are: Carolyn O. Rowe, W. T. Waiters, William Renick, who was researching the Renick/Morrisons, and took the Old Munfordville Walking Tour, W. T. Jew- ell, and John Bowles, who brought in some vintage linens his mother, Mary Bowles, donated to the Mu- seum. Michael and Vicki Peake, Corydon, IN., were in doing research for a new book Mr. Peake is writing. Mr. Peake is the author of INDIANA'S GERMAN SONS - BAPTISM OF FIRE AT ROWLETTS STATION. They also visited the battlefield and Woodson House at the Bat- tie for the Bridge Preserve. =Memberships received are all from Kentucky residents: Sandra Elmore, Sherryn Witten, Inez Dors- ey, Michael Riggs, Ken- neth Napper, Bob Chamb- less, James Turner, and Cattie Lou Miller. Thank you all for renewing your membership. We are interested in your comments and ideas, whether it be about Quar- terly Meeting programs, exhibits at the Museum, or Quarterly articles you would like to see. Please let us hear from you, we value your input. Church in Canmer March Youth Night By TAMMY MCCORKLE Christ has risen from the dead and because He lives we to shall live! Scripture comes from Mark 16: i-7, Now when the Sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices, that they might come and anoint Him. Very early in the morning, on the first day of the week, they came to the tomb when the sun had risen. And they said among themselves, "Who will roll away the stone from the door of the tomb for us?" But when they looked up, they saw that the stone had been rolled away-for it was very large. And entering the tomb, they saw a young man  clothed in a long white robe sitting on the right side; and they were alarmed. But he .said to them, "Do not be alarmed. You seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified. He is risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid Him. "But go, tell His disciples-and Peter-that He is going before you into Galilee; there you will see Him, asHe said to you." Read by: Tim McCorlde, opening prayer, "The Gift of Good Friday" read by: Jan Hedgepeth, "The Meaning of Easter" read by: Robert Thompson, "This I Know" read by: Jacob Richardson, "Eas- ter Means Hope" read by: Tammy McCorkle, "Our Wonderful Savior" spoke by: Larry Hedgepeth, then we had a song, "The Gift of Love" read by: Cindy Settle, "Easter" read by: Matthew Thompson, "Two Pieces of Wood" read by: Teddy Dillard, 'A talk' by: Sandy Russell, "The Resurrection Plant" read by: Adam Thompson, "Mary at the Tomb" read by: Haley James, "The Resurrection Is Sure" read by: Ricky Richardson, "Legend of the Dogwood Tree" read by: Debbie Richardson. Then the Church had offering, wonderful comments were spoken about the program. ...... We had other songs then closed in prayer. Christ ascends to God's right hand and when Jesus spoken to them, and they saw Him ascend they went out and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them and confirming the word through the accompanying signs. Mark 16:19-20 Lets remember that the Lord still is working in lives today, and watching over his workers. BUZZ AROUND BONNIE rlLLE LINDA WATTS Hello Friends! April 15th 6pm Bonnieville needs you at our COM- MUNITY MEETING for a discussion hosted by Tad & Bobbie from KLC. In 2010 as a community, we formulated a strategic plan for success. It's time to up- date our plans ! Be a part of what's next, details coming soon. March 19th, students from the University of Illi- nois at Urbana/Champaign visited the FRENCH- MANS KNOB LAND PRESERVE to begin clean up at the Cemetery. Thank You Student team leaders: Andy Kopp &Hann Lin- dahl, Ally Esquivel, Ann Zhu, Caroline McCleary, Cynthia Blocker, Jae Hyun Kim, Mariaelana Brenner, Meghan Desai, Olivia Ven- tura, Tamara Lin and Wal- bert "Wally" Castillo. Site coordinator: Peggy Nims, American Cave Conserva- tion Association education coordinator, collaborating partner Rick Olson Mam- moth Cave National Park ecologist. Linda Watts: BOAZ Foundation Presi- dent and CMA Board member and Don & Cindy Johnson: BCHS .Board members; and volunteer Peyton Blair. Visit Boaz-foundation. org for more information. Submit local happenings to lindamwatts@yahoo.com or the Bonnieville Com- munity Facebook page. Dare yourself to be a bless- ing Today. Thank you Bon- nieville Community! Sunrise Ser00k:e planned Sunrise services will be held at Wisdom Faith Com- munity Church on Sunday, :March 31,2013 at 6:30 am. .... Pator Eitl 'Br/nstetter and church family wel- comes everyone to attend. iiiii!ii::ii!ii!i ii  .................. ii:::;:: i::i: iii:.i::!i:::: ::i i::!::::iij ::::iiiil ,:.:,., :.i!l:i ......................................... "Come join us in celebrat- ing our risen Lord," Pastor Branstetter said. Mr. Jamie Bennett and Miss Lauren Haines are proud to announce their engagement and forth- coming marriage. Lauren is the daugh- ter of Thomas and Tonya Haines of Campbells- ville. She is a graduate of Campbellsville Uni- versity with a major in Biology. Jamie is the son of Johnny and Beverly Ben- nett of Horse Cave. He is a graduate of Campbells- ville University with a Master's Degree in The- ology. He is currently employed by the Green liver Memorial Baptist Church in Campbelisville as pastor. The wedding will be held at half past two in the evening, central time, Saturday, April 6, 2013 at the Green River Me- morial Baptist Church in Campbellsville, KY. A reception will follow. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Survivor Registration-Hart County Relay for Life , Hart County Relay for Life will be Friday, May 10, start- ing at 6:00 pro. Survivors are encouraged to register for the event online. The address for the Hart County Relay for Life is http://relay.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/ RFLFY12MS?fr_id=38633&pg=entry. On the right of the screen you will see "Survivors & Caregivers" Click on that link and it will walk you through the registration process. If you are on a team, follow the online team registration instructions and then you can indicate if you are a survivor through that process. If you have any difficulty registering or have any ques- tions, please contact Ferol Hawkins at 524-1741. The survivor reception will immediately follow the opening ceremony. I STUDENT AWARDS continued from page A7 upcoming final exams. Claudette Morgan, DAR School Chair, was thanked for her work with the col- lection and distribution of soup labels, box tops for education and pull tabs on behalf of school projects. Chapter Member Sheila Oliver received a round of applause in thanks for hosting the 2012 Christ- mas Tea and Open House. Frenchie Belcher was ac- knowledged with gratitude for her service as Silent Auction Chair, assisted by June Jackson and Deana Snow, which raised $350 for chapter sponsored projects. .The Edmund Rogers Chapter is deeply grate- ful for the commitment of Community Bank Presi- dent Jim Lee of Citizens First Bank for the bank's continuing support of the DAR Student Awards. Each student received a cash award courtesy of Citizens First Bank in rec- ognition of their achieve- ments, as well as a certifi- cate and lapel pin. The first presentation was the Out- standing History Teacher Award which was given to Todd Steenbergen, Bar- ren County High School for his exemplary leader- ship, tremendous knowl- edge and inspired teaching methods. DAR Scholarship Chair Linda Branstetter presented the Chapter's Scholarship Award to Tay- ler McMurtrey, a senior at Metcalfe County High School. This award is pri- marily based on academic excellence and is given to one exemplary local stu- dent chosen from all area high schools. Tayler's ap- plication packet has been forwarded to KSDAR for consideration for the State Scholarship. Last year's Chapter honoree, Ellie Jean Garrett, also of Metcalfe County, subse- quently received the State Scholarship Award of $1000. Flag Chair Lucille Calhoun presented Chad Muhlenkamp, Principal of South Elementary School with a flag of the United States. Co-chairs of the DAR Good Citizen Awards Committee, Nell Eaton and Tillie Botwin pre- sented the Good Citi- zens Awards. The fac- ulty and counselors of Barren County, Caverna, Glasgow, Glasgow Chris- tian Academy, Hart and Metcalfe County High Schools chose one senior class representative to be recognized as DAR Good Citizens. Each student must demonstrate the fol- lowing qualities: Depend- ability, Service, Leader- ship and Patriotism. The students honored are Ash- ley Elizabeth Steenber- gen, Barren County High School, Sarah Madeline Howard, Glasgow High School, (absent for an out- of-town college interview and will receive her award at a later date), Philip Brysan Keltner, Metcalfe County High School, El- len Howard, Glasgow Christian Academy, Shel- by Gilpin, Cavema High School and Matthew Wil- son, Hart County High School. These outstand- ing students share similar characteristics of academ- ic excellence, curiosity, scholarship, diligence, the desire and drive to suc- ceed, as well as qualities of leadership, kindness, social awareness and a dedication to community service. They will be the community leaders of the future. Following some brief announcements, the meet- ing was adjoumed to al- low several members to meet in committee. June Jackson took photos to share with honored guests and all enjoyed delicious refreshments generously provided and beautifully served by hostesses Tillie Botwin and Jamie Duty. The next meeting on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lera B. Mitchell Clubhouse will feature a special DAR Museum Program: Ameri- can Toys from the 18th through early 20th Cen- tury presented by State DAR Museum Chair Cin- dy Codell. No reservations are necessary and the pub- lic is invited to attend this program. We would like to, extend a warm welcome to any woman over the age og 18 who is interested in learning more about mem- bership requirements to join the Daughters of the American Revolution to visit our website at www. edmundrogers.org for more information about the local chapter, State and National DAR organiza- tion. MM 55 STIHL YARD BOSS *34995 i Cultivate."Pick" style tines aggressively loosen soil - ideal for flowerbeds Then Alternate. 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