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14 March 28, 2013 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I business.of.the.week Heart of Yoga Studio The Heart of Yoga Studio has been selected as the Hart County Chamber of Commerce's Business of the Week. Cer- tified yoga instructor, Sharon Anderson, opened the studio two years ago. It is located at 120 East Main Street in down- town Horse Cave. Anderson is also reg- istered with Yoga Alliance, a nationally recognized organization. Yoga is for people of all ages. "Our lives can be full of stress which has a direct negative impact on our health and our lives. Practicing yoga can offer a healthier way of life both physically and mentally. Deep breathing techniques as well as the strengthening postures that are learned through the yoga practice can have a wonderful effect on our health maintenance and well-being," explains Sharon. Yoga also helps to improve pos- ture, to relieve pain, and is often used by professional athletes to maintain strength and flexibility thereby helping to prevent injury. "Don't avoid yoga because you think that you are not flexible. In fact, if you have fight muscles, yoga is just the thing to loosen you up," adds Sharon. Sharon currently offers Gentle Yoga Classes at 7:30 AM on Monday, Tues- day, Thursday, and Friday, at 8 AM on Wednesday, 1 PM on Wednesday and 6 PM on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Advanced Yoga Classes are offered Tues- day and Thursday at 6 PM. For more in- formation, call (270) 498-1182. Hart County Retired Teachers met March 12 By GLYNA LILE, PRESIDENT The Hart County Retired Teachers met on March 12. After our Pledge and re- citing the Lord's Prayer on the afternoon of March 12, President Glyna Lile wel- comed everyone and then introduced our speaker, Jeff Johnson. Mr. Johnson represents LifeLock Theft Identity Protection. LifeLock is endorsed by the State Teachers Retirement Assoc. This plan dors all the investigation; closing old ac- counts, covering any loss, more-or-less, all step necessary, in the event your iden- tity is stolen. The one action he stated, repeatedly, buy a shedder. Shed any pa- per that may have an account number of any type. Mary K. Bunnell reported our mem- bership is up. We are only 4 persons from 100%, which is our goal. The neighbor- ing counties of Green and Metcalfe are at 100%, ......................... "" We would love to match them. We cer- tainly want to welcome our new mem- bers and will be reaching out to all new 2013 retirees with a special luncheon, in their honor, on June llth at the Old Mill Stone Restaurant in Bonnieville, more about this in a later ahnouncement. In new business, the delegates for the state convention, April 23rd were appointed. Thanks goes to our refreshment com- mittee for setting up a delicious Cookie Bar and to Betty Bryant for designing and printing our programs. Also, a spe- cial appreciation to the Extension Office for the use of their conference room. Any questions or information needed about HCRTA or the State Assoc. call Glyna Lile 565-1935 or e-mail glile@ Caverna FR/YSC to meet The Caverna Family Resource/Youth Service Cen ters Advisory Council will meet on April 8th 2013 at the Caverna Middle School computer lab at 5:30 p.m. VISITORS TO THE JOB FAIR held last week visited the Job Shop which was taking ap- plications for Interstate Hardwood. LIFE AND HEALTH COORDINATOR TRISHA EMBRY provides information to a visitor at the Job Fair about opportunities for work with Heritage Insurance. -00As000W ....... CHRISTIAN ACADEMY HONOR ROLL Jr.High{High School, 3rd 9 weeks .................... 'All "A" Honor Roll--7th grade: Maggie Adams, Dillon Austin, Heather Whitlow; 8th grade: Tyler Clark; 9th grade: Levi Shaw,, Hannah Tollison, Molly Whitlow; lOth grade: Catherine Ellis; 11th grade: Emma Whit- low; 12th grade: Ellen How ard, Madison Short All "AB" Honor Roll-- 7th grade: Hunter Caldwell, Grace Gaines, Nathanael German, Will Quenzer, Britney Wil- liams; 8th grade: Bethany Gau-" jot; 9th grade: Lea Sewell, Kendall Short, Cateb South; 10th grade: Ransom Buckingham, Esther OI- sen; 1 lth grade: Jessica Cart er, Breanna Gaujot, Colt Holder, Ethan Young; 12th grade: Dalton Broome, Brittany Allen, Jonathan German The children of Ann White Tucker and Douglas White invite you to celebrate their 90th and 92nd birthda' on Saturday, March 30 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Mrs. home, 205 Vial Street Horse Cave. JOBE. PUB LI S HIN G IN C. We offer both offset and digital printing, with an in-house bindery department capable of 2oerfecting binding, folding, collating, saddle stitching, and more. Having everything on our premises alloos for fast turn-around times so oe can meet yourprinting needs on time, every time. Guaranteed to put together a print, news and marketing campaign at half the price and double the readers! jpinews 570 S. I)ixic Street " I iorsc Cave, iCY * 270.786.2676