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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I print@jpinews.com April 11, 2013 A7 THE 2013 4-H DEMONSTRATION CONTEST was held at the Hart County High School on March 14. The fol- lowing students participated in the competition: from left, front row, Mason Pedigo - Blue in Cloverbud Science & Engineering; Morgan Chenoweth-- Blue in Cloverbud Foods; Ava Logsdon -- Blue in Cloverbud Foods; Mattie Gardner -- Blue in Cloverseed Foods; Davey Williams - Cloverbud Blue in Horticulture; middle row, Tyler Sweet - Blue in Cloverbud Foods; Makinlee Gardner -- Blue in Cloverbud General; Sarah Faith Hensley-- Blue & Champion in Jr. Arts; Clark Rexroa[ -- Blue in Cloverbud General; Amber Rich -- Blue in Cloverbud Foods; back row, Colton Huffman - Blue in Cloverbud General; Rebekah Waddle - Blue & Champion in Jr. Breads; Dallas Bailey -- Blue & Champion in Jr. Crafts; Ethan Chenoweth -- Blue & Champion in Jr. Horticulture; Jonah Carter -- Blue & Champion in Jr. Safety; Blake Hensley -- Blue & Champion in Jr. Presentation Software. (Absent from the picture) Julia Scott -- Blue & Champion in Sr. Presentation Software. THE 2013 4-H DEMONSTRATION CONTEST was held at the Hart County High School on March 14. The following students participated in the 4-H Food Demonstration Competition: (Front Row) Candace Logsdon - Blue in Jr. Foods; Abigail Waddle -- Blue & Champion in Jr. Foods; (Back Row) Justin Minton - Blue & 1st Alternate in Jr. Foods and Joshua Rich - Blue in Jr. Foods. THE 4-H TALK MEET CONTEST was recently held at the Hart County High School. The following students participated in the competition: From left, front row, Amber Rich -- Cloverbud Blue in 8 yr. old division; Hannah Gerber -- Blue & 1st Alternate 9 yr. old division; Jenna Logsdon -- Blue in 9 yr. old division; Sarah Faith Hensley -- Blue in 9 yr. old division; Ava Logsdon -- Cloverbud Blue 6 yr. old division; Tyler Sweet -- Cloverbud Blue 7 yr. old division; Clark Rexro'at -- Cloverbud Blue 8 yr. old division; Mason Pedigo - Cloverbud Blue 5 yr. old division; Luke Carter -- Blue & Champion 9 year old division; Ben Scott -- Cloverbud Blue 7 yr. old division; middle row, Jonah Carter -- Blue & Champion 12 yr. old division; Justin Minton -- Blue & 1st Alternate 12 yr. old division; Candace Logsdon -- Blue 12 yr. old division; Rebekah Waddle --Blue in 9 yr. old division; Will Carroll -- Blue & Champion 10 yr. old division; Lyndsey Sweet -- Blue & 1 st Alternate in 11 yr. old division; Blake Hensley -- Blue & Champion 13 yr. old division; back row, Wade Scott -- Blue in 13 yr. old division; Joshua Rich -- Blue & 1 st Alternate 13 yr. old divi- sion; Noah Carter -- Blue & Champion 14 yr. old division; McKenna Vierstra-: Blue & Champion 16 yr. old division and Blue & 1 st Alternate in the 4-H Mock Interview Contest; Laura Croghan--.Blue 15 yr.old division; Julia Scott -- Blue & Champion in the 4-H Mock Interview Contest and Blue & 1st Alternate in the 16 yr. old division; Zack Nich- ols -- Blue & Champion 15 yr. old division; Abigail Waddle -- Blue & Champion 11 yr. old division. (Absent from the picture) Dallas Bailey -- Blue & 1 st Alternate 14 yr. old division; Colton Huffman -- Cloverbud Blue 7 yr. old division. THE 2013 4-H DEMONSTRATION CONTEST was held at the Hart County High School on March 14. The fol- lowing students participated in the competition: (Front Row) Lyndsey Sweet -- Blue in Jr. Animal Science; Makayla Jeffries -- Blue & 1 st Alternate Jr. Animal Science; Luke Carter -- Blue & Champion Jr. Animal Science. (Back Row) Maribeth Scott -- Blue & Champion Horse Team Demonstration; Laura Croghan -- Blue & 1st Alternate Sr. Horse; Katelynn Bunnell -- Blue & Champion Horse Team Demonstration; Noah Carter -- Blue & Champion Sr. Horse Demonstration. Hart area girls invited to Girl Scoul, C amp "As the weather warms, this is the perfect time to think about the time-honored tradition of summer camp. From swimming and hiking, to singing songs around a camp fire and newer challenges like a high ropes course, camp is the place to make memories that last a lifetime," says Lora Tucker, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana council "Girls in grade 1 through 12 from the Hart County area have a grea t way to build these kinds of memories this summer," Tucker said. Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana will be holding summer camps at two locations on mul- tiple dates from June through July. "Our camps are a fantastic way for girls to enjoy na- ture while bt/fldlng leadership skills and friendships," says Tucker. Girl Scout residential Summer camps will be held at Camp Pennyroyal, located near Owensboro, and at the Bear Creek Aquatic Camp, near Paducah. Activities vary based on the camp location and length of program. Programs can run from 4 or 6 days, all the way up to 12 days for older girls. Details' about specific dates and activities can be found at gskentuckiana.org. Printed camp brochures can be requested by calling 888-771-5170, or sending requests to: Camp Director, 2115 Lexington Rd., Lou- isville KY 40206. All Girl Scout camps are accredited by the American Camp Association. Camps are staffed by experienced staff certified in camping and safety procedures. Bus transportation is available for those who need it, or who just want the fun of a road trip to sing songs and make new friends. Camp fees range from $95 to $545 depending on the length and type of program selected. Financial assis- tance is available to make sure costs do not pose a barri- er to any girl's chance to go to camp or be a Girl Scout. "Our council's policy is no girl will be left behind," says Tucker. "We are committed to providing a positive experience to every girl who wants to be a Girl Scout." On-line registration can be done at gskentuckiana. org. Camp space often fills quickly, so early registration is advised. Registrations are processed in the order they are received. Turn Back the Pages III 10 Years Ago - 2003 Eva Bogue, Justin Baird, Mary Ann Steel, Tony Underwood and Sharon Lem- ons were appointed as the Code Enforce- ment Board for Munfordville. Roger and Judy Davis, Horse Cave, cel- ebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. 20 Years Ago - 1993 Mike McFarlin and Thomas Schultz were introduced to the Horse Cave City Council as the two newest policemen on the Horse Cave Police force. Myra Logsdon' column featured the Munfordville First Methodist Church, founded in 1881 with 14 members. 30 Years Ago - 1983 Terry Martin was hired as boys' basket- ball coach at Hart County High School to replace Roy McKamey who resigned after four years in the position. Viola Richey was honored by the Horse Cave City Council with a reception on her retirement after 17 years as city clerk,. Hart County senior Mark Sheets was named All-State honorable mention by the Courier-Journal. 40 Years Ago - 1973 Terry Faulkner signed to play at West Georgia State College after two years with Elizabethtown Community College. He joined his brother Jerry at the Carrollton, GA school. 55 Years Ago - 1958 Deaths included that of W.W. Carden, 86, Magnolia. At one time he owned flour mills in LaRue, Hart & Hardin counties, selling his last mill in Magnolia in 1956. Two more victims of the Prestonsburg school bus accident were recovered, one under the west Prestonsburg Bridge and one ten miles downriver. The Horse Cave Christian Church fin- ished redecoration of the sanctuary. Postmaster Charles Sullivan announced work would begin in September on the new Post Office in Horse Cave. 60 Years Ago - 1953 A radio relay tower east of Horse Cave was under construction. It was to be part of the telephone system of AT&T and Southern Bell between Louisville and At- lanta. The Industrial Review featured Albert C. Wells who moved to Munfordville in 1929 to purchase the drugstore operated by H.Q. Kennady. The Horse Cave City Council named the petunia as the official flower of the city. Dr. Frank D. Bryant opened his chiro- practic office in his home in Horse Cave. Carole Bale, Tillie Doyle, Ann Duncan, Jeaneen Jewell, Elizabeth Lewis Poynter, Charlotte McCubbin, Kaye Shuster and Martha Carol Smith passed the require- ments to become 2nd Class Girl Scouts in Lone Troop 1. 65 Years Ago - 1948 Elinor Jean Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.T. Martin, Munfordville, married Bryan Owen of Hopkinsville at the Mun- fordville Presbyterian Church. Mrs. How- ard Wells was her sister's matron of honor. Judy Stiles was flower girl. Juanita Martin married William Bishop at LeGrande. Jimmie Chambers won the Lion's Club essay contest. His essay called for a sew- age system to the priority need for Horse Cave. "Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Neville are the proud parents of a seven pound 10 ounce daughter, Sandra Gail .... " The Beauchamp Music Club met in cornpii.ed by Ann Matera Munfordville with Sylvia and Janice Wil- liams as hostesses. Mrs. R.O. Poynter won the Horse Cave Rotary Club's Courtesy Contest. 75 Years Ago - 1938 Garlin Bastin of the Monroe 4-H Club was chosen as an alternate to attend the 4-H Congress in Washington, DC. Margaret Puckett, 9, and Floyd Puckett, 6, won first place in the grand finale of the local talent competition at the Plaza The- atre, Glasgow. Deaths include J.T. Crutcher, Canmer. Mammoth Cave proposed to hold a Dogwood Festival in the park. The Circuit Court Clerk reported that 2405 driver's licenses had been sold in Hart County to date. 80 Years Ago - 1933 Mr. Luther Grady and Miss Elizabeth Martin were married April 12. Mr. Leslie L. Patton was named Post- master of Horse Cave. Hazel Nunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nunn and an eighth grade pupil at Horse Cave represented Hart County in the state spelling bee.