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Celebrations

  • Birth: Floyd son

    Kevin and Stephanie Floydof Smithfield announce the birth of their son on Nov. 12, 2012, at Norton Suburban Hospital. He has been named Hunter Parker Allen Floyd. He was born at 8:03 p.m. weighing 6 pounds and 14 ounces and was 19 inches long. He has two older siblings, Brennen and Alivia Fuchs.

    Grandparents are Lee and Carolyn Sharp of Eminence, Glenn and Judy Floyd of Shelbyville.

    Great-grandparents are Todd and Carolyn Plappert, Joesphine Hawkins.

  • Births: Fitzgerald son; Floyd son

    Christopher and Elizabeth Fitzgerald of Simpsonville announce the birth of their second child, a son, on Nov. 19, 2012, at University of Louisville Hospital. He has been named Reed Christopher Fitzgerald.

    Grandparents are Dale and Debbie Fitzgerald of Shelbyville and Carmine and Mary Garofalo of Centerville, Ohio.

     

     

     

    Kevin and Stephanie Floydof Smithfield announce the birth of their son on Nov. 12, 2012, at Norton Suburban Hospital. He has been named Hunter Parker Allen Floyd.

  • Relay for Life 2013 kickoff set

  • Toy delivery

    The Hurstbourne Lowes and Masonic Home of Shelbyville built 200 wooden toys for the Center for Women and Families in Shelbyville. This group also gave 200 wooden toy gifts to the Cabinet for Families and Children Foster Care Division for Christmas parties earlier this month. Toys were also presented to Childtown Inc. Daycare. Elisa Sykes-Brees (from left) and Emily and Erin Smith delivered items for The Center for Women and Families in Shelbyville.

  • Santa in Bagdad

    The Bagdad Ruritan Club for the third year hosted Christmas with Santa on Saturday night at the club’s building in Bagdad. Bean soup, cornbread and soup were served, and parents brought little ones to sit on the knee of the familiar face in the red suit. Abby Brunner was one of those children, and she showed some hesitance about taking her perch before warming to task. Club President Kac Newton said about 100 were expected to attend. If you look behind Santa’s beard, you might see an uncanny resemblance to Shelby County Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger.

  • Taylor crowned queen

    Erica Taylor was named the 2012 National Queen of the Commonwealth. Based upon the amount of community involvement, she was also named Philanthropy Queen. A Supreme Queen was awarded a $1,000 cash scholarship. This program exists to give females of all ages a vehicle to further their personal and professional goals, while providing a forum in which they can express their talents, intelligence and opinions on culture, politics and the community.

  • Shelby horse wins at Paso Fino show

  • Shelby County 1962 class reunion

    Shelby County High School’s 1962 graduating class met at Claudia Sanders Dinner House in Shelbyville on Nov. 3. There were 45 of the 93 surviving classmates in attendance. As the event came to an end, class members discussed having another reunion in two years.

  • Toys for Tots

    The Shelbyville Moose Riders Lodge 1715 present representatives of the Shelby County High School ROTC and National Guard with $825 of toys for the Toys for Tots program. The riders held a Toys for Tots ride in July and received monetary donations and toys for this program. The club participates in this fundraiser each year.

  • Ruritans receive awards