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Today's Features

  • Ben and Cassie White of Pleasureville announce the birth of their first child, a son, on May 6, 2011, at Baptist East Hospital. He has been named Benjamin “Bennie” Gordon White.

    Grandparents are Eddie and Judy Gordon of Eminence, Bob and Connie Rawlins of Smithfield and Steve and Debbie White of Campbellsburg.

    Great-grandparent is Joyce White of Louisville.

  • Mark and Josephine Moore of Simpsonville announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacqueline Moore, to Jeremy Goodin. He is the son of Terry and Amy Goodin of Louisville.

    Moore is a graduate of Southern High School in Louisville and is employed by Oaklawn Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, where she is a certified nursing assistant. She is enrolled at JCTC, with plans to transfer to Spaulding University to complete her nursing degree.

  • Four generations of the Wiley family gathered recently for a photograph. Pictured are (from left) Gayle Wiley Jr., grandfather; Buelah “Nanny” Wiley, great grandmother, holding Parker James Wiley; and Timothy Gayle Wiley, father.

  • Lucy Long turned 90 years old on July 5, 2011. She celebrated on July 3, 2011 with 29 members of her family to have a cake and ice cream social at the Masonic Home where she resides; and on July 5, 2011, her three daughters, Dale White, Brenda Wayne and Evelyn Jones had lunch with her.

  • President of the Friends of the Library, Kathleen Stringfield (right), and volunteer Ralph Dunbar look at some of the books that will be offered at the book sale Aug. 17-20 at the library. Donations of hardbacks, paperbacks, CDs, DVDs, artwork and educational games are needed for the sale, which raises funds to help with programming and equipment. Books may be taken to the community room downstairs at the library.

  • Being broken up with by your girlfriend in elementary school is always a traumatic event, especially when she bluntly tells you that you would go better with her cousin, whom you don’t even really know at the time.

    That’s how I met Jen, my friend Carrie Miller’s cousin, when I was about 10.

    If I could sum her up in one word, it would simply be funny…with awkward as a close second. She was a lanky, tall tomboy with the most outrageous personality ever.

  • Being broken up with by your girlfriend in elementary school is always a traumatic event, especially when she bluntly tells you that you would go better with her cousin, whom you don’t even really know at the time.

    That’s how I met Jen, my friend Carrie Miller’s cousin, when I was about 10.

    If I could sum her up in one word, it would simply be funny…with awkward as a close second. She was a lanky, tall tomboy with the most outrageous personality ever.

  • A man who has done so much for many in Shelby County was taken from his family and legion of friends Monday by the ugliness of cancer, but the beauty of his soul will live on in the hearts of those who loved him.

    At 79, Cordy Armstrong’s lifetime of accomplishments were many, magistrate of more than 25 years, deputy sheriff for four years, an Army veteran, years of dedication to the Cropper Ruritan Club, his lifetime of farming and his affiliation with the United States Trotting Association,

  • Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

     

  • Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee
    Kick Off Breakfast, July 28; 7:30 a.m.
    Undulata Farm,  Zaring Mill Road
    Youth Art Show, July 28 - August 6, Shelby County Public Library
    Opening Reception - July 28 at 5:30 p.m.
    Street Party Concert Friday, July 29; 6 p.m., 627 Main Parking Lot
    Tacky Lawn Ornament Contest, July 29; 6 p.m.
    Lawn of 627 Main Parking Lot