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Today's Features

  • Members of Boy Scout Pack and Troop 270, sponsored by Shelby Christian Church, participated in the annual Scouting for Food Drive. This year they collected nearly 1,200 items of food. The food was donated to the Serenity Center.

  • Five women from the Jennie C. Benedict Circle of Shelbyville, a branch of the King's Daughters and Sons, presented 25 handmade angel quilts to Jan Antos, director, Sandy McGill, administrative assistant, and Cyndi Lewis, receptionist, of the A Loving Choice Pregnancy Center in Shelbyville. The women of the created these angel quilts with loving hands and hearts to warm and protect HIS little angels. Showing the quilts were (from left) Jean Donovan, Paula Gentry, Maria Newill, Antos, Zerilda Franz, president of the club, and Norma Beasy.

  • Collis and Edna Mae Rogers of Spencer County will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 7 with a party at New Hope Church, 722 Town Hill Road.

    Family and friends are welcome to attend the event, which is scheduled for 4-7 p.m.

    The Rogers are the parents of Arlene Rogers, Karen (Tony) Freeman and Renee (Eric) Langford. They have one grandchild, Abbigail Langford.

    The Rogers were wed in Tennessee and hope to spend this special day with family and friends.

  • James and Roseanne Martin of Eminence have been married for 50 years. The couple were married on Jan. 4, 1960.

    James Martin was born in Louisville, and Roseanne Martin is from Shelbyville. Both were raised in nearby Eminence.

    She spent the early years as a homemaker while he served in the United States Marine Corps. He saw two tours in Vietnam.

    During his military career the family lived on both coasts (Camp Lejeune, N.C., and Bremerton, Wash.)

  • 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.

     

  • Joseph Martin, a junior at Shelby County High School, came up with the idea of doing a blog for local charities as a leadership project for a Governor’s Scholars program.

    “It will be a comprehensive blog where charities can list what their needs are and their mission statements,” said Starla Martin, Joseph’s mother.

    Martin said the idea came from a mission trip to Hazard he had made several years ago, and now he has launched aid4shelby.blogspot.com.

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  • Sam and Joyce Medley may not be Mr. and Mrs. Claus, but they are the closest things to them this side of the North Pole.

    The Medleys, who live in Finchville, love Christmas so much that walking into their home around Christmastime is like walking into Santa’s toy shop or stepping into a magical land, where one first encounters a miniature village decked out for the holidays, with wreaths on every tiny door and candles glowing in its windows, nestled into a snow bank of fluffy white cotton.

  • Cold weather and a few inches of snow couldn't stop Santa and the Shelbyville Christmas parade Saturday.

    The parade went off with only a minor hitch despite flurries and icy conditions downtown.

    "That's the first time we've faced that kind of weather," Shelby County Fire Chief Bobby Cowherd said. "We were kind of running around all morning trying to figure out what we were going to do."

    Once they decided to move on with the parade, the crowd responded.