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Today's Features

  • Charles and Penny DeMastes of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Cindy DeMastes, to Kevin Crabtree Jr. He is the son of Kevin and Dr. Cindy Crabtree of Louisville.

    She is a graduate of Georgetown College and Pikeville School of Medicine and is a U of L resident physician at Kosair Children’s Hospital.

    He graduated from the University of Louisville and works at Humana in Louisville.

    The couple will be married in Louisville on Dec. 31.

  • Mallory Jane Watts and Craig Garrett Potter were married 4 p.m. June 25, 2011, at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Louisville.

    Parents of the bride are Randy and Janie Watts of Shelbyville. The groom is the son of Karen Potter of Raleigh, N.C, and Stephen and Sherry Potter of Fort Mill, S.C.

    Father Larry Legakisofficiated the double-ring ceremony.

    The bride was given in marriage by her father, Randy Watts.

    Maid of honor was Caroline Biagi Watts of Shelbyville, sister of the bride.

  • The Shelby County Car Club’s final cruise of the season was at Gallrein Farm.

    Other winners were Best Non Big 3, 1946 Studebaker, Jim and Joyce Nutgrass; Farm Pick, 1947 Chevy Wrecker, Harry Newman; Employees' Pick, 1962 Corvette, Diane and John Bishop; Best GM, 1955 Chevy, Dean and Lori Taylor; Best Truck, 1966 Ford F100, Corby Chapman; Best Mopar, 1973 Cuda, Carl Kratzer.

  • Les Bailey just back from a Mediterranean Cruise, had to run around attending to chores he’d neglected during his vacation, he said

    His son, Gary, describes him as “pretty amazing,”

    Karen Walters, his daughter, who accompanied him on the cruise, calls him “my inspiration.”

    He is known around his neighborhood as the unofficial “mayor of Scott Station.”

  • Les Bailey just back from a Mediterranean Cruise, had to run around attending to chores he’d neglected during his vacation, he said

    His son, Gary, describes him as “pretty amazing,”

    Karen Walters, his daughter, who accompanied him on the cruise, calls him “my inspiration.”

    He is known around his neighborhood as the unofficial “mayor of Scott Station.”

  • Not wind nor rain nor muddy ground could keep the folks at Habitat For Humanity from delivering once again.

    Teresa Duncan’s family – her five grandchildren and her – received the keys Saturday to their new, 4-bedroom home on Ardmore Lane just west of Shelbyville.

    “Oh my gosh, it’s so beautiful,” said Duncan, an employee of Bell House restaurant. “I am so ecstatic. It’s such a blessing, and it was such a beautiful ceremony.”

  • The circle means many things.
    You can circle the wagons for safety, and you can pull someone into your circle of friendship. Wedding rings are circles because they have no beginning and no end, going on forever.
    And the International Order of The King’s Daughters and Sons embodies much of those ideals their “circles,” or small groups, that filter down to provide aid on local levels.

  • 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.

     

  • Lilly Roadcap and Keaton Sanford-Baird were crowned queen and king of the Simpsonville Fall Festival. They are members of the Shelby County 4-H Dairy Club and students at Simpsonville Elementary. Lilly is the daughter of Steve and Lisa Roadcap, and Keaton is the son of Vicky Sanford-Baird and Keith Baird.