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Today's Features

  • This week
    Alzheimer’s caregivers support group
    Alzheimer’s caregivers support group meets at 10:30 a.m. today at First Christian Church, 1000 Eminence Pike in Shelbyville. For more information, call the church at 633-3345.
    Food gardening

  • For the fourth year in a row, animal lovers turned out in droves to pack Claudia Sanders Dinner House to raise money for animals.

    “Are we sold out – are you kidding?” said Kate Raisor, glancing around at the horde of 350-plus patrons, mostly decked out in various hues of red, pink and black, milling around the banquet room Friday night.

  • For the fourth year in a row, animal lovers turned out in droves to pack Claudia Sanders Dinner House to raise money for animals.

    “Are we sold out – are you kidding?” said Kate Raisor, glancing around at the horde of 350-plus patrons, mostly decked out in various hues of red, pink and black, milling around the banquet room Friday night.

  • Shelby County’s animal welfare workers and volunteers will be celebrating this evening at the Claudia Sanders Dinner House – but they also will be focusing on a big job ahead.

    The event is the fourth Monarchs, Mutts and Meows dinner dance fundraiser, with proceeds being shared by the five county organizations that work to rescue stray or deserted animals and find them new homes.

    The good news is that the event has been so well supported. Tickets have already sold out.

  • Magician Cottrell performing at library

    Simpsonville magician Dave Cottrell will entertain Saturday in a special family fun day at the Shelby County Public Library.

    His magic show will begin at 11 a.m. in the Hudson room. The show is free and for all ages.

    For more information, contact 633-3803, ext. 11 or marketing@scplibrary.net.

     

    Stuart in Frankfort tonight

  • Crescent Place Assisted Living, a pet friendly community, hosted its first Dog Show on Jan. 28. Dogs from the community and the residents participated for Best Dressed, Best Personality and Best Trick.

  • This week
    Chamber networking luncheon

  • The family of First Baptist Church Shelbyville on Friday lost a very faithful member with the passing of Ann Harris.

    Harris, who last month had turned 103, attended church right up until her death, said her longtime friend, Max Doyle.

    “She dearly loved the lord,” he said. “She was always at church, just about every Sunday.”

  • Emerson Grace Barger will celebrate her first birthday Feb. 12, 2014.

    She is the daughter of Shelley and Alan Barger of Tampa, Fla.

    Grandparents are Hite Hays of Shelbyville, Judy and Duvall Burk of Shelbyville, and Gail and George Barger of Richmond.

    Great-grandparent is Leon Fritz of Bybee.