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Today's Features

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    Homemakers book club

    The Homemakers book club, meets at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 27 at the Shelby County Extension office, 1117 Frankfort Road. Participants can bring their lunches and favorite books they have read to tell other club members about them and then take home a new book to read. To register for the book club or for more information, call 633-4593.

    MAPP meeting

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    Stubblefield Repeater Club meeting

    The Stubblefield Repeater Club, Shelby County’s amateur radio club, meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 13 at the Shelby County Fire Department Station 1, 200 Alpine Drive. For more information, call 502-321-7252 or 502-633-1839.

    Pop-up libraries

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    Kentucky in the World War

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    Vet Center Outreach event

  • Winners of the Bagdad Day pageants included the following:

    Baby Miss Bagdad Day – Bentley McNew

    Baby Mister Bagdad Day – Barrett Pennington

    Toddler Miss Bagdad Day – Adaline Frederick

    Toddler Mister Bagdad Day – Daniel Jeremiah Allen

    Wee Miss Bagdad Day – Payton Hart

    Wee Mister Bagdad Day – Kennith Cunningham

    Tiny Miss Bagdad Day – Jolynn Joyce Lecompte

    Tiny Mister Bagdad Day –  Mason Chadwell

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    Sound of Music auditions

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    Gardening in Small Spaces  

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    Veterans Outreach Program

    The Lexington Vet Center is participating in a Veterans Outreach and Informational event from 1 p.m. -to 2:30 p.m., April 18 at the Serenity Venter (98 7th Street) in Shelbyville.Veterans and their families are welcome to learn about Vet Center’s readjustment counseling services, which include:

    Posttraumatic Stress

    Military Sexual Trauma

  • In the summer of 1958, upon completion of my instruction at the Canadian National Defence College in Kingston, Ontario, I took my family to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, where I reported for duty to the Major General Commanding the 2nd Marine Division.

    At that time, the division consisted of three infantry regiments, an artillery battalion, and other supporting units, trained to spearhead amphibious landings. It had a strength of about 18,000 officers and men.

  • Her eyes wide with wonder, one year-old Addie Parisek gave serious attention to her matching pink pacifier as she regarded the large crowd watching her as she strutted her stuff as the youngest model in the 2018 Spring Fashion Show Thursday.
    Sheila Fawbush, extension agent for families and consumer science, smiled as she glanced around the large room at the Shelby County Extension Office during the show’s intermission, packed with nearly 100 people.
    “We were really pleased with the turnout, considering the snow yesterday,” she said.