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Today's Features

  • Noted Kentucky author, Al Fritsch, Ph.D., S.J., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kerr, Phillips Lane, on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22.
    Fritsch, parish priest of St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church in Ravenna and Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church in Stanton, Ky., is a prolific writer whose works include Mountain Moments (photographs by Warren Brunner) and Water Sounds. His website earthhealing.info has reached over one million readers. The site focuses on humankind’s shared reliance on the beauty and sanctity of the earth.

  • This time of the year we usually start to think about cleaning off the front porch, emptying containers of declining summer annuals and replacing them with something a little showy for the fall.  
    We hope that the old standby of mums will persist through the onset of winter, but that depends on the weather and the shape the mums were in when we purchased them. I have seen some that still look largely intact and others that are ready to be pulled.

  • EBENEZER UNITED
    METHODIST
    Juggling Faith and Life Youth Conference featuring motivational speaker Therese Warrick, EKU students Keith Douglas and Sheena Banner, and special appearance from Mt. Calvary Mime Ministry. The event will be held Saturday, Dec. 1 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (lunch will be served) at Ebenezer United Methodist Church, 205 N. Locust Street. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. Door prizes will also be given (including prize for the youth who brings the most youth).

  • Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen. Nobody knows my sorrow.
    Today I’m suffering First World Problems. To name a few:
    I noticed too late that the gray of my shirt does not match the gray of my pants. Also? I left the house without wearing any bracelets, so not only am I color uncoordinated, but I have naked wrists.

  • THURSDAY, Nov. 29
    Historical/Women’s Book Groups. Thursday, Nov. 29 starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library for a holiday potluck.  Will also be discussing the books read this year both as a group and as individuals and will be making next year’s book group selections.
    FRIDAY, Nov. 30

  • Preceptor Omega met at the home of Nancy Deitemeyer on Nov. 5 with 10 members reciting the opening ritual.
    Barbara Snopek read a thank you note from the Judy Mitchell Letcher scholarship recipient for the current school year, Anna Hall. She included in her note her GPA and gave a brief review of her schedule.
    Social committee chairman Linda Root gave us plans for our Christmas dinner which will be held at the Vault, and there will be more information to follow.

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