Ryman Ali Little was born on April 24th, 2013. We were preparing to leave the hospital and take Ryman home a couple of days later when Ryman’s nurse came to us concerned about Ryman’s lack of eating not being as an alert.
On Wednesday, April 14th Jennifer Davis, Madison Staton, Kayla Spurgeon, and Emily McAfee (Butler County High School science teachers) led a STEM education training sessi
In my opinion, the notes function in the iPhone is one of the greatest functions ever invented. I could say the same about Amazon’s Alexa device. It is especially useful for people like me who need a little assistance remembering appointments, etc. I guess everyone needs help remembering those
During the next year, youth can learn more about the wild side of Kentucky through Kentucky 4-H Bio blitz. The program is a citizen scientist event that encourages 4-H members and their families to explore their state and observe and record the wild animals and plants they find in nature.
Tammy Deweese took her homework assignment very seriously. Professor Jared Hanley of Owensboro Community College gave Tammy a few choices for her " Give Back to the Earth Project.
Troop 208 might be small in numbers but is big in heart. The national average of Scouts that advance to the highest honor, Eagle Scout, is less than ten percent.
The Scouts have been busy during the pandemic completing several Merit Badges.