Oak Ridge Christian Academy celebrated the graduation of two seniors on Monday, May 22. The ceremony began at 6pm at Oak Ridge Church.
Morgantown Elementary celebrated their Leaders of the Year from each class on Friday. Congratulations to all the students.
Leader of the Year
Mrs. Baker’s class – Scarlet Costello
Ms. Otey’s class – Ryleigh Southerland
Mrs. Rich’s class – Owen Wilson
Friday, May 19th, six children were chosen as the Leader of the Year in their respective grade. They were awarded due to their hard work, dedication, and utilization of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey.
Farmers and others interested in agriculture have the opportunity to participate in the Motivating and Educating Agriculture Leaders program.
The Screaming Eagle Honor Flight left Nashville on May 13 with Butler County Veteran Jim Cartwright on board. Cartwright joined 20-plus veterans on the flight along with long-time friend and former Butler Countian Harold Cortland Givens.
Overall Champion/Boys 1st place: Nicohlas F.
Girls 1st place: Gabby M.
Girls 2nd place: Emily C.
Boys 2nd place: Cam P.
On Saturday May 13th, several from the community and other counties came to participate in the 2nd Annual Butler County Football Car Show. With a little over 50 entries for the day, there were several beautiful classics to admire from various decades.
The 2017 Shooting Sports program is set to get underway. Sign-up date has been set for May 23rd, 6:00 p.m., at the Extension Office.
The Kentucky Society Daughters of the American Revolution held a workshop in Bowling Green on Saturday, May 13. Attending from the Butler County Chapter were Linda Deweese, Lois Russ, Gladys Brooks and Lynda O’Driscoll.