2nd Saturday Crafts will be held Saturday, May 12, from 10 am – 12 Noon at the Butler County Extension Office, Morgantown. Crafters will learn to do “Altered Canvas” which is a method of creating 3-dimensional wall-hangings using paper and artist canvas.
Rabies: Description- Rabies is a uniformly fatal infection that causes neurologic signs in infected animals. Rabies virus is maintained in various wildlife reservoirs around the world and can infect any mammal. Wildlife reservoirs vary by geographic location.
On April 26th the Butler Country DAR Chapter held their 41st annual Silver Tea Awards. The Silver Tea Awards honor the youth and education leaders for the leadership and achievements in writing, art, citizenship, and various activities in education.
Celebrate Recovery is a life changing ministry that God is using at Cool Springs church. It's a ministry for anyone that struggles with a hurt, a habit, or a hang-up. We all have struggles of many different kinds. We can't label them as bad or not as bad as someone else's, or not important. G
Rev. Lindle and Noreta Keown would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tabitha Lynn Keown to Jesse Thomas Drury, son of Rev. Steve and Judy Drury of Lexington.
Monday, May 7th the Butler County High School Band will be performing their Spring Concert at the High School at 6:00 pm. Monday, May 14th the Butler County Middle School will be performing their Spring Concert at 6:30 at the Middle School. Mr. Jason Ausbrooks and Mr.
Clay Daugherty and Sarah Morgan will be married on Sunday, April 29th at 6 p.m.
The students from the Butler County Head Start program stopped by the Beech Tree offices today to say "hello" while on their way to the BC Public Library for Story Hour.
It’s that time again. Morgantown Care & Rehabilitation Center - Relay for Life Committee - is scheduling a Jail-A-Thon with all monies collected going to the American Cancer Society. This is a frightful disease that attacks all ages and all walks of life.
The wedding of Tabitha Lynn Keown and Jesse Thomas Drury will be held Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 2 p.m. at the Trinity Hill United Methodist Church in Lexington, Kentucky (3600 Tates Creek Road). A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall.