Morgantown Care and Rehab hosted several Christmas parties during the holiday season. The lobby was full of residents, families, and friends waiting for the arrival of Santa, and they were not disappointed.
Saturday December 17, a group from Monticello Baptist Church journeyed to Federal Grove in Auburn, KY for a Christmas dinner. For those who have never been, Federal Grove is a sit-down style family dinner atmosphere. There was fried chicken and chicken and dressing as main courses, broccoli sal
The children in Ms. Katrina Graham's class decided not to buy gift for each other but buy gloves and toboggans for the foster children in Butler County. Ms. Graham was a foster/adoptive parent for Butler County several years ago and she is very familiar with the needs the children have.
Katie Kirby graduated from Western Kentucky University on Saturday, December 17th in the Fall 2011 Commencement ceremonies held in E. A. Diddle Arena.
Our Club has been very busy lately; we have been working on all of our programs, activities, and crafts.
God has blessed us with love and friendship.We, Gayline Snodgrass McGuyer and Robbie Lane McKinney, have chosen to begin our new life together at the beginning of the New Year Sunday, January 1st, 2012.
The Hughes family would like to thank the Butler County fire fighters for your timely response to our home on Saturday evening. Your professionalism helped turn a potential disaster into a happy ending. We hold each of you in high regard and wish all of you a Merry Christmas.
With the holiday season upon us, it’s important to remember to reduce holiday stress and the after-holiday bills by developing a budget for gift giving, food and entertainment expenses.
With Christmas approaching, don’t forget to attend an event at Morgantown Care and Rehab. Copied from the calendar of planned events at MCRC, the week before Christmas looks to be packed with events, parties and, who knows, maybe even Santa himself.
The spirit of Christmas is never as evident as it is in the words of children. Each year Beech Tree News prints letters to Santa written by students at North Butler Elementary. Letters to Santa reaffirm the message of the holiday season as they brim with a sense of hope and innocence.