Dr. Wan started the gift giving in the 70’s but it became a yearly tradition with Head Start beginning in 1976 with one small gift for each child. According to Wan’s longtime companion Cindy Black each child received four gifts this year and a visit with Santa. Black has been with Dr.
Richland Baptist Church Youth Group traveled to Perfect North Slopes in Lawrenceburg, IN this past weekend. There were devotionals, food, and 8 hours of skiing, boarding and tubing. For many, this was their first attempt at these activities and we are very thankful for the fun, safe trip.
Butler County High Schools NJROTC used their day off from school, January 16, to go to the Edge Ice Center in Owensboro, Ky. The unit arrived at 1300 that afternoon and enjoyed three continuous hours of ice skating. This was the first time many of them had ever ice skated.
Beech Tree Media asked its readers to submit their memories/photos of former Morgantown Mayor and longtime BCHS Band Director Charles T. Black and the response has been tremendous. Below are some of the comments that we've received thus far.
The Little Muddy RD Club met December 19th, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. There were 24 people present. The meeting began with Jared Hudnall leading the club in the pledge to the American flag. Rita Drake gave the blessing for the meal.
BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY - The search is on for the funniest---and most talented---kids in South Central Kentucky. Auditions for "Kidz on Stage", formerly known as "Funniest Kids Around", will be held on Sunday, January 29th from 1:00p. to 4:00p.
These pictures were taken by Kathy Gill Whitaker in Dexterville on Friday, December 6, 2012, about 1:45pm. Her husband Barry spotted the eagle on his way home and took Kathy back to make some pictures. What a beautiful sight!
Four Butler County High School students have been recommended by faculty/staff members for December student of the month honors based on attendance, promptness to class, participation in class, grades or attitude. These students are Matthew Embry, Brittany Bingham, Danny Cowan, and Leslie Pace.
The Butler County Family Resource and Youth Services Centers would like to thank everyone that played a part in providing “Butler County Christmas Toys for Tots” for children in Butler County. It is amazing how this small county cares and gives so much.
The Fisher House at Fort Campbell, Kentucky was the destination of the Green River Society Children of the American Revolution on December 21. Wendy, the director, so graciously gave us a tour of the facility.