Looking for a something special way to share your time during the Thanksgiving holiday season? Why not attend an event at Morgantown Care and Rehab. Simply scroll through the featured events below as copied from the calendar of planned events near the front lobby.
“I remember I cried when I heard the “Evansville” had sunk,” recalls Morgantown resident Wanna Evans with her sharp 93 years young, mind’s eye. The stately boat could be counted on to make two round trips weekly between the cities of Evansville and Bowling Green with scheduled stops between.
The Little Muddy RD Club met October 17th, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. There were 20 people present. The meeting began with Maggie Drake leading the club in the pledge to the American flag. Scott Keen gave the blessing for the meal.
The family of Roger and Kay Moore would like to thank everyone for their prayers, phone calls, and concern during Kay's recent surgery and rehabilitation. Roger and Kay are extremely appreciative of all the many acts of kindness expressed by so many people.
Enjoy the winning Buddy Poppy essays selected by the VFW Ladies Auxillary.
John Paul Boisseau will be the Guest Speaker at both Caney Fork and Ebenezer Presbyterian Churches on Sunday, Nov. 20th. He will be at Caney Fork at 9:45am and Ebenezer at 11:30am. John Paul's subject will be Addiction....Alcohol, Drugs, and other forms of Addiction.
Ashley Bridges checked her text messages on Wednesday morning, November 9, expecting to find her usual family updates and news from her boss. She was just a little surprised when she opened his text message to find an interesting photo.
By Christine Coleman: Saturday, September 17, 2011 marked the 50th anniversary of the BCHS 1961 Graduating Class.
Fourth Annual Butler County Education Preservation Fundraiser Festival of Trees, Set-up date is only days away !We start setting-up trees at 8:00 AM November 26, the Saturday after Thanksgiving at the Butler County Education Complex, giving families a chance to work together.
Western Kentucky University recently honored 38 students from six South Central Kentucky high schools for their academic achievements. The annual High School Scholars recognition ceremony honored students who qualify for a renewable scholarship to WKU.