Butler County Conservation District will be having a Tree Giveaway Thursday, April 12th from 8:30 am until 4 pm, (or until we run out), at the Conservation District Office at 216 W. Ohio St. Suite C, Morgantown.FIRST COME FIRST SERVE!! LIMIT OF 10 TREES PER PERSON
Morgantown Community Church Easter weekend schedule:We have several opportunities coming up this Easter weekend to celebrate Jesus, enjoy community, and grow with others. For more info on any of these events call the MCC office at 526-5026.
Brent and Lisa (Graham-Gibbs) Young of Sugar Grove are pleased to announce the forth coming marriage of their daughter, Brittany Paige Gibbs to Jeremy Dale Alexander.
People interested in gardening and basic food preservation should make plans to attend the 2012 Garden and Food Preservation program on Wednesday, April 11th at the Butler County Extension Service from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
There will be a wedding shower for Paula Elaine Minton and Jamie Givens on April 7, 2012. The shower will be at the Morgantown Church of Christ at 2 pm. They are registered at Wall-Mart and Macy's.
The fact that historian and former journalist Roger Givens is quite a storyteller became apparent to those attending “Coffee Talk With Roger” Saturday morning at the Butler County Public Library.
The Butler County High School Lunch Ladies decided to increase student and staff awareness of MyPlate by making it a permanent part of the serving line each day. During recent redecorating the MyPlate graphic, which illustrate the five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet,
Memebers of the Butler County High School FCCLA traveled to Louisville last week to compete in the state-wide FCCLA competition. Several BCHS students took first place at the competition and are now eligible to compete in Orlando, FL in July. Congrats to FCCLA STAR Event winners!
On March 22, 2012, BCMS STLP traveled to Lexington, KY to attend and compete at the STLP State Championship. The day was long and filled with many competitions for the students. With over 6,000 students across the state at the competition our students stood out in many areas.