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Bring Your Garden Indoors

If the thought of facing a long winter without straight-from-the-garden freshness makes you sad, weep no more. It’s easy as tomato pie to grow your own produce indoors.

There are a number of indoor gardening systems on the market today. They range in price and require anything from 2 square feet in space all the way to a multi-tiered 5-feet wide rack of shelving and grow lights. But if you don’t have the money or space to invest in one of these systems, don’t worry. There’s plenty you can do without them.

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Morgantown Elementary Santa Letters

Please enjoy these letters to Santa from students at Morgantown Elementary School. If you don't see your child's class, check back again soon. Classes will be added. 

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Monetary gifts can help teach youth financial management

Many youth receive money or gift cards during the holidays. This is a perfect time for parents to teach them about wise financial management.

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Ways to Deter Black Vultures

Black vultures are native to Kentucky. As a result, they are present here year-round, but you may be seeing more of them now for a few reasons. Their overall populations have increased in the state in the past couple of years. They are also a migratory species with a recently expanded range that stretches from Canada to South America, so you will see a lot more birds in Kentucky during the fall and winter as the birds from the northern range migrate south.

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Christ Covenant Church

 Bro. Woody Moore, founding Pastor of Christ Covenant Church

On a humid mid-June Sunday morning, songs of praise could be heard echoing across the farm bottoms of the Green River.  Those melodies were resounding from a small cabin atop a hill that overlooked a lake in Woodbury, Ky.  Not the typical setting for Sunday morning worship service these days.  Nevertheless, this was a special day for a few of us who had endeavored to begin a new chapter in our lives and in the history of Butler County.

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Butler County Chapter NSDAR Festival of Trees

The Butler County Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution proudly announces the return of the annual Festival of Trees.  In the past, the Festival of Trees has been held in a local venue where participants displayed their tree for public viewing. As a result of COVID-19 and concerns about keeping our community safe, this year’s Festival of Trees will be using social media to unite our community in celebrating the season. We are excited and hope that you will join us as we present our Festival of Trees: A Visual Feast.

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Honoring Veterans; Smith, Carter, and Vaughn

Beech Tree News proudly honors the following men and women for their service to our country:


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Quilts of Valor

Bobby D. McPherson, Commander U. S. Navy

 The Butler County Piecemakers recently honored 23 Veterans with Quilts of Valor.  The ladies pieced the quilts and Sue Abbott did the quilting.  The quilt presentation is usually done during the Countywide Veterans program, however with Covid-19 the quilts have been presented to the individuals.  If you have a picture of your Veteran and quilt please send to diandyer1570@gmail.com.

Paul Bach 

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Medal of Honor Recipient Don Jenkins

Butler County is home to one of two Medal of Honor recipents in Kentucky, Don Jenkins. The Medal of Honor is the highest miltary decoration presented by the United States Government to its members of the armed forces.  He received the Medal of Honor in 1971 from former President Richard Nixon.  There is a total of 69 receipents still living with the oldest being 99 and the youngest 31 years of age. Three recepients are still serving. 

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My Hero Art and Writing Contest and Buddy Poppy Winners

The school district and local VFW Ladies Auxiliary host an annual My Hero contest for all Butler County students.  Students may write or design a picture about a Veteran or about honoring Veterans.  These pics are the winners from each school. There is also an annual Buddy Poppy contest for 5th graders to write to the Mayor about a Veteran or way they want our community to honor Veterans.  

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