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Today's Features

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  • First Baptist welcomes guest minister

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  • First Baptist Church of Lebanon is pleased to announce that Dr. Bob Johnson will be the guest minister for Sunday Worship Services on Aug. 23.
    Dr. Johnson  is former Dean of Southern Seminary and presently serves as interim associate pastor of Broadway Baptist Church of Louisville.  He also serves as "Convener" of Friends of Southern Seminary. Pastor Tommy Calhoun and the congregation of First Baptist Church welcome all to attend this 11 a.m. service.  For further information, contact Deacon Jerry Evans, (270) 692-5579.
     

  • By Dr. David B. Whitlock

    I’m moving.
    Not out but up.
    To be more exact, I’m moving up one flight of stairs.
    Our church’s growing children’s ministry needs the space where my second study is located, so I’m giving that room to them. How can you turn down children?
    But this is an enormous task, for I have books, many books.
    If my books were all e-books, or on a computer, this would be a cinch: I’d just carry that little reading device upstairs to my new hideaway.

  • TODAY

    Beekeepers meeting
    There will be a Marion County Beekeepers meeting Wednesday, Aug. 12, during a picnic at the farm of Bill and Terry Williams. For more information, call the Marion County Extension Office, 270-692-2421.

    UPCOMING

    Bradfordsville Jamboree

  • By Susan Spicer

  • I am planting a fall garden for sure this year. The current one is a flop so it is time to start over. The challenge with a fall garden is getting seed and seedlings to germinate and grow during the heat of the end of summer. If temperatures moderate we have a better chance at success. Planting beds are ready since the potatoes have been harvested (and the rotten onions removed.) All the debris has been removed and the soil has been prepared with additional compost (remember that every chance you have to add compost do so because it will improve your soil thus improving the crop.)

  • By David Kessler

    Marion County Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources

     

  • It seems that the growing season has just begun, however it is time to start thinking about fall. Early August is the time to start planting and planning for your fall garden.
    Many people don’t even think about vegetable gardening in the fall but it is actually the best time to grow many of our cool season vegetables.
    Taste and quality of most cool season vegetables is better in the fall because the weather is getting cooler when harvest and ripening time nears instead of hotter like it does in the spring.