More than 60 guests from around the community celebrated workforce development and the new location of the Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail on Wednesday, June 22. Local and state leaders spoke about how important the career center is to the community.
Marion County Judge/Executive David Daugherty was the first to speak at the event and said people don’t always take advantage of the career center’s benefits.
As many of you know, there has been a highly debated proposal to convert a natural gas pipeline that runs through Marion County and five of Kentucky’s six congressional districts into a natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline. An article from last week’s Danville Advocate reported that several community members that oppose this pipeline conversion were writing letters to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) demanding a full environmental impact study of the Utica Marcellus Texas Pipeline Project.
American Red Cross heroes come in all shapes and sizes. They don’t wear capes or special suits, and their badge of honor is the bandage that shows they gave the “gift of life.” The Red Cross encourages eligible donors to become hometown heroes and answer the call of patients in need by donating blood.
Donating blood is one of the simplest things a person can do to help save a patient’s life. For the hour it takes to give blood, there could be a whole community of people thankful for another birthday given to their loved one.
Marion County High School will be led by Interim Principal Tom Brown during the 2016-17 school year.
The MCHS Principal Selection Committee selected Brown to serve as the interim principal and Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser made the announcement Thursday evening.
“Mr. Brown is a 27-year retired teacher and administrator with various experiences as a teacher, coach and principal,” Schlosser wrote in an email to the Enterprise.
Oliver and Snoda Votaw of Campbellsville, formerly of Lebanon, will celebrate 69 years of marriage on June 28. Cards are welcome to 618 Osage Avenue in Campbellsville.
Oliver also celebrated his 90th birthday on June 20. There was a party held in his honor with friends and family.
MCHS Class of 1981
The Marion County High School Class of 1981 will have their 35th year reunion Saturday, Aug. 13, from 7 p.m.- 12 a.m. at Rosewood Bar & Grill. For more information, call Missie Martin Mills at 859-699-8165.