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  • Monday, Oct. 22: Chicken cacciatore, noodles, spaghetti, green beans, roll, mixed fruit.
    Tuesday, Oct. 23: Chicken fried beef steak, mashed potatoes, lima beans, pear halves, bread.
    Wednesday, Oct. 24: Pork roast loin, new buttered potatoes, buttered spinach, pineapple chunks, roll.
    Thursday Oct. 25: Pizza Day.
    Friday, Oct. 26: Honey glazed baked chicken, baked sweet potato, seasoned cabbage, fruit cobbler, bread.
     

  • Fall has arrived with 2 threats of frost so far (but none that materialized for the farm). Frost is inevitable, of course, it happens every year so let's get organized for the return of our tropical to the not-so-great indoors.

  • By Susan Spicer

    Do you have a mini muffin pan? If not, you'd better run out and get one so you can try these yummy recipes.
    The Taco Tarts are delicious, and will disappear so fast you won't believe it.  They are very easy to make, and would be a great first recipe for young cooks-to-be. My experience is that kids really like these.

  • By Dennis Morgeson

    Fertilizing your lawn is a good way to maintain a healthy turf. You should fertilize every year. Fertilizing your lawn helps maintain a uniform, dense, green, turf and reduces weed problems. The good effects of fertilizing can be lost if you fertilize at the wrong time. Low maintenance turf requires one application of fertilization in late October or anytime in November for most grass types.

  • The Marion County Arts and Humanities Council will be holding their 8th annual art auction on Friday, Oct. 14, at Henning’s Restaurant. The event will begin with dinner at 6:30 p.m., with live music to accompany the meal. Advance tickets are still available at Family Frame Shop, Farm Bureau or any of the arts council members. Come early and preview the auction items.

  • The theme for the 2012 Window Decorating Contest is “Marion County...the crossroads of good spirits & hospitality”. Your window should reflect this theme.
    Have your windows decorated by Monday, Sept. 17. If your business is located outside the Lebanon downtown area, contact the chamber to let them know you will be participating.
    The winner will receive $50 and a certificate for the best decorated window. The winner will be announced on Monday, Sept. 24 at 1 p.m.
     

  • It’s time to clear the air! On Sept. 18, the Marion County and Washington County health departments will host the “Cooper/Clayton Method to Become a Non-Smoker,” a 13-week comprehensive program. Classes will be held on Tuesday nights at 5:30 p.m. at the Washington County Health Department.
    These workshops have been conducted all over Kentucky over the past several years and have been very successful. Anyone who wants to stop smoking is invited to participate.

  • Sept. 24 - Sept. 28
    Country Store opens on Monday, Sept. 24, and will be located inside Channel Six- Central Kentucky Television on Main Street in Lebanon. Look for the pig at the front door beckoning you in to browse and shop from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. during Ham Days week and throughout the weekend!

    MONDAY, SEPT. 24
    • Treasure Hunt

  • The 2012 Ham Days Committee is looking to crown a new “Hog Slopper”!  The annual Slop the Hogs competition will be held at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25 on the outdoor stage at the Centre Square Convention Complex.
    They are searching for participants to take part in the ham and biscuit eating contest; the winner will be awarded a trophy and a Ham Days breakfast ticket.
    Fax the following information back to the Chamber office by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21. The fax number is (270) 692-2661.

     

  • Larry and Jeanne Kirk of Marion, KY, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Samantha Jo Kirk, to Evan Michael Tate, son of Michael and Rita Tate of Hardinsburg.

  • Richard and Hattie Yocum of Lebanon announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Theresa Ann, to Michael Steven ëStevieí Calhoun, son of William Cowherd and Betty Calhoun, both of Lebanon.
    Yocum is a 1993 graduate of Washington County High School and a 2012 graduate of National College in Danville with a degree as a medical assistant. She is employed at TGKY.
    Calhoun is a 1996 graduate of Marion County High School and is employed at TGKY.

  • Kyle Lewis Purdom will celebrate his 4th birthday Aug. 7, 2012. He is the son of Kevin and Amy Purdom of Bradfordsville. Grandparents are Porter and Gloria Bright and Tony and Charlotte Purdom, all of Bradfordsville. He has one brother, Wesley.

  • Henry Howard "Cotton" Abell, 94, first started taking pictures when he was 10 years old. He won a kite-flying contest and the first prize was a box camera. He continued taking pictures until a few years ago due to macular degeneration. Cotton took most of the photos featured in Cotton's Corner, but his first cousin, Bill Abell, also took some. Bill gave Cotton his slides when he moved to Louisville in the 1950s. Some of the photos in Cotton's collection were also taken by Huley Browne. Browne's widow, Violet, gave Cotton his slides after he passed away.

  • In honor of World Breastfeeding Week Aug. 1-7, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is working to emphasize the importance of providing support for breastfeeding families. This message extends to fathers, family members, friends, employers and other key individuals who can play a role in the effort to build a supportive network for breastfeeding mothers.

  • The Distinquished Young Women of Marion County Board of Directors and Committee are always looking for responsible volunteers. If you would like to volunteer your time to help with one of the top programs in the state, contact any of the board of directors or committee members. The board and committee members are, front row, from left, Vickie and David Perkins, Lisa and Rick Browning, Mahala and Pat Mattingly, and Misty Kehm; second row, Sandra Gribbins, Mary Anne Blair, Michelle Farmer, Michelle Cox, Renee Schooling, and Shannon Drury; and back row, Angie Akers and Karen Purdom.

  • Along with busy practices, Drs. Eric Bentley and Tom Rogers also found time to serve as associate medical directors at Hosparus Central Kentucky. Dr. Bentley joined Hosparus in 1993 and Dr. Rogers joined the organization in 2004. The two recently left Hosparus to concentrate efforts on their practices. To show appreciation for Drs. Bentley and Rogers' tireless service on behalf of Hosparus patients and families, the organization hosted luncheons to thank and honor the doctors.

  • The Sisters of Loretto marked their 200th anniversary earlier this year, and on Aug. 26, the Rev. Joseph Kurtz, Archbishop of Louisville, will continue that celebration with a Mass and dinner at St. Augustine Church in Lebanon.
    The recognition will include the Sisters of Loretto, anyone who served with them and those students who attended schools staffed by the sisters.
    The Mass is scheduled for 4 p.m. Aug. 26 at St. Augustine Church with a catered meal to follow in the parish center.

  • Youth Explosion
    First Baptist Church on N. Depot Street invites everyone to attend their Youth Explosion from 3-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11. There will be many different activities and a DJ. There will be a break from 5-6 p.m. for refreshments.

    Missionary Day
    First Baptist Church on N. Depot Street invites you to their Mission Day program at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12. Rev. Mike Ash, pastor of Mount Union Baptist Church in Summerville, will be the guest speaker.

    Summer revival