It’s easy to pack a shoebox! The idea in a nutshell is to pack a shoebox with school supplies, coloring books, pencils, flip flops, toothbrushes, washcloths, cars, Yo-yos, a Slinky, puppets, dolls, teddy bears, and hard candy.
The Morgantown High School Class of 1948 held their 67th reunion on October 3, 2015 at the Farm Boy. Class members included: Mardell Barrow Givens, Zora Evans Tayor, Joyce Flener Porter, Roy Givens Jr., Charles Hutcheson, Vernita Ingram, Rollie Porter, and Alma Jean Render Hocker. Guests includ
David Hurt of Frankfort: retired farmer, stage actor, and on last Friday night at the Butler County Public Library, Grandpa Jones.
The Butler County Cooperative Extension Service will be offering a free Nutrition Education Workshop at the Butler County Extension Office beginning October 15th at 8 am and at the Butler County Boys and Girls Club beginning October 19th at 10 am.
Each year the Green River Museum honors people who have made an impact on Butler County history or its preservation. The 2015 recipient of our GRM Impact Award is the late Victor Hugo Lytle, who was Lockmaster at Lock No.4, Woodbury, from 1952-1959. Mr.
Provo Rural Development, established 1957, held their 3rd Annual Parade and Cruise-In Saturday afternoon, October 10.
On the morning of October 5, 2015, thirty cadets in the Butler County High School NJROTC unit went to the Owensboro Coast Guard Station where we went on a two hour boat tour of the USCG (United States Coast Guard) Cutter Obion.
The Donate Life Kentucky State Team will be bringing the “Life is Cool” program to North Butler Elementary on Wednesday, October 14. The program is a hands on, in-house ‘field trip’ that helps students better understand how healthy choices keep one’s body healthy. The curriculum includes 5 we
The Chamber of Commerce would like to invite everyone to come to our Open House on Monday October 12th from 11am to 1pm.Come and have some cake and punch to celebrate the Chamber’s 33rd year of being in Butler County.
It’s pecan fundraising time for the Butler County Homemakers! Homemakers are taking orders for Schermer pecans, either pieces or halves through October 16th. These are fresh pecans (2015 crop) and the Homemakers will be getting delivery of the first group picked. While we ‘usually’ have extra