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The Central Hardin Fire Department Family Fun Day will be Sunday, June 26th from 2p-5p at Station 1 at 2522 Ring Rd. There will be food, drinks, petting zoo, bounce house, and more. It’s a great opportunity to get know your fire fighters and come see the fire trucks.
PUBLIC HEARING #2016-PC-05 The hearing is being held to consider a map amendment for property located at 410 Ring Road to change the zoning classification from Municipal Airport Zone (MAZ) to Commercia-3 (C-3) as requested by Hartlage Management Company for construction of an office building.
2. OATH OF OFFICE-BETH ROBERTS
3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
a. April 12, 2016
4. PUBLIC HEARING #2016-PC-04
a. Map Amendment – 410 Ring Road
b. Development Plan
5. HOMETOWNE CENTER – 1612 RING ROAD
a. Sidewalk Waiver
6. 611 COLUMBIA DRIVE (St John’s Pointe)
a. Amended Subdivision Plat Revocation
7. TRAINING APPROVAL
8. STAFF REPORT
9. COMMISSION MEMBER ITEMS
The E-town Tennis Commission State Farm E-town Open will be July 2-3. Deadline to enter is June 28th. For more information and signups log on to: www.cktstour.com or call 502-270-737-4837
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will host Coach Andre Cooper’s Kids Soccer Camp on June 27 – 30. The soccer camp is for boys and girls ages 8 – 14 and will be held from 6 – 8:30 p.m. June 27 – 30 at Nicholas Field in Elizabethtown. The $50 registration fee includes a camp T-shirt. Participants may register on June 10 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the college’s Regional Postsecondary Center. Late registration will be held at Nicholas Field on June 27 at 5 p.m. For more information, call 270-706-8431.
The Nutrition Education Program of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service is offering a FREE assistance with meal planning, stretching your food dollars, new and nutritious recipes for your family, eating better to improve your health, MyPlate, nutrients needed for good health, food safety, feeding your children well, gardening, food preparation, budgeting your food dollars, and helping you locate resources you may need. The service is for families raising young children, pregnant, or parenting teens, and senior citizens. Call the Hardin County Extension Service Office at 270-765-4121.
The Tri-Parish Old Fashioned picnic will be Saturday, July 2nd. St. Augustine, St. Anthony, and St. Benedict are teaming up for this event at St. Anthony Church located at 1256 St. Anthony Church Rd in Clarkson. The midway will be open from 2pm-1pm. There will be a raffle, adult booths, children game, bingo, silent auction, pull tabs, live music, showdown poker, corn hole competition, homemade ice cream, hot dogs, drinks, and a country dinner. For more information call 270-242-4791.
Your Community Bank partners with The City of Elizabethtown and Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau to present Founders’ Day 2016 July 4th at Freeman Lake Park. This year’s line-up will include the United States Army Parachute Team: Golden Knights and the 202nd Army Band of the KY National Guard.
It’s a year of firsts for the Founders’ Day as this will be the first time the Golden Knights will be performing in Elizabethtown for this event. This is also the first time Your Community Bank will be named as title sponsor. Sponsorship plays a vital role to the planning and development of community events.
The Park will open at 5:00 pm with the Shoney’s Pie Eating contest and free face painting available for the kids. Food vendors will be selling barbeque, chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, pork sandwiches, lemonade, and ice cream. The 202nd Army Band of the KY National Guard will take the stage at 6:00 pm with the 202nd rock band Fallout at 7:00 pm. The Golden Knights Parachute Team will kick off at 8:00 pm. Fallout will take the stage once again after the Parachute Team has concluded their show. This event is free (except for food vendors) and open to the public. Patrons are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, and their families out for a fun evening at the Park.
Founders’ Day 2016 is sponsored by Your Community Bank, Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau, City of Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown Flying Service, Swope Family of Dealerships, Bluegrass Cellular, and Shoney’s.
The schedule for Your Community Bank July 4th Founders’ Day:
4:30PM: Park opens for parking, main entrain only.
5:00: Vendors and kid’s area opens
5:30: Shoney’s pie eating contest takes place
6:00: 202nd Army Band of the National Guard Brass concert begins on Bandstand
7:00: 202nd Army Band of National Guard Rock concert begins on bandstand
8:00: Golden Knights Jump and baton presentation at bandstand (landing will take place in front of Searle Pavilion, no entrance permitted to landing zone (also fireworks zone)
8:30: Rock Band continues (time is approx.)
9:40: Color Guard Presents Colors, singing of National Anthem, fireworks show
West Point, Kentucky
Genealogy has become a popular hobby for folks from all walks of life and all across the nation. Family genealogy is history at its most fascinating and the West Point, Kentucky History Museum wants to encourage family history by offering an informal introduction to genealogy. Attendees are welcome to bring what information they have as well as family photos and will they be supplied with handouts and a list of resources to help get them started on their family search journey.
Chris Lueken, President and curator of the museum will share her knowledge and experience.
The West Point, Kentucky History Museum is located in the National Register Historic District at 508 Elm Street, West Point, Kentucky 40177. The museum offers permanent and rotating displays on the history and heritage of the City of West Point which was established in 1796 at the confluence of the Salt and Ohio Rivers. The museum showcases the people, places, and events that make the area unique. Exhibits include West Point's connections with the Lewis and Clark Expedition, American Civil War, early 20th Century U.S. Military Camps and maneuvers, Fort Knox, West Point Rosenwald School and Ohio River floods history. The museum is a gathering spot for area historians, a learning center and a family-friendly entertainment experience. Open and Free Fridays & Saturdays, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Group tours by appointment, For Information: 502-418-5045.
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CELEBRATION TO BE HELD JULY 9TH
The Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame (KHSBHF) Induction Celebration is scheduled for July 9th at the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown, KY. This is the fifth annual event.
There will be 17 inductees receiving this honor for the 2016 Centennial Class of the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. EST. Tickets are on sale now.
The Induction Celebration begins at 5:30 with a reception in the Your Community Bank Gallery. The inductees and their families will arrive to sign autographs and meet the public. The Pre-Show and Celebration will begin at 7:15 pm in the Theater. Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at the Pritchard Community Center (270)765-5551, 404 South Mulberry, Elizabethtown; Historic State Theater (270)234-8258, 209 West Dixie, Elizabethtown; or paid by mail by visiting http://www.khsbhf.com.
The 2016 Inductee class:
Coach Donna Moir, Sacred Heart High 1991-Present
Coach Randy Napier, Perry County Central High 1980-Present
Coach Pearl Combs, Hindman Settlement 1933-1972
Coach Stan Hardin, Fairdale High 1977-1991
Coach Billy Hicks, Scott County High 1994-Present
Carly Ormerod, Sacred Heart High 2002-2005
Gene Rhodes, Male High 1944-1946
Donnis Butcher, Meade Memorial High 1951-1955
Ralph Richardson, Russell County High 1953-1958
Harry Todd, Earlington High 1953-1958
Tom Thacker, William Grant High 1956-1959
Jim Rose, Hazard High 1964-1967
Dwight Smith, Princeton Dotson High 1960-1963
George Wilson, Lexington Dunbar High 1961-1964
Jeff Lamp, Ballard High 1973-1977
Darius Miller, Mason County High 2003-2008
Bobby Turner, Male High 1972-1976
Hardin County Public Library Kicks Off Adult Summer Reading Program
Summer Reading isn’t just for children! This is the Hardin County Public Library’s 3rd year hosting an Adult Summer Reading Program. There’s something for everyone, and it isn’t just about reading -join us for the kick-off on June 3rd!
WHEN: Program: June 3 – July 15
Kick-off Event: June 3 @ 4:00
WHERE: Hardin County Public Library
100 Jim Owen Drive
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
WHO: Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown welcomes anyone ages 18 and over.
WHAT: This year’s Adult Summer Reading Program theme is “Exercise Your Mind – READ!”
Any adult interested in a bit of a challenge is invited to register. There are numerous opportunities for involvement, varying from reading your favorite genre to reading something brand new, attending fitness-inspired programming to attending any of our programs! When you register, you’ll pick up an activity packet with all your options, including filling out a Literary Champions Bracket. Each activity you complete earns a raffle ticket for prizes drawn weekly.
WHY: Adults deserve a bit of summer fun as well as children! This is an opportunity for adults within the community to explore a bit more of the services the library offers while undertaking a self-paced challenge! Within our Adult Summer Reading Program, participants can choose the extent to which they want to be involved through reading, attending programs, and engaging in mental or physical fitness-related activities at home. And for those who are already involved in the Children’s Summer Reading Program, this is a way to
involve parents and all family members in the library summer reading experience. The Hardin County Public Library is devoted to providing resources that fulfill the informational needs and facilitate the lifelong learning goals of the patrons of Hardin County. For more information about the Adult Summer Reading Program or other adult services with the Hardin County Public Library, visit our webpage at www.hcpl.info, check us out on Facebook and Twitter, pick up one of our Adult Services Newsletters, or email Rebekah Akers, Adult Services Librarian, at email@example.com. Library hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00 – 8:00; Wednesday, Friday: 9:00 – 6:00; Saturday: 9:00 – 3:00.
Rachel’s Fun For Everyone Project invites you to a charity motorcycle run on Saturday, July 16th. Registration is at Optimist Park in Vine Grove at 10am, kickstands up at 11am. The cost is $15 per bike, and $5 per rider. There will be 50/50 raffles and door prizes. All proceeds will benefit Rachel’s Fun For Everyone Project, for more information log on to www.rachelsfunforeveryoneproject.com or call 270-877-8194.
Warm Blessings is celebrating 10 years of compassionately helping people struggling with poverty, housing, self-esteem, health, and homelessness. Come join us for a reception recognizing the tremendous support from donors and volunteers over this time, and Kick-off another 10 years on Sunday July 17th from 1 to 3 at Warm Blessings. Remarks by our Executive Director, Linda Funk, at 2:00 followed by a group photo of volunteers and supporters. See you July 17th.
Big Cat 105.5, Service First Warehouse & Distribution, Serve Pro, and Stanley Steemer bring you Golf Fore Kids Sake Golf Scamble benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hardin County. The event will be on Friday, July 29th at Elizabethtown Country Club at 2606 Hodgenville Rd. Registration begins at 8am, 9am shotgun start, and lunch at noon. It’s $90 per person or $360 per foursome and lunch is included in your registration. Fore more information call 270-317-2456.