March 27, 2007
Dear Editor, I would like to publicly praise the Arts for Kids program here in Danville. My third grade class attended the production of the "Wizard of Oz. " Many of our students at Danville Christian Academy were part of the cast. It was such an outstanding performance by such a talented group of young people. We are so blessed to have such a great avenue for our children to dip into the arts at such a young age. Awesome job everyone. And we're especially proud of our DCA cast members.
April 17, 2009
Who better to make a cake depicting one of the most famous twisters than a Twisted Sifter? When asked to make a cake for a contest to celebrate the Lexington Children's Theatre's 70th anniversary, Pam Birt of Perryville, who named her business The Twisted Sifter, couldn't resist choosing "The Wizard of Oz" theme. "It's one of the first movies I ever saw," says Birt, who plans for her cake to depict several scenes from the 1939 movie in which a schoolgirl is transported to the Land of Oz. "On the board we actually have the tornado, the upside-down house with the witches' legs sticking out with the slippers on and have the start of the yellow brick road.
November 16, 2003
Alan Ball talks like a standup comedian. The funniness almost never stops, and his answers to questions are irreverent, even when they're perceptibly truthful. For example, when asked why he would recommend "Sing-A-Long Wizard of Oz," the answer is quick. "Because I'll send flying monkeys after you if you don't," says Ball, who is the master of ceremonies for the show. OK. And the real answer is .... " "It's fun - there's nothing more to it than that," he says. "I admit that, as an actor, I like doing serious drama and things that make you think.
September 18, 2008
Three Lincoln County fishermen - Joseph Curlis, Mark Hogue and David Atkins - finished in the money in last weekend's Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League Tournament at Barren River. Curlis of Hustonville, was the top local money-winner, bringing home $970 with a third-place finish in the co-angler division. His two-day catch totaled seven fish weighing 15 lbs.-15 oz. Hogue of Stanford, was 16th in the boater division, earning $465 for six fish weighing 13 lbs.-3 oz. Atkins of Waynesburg, was 16th in the co-angler division with a two-day take of three fish weighing 6 lbs.-13 oz. His winnings were $233.
June 11, 2008
Nathan and Mindy Graham, and their son Owen, welcome triplets to their family. Born March 25, Kyle Logan Graham was 5 lbs. and 17 inches long, Piper Rose Graham was 5 lbs., 2 oz. and 18 3/4 inches long and Landon Davis Graham was 6 lbs., 1 oz. and 18 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Marvin and Nyla Graham and Wendy Graham, great-grandparents are Leila Rose Graham, Gerald and Gladys Clevinger and Jim and Dixie Blythe and Velda Blythe is the triplet's great-great-grandmother.
October 11, 2006
â?¢ The Snowden Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church will meet at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the home of Alice Helphrey, 34 Colby Hills Circle. â?¢ The Telephone Pioneers will meet at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Natural Bridge State Park. Members are to bring deodorant for clients of the Clark County Community Services Center. In a previous announcement the time was published incorrectly. â?¢ A display of "Wizard of Oz" memorabilia is on exhibit at the Clark County Library, in the lobby and the library.
March 2, 2006
Addison Hays Garlove Addison Hays Garlove, son of Amy and Lee Garlove of Louisville was born Jan. 25, 2006 at 10:49 a.m. He weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz. and measured 20 3/4 inches. His proud big sister is Emory Collins Garlove. Maternal grandparents are Jim and Katy Baughman of Stanford. Paternal grandparents were the late Matt and Gail Garlove of Louisville.
March 13, 2007
Weeknight cooking just became easier. With the release of "Best of Country 30-Minute Recipes," family cooks from coast to coast can set a hot and hearty homemade meal on the table, even on the busiest week nights. The hard-cover book of 223 recipes is the answer to any dinner time dilemma, whether a beefy main course or chicken supper is needed pretty quick. It also features chapters devoted to pork and seafood entrees, as well as a section of entire menus that are table-ready in 30 minutes or less.
December 12, 2007
The holidays bring the joy of entertaining and gift giving. Start a family tradition this year by personalizing your gifts. Make them edible, nutritious, as well as attractive, tasty and easy to serve.Making gifts from your kitchen can be a family affair. It is up to you to make it a fun family time, instead of a chore that has to be done. Think how much pleasure children will get when they give their teachers and friends gifts that they helped make. Some gift ideas to consider would be: a multiple bean soup mix with recipe for preparation; cheddar cheese with red and green delicious apples and a box of wheat crackers; a jar of hot chocolate mix or friendship tea with mugs; and your favorite modified cakes or cookies.
January 8, 2008
My husband Gene is wonderful but is flat out weird. One of the weirdest things about him is his diet, which I neither share nor help prepare. Day after day, he takes care of his own dietary needs, which he figured out all by himself by researching the things his own compromised body needs battling stage four cancer and being 82 years old. I am on my own regime of eating and drinking the best for Wegeners Autoimmune Disease. Then we sit down together to eat separate meals while sharing a very together day. I am going to tell you just exactly what this diet is for him. The Cancer Crazy Diet, invented and used by Gene Brody to create the best possible body-feeder plus a few excellent side benefits for both of us. Breakfast - between 3 and 4 a.m. (Owning bakeries leaves hard habits to break.