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Community Events

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: May 29, 2016

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    Memorial Day at First Cedar Creek Baptist Church

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: May 27, 2016

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    Whiskey City car cruise

    Whiskey City Cruisers will have a car cruise from 2 p.m. to dusk Saturday, May 28, at Pizza Hut on Ky. 245. Fifties and 60s music will be featured. For more information, call Rhodie Wheeler at 348-6456.

    City Hall closed, garbage collection delayed

  • PHOTOS: Bethlehem grads mark milestone

    Bethlehem High School’s graduation ceremony was Sunday evening at J. Dan Talbott Amphitheatre. Bethlehem’s Class of 2016 was made up of 64 students. Every student was accepted into a college or university, but not every student chose to enroll.

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: May 25, 2016

    New Haven City Pool

    The New Haven City Pool is now open seven days a week, 1 to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and Monday and Thursday nights from 6 to 8:30 p.m. (Family Nights). Admission is $3 per person. Call City Hall at 549-3177 for more information or to host a pool party.

    Electric and Cable Committee Meeting

    The Electric and Cable Committee will have a special meeting at 4 p.m. May 25 in the Mayor’s Conference Room at City Hall, 220 N. Fifth St., Bardstown.

  • Paw’sville teaming up with food pantry

    A local non-profit pet rescue organization based in Bloomfield is teaming up with a Bardstown food pantry to help ensure that pet owners have food for their furry friends.

    Becky Aldridge, owner-operator of Paw’sville Rescue, said she has partnered with the St. Vincent de Paul Bread For Life Community Food Pantry in an effort to reach more people.

    “They serve around 500 people a week,” she said.

    The food pantry is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.

  • New Haven set for weekend of activities

    Entertainment shouldn’t be hard to find in New Haven this weekend.

    The city will be the site of two events that will feature live music and will also celebrate a new bakery coming to town.

    At 10 a.m. Saturday, a new bakery, K’La’s, will celebrate its grand opening downtown at 151 Main St. near the stoplight.

  • What’s on the ballot?

    Kentucky’s presidential primary is so late in the game that by mid-May, when the state’s voters go to the polls, the parties’ nominees have been all but coronated.

    This year, Sen. Bernie Sanders isn’t conceding to frontrunner Hillary Clinton, the former first lady and secretary of state, and Kentucky, which votes Tuesday, is considered competitive.

    Sanders, Clinton and Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, have been in the state in recent days campaigning.

  • Survivors inspired by Relay for Life

    Bright blue sky and cool weather made Friday a good day for a stroll at Garnis Martin Field.

    More than 20 teams participated in this year’s Nelson County Relay for Life, an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.

    Cancer survivors were honored with the first lap. Wearing purple T-shirts, they walked the Bardstown High School track and then released scores of purple balloons into the azure sky.

    They were followed by the cancer caregivers, carrying white balloons, and then the Relay teams took their turn around the track.

  • COMMUNITY NOTES: May 15

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    Nelson County Fiscal Court
    Nelson Fiscal Court will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 17.

    Flaget Auxiliary volunteers needed
    Flaget Hospital Auxiliary is accepting applications for teen volunteers. The applications  are available at the area high schools and at the information desk at the hospital. For more information, call Mozena at (502) 510-4233.

    Nelson County Board of Education

  • Relay for Life is Friday

    The tradition of walking around a track to raise money for cancer research, education and support is one that has been taking place in communities since 1985, when Relay for Life founder Dr. Gordy Klatt was inspired to make a difference. Now, more than three decades later, the Nelson County community will come together to continue those efforts in the fight against cancer.

    Nelson County has hosted a Relay for Life event for the past 21 years, according to Relay Chairwoman Paula Simpson, and has raised nearly $2 million in the process.