It has been very busy with working at the polls, visiting friends at the chamber golf scramble, attending a funeral, meetings and doctor appointments. There was very little time to spend grocery shopping for much needed food items.
Of course, many of you are much busier than I am these days, and I can certainly appreciate all your hard work and efforts to put a nice meal on the table. Our busy lives do not make it easy for us to do so.
Friends of Butler has been granted its 501(c)(3) status by the Internal Revenue Service.
“We were pleased to have received the news that our application had been approved on the first pass,” said Melissa Tharp, Friends treasurer.
Friends of Butler fosters and furthers the Butler heritage through supporting programs, restoration, collections, public awareness and promoting the Butler-Turpin State Historic House and General Butler State Resort Park.
Three Carroll County girls took home crowns from the 2011 Springtime of Hope pageant Saturday, May 14, at the Gallatin County Auditorium.
The pageant was a featyre if Gallatin’s Relay for Life to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
The girls participating wore evening gowns and answered an on- stage question. Courtney Powell was named Junior Miss Springtime of Hope, Caitlyn Burke was named Miss Teen Springtime of Hope and Ashlea Ramsey was named Ms. Springtime of Hope.