The third annual Kentucky State Police Trooper Island Charity Shoot will be Saturday, July 30 at the Elk Creek Hunt Club, located at 1860 Georgetown Road, Owenton, Kyx. European rotation starts at 9 a.m. and shooting must be complete by 4 p.m.
The main event, sporting clay, costs $65 and the 3D archery shoot costs $25. Numerous prizes will be awarded. All proceeds benefit the KSP Trooper Island Camp, a non-profit organization that operates solely on private contributions.
For more information, contact Fred Scroggins, (859) 699-8190.
Rob Riley, of Tandy-Eckler-Riley Funeral Home in Carrollton recently attended the 129th anniversary of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky’s annual convention held at the Louisville Marriott Downtown Hotel and the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Ky. During this three-day meeting Riley was elected to the Northern District Director position for Kentucky and will also serve in the position of Secretary-Treasurer.
Funeral directors were offered continuing education awards while attending the convention.
Stephanie and Scott Meadows of Carrollton announce the birth of their son, Cooper Noah Meadows, born May 17, 2011, at Baptist East Hospital, in Louisville, Ky. He weighed 8 pounds 12 ounces and was 21¼ inches long.
Gunner, 14 years old, and Alexis Meadows, 11 years old, helped welcome their baby brother home.
Maternal grandparents are Olen Hargis of Oldham County and Mary Sorrell of Greenwood, Ind.
Paternal grandparents are Steve and Vi Meadows of Carrollton.
On July 5, the Carrollton Woman’s Club began its 97th year. Members met at 7 p.m. at Pat Perkins’ place on Seminary St. Hostess for the evening was Mary Ann Carrico-Mitchell who presided. Karen Claiborne, Vice-Governor for the Fifth District had a program comparing Carrollton Women’s Club in the beginning in 1914, to today in 2011. The role of women in the community was very different from today as more women stayed at home, and there were as many as 65 members in the club back then.
Since it is hot outside, I decided the other day to make some French bread to serve with my spaghetti and meatballs.
I started making the bread about 10 a.m. and by 12:15 p.m., it was done. The reason I am telling you this is to give you an idea of how simple it is to make. Most of the time the bread is rising, and you can go off and do other things. I usually set my timer for rising, however I will check the bread just to make sure it is doing okay.