The Three Rivers Shooting Sports Club regrets that due to unforeseen problems, the club will be unable to host the “Family Day on the Range” planned for June 18. The club plans on re-scheduling the family day event later in the year. Organizers extend their apologies to those in the community who had planned on attending this event.
We recently returned from visiting our son in Moore, Okla. Scott lives just three miles from Toby Keith, and yes we saw his home.
Keith has the largest American Flag flying in his yard that I have ever seen. That man is very well thought of in Oklahoma.
It is always such a pleasure for us to visit Scott because he goes out of his way to prepare special meals for us. He does do a good job of impressing his mother with his culinary talents. Wonder where he learned how to cook so well?
Three Rivers Shooting Sports Club is hosting a Family Day on the Range from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the club range, 3041 Hwy 55, Carrollton, Ky.
This free event offers families a chance to learn about shooting firearms from certified instructors and range officers. Participants will be allowed to fire small-bore rifles, pistols, shotguns and air guns under the supervision of experienced shooters from the club.
Along with furnishing the firearms and ammunition, the club will serve hotdogs, hamburgers and soft drinks.
Ashley and Dustin Kyle of Carrollton announce the birth of their son, Logan James Kyle, born May 26, 2011, at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville, Ky. He weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 19.5 inches long.
His brother, 2-year-old Jackson Kyle, helped welcome him home.
Maternal grandparents are Debbie Gardner of Loveland, Ohio; Bradley Ogburn of Carrollton; and great-grandmother Paulette Wilson, also of Carrollton.
Paternal grandparents are Susan Kyle of Milton, Ky., and the late David Kyle.
I hope you are surviving the heat. I also hope everyone has finally been able to get their gardens planted.
Our tomato plants look like they have been beaten to death from all the wind and rains, but we are hoping they will come back to life with a vengeance and produce fantastic fruit.
I have some very cool and refreshing recipes to give you, some I printed some time ago, so you will get a little reminder. Sometimes we forget about some of our old recipes, so it’s time to get them out and use them.
The Lighthouse, 21st Century Community Learning Center at Carroll County Middle School, 408 Fifth St., Carrollton, is accepting registration for Summer Camp , from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 20-24 at the school.
The program is for students who will be enrolled in the third through eighth grade in the 2011-12 school year. Cost is $85 for one student, $145 for two siblings and $200 for three siblings.
Breakfast, lunch and a snack are included. Transportation is not provided.
A benefit to aid Jimmy and Melinda Jones is set for 2 p.m. June 11 at Happy Hollow Resort in Worthville. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Jones family, who lost everything in a recent house fire.
Organizers are seeking donation items for the family and to raffle to raise money. Several bands are set to play at the event, and others that are interested in assisting are urged to contact benefit organizers.
For more information, contact Leanne at (502) 713-7944.