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Letters

  • CCAS seeks volunteers to help local animals

     Editor:

    Carroll County Animal Support is a support group of volunteers who want to see animals have a good life free of neglect and cruelty.

    We are in need of community support. If you can help in any way please contact us by phone (502) 732-6040 or through our Facebook page. Better yet, attend our meetings on the third Thursday of each month at the downtown courthouse at 6:30 p.m.

  • Firefighters prepare for annual ‘Crusade’

     Editor:

    Having been a part of the WHAS Crusade for Children now for almost a decade, I am honored to announce to the community that it is again time for the 59th annual WHAS Crusade for Children weekend. What a wonderful charity that helps so many deserving children and their families in Kentuckiana, including Carroll County.

  • CCHS Football Boosters holds successful event

    Editor:

    On behalf of the Carroll County football team, coaches and boosters, I would like to extend a big thank-you to everyone who participated in the annual Carroll County High School Football Boosters Golf Scramble.

    We had a great turnout and couldn’t have asked for better weather this year. We are grateful to everyone who played, sponsored holes and donated door prizes.

    Without all of you, the golf scramble could not be a success.

  • CCMS offers thanks for teacher appreciation

    Editor:

    The staff and administration of Carroll County Middle School would like to publicly thank Kevin Craig and Mike Humphrey for their recent kindness, generosity and support for Carroll County educators.  May 7-11 was designated as “teacher appreciation week.” School administration wanted to show appreciation to all of our CCMS employees who work hard every day for students.

  • Pancake breakfast funds scholarships

    Editor:

    On behalf of the Carrollton Rotary Club, many thanks to the following individuals and businesses, without whose support we could not have hosted two successful pancake breakfasts last Saturday at Down On Main Street restaurant and at the Pioneer Tractor Show. 

  • Meal raised $1,501 for autism project

    Editor:

    I want to thank everybody who either attended or donated to my autism awareness/spaghetti meal April 29.

    Through the meal, the silent auction items and desserts helped raise $1,501.

    There were some great people helping in the kitchen, serving food and collecting the money. I am very grateful to my church, First Baptist.

    Since 2008 I have been able to raise $10,001. I consider myself the army of one. The more understanding of autism that takes place, the better life is.

  • County Prom Lock-in proved successful

    Editor:

    Carroll County Youth Services Center would like to say “Thank You” to the following businesses who donated to help make the Prom Lock-in a huge success.

  • More thanks offered for support of Champions

    Editor:

    Carroll County Champions apologizes for leaving a few people out of thank you for the Child Abuse Awareness event. We would like to extend “thank yous” to Muffett Chowing for transporting the picnic table numerous times; the carpentry class at the vocational school for building the table; Dave Huesman for filling balloons with helium; Rodney Wheeler for getting the second tank of helium and delivering to us; and Kevin Craig for donating the Helium. Thank you all. We appreciate the extra mile you went just for us.

     

  • Make a choice, attend Friday’s Leadercast

    Editor:

    You have a choice. What will you do with it?  The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Chick-fil-A Leadercast is this Friday, May 4,  at Family Worship Center.  The event theme is “Choices.” 

  • Popsicle fund raising event brought in $40

    Editor:

    I would like to thank everyone who stopped by and bought a popsicle from my grandson David Day or donated money.

    He collected $40 for the two days he was open for business. The money was mailed to Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. Thank you all again.

    Barb Clymer

    Carrollton