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Letters

  • Body Recall program set for health center

     Editor:

    I am enjoying my “Body Recall” workouts at the Carroll County Health Department. Currently, there are five of us participating. Rachel Dermon does a wonderful job of leading our exercises. She has room for more if you think you could benefit from these low-impact exercises, all done from a chair. We meet at 11 a.m. on Monday-Wednesday-Friday for one hour. Come join us, we would love to have you.

    Janie Wilson

    Carrollton

  • Campground should continue to limit stays

     Editor:

    I would like to thank you for your recent editorial on the new RV Park in Carrollton. When the idea of an RV Park was brought up we were assured then and at public meetings later that there would be no long term bookings. One of the best things the city has done was to purchase and pull down the permanent trailers that blotted the landscape around our city park and we certainly do not want to go back there.

    Norman Murray

    Carrollton

  • Main Street thanks those in River Sweep

     Editor:

  • Relay appreciates community support

     Editor:

    I would like to take this opportunity to say “thank you” to everyone who was involved in the 2012 Carroll County Relay for Life.  Without the support of those who came out and enjoyed the festivities, the teams, survivors, sponsors and committee members, this event would not have taken place.  Thank you goes out to the National Guard Armory, C.C. Downey and Kroger for their contribution to the Daddy Daughter Dance that was held in April. 

  • Fire department and community volunteers raise $4,800, reaching to meet goal of $7,500

     Editor:

    On behalf of the Carrollton Fire Department, I want to thank the community for its support of the 59th annual WHAS Crusade for Children.

    In 2012, we raised and turned in $4,800 – about $500 above our mark last year at this time.

    We still have time to reach our goal this year of $7,500. However at this point I would still like to acknowledge the contributions of our friends and local businesses that do so much for us year after year.

  • Thanks extended

     Editor:

    I would like to thank all that participated in the poker run. 

    Thank you to all the businesses and individuals who donated items to be auctioned, including McNeal’s, Cooper’s, American at Large, Quick Lane, Yamaha, Down on Main Street, Kentucky Motors, Cornerstone, Ain’t Skeered Tattoo, Toole and Rose, Hulley’s Construction, KBA District No. 11, Shana Luckenbill, Jeannie Rider (Avon), Donnie Cannon, Eagle Creek Cycles and all the individuals who donated money.

  • 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.