• 30°

Keepsakes, Feb. 28

Gairing and Misbach to wed 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lennox Gairing of St. Petersburg, Florida, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jillian Lennox Gairing to Colin Arthur Misbach, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph Misbach of Louisville.
The bride-elect is a 2007 graduate of Shorecrest Preparatory School and a 2011 graduate of Centre College with a degree in Psychobiology. She is employed as Admissions Services Coordinator at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy. Ms. Gairing is the granddaughter of Anne Monroe Long.
The groom-elect is a 2006 graduate of St. Xavier High School and a 2010 graduate of Centre College with a degree in Philosophy. He is employed as a Systems Integration Analyst at Appriss Inc.
The wedding will be held on April 7, 2018, at the Presbyterian Church of Danville. Invitations will be sent.
Morning Pointe

Morning Pointe of Danville residents are getting ready for spring. The seniors at the personal care and Alzheimer’s memory care community welcomed Bethany Weddle, right, from Danville Florist to join in on some floral fun. At the end of the day, O’dell Hines, left,  was named as the door prize winner, taking home a bouquet arrangement from the company. 

Morning Pointe partners with local businesses and organizations to spend quality time with the residents as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day(tm) programs.

 O’dell Hines, Morning Pointe of Danville resident, won a floral bouquet courtesy of Danville Florist, and delivered by flower designer Bethany Weddle.

HONORARY COURT MEMBER:

Kendra Peek/kendra.peek@amnews.com
Emma Taylor, a student at Woodlawn Elementary School, takes a photo with Boyle County Judge-executive Harold McKinney. She was named an honorary magistrate on Tuesday, after leading the meeting in the pledge of allegiance.

Emma Taylor, a student at Woodlawn Elementary School, takes a photo with Boyle County Judge-Executive Harold McKinney before a recent fiscal court meeting. She was named an honorary magistrate, after leading the meeting in the pledge of allegiance.

Recent births at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center include:

Feb 14 – A boy, Elisha Davis Garrett to Sarah and Brandon Garrett of Liberty. A girl, Alice Irene Padgett to Cassandra Schweinsberg and Austin Dale Noe of Liberty.

Feb 15 – A boy, Luke Hudson Baker to Taylor and Jacob Baker of Stanford. A boy, Roman Henry Allen Schmiers to Tiara Gooch and Brandon Schmiers of Stanford. A girl, Ella Bea White to Leigh and Adam White of Harrodsburg. A girl, McKayla Leighann Long to Danielle and William Long of Hustonville. A boy, Easton Kade Burgess to April and Rudy Burgess of Harrodsburg.

Feb 16 – A girl, Layah Sloan Smallwood to Lois Blankenship and Bobby Smallwood of Danville.

Feb 18 – A girl, Jade Ellianna Shalom Carter to Jennifer and Johnathan Carter of Harrodsburg.

Feb. 20 – A a girl, Vivian Iris, to Katie and Andy Banks of Danville.

Feb. 21 – A boy, Graham Christian, to Carrie and Steven Wiley of Harrodsburg.

Feb. 22 – A girl, Jane Louise, to Diana and Shaun Clark of Harrodsburg. A girl, Zimal Eimaan, to Tahira and Mohammad F. Shahzad of Danville.

Feb. 24 – A boy, Jonah Jaxx, to Samantha Bartleson and Joshua Gunkel of Danville.

Feb. 25 – A girl, Avery Nicole, to Samantha Russo.