Keepsakes, March 21

Published 2:24 pm Monday, March 26, 2018

Fort Harrod Area Cultural Arts Contest winners announced


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Congratulations to the Boyle County Extension Homemaker members who’s hand crafted items won ribbons at the Fort Harrod Area Cultural Arts Contest. The list of winners are below. All blue ribbon winning items will advance on to the Kentucky Extension Homemaker Association State Cultural Arts Contest in May. Blue ribbon winners, are reminded to bring your items back to the Boyle County Extension Office by Wednesday, May 2. For questions, call (859) 236-4484.

Apparel: Sue King, first place for basic sewing; Roberta Trayner, second place for accessory

Beading: Betty Norvell, first place for bead weaving; Mary Ann Sharp, first plae for miscellaneous 

CERAMICS: Thelma Mills, first place for hand formed

 COUNTED CROSS STITCH: Rita Bloom, second place for 14 count and under

CROCHET: Sue King, first place for yarn

DOLL/TOY MAKING: Betty Norvell, first place for cloth; De Shipley, first place for porcelain

DRAWING: Kellye Milburn, first place for pen and ink with oil roughing

EMBROIDERY: Ce Newton, first place for basic embroidery; Lois Frondal, third place for machine embroidery; Thelma Mills, first place for tatting/lace-making

HOLIDAY DECORATIONS: Sue King, third place for spring; De Shipley, second place for winter

JEWELRY: Betty Norvell, first place for beaded 

MISCELLANEOUS: Lois Frondal, third place

NEEDLEPOINT: Ce Newton, first place for cloth; Geraldine Dietrich, first place for plastic

PAINTING, ART: Kellye Milburn, first place for oil; Thelma Mills, third place for acrylic

PAINTING, CHINA: Kellye Milburn, first place

PHOTOGRAPHY: Thelma Mills, third place for black and white; Teresea Goggin for color 

QUILTS: Charlotte Hammond, first place for hand pieced, first place for machine pieced; Donna Moore, second place for novelty/hand quilted; Charlotte Hamond, first place for novelty/machine quilted 

RUG MAKING: Joyce Zinner, third place 

SCRAPBOOKING: Pam Ratliff, first place for family layout

WALL or DOOR HANGING: Mary Ann Sharp, first place for other 

Recent births at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center include:

March 6 – A girl, Sawyer Hazel Cheyanne, to Jesse Caitlyn and Brandon H.  Rogers of Danville.

March 7 – A boy, Curtis Lee, to Molly Ledford and Derrieck Hayes of Liberty.

March 9 – A girl, Journey Paige, to Natasha and Jonathon Asbury of Junction City.

March 10 – A boy, Carlton Lee, to Vanessa R. Cassadre-Ray of Liberty and Joshua L. Ray of Lancaster.

March 11 – A girl, Averi Kate, to Shania Edwards and Travis Burton of Liberty.

March 12 – A boy, Colby Russell, to Holly Danielle and Jeremy Scott McCowan of Hustonville.  A boy, Kasey Luke, to Kasey and Joe Atwood of Liberty. A boy, Asher Oaklee, to Tina Reed of Bradfordsville.

March 17 – A boy, Elijah Noel, to Kyra Whittaker of Danville.

Garden Club

Members of garden clubs throughout central Kentucky gathered at the Presbyterian Church in early March to hear nationally known garden designer Jon Carloftis talk about his background and some of the gardens he has designed, sponsored by the Garden Club of Danville. Pictured here are, from left, Garden Club of Danville vice-president Pam Leinauer, Carloftis, club president Pat Boatwright and Dale Fisher. Carloftis also described how he and his partner, Fisher, restored a historic house and garden in Lexington. 

Community Trust Bank announces the establishment of The Brynlee Hamilton Scholarship Fund

PIKEVILLE – Community Trust Bank, Inc. has announced the establishment of a scholarship fund for Brynlee Hamilton, the infant daughter of City of Pikeville, Kentucky Police Officer Scotty Hamilton who was killed in the line of duty on March 13, 2018. Anyone may donate to this savings account by going to any one of Community Trust Bank’s 80 branch offices:

Brynlee Elizabeth Hamilton Scholarship Fund

Community Trust Bank

P.O. Box 2947

Pikeville, KY 41502-2947

The thoughts and prayers of Community Trust’s directors, officers, and employees go out to Officer Hamilton’s family and friends at this difficult time.

Community Trust Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Community Trust Bancorp, Inc. Community Trust Bancorp, Inc., with assets of $4.1 billion, is headquartered in Pikeville, Kentucky and has 70 banking locations across eastern, northeastern, central, and south central Kentucky, six banking locations in southern West Virginia, four banking locations in Tennessee, four trust offices across Kentucky, and one trust office in Tennessee.