On Friday, July 18, the Knox County Town and Country Homemakers held their first organizational meeting for the upcoming new year. Members of the executive committee met to discuss plans for expanding and revitalizing this long standing club, which was originally organized in 1961. Executive officers discussed a myriad of topics, including an adoption of official club colors, emblem, motto, flag and dress code for officers.
The club’s year-long fundraising projects were discussed and voted on, along with the selection of charities on the local, state, national and international levels supported by KCTCH. The Town and Country Homemakers Club’s 50+ years celebration, as well as the installation of the new officers, will take place at a ceremonial dinner on Aug. 21, at 5:30 p.m. at the Knox County Extension Office. Current members are asked to invite one future member, along their significant other, to this very important meeting.
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:
Cultural Arts Contest: August 15, 2014: Members are asked to bring in their crafts that they wish to enter in the contest anytime during the day to the Extension Office.
First Meeting of New Year 50+Years Celebration and Installation Dinner: August 21, 2014, 5:30 pm
District Area Meeting at Middlesboro: October 18, 2014, 10:00 am-2:00 pm, cost is $14
Make a Craft Day: October 20, 2014, 10:00 am Extension Office Members are asked to bring any craft projects on which they are currently working to the Extension Office for a day of work and as well as sharing.
Knox Central 2014 Football Schedule
Aug 29 Perry County Central at Corbin 6:00 PM Cumberland Falls Pigskin Classic
Sep 12 Harlan County home 7:30 PM
Sep 19 Bell County away 7:30 PM
Sep 26 Whitley County away 7:30 PM
Oct 3 Clay County away 7:30 PM
Oct 10 Jenkins home 7:30 PM
Oct 17 Rockcastle County away 7:30 PM
Oct 24 Russell County home 7:30 PM
Oct 31 Corbin home 7:30 PM
Michelle Broughton is about to get her husband back.
Barbourville Police Chief Michael Broughton and his wife have been discussing the possibility of his retirement for over a year, and finally after a lot of thought and prayer, Broughton signed his retirement papers Monday. The chief will don his police uniform for the last time on Aug. 31 and officially retire Sept. 1, 2014.
Read the complete story in Thursday’s edition of the Mountain Advocate.
Kentucky State Police Trooper Chad Gregory responded to a call to Baptist Hospital Corbin in reference to a two-year-old child being treated for severe burns.
Trooper Gregory spoke with the child’s mother, 21-year-old Sierra P. Shepherd, of Knox County. Trooper Gregory reported Shepherd made several statements that were inconsistent with other reports made to medical staff and a social worker. Shepherd reportedly changed her mind and offered to tell the truth.