Club News

  • Fleener becomes Eagle Scout

    Dylan Fleener (right) of Troop 135  in Leitchfield  passed the Eagle Scout Review Board advancing to the rank of Eagle Scout during the Lincoln Trail District Boy Scout Roundtable on June 10.

  • Homemakers on the move

    Submitted by Deloris Seaton
    Grayson County Homemakers had a silent auction and luncheon in January. THe proceeds from the event, $1,181, were donated to Grayson County Alliance Food Pantry for the citizens of Grayson County.

    Barbara Warfield, Betty Witten, Doris Barton and Deloris Seaton met with the Alliance Board of Directors and presented the check on April 9. The Homemakers are thankful for the community’s support and donations for the event and for those that attended the luncheon.

  • Lions attend mid-year conference

    The Kentucky Lions Multiple District 43 held their annual Roy Caywood Leadership Conference in Louisville on January 17-19 at the Holiday Inn-Hurstborne.

  • FKFCU supports children’s shoe fund

    Manager Becky Buckner and Fort Knox Federal Credit Union of Leitchfield presented a donation to Leitchfield Woman’s Club members for the Children’s shoe fund.

    The Credit Union’s on-going support to the project helped provide 120 pairs of shoes in 2013. Pictured are Woman’s Club members (from left) Dot McCall, Regina Meredith, FKFCU Manager Becky Buckner, and Woman’s Club members Rita Stevenson and Joyce Bell.

  • Lions induct new members

    The Leitchfield Lions Club recently inducted a new member to their organization.  Mary Nell Bouvier, center, was sponsored by John Bouvier, left. Also pictured is Vice-District Governor Betty Witten.

    Lion Dudley Cooper spoke with members about the recent addition of the Elizabethtown Community College Campus in Leitchfield and the growth of commerce in our community. Each month members are sharing information with their fellow Lions in order to enrich the lives of one another and our community.

  • Lions Club members honored

    By Betty Witten

  • Woman’s Club hosts May meeting

    Leitchfield Woman’s Club had their regular meeting at 6 p.m. May 3 at the Jack Thomas House. Marcella Lucas, first vice president, presided over the meeting in the absence of Beth Ratley, president.  

  • Leitchfield Women’s Club earns awards at state convention

    Eight members of the Leitchfield Woman’s Club attended the GFWC/ Kentucky Annual Convention in Lexington on April 12, to 15.  Those attending are from left to right:  Jackie Richardson,  Dot McCall, Joyce Bell, Linda Peterson, Susan Martin, Alfreda  Weedman, Marge Woodard and Beth Ratley.  Marge Woodard was a First  

  • Thomas Homemakers met

    Submitted by Deloris Seaton

    The Thomas Homemakers Club met Feb. 21 with nine answering roll call to the most unique Valentine’s card we ever received. Members marked ballots for next year’s lessons and a very good lesson on fish cookery. After several games and adjournment, the members ate lunch.
    Thomas Homemakers Club meets at 10 a.m. every third Tuesday at the Grayson County Extension Office, 123 Commerce Drive in Leitchfield.

  • Rotary goes local

    Hats off to the Grayson County Rotary Club for their ongoing shop local programming. Area businesses have been visiting with the group each week to talk about their companies as well as the importance of thinking local first.
    The Chamber has always promoted a local first philosophy and the Rotary efforts certainly serve to reinforce that message, keeping it front and center where it belongs.