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At the Ballgame!
June 25, 2009
Mushrooms from Mammoth Cave
June 24, 2009
Local Kids
June 23, 2009
Hummer/Mrs. Harvey
June 22, 2009
Recent Storm Damage!
Recent Storm Damage!
(upper left) Alice Thrasher sent us this photo and writes:
Storm damage.
(upper right) Tim and Brenda sent us this photo and write:
Here are a few shots from some of the damage at the Glasgow CC golf course.
(lower left) Jena Pace sent us this photo and writes:
Strom damage yesterday afternoon. Thnakful no one was hurt. But Chad Livingston's blazaer didn't make it thur. We had many trees down on jackson hwy. One landed on our front proch.
(lower right) Michelle Estes sent us this photo and writes:
I obtained the following pics on Hwy 68/80 today while trying to get home before the storm hit. Sadly, I missed home by 2 minutes and had to wait out the storm at a safe location until it was safe to drive again. These were taken just before you get to the A.L. Shirley Road and on down to where the Windy Hill Store was. I hope you can use them.

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Impressive Skies
Picture Featured:    July 01, 2011 Impressive Skies
(upper photo) Tommy Hatcher sent us this photo and writes:
This is the sunset over Cave City on Wed. 5/15//11 after the storm

Tommy Hatcher

(lower photo) Wendell Kennison sent us this photo and writes:
Hi Bill,
The sky really looked spooky after the rain om Wednesday....This is how it looked in Metcalfe Co...

Wendell Kennison



Ethan, Elliott and Kinley
Picture Featured:    July 02, 2011 Ethan, Elliott and Kinley
(left) Papa Merk sent us this photo and writes:
Pictured are two of my grandsons, Ethan and Elliott Merkling , taken at Coach Pitch tournament in Smyrna, Tn. which Ethan’s team won the tournament for his age group. So proud of him.

“PaPa Merk”

(right) Jimmy Allen sent us this photo and writes:
We announce the birth of our second daughter, Kinley Faith Allen. Kinley was born Feb 21, 2011 at TJ Samson Hospital wieghing 8lbs 1/2 oz and measuring 19 1/2 inches long. Proud parents are Jeff and Alicia Allen of Glasgow. Grandparents are Robert and Dianne Allen and Jimmy and Peggy Allen, all of Glasgow. Kinley was proudly welcomed home by her big sister, Addyson.


The Class of '75
Picture Featured:    July 03, 2011 The Class of
Peggy Tuck sent us this photo and writes:
Mr Anderson,
I would like to share this photo.

Some of us girls from the class of '75 got together for dinner to celebrate Cindy Baxter Johnson's birthday and her visit back to Glasgow. We had a great time, and lots of fun. Left to right in the photo: Indy Redford McGuire, Shelia Key Harlow, Janetta Miller, Terri Pruitt Bacon, (Queen) Cindy Baxter Johnson, Peggy Tuck, Melissa Ward Williams, Janice West Briggs.

Thanks,
Peggy Tuck



Ready for the 4th!
Picture Featured:    July 04, 2011 Ready for the 4th!
Jamie Soards sent us these and writes:
Bill,
I have a couple of pictures to share… these babies are ready to celebrate Independence Day!!! The first picture is Peyton Soards, daughter of Nick and Jamie Soards of Glasgow. The second picture is Blaine Walker, son of Dennis and Brookie Walker of Summer Shade.

Thank you!

Jamie Soards



Kennedy Space Center
Picture Featured:    July 05, 2011 Kennedy Space Center
Amber Thomason sent us this photo and writes:
These are my children (Kristin, Litney, David Jr.) at Kennedy Space Center on our recent trip to Florida. We visited Disney World, Cocoa Beach, and the Kennedy Space Center on our week long vacation. We had a great time and can’t wait to go back!

Amber Thomason



Four Generations!
Picture Featured:    July 06, 2011 Four Generations!
Katie Wells sent us this photo and writes:
I just wanted to share a picture of the Hawks family 4 generations. Starting from the left seated is the granddaughter Emilee Wells Dixon, next is Neal Hawks Great Grand-father, next is Katie Hawks Wells Grandmother and in the middle is Noah Lee Dixon Great Grandson.

Thank you,
Katie Wells



Beta Members
Picture Featured:    July 07, 2011 Beta Members
Michele Wheat sent us these and writes:
I wanted to say a BIG CONGRATULATIONS to the 5th Grade BETA members from Gamaliel Elementary & Joe Harrison Carter Elementary in Monroe County. This past weekend was the National BETA Conference in Nashville, TN. The Living Literature Group from GES came home with a 4th place in the nation trophy for their portayal of Polar Express and the Songfest Group from JHC brought home top honors receiving 1st Place.

All of these kids worked very hard and I am sure that I speak for everyone in our county when I say that we are very proud of all of them. A big thank you goes to the teachers & faculty from both schools who take time out of their already busy schedules to help the kids so that they have the opportunity to shine!

Next year they will all be together as classmates of the Monroe County Middle School….I can’t wait to see what they do together! ?

Thank you,
Michele Wheat
Proud parent of Payton Trobaugh (Polar Express)



Thanks to Henry!
Picture Featured:    July 08, 2011 Thanks to Henry!
Shawna Shartzer sent us these ("Perfect Day to Fly a Kite") and writes:
Special thanks to "Henry" at Farmer's Rural Electric for coming to our house June 22nd and getting our kites out of the electric line!
Farmers RECC - A Touchstone Energy© Cooperative


Bryson at Morrison Park
Picture Featured:    July 09, 2011 Bryson at Morrison Park
Kuristen Jones sent us this photo and writes:
This is a picture of my son Bryson Jones standing inside one of the cabins at the historic Morrison Park Campground. The campground is located on top of the hill just past Bristletown Road off of 63. He and his brother Andrew love to visit the cabins!

Kuristen Jones



Fireworks!
Picture Featured:    July 10, 2011 Fireworks!
Mark Wallace sent us these and writes:
Dear Sir,
Attached are some pictures of the fireworks last night at the State Park. They remind me of flowers in the sky. There is one that could resemble an insect ready to land on the flower. Hope you can use one.

Regards
Mark Wallace



Carolina Wrens
Picture Featured:    July 11, 2011 Carolina Wrens
Dan Moody sent us these and writes:
A pair of Carolina Wrens chose my wife’s hanging baskets for building a nest to hatch their eggs. This is one of the newborns before he eventually left the nest.

Dan



Congratulations!
Picture Featured:    July 12, 2011 Congratulations!
Teresa Hubbard sent us this photo and writes:
Barren County ALPHA has more than 90 people receive GED Certificates for the 2010-11 academic year. Those present for the graduation ceremony were: Front row (L to R): Donna Carrera, Makalah Trent, Shannon Meadows, Ann Likens, Samantha Blaul, Letha Poynter, Brittany Smith, Jennifer Wilson, Tiffany Neal, Christopher Walker & Cassandra Wambles. Back row (L to R): Tyler Bray, Paige Adwell, Ciera Young, Rhonda Flowers, Amy Crumbaugh, Cierra Sydnor, Misty Ferreira, Sarah Daugherty, Courtni Johnson, Samantha Wood & Michael Raute. (Absent from photo – April Morris). Anyone interested in finding out more about the GED program can call 678-9385.

Teresa Lile Hubbard



Gary at Independence Hall
Picture Featured:    July 13, 2011 Gary at Independence Hall
Gary Bewley sent us this photo and writes:
I had the good fortune to celebrate the 4th a little early this year. Last month I spent a week in Philidelphia and got to visit Independence Hall (pictured) where the Declaration of Independence was debated and signed. I also saw the Liberty Bell and all the other historical sites of the city. It was a wonderful experience. The tower of Independence Hall is currently under restoration, as should be completed in August of this year.

Gary Bewley



Barren River Rod & Gun Club AIM Youth Team
Picture Featured:    July 14, 2011 Barren River Rod & Gun Club AIM Youth Team
Lisa Kingrey sent us this photo and writes:
On June 28 the Barren River Rod & Gun Club AIM Youth Team traveled to Berea, Kentucky, to the State Trapshoot. Team members are (L to R) Nick Kingrey, Dylan Parker, Caleb Darley,Harley Hagans and Jonas Bastien. A BIG thank you to the BRR&GC for making this trip possible.

Thanks,
Lisa Kingrey



Keith and Friends
Picture Featured:    July 15, 2011 Keith and Friends
Andrea Cole sent us this photo and writes:
Wanted to share this photo. We went to see Mr. Keith Vincent play live at a club in Evansville, Indiana this weekend. We were in the last class he directed at Glasgow.. It's been 14 years and was so good to see him. He is still directing and playing gigs on the side. I know many people remember his legacy with the Scottie band and he is still greatly missed.

In photo from left to right: Tiffany White, Keith Vincent, Kaelan Davis, Andrea Cole (Buss)



Panama City Beach
Picture Featured:    July 16, 2011 Panama City Beach
Amanda Curtis sent us this photo and writes:
Hello!
This sunset at Panama City Beach, Florida was so beautiful I just had to share.

Thanks!
Amanda Curtis



Now that's a model!
Picture Featured:    July 17, 2011 Now that
My brother-in-law, Shawn Perkins sent us this photo and writes:
Webmeister Bill,
I’ve attached a picture taken of my family’s recent trip to the Huntsville Space and Rocket Center. This is a scale model of the space shuttle, the booster rockets and the transport – all made out of KINEX! The three fellows responsible for this are shown - Wesley Smalls, Jared Bedwell and Emil Mottola. The shuttle has working cargo doors, a flexible robot arm and the transport pad even rolls! This was an added bonus to seeing real rockets and probably amazed us even more. Needless to say, we had a great time in the Huntsville area!

Shawn Perkins



Barren Co. FBLA
Picture Featured:    July 18, 2011 Barren Co. FBLA
Madison Kerley sent us these and writes:
Dear Mr. Anderson,
I have attached the photographs and the captions are as follows:

For Barren County FBLA Leaders~1.JPG: Pictured (from left to right) are: Philip Napier (Adviser), Travis London (Vice President of Competitive Events), Emily Huizenga (Secretary), JayTodd Richey (Treasurer), Madison Kerley (Reporter), Starla Lutterman (Photographer), Brooke Simmons (Historian), Megan Garrison (Vice President of Community Service), Eric Skipworth (President), Miranda McKinney (Vice President of Programs and Activities), and Cindy Jackson (Adviser).

For Barren County FBLA Leaders~2.JPG: Travis London was named the Outstanding Camp Vice President.

Thanks,
Madison Kerley
BCHS FBLA Reporter



Achieving Students!
Picture Featured:    July 19, 2011 Achieving Students!
Cindy Jackson sent us this photo and writes:
(upper photo) Barren County High School Athletic Booster Club Recognizes Senior Student Athletes

The 2010-2011 Bobby Steenbergen Award of Excellence in Athletics was recently presented by the Barren County Athletic Booster Club. The award, named for former Coach Bobby Steenbergen who was instrumental in developing the athletic program at the high school, is given to a female and male student athlete who portrays sportsmanship, leadership, excellence in academics and commitment characteristics that were a hallmark of Coach Steenbergen’s career in coaching. In addition to the recognition, each recipient is awarded a $200 college scholarship by the Booster Club.

Pictured are: Bobby Steenbergen, Eric Marr (male recipient), Regan Rosado (female recipient), & Terry Bunnell, Booster Club President.

(lower photo) Barren County Athletic Booster Club Awards Scholarships

The Barren County Athletic Booster Club recently started a new tradition and awarded two Dual Credit scholarships to junior athletes. This year’s recipients are Tesia Bailey & Alana Alexander. Both students received $200 each which will cover the cost of tuition and books for a WKU Dual Credit course of their choice during their 2011-2012 senior year.

Pictured left to right: Tesia Bailey, Terry Bunnell: Booster Club President, Alana Alexander.



A Bee on the Sunflowers
Picture Featured:    July 20, 2011 A Bee on the Sunflowers
Freeman McIntyre sent us this photo and writes:
A bee on the sunflowers - hope he don't get too hot!!


What a catch!
Picture Featured:    July 21, 2011 What a catch!
Colleen Harper sent us this photo and writes:
I would like to share this picture of Alex Poynter. He caught these 2-pound Crappie while fishing with his dad, Eric and papa Ernie at Barren River lake.

Colleen Harper



Tanner's one!
Picture Featured:    July 22, 2011 Tanner
Lea King sent us this photo and writes:
I have attached a photo of Tanner Ben King eating cake at his FIRST Birthday Party. He turned 1 yr on July 11th.

Lea King



Kenzie and Tuck
Picture Featured:    July 23, 2011 Kenzie and Tuck
Peggy Tuck sent us this photo and writes:
I wanted to share this photo of my granddaughter Kenzie, and my great nephew Tuck at the ballpark before her game. They are truly best buddies!! I adore them.

Love
Nanna (Peggy Tuck)



A Beautiful Picture
Picture Featured:    July 24, 2011 A Beautiful Picture
Marty and Clara Stilts sent us this photo and write:
Out for an enjoyable drive Saturday and captured this beautiful picture. Hope everyone enjoys!!!

Marty and Clara Stilts



Nolin Lake - Ouch!
Picture Featured:    July 25, 2011 Nolin Lake - Ouch!
Jacob Richardson sent us this photo and writes:
This picture was taken on Nolin Lake last Tuesday afternoon.

Thank you.

Jacob Richardson
Glasgow, Kentucky



Ray-Bow Shades
Picture Featured:    July 26, 2011 Ray-Bow Shades
Wendy Houchens sent us these and writes:
David is starting the rainbows seen at Barren River Lake Saturday 7-16-2011 with his X-Man "Ray-Bow" Shades.

And my girls Michelle & Melody Francis are more precious than gold to me.

Have Fun & Be Safe
Wendy



Caleb
Picture Featured:    July 27, 2011 Caleb
Tina Huff Humphrey sent us this photo and writes:
Caleb looking at his pillow pet. He is our grandson .Thanks for sharing


Triplets!
Picture Featured:    July 28, 2011 Triplets!
Theresa Smith sent us these and writes:
Mr. Anderson,
I came across this doe and her triplets Saturday. It was a real treat to see them! The buck in the other picture was about 3 miles down the road.

Theresa Smith



Barren Co. Schools
Picture Featured:    July 29, 2011 Barren Co. Schools
Bill Walter sent us this photo and writes:
BARREN COUNTY SCOOLS AND PEARSON VIRTUAL LEARNING POWERED BY FLORIDA VIRTUAL SCHOOL ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT

(Kentucky Association of School Administrators Summer Institute – Louisville, Kentucky) – July 14, 2011 - A special press conference was held at the annual Kentucky Association of School Administrators’ Summer Institute at the Galt House in Louisville today to announce that Barren County Schools has chosen to partner with the Pearson Virtual Learning powered by Florida Virtual School program for virtual services to be utilized by the Barren Academy of Virtual and Expanded Learning (BAVEL).

Bo Matthews, the current Director of Pupil Personnel who will become the district’s new superintendent, and Phyllis Lentz, the Virtual Learning Manager of the Southeast Area for Pearson Virtual, made the announcement. Andy Ross, the General Manager for Global Services of Florida Virtual School, who participated in the meetings leading to the partnership agreement, was out of the country and unable to attend.

“Because of our continued growth and need to expand our services, such as summer school classes and higher levels of advanced math, science and technology classes, we entered into discussions with Ms. Lentz and Mr. Ross to establish this phenomenal partnership,” said Bo Matthews, the current director of pupil personnel and incoming superintendent for Barren County Schools.

“With this partnership, BAVEL will be using Pearson Virtual Learning because of the engaging, rigorous content and the very proactive teaching model that combine to make for student success,” said Matthews. “Florida Virtual School has exceptional teachers who know their content, care deeply for the students they serve, and are very responsive to individual student needs.”

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with the students of Kentucky through BAVEL. Our course catalog offers over 100 course titles that will provide expanded options for students,” stated Lentz. “Students are demanding more options and we know that online courses can provide these options through a 24/7 educational opportunity. We have every confidence that Kentucky’s public school students will find the resources they need through BAVEL.”



Braelyn
Picture Featured:    July 30, 2011 Braelyn
Tara Piercy sent us this photo and writes:
11-month-old Braelyn Piercy enjoys a nice rest in a beautiful local sunflower field of off 68/80. She is the daughter of Justin & Tara Piercy of Barren County.


Summer Fun
Picture Featured:    July 31, 2011 Summer Fun
Kelly Jo Harbison sent us these and writes:
First picture: Maddie Dale Harbison having fun playing in the sand on her first vacation to Orange Beach, AL!
Picture 2 & 3: Carter Harbison up to bat and then rounding third base at the Edmonton Memorial Park, Coach Pitch League. Carter and Maddie are the children of Chris and Kelly Jo Harbison of Edmonton.

Thanks for sharing!

Kelly Jo Harbison



Fishin' at Barren River
Picture Featured:    August 01, 2011 Fishin
Bill Brogan sent us these and writes:
Bill, Here is a picture of the 2lb-4oz Crappie I caught a couple of weeks ago at Barren River Lake, along with a pretty nice string. This is the largest crappie I’ve ever caught at Barren River.

Thanks, Bill



Loretta Cummings
Picture Featured:    August 02, 2011 Loretta Cummings
Shari Perry sent us this photo and writes:
Hi Bill,
Glenview Health Care Facility had their 22ng Annual Awards Banquet on July 21st, at Glasgow Country Club. Loretta Cummings was Glenview’s Employee of the Year presenting Loretta with her award is Administrator, Yvonne Cook.

Shari Perry



Hummers
Picture Featured:    August 03, 2011 Hummers
Wendell Kennison sent us this photo and writes:
Hi Bill,
The Ruby throat hummers are taking advantage of the cool nectar..This is a little female..The males are more cautious...

Wendell



4th of July!
Picture Featured:    August 04, 2011 4th of July!
Daryl and Karen Wheeler sent us this photo and writes:
This is our daughter Kara Beth and our 9 grandchildren on the Fourth of July. We are truly blessed. Micah - 11 mo., Isaac 5 yr., Kylee 10 mo., Addison 17 mo., Khloe 4yr, Kinley 6 yr., Thomas 3 yr., Laney 7 yr. and Brooks 10 wks.

Daryl and Karen Wheeler



GMS Cheerleaders
Picture Featured:    August 05, 2011 GMS Cheerleaders
Ladonna Lile sent us this photo and writes:
Glasgow Middle School Cheerleaders attended UCA Camp July 18 -21. The cheerleaders received 4 blue ribbons, a spirit stick and an overall rating of Superior. They also received Camp Champs for the Extreme routine and 3rd place for cheer in the medium middle school division. Taylor Wethington was named All - American Cheerleader. The 2011-2012 Glasgow Middle School cheerleaders are pictured front row (left to right): Yasmean Fogle, Chastity Roberts, Kelsey Brown, UCA Staff member Katie Witt, Karissia Bradley, Holly Ann Carter, and Kierra Shirley. Back row (left to right): Emily Garnett, Madison Lile, Destiny Sublett, Abrianna Page, Eleri Dye, Rachel Howard, and Taylor Wethington. Not pictured are Ally Thompson and Alyssa Wood. The squad is coached by Ladonna Lile and Jamie Riley.


Lola
Picture Featured:    August 06, 2011 Lola
Brian Hurt sent us this photo and writes:
Attached is a photo of Davis and Becky Hurt's loveable dog "Lola." With the recent hot weather she is ready for Fall to get here.

Brian



Audrey's Flowers
Picture Featured:    August 07, 2011 Audrey
Tiffany White sent us these and writes:
My grandmother (Audrey White) wanted to share these beatiful pictures of her hibiscus and coxcombs.

Thanks
Tiffany White



Sonya Merritt and the Illusions
Picture Featured:    August 08, 2011 Sonya Merritt and the Illusions
Jennifer and Sam Merritt sent us these and write:
These are pictures of Sonya Merritt, a native of Glasgow and the team that she plays with. They are the Tennessee Illusions '00, a competition travel softball team from Nashville, Tn, and they recently went to Panama City Beach, Florida to compete in the USFA World Series, July 9-17, 2011. In the 10U division there were over 80 teams from Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio and the Illusions were undefeated. This past weekend, July 21-24, 2011, they played in Jackson, Tn in the USGF World Series and took 2nd. This is a great group of hard working girls and we are very proud that Sonya has been afforded the opportunity to play the game she loves and succeed at it. We are very proud of her and just wanted to share the success of a Glasgow girl and hope that she can continue to represent as well as she has this far.

Jennifer and Sam Merritt



Sam at the Super Museum
Picture Featured:    August 09, 2011 Sam at the Super Museum
Bill Anderson sent in this photo...
My son, Sam, and I went on a father/son road trip a couple of weeks ago. He'd never been to the Paducah area and the western part of the state before. We had a very good trip together and even made it to the Super Museum in Metropolis, Illinois. This is the largest Superman Museum in existence. Here is a picture of Sam with a Superman statue in the town square, adjacent to the museum. Yeah, that's a big statue.


Green River Fun!
Picture Featured:    August 10, 2011 Green River Fun!
Travis McGuire sent us this photo and writes:
Bill,
Here are a couple of pics that might be of interest. The waterfall is within the 300 Springs area of the Green River and the other pic is of myself, my son Corbin and Brad Tracy inside the cave near Dennison Ferry.

Travis McGuire



Cat Win!
Picture Featured:    August 11, 2011 Cat Win!
Brian Shields sent us this photo he entitled "Cat Win!" and writes:
Bill,
It is not too unusual to see a cat climbing a tree. One can even see a young groundhog in downtown Glasgow from time to time. You might have even heard of a groundhog climbing a tree. But you just don't see a cat chasing a groundhog UP a tree very often. Probably a good thing that the cat didn't catch it. After about ten minutes they both tired of the view and went separate ways.


Trip to DC
Picture Featured:    August 12, 2011 Trip to DC
Jamie and Brandy Pendygraft sent us this photo and writes:
Our family visited our nation’s capitol last week and saw many wonderful sights. The first picture is of our sons, Travis and Trent, on the walkway of the Capitol with the Washington Monument in the background. The second picture is the boys in front of the Kentucky marker at the World War II Memorial. We stayed with Glasgow native Jeff Brown and his wife Lisa who are stationed at Ft. Meade, Maryland. Thanks again Jeff and Lisa!! We really enjoyed our visit and encourage everyone to make the trip if you have a chance.

Jamie and Brandy Pendygraft



Bluebirds at the Lake
Picture Featured:    August 13, 2011 Bluebirds at the Lake
Bunny Harlow sent us this photo and writes:
Bill,
While spending our summer at the lake this year, my husband (Mike) and I seen some of the most prettiest bluebirds ever. Thanks for letting me share.

Bunny Harlow <><



Clay Lick Creek
Picture Featured:    August 14, 2011 Clay Lick Creek
Wendell Kennison sent us this photo and writes:
Hello Bill,
This picture looks as if it was taken in the Fall...However it was shot just two days ago along Clay Lick Creek in Metcalfe Co...
The dry,hot weather is taking its toll in plants and animals..


Did he look both ways first?
Picture Featured:    August 15, 2011 Did he look both ways first?
IIke sent us these and writes:
While riding my scooter through Mammoth Cave Park one day I came upon this rattlesnake crossing the road.


That's a big watermelon!
Picture Featured:    August 16, 2011 That
Brian Hurt sent us this photo and writes:
This is Sawyer with the 85lb. watermelon his Papa (Davis Hurt) raised in the Kino community.


New School Year...
Picture Featured:    August 17, 2011 New School Year...
April Russell sent us this photo and writes:
Cousins Tori Buckley (BCHS) and Jentry Bowles (PCE) on the 1st day of the 2011 school year.

April Russell



At the Library...
Picture Featured:    August 18, 2011 At the Library...
The Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library sent us these and writes:
There was a special Story Hour July 26, 1010 at the Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library featuring Mr. Finley the fish and Princess Belle.

Mr. Finley the Fish from Captain D’s Restaurant made a splash during Story Hour as the children made a sparkling fish craft and heard the story “Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister.

Beauty & the Beast’s Belle from the Glasgow Summer Theatre was our guest for Story Hour! She read “Beauty & the Beast” to the children and was available for photos and autographs.



Barn Quilt
Picture Featured:    August 19, 2011 Barn Quilt
Sherry Bulle sent us this photo and writes:
I saw this neat barn quilt on the 127 yard sale Thursday.

Sherry Bulle



Beautiful Spot
Picture Featured:    August 21, 2011 Beautiful Spot
Emily Stilts sent us this photo and writes:
While out on a Saturday afternoon we stopped and took some photos of this beautiful spot. Just wanted to share it beautiful spot on 31-E south.

Thanks for allowing us to share this photo with everyone.

Marty and Clara Stilts
Glasgow, Kentucky



First Day of Preschool
Picture Featured:    August 22, 2011 First Day of Preschool
Wendy Browning sent us this photo and writes:
Just had to share one of our traditional First Day of School photos. My son Carson was just not ready to start preschool, but had a great day once he got to Red Cross Elementary. Carson is the son of Jerrod and Wendy Browning, little brother to Carter. He is the grandson of Gerald and Donnie Kidd and Debby Browning and the late Jackie Browning. Thanks for sharing!


BCHS Band
Picture Featured:    August 23, 2011 BCHS Band
Varsey Humphrey sent us this photo and writes:
Hello,
I would like to let you all know about a wonderful opportunity for our Band at Barren County High School who have been invited to travel to New York next year to perform at Carnegie Hall. On Friday Night, August 13th at the 7:05 Bowling Green Hot Rods game, the band will be performing our National Anthem. We would love for you all to come out and see us there.

Thank you,
Varsey Humphrey



GHS District Champs
Picture Featured:    August 24, 2011 GHS District Champs
Ashton Foushee sent us this photo and writes:
Glasgow High School District Champs, held August 10, 2011.


Mule Train
Picture Featured:    August 25, 2011 Mule Train
Ike sent us this photo and writes:
While riding around one day I came upon this field of mules. They all were gathered under the shade tree. (location farm next to the Glasgow Airport)


Safety First...
Picture Featured:    August 26, 2011 Safety First...
Rita Smith sent us this photo entitled "Safety First" and writes:
This proves that Safety is #1 at Green Mechanical Construction as shown in this picture. Ready to exstinguish the towering inferno created by the "50" candles on Mike Wagners birthday cake on August 17, 2011.

Rita Smith



Foggy Morning
Picture Featured:    August 27, 2011 Foggy Morning
Theresa Smith sent us this photo and writes:
Mr. Anderson,
These are a couple of pictures that I took Sunday morning. The sun was beaming through the fog and it was quite a beautiful site to see.

Theresa Smith
Knob Lick, Ky.



Recognition!
Picture Featured:    August 28, 2011 Recognition!
Leonetta Cook sent us this photo and writes:
This was posted at Papa John’s Stadium!!!! The Scottie Band members, directors, and bus drivers, worked really hard for this honor! Go Scotties!

Netta



Grandson Parker
Picture Featured:    August 29, 2011 Grandson Parker
Richard Clark sent us this photo and writes:
Here's a couple of pictures of our grandson Parker at one of his favorite playgrounds below Barren River Dam. He's playing with 4 generations of toys.... his shovel, his dad's wagon he got in 1984, my Tonka Dragline and the green Structo Dumper I got in 1960, and my dad's red 1920-30's Turner all steel dumptruck he had when he was a kid. Parker loves playing with them.

Thanks, Richard Clark



A Rat Snake
Picture Featured:    August 30, 2011 A Rat Snake
Wendell Kennison sent us this photo and writes:
Hi Bill,
This rat snake was checking out my bluebird box for a snack.. Thank goodness the birds were long gone...


Enjoying the view...
Picture Featured:    August 31, 2011 Enjoying the view...
Bunny Harlow sent us these and writes:
Bill,
While my husband Mike and I hosted the Campground at Beaver Creek this summer, a young man and his Weimaraner dog would come down and go swimming. Afterwards the dog loved to stick her head out the sunroof of his car and dry off. This was just to precious not to share!

Thanks,
Bunny Harlow <><



Honoring John Rogers
Picture Featured:    September 01, 2011 Honoring John Rogers
Lynn Andrew sent us this photo and writes:
Mr. Anderson,

John Rogers, former Library Board Chairman, was honored by the current library board and foundation members with a framed resolution of appreciation for the progress the library made during his tenure as Chairman of the the Library Board. Shown are: Larry Pike, Aileen Rose, LaDonna Rogers, John Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, and State Librarian Wayne Onkst.

Thank you
Lynn Andrew



From the Museum of the Barrens
Picture Featured:    September 02, 2011 From the Museum of the Barrens
Stephanie & Jerry McClellan sent us this photo and write:
THIS IS A PICTURE THAT WAS TAKEN AT THE CULTURAL CENTER HERE IN GLASGOW. THERE IS SOMETHING IN THERE FOR EVERYONE TO SEE. THANKS FOR SHARING

STEPHANIE & JERRY



Fall Flowers
Picture Featured:    September 03, 2011 Fall Flowers
Stephanie & Jerry McClellan sent us this photo and write:
just some pretty fall flowers fall is just around the corner .....thanks for sharing

STEPHANIE & JERRY



Tuckered Out
Picture Featured:    September 04, 2011 Tuckered Out
Kathy Janes sent us this photo and writes:
This is one of my twin grandson’s in Ohio that just could not make it upstairs to bed. His name is Issac and he is 10 months old.


Grandson/Son
Picture Featured:    September 05, 2011 Grandson/Son
Stephanie & Jerry McClellan sent us these and write:
(left) THIS IS ONE OF OUR GRANDSONS KAYDEN PRICE SON OF SARAH & WILLIAM PRICE .WHEN KAYDEN IS AROUND HE IS THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE SHOW HE IS SO SWEET.

(right) our son was up bright and early ready to start his 6th grade school year.....

STEPHANIE & JERRY



Who's that over Barren River Lake?
Picture Featured:    September 06, 2011 Who
Gary Berdeaux sent us these and writes:
Greetings,
I thought your website readers might enjoy seeing the cover of Powered Sport Flying Magazine. My photograph is the featured cover photo. The photo shows me as pilot-photographer with my passenger, County Circuit Court Judge, Phil Patton flying over Barren River Lake.

Kind regards,
Gary

Gary C. Berdeaux
Kentucky Sport Aviation



Peace, Love and Softball
Picture Featured:    September 07, 2011 Peace, Love and Softball
Bobby Heath sent us this and writes:
This is a photo of some very proud little ladies! The trophy reads “PEACE, LOVE, SOFTBALL STATE & WORLD QUALIFIER” August 27-28, 2011, 14 and Under... 1st place

Thank you
Bobby Heath



Three Granddaughters
Picture Featured:    September 08, 2011 Three Granddaughters
Stephanie McClellan sent us this photo and writes:
THREE OF OUR GRANDDAUGHTERS WERE ENJOYING THE HORSES ONE SUNDAY MORNING BEFORE CHURCH. LEFT TO RIGHT KAILEAH PRICE, MALAYKA RUSSELL & KELSEY RUSSELL.


On the Nolin
Picture Featured:    September 09, 2011 On the Nolin
Katie Wiley sent us these and writes:
Good morning,
Just wanted to share a group shot from our latest camping excursion. We did a canoe/kayak float on the Nolin and stopped along the way camp. Pictured left to right, Claudia Cape, Mikey White, Nick Kidd, Emilee Wilson, Wes Buchanan, Katie Wiley, Patrick Slater and Haley Crowe. We had lovely weather and a wonderful time.

Below is a pic mid-float of Patrick Slater and Wes Buchanan.

Thanks,
Katie Wiley



Knockout Roses
Picture Featured:    September 10, 2011 Knockout Roses
Jerry and Stephanie McClellan sent us this photo and write:
LOOK AT ALL THAT RAIN ON THESE KNOCKOUT ROSES JUST BEAUTIFUL. SO GLAD TO SEE THE RAIN

JERRY & STAPHANIE MCCLELLAN



Payton Trobaugh
Picture Featured:    September 11, 2011 Payton Trobaugh
Michele & Randy Wheat sent us this photo and write:
The photo is of Payton Trobaugh who is a member of the Monroe County 4H Dog Club & the Fountain Run 4H Club. This past July, she had County Fair projects to be entered in the Kentucky State Fair, we are very proud of her accomplishments. This was the first year that she had entries in the county or state fair so to bring home Class Champion for one of her entries is awesome!

Payton placed….
Woodworking – A wooden trinket box - Blue & Class Champion
Junior Color Drawing – Soldier at rest - White
Junior Ceramics – Peace Frog Bank – Blue Ribbon
Junior Photography – (3-5 Photos of Community – A collection of photos of various signs in the Gamaliel area) Red Ribbon
Junior Photography – (Community Photo taken of the Freetown Church in Gamaliel) White Ribbon

Thanks for letting us share!
Michele & Randy Wheat



Monroe Co. Watermelon Festival
Picture Featured:    September 12, 2011 Monroe Co. Watermelon Festival
Michele Wheat sent us these and writes:
At this year’s Monroe Co. Watermelon Festival there was a new activity to enjoy. The newly founded Monroe Co 4H Dog Club put together a dog show. The activity was a fundraiser for the club & was a huge success. Even though the day was extremely hot, those who came out to participate & just to watch have said it was great family entertainment.

Photo # 1 – Members of the Dog Club at the club’s booth. They were in charge of selling chances on the wonderful dog gift basket, getting people registered early for the show & getting votes dropped in the jars so that we could select a most photogenic dog for the show.
L-R ; Payton Trobaugh, Kenzie Simmons, Raven Tipton & Tori Chandler
Photo # 2 – One of the participants dressed in their best costume.
Photo #3 – Renea’ Hunter holding the plaque for the Most Photogenic Dog which was one by her Chihuahua named Marilyn who had the most “votes”.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining the club, please contact the Monroe County Extension Office @ 270-487-5504 We would also like to thank everyone who participated in this event to make it a success!

Thank you for letting me share,
Michele Wheat
Monroe Co 4-H Dog Club Leader



NYC
Picture Featured:    September 13, 2011 NYC
Pam Robertson sent us these and writes:
My daughter and I took a trip to NYC in April of this year this is a picture of the cross from World Trade Center and the signs that go with it.. very emotional place to be even 10 years later... 9-11 a date in time all Americans will remember.


Toad and Frog
Picture Featured:    September 14, 2011 Toad and Frog
Linda Craiger sent us these and writes:
Hello Mr. Anderson, the first picture is of a Fowler's Toad found in our yard this spring, common in south central Kentucky. The second is of a Pickerel Frog, also common in south central Kentucky. The Pickerel Frog kept jumping in front of the mower until my husband caught him and put him in the bucket, which is why grass clipping are showing on his back. Toads and frogs are very beneficial to our gardens.

Linda Craiger
Birds, Nature, & Environment Committee
Glasgow Garden Club



9/11 Connection to Glasgow
Picture Featured:    September 15, 2011 9/11 Connection to Glasgow
Patrick Klapheke sent us this photo and writes:
Bill-
I don't know if it is too late to get a 9/11 pic in or not, but this is my good friend and college roommate, Mark Hindy. Mark worked for cantor-fitzgerald in the north tower and was killed on 9/11/01. He had visited Glasgow on at least one occasion, derby weekend, 1993. We stopped and ate lasagna at my mother's house before heading on to louisville and the derby. Mark was a loving, caring soul and he is missed every day by those he left behind. thanks for posting and keeping the memory of Mark alive.

W. Patrick Klapheke



Buffalo
Picture Featured:    September 16, 2011 Buffalo
Ike sent us this photo and writes:
Buffalo farm in Barren Co. Located on Poynter Road near Cave City. Took this picture while riding around one day on my scooter.

Ike



Fall is on the Way
Picture Featured:    September 17, 2011 Fall is on the Way
Stephanie McClellan sent us this photo and writes:
I THINK THIS IS A SIGN THAT FALL IS ON THE WAY MARIGOLDS & SPIDER WEBS THANKS FOR SHARING


Allie's Angels Poker Run
Picture Featured:    September 18, 2011 Allie
Ronnie Catron sent us these and writes:
Mr. Anderson,
We wanted to share a couple of pictures of our first annual Allie's Angels Poker Run for Down Syndrome. The money raised will be donated on September 24th at Greenwood high School in Bowling Green for the 2011 Annual Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome.

Allie Grace Payne is 4 years old and attends Red Cross Elementary Preschool. She is the daughter of Jimmy and Jennifer Payne. She is the little sister to Garrett Payne.

The Payne family wants to thank everyone for their support and donations that helped make this years poker run a huge success. We are anxiously looking toward next year for the 2nd annual Poker Run for Down Syndrome.

Jimmy, Jennifer, Garrett, and Allie Payne



Scottie Dog Pound!
Picture Featured:    September 19, 2011 Scottie Dog Pound!
Brian Shields sent us these and writes:
Bill,
Two pics of the Scottie Dog Pound getting psyched for a recent football game. Seems to be working, so far.

brian shields



Donation to BCHS Athletics
Picture Featured:    September 20, 2011 Donation to BCHS Athletics
Angie Rush sent us this photo and writes:
Glasgow Dairy Queen Donates $1,000 to Barren County High School Athletics

Glasgow Dairy Queen recently donated $1,000 to the Barren County Athletics. Tim Rigdon of Dairy Queen presented the check to Barren County High School Principal Steve Riley and Athletic Director Bob Blair. Glasgow Dairy Queen is a dedicated and proud supporter of Barren County High School athletic and academic programs.

Pictured from Left to Right: Barren County High School Athletic Director Bob Blair, Tim Rigdon of Dairy Queen, and Barren County High School Principal Steve Riley.



A Buckeye Butterfly
Picture Featured:    September 21, 2011 A Buckeye Butterfly
Wendell Kennison sent us this photo and writes:
Hello Bill,
Sadly this Buckeye butterfly is one of the last of the Summer....This species does not migrate as does the Monarch....There seemed to be less butterflies this year...There just wasn't enough wildflower due to the weather... We can still enjoy the Hummers for a few more weeks.

Wendell



The Bounty of the Barrens!
Picture Featured:    September 22, 2011 The Bounty of the Barrens!
Here's a photo from the Bounty of the Barrens Farmer's Market held every Saturday, 8:00am-noon on Glasgow's public square. If you haven't been, drop by and see all that our local producers have to offer. As they say on their facebook page (search for Bounty of the Barrens Farmers' Market), "We are a producer-only farmers' market, offering some of the best fresh, local produce, beef, pork, buffalo, cheese, eggs, baked goods and handmade items the Barrens have to offer."

Also, check out Sustainable Glasgow at www.sustainableglasgow.blogspot.com!



The North Jackson Garden
Picture Featured:    September 23, 2011 The North Jackson Garden
Patty Gentry sent us this photo and writes:
North Jackson Garden is keeping the Jaguars busy this Fall. In the outdoor classroom, the garden inspires curiosity, cultivates a feeling of ownership, and allows students to be active participants in their own education. Pictured above, students are studying adaptations while caring for their "Pumkin Patch." They are busy cultivating, watering, and data collecting as they eagerly await harvest.

Patty Gentry
Family Resource Center Coordinator
North Jackson Elementary School



The Supervisor at the Market
Picture Featured:    September 24, 2011 The Supervisor at the Market
This photo is Joe Trigg from the Sustainable Glasgow facebook page. Billy Ray captions it this way:
The mighty Joe Trigg supervises things at the market.
Check out the site for a lot of other pictures and see them each Saturday from 8:00am-noon through the end of October!


Taking a break!
Picture Featured:    September 25, 2011 Taking a break!
Todd Barbour sent us this photo and writes:
Taking a cycling break on the new outer loop before it opens!


Jail Break 5K
Picture Featured:    September 26, 2011 Jail Break 5K
Micah Reece sent us this photo and writes:
Just wanted to submit this photo of our winners for the 4th Annual Jail Break 5K held by the Glasgow Public Defender’s Office. This year all proceeds went to the Boys & Girls Club of Glasgow/Barren County. A great time was had by all and we were able to raise money for a wonderful organization. A big THANK YOU to all that helped in making our event a great success once again!

Micah Reece



Ranger Harlow and a Barred Owl
Picture Featured:    September 27, 2011 Ranger Harlow and a Barred Owl
Patty Gentry sent us this photo and writes:
Mammoth Cave National Park Ranger, Taylor Harlow, is shown speaking to third grade students at North Jackson Elementary. He discussed physical and behavioral characteristics of owls and brought a barred owl for students to examine.

Patty Gentry



High Powered Demonstration
Picture Featured:    September 28, 2011 High Powered Demonstration
Todd Barbour sent us this photo and writes:
This demonstration was held at a metering school in Franklin, TN this year by Lawrenceburg utility personnel. In case you can't tell, the guys are demonstrating what happens when a kite gets snagged on a power line.


To the Brim Food Drive!
Picture Featured:    September 29, 2011 To the Brim Food Drive!
Patty Gentry sent us this photo and writes:
North Jackson Elementary families participated in the "Fill the Brim" Food Drive. 1940 items of food & personal hygiene items were donated. Shown in photo is Dr. Mody & NJE students with food items collected to help area families in need.

Patty Gentry



A Piece of History
Picture Featured:    September 30, 2011 A Piece of History
Patty Gentry sent us these and writes:
Tony Atwood and Sammy Edmunds of the Glasgow Fire Department followed Senator Givens with a presentation of an actual beam from the World Trade Center. The students were honored and humbled by the opportunity to get to touch a piece of history.

(top) Preschool students Allie Maples, Jon Parker Hyde, Laney Wheeler, & Sutton Hyde absorbing a part of history
(lower left) Lukas Benham touches the piece of steel from the World Trade Center
(lower, center) Beth Maples stands with Pierce Craddock as he touches a piece of history
(lower right) Julia Kinsman pauses to take in a moment in history



Wade cooking up a storm!
Picture Featured:    October 01, 2011 Wade cooking up a storm!
This photo is ol' Wade England from the Sustainable Glasgow facebook page.
Doesn't Wade look like he is cooking up a storm? (Don't bother him)
Check out the site for a lot of other pictures and visit to look and buy each Saturday from 8:00am-noon through the end of October at the Bounty of the Barrens!


Senator Givens and Friends
Picture Featured:    October 02, 2011 Senator Givens and Friends
Patty Gentry sent us this photo and writes:
The students at North Jackson Elementary celebrated Constitution Day by inviting Senator David Givens to speak. Senator Givens gave an inspirational speech about the importance of the Constitution and the qualities of being a great leader.

Shown is Senator David Givens with our 6th Grade Ambassadors for Being Proactive--Chloe Madison and Jake Essex.

Patty Gentry



Leaders of the Future
Picture Featured:    October 03, 2011 Leaders of the Future
Buffy Carter at the Chamber of Commerce sent us this photo and writes:
Congratulations to the 2011-2012 Leaders of the Future!

The Leaders of the Future Steering Committee of the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce recently held a retreat at Barren River State Park for the new Leaders of the Future Class of 2011-2012. These future leaders will participate in team building activities, service projects, individual activities and various day sessions that will enhance the group’s leadership skills and make the group more familiar with all that Barren County has to offer.

Meet the Class of 2011-2012! Allie Carver, Brittany Shirley, Courtney Hammer, Deanie Pedigo, Drake Jessie, Ella Settle, Geran Walters, Gunnar Eaton, Heidi Holgate, Joshua Doyle, Kaylie Howard, LeeAnna Sewell, Lyn Steenbergen, Madison Hume, Mallie Wells, Mariah Hughes, McKayla Humphrey, Megan Jones, MiKayla Carter, Olivia Houchens, Rachel Howard, Reagan Bowles, Reagan Taylor, Tyler Atwell. Congratulations Leaders of the Future!



Bounty of the Barrens
Picture Featured:    October 04, 2011 Bounty of the Barrens
Ike sent us this photo from Sept. 24th and writes:
Bounty of the Barrens Farmer's Market.. Pumpkins, Pumpkins, and more Pumpkins

Ike



Bruce and His Granddaughter!
Picture Featured:    October 05, 2011 Bruce and His Granddaughter!
Emily Trabue sent us this photo and writes:
Bruce Trabue has carried the mail for 37+ years for the Glasgow Post Office and made millions of deliveries to thousands of Glasgow residents and friends. Here is his last delivery! Pictured with his granddaughter Addisen Leigh Reed, daughter of Laura Leigh and John Reed.

(Congratulations, Bruce! - The WebMeister...)


Cruise into Fall Car Show Saturday
Picture Featured:    October 06, 2011 Cruise into Fall Car Show Saturday
Mike and Charlotte Pruitt sent us this photo and write:
Bill,
We would like to remind everyone about the 11th Annual Glasgow Renaissance-Main Street Cruise Into Fall Car Show this Saturday, Oct. 8th from 9am-3pm downtown on the square. As you can see from the picture of the winners last year, we expect to have another large showing of nice cars this year. Last year we had over 350 entries and it sounds like the weather is going to be great so we expect another big year. So stop by and check out all the cars on Saturday. Hope to see you there.

For more information about the all the activites visit our website at www.glasgowcarshow.com.

Thanks,
Mike Pruitt



The Cave of Fear
Picture Featured:    October 07, 2011 The Cave of Fear
David Foster sent us this photo and writes:
American Cave Museum Opens CAVE OF FEAR this October

The American Cave Museum will be opening the CAVE OF FEAR in downtown Horse Cave every Friday and Saturday night throughout the month of October. The “Cave of Fear” will begin shortly after sundown and continue until Midnight.

Tickets are $15.00 per person and children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. The CAVE OF FEAR tour begins in the American Cave Museum and descends more than 100 feet underground into the depths of Hidden River Cave. This event is not recommended for small children.

Those who wish to participate in Horse Cave’s Halloween revelries will find plenty of scares, delicious treats from the Gallery Bakery, and discounts on future Hidden River Cave tours (CAVE OF FEAR ticket stubs can be redeemed for $5 dollar cave tours after the Halloween event is over.

For more information look for us on the web at www.caveoffear.com or contact:

David Foster, Executive Director
American Cave Museum & Hidden River Cave
119 East Main Street
Horse Cave



School Supply Drive Results
Picture Featured:    October 08, 2011 School Supply Drive Results
Patty Gentry sent us this photo and writes:
Property manager for Glasgow Self Storage, Susan Benham, held a school supply drive and donated numerous student supplies to North Jackson Elementary School. Shown with Susan is Patty Gentry, North Jackson Family Resource Center Coordinator.

Patty Gentry
Family Resource Center Coordinator
North Jackson Elementary School



Teens will RYOT Sunday, Oct. 9
Picture Featured:    October 09, 2011 Teens will RYOT Sunday, Oct. 9
Bobby Carson sent us this photo and writes:
Teens will RYOT on Sunday, Oct. 9

Praise and prayers went up for the bands, speaker, volunteers, but mostly for the teens who will attend the RYOT on October 9 on the Happy Valley School lawn. Organizers met Sunday night to pray for the event which aims at reaching youth on time for Jesus Christ. “Our job as Christians is to prove to teens that there are people in our community who genuinely love them,” said Nathan Peters, youth worker at Glasgow First Assembly of God Church.

“God has a plan for us and He is equipping us to do His work,” added Sam Tollison, pastor of Glasgow First Assembly of God Church and coordinator of this year’s RYOT. “It’s like the loaves and fishes – our finances are completely covered, thanks to donations from businesses and fundraisers. Who makes $1,000 on a yard sale? RYOT did! God is showing Himself strong.”

Churches across Barren County sponsor the RYOT, and follow up with the kids who attend. Brandon Petty, lead pastor of Generation Church in Portland, Tenn., is the featured speaker. Bands include Danya, God’s Gift, Kryst Like, and G.I. Food, games, give-aways – all free. Finding the true love of Jesus Christ – priceless. For more information on RYOT, call Pastor Sam Tollison at 270-834-6578. Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Youth-RYOT/142510102275.

In the photo, Pastor Sam Tollison and CJ Zettlemoyer led praise during the RYOT prayer meeting on Sunday night, preparing for the RYOT outdoor event on Oct. 9.



Abundant Wildlife
Picture Featured:    October 10, 2011 Abundant Wildlife
Theresa Smith sent us this photo and writes:
Mr. Anderson,
I took this picture about three weeks ago while the velvet was still on this deer's antlers. We are lucky to live in an area where wildlife is abundant.

Theresa Smith



You're invited!
Picture Featured:    October 11, 2011 You
Cindy Rutledge sent us this photo and writes:
In the photo, BCHS Seniors 2012 displaying their Grand Champion Trophy received at the 2011 Glasgow Scottie Marching Classic.

The Barren County High School Marching Band Invitational is just around the corner. On Saturday, October 15, 2011 starting at 10:45 a.m. 13 marching bands from around Kentucky will descend upon the BCHS Campus to compete for their chance to become Grand Champion of the Invitational.

The following bands will be in competition: Caverna, Cumberland County, Metcalfe Co.,LaRue County, Glasgow, South Warren, Russell County, Allen County, Owensboro, Calloway County, John Hardin, Madison Central, and Muhlenberg County. The Barren County Band will perform in exhibition at 8:00 p.m.

There will be lots of yummy food available including Trojan-nator Taters, Funnel cakes, rib eye and shoulder sandwiches, plus much, much more.

If you have never been to a marching band contest, here is a great chance to see what you have been missing - If you haven't gotten to see the Glasgow Scotties in their new uniforms or the BCHS Trojans marching show, here is your chance!! DON'T MISS IT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15TH STARTING AT 10:45am.

Cindy Rutledge



True Blue
Picture Featured:    October 12, 2011 True Blue
Daryel Hunt sent us this photo and writes:
This is Anna & her sister Emma (with the true Ky. Blue Eyes) playing with Dylan on the cornhole board. We took them all camping this week, and everyone had a good time.

Daryel Hunt



Barren Co. FBLA
Picture Featured:    October 13, 2011 Barren Co. FBLA
Angie Rush sent us this photo and writes:
Barren County Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) recently participated in the Barren County March for Babies, one of their many community service projects. FBLA members donated $528 to assist the other teams in raising over $21,400. For their efforts, Barren County FBLA was recognized as the Top Youth Team. Barren County FBLA members and advisers thank all who assisted by raising money for this community service project.

Walkers for the Barren County FBLA were: (L to R) Shelia Childress (adviser), Danielle Martin (adviser), Bryce Martin, Miranda McKinney (officer), Brooke Simmons (officer), Megan Garrison (officer), Angela Rush (adviser), and Emily Huizenga (officer).



NJE Science Club
Picture Featured:    October 14, 2011 NJE Science Club
Patty Gentry sent us this photo and writes:
Laynie Boggs, a fifth grader at North Jackson Elementary, is shown examining a prepared slide of bacteria with a computer microscope during NJE Science Club. Students in the club swabbed various surfaces around the school and prepared petri dishes to display in the lobby.

Patty Gentry
Family Resource Center Coordinator
North Jackson Elementary School



South Central Ky. Cultural Center
Picture Featured:    October 15, 2011 South Central Ky. Cultural Center
The McClellan's sent us these and write:
(left) ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL SCENE FROM SOUTH CENTRAL KY CULTERAL CENTER IN DOWNTOWN GLASGOW, KY.

(right) THIS IS OUR SON NICHOLAS MCCLELLAN HE REALLY LIKE THE CULTURAL CENTER! THANKS FOR SHARING

JERRY & STEPHANIE MC CLELLAN

The South Central Ky. Cultural Center


BCHS Green Team Visits Landfill
Picture Featured:    October 16, 2011 BCHS Green Team Visits Landfill
Angela Rush sent us this photo and writes:
BCHS Green Team Visits Landfill

Members of Barren County High School’s Green Team visited the Glasgow Regional Landfill recently. Buck Houchens and Chris Blythe spoke with students about the process that goes into the disposal of our waste and the benefits of recycling. “Standing at the edge of the huge mound of waste really shows how important recycling is for the future”, commented Calvin Penn a senior at BCHS. Accompanying student to the landfill was CSM Phillip Gearlds who is one of the Green Team sponsors this year. “Land field space is very limited within our community. We need to recycle and use our space wisely”, says CSM Gearlds. Green Team members will be working on projects this school year that encourages reducing, reusing, and recycling as a means to protect our environment and “Give Earth a Hand”.

In the photo, BCHS Green Team students are shown listening to representatives of the Glasgow Regional Landfill, Buck Houchens and Chris Blythe. The Green Team is part of a district wide initiative for Barren County Schools to promote conservation, reducing, reusing and recycling awareness throughout the school district and community.



In the Park This Morning
Picture Featured:    October 17, 2011 In the Park This Morning
Vickie Carson sent us this photo ("In the Park This Morning") and writes:
Thursday, October 13, 2011, 7:26 a.m. from the Mammoth Cave NP webcam
(http://www.nature.nps.gov/air/webcams/parks/macacam/macacam.cfm)

The trees on the Green River flood plain and in the park's karst valleys are turning more rapidly that those on the ridge tops. Fall color in the valleys has progressed to more than 50 percent; ridge tops are at 25-50 percent.

Vickie Carson
Public Information Officer
Mammoth Cave National Park



Fall Creek Falls
Picture Featured:    October 18, 2011 Fall Creek Falls
Debbie Sanders sent us this photo and writes:
My family and I visited Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee during Fall Break last week, it was simply beautiful, the trees were so vibrant in their colors! This shows the natural beauty of that area!

Thanks,
Debbie Sanders,
Cave City, Ky.



Foggy Friday
Picture Featured:    October 19, 2011 Foggy Friday
Bill Bucher sent us this photo and writes:
I took this Friday morning out my bedroom window.

Bill Bucher
Park City



Bill & Sam on the Green River
Picture Featured:    October 20, 2011 Bill & Sam on the Green River
My brother-in-law, Shawn Perkins, sent us this photo...
Local Cub Scout Pack 586 got together for a kayaking trip on the Green River a month ago. This is a photo that Shawn took of Sam and myself (Bill Anderson). We had a fantastic time and the weather was absolutely perfect. On the trip, we saw deer, a Bald Eagle, a rattlesnake, turtles, wild turkeys and a spider that had to weigh at least 10 lbs! (okay, maybe 5 lbs. - Eeesh)


Cumberland Falls
Picture Featured:    October 21, 2011 Cumberland Falls
Kevin Thompson sent us this photo and writes:
I took this photo of Cumberland Falls, on a motorcycle ride, Monday October the 18th. It was a bit of a hike to get to where it was taken. But well worth the walk.

Kevin Thompson



At the 9/11 Ceremony
Picture Featured:    October 22, 2011 At the 9/11 Ceremony
W.S. Everett sent us this photo and writes:
The Mayor and the Chief at the 9/11/11 ceremony.

W.S. Everett



Last Year's Goblins
Picture Featured:    October 23, 2011 Last Year
Stephanie McClellan sent us this photo and writes:
This is some of our little goblins last year left to right KAILEAH PRICE, NICHOLAS MCCLELLAN, COLE PRICE, KAYDEN PRICE


Big Blue Madness
Picture Featured:    October 24, 2011 Big Blue Madness
Terry Leber sent us this photo entitled "Big Blue Madness" and writes:
My daughter with her husband and children at some kind of special event.

From Terry Leber & my wife (who wanted to know where's her ticket)



The Moon
Picture Featured:    October 25, 2011 The Moon
Aaron Reece sent us this photo and writes:
Here is a picture of the moon in all of its glory.

Aaron Reece



Honoring the volunteers...
Picture Featured:    October 26, 2011 Honoring the volunteers...
Amy Loyall sent us this photo and writes:
On Thursday, September 29th, a luncheon was held to honor volunteers at Barren County Health Care Center. The guest speaker was Senator David Givens. Approximately 100 volunteers were in attendance. Pictured is Volunteer Richard Wilding, Volunteer Edna Railey, John Robert Miller, friend and guest of Senator Givens, Senator David Givens and Administrator Steve Brown.


Work at Cleveland Ave. Sub
Picture Featured:    October 27, 2011 Work at Cleveland Ave. Sub
Todd Barbour sent us this photo and writes:
This was from last Saturday when we removed the substation transformer from our (the EPB's) Cleveland Substation. The transformer was damaged during a past storm event. Currently most of the load that this transformer served is being fed from Glasgow's new substation which came online this past February.
The Glasgow Electric Plant Board Website


Halloween Decorations
Picture Featured:    October 28, 2011 Halloween Decorations
(upper photo) Billy and Cindy Deckard sent us this photo and write:
Bill, Heres a picture of our kids, grandkids, and nephews of pumpkins that they carved!! They were so thrilled when they were finished!! Job well done!!!!

Thanks
Billy and Cindy Deckard

(lower photo) Stephanie McClellan sent us this photo and writes:

I was driving down a country road one day and saw this beautiful scenery !!!!! HAPPY HALLOWEEN, GLASGOW KY! I think it's most wonderful town to reside in the United States.


Cumberland Falls
Picture Featured:    October 29, 2011 Cumberland Falls
Marilyn sent us this photo and writes simply:
Beautiful Cumberland Falls.


Fall Field Trip
Picture Featured:    October 30, 2011 Fall Field Trip
Alicia Allen sent us these and writes:
The Park City Elementary preschool classes recently took a field trip to Jackson's Orchard. The children were able to enjoy a beautiful fall day, cider slushes, and picking the perfect pumpkin! A big "thanks" goes out to the many volunteers that were in attendance! Pictured are children from Alicia Allen’s class and Marsha Gentry’s class.

Alicia Allen
Park City Preschool



Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Picture Featured:    October 31, 2011 Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Becky Reece sent us this photo and writes:
Amneal Pharmaceutical employees were pretty in pink on October 21 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


The Glasgow Scottie Band
Picture Featured:    November 01, 2011 The Glasgow Scottie Band
Kimberly Rushing sent us this photo and writes:
Glasgow Scottie Band will be performing at the 2A KMEA Semi-Finals this weekend (October 29th, 2011) at Greenwood High School in Bowling Green. We will be defending our State Championship.


Cemetery Clean-Up
Picture Featured:    November 02, 2011 Cemetery Clean-Up
Linda Craiger sent us this photo and writes:
The Glasgow Garden Club held their annual fall clean-up of the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery entrance on October 21st. Donations to the club's memorial fund help to provide money for mulch, replacing plants, and trimming the trees and shrub. This year, daffodils were added to the landscape in the spring and pansies were planted this fall. The cemetery is a beautiful part of Glasgow and is particularly beautiful in the fall when the trees are changing colors.

Pictured above are (L to R): Anne Miller, Georgine Shank, Gina Velkly (Master Gardener student), Sharon DeGiovannia, Ruth Young and Martha Nelson.

Linda Craiger
Glasgow Garden Club



Breaking that losing streak!
Picture Featured:    November 03, 2011 Breaking that losing streak!
Buddy Underwood sent us this photo and writes:
This was the scene of a lot of happy Topper fans storming the field after WKU's homecoming victory over conference leader La. Lafayette on Sat. afternoon. This victory broke an 18-game home losing streak. Everybody was so hungry for a win that it seemed like winning the national championship.

Buddy Underwood



GHS Pink Out
Picture Featured:    November 04, 2011 GHS Pink Out
Beth Hinkley sent us this photo entitled "GHS Pink Out" and writes:
Bill,
I took this picture Friday night at the Glasgow High School game. The GHS football team wore pink to support breast cancer awareness. I was amazed when I looked through my pictures to see the PINK sunset. The players in the picture are the GHS kicking team warning up.

Thanks,
Beth Hinkley



Parker
Picture Featured:    November 05, 2011 Parker
Matt and Becky Wheeler sent us this photo and write:
Bill,
This is our Grandson, Parker Clark helping his buddy Jon dig a ditch with his back hoe. Parker loves tractors and dozers. The next picture is him working on his back hoe, cause he sees his buddy doing the same.

Thanks for sharing,
Matt and Becky Wheeler



Landen Houchens
Picture Featured:    November 06, 2011 Landen Houchens
Ryan and Nicole Houchens sent us this photo and write:
Here is our son Landen Houchens (#336, foreground, lower left) racing in the Loretta Lynn's National Motocross Race. He finished the year out in the top ten in the points series!

His goal next year is to win the series and be the best youth rider. He loves to race and wants to be a pro someday. Landen is a second grader at Red Cross Elementary.



Jeff Hite's last day
Picture Featured:    November 07, 2011 Jeff Hite
Scott Getic sent us this photo and writes:
Bill,
Here is a picture of Jeff Hite at the Mexican restaurant. This was taken on his last day at B&M Supply of Bowling Green. He is moving to Louisville. He asked his customer where they wanted to eat and this is where they wanted to go.

“He should have known better”

Thanks
Scott Getic



From Teen Read Week
Picture Featured:    November 08, 2011 From Teen Read Week
Marla Ford sent us these and writes:
October 16-22 was Teen Read Week. Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library celebrated with a prize drawing. Teens registered guesses of "how many pieces of candy in the jar." The drawing was held Monday, October 24 and the prizes were presented at our regular "Mellow Monday MeeTeens" activity. Chuck won the jar of candy and the disposable camera, Courtney was awarded the photography book.

Thank you,
Marla Ford
Youth Services Associate
Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library



Halloween Fun
Picture Featured:    November 09, 2011 Halloween Fun
Loretta Cummings sent us these and writes:
Glenview Health Care Facility enjoyed a fun afternoon with music and treats with the residents. The residents loved that the staff dressed up and had a lot of fun. Thanks to all staff and families for participating.

Those in the lower right photo:
Tommy Payton, CNA, Joker
Stacy Vance, LPN, Gothic Fairy
Kay Bush, Owner, Goblin
Shari Perry, Billing, Cousin It

Loretta Cummings



Ken Wininger's Surprise Party
Picture Featured:    November 10, 2011 Ken Wininger
Peggy Tuck sent us this photo and writes:
Ken Wininger's "Surprise" Birthday Party. Friends in attendance were from left; Pam Brown, David Brown, Patritia Jones, Rob Barbour, Michelle Demunbrun, Ken Wininger, Freda Dugger, Loretta Barbour, Peggy Tuck, Carol Spiegl.


Honoring our Heritage
Picture Featured:    November 11, 2011 Honoring our Heritage
Winston Nunn sent us these and writes:
(upper photo) I took this when I was about 15 years old. It's in front of the old courthouse in 1942 or 1943. In the picture is Polly and Ralph Hammer, just before Mr. Hammer went into the US Army. (Gayle Berry at the South Central Ky. Cultural Center added the following information: From September, 1931 - The Glasgow Republican - Mr. Ralph Hammer has entered Western Kentucky Teachers College in Bowling Green. Ralph was formerly on the football team of the Glasgow High School and will play with the team of WKTC. He was born July 5, 1910, the son of Wesley Boles and Lucy Downing Hammer. His wife, Polly received the Silver Star Medal, posthumously awarded to her husband for gallantry in action on January 19, 1945. He died that same day in Luzon, Philippines. - You may refer interested people who want more information to the Cultural Center. Open Mon-Fri: 9-4 and Saturdays 9-2.)

(lower photo) This is Paul Walker and his mother. He was an outstanding football player at GHS, went to UK in 1941 and went into the US Army as a Paratrooper. He jumped over France and was hit with a German 88, requiring several surgeries. After his tour of duty in the Army, he went to U of L, where he played basketball. He was the Rec. Director here for several years before moving to Bowling Green. You may have heard of the Paul Walker Golf Course which is named for him.



Halloween Shenanigans
Picture Featured:    November 12, 2011 Halloween Shenanigans
(upper photo) Melanie Forshee sent us this photo and writes:
This is a picture of all the SCB Operations Employees who dressed up for Halloween. Everyone really enjoyed dressing up and as you can see the costumes were great. Thanks for letting me share.

Melanie Forshee

(lower photo) Sandy Ladd-Russell sent us this photo and writes:

We decided to be Progressive's Flo for Halloween - with "Big Money," of course.

Sandy Ladd-Russell
Glasgow Insurance Agency, Inc.



Halloween Fun
Picture Featured:    November 13, 2011 Halloween Fun
Amy Loyall sent us these and writes:
Here are a few pictures of some of the employees at Barren County Health Care Center having fun on Halloween.

Thanks for sharing,

Amy Loyall
Activity Director BCHCC



Group Photos
Picture Featured:    November 14, 2011 Group Photos
(upper photo) Brittany Grant sent us this photo and writes:
This picture was taken by Leslie Kidd Photography. In this picture from (L-R): Kessie, Carter, Kenzie, Jack, Justice, Weston and Braylon. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

(lower photo) Linda Hitchcock sent us this photo and writes:

Dear Bill,
Attached is a photograph taken by my husband, John Hitchcock, of the finale of "Broadway Babies, Guys and Dolls" as presented by Todd and Lisa Woodward for Glasgow Musicale on Sunday, October 16, 2011. The singers gathered around the piano for "Climb Every Mountain" from "The Sound of Music."

From left to right: Hayley Biggers, Kristen Roderick, Tyler Lindsey, Lisa Woodward, Robert Lindsey, Todd Woodward, Ellen Murrey, Richard Burchett and Amanda Taylor

all the best,

Linda Hitchcock
Glasgow Musicale President and Publicist



Near Park City
Picture Featured:    November 15, 2011 Near Park City
Bill Bucher sent us this photo and writes:
This was taken near Park City. Note the moon in upper left.

Bill Bucher



Bounty of the Barrens
Picture Featured:    November 16, 2011 Bounty of the Barrens
Jeff Edwards sent us these Nov. 2nd and writes:
Hi Bill,
These pictures are from Saturday morning on the square. The Bounty of the Barrens is still going strong (Note: The outdoor version of Bounty of the Barrens Farmers’ Market for 2011 has now come to an end. They will continue to have the market on the second Saturdays of each month though the winter at the Barren County Cooperative Extension Service office).

I was able to purchase a watermelon and some fresh turnip greens. I encourage everyone to continue to attend every Saturday. It's worth it!

Thanks,
Jeff Edwards

Sustainable Glasgow: Feeding Glasgow's Economy with Barren County's Bounty


Cast of the Nightmare Nursery!
Picture Featured:    November 17, 2011 Cast of the Nightmare Nursery!
Pamela Lessenberry sent us this photo and writes:
Bill - Here are some of the marvelous crew of young people that helped bring the "Nightmare Nursery,"ť the free haunted house on South Green Street, to fruition. It's become an annual tradition with Barret and Pamela Lessenberry, who were married on Halloween, to create a different haunted house every year for the neighborhood.

Left to right: John Thomas Rogers, Austin Perkins, Brandon Nelson, Kole Wilkinson, Danni Backs (German exchange student), MacLean Lessenberry and Kristin Wilkinson.



2011 Rotary Auction on EPB Cable 6!
Picture Featured:    November 18, 2011 2011 Rotary Auction on EPB Cable 6!
Amy Hall and Aaron Reece sent us this photo...
Know any of these fine people? This was taken at the EPB studio during this year's Rotary Auction, shown live on EPB Cable 6. Thanks to everyone that donated or helped out to make this year's program another stellar success.

Don't forget, with the holiday season upon us, tune in to EPB Cable 6 for a wide variety of local Christmas programming!



Sgt. Brandon Harlow
Picture Featured:    November 19, 2011 Sgt. Brandon Harlow
Bunny Harlow sent us this photo and writes:
Dear Bill,
I present to you a picture of Sgt. Brandon Harlow, son of Mike and Bunny Harlow and husband of Andrea Harlow. He stopped by for a visit Thursday in his dress uniform, and you know momma, I couldn't resist a picture of him. He is currently making a career with the Ky. National Guard. We are so proud of him and his accoumplishents in life, and for serving our country.

Thanks,
Bunny Harlow <><



Maddie
Picture Featured:    November 20, 2011 Maddie
Angela Mutter sent us this photo and writes:
I just could not resist putting this picture on the web page. This is the granddaughter of Bill and Susan Osborn. She was 5 months old yesterday. Her name is Madilynne “Maddie” Grace Ware. Her Mother, Karen Creech-Ware, serves in the United States Navy in Fort Gordon, Georgia.


Marty & Clara at Devil's Slide
Picture Featured:    November 21, 2011 Marty & Clara at Devil
Emily Stilts sent us this photo and writes:
We went to visit children and grandchildren at Salt Lake City, Utah. On a trip to Evanston, Wyoming we stopped to view this formation on the mountain side outside of Ogden,Utah. "DEVILS SLIDE" is what this is called. Notice how the rocks have formed making it look as if it is a slide down the side of the mountain. A gentleman that was going fly fishing took this for us.Just thought others would enjoy seeing some of God's amazing handiwork.

Marty and Clara Stilts
Glasgow, Ky.



Honoring our veterans
Picture Featured:    November 22, 2011 Honoring our veterans
Linda Hitchcock sent us this photo and writes:
Dear Bill,
The November 2nd, 2011 DAR meeting of the Edmund Rogers Chapter, NSDAR, was our annual Salute to Veteran's program. Commandant of the Marine Corps League, member of the American Legion, and the Disabled American Veterans; Marine Corps Vietnam combat wounded and highly decorated retired Sergeant Joe Litera was the inspiring keynote speaker. Joe is a recipient of both a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. In attendance were four veterans of World War II (Logan "Larry" Calhoun, Earl Kinslow in uniform, Edward Smith and Kenneth Wood) and three women veterans (Gert Granger, Jean Lyle and Marty Marsh), heroes all.

In remembrance of Veteran's Day 2011, here is the photo taken by First Vice Regent June Jackson on the steps of the Lera B. Mitchell Clubhouse.

All the best,
Linda Hitchcock, Edmund Rogers Chapter Regent

from left to right:
Front row: Gert Granger, Marty Marsh, Jean Lyle, Doug Belcher, Art Prewitt Second row: Earl Kinslow, Ed Smith, Larry Calhoun Third Row: Ray Geiselman, Fred Miller, Kenneth Wood, Joe Litera, Clif Jackson



Monroe Co. Lady Falcons
Picture Featured:    November 23, 2011 Monroe Co. Lady Falcons
Michele Wheat sent us these and writes:
The Monroe County 6th Grade Lady Falcons have brought home 1st place trophies during back to back weekend tournaments. The first photo was the Scottsville, Ky. Tournament the weekend of November 5 & 6th. The second photo is from the Macon County, Tn. Tournament the weekend of November 12th. Monroe County is so proud of these girls & their accomplishments!

The team is coached by Susie Harlan. Members are: Payton Trobaugh, Bailey Bartley, Lydia Proffitt, Brittney Williams, Kinsley Hagan, Ashley Geralds, Chastin Wright, Ashley Pruitt, Shelby Turner, Kaitlyn Smith, Madison Richardson, Mahala Rich, Abby Turner, Mariah Cleary, Emberyln Cain & Kenzie Simmons.

Thank you for letting us share.



A Local Inspiration
Picture Featured:    November 24, 2011 A Local Inspiration
Jo Jessie sent us this photo and writes:
Bill,
I took this photo of Blake Perkins at the Bands for Blake benefit at the Plaza Theatre. His smile in this photo is priceless and everyday I am thankful that he is here as an inspiration to all of us to NEVER give up and NEVER let anything stand in our way of achieving our goals.

Thank you,
Jo Jessie



Vacation 2010
Picture Featured:    November 25, 2011 Vacation 2010
Marty Wooten sent us this photo and writes:
Beautiful Lake Bled, Slovenia and the Julian Alps!


A Blast!
Picture Featured:    November 26, 2011 A Blast!
Peggy Tuck sent us this photo and writes:
Here is a photo of my granddaughter Kenzie, and my great nephew Tuck, enjoying the Halloween Party at Beaver Trail. It was a BLAST!

Peggy Tuck
(Nanna)



Sanibel Island
Picture Featured:    November 27, 2011 Sanibel Island
Patrick Forges sent us these and writes:
Here are some pictures from our vacation on Sanibel Island, Florida. The island is very dog friendly and great shells are easy to find. The birds and Dolphins are a joy to see and watch.

Patrick Forges



BCHS Students
Picture Featured:    November 28, 2011 BCHS Students
Angie Rush sent us this photo and writes:
BCHS Students Concerned about Their Community

Community Service is very important to Barren County High School students and they proved this once again by attending the Relay for Life Kick-Off meeting for Barren County/Glasgow on Thursday, Nov 3. Eric Skipworth and Megan Garrison registered the Future Business Leaders of America Chapter (FBLA) and Katie Harvey registered the Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America Chapter (FCCLA). Other organizations that will be joining the efforts is Beta, Barren Beyond the Bell, Athletic Booster Club, and STLP. Sophomore Tyler Hensley and Junior Travis London are also serving on the Relay for Life Board as student community representatives. Last year, BCHS raised over $2,000 for Relay for Life and expect to increase that amount this year through their efforts during the annual Pink Out and Quilt Raffle (Donated by the Barren County Homemakers). If you would like to join the BCHS Relay Team or assist in any way please email Cindy Jackson at cindy.jackson@barren.kyschools.us.

In the photo (L to R): Katie Harvey, Megan Garrison, Tyler Hensley, and Eric Skipworth.



TELL Awards
Picture Featured:    November 29, 2011 TELL Awards
Patty Gentry sent us these and writes:
North Jackson Elementary Recognized for Teaching, Educating, Leading and Learning

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – On Monday, November 7, 2011, at the 17th Annual Safe Schools, Successful Students Conference in Louisville, ten Kentucky public schools were recognized for the working conditions, school safety and student achievement in their buildings.

North Jackson Elementary was selected as one of the ten, based on data from the Teaching, Educating, Leading and Learning (TELL) Kentucky survey, which was administered to all public school teachers and principals in March of this year.

(upper photo): Jeannie London (teacher), Trey Carver, Easton Frazier, Madeline Martin, Jackson Maples, Maude Forrester, Katie Pack, Cameron Haddix, Anthony Frazier (Principal)
(lower photo): Sherry Waldrop (Counselor), Jeannie London (Teacher), Anthony Frazier (Principal), Terry Holliday (Commissioner of Education)

Anthony Frazier
Principal
North Jackson Elementary



D.O.N. of the Year
Picture Featured:    November 30, 2011 D.O.N. of the Year
Loretta Cummings sent us this photo and writes:
Congrats goes out to Myria Taylor, RN D.O.N. of Glenview Health Care Facility. We are so proud of you. Myria Taylor won KAHCF Midwest Distrist D.O.N. of the Year. Pictured left to right are:

Kay Bush, Owner
Mayor Rhonda Trautman
Myria Taylor, RN D.O.N.



Glasgow Crowd at Murray
Picture Featured:    December 01, 2011 Glasgow Crowd at Murray
Sonya Hawkins sent us this photo and writes:
Bill, this is a pic of the Glasgow crowd that came to the GHS vs. Murray football game at Murray. Even with the 3 hr. drive, there was an awesome turnout!

Sonya Hawkins



Cheering on the Scotties!
Picture Featured:    December 02, 2011 Cheering on the Scotties!
Cindy Rutledge sent us this photo and writes:
Bill - The Office Staff of the Housing Authority of Glasgow dressed in blue & white to show their support for the Glasgow Scotties Football Team. Even those Barren County parents dressed in Scottie Blue and will be cheering them on to victory. GOOD LUCK SCOTTIES!!!!!

From left to right: Lisa Riddle, Joy Greer, Vicki Morrison, Amy Houchens, Tina Cook, Sheri Lee, Sara Rutledge, Chris Curry, Marcia Bennett, Lori Demunbrun, Cindy Rutledge

Cindy Rutledge



Preschool Classes
Picture Featured:    December 03, 2011 Preschool Classes
Erica Shaw sent us this photo and writes:
At Red Cross Elementary: this is a picture of Cindy Williams, Maxine Wilson, and Erica Shaw's preschool class. They made turkey hats for Thanksgiving.

Erica Shaw
Preschool Teacher
Red Cross Elementary



Jonas at Chichen Itza
Picture Featured:    December 04, 2011 Jonas at Chichen Itza
Sarah Bastien sent us this photo and writes:
Jonas Bastien and his grandmother, Frances, both of Glasgow, recently toured the Mayan site of Chichen Itza in the Yucatan state of Mexico. Jonas, shown above, is in front of an archeological zone in Chichen-Itza’s older section, build during the Late Classic period between 700 to 900 A.D. Also visted was the Sacred Cenote or sacrificial well and the old Spanish Outpost city of Valladolid, founded in 1545. Earlier this year, Jonas and his mother, Cristiane, toured Machu Picchu, the site of an ancient Inca city, high in the Andes of Peru, 8,000 feet above sea level, making two World Historical Sites that Jonas, a Freshman at Glasgow High School, has visited in one year.


Inside the Actors Studio
Picture Featured:    December 05, 2011 Inside the Actors Studio
Janna Gosnell sent us this photo and writes:
Hi, Bill. I thought I would share this photo of my daughter, Jordan Gosnell. Jordan works on the Bravo television show Inside The Actors Studio With James Lipton. From the left is James Lipton, Jordan, and sitting in front of them is the episodes guest, James Franco. Jordan has been with the show for five seasons. She also graduated Magna Cum Laude from college last May. She continues living and working in NYC and we are very proud of her.

Anyone that wants to follow her career can do so at www.jordangosnell.com, or she also has a page on www.imdb.com.

Thanks!



The Scotties at LT Smith Stadium!
Picture Featured:    December 06, 2011 The Scotties at LT Smith Stadium!
Jerry Ream sent us these and writes:
They were taken at WKU's L.T. Smith Stadium at Friday's game. As you can see, there was a good turnout from Scottie fans. In the center photo, (left to right) are:
Coach Rick Wood, 15 - Hunter Bowles, 3 - LaJuan Smith, 24 - Jaylen Sublett and 40 - Hunter Botts.


Music for Morrison Park
Picture Featured:    December 07, 2011 Music for Morrison Park
Gary Bewley sent us this photo and writes:
Bill, this is a photo of (left to right) Susan Russell, Sharon Burgess and Debi Simmons recording the song "I'll Fly Away" for the new "Music For Morrison Park" CD which has just been released. The photo was made at Wayne Sexton's Recording Studio in Cave City, Kentucky where a variety of local singers and musicians donated their time, talent and cost of production to provide this fund raising product for the Morrison Park Holiness Camp Meeting Grounds. The camp meeting ground is located on Hwy 63 at the intersection of Bristletown Road and is currently under renovation.

Other performers on the CD include, Dennis Devore, Zina Beth and Greg Greer, Pam Staples, John Shepherd, Wayne Sexton, Marilyn Bunch, Stanley Greer, Joy and Anthony Greer, Phil Patton, Tommie Kay Thomas, Herman Hume, Robbie Jones, Debi Simmons, The Heavenly Heirs, Randy Richardson,The Edmonton Quartet, Gary Bewley, Susie and Hannah Bryson, and a special four-minute audio address featuring Rev. Henry Clay Morrison (the park's founder) from a 1930 radio message "Highway to Holiness" (Courtesy of Asbury Theological Seminary Archives). This Gospel CD is simply wonderful and filled with a lot of great talent and various musical styles.

Thank you,
Gary Bewley



College Application Week
Picture Featured:    December 08, 2011 College Application Week
Angela Rush sent us this photo and writes:
BCHS Lauches College Application Week

Barren County High School had 125 seniors, from the “GEAR UP Class of 2012,” make 263 college applications in one day. Barren County High was chosen as one of 13 Kentucky High Schools across the state to launch “College Application Week.” Sponsored by KHEAA, Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority, the week was an effort to assist all students with their college applications so that the process itself would not prevent any student from pursing a continuing education.

Several school wide activities, with participation from the school faculty and staff, helped to make the “College Application Week” a success. Teachers and staff were encouraged to decorate their door to promote the college of their choice. Teachers and staff were also asked to share their own personal story concerning their college application and lessons they learned about attending college. College shirt day was a fun day for students and staff to wear a favorite college shirt. On application day 11 colleges and universities, from across the state, participated in a college fair in the school library. Over 200 seniors and a few parents attended the fair, making some very important contacts with colleges of interest. In addition to the 263 applications made during the fair, some students left with several applications to be filled out at home and mailed in at a later date.

According to Magnet School counselor, Nicole Jones, “It is a wonderful opportunity for students to ask their college admissions' counselors questions without having to schedule an on-campus visit”.

Senior Counselor, Angie Frazier agreed and had this comment, “College Application Day was a great opportunity for our students. Many of our students are the first in their family to go to college and beginning the application process can be very intimidating. The admission counselors were on hand to answer questions and assist students with the application process. I am overwhelmed at the number of students who came in to apply. I am very excited with our turn out and looking forward to planning for next year!”

Barren County High’s GEAR UP Program coordinator, Kathy Lowe was pleased to see so many of her students in attendance. “After 5 and a half years of working toward the goal of College Readiness and Preparedness, it was very exciting to see them actually applying to colleges and universities. The seniors were a little nervous, apprehensive, and of course excited that the day is finally here and we are indeed ready for that next step.”



At Omaha Beach...
Picture Featured:    December 09, 2011 At Omaha Beach...
Jerry Ream sent us this photo and writes:
This was taken on Omaha Beach on D-Day this year (June 6, 2011). This gentleman just happened to be there with his dog and I asked them to be in the picture.


Mom's Mums
Picture Featured:    December 10, 2011 Mom
Jeff Edwards sent us this photo and writes:
Hi Bill,
Here is a perfect shot that says "Autumn". These are the biggest Chrysanthemums I have ever seen. Mom Planted them a few years ago and they have returned each year. This time they were huge. I thought everyone would enjoy seeing them.

See ya,
Jeff Edwards



Grandson Mason
Picture Featured:    December 11, 2011 Grandson Mason
Phyl sent us this photo and writes:
Our grandson, Mason Ferguson, enjoying the beautiful fall weather.


North Jackson Ambassadors
Picture Featured:    December 12, 2011 North Jackson Ambassadors
Ron Bowman sent us this photo and writes:
North Jackson Elementary Ambassadors for the month of October. Students were selected by practicing Habit #2, "Begin with the End in Mind." Congratulations, Ambassadors!

Front Row - Braden Cerwinske, Brennan White, Laney Wheeler, Jackson Taylor, Grant Branham

Second Row - Allie Walton, Colton Stephens, Riley Pritchard, Dax Button, Karcy Hanner, Britany Young, Maddee Stephens, Shae Tracy, Gracey Medley, Malena Hughes

Third Row - Krista Smith, Parker Stephens, Elizabeth Dallas, Emily Jackson, Katie Farley, Kirsten Thomerson, Katie Martin

Ron Bowman



Playtime in Utah
Picture Featured:    December 13, 2011 Playtime in Utah
Marty and Clara Stilts sent us this photo and write:
In late October we got the chance to fly to Utah and see grandchildren. The weather was perfect and we took them for playtime at the park. Just want to show off these five precious gifts from God to everyone. As you can tell they are stair steps in age. The oldest is 6 and the youngest will be a year in January. The week went by too fast, but we sure did have fun.

Marty and Clara Stilts
Glasgow, Ky.



Teens Helping Hands Food Drive
Picture Featured:    December 14, 2011 Teens Helping Hands Food Drive
Theresa Smith sent us this photo and writes:
Pictured left to right: Chanea Smith and Martina Chapman

These two young ladies are living proof that teens can make a huge difference in our community. Chanea Smith and Martina Chapman formed the "Teens Helping Hands Food Drive" and collected numerous food items and several cases of canned goods during the month of November. With the support of their church, friends and family members, the girls were able to make a sizeable food donation to the local food pantry at Bowling Park in Edmonton. I am very proud of them!

Theresa Smith
Knob Lick, Ky.



BCHS Dance Team
Picture Featured:    December 15, 2011 BCHS Dance Team
Kelly Milan sent us these and writes:
The Barren County High School Dance Team competed in a dance competition this weekend in Louisville. The team did a wonderful job, obtaining a 3rd place in the HipHop Division. The U of L LadyBird Dancers making an surprise appearance. The LadyBirds completed the afternoon to take a photo with Bill Milan and Dale Spearman.

The HipHop Dance at the competition. Members of the team are: Morgan Wilson, Lynda Mosby, Maeghann Alexander, Mariah Perkins, Haley Groce, Holly Groce, Cassidy McCoy, Lexie Snyder, Racheal Davis, Tamara Spearman, Mary Ivy, Cassie Cook, Shelby Lowe, Victoria Bartley, Casey Massingale.

Submitted by Kelly Milan



Austin-Tracy November Students of the Month
Picture Featured:    December 16, 2011 Austin-Tracy November Students of the Month
Melanie Shirley sent us this photo and writes:
Austin-Tracy November Students of the Month

The following Austin Tracy students were recognized for being the November students of the month. They were chosen because they are excellent examples of students who display the trait of citizenship.

Pictured from left to right (first row): Tia Roach, Luke Howard, Drew Starr, Shelby Reed, and Coy Williams
Second row: Sarah Akers, Jaedyn Poynter, Holly Williams, Ellie Belcher, and Jackson Upton

Melanie Wyatt Shirley



David and Jane
Picture Featured:    December 17, 2011 David and Jane
Lisa Russell sent us this photo and writes:
Hi Bill,
The “Bowman Clan” just got back from a family vacation in the Smokies and as you can see Jane and David Hammer provided us some 70's entertainment one evening as part of a family competition.

Peace and Love,
Lisa Russell



BCHS Concert Band
Picture Featured:    December 18, 2011 BCHS Concert Band
Cindy Rutledge sent us this photo and writes:
Bill - The BCHS Concert band has been invited to play at Carnegie Hall in New York City in April 2012. The Band Boosters have been fundraising for several months but we still need the support of the ENTIRE COMMUNITY.

If you haven't had a chance to make your donation to the band for this once in a lifetime trip to NYC, please send your donation to: Barren County Band Boosters, P.O. Box 1022, Glasgow, KY 42142-1022.

This is a great honor for the band to represent Glasgow and Barren County at Carnegie Hall. Thank you in advance for your donation.

Pictured are Senior 2012 March Band Members at MTSU: (Left to Right front row) Katie Spradlin, Heather Richardson, Beth Eversole, Cody Lyles, Madison Manion Alan Maestle, (Back Row) Kathy Pelton, Lukeus McCoy, Brittany Likens, Paul Bailey, Ashton Sturgeon, Skyla Robbins, Abby Rutledge, Nathaniel Lowe

Cindy Rutledge
VP, Barren Co. Band Boosters, Inc.



Greenest Vehicle Fleets...
Picture Featured:    December 19, 2011 Greenest Vehicle Fleets...
Vickie Carson sent us this photo and writes:
(in the photo) Mammoth Cave NP Safety Officer Mark Rich holds awards the park received for being a pioneer in using alternative fuels in its vehicle fleet. - Credit: Ky. Clean Fuels Coalition

Mammoth Cave is one of Kentucky’s Greenest Fleets

(MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK – December 12, 2011) On December 7, the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition named Mammoth Cave National Park one of the commonwealth’s greenest vehicle fleets and a pioneer in alternative fuels.

Mammoth Cave received one of twelve Pioneer Fleets of the Green Fleets of the Bluegrass Program awards at the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition winter meeting at Bernheim Forest. Each “pioneer” is working to improve the environmental performance of their vehicle fleets by reducing petroleum fuel use.

Mammoth Cave National Park is a Pioneer Member of the Green Fleets of the Bluegrass program. Mammoth Cave is the first national park in the country to utilize 100 percent alternative fuels and advanced technologies in their fleet. Biodiesel is used with all heavy duty equipment, including the Green River ferry boats. Low speed electric vehicles are utilized by campground staff, and all cave tour buses use propane. More than 90 percent of the vehicles used by Mammoth Cave run on either E10 or E85. The park partners with concessionaire Forever Resorts to enable both park and hotel vehicles to share the park's refueling station. Mammoth Cave is a member of the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition.



Ambassadors at NJE
Picture Featured:    December 20, 2011 Ambassadors at NJE
Ron Bowman sent us this photo and writes:
Ambassadors for the month of November from North Jackson Elementary. These are the students who exemplified Habit #3: “Put First Things First”

Front Row: Khloe Smith, Chance Miller, Braden Miller
Second Row: Breanna Leber, Riley Reed, Hadley Adams, Myles Roscoe, Sofia Zhindon, Dylan Durbin
Third Row: Alexis Todd, Safari Miller, Sarah Faith Hensley, Marion Biven, Jared Tunks, Cameron Hall, Principal Anthony Frazier
Fourth Row: Macy Pena, Hallie Beals, Courtney Haynes, Riley Essex, Merrick Coulter, Caleb Anderson
Absent from picture: Lucy Butler

Ron Bowman



School Administrators Travel to China
Picture Featured:    December 21, 2011 School Administrators Travel to China
Bill Walter sent us this photo and writes:
LOCAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS TRAVEL TO CHINA

(Glasgow, Kentucky) December 15, 2011 – There were literally thousands of bicyclists heading in all directions and dozens of cranes dotting the skylines as if to signal the country’s dramatic growth and prosperity. That was the first introduction to Chinese culture for a large contingent of U.S. school officials upon their arrival in Beijing, China last month.

Various sources report that someone in Kentucky traveling to China will cover over 7,000 miles and spend approximately 14 hours on an airplane in the process. With that piece of trivia planted firmly in the back of your mind, what would motivate someone from Kentucky to endure such a long journey? Well, if you spoke with Bo Matthews or Benny Lile, both administrators for the Barren County School District, located in, yes, you’ve got it –Kentucky, they would tell you they did it for the future of their district’s students.

“This was an opportunity of a lifetime,” said Matthews, who serves as the district’s superintendent. “Had it not been for Western Kentucky University’s Confucius Institute and The College Board, we never would have been able to go. This trip has been extremely beneficial to all of us as public school administrators from the United States because we will use what we’ve learned to benefit our students by strengthening their academic experience in school.”

“Yes, this was extremely beneficial to us professionally and very rewarding, personally,” said Lile, the district’s instructional supervisor and director over technology. “We were able to visit a large number of schools and observe teaching and learning. All of us have read the research and various journals and books regarding the Chinese approach to learning, but seeing it first-hand really makes it more meaningful and valuable to us as educators.”

Beyond cultural enrichment, the trip will also provide incentives and strategies for educators to return to the United States better able to support the growth of Chinese language and culture programs in their own districts. Chinese is the national language of the more than 1.3 billion inhabitants of China and millions more ethnic Chinese around the world.

(in the photo) - A large contingent of American public school administrators traveled to China recently to observe that country’s schools and experience its culture . Benny Lile (left), and Bo Matthews (far right), director of instruction and superintendent of schools, respectively, took a moment to pose for a photo with one of the students they met during their visit. Lile and Matthews are with the Barren County School District, a small rural public school system located in south central Kentucky.



Green Team/STLP
Picture Featured:    December 22, 2011 Green Team/STLP
Tammie Neal sent us these and writes:
(upper photo) This is Mattea Wyatt jr. beta reporter:

left front: Mattea Wyatt, Cassidy Davis, Skye Reece, Sawyer Shirley, and Micheal David Harbison.
Back row: Cody Graves, Cooper Manion, Isaac Decker, and Nick Thomas.
This is the Green Team that won an award for recycling at their school and saving energy.

(lower photo) Front row left: Cassidy Davis, Lydia Chambers, Briley Burks, and Hannah Clark
Second Row left: Julie Mohan, Mattea Wyatt, Adasyn Clarkson, and Hannah Doyle
Third Row left: Bo Matthews and Gracie Branham

These are the four groups that will be going to state STLP. This picture was taken with Barren County's Superintendent.

Tammie Neal
Red Cross Elementary



Honoring Cheryl Messenger
Picture Featured:    December 23, 2011 Honoring Cheryl Messenger
Vickie Carson sent us this photo and writes:
Cheryl Messenger, standing at the mouth of Mammoth Cave, received the NPS Freeman Tilden Award in November 2011 recognizing her as the top interpreter/educator in the Southeast Region of the NPS. Messenger is the director of environmental education at Mammoth Cave National Park.

Photo Credit: NPS Photo by Debra Spillman

(MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK – December 16, 2011) Mammoth Cave’s award winning environmental education program received further accolades in November when its leader, Cheryl Messenger, received the regional Freeman Tilden award, recognizing Messenger as the best interpreter in the Southeast Region of the National Park Service (NPS).

“I am not bragging when I say that Mammoth Cave’s environmental education program is second to none,” said Superintendent Patrick Reed. “Past honors seem to fuel Cheryl and her staff on to greater endeavors and deeper partnerships that bring unparalleled opportunities to teachers and students in south central Kentucky.”

The Freeman Tilden Award is an annual award recognizing outstanding public contributions in interpretation and visitor services by a NPS employee. Freeman Tilden, who wrote The National Parks, What They Mean to You and Me and Interpreting Our Heritage, greatly influenced the development of NPS interpretation and education programs.

By partnering with Western Kentucky University Education Department (WKU), Messenger received a National Park Foundation grant to initiate the largest inquiry-based outdoor learning training for education majors in the country. Focusing on students who are about to become teachers, it demonstrates the advantages of using outdoor settings and inquiry-based learning techniques to teach critical thinking skills in both science and social science subjects. Since the grant began two years ago, 400 WKU students have been immersed in the overnight, in-park learning experience.

“Very few teacher-education programs provide outdoor learning as part of their curriculum requirements for graduation,” said Reed. “This grant combines Western Kentucky University's goal to produce innovative and well trained teachers, with the park’s goal to connect people to the value and significance of Mammoth Cave through learning experiences.”

“Inquiry-based learning produces a sense of discovery as students seek answers to their own questions and interests,” explained Mike Adams, chief of interpretation at Mammoth Cave, who nominated Messenger for the award. "The process creates a powerful personal and intellectual connection to the park. We have been told by students that this was the most useful courses in their college career. Many students who were hesitant to participate have left enthused, anxious to bring their own classes to the park or use inquiry-based learning in other settings.”

Messenger and her staff also work with more than 30,000 K-12 students each year, both in the schools and all around the park.

Past honors received by Messenger and her staff include:
• Kentucky Association for Environmental Education 2011 state award winner for Excellence in Environmental Education;
• 2010 commendation from NPS Southeast Regional Director David Vela for "…outstanding work in EE with WKU, the NPS Geoscience Teachers-in-the-Park program, and in grant partnership efforts with the National Park Foundation";
• By Governor appointment, Messenger serves on the Kentucky Environmental Education Council (2006-present);
• With WKU, the Mammoth Cave environmental education program was awarded a $100,000 National Park Foundation grant in 2009;
• Messenger served on the "Master Plan for Environmental Education in Kentucky" task force in 2009;
• Messenger graduated from the inaugural class for "Kentucky State Environmental Education Non-Formal Certification" program in 2004;
• Mammoth Cave’s environmental education program is a 21st Century Learning Center partner with Barren County Schools and Caverna Independent Schools.

- NPS -



Dr. Paul York, Sr.
Picture Featured:    December 24, 2011 Dr. Paul York, Sr.
Winston Nunn sent us this photo and writes:
This is a photo of my father-in-law, Dr. Paul S. York, Sr. He was a Major in the US Army in World War II, when this was taken. On the photo is written, "working in the field." The patient is unidentified.


Christmas Tree
Picture Featured:    December 25, 2011 Christmas Tree
Bill Bucher sent us this photo and writes:
Bill:
For the past several years various small road-side cedar trees in the stretch of Highway 31-W just north of Park City have mysteriously been trimmed out for Christmas. This year's version is only about two feet tall and can barely support the decorations. It is located on the south side of the road across from the Southern States feed mill.

Bill Bucher
Park City



Some of the Square's Artwork
Picture Featured:    December 26, 2011 Some of the Square
James Clouse sent us this photo and writes:
Some of the Square’s artwork.

Regards,
James



Gen. Russell Dougherty
Picture Featured:    December 27, 2011 Gen. Russell Dougherty
Winston Nunn sent us this photo and writes:
This is a photo I ran across of Gen. Russell E. Dougherty, probably taken in Arizona. The general was born in Glasgow and grew up around St. Mary's Court. He attended WKU and U of L, becoming an attorney. He also served as commander in chief of the Air Force's Strategic Air Command. A biography of his many outstanding accomplishments is available here (note the Santa on the wall behind him).


Greetings!
Picture Featured:    December 28, 2011 Greetings!
Mike Padgett sent us this photo and writes:
A family greeting from the Padgett's...

Charles Padgett



What a Christmas Story!
Picture Featured:    December 29, 2011 What a Christmas Story!
Ann Stewart sent us this photo and writes:
Jackson "Ralphie" Williams spent the holidays with his family in Glasgow. He is the two-year-old son of Lisa & Clifton Paul Williams and the grandson of Clifton Taylor Williams. Ralphie is wearing his granddad's reading glasses. What a "Christmas Story!"

Ann Stewart
Director of Marketing
Glasgow-Barren County Tourist Commission Glasgow-Barren Chamber of Commerce



EPB Employees Honored
Picture Featured:    December 30, 2011 EPB Employees Honored
At a recent meeting of the Glasgow Electric Plant Board, several employees were honored for completing training through TVPPA (the Tennessee Valley Public Power Association) and others were honored for their years of service to the people of Glasgow.

In the upper photo, employees receiving awards were (L to R): Josh Francis (Certified Power Supervisor), Wade England (Certified Power Supervisor), Eddie Russell (Certified Power Supervisor), Shelia Foster (Certificate of Customer Service), Eric Bruton (Certified Power Supervisor), Kathy Carrico (Certified Utility Accountant) and Melanie Reed (Certified Utility Accountant).

In the lower photo are employees honored for years of service (also L to R): Roscoe Peden (15 years), Shelia Hogue (20 years), Josh Francis (10 years), Amy Hall (10 years), Chris Smith (10 years), Scotty Norris (10 years), Mike Pruitt (10 years), Todd Barbour (20 years), Noah Chambers (5 years) and Tobe Morgan (5 years). Trigg Perkins (5 years) is absent from the photo - he was on call and responding to customers.

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