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Kindergarten students attend play in Indiana

Bardstown


Snow dusted the rooftops last week. Temperatures dipped into the upper teens.

A few of the kindergarten classes combined to go on a field trip to the Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville, Ind., to see “Frosty’s Magic Hat”.

The Nelson County Public Library is offered a workshop on Thursdays titled “Write Your Life Story”.

A flu clinic was set up at the Bardstown Middle School on Nov. 14.

On Nov. 22, the New Beginnings Baptist Church held its Thanksgiving dinner and fellowship.

Samantha and Johnathon Gaffney have moved to their new location out in the country-style setting of Plum Run Road. Sam moved to be closer to her parents. She and Johnathon were married Oct. 25.

Prayer requests this week are Judy Branham, Joe Durbin, Alvie Sorrell, Mary Miller, Marty Simpson, Dominic Ceuvas, Jeff Lester, Jim Hardesty, Julie Rummage, Jeff Rummage, Rudy Brothers, June Clark, Raven Hall, Laurie Henson, and the family of Mary Hardin, 93, who died recently.

Gas managed to drop to $1.79 a gallon last week. We were all happy to see that happen. Kroger customers who had shopped with their frequent shopper card get 10 cents off the gallon per $100 spent at the grocery store. So they paid only $1.69 per gallon for their gasoline.

All the stores are filled with Christmas items, decorations and gift ideas. Each day someone else has put up their lights. The kids got their wish and our Christmas tree went up on Sunday after we got home from church.

Since the outdoors has gotten so chilly, I suppose early outdoor decorations were a good idea because nobody wants to freeze like we have been lately.

This week it is suppose to be 15 degrees on the coldest night of the week.

The Bardstown City Schools will be out for Thanksgiving from the 26th through the 28th. The Bardstown Schools PTO have sent the kids home with a gourmet coffee fund-raiser as well as middle school students with another fine foods fundraiser. They sure know how to keep kids and parents busy. Top sellers at Bardstown Middle School will get a chance at winning a Nintendo Wii.

For any of my interested customers, I do have my Mary Kay gift sets shrink-wrapped and ready for purchase priced from $200 to $10 if you can build your own for that special person. Shipping is free through my website and items are gift wrapped for free. That website is www.marykay.com/Lrayburn.

That’s all the news for this week. God bless you abundantly.


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