A golf scramble benefiting the military will take place this Friday on Fort Knox. Registration is at the lindsay golf course, if you are active duty below E6 or reserved you pay a flat $40 for early sign up or $45 for day of sign up. If you are E6 or above or a civilian you pay $65 for early sign up and $70 for day of. Proceeds will go to help the soldiers and their families.
According to the Nelson County Sheriffs Office, 56 year old Stephen Haynies held his girlfriend and two others against their will for several hours in a bathroom on Memorial day. This led to Hayines allegedly shooting his his girlfriend in the leg. He was then arrested and charged with 1st degree assault and domestic violence. The investigation is still ongoing.
A staple of Elizabethtown is making a comeback. The Charles B. Logsdon historic downtown walking tour will be brought back for its 33rd year. Starting this Thursday, June 3rd, at 7 pm and continuing every Thursday up until September you can learn more about the history of Elizabethtown. The tour was canceled last year due to Covid. For more information visit touretown.com
A free community event sponsored by Abundant Life Church is happening this weekend in Radcliff. Starting Friday at 6:30 and going until Sunday nightly in the Ollie’s parking lot there will be food, live music, and giveaways. Minister of Abundant Life Church, Stacy Bonet, says that she hopes this brings hope back into the community. For more information visit ALCKY.com
Over a year ago, Singer/Songwriter, Tamara Stewart collaborated with the residents of the Radcliff Veterans Center to produce ‘Lest We Forget’ and album inspired by and co-written by our own veterans. Another concert to benefit these veterans is being planned for 2021 at the State Theater.
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Leitchfield is holding a series of concerts at their East Main Market happening the fourth Friday of each month. The first one happens this Friday. Danielle Yearardi talked to Eric and Jodie about it.
Col CJ King came to bring the party this morning, or at least news of the block party coming to Ft. Knox in June, plus final details for the Memorial Day remembrances happening on post.