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Clubs & Organizations

  • Conservation banquet honors students, landowners

    The Oldham County Conservation District’s 33rd Annual Awards Banquet was held on Feb. 6 at John Black Community Center.

    The winner of the Jim Claypool Art Contest, chosen out of 895 entries, was Brittany Smith from Buckner Elementary School. Ben Beyerle from Crestwood Elementary School was the county runner-up.

    Chosen from 270 entries, the winner of the Conservation Writing Contest was Sophia Biagi from St. Aloysius School. Sidney Salvadalena from East Oldham Middle School was the county runner-up.

  • Christian conference for mothers
  • Community briefs Feb. 27

    Lion’s Fish Fry

    The North Oldham Lions Club will begin hosting Friday night fish frys on March 7 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Fish fry dinners will take place March 14, 21, 28 and April 4 and 11. Featuring Chef Kim from Sullivan’s Culinary Arts Program, all dinners will be served with your choice of fries or onion rings, white or rye bread, two hush puppies and homemade slaw. Drive- thru, carry out and dine in options will be available on US Hwy 42 at KY 1793.

    Free tax prep

  • Students of the month honored

    The South Oldham Rotary Club had the pleasure of honoring the South Oldham Rotary January Students of the Month at their Jan. 10 meeting.

  • Dennis named best of show

    Artist, Vicki Byrum Dennis’ watercolor painting, “Daylily in Red” took Best of Show award at the Arts Association of Oldham County’s second annual Red Show at Gallery 104 in La Grange. Show judge Jim Cheski described Byrum Dennis’ piece.

    “It appealed to me the moment I walked into the gallery to judge the Red Show. It is a very bright, nicely painted watercolor featuring a delicate muted red day lily with overlapping washes of color that remained intense and clean. Artistic interpretation and technical execution are excellent.”

  • Dancing the night away
  • Volunteers needed for Hosparus

    Hosparus seeks volunteers in Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties to provide patient support, administrative duties, event support, hair care and massage therapy. The non-profit hospice organization will offer free trainings at its main Louisville campus, 3532 Ephraim McDowell Dr.

    1. Administrative/Event Support (separate trainings)

    11:30 a.m. – 1 p. m., Thursday, February 27

    9 – 10:30 a.m., Thursday, March 27

    3 – 4:30 p.m., Thursday, April 24

  • Community briefs Feb. 20

    Animal Attraction

    The Arts Association of Oldham County is calling artists to enter the fourth annual Animal Attraction Show at Gallery 104, La Grange, March 25- May 10. A juried, multi-media show featuring your pet or favorite animal.

    Entry deadline - Monday, March 10

    Notifications sent Wednesday, March 19

    Delivery of work: Saturday, March 22 (1-4 p.m.) Awards Reception, March 27 (6-8 p.m.)Pick up work Saturday, May 10 (1-4 p.m.). Cash Prizes.

    Dance Studio

  • Historical Society looks to improve

    The Oldham County Historical Society came into existence with a strong purpose to “preserve, collect and convey the history of Oldham County by telling the story of its people and the events that shaped its development, using the objects and artifacts that illustrate and symbolize that history.”

  • Community briefs Feb. 13

    Appraisal Fair

    Let local expert appraiser Mike Brown help you uncover what your treasures are worth. Brown will be holding an Appraisal Fair for the Oldham County History Center on Sat., Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Rob Morris Educational Building on the History Center campus in La Grange.There is a $5 charge for each appraised item, limit of two items per person.

    History Tots