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Clubs & Organizations

  • Relay for Cuteness Contest

    Think you have the cutest baby or pet around? 

    The Era is sponsoring a contest to raise funds for Relay For Life.

    Winning babies will be selected in two age categories: birth to 1 year and under 3 years old. All pets are eligible.

    Each entry costs $5 and can be dropped off or mailed to The Era. We prefer emailed photos; however, payment will need to be sent seperately. 

  • Concert series complements New Harmonies exhibit

    The Oldham County History Center will host New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music March 1 through April 21.

    This exhibit is part of the Museum on Main Streets program that is a partnership between the Kentucky Humanities Council and the Smithsonian Institute.  

    New Harmonies is a cultural history of America’s musical landscape. It’s the story of a diverse assortment of people interacting with a new world, where cultures and customs met, mixed, mingled and created new sounds.  

  • Gee to speak at leadership event

    In honor of International Womens Day and Kentucky Women’s History month, the Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a one-day women’s leadership conference.

    The event will provide a wealth of knowledge in areas that affect personal and professional development. Women who attend will have the opportunity to network and interact with other business women in our area. 

  • Autism Center serves adults in a child-centered industry

    A new project by Apple Patch is providing unique opportunities for adults with autism.

    The Autism Center at Apple Patch opened in early January in Crestwood Station and is at 50 percent capacity already, said Joe Spoelker, director of development and marketing.

  • Local non-profit arms residents with basic computer skills

    An Oldham County group is working to not only provide technology education, but provide a networking resource for technology-minded people.

    Oldham County Technology Advancement Network Enterprise — known as OCTANE — started about eight years ago as an offshoot of Oldham Chamber and Economic Development, said founder Beach Craigmyle.

    It was a special-interest group within the chamber, with Oldham County Online owner Lambert Franklin an early supporter.

  • Republican women host holiday luncheon

    The Oldham County Republican Woman’s Club’s annual Christmas potluck luncheon took place at the home of Mary Broecker.
    Club officers from left, Jimmie Spratlin, Theresa Falke, Debby Pate, Audrey Rasmusson, Shari Broecker. President Mary Broecker is in the center.

  • Local veterans participate in Massing of the Colors

    Oldham County Post 39 of The American Legion participated in the 2011 Massing of the Colors and Veterans Day Parade in Louisville on Friday.

    Gene Crady, carries the U. S. Flag; Chester Fust, carries the American Legion flag; and Howard Griffin (in his Master Sergeant uniform) carries the Prisoner of War flag.

  • Girl Scouts Kentuckiana launches redesigned website

    This week Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana launched a significant redesign of its website, gskentuckiana.org. The redesign includes a streamlined homepage, as well as a stronger focus on using new content management tools to keep information up-to-date.

  • Supermom empowers parents of teenagers

    One mother is setting the stage for a national campaign to help parents raise incredible teenagers.
    The Project Guild of La Grange selected Jean Schumm as grand marshal of the Oldham County Day Parade. Schumm is the founder and heartbeat of Operation: Parent.

  • Event promotes the needs of neglected children

    Sneakers and gym shorts were the appropriate attire for Saturday’s first CASA of the River Region walk in Oldham County.
    With more than 40 participants offering a $25 donation, Executive Director Kathy Martin said she was pleased with the number of people who opted to walk for the cause of abused and neglected children.