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Around Knox

  • 84th TC hosts first Unit Ministry Team workshop, collaboration a focus point

    “If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me fast.”

  • Healthy boundaries needed in relationships

    During Teen Dating Violence Month, Army Community Service would like to remind teens that setting healthy boundaries in relationships means figuring out your own boundaries. Boundaries help you define what you are comfortable with and how you would like to be treated by others. They apply to any kind of relationship you have—and remember, violence is not ok, in any relationship. To find out more visit www.loveisrespect.org, or contact the Fort Knox ACS offices at (502) 624-2635.

  • Hardin County Schools asks for feedback for superintendent search

    There is a survey on the Hardin County Schools website (www.hardin.kyschools.us) that asks the community to provide feedback for the superintendent search process.

  • SCH PG - ECTC lovesongs w/photo

    JACQUELINE HAWKINS—SOPRANO—AND KEVIN SHANK—ON GUITAR—WILL OFFER a free concert titled “Love Songs?” March 3, at 7 p.m. in the Atrium of the RPC Building on Elizabethtown Community and Technical College campus. The concert will feature selections by John Dowland, Mauro Giuliani, Fernando Sor, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The question mark in the title is there because many of the selections tell of unrequited love, love lost, and seduction. The concert will last about an hour and there will be a free reception to follow.
    For more information contact either Jacqueline Hawkins
    (270) 706-8538, or Kevin Shank (270) 706-8495.

  • ECTC, Restoration Worship Center hosting college information fair Sunday

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will partner with Restoration Worship Center Sunday to host a college information fair and sessions for prospective college students and families. ECTC experts including financial aid, admissions, academic advisors and more will answer your questions. All participants are eligible for a free ACT preparation workshop. The college fair is free and open to anyone interested in higher education.

  • Fort Knox Community Schools

    FKCS seeking parent for Board of Education

  • Red Ball Express and the unsung heros of WWII \ Predominantly African-American unit saves Europe, aids Allies

    “It was dusk, somewhere in France in the autumn of 1944. A Jeep carrying a first lieutenant in charge of a platoon of trucks crested a hill. Instinctively, the young officer scanned the horizon for enemy aircraft that sometimes swooped in low for strafing runs. The skies were empty. But as far as the eye could see, ahead and to the rear, the descending night was pierced by specks of white and red light–cat eyes, the blackout running lights of hundreds of trucks that snaked along the highway.”

  • Foster Care Review Boards seeking volunteers

    Citizen Foster
    Care Review Boards in 22 counties are seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children in foster care. The boards are in need of volunteers to review cases of children placed in foster care because of dependency, neglect or abuse to ensure they are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.

  • Fort Knox AER campaign kicks off March 1

    Fort Knox Annual Army Emergency Relief Campaign officially kicks off March 1 and will run through May 15. Active duty Soldiers and retirees will be given the opportunity to contribute over the course of the next few months through their units or organizations. Retirees should also receive an invitation to contribute through the mail. The campaign goal is not only a concerted effort to raise money, but to increase awareness about AER. Fort Knox AER section wants to ensure that AER information is out to Soldiers, retirees and Family members so that they may know of the emergency financial assistance available to them, and have the opportunity to support the AER campaign.

  • Deductions, credits lower total income taxes

    So far this tax season, well over a thousand Soldiers, retirees, and Family members have come to the Tax Center to have their taxes prepared and filed. Some have been entitled to refunds and some have owed money. But there is one thing that all taxpayers have in common: all of them have taken deductions.