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Today's Features

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    Mr. Jason Hahn and Mrs. Kimberly Coulter-Bennett are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Alexandrea Paige Hahn to Jarrad Lewis Mattingly.

    Jarrad is the son of Mr. Jerry Mattingly and Ms. Gail Cheatham, and is a resident of Taylorsville.

    Alexandrea is a 2013 graduate of Vermilion High School, and is currently a sophomore at Boyce, the College at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Alexandrea is employed by The Peoples Bank in Taylorsville.

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    The 2015 Spencer County Communications Day for 4-H was held Saturday, April 18, at the Spencer County Extension Office.

    It was a very successful morning filled with demonstrations, speeches and great talent acts in the variety show.

    The following 4-H members participated and all will be going on the Area Communications Day held on May 9 in Bullitt County.

    First and second place in the variety show get to represent Spencer County at the Area Communications Day.

  • The University of Kentucky Ag Equine Programs will host its annual Equine Farm and Facilities Expo from 3:30 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 2, at McPeek Racing’s Magdalena Farm in Lexington.

    Horse owners and farm managers will have the opportunity to walk through a vendor trade show and see a range of equipment and supplies for horse farms of all sizes. UK specialists will provide hands-on instruction about practical aspects of management for equine operations. There will also be farm tours.

  • Now is the time for young people and their parents to begin making plans for an annual summer ritual — 4-H Camp.
    4-H camps are open to all Kentucky youth between ages 9 and 13.

    Many exciting activities and adventures await campers. 4-H’ers can spend their days participating in activities such as swimming, canoeing, high and low ropes, archery, recreation games, dances, and nature hikes.

  • I have loved green beans ever since I grew Tenderette in the fifth grade for my 4-H project at Simpsonville Elementary. Now I primarily grow the filet types of green beans, or what many call French beans or haricots verts (green bean in French).

  • SCHS seniors are required to complete a senior project prior to graduating. This project requires them to mentor in their chosen career field, research a social issue also in that field, and complete a project that will impact that social issue. Some seniors have elected to write an article for The Spencer Magnet as a way to raise awareness on their social issue. Over the next couple of weeks seniors will be publishing these articles in The Spencer Magnet. Presented as written.

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  • Pictured are the March Writers of the Month at Taylorsville Elementary School. They are: Mary Beth Taylor, Madison Ware, Stephen Perry, Kali Coleman, Trish Vires, Sydney Druin, Jenna Moore, Keziah Davis, Alexis Biller, Dylan Hilbert, Ethan Sherrard, Alexis King, Anna Hall, Clyde Shiley, Audri Humphrey, Symphony Sharp, Taylor Miles, Chase Waldridge, Angie Pequeno, Josh Taylor, Kellen Marksbury, Ella Brown, Clara Booth, Francie Jackson, Macy Nation, Ian Kuhner, Jayden Hagan and Lance McCubbins.

  • Pictured are the March Great Students (9 Week’s GREAT) for Taylorsville Elementary School.

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    On April 21, the Spencer County FFA Farm Business Management team competed at the Western Kentucky University FFA Field Day. The team won first place in the contest that consisted of 12 other teams from across the state. Pictured are team members Zach Martin, Rachel Clark, Garrett Helm, and Zach Berry. The team members placed as the top four individuals with Berry being recognized as the overall high individual in the event. They will compete next at the state FFA convention held in June.

  • This morning as I was walking our dog, I noticed a lot of worms along the sidewalk and in the road. You’ve probably seen them from time to time too. Some of them are still wiggling a little, but many have sort of dried up. This morning I walked past one that was still moving a little and then I stopped. I went back and picked it up and tossed it in the grass thinking, “Well, at least that one will make it!”