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Today's Features

  • What’s Happening is intended for publicizing public meetings, notices, non-profit and events that are free to the community. The Spencer Magnet will make every effort to run announcements that meet our guidelines at least once, but will not guarantee publication. Announcements will be published as space is available.

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    Chamber

    meeting tomorrow

  • River View Baptist Church car show and fish fry

    River View Baptist Church, located on Hwy - 31E between Mount Washington and High Grove will be holding their 4th annual car show and fish fry Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Registration for the car show is from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Entry fee is $10. Dash plaques will be given out to the first 50, plus trophies. Come for food, music, and fun. All proceeds to benefit church missions. For more information contact Steve Chesser at 502-538-9526.

    Urban Missionaries at Big Spring

    Assembly of God

  • Emily Booth, a ninth grader at Spencer County High School, had a fair to remember. 

    She and her horse, Tiny’s Shoot Luke Two, scored big at the KY State Fair Quarter Horse Show held the first week of August. 

    Riding her horse, Tiny, Emily competed and won first place in the youth barrel racing competition and also placed among the top 5 in the Women’s Barrel Racing Finals Event. 

    Emily and her horse, Tiny, have become quite a team to beat at the fair. They have been winning and placing as a team for the past 6 years. 

  • Lighthouse Baptist Church has put plans into motion for a new addition and renovation project after raising $125,000 in donations and pledges at a recent banquet.

    Pastor Patrick Nix said that plans call for a 5,000 square foot, two-story addition that would contain primarily educational facilities, along with a fellowship hall and a small gym.

  • Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

    Magnet on the move – Brad and Beth Hardy, of Taylorsville, took a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in August and took The Spencer Magnet along on their journey.  Beth Hardy said everyday was an adventure from diving in the ocean to zip lining through the jungle. They even caught an 8-foot, 120 lb.  sailfish. We’d love to see your Magnet on the move. Send to editor@spencermagnet.com.

     

  • Fall is the perfect time for farmers and homeowners to check their soils to determine acidity. A simple pH test can help determine if the soil needs a lime application to counteract acidity. Although soil testing may sound too complicated and scientific, it’s one of the easiest things a farmer can do to keep his soils in optimum shape.

  • Sir George the gourd dragon has valiantly earned his ivory-haired creator the title of best artisan in the land – or, at the very least, Best in Show at the 2009 All About Gourds exhibit in Maysville.

    “I was hoping that maybe he would win best fantasy character,” said Lois Platt, of Taylorsville. But after discovering that she won the top prize, “You could have knocked me over with a feather.”

  • Yard Sale at First Baptist

    The youth at First Baptist Church will hold their annual yard sale Saturday. Items include clothing (all sizes), miscellaneous household items, holiday decorations, toys, electronics, furniture, and many more treasures. Sale hours will be from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. with super discounts starting at noon. Proceeds from the yard sale will be used to fund the youth trip to Centrifuge.

    Lighthouse Baptist New Fall Schedule

  • What’s Happening is intended for publicizing public meetings, notices, non-profit and events that are free to the community. The Spencer Magnet will make every effort to run announcements that meet our guidelines at least once, but will not guarantee publication. Announcements will be published as space is available.

    Absentee machine for Wet/Dry vote now open

  • Ragweed is a common foe both to allergy sufferers and to crop producers. In late summer, people can suffer allergic reactions associated with plant pollens, often ragweed plants. Ragweed also has the potential to severely interfere with crop production and greatly reduce crop yield.