At a meeting of the Elizabethtown City Council held last night, Mayor Jeff Gregory of Elizabethtown, Mayor Pam Ogden of Vine Grove, and Mayor JJ Duvall of Radcliff joined together to announce November 24th will be designated Quicksie Day in their cities. WQXE will be turning 50 years old on November 24th, and was recently recognized by Judge Executive Harry Berry, and given the honor of being named Station of the Year from the Kentucky Broadcaster’s Association.
The second reading of an ordinance relating to fees and regulations for food trucks at city events took place at the Elizabethtown City Council last night. The ordinance dictates that trucks setting up must pay a $250 fee to do so. Also noted at the meeting were exemptions that could excuse trucks from the fees, including one time set-ups. The full ordinance can be viewed at elizabethtownky.org.
The public is invited to a special memorial event at Freeman Lake next Tuesday, November 12th at 4 PM. There will be a bench dedicated near the Lions Pavilion to Subash Ghale, who was shot and killed at the Elizabethtown T-Mart earlier this year. The event will provide refreshments and domestic violence information from Springhaven.
Fort Knox will be holding a Turkey Shoot Golf Scramble this weekend as golf season is coming to a close. The start of the event is Saturday at 10 AM. Cost is $35 for non-members and $25 for members. Registration is due by Friday, November 8th. More information can be found at knox.armymwr.com.
Fort Knox will be holding a special concert featuring Maddie and Tae this Friday at 8PM in the Waybur Theater as part of the Women Rock the Forts Tour. Tickets are $25 in advance, and $35 on the day of the show. Tickets are extremely limited. More information can be found at knox.armymwr.com.