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Elizabethtown City Council Work Session Includes Pickleball Courts and CASA Update

The Elizabethtown City Council met for a work session last night. Several department heads provided updates on projects. One project that is causing some excitement is the addition of 8 to 10 pickleball courts. “The city is really excited about several projects we have going on.  Specifically in our Parks and Rec Department, we have the pickleball courts. We’ve had a lot of people reach out to us about those and came and did a presentation. So, we’re glad the Council approved those and we’re hoping to have those start construction in the spring at the American Legion,” said Spokesperson Amy Inman. 
The City Council also heard from the new Executive Director for CASA of the Heartland, Michelle Kail. She provided an update on the work CASA accomplished last year. “So, we were able to serve 126 children in Hardin County with 52 volunteers, which totals to about 525 home visits and 1,250 hours of advocacy for children in our community.”
The next meeting of the Elizabethtown City Council will be on February 6. 

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