During the COVID 19 outbreak Hardin County Schools has been offering free lunches to students. The schools have also been providing lunches to senior citizens in our community. The schools can’t legally provide these lunches for free. They have also run out of money and volunteers to deliver these lunches. John Wright from Hardin County Schools explains the current situation and provides information on how you can help out.
Heather Jones organizer for St. Baldrick’s talks about all the upcoming events including the Downtown Shavedown. You can be a hero for kids with cancer! Whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer, or donate, you’ll be giving hope to infants, children, teens and young adults fighting childhood cancers! The Downtown Shavedown is March 21st from 4 to 6:30 pm at The Historic State Theater Complex in downtown Elizabethtown.
Justice for Alzheimer’s 5K is a student led race created by the Hardin County Teen Court Students March 7th at 8 am at the Elizabethtown Sports Complex. https://runsignup.com/Race/KY/Elizabethtown/JusticeForAlzheimers5K
Lake City, South Carolina native Samuel Wilco currently stationed at Fort Knox as an instructor at the Army’s recruiting college is now stationed on the set of NBC’s The Voice. Monday night Wilco’s version of Stevie Wonder’s “Lately” had coaches Kelly Clarkson and Nick Jonas clambering for his talent. Wilco ended up choosing team Nick because his kids are big fans.
Adam interviews Congressman Brett Guthrie about the opening of the new health clinic at Fort Knox. Congressman Guthrie also shares his thoughts on the impeachment, heath care, prescription drug and Alzheimer’s disease. Congressman Guthrie also talks about the National Defense Act.