NOVEMBER 1992 PDF Print
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County Health Care Center, received the 1992 Facility Discipline Award for Social Services/Admissions at the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities Annual Awards Banquet.

*November 17 – Two Glasgow High teacher, Genette Burchett and Bernice Brown, gave demonstrations of the school’s Computer Local Area Network for “Business After Hours.” They demonstrated the capabilities of the library’s computer card catalog and the Keyboarding Lab which includes word processing and accounting.

*November 19 – TJ Samson Community Hospital honored employees for their continuous service.  Employees with 15 years were: Kathy Lewis, Imogene Shirley, Judy Brown, Vicki Perkins, Cindy Emmert, Teresa Forbis, Jimmy Bennett, Larry Marion, Jean Nunn, Sandy Lindsey, Myra Woods, Cathy Gill, Kassandra Pedigo, and Carolyn Martin. Employees with 10 years were: Lee Etta Miller, Creel Hatcher, Teresa Nelson, Alicia Goodman, Jane Meredith, Mary Jones, Tammy Carver, and Elaine Pierce.

*November 22 – Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at the Floral Tapestry located on Happy Valley Road in Glasgow. Owners Joseph and Pamela Garst were joined by friends, family, and local officials for the ribbon cutting. Other staff include Pat Garst, Patty Hughes, Liz Rascoe, and Jay Garner.

*November 22 – The Guardian Angels Child Care Center at 410 East College Street in Glasgow opened and is accepting children. The owners are Vickie Pirtle and Susan R. Jones who also serves as the center’s director. Wilma Redford is the dietician.

*November 25 – Jamie Pendygraft competed at Dayton Ohio in the Mid-East Cross Country Championships. The meet consisted of the top ten seniors from 6 states. Jamie placed 48th overall and was the 4th finisher on Team Kentucky with a time of 17:06.

*November 25 – Mrs. Opal Alexander of Glasgow was the winner of $1,100 Saturday in the Collier’s IGA Bankroll contest. She received her check from assistant manager Marshall Kirby.

*November 25 – Western Steaks has reopened under new management. Vela Hurt, her son Al Hurt and their family have assumed operation of the steak operation. Other family members include Brenda Hurt, Ronnie Hurt, and Jason Hurt.

November 29 – The American Cancer Society will hold their annual Christmas Tour of Homes Sunday, December 6. The homes include Maple Grove Bed and Breakfast Inn owned by the Frankle Family at 6100 North Jackson Highway, the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman (Sharon) Ballou on Old Munfordville Road, the home of Dr. And Mrs. William C. (Martha) Wells at 6990 Happy Valley Road, and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny (Marla) Basil at 1205 South Green Street.

November 30 – Happy Valley School held a poster contest to advertise their annual fundraiser, “Breakfast with Santa.” Winners were Ben Wells, Misty Houchens, Kaci Francis, Tasha Elmore, Shane Norrod, Kimberly Welborn, Andi Buss, Casey Manion, Lauren Haines, and Wes Wade.

 

 

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