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  • TCMS Beta Club visits Rotary

    By CHARLES LISTON
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    The past several years Bedford Rotary Club has been treated with visitations from Trimble County Middle School Beta Club members, along with their sponsor/teacher, Crystal Harris. The Beta Club is an honor society of students who maintain A and B averages in classes, and carry out projects in academics and crafts. Club members must also provide at least 10 hours of community service annually. Service projects may include trash pick-up, work for teachers, prom assistance, and church volunteering, among others.  

  • Trimble County Adult Education planning busy schedule of spring activities

    By ANGELA STETHEN
    Trimble County Adult Education

  • CARES for Life 5K a ‘success’

    By DAISY TOPPETT
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    Saturday, April 16, Trimble CARES Coalition partnered with Mike Baird, Trimble County Cross Country Head Coach, Brent Taylor and Lindsay Taylor to host the first ever CARES For Life 5K Walk/Run in the city of Bedford. The event was a huge success.

  • Milton swap meet planned May 7-8

    The Spring Animal Swap Meet & Flea Market will be held Saturday, May 7, and Sunday, May 8, 2016 at Milton City Park, Hwy 36, Milton, KY. Lot space is $20.00 per seller per space. For info contact Ernie Mack 502-268-3152 or Sue Craig 502-268-5224. Crafts, animals, antiques, tools, jewelry, lots of miscellaneous items will be available for sale or trade.

  • Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting set Wednesday, May 18

    The Trimble County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) will meet at the Trimble County Extension Office on Wednesday, May 18, at 5:30 p.m.
    “We really need to try to have all of our utility companies that provide services in the county present at the meeting to review and discuss the types of chemicals and quantities you have on hand,” Shannon R. Hoskins, Trimble Co. LEPC, chairperson said.
    Other items on the agenda include: Upcoming table-top training exercise and Volunteer Drive.

  • Rotary seeks ‘Citizen of the Year’ nominees

    Each year the Bedford Rotary Club solicits nominations for its “Citizen of the Year” award, from Trimble County residents. This award is given to an individual who has demonstrated non-paying “service above self” activities benefiting various Trimble County programs and organizations.  

  • Bedford Rotary Club serving lunch at the courthouse Tuesday, May 10

    Spring is here and the Bedford Rotary lunch wagon begins the monthly lunch program at the courthouse for 2016! Mark your calendars for this for May 10, and come purchase our lunches during 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Relax in the shade around our tables, and have fun talking with many of the Bedford folks. It is a great way to spend a delightful noontime period. If the weather is really bad, we will have a follow-up date well advertised on the trailer and in the papers.

  • The Wedding Barn @ The Lazy Daisy Farm opens in Trimble

    By TEENA DRAKE
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    It may be common knowledge to many people, but I had never heard of a wedding barn, until I met Kelly Nichols. A new business in Milton has opened. Their mission is to provide a unique place for new budding love to tie the knot, in a barn. Before the grand tour my first thought was a rustic barn, dirt floors and a few tractors sitting around. However, the scene was quite the contrary. Instead the barn is decorated in a beautiful delicate manner to create a perfect country wedding.

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  • Chiropractor addresses Rotarians

    By CHARLES LISTON
    Special to The Trimble Banner
    During the April 12 meeting of the Bedford Rotary Club, chiropractor Cody Taylor provided convincing evidence how regular checkups with qualified chiropractors can lead to healthier living.