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Guide to Grayson County 2015 - Grayson County News Gazette
A Guide of
Grayson
County
Kentucky
Discover all the great things the county with twin lakes has to offer
2015-2016 A supplement to The Grayson County News-Gazette
2 2015
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
INSIDE
WELCOME
Leitchfield............................ 3
Caneyville............................. 4
Clarkson............................... 6
GOVERNMENT
Government..........................5
Non-emergency numbers....5
County Clerk’s Office..........12
Chamber of Commerce......13
Circuit Court Clerk.............. 14
QUICK FACTS....................... 9
DEMOGRAPHICS................10
ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT...................12
EDUCATION
Public Schools....................16
Leitchfield Christian
Academy............................ 20
St. Pauls School..................21
Post-Secondary................. 22
HEALTH
Twin Lakes Regional
Medical Center................... 24
COUNTY MAP.................... 28
TOURISM
Calendar of events..............31
Historical society............... 34
Lodging.............................. 36
Restaurants........................ 36
Attractions......................... 38
REAL ESTATE..................... 35
ORGANIZATIONS
Youth sports....................... 39
American Legion................ 54
CHURCHES........................ 44
SENIOR LIVING
Nursing homes...................51
Senior center..................... 52
INDEX OF ADVERTISERS..... 8
The City of Leitchfield hosts the annual Art
in the Park event in James D. Beville Park.
The City of Leitchfield has its very own
water park, Leitchfield Aquatic Center.
2015
The Leitchfield City Council meets in regular session
on the first and third Mondays of each month.
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On behalf of the City of Leitchfield, it is my pleasure to extend
a warm welcome to you and your
family. Leitchfield is located
in Grayson County, Kentucky
between Nolin Lake and Rough
River Lake. Leitchfield became
incorporated in 1866. Between
1812 and 1814, the first brick
house in the county was built,
which is known today as the Jack
Thomas house and is located in
Leitchfield. Jack Thomas was
appointed the first county clerk of
Grayson County when the county
was formed. The home has since
been placed on the National Register of Historical Record and is
a tourist attraction for the young
and old alike.
Leitchfield offers a thriving community with our many
industrial locations to provide
different professions and trades
to our residents and neighboring
communities. Leitchfield is also
proud to present the recently
opened Leitchfield Aquatic Center. The Aquatic Center offers
a 217,000-gallon pool complete
with a lazy river, slide, lap pool
and tot pools. Leitchfield is also
home to the Freedom and Fiddlin’
Festivals that are held in conjunction each July. The Fiddlin’
Festival is nationally sanctioned
and brings talent from all over
the United States to compete.
Leitchfield offers the small town
feel with progressive opportunities and is the perfect location to
settle down with a family or start
a business. We love Leitchfield
and know you will, too.
William H. Thomason
Mayor, City of Leitchfield
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
AGRICULTURE
County agriculture............. 40
4-H..................................... 42
Family and
Consumer Sciences........... 43
Welcome to LEITCHFIELD!
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WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
Welcome to Caneyville!
On behalf of the City of Caneyville and City Commissioners,
it is my pleasure to welcome you to Caneyville. Our City was
founded in 1840 just below the forks of Caney Creek, for whose
cane bottoms it was named. We are next to the Western Kentucky Parkway, as well as only 14 miles from Rough River State
Park. Our City is a small community with a big heart.
Currently, we have just completed a new ballfield complex,
including new playground equipment, as well as a new walking
trail for our community. We are remodeling our old Caneyville
High School, home of the 1962 and 1968 District and Regional
Basketball Champs, both teams representing our community in
the semi-finals, to serve as a community/wellness center. Each
April, the alumni meet at the school for a dinner and reunion, filling our small community with many happy memories. Local area
Church groups present an Easter Drama, working long hours
together for a wonderful presentation. Caneyville is home to the
annual Caneyville Community Fair and Homecoming in October.
The community works together with the Caneyville Community
Club each year to make this another special time for everyone.
Our local Bank of Caneyville hosts the annual Christmas tree
lighting, where students from our elementary school choir sing,
and Santa comes by to talk to all the children. We continue to
see citizens in our community step up and take on roles to beautify and grow our quaint little city.
We are proud that our city offers a committed Volunteer Fire
Department, as well as a full-time Police Officer. These individuals are called on all hours for many different reasons, and they
are always ready to serve our community. We are also very proud
of our K-5 Elementary School! Caneyville Elementary strives to
prepare the children for a bright future! Our City boasts of a rich
heritage. Many of our businesses have been serving our City for
many years. We hope you will visit often and long, and if you are
looking for a place to put down roots or start a business, you
have just found the perfect location. We love Caneyville and feel
you would, too! We welcome you to come join us!
James P. Embry
Mayor, City of Caneyville
The Caneyville City Commission meets in regular session on the
second Monday of each month.
The Caneyville City Commission has been renovating the old Caneyville
Graded and High School to make it a community/wellness center.
Government
Grayson County
Fiscal Court
The Grayson County Fiscal
Court meets the third Friday
of each month at 11 a.m.
Gary Logsdon, Judge
Executive
Tom Goff, Deputy Judge
Executive
Magistrates
Harold Johnson, District 1
Presto Gary, District 2
Bill Skaggs, District 3
Jason Dennis, District 4
Brad Brown, District 5
Curtis H. Wells, District 6
Leitchfield
City Hall
314 West White Oak Street
P.O. Box 398
Leitchfield, KY 42755
270-259-4034 Office
270-259-5858 Fax
Office Hours: MondayFriday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
City Council
The Leitchfield City Council
meets in regular session the
first and third Mondays of
each month at 6:00 p.m. at
Leitchfield City Hall. If the
regular meeting date falls on
a holiday, it will be the next
regular business day at 6:00
p.m. at Leitchfield City Hall.
William H. Thomason, Mayor
City Councilmembers:
Raymond “Tooty” Cottrell
William Dallas
Margie Decker
Margaret Fey
Harold Miller
Kelly Stevenson
Clarkson
106 Spring Street Clarkson,
KY 42726
270-242-6997 Office
270-242-2841 Fax
E-mail: [email protected]
net
The regular monthly
meeting of the Clarkson
City Commission is held
the second Monday of each
month at 6:00 pm CST at
Clarkson City Hall.
City Commission
Bonnie Henderson, Mayor
City Commissioners
Kay Gibson
Scotty Gore
Keith Higdon
Bob Vincent
Caneyville
104 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 69
Caneyville, KY 42721
270-879-9701 Office
270-879-3333 - Fax
Hours: Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Friday, 8:00
a.m.-4:00 p.m. Closed on
Thursday.
The regular monthly
meeting of the Caneyville
City Commission is held
the second Monday of each
month at 6:00 pm CST at
Caneyville City Hall.
City Commission
James P. Embry, Mayor
City Commissioners
Deborah Embry
Mike Geary
Scott Majors
Janice Minton
Non-Emergency Numbers
Grayson County
Administrative
270-259-0303
Grayson County Sheriff
270-259-3024
Ambulance (Grayson County
Emergency Medical Services)
270-259-9601
Anneta Volunteer Fire Dept.
270-242-3102
East Grayson County Volunteer Fire
270-242-0060
Falls of Rough Volunteer Fire Dept.
270-257-8200
Wax Volunteer Fire Dept.
270-242-4680
Clarkson
Clarkson Police Dept.
270-242-2841
Clarkson Volunteer Fire Dept.
270-242-3017
Caneyville
Caneyville Police Dept.
270-879-9701
Caneyville Volunteer Fire Dept.
270-879-4641
Leitchfield
Leitchfield Police Dept.
270-259-3850
Leitchfield Fire Dept.
270-259-6376
LeitchfieLd Pediatric cLinic, P.S.c.
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
60598984
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908 Wallace Ave, Ste 108, Leitchfield | 270-259-5641 | www.pediatricclinic.com
2015
Anthony Smith, DO; Tarek El-Masri; Joseph Lee MD;
Wendee Embry, PA-C; John Evans, MD
Caring for
infants,
children and
adolescents
in Leitchfield
and Grayson
County since
1976
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WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
Welcome TO CLARKSON!
Looking for a small town
filled with charm, history,
warm and friendly faces, and
lots of community pride? Look
no further than Clarkson.
Just north-east of Leitchfield, Clarkson is a gem of a
city that boasts an authentic
small-town, southern feel.
With unique locally-owned
restaurants, a beautiful park,
the hugely popular Honeyfest,
all the recreational opportunities of Lake Nolin, and quick
access to Elizabethtown,
Clarkson residents have found
the perfect spot to call home.
And though the city’s history runs deep, many of its
amenities are brand new.
Area students keep ahead of
the learning curve with the
beautiful new, technologicallyadvanced elementary school
which was recently built on
Millerstown Road.
Just down the street a new
community center and city
hall saw its grand opening late
last year. The center boasts
facilities for all sorts of gatherings in addition to offices
for city officials and the Chief
of Police. The building’s Redhawk Room is dedicated to
preserved memorabilia from
Clarkson’s school and even
features a beautifully-restored
section of the past school’s
gym floor as its centerpiece.
The town’s park plays host
to scores of little athletes
throughout the warmer
months and includes fun
playground equipment for
little ones and a beautiful
walking trail for the whole
family to enjoy.
Clarkson is also home to
Kelley Beekeeping Company,
a rapidly-expanding business
which has become an integral
part of the city and a great
source of pride. In honor of
the long local history with
beekeeping, the long-standing Honeyfest is held each
September, drawing in enormous crowds who enjoy an
exciting parade, live music,
carnival rides, and craft and
artisan booths of all sorts as
well as fun events like a pet
show, run for the honey and
cooking contest.
Clarkson officials work
hard to support local businesses and the hard-working
citizens who call it home.
Stop by City Hall today
to visit with Mayor Bonnie
Henderson, City Clerk Alicia
Hayes, and Chief of Police
Buck Meredith.
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Index of Advertisers
62 Service Center.................................................... 36
American Legion...................................................... 48
Bank of Clarkson.......................................................13
Beehive Homes of Grayson County........................ 54
Best Grocery............................................................. 17
Bluegrass Family Health.......................................... 25
Cash Express........................................................... 24
Clarkson Baptist Church......................................... 47
ECTC Leitchfield........................................................21
Farm & Home: Realty & Auction..... Inside Back Cover
Farm Bureau Insurance........................................... 53
Farmers Quality Meat.............................................. 39
Fort Knox Federal Credit Union............................... 37
GGS Sales and Service............................................ 39
Grayson County Extension Office............................. 9
Grayson County Library............................................19
Grayson County Board of Education........................ 11
Grayson County Detention Center...........................15
Grayson County Fiscal Court................................... 45
Key Oil........................................................Back Cover
Leitchfield Christian Academy................................ 35
Leitchfield City Tourism........................................... 43
Leitchfield Pediatric Center....................................... 5
Leitchfield Veterinary Clinic......................................41
Lendmark Financial Service.................................... 42
Linda’s Hair Studio...................................................51
Martha Duvall - Remax............................................ 30
Mykas Gifts.............................................................. 24
Nash Car.................................................................. 36
Plastikon................................................................... 17
Real Deal Realty....................................................... 27
Redneck Ranch Restaurant..................................... 37
Renegade Marine..................................................... 49
Risner’s Hardware......................................................7
Rough River Dam Resort......................................... 20
Shaggy Dog Pet Grooming...................................... 42
Shelter Insurance.................................................... 46
State Farm - Carter Harrell...................................... 25
State Farm - Dale Woosley....................................... 24
Stevenson’s Service Center.................................... 33
Tangled Salon...........................................................51
T-Shirt Express......................................................... 47
Tom Baxter Real Estate........................................... 42
Twin Lakes Family Dental......................................... 36
Twin Lakes Home Health......................................... 20
Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center....... Inside Cover
Whoop-De-Doo Designs.......................................... 24
Wright Implement Co..................................................7
Quick Facts
Gross Domestic
Product Per Wage, 2014
Kentucky $2.32
U.S. $2.33
Unemployment Rate 2014
Grayson County 8.5%
Labor Market Area 6.5%
U.S. 6.2%
Industrial Electric
Cost Per KWH, 2012
Kentucky $0.0535
U.S. $0.0667
Average Weekly Wage 2013
Grayson County $581
Labor Market Area $672
U.S. $957
Grayson County
Statistical Summary
Population 2013
Grayson County 25,997
Labor Market Area 357,102
Percent of U.S. Within 600
Miles of Grayson County
Population 45%
Personal Income 55%
Retail Sales 42%
Manufacturing Employment
52%
Grayson County
Per Capita Income 2012 $27,286
Median Household Income 2012
$35,126
Median Home Price 2013
$72,000
Total Available Labor 2012
Grayson County 1,803
Labor Market Area 17,272
Highway Distance to
Selected Market Centers
City - Miles
1. Atlanta, GA - 364
2. Baltimore, MD - 650
3. Birmingham, AL - 310
4. Boston, MA - 1,028
5. Buffalo, NY - 611
6. Charlotte, NC - 481
Did You Know?
In 1798, George Washington
purchased 5,000 acres in
Grayson County.
7. Chicago, IL - 372
8. Cincinnati, OH - 178
9. Cleveland, OH - 424
10. Columbus, OH - 284
11. Dallas, TX - 751
12. Detroit, MI - 440
13. Houston, TX - 873
14. Indianapolis, IN - 191
15. Jacksonville, FL - 712
16. Kansas City, MO - 515
17. Lexington, KY - 116
18. Louisville, KY - 75
19. Memphis, TN - 305
20. Minneapolis, MN - 779
21. Nashville, TN - 120
22. New Orleans, LA - 650
23. New York, NY - 819
24. Norfolk, VA - 689
25. Oklahoma City, OK - 767
26. Omaha, NE - 706
27. Philadelphia, PA - 746
28. Pittsburgh, PA - 465
29. St. Louis, MO - 273
30. Wichita, KS - 712
Population Source: U.S. Census
Bureau, Population Division,
2008 population estimate
Personal Income Source: 2007
Regional Economic Accounts,
Bureau of Economic Analysis
(BEA), US Dept of Commerce
Retail Sales Source: 2002
Economic Census, US Census
Bureau
Manufacturing Employment
Source: 2007 County Business
Patterns, US Census Bureau
Highway Distance Source: ESRI
Arcview StreetMap, 2007
Cooperative Extension Service
123 Commerce Drive, Leitchfield, KY 42754
website: www.graysonext.org
Agriculture &
Natural Resources
Whitney Carman
Support Staff
Susan Martin
Susan Coe
AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES • FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES
4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT • RURAL & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
2015
Family & Consumer
Sciences
Natalie Taul
4-H Youth
Development
Kindra Ewing Jones
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Demographics
Total Population
20092010
2011
2012 2013
Labor Market Area.........344,459................ 352,100......................354,425........................ 354,759...................... 357,102
Grayson County............... 25,581.................. 25,805........................25,867.......................... 25,891....................... 25,997
Leitchfield.......................... 6,537.....................6,720.......................... 6,774............................ 6,790..........................6,827
Clarkson................................838........................877............................. 881...............................884............................ 892
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Annual Estimates.
Population by Selected Age Groups, 2013
Grayson County
Labor Market Area
NumberPercent Number
Percent
Under 16.............................5,397...................... 20.8.........................76,487...............................21.4
16-24................................. 2,846...................... 10.9.........................41,786............................... 11.7
25-44................................. 6,349...................... 24.4........................ 90,372.............................. 25.3
45-64................................. 7,253.......................27.9........................ 98,554...............................27.6
65-84.................................3,739.......................14.4.........................44,719...............................12.5
85 and older.......................... 413.........................1.6...........................5,184.................................1.5
Median Age......................... 40.2......................................................... 38.3......................................
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2013
Grayson County
Labor Market Area
NumberPercent NumberPercent
White............................................................. 25,287............................ 97.3........................325,705.............................91.2
Black...................................................................301.............................. 1.2........................... 19,514.............................. 5.5
Am. Indian and Alaska Native.............................. 62..............................0.2.............................1,276.............................. 0.4
Asian..................................................................... 71..............................0.3............................ 3,422...............................1.0
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander...........6............................. 0.0............................... 495...............................0.1
Other/Multi-race............................................... 270.............................. 1.0............................6,690...............................1.9
Hispanic Origin.................................................. 309.............................. 1.2.......................... 10,908............................... 3.1
Note: Hispanic is not a race category. A person can be white, black, etc. and be of Hispanic origin.
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
Population Projections
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WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
20152020 20252030
Grayson County.............................................26,476........................27,048...........................27,465.........................27,703
Source: Kentucky State Data Center, University of Louisville.
Personal Income
2007
2012
Percent Change
Grayson County................................................... $22,313.................................. $27,286.................................. 22.3%
Kentucky...............................................................$31,691..................................$35,643...................................12.5%
U.S....................................................................... $39,804..................................$43,735.................................... 9.9%
Labor Market Area Range.....................$21,925-$33,943...................$26,371-$39,098
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Households
2012
Number of Households
Persons Per Household
Median Household Income
Grayson County.............9,945.........................................2.56..............................................$35,126
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. (Median Household Income)
Kentucky State Data Center, University of Louisville (Number of Households, Persons Per Household).
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
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Economic Development
In Grayson County, the
building and growing of business truly is a community
effort.
Guided by the Leitchfield/
Grayson County Industrial
Development Corporation
(LGCIDC), Grayson County
promotes business and economic growth through a collaborative effort that encompasses all.
With partners such as the
Cities of Leitchfield, Clarkson, and Caneyville, Grayson
County, Twin Lakes Regional
Medical Center, Grayson
County Schools and the
Grayson County Technology
Center, the LGCIDC, and the
local Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
campus, “Everyone has a seat
at the table,” said LGCIDC
Executive Director Dudley
Cooper.
“I don’t think you could
have a more collaborative
spirit,” Cooper said.
The local IDC is involved
with every industry located
in Grayson County and
serves to bring in new
industries, help them start
up locally, and promote and
encourage expansions.
Some such local expansions include Plastikon,
which looks to add
100,000-square-feet to its
Leitchfield location, result-
MTD employees offer a tour of their facility.
ing in the creation of 65 to
100 new, local jobs; North
Grayson Holdings, LLC dba
Site-Safe’s move to Leitchfield to house all of its operations under one roof; and
MTD’s addition of a plastics
line that entailed remodeling
nearly half of its building.
Grayson County’s success
with industrial and economic
growth is, in large part, also
thanks to its location.
“The proximity to being on
I-65 in less than 30 minutes
is one of our greatest assets,”
said Cooper, adding that
local real estate is also a frac-
tion of the cost of other areas
located so close to I-65.
Additionally, within less
than a two-hour drive of
Leitchfield, one can find
“excellent” arts and culture,
fly out or in from the Louisville International Airport,
and earn a college degree in
anything, Cooper said.
Grayson County is also
fortunate to be nestled
between “the twin lakes”
(Rough River Lake and Nolin
Lake); have a school system
from which 94 percent of
its students graduate; and a
local hospital that serves the
entire region, according to
Cooper.
Grayson County receives
its utilities from Warren
Rural Electric Cooperative
Corporation—who also collaborate with the LGCIDC—
and Kentucky Utilities. The
county is also served by P &
L Railroad.
Between the City, County,
and Industrial Foundation,
Grayson County has a multitude of building sites and
future development opportunities.
“Come grow with us,” Cooper said.
County Clerk’s Office
10 Public Square
Leitchfield, KY 42754
Hours: Monday through Friday,
8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Departments
*Note: Address and hours of operation
are the same for every department*
Motor Vehicle Department
270-259-3201
Vehicle, boat, trailer, and mobile home
registration and transfers, marriage
licenses, fishing licenses, and voter registration.
Recording Department
270-259-5295
Recording deeds, mortgages, power of
attorneys, etc. Collecting delinquent
property taxes.
Lien Department
270-259-3201
Recording liens on vehicles, mobile
homes, trailers, and boats.
Bookkeeping
270-259-3201 or 270-259-5295
Budget, monthly and quarterly reports,
accounts payable.
Chamber of Commerce
The Grayson County Chamber of Commerce is the “hub” for anything in Grayson
County. Located in the Centre on Main
at 425 South Main Street in Leitchfield,
the Chamber is a non-profit organization
designed to promote small and large businesses in Grayson County and to encourage economic growth. The Chamber provides a wealth of information about local
businesses to people wanting to re-locate
to the community. Through the Chamber’s
website at www.graysoncountychamber.
com, visitors and local people alike can
search for just the perfect business to provide whatever services they may need.
— Becky Escue
Executive Director,
Grayson County
Chamber of Commerce
(270)259-5587
www.graysoncounty
chamber.com
The Centre on Main
INTeRNeT BANkINg
FAST AFFORDABLe LOANS
MOBILe BANkINg
Come in today and speak
with one of our friendly &
helpful personnel.
Banking You Can
Count On.
grayson County’s Bank
of Personal Service.
101 E. Main Street
Clarkson
270-242-2111
Member
417 S. Main Street
Leitchfield
270-230-0120
www.bankofclakson.com
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• Late Banking hours on Friday
to better serve you
Open until 6 PM at both locations.
• Loan officers available on Saturdays
• Passbook savings, checking,
and IRA accounts
• VIP Club
• Senior Citizen accounts
• Student accounts
• Debit cards / ATM Deposits
• Automated Attendant
270-242-2985
• Money Management
• Money Markets
• NOW Account Checking accounts
• Paperless Statements available
• Certificates of deposit
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
ATM SeRVICeS
Bank of Clarkson is here to serve,
whatever your needs may be.
County Circuit Court Clerk
Hours of Operation
Monday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Address
Grayson County Judicial Center
500 Carroll Gibson Blvd.
Leitchfield, KY 42754
Phone Number
270-259-3040
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WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
Grayson County Judicial Center
Fax Number
270-259-9866
Forms of Payment
Cash, check or money order
Services
Drivers licensing, court records and
procedures, Circuit and District Court
Drivers License Information
The road test is on Tuesdays at 8:30
a.m. The written test is on Tuesdays at
1 p.m.
Court Information
Circuit Court Motion Hours are the
first and third Tuesdays of each month.
The Civil Docket is at 9 a.m. Central
Time. The Criminal Docket is at 1 p.m.
Central Time. District Court Motion
Hours are every Wednesday. Small
Claims and Juvenile Court are at 9 a.m.
Central Time. Every Thursday is District Criminal Court at 9 a.m. Central
Time. District Civil Court is at 11 a.m.
Central Time.
Grayson County Detention Center
2014 Community Services Litter Abatement
Deputy hours 4896 $103,207.68
Van & Trailer Usage $105,264
Pounds of Trash Collected 133,140
Inmate Hours 29,376
Inmate Meals $18,360
320 Shaw Station Road
270-259-3636
203 South Heyser Drive
270-259-8160
2015
125 East White Oak Street
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TOTAL SAVINGS TO COUNTY
$226,831.68
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Public schools on a mission
Grayson County Schools
is on a mission – a mission
to ensure that every student
leaves the district ready for
college or career. Whether
it’s discovering new interests
in an elementary club, learning to “dress for success,”
finally hitting that 30+ ACT
score, or achieving state,
even national recognition,
the overarching commitment
is to help each student reach
their individual potential,
prepared to take on 21st Century challenges.
Grayson County Schools
believes that growing college
and career ready students
takes place in all facets of
their lives - academics, college and career preparation,
the arts, extracurricular,
leadership, service, health
and wellness, and safety, and
strives to give them opportunities to succeed through
multiple channels.
One example already
having a direct impact on
students is the Technology
Center’s CMM machining
program. The program was
launched two years ago
thanks to industry partners
and the Board’s commitment
to providing students with
career-ready skills for highdemand and high-wage jobs.
A second health services
program opened last fall due
to strong student demand for
preparation in the growing
field. There is also discussion
of adding an industrial maintenance program, another
high-demand field.
Grayson County students
at all grade levels consistently excel across the board in
academics, arts and athletics.
District “Unbridled
Learning” scores, the state
testing and accountability
system, have risen in all areas
and at all schools. Every
school is now “progressing”
and the district is in the
HIGH SCHOOL best of 2015
Grayson County High School was awarded a Bronze
medal ranking in the US News & World Report’s
Best High Schools for 2015. The annual rankings include overall student performance on state-required
exams, how schools educate their least-advantaged
students, and how well they prepare students for
college. Of the nearly 30,000 high schools evaluated,
only slightly more than 6,700 were ranked Gold,
Silver or Bronze.
78th percentile, ahead of the state
average.
Overall, student achievement
has made steady gains, especially
in the percentage of students
attaining proficient or distinguished status. College and career
readiness has increased dramatically for both middle and high
school students. And the high
school’s graduation rate stands
at nearly 94 percent, among the
highest in the state.
In recent years, record numbers
of students have earned a 30 or
better on the ACT college admissions test. The latest district
scores were the highest composite since juniors statewide were
required to be tested five years
ago, and at 19.2, was just shy of
the 19.4 state average. GCHS
students bettered or equaled state
scores in both math and science;
they also bested statewide college
readiness benchmarks in both sub-
jects as well as overall. Industry
certifications are also on the rise.
Numerous AP and dual credit
courses give students a head
start on college, academically
and financially. Grayson County
Schools was recently named to
the College Board’s District AP
Honor Roll for its efforts in this
regard.
Student achievement is not
reflected solely in the classroom.
Life lessons are just as often
learned on athletic fields, and
through the leadership and teamwork opportunities that extracurricular participation provides.
The district’s Board members
are committed to providing opportunities that will engage students
of all interests and provide opportunities for them to grow and
excel. And students have done
so time and again as teams and
as individuals on regional, state,
even national stages.
learning for all
Community Education coordinates many
programs throughout Grayson County year
round, providing “Lifelong Learning for All.”
Among them, Red Ribbon Week is held each
fall to educate students and the community
about living “drug-free”. In the spring “A
Novel Tea,” sponsored by the Grayson County
Public Library, brings local and regional authors to town. Community Education comes
in many forms. It provides classes to discover
new interests or build on skills. It reaches
outward with programs that raise awareness
of important community issues. It connects
people, it connects programs. Community
Education is a vital liaison, offering lifelong
learning opportunities, managing volunteer
programs, offering learn-and-serve opportunities, and collaborating with schools and
many other community organizations.
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By the
numbers
Each year a number of
students earn acceptance
into prestigious programs
such as Governor’s Scholars,
Governors School for the
Arts, Governors School for
Entrepreneurs, and WKU’s
on-campus, selective entry
VAMPY and SCATS.
Technical programs and
organizations consistently
make strong showings at
competitive events through
DECA, HOSA, and SKILLS
USA. Junior-level HOSA
and DECA programs at
the middle school give students an early start to these
career paths and feeds into
the already successful high
school organizations. Other
award-winning programs also
provide career experience
and real world situations
such as FFA, FCCLA, and
journalism.
The district’s arts programs are a source of pride,
and have grown significantly
over the past five years.
Band, orchestra, and chorus
are all reaching new heights,
consistently earning individual, district and state honors.
Visual art is another strong
area as students are consistently juried into the Scholastic program and many others.
Partnerships with community civic groups also open
new worlds to students as
they bring arts into schools
through dance, drama, even
opera to expand students’
knowledge of culture and the
world around them.
Student athletes and teams
excel at the district, regional
and state levels. They are
The Grayson County
Board of Education meets
the second Thursday of
each month. The public is
welcome to attend. Meeting
dates and sites are available
on the district website
graysoncountyschools.com.
Members include Carolyn
Thomason, Chair, Valeria
Hayes-Hicks, Vice-Chair,
Brett Abney, Charlotte
Gower, and Anna Majors.
consistently named to AllTournament and All-Academic teams, and recent years
have seen a number of limited or first-time titles come
home with the Cougars. New
sports have met with unparalleled enthusiasm.
Students learn early to
use their abilities to serve
their community. Leadership
skills are also developed and
stretched through participation in staff-led clubs and
organizations. Each year,
Grayson County students
give thousands of hours to
a variety of wide-ranging
projects and programs that
benefit the community, civic
groups, school, and peers. In
addition to personal satisfaction and growth, many are
recognized with Leaders in
Service Awards.
Teachers and staff also
excel, frequently earning
acceptance into prestigious
programs, statewide awards,
even national level honors.
They have been recognized
as outstanding Advisors,
Administrators, individually and as teaching teams.
They receive scholarships
to conferences and symposium to broaden their own
knowledge and bring it back
to their students. They are
also active in a variety of
after school and community
programs, many volunteering
both their expertise and their
time.
Grayson County Schools
believe that all students excel
in different areas; that they
each deserve the opportunity
to be successful, whatever
their path. Grayson County’s
students don’t get a second
chance for these opportunities, and the Board, teachers,
and staff are willing to go
above and beyond to provide
them with options.
Students learning, growing
and performing at levels they
may never have imagined
was in them leads to personal, school and community
pride. And as they experience the hard work and persistence that leads to the joy
of accomplishment, the backpats, awards and honors they
receive now should put them
on the road to continued suc-
4,400 Students,
Preschool – 12
Elementary Schools
Clarkson, Caneyville, Lawler,
Wilkey
Grayson County Middle
School
Grayson County High School
600,000 Square Feet,
Building and Grounds
Staff (Includes Teachers,
Aides, Administration,
Counselors, Transportation,
Food Service, Custodians,
Maintenance, IT, Speech,
OT, PT, Therapist, and
Substitutes)
600 Full-time
250 Part-time
Teachers
Average years of classroom
experience - 15
Teach in their field of
certification - Nearly 100%
Hold an Advanced Degree
- 83%
National Board Certified
(NBCT) - 19 NBCT
Transportation
52 Bus Routes
4,000 Miles Driven Daily
790,000 Miles Driven
Annually
Food Service
1,728 Breakfasts Daily
3,284 Lunches Daily
300,547 Breakfasts Annually
571,429 Lunches Annually
Class of 2015
$592,000 awarded in local,
state and college-awarded
scholarships grows to $1.9
million over four years of
college.
cess in the future.
Grayson County Schools
is invested in preparing each
child for their future, whether college or career. Working
together with each other and
with community to build
individual relationships, and
to help each child grow into
the best possible version of
themselves they can be.
Stay up to date on all the
great things happenings at
graysoncountyschools.com or
follow the district on Twitter
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Leitchfield Christian
Academy is committed to
academic excellence in a
Christian environment. LCA
is a ministry of First Baptist
Church Leitcfhield and is
affiliated with the Association of Christian Schools
international. LCA offers
parents a Christ-centered
environment where all subjects will be taught from a
God-centered view.
LCA offers half day and
full day preschool classes
for 3 and 4 year olds. Our
elementary school is kindergarten through 5th grade. At
LCA, all students, 4 year old
preschool through 5th grade
have Chapel weekly (3 year
old preschool class attends
chapel once a month) where
they can worship and praise
the Lord Jesus while in the
classroom they have Biblical
truths and Christian world
view emphasized.
We are committed to the
intellectual, physical, emotional, social , and spiritual
development of the child.
Our Early Education Program
As your children grow,
their development shifts
from home-where you are
the main influence-to include
outside elements. Send them
to learn and be cared for in
a secure, nurturing, Christian environment. Whether
you need full day or half day
preschool where extended
care is always included, LCA
offers opportunities that can’t
be found anywhere else this
is offered for 3 year old’s and
4 year old’s .
We have competitive prices
and your child will receive a
strong preschool education
in a nurturing environment
with weekly Chapel and daily
Bible stories. Our Staff of
nurturing and committed
teachers meet all Kentucky
requirements. Preschool
classes also participate in
music, art, library, computer,
and PE.
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students work on
art projects.
Our Elementary Program
​Leitchfield Christian Academy offers an outstanding
elementary program for kindergarten through 5th grade.
Our elementary school staff
consists of caring educators
who are certified in elementary education.
The small class size allows
our teachers to focus fully
on your child. Lessons are
planned with each child
in mind. All students have
music and art instruction
twice a week. Musical keyboarding is introduced in the
1st grade. All students have
library and computer lab
weekly. Physical education is
taught three days a week for
K-5th.
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Community & Technical
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degrees, and Associate in Applied Science Degree in
Business Administration.
We also provide continuing education and non-credit,
personal enrichment courses for area professionals and
local citizens. Our classes are of the same high quality
as classes at our main campus and are taught by highly
qualified, motivated faculty.
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New facilities: This fall,
St. Paul will open up its new
gym/cafeteria for students.
This is the first time in the
school’s history it has had a
gymnasium.
Great Christian-based
education: All of St. Paul’s
students K-8, join in masses
twice a week, along with
rosary, stations of the cross,
Eucharistic Adoration,
retreat, and numerous other
prayer and faith experiences.
Reasonable prices:
Tuition for K-8 is $2,800 per
year. Those belonging to a
local Catholic parish will be
subsidized to the amount of
roughly half of that tuition.
Tuition for pre-school is
$2,400 for full-time, and part
time rates are also available.
Have you thought about
St. Paul School for your
children? Call the school
at 270-242-7483, or e-mail
[email protected]
net.
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There is so much to see at
St. Paul’s Catholic School.
Let’s look at what is happening:
Enrollment up considerably: Last year was the
school’s highest enrollment
in 19 years.
Great new activities have
started the last two years,
including a basketball team,
an archery team, cross country, an academic team, and
yearbook.
A whole new computer
system: New computers,
iPads, and Chromebooks in
the classroom; a newly wired
building; and a $6,800 grant
given to purchase computers
and equipment.
New teaching position
hired this year: St. Paul has
just added a position to teach
5-8 grade math and English.
This compartmentalizes the
school’s older grades, giving
each student five different
teachers each week.
classes even more convenient. At this full-service campus,
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Post-Secondary Education
Through community support and
partnerships, Elizabethtown Community
and Technical College (ECTC) was able
to establish the Leitchfield Campus in
August of 2013. After many years of
offering classes at various locations in
the county, ECTC now has a permanent
home to better serve the citizens of Grayson County. The campus has expanded
course offerings each semester, as well
as seen enrollment grow to about 250
students per semester. Continued growth
in enrollment and program availability
is expected and planned for the coming
years.
Individuals can begin their educational career at the campus in a variety
of fields. Some degrees can be obtained
entirely at the Leitchfield site while others will involve a combination of classes
here, on main campus and online. Campus services include assistance in such
areas as: application, entrance testing,
collection of entrance materials, advising, financial aid, class scheduling, and
career exploration. In addition to degree
programs, the campus provides a variety
of classes for people wishing to expand
job skills or pursue a personal interest.
Some examples of these types of classes
are: leadership, computer applications,
photography, continuing education for
electricians, HVAC, and plumbing.
The college has been providing high
quality, relevant educational options in
the region for over 50 years, and this
new campus will continue that tradition.
Our door is always open to visitors or
prospective students at 101 E. Carroll
Gibson Blvd. Additional information can
be found on our website, elizabethtown.
kctcs.edu, or by calling the campus at
270-259-1540.
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The employees at Twin
Lakes Regional Medical Center strive to be recognized
by the people they serve as
the provider of choice for
their healthcare needs and as
a leading force for progressive change within the community.
The Grayson County
hospital has 75 private, inpatient rooms and a variety of
quality outpatient services.
With over 55 medical providers, 20 specialties and 400
employees, TLRMC gives
the region a significantly
larger healthcare facility
than most similar sized communities. Featuring the most
modern diagnostic equipment, an advanced wound
healing center, a pain management center, a multitude
of surgical specialties and
a nationally recognized OB
staff, the hospital takes pride
in combining hometown care
with modern technology.
Additionally, the Twin
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Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center takes great pride in being good stewards of their resources. This enables the
regional hospital to have modern equipment such as the advanced MRI suite that helps them provide a level of
care not found in many communities our size.
working with TLRMC, operates facilities in Big Clifty,
Caneyville, and Quick Care
in Leitchfield. The goal is to
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“As great as our equipment is and the variety of
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To back that statement up,
Meriwether points out that
TLRMC has been named
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Kentucky for three years in a
row. The award is presented
by the Kentucky Chamber of
Commerce and the Kentucky
Society for Human Resource
Management.
“When you have a staff
that treats their patients
and co-workers in a caring
and respectful manner, it
just stands to reason that
TLRMC is one of the Best
Places to work in Kentucky.
I want to thank all of our
employees for making
TLRMC so much more than
just another place to work,
but truly a ‘Best Place to
Work’,” said Meriwether.
“Being name one of the
Best Places to Work in Kentucky is a wonderful accomplishment,” said Kimberley
Rayls, Director of Human
Resources at TLRMC. “Our
staff members are a critical
aspect to our success and
it is very important to our
management team that our
employees feel appreciated and valued. It would
be impossible to serve this
community without the
dedication and expertise our
staff demonstrates on a daily
bases.”
Also for the third year in
a row, Twin Lakes Regional
Medical Center in Leitchfield
has been named one of the
best healthcare organizations
to work in the United States.
Becker’s Hospital Review, a
national healthcare journal
based in Chicago, has published the 2015 edition of its
“150 Great Places to Work in
Healthcare.” TLRMC is the
only hospital in Kentucky to
receive the honor.
The organizations featured
on the list were selected by
the Becker’s Hospital Review
editorial team based on
TLRMC honored
Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center has been
named as a Best Places to Work in Kentucky for
three years in a row by the Kentucky Chamber
of Commerce and the Kentucky Society for
Human Resource Management.
workforce awards received,
benefits offerings, wellness
initiatives, efforts to improve
professional development,
diversity and inclusion,
work-life balance and a sense
of community and unity
among employees. Becker’s
Hospital Review is a monthly publication offering up-todate business and legal news
and analysis relating to hospitals and health systems.
The hospital is known
nationally for being much
more than a great place to
work, though. TLRMC has
been recognized as a Top
Performer on Key Quality
Measures® by The Joint
Commission, the leading
accreditor of health care
organizations in the United
States. TLRMC was recognized as part of The Joint
Commission’s 2014 annual
report “America’s Hospitals:
Improving Quality and Safety,” for attaining and sustaining excellence in accountability measure performance
for Surgical Care. The
hospital is one of 1,224 hospitals in the United States to
achieve the Top Performer
distinction for the 2013 year.
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Vanda White, RN shows kindergarten students from Caneyville Elementary equipment used for examining patients
during the annual TLRMC Teddy Bear Clinic. Over 300 Grayson County kindergartners from Caneyviile, Lawler,
and Wilkey elementary schools and the Leitchfield Christian Academy came to the 2015 event on April 28 and 29.
The students also learned about getting stitches, mending broken bones, how germs can affect the body and the
importance of proper hand washing to good health.
TLRMC is one of only 314
hospitals to achieve the Top
Performer distinction for the
past three consecutive years.
TLRMC and its employees
have a major impact on the
economy of Grayson County.
According to the latest
figures available from the
Kentucky Hospital Association, in 2012, Twin Lakes
Regional Medical Center
spent nearly $23 million on
employee wages and salaries
and purchases of supplies
and services. These dollars
have a “ripple effect” as they
move through the larger
economy, supporting other
businesses and jobs in the
community as well as generating tax revenue used to
fund state programs.
The hospital also
has a major impact on
services provided by the
governments serving
Grayson County residents.
The KHA concluded that
TLRMC is responsible
for approximately $2.1
million in state and local tax
revenue through the taxes
they pay directly and tax
revenue generated from their
employees.
In early 2015, Kentucky
Auditor Adam Edelen
released a special report
on the financial strength of
rural hospitals. The report
concludes that fully one-third
of Kentucky’s rural hospitals
were rated as being in poor
financial health and could be
in danger of having to make
difficult decisions such as
cutting employees, eliminating services or possibly even
having to close the hospital.
Residents of Grayson
and surrounding counties
received good news in the
report, however. Twin Lakes
Regional Medical Center is
ranked as having the sixth
best financial position of the
44 rural Kentucky hospitals
listed. When you take out
the two smaller, Critical
Access hospitals ranked
higher, the news is even better. TLRMC is rated fourth
among all comparable rural
acute care hospitals in the
commonwealth.
“The importance of rural
hospitals cannot be overstated,” Auditor Edelen said.
“They provide healthcare to
45 percent of Kentuckians
and serve a disproportionate share of low-income and
elderly citizens. In many
rural communities in particular, hospitals are the first or
second largest employer and
typically pay higher-thanaverage wages than other
employers.” Kentucky is the
ninth most rural state in the
country.
TLRMC Chief Financial
Officer Scott Arndell attributes the hospital’s strong
financial health and high
ranking to a series of good
decisions and hard work
over the past 30 years.
“First of all, we have
recruited a medical staff
that is bigger and better
than what most communities like Leitchfield have,”
Arndell said. “Because of
that, we are able to offer a
much larger, wider scope of
services than typical rural
hospitals. This means more
people living here are able to
stay close to home for their
healthcare.”
In addition to Obstetrics
(OB) and orthopedic surgery
as examples of services not
typically provided at rural
hospitals, Arndell mentioned
the hospital’s general surgeons.
“Most rural hospitals only
have one general surgeon on
staff and some don’t have
any. We have three,” Arndell
said. “That sets us apart
from many hospitals and
helps our bottom line.”
Another factor in their
success, according to Arndell, is the willingness of
hospital leaders to invest in
newer, more advanced equipment than most comparable
hospitals. Lastly, Arndell
mentioned the hospital’s
workforce as being a major
reason for their success to
this point.
“Our employees have had
to outwork most other hospitals’ employees,” Arndell
said. “Because Grayson
County has a higher number
of residents on Medicaid,
our margin for error is very
small. We have had no choice
but to ask our employees to
work harder because we are
getting paid less than providers with a larger percentage
of patients with private
insurance.”
Combining the latest technology with an experienced,
highly trained workforce
has positioned Twin Lakes
Regional Medical Center in
a strong position to weather
the turbulent future in the
coming years.
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344 Reynolds Rd
Bee Spring
1BR/1BA
338 Michaels Cove Dr
Leitchfield
4BR/3BA
361 Lakewood Dr
Clarkson
2BR/1BA
76 Kenneth Norman Ln
Mammoth Cave
1BR/1BA
498 Lake Shore Ln
Leitchfield
2BR/1BA
$135,000
1684 Iberia Rd
Clarkson
3BR/3BA
$175,000
655 Lake Shore Ln
Leitchfield
2BR/1BA
$69,995
207 Pineview Dr
Mammoth Cave
3BR/2BA
$189,900
642 Lakeshore Dr
Mammoth Cave
3BR/3BA
1702 Dickeys Mill Rd
Leitchfield
2BR/2BA
273 Redmar Blvd
Radcliff
1BR/11/2BA
1870 Brier Creek Rd
Mammoth Cave
2BR/2BA
$59,900
523 Stone St
Leitchfield
2BR/1BA
$35,000
$112,000
46 Jenjohn Rd
Bee Spring
1.36 Acres
$30,000
43A Furnance Branch Rd
Bee Spring
.98 Acres
10011 Hwy 259 Hwy N
Bee Spring
3BR/1BA
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Bee Spring
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670 Lakeshore Dr
Mammoth Cave
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Mammoth Cave
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56 Michaels Cove Dr
Leitchfield
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Mammoth Cave
4BR/31/2BA
Oakland Hills Blvd
Leitchfield
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Leitchfield
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Tourism
SEPTEMBER
Grayson County Fair
Sept. 1-5
Grayson County
Fairgrounds, more than 30
carnival rides, pageants,
demolitions derby, karaoke
contest, ATV races, truck
and tractor pulls, horse
pull, tractor show, and an
assortment of vendors.
www.graysoncountyfair.net
Labor Day Parade
Sept. 7
Route runs between the
fairgrounds and Southgate
Mall in Leitchfield
270-259-5587
www.graysoncountyfair.net
EAA Sport Aviation Fly-in
Sept. 11-13
Rough River Dam State
Resort Park
Trash Bash
Sept. 12
8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Help
keep Rough River Lake
beautiful and tidy with this
annual clean-up.
270-257-2311
270-257-2061
www.friendsofroughriver.
org
Campground Closing
Sept. 12
North Fork campground
closes for the season
Central States
Association Fly-In
Sept. 25-27
Outdoor Theater Festival
Join the Pine Knob
Outdoor Theatre for its
annual theater festivals,
held on the last Saturday
in July and September.
An afternoon filled with
entertaining performances
from various shows and
food served all day long!
OCTOBER
Caneyville Fair and
Homecoming
Oct. 2-4
Held the first weekend
in October, it includes a
parade, carnival rides,
pageant, games and more.
270-879-9701
Halloween Spooktacular
Oct. 23-24
Rough River Halloween
Spooktacular
Oct. 26-28
Axtel and Laurel Branch
campgrounds. Events
include Fright your Site
contest, Trunk or Treating,
Spooktacular Costume
Contest, and Juice up your
Jack O-Lantern Contest.
Orienteering Weekend
Oct. 24-25
Rough River Dam State
Resort Park
Halloween Safe Night
Late October
Grayson County
Fairgrounds
Find a safer Trick or
Treating route through the
fairgrounds. Parking is on
the outside of treat parade.
All family members are
encouraged to dress up.
270-259-5587
270-259-2735
Campgrounds Closing
Oct. 31
Axtel and Laurel Branch
Campgrounds close for the
season. Laurel Branch will
remain open year round,
but uses an honor vault
system for payments in the
off season.
The Honeyfest Parade always
draws a huge crowd.
Freedom & Fiddlin’ is one of
Leitchfield’s claims to fame.
NOVEMBER
Deer Widow Weekend
Nov. 13-15
Rough River Dam State
Resort Park
Rough River Yard Sale
The Rough River Yard Sale
goes along Highway 79
during the second weekend
in October.
All Wrapped Up Gift and
Craft Show
Nov. 14-15
Rough River Dam State
Resort Park
Lindsey’s Haunted Barn
October
Taylor Cemetery Road
a haunted attraction
Campground Closing
Nov. 20
Cave creek campground
closes for the season
The annual Caneyville Fair and Homecoming Parade.
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Highway 54 Yard Sales
Sept. 17-19
From Leitchfield to
Clarkson Honeyfest
Sept. 24-26
Pageant, decorating
contest, children’s rides,
karaoke contest, food
and craft booths, musical
performances at night, and
a parade on Saturday along
U.S. 62.
270-242-6997
www.clarksonhoneyfest.
com
Winners of the ParentChild race portion of the
2015 Cardboard Boat
Regatta row to shore.
2015
Grandparents’ Day Buffet
Sept. 13
Rough River Dam State
Resort Park
Nolin River Lake Cleanup
Campaign
Sept. 19
8:00 a.m. Clean up around
the lake and prepare for fall.
270-286-4511
www.friendsofnolinlake.org
that benefits non-profit
organizations begins at the
end of September through
Halloween. 270-287-7943
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
St. Paul’s School Car
Show
Sept. 12
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
1812 St. Paul Road
11th annual car show
includes top 100 trophies,
free games, plate lunches
and concessions.
Call 270-242-7483 or
e-mail [email protected]
gmail.com
Owensboro, the Highway
54 Yard Sale has become
a yearly event that
occurs Derby Weekend
and the third weekend in
September.
Thanksgiving Buffet
Nov. 26
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park
DECEMBER
Christmas in the Park
Lighted displays throughout
December in Leitchfield City
Park
270-259-5587
www.visitLeitchfield.com
Supper with Santa
Dec. 5
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park
Hometown Christmas
Visit downtown Leitchfield for a
parade, craft show and 5K run/
walk.
270-259-5587
www.visitLeitchfield.com
New Year’s Eve Celebration
Dec. 31
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park
1-800-325-1713
FEBRUARY
Chili Cook-Off
Early February
Rough River Dam Lodge
1-800-325-1713
www.friendsofroughriver.org
Dulcimer Weekend
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park
1-800-325-1713
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Sweetheart Weekend
Valentine’s Day Weekend
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park
1-800-325-1713
MARCH
Ceremonial Filling of the Lake
Turn the ceremonial wheel to
open the valve that fills the lake
and tour the control tower.
270-257-2061
www.friendsofroughriver.org
Buffalo and Wild Game night
Rough River Dam State Resort
Park
1-800-325-1713
The Great Easter Egg Hunt
Camp Loucon
www.loucon.org
APRIL
Easter Eggstravaganza
April 4
Rough River Dam
State Resort Park
1-800-325-1713
www.
friendsofroughriver.
org
Campers
Appreciation
Weekend
Rough River State
Resort Park
1-800-325-1713
Freedom & Fi
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one of Leitch lin’ is
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claims to fam
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MAY
Lady of the Lake II
May through October
Rough River State Park
1-800-325-1713
Tours of the lake from a pontoon
with a guide knowledgeable of
the lake and its history.
Summer Splash
Fishing with Veterans
Rough River Dam Resort Park
270-257-2311 or 270-257-2061
www.friendsofroughriver.org
Master Gardeners Plant Sale
Early May
Grayson County Middle School
Educational programs and plant
sales.
270-259-3492
Art in the Park
May 21-22
Beville Park Letichfield
A juried art show spanning two
day with several demonstration
artists and featuring Leitchfield
native Larry Elmore 270-2595587
www.visitLeitchfield.com
Paddle Nolin
Dog Creek Boat Ramp
Enjoy the serenity of the lake
and take a scenic trip by canoe
or kayak up Dog Creek and
back. Make reservations by May
9.
270-734-9866
www.friendsofroughriver.org
Memorial Day Parade
A walking parade that goes from
Leitchfield Fire Station No. 2 to
The Centre on Main, where a
celebration is held to recognize
veterans.
270-259-5587
Rough River Visitor Center
May to September
On Ky 79 before the Dam
the visitor center opens
weekends beginning in May
with information about the lake,
things to do around the lake
and local craft and gifts along
with meeting areas and wildlife
displays.
270-257-2311 or 270-257-2061
www.friendsofroughriver.org
JUNE
Pine Knob Theatre
An outdoor theatre with five
shows throughout the summer
months. The theater is open
June-September on Friday and
Saturday nights.
www.pineknob.com
270-879-8190
Grayson County Relay for Life
June 20-21
Grayson County Middle School
football field.
Houseboat Hop Moutardier
Marina
A parade of boats to Barton
Run with music and a special
attraction at Wax Picnic Shelter
270-259-0001
www.friendsofroughriver.org
Summer Splash on Nolin
Lake
Beach side music, vendors,
swimming and inflatables.
270-223-8210
www.friendsofroughriver.org
JULY
Rumble over Rough River
Fireworks Show
July 4
Magnolia 5k run/walk
Freedom & Fiddlin’
The Leitchfield Freedom
Festival combines with the
Twin Lakes National Fiddlers
Competition for double the
fun. Held the third weekend
in July (Friday and Saturday)
at the Courthouse Square
in Leitchfield. Free rides,
entertainment, and fireworks.
AUGUST
Ride Around Central
Kentucky (R.A.C.K.)
This event is perfect for
cyclists of all ages, with friendly
geography and beautiful
scenery. Held annually on the
first Saturday in August.
Army Corps. of Engineers
Dam Triathlon
The Dam Triathlon is held the
second Saturday in August at
Rough River Lake and features
a combination of paddling,
cycling, and running through
the lake area.
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WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
Historical Society
Greetings and welcome to
the Grayson County Historical
Society.
There is much afoot at the
Historic Jack Thomas House.
As you may know, our long
time President of fourteen
years, Ken Robinson, recently
retired. Both he and his wife
Nancy have been the pillars
of the Society for many years,
and they are both very deserving of a break from the hustle
and bustle of our organization.
With the new vacancies in
the Board of Directors, we
have scrambled to get back on
track. We have added a table
full of new members that we
hope everyone will take the
time to meet and greet at one
of our general meetings or
open houses.
Please welcome the 2014
Board of Directors:
• President Scott Carter
• Vice-President Scotty Gor
• Treasurer Tina Gary
• Secretary Rose Booth
• Board Members Mike
Fleener, Joyce Thomas Legg
York, Kelly Stevenson, Denise
Embry, Rick Alvey, Allison
Helm, Eddie Lampton, Jeremy
Logsdon, Greg Bernard, and
Robert Wright.
We have a diversified group
of directors from teachers
and archaeologists, to business owners and councilmen,
engineers and carpenters, and
everyone in between. We have
a lot of great ideas, many projects and events planned, and
room for anyone who is willing
to help.
Please remember, we are a
non-profit; none of our directors are paid. We are all here
for the love of Grayson County
and its history. Our only paid
employee is Phyllis Webb our
librarian hostess, and her
knowledge of the house and
library are priceless.
We are not perfect, we make
mistakes, but history is full of
them!
IF YOU
MISSED IT
Brittany Wise | GC News-Gazette
Visitors to a recent Historical Society meeting were treated to walking or trolley tours
which visited approximately 50 historical sites in downtown Leitchfield.
Welcome to the Jack Thomas House!
We have had some great donations made to the house in the
past few months. One of the
most important is the donation
of the Adjutant Generals Reports
for the Civil War Confederate Army.
For people researching family
history, this is a great acquisition!
Please remember, we are
always looking for donations pertaining to Grayson County and
its families and communities. If
you have an item that you would
not like to leave your family, we
are always glad to take an item
on loan. Please contact us for
more information.
The Grayson County Historical Society strives to preserve
the history of the county and
make its findings open for public use through a museum and
research library. We own the oldest brick building in the county,
the Jack Thomas House, on
East Main Street in Leitchfield,
Kentucky. The museum is open
for tours for a fee. It has a meeting room which is used by the
Historical Society and the local
Woman’s Club. This room, as
well as the dining room, can also
be rented for other functions.
The research library is open to
the public at no charge. There
are three general meetings a
year held the second Tuesdays
of March, June and October at
7:00 P.M. Programs for those
meetings consist of a speaker
and refreshments. The Historical
Society Board meets monthly.
The Grayson County Historical Society owns three
other buildings besides the Jack
Thomas House - the Buchanan
Log Cabin on the grounds of the
Jack Thomas House, the Walnut
Grove School near Caneyville,
and the Edwards School west of
Short Creek.
If you missed it,
Grayson County
Clerk, Mrs.
Sherry Weedman
was our guest
speaker, along
with her husband
Myron, at our
March general
meeting. She put
on an excellent
presentation
about the history
of the Grayson
County Court
Houses and the
post of Grayson
County Clerk.
The presentation
was recorded
and we hope to
have it up on our
You Tube channel
soon. Please
take the time
to check it out.
While you’re at it,
please visit our
Facebook page. It
is the best place
to get up-to-date
information on
the happenings
of the Grayson
County Historical
Society.
Leitchfield Christian Academy Purpose
Real Estate
Leitchfield
Christian
Academy
Leitchfield Christian Academy is committed to aca
excellence in a Christian environment. LCA is a min
Baptist Church Leitchfield and is affiliated with the
of Christian Schools International.
LCA offers parents a Christ-centered environment w
subjects will be taught from a God-centered view.
half day and full day preschool classes for 3 and 4 y
Our elementary school is kindergarten through 5th
At LCA, all students, 4 year old preschool through 5
have Chapel weekly (3 year old pre-school class att
once a month) where they can worship and praise
Jesus, while in the classroom they have Biblical tru
Christian world view emphasized. We are committ
intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and spiritu
development of the child.
Where Christian
principles meet
quality education.
Our Early Education Program
As your children grow, their development shifts f
where you are the main influence— to include out
elements. Send them to learn and be cared for in a
nurturing, Christian environment.
Whether you need full-day or half-day preschool w
extended care is always included, LCA offers oppor
can’t be found anywhere else. This is offered for 3
and 4 year olds.
We have competitive prices and your child will rece
preschool education in a nurturing environment w
Chapel and daily Bible stories .
Our staff of nurturing and committed teachers mee
Kentucky requirements. Preschool classes also par
music, art, library, computer, and PE.
Preschool 3 & 4 year old classes
Our Elementary Program
Kindergarten—Fifth Grade
A ministry of
First Baptist Church
Tel. 270-259-4076 Ext 2
Leitchfield Christian Academy Purpose
Leitchfield Christian Academy is committed to academic excellence in a Christian
environment. LCA is a ministry of First Baptist Church Leitchfield and is affiliated
with the Association of Christian Schools International. LCA offers parents a Christcentered environment where all subjects will be taught from a God-centered
view. LCA offers half day and full day preschool classes for 3 and 4 year olds.
Our elementary school is kindergarten through 5th grade. At LCA, all students, 4
year old preschool through 5th grade have Chapel weekly (3 year old pre-school
class attends chapel once a month) where they can worship and praise the Lord
Jesus, while in the classroom they have Biblical truths and Christian world view
emphasized. We are committed to the intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and
spiritual development of the child.
Our Early Education Program
As your children grow, their development shifts from home—where you are the
main influence— to include outside elements. Send them to learn and be cared for
in a secure, nurturing, Christian environment. Whether you need full-day or halfday preschool where extended care is always included, LCA offers opportunities
that can’t be found anywhere else. This is offered for 3 year olds and 4 year olds.
We have competitive prices and your child will receive a strong preschool education
in a nurturing environment with weekly Chapel and daily Bible stories . Our staff
of nurturing and committed teachers meet all Kentucky requirements. Preschool
classes also participate in music, art, library, computer, and PE.
Our Elementary Program
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Leitchfield Christian Academy offers an outstanding elementary program for
kindergarten through 5th grade. Our elementary school staff consists of caring
educators who are certified in elementary education. The small class size allows our
teachers to focus fully on your child. Lessons are planned with each child in mind.
All students have music and art instruction twice a week. Musical keyboarding is
introduced in the 1st grade. All students have library and computer lab weekly.
Physical education is taught three days a week for K- 5th grades.
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their homes in the cities of
Clarkson and Caneyville as
well. Even smaller communities such as Big Clifty, Ready,
Anneta, Wax, Falls of Rough,
Peonia, Shrewsbury and Millwood all have unique benefits
and friendly faces as well.
Once the perfect community and the perfect home
have been chosen, the next
step is finding the perfect
loan. When deciding on what
home loan is best for you, the
length of time you plan to
own a property may have a
strong influence on the type
of loan you choose.
For example, if you plan to
stay in a home for 10 years of
longer, a traditional fixed-rate
mortgage may be your best
bet. But if you plan on owning a home for a very short
period (5 years of fewer),
then the low introductory
rate of an adjustable-rate
mortgage may make the most
financial sense.
In general, ARMs have the
lowest introductory interest
rates, followed by hybrid
loans, and then traditional
fixed-rate mortgages.
WELCOME TO GRAYSON COUNTY
Grayson County is a great
place to live and work, as
well as a safe and peaceful
place to raise a family. With
beautiful country vistas, two
lakes for plenty of family
fun, and loads of community
pride, Grayson County has
much to offer.
With all the benefits that
Grayson County has to
offer, value is another item
to check off the list for area
home buyers. According to
realtor.com, the average price
per square foot in Leitchfied
is just $49, while the state
average sits at $91.
Sperling’s Best Places, a
company which researches
and rates cities and counties across the country then
provides that information
for perspective newcomers,
shows that the average home
price in Grayson County is
$92,700. The state average is
listed at $125,100.
Grayson County features
many unique communities
in which to find your new
home. While Leitchfield,
the county seat, is the largest city, many people make
Leitchfield Christian Academy offers an outstandi
elementary program for kindergarten through 5th
elementary school staff consists of caring educator
certified in elementary education. The small class
our teachers to focus fully on your child. Lessons a
with each child in mind. All students have music an
instruction twice a week. Musical keyboarding is in
the 1st grade. All students have library and compu
weekly. Physical education is taught three days a w
5th grades.
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Lodging
Dining Out
Hatfield Inn
769 White Street
Leitchfield, KY
270-259-0464
Rough River Dam State Resort Park
450 Lodge Road
Falls of Rough, KY
1-800-325-1713
All Saints Episcopal Camp &
Conference
833 Hickory Grove Road
Leitchfield, KY
270-259-3514
Rough River Pizza Company & Inn
400 North Main Street
Leitchfield, KY
270-996-8820
Ponderosa Motel
856 Ponderosa Road
Clarkson, KY
270-242-7215
The Resort Motel
13689 Falls of Rough Road (HWY 79)
Falls of Rough, KY
270-257-2771
Pine Knob Guest House
1227 Pine Knob Road
Caneyville, KY
270-879-8190
DanKrist Bed and Breakfast
2055 Clarkson School Road
Clarkson, KY
270-242-4571
Nolin Lake Lodge
14088 Peonia Road
Clarkson, KY
270-971-4309
Logsdon’s Landing Lakefront Cabin
80 Logsdon’s Landing
Clarkson, KY
502-425-9155
Leitchfield Area
Restaurants
Asian Buffet
364 S Main St
270-259-9052
Captain D’s
719 S Main St
270-259-5513
China King
1773 Elizabethtown Rd
270-259-0085
Dairy Queen
613 S Main St
270-259-5822
El Patron
1917 Elizabethtown Rd
270-287-0081
Farmer’s Feed Mill
Restaurant
110 Sequoia Dr
27-230-0027
Hardee’s
S Main St
270-259-3700
Huddle House
118 Commerce Dr
270-230-0100
Kentucky Fried Chicken
626 S Main St
270-259-5567
Las Palmas Mexican Grill
338 S Main St
270-287-7649
McDonald’s
1815 Elizabethtown Rd
270-230-0774
McDonald’s
714 S Main St
270-259-9298
Mi Camino Real
208 W White Oak St
27-230-1067
CHARLIE NASH MATT NASH
Owner/Operator
Sales/Shop
NASHCAR
808 West White Oak Street
Hwy. 62 West
Leitchfield,
Kentucky 42754
www.nashcarauto.com
Monday-Saturday
8 am - 5 pm
Phone: (270) 259-5721
After Hours By Appotinment
Linel D. Galloway
Holwager, Dmd
1919 Elizabethtown Rd.
Leitchfield, Ky 42754
•270-259-3232•
Moonshiner’s Grill
121 W Main St
270-287-8799
Mr. Gatti’s
259n S Main St
270-259-5332
Papa John’s Pizza
701 S Main St
270-259-9666
Pizza Hut
494 Southgate Mall
270-259-9351
Rough River Pizza
Company and Inn
400 N Main St
27-971-1561
Sandy’s
509 Mill St
270-259-3253
Sonic Drive In
1479 Elizabethtown Rd
270-287-0003
Hours:
Monday Friday
8 am - 5 pm
Saturday
8 am - Noon
406 W. Main St.
Clarkson, KY 42726
(270) 242-2262
Subway
721 S Main St
270-259-4999
Taco Bell
802 S Main St
270-259-2857
Wendy’s
715 S Main St
27-259-0530
Caneyville Area
Restaurants
Dairy Barn
601 Morgantown St
270-879-6941
Clarkson Area
Restaurants
K’s Cafe
102 W Main St
270-242-9904
Moutardier Resort and
Marina
1990 Moutardier Rd
270-286-4069
Nolin Lake Lodge & Inside
Out Grill
14088 Peonia Rd
270-971-4309
Ponderosa Boat Dock &
Restaurant
865 Ponderosa Rd
270-242-7215
Redneck Ranch
117 W Short St
270-242-1076
Falls of Rough Area
Restaurants
Grayson’s Landing
Restaurant
450 Lodge Road
270-257-2311
Rough River General Store
& Restaurant
14005 Falls of Rough Road
270-257-2245
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Rough River Lake
A dam was built on Rough
River to help control flooding
in the Ohio River Valley. The
dam is 135 feet high, 1,500
feet long, and 819 feet wide
at the base. Rough River Lake
covers 5,000 acres, with a
shoreline of 221 miles. Fishing
in Rough River Lake includes
bass, bluegill, catfish, crappie,
rough fish, and walleye.
Rough River Dam State
Resort Park has a lodge with
rooms, cottages, marina, and
campgrounds with electricity
and water hook-ups.
Call 800-325-1713 for more
information.
M & D’s Marina & Service Center: 346 Cave Road,
Leitchfield - 270-259-4859
Rough River Boat Dock: 450
Lodge Road, Falls of Rough 270-257-2311
Nolin River Lake
The 5,795-acre Nolin River
Lake provides recreational
opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming, camping, picnicking, hunting, and relaxing.
With miles of scenic shoreline
and cool, clear water, Nolin is
the perfect summer getaway.
The lake has an abundance of
bass, catfish, crappie, and walleye for great fishing.
Moutardier Marina: 1990
Moutardier Road, Leitchfield 270-286-4069
Ponderosa Boat Dock: 856
Ponderosa Road, Clarkson 270-242-7215
Wax Marina: 14008 Peonia
Road, Clarkson - 270-242-7205
Pine Knob Theatre
Open Friday and Saturday
Nights from June through
September, the Pine Knob
Outdoor Theatre hosts live
dramas performed in a 500seat theatre in Pine Knob, KY.
For show and festival listings,
call 270-879-8190 or visit
www.pineknob.com.
Leitchfield Aquatic Center
Located at 201 E. Carroll
Gibson Blvd. in Leitchfield,
Leitchfield Aquatic Center
features a lazy river, lap lanes,
free river tubes, play features,
floating lily pads, a three-story
water slide, a zero-depth entry
pool, a separate tot pool, and a
diving area.
For more information, call
270-259-4420 or visit www.
LeitchfieldAquaticCenter.com
or facebook.com/LeitchfieldAquaticCenter.com.
Grayson County Bluegrass Opry
The Grayson County Bluegrass Opry promotes bluegrass
music with free shows on the
first and third Saturday nights
of the month from October
through May at the old Judicial Building in Leitchfield.
Leitchfield Aquatic Center offers fun for all ages.
The Falls Golf Club
The Falls Golf Club is located on the historic Green Farm
in scenic Falls of Rough. The
Falls Golf Club offers superior
golf for all levels of play. Call
to reserve tee time at 270-8793115.
The Falls ATV Park
See over 1,200 acres of
trailes on the historic Green
Farm on the banks of Rough
River Lake. Daily rates are
available with concessions,
playground equipment, and a
picnic area on site.
For more information, call
270-879-3115.
The Jack Thomas Band
played a set of classic
tunes that got NolinFest
attendees on the dance
floor at NolinFest 2015,
held at Nolin River
Lake’s Moutardier
Recreation Area.
Bands come from far
and wide to play at
the Grayson County
Bluegrass Opry.
Youth sports
realize the idea is to get the
ball into the net. Parents
are welcome on the field to
assist in the process.
The under-six players play
3-on-3 games with kick-offs
at the start and at half-time
of each game. Players learn
not to use their hands and
have throw-ins. Penalties are
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stopped to address incorrect
actions.
Under-eight teams play
5-on-5 games with goalies
being used and corner kicks
being introduced. Basic penalties are called and players
learn about the box. Team
play is emphasized, but not
really expected.
Under-10 teams play 7-on7 games with offsides calls
being introduced. Players
should be familiar with all
aspects of the game when
they age out of this group.
The under-14 group plays
11-on-11 and all rules and
concepts, including all penalties, should be learned and
will be enforced.
GCYC offers a website
where registration forms
and other information is
60601105
For parents looking for an
organized sports program
in which to enroll their
children, Grayson County
has a number of programs
available which should be of
interest.
Since Clarkson opened its
community park, the number of programs available
has increased dramatically,
with youth soccer and baseball taking center stage.
Grayson County Youth
Soccer (GCYC) offers
spring and fall leagues for
boys and girls from four
and under on up to 14 and
under. The emphasis in this
league is for kids to have
fun while learning the game
of soccer.
At the earliest ages, children are learning to kick
and chase the ball and to
available. Go to www.graysoncosoccer.com to view
their site.
Baseball and softball
programs for boys and girls
ages 4-12 are also available
in Clarkson. Park director
Kevin Johnston administers
these programs and he can
be reached at 270-5281563
(cell), or 270-287-9375
(home). You can also contact Clarkson City Hall at
270-242-6997 for information.
Tee-Ball teams are formed
for youngsters age 4-7. A
boys 7-8-year-old league
and a girl’s 9-under softball
league plays a schedule of
games during which the
pitching is done by machine.
Boys teams for ages
9-10 and 11-12 play games
with live pitching. All the
teams are affiliated with
the nationwide Cal Ripken
League. Sign-ups for all the
leagues begin near the end
of February or the beginning of March, with play
beginning near the end of
April or the beginning of
May.
Following the regular
schedule, the leagues hold
tournaments and select AllStar teams which then go
on to compete at the district
and state levels.
Johnston is also in charge
of the county-wide Junior
Pro Basketball League,
which forms leagues for
boys and girls in three age
groups, 7-9, 10-11, and
12-13-years. The teams play
their games at three different elementary schools,
Lawler, Caneyville and
Clarkson.
Sign-ups for Junior Pro
Basketball begin in September with the first games
being played near the
beginning of November and
continuing into January.
Contact Johnston for more
info about this program.
The City of Caneyville
recently opened its new
community park with two
new ball fields. Contact
Caneyville City Hall at 270879-9701 for info about the
summer programs available.
The City of Leitchfield
offers slow-pitch softball
at its complex in James D.
Beville Park. Leagues beginning at 9 & under on up to
16 & under are formed in
the spring and play a slate
of games in affiliation with
the American Softball Association (ASA).
Tournaments are held
after the regular season and
All-Star teams are formed
in each division with the
opportunity to advance to
the national level.
Jose Soto is the commissioner of baseball for the
city of Leitchfield and can
be reached at 270-259-6127.
The city currently offers
youth baseball at its field
behind Wilkey Elementary
School during the summer
months, but a new complex
is under development that
will expand the programs.
Contact Soto or Leitchfield
City Hall at 270-259-4034
for more info.
Tennis programs are
offered each summer and
fall for all ages. Long-time
high school tennis coach,
Sherry Vincent, administers
the programs.
Four Cougar Tennis
Camps are held each summer for beginners and experienced players alike. The
camps stress fundamentals
for the younger players and
work on increasing the skills
of the older players. There
is a fee involved for these
camps and each camper
receives a T-Shirt and can
win weekly awards.
Vincent also organizes a
Community Adult League
which plays matches on
Tuesday evenings in the fall.
Contact Vincent at 270-8703245 for info concerning
these programs.
The county also offers
Junior Pro Football, a league
playing tackle football for
players ages 7 through 11.
teams are formed at each
elementary school in the
county and play their games
on weekends beginning in
September. Contact the
schools for info about these
teams.
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Agriculture
Average acres of farm: 140 acres
Number of operators: 2,000
Average age of farmer: 58
Average Ag Income in the County:
$32,000
Crops in County:
There are roughly 200,000 acres of
farmland in Grayson Co. (numbers in
parenthesis indicate state ranking).
13,000 acres of soybeans (35)
13,000 acres of corn (34)
45,000 acres of forage ground (including hay and pasture) (13)
500 acres of commercial horticulture
(vegetables, fruit, nursery) (46)
40,000 Cattle and calves (22)
22,000 beef cows
700 milk cows (23)
300 acres of Burley Tobacco
351,000 Broilers (poultry) (26)
88,000 Layers (poultry) (7)
How has agriculture changed over
years:
The landscape of agriculture in Grayson County has changed throughout the
years due in large part to the changing
tobacco economy. After the tobacco
buyout of 2001, many farmers diversified their operations to a forage and
livestock enterprise. There has also
been a large push in recent years in
commercial horticulture due to the local
food movement.
Agriculture and the University of
Kentucky Cooperative Extension
Service:
The UK Cooperative Extension
service is the most comprehensive
outreach and engagement program at
the University of Kentucky. Through
our partnership with The UK College
of Agriculture, Food & Environment,
it allows for research and educational
efforts developed at UK to be brought
Did you know?
Grayson County is ranked
39th in total ag production in
Kentucky.
to a grassroots level to be demonstrated
and implemented. Everything in Extension is done with the farmer’s best interest in mind. The Cooperative Extension
Service in Grayson County provides
great services for farmers such as: soil
sampling, plant disease diagnostics,
weed and insect ID, on-farm education
and research, and access to extension
specialists in all agriculture fields. Cooperative extension does its best to extend
knowledge and change lives of Grayson
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What is 4-H? 4-H is a youth organization committed to building outstanding leaders with marketable skills to
succeed in today’s global society. 4-H
empowers youth to reach their full
potential, working and learning in
partnership with caring adults. Head,
Heart, Hands, and Health are the four
H’s in 4-H which represent the four values members work on through fun and
engaging programs.
4-H benefits youth in a variety of
ways regardless of background, socioeconomic status, race or gender. Positive youth development studies have
affirmed that compared to other youth,
young people involved in 4-H are about:
Four times more likely to contribute
to their communities.
Two times more likely to be civically
active.
Two times more likely to make
healthier lifestyle choices.
Two times more likely to go to college.
And so much more!
Grayson County 4-H provides varieties of opportunities for youth from
after school/community clubs like
Shooting Sports, Horse Club, Teen
Club (middle and high school aged
youth), Crafts, Sewing, and Cooking, as well as Special Interest Clubs
that are shorter term, day camps, 4-H
Camp, in school programs, and the list
goes on! 4-H age starts at 9 for things
like the events that have competitions
like State Fair, Horse Show, and Shooting Sports competitions, but youth
can start as early as 5 years old in the
Cloverbud program. Information on
programs and enrollment forms can be
found on the website, graysonext.org.
Kindra Ewing Jones is the Grayson
County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth
Development, or better known to
many of the youth in the community,
“The 4-H Lady,” and can be reached at
270-259-3492. Join us and join in the
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encourages individuals to
lead a healthy lifestyle, by
providing weekly classes
and resources to participants seeking a healthier
way of life. Taking Ownership of Your Diabetes
is a series that focuses
on teaching participants
about the basics of this
disease and how to control
it. It is beneficial to both
those with Diabetes and
those caring for someone
with Diabetes. Lastly, with
more and more families
working to save money
and be more environmentally friendly, Green Cleaning 101 teaches families
how to make and use their
own cleaning products in
a safe, environmentally
friendly manner.
Natalie Taul, Grayson
County Extension Agent
for Family and Consumer
Sciences is available to
teach classes at a variety
of places throughout the
community. She will travel
to churches, local employers, community halls/centers, schools, anywhere!
She works on a flexible
schedule and will do her
best to accommodate your
needs. Contac Natalie at
270-259-3492 to discuss
classes that you may be
interested in! The Grayson
County Extension service
works to bring this community the most up to
date, research based information and education from
the University of Kentucky
geared toward improving
the quality of life for all
Kentuckians!
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Family and Consumer
Sciences (FCS), formerly
known to county Extension offices across the
state as Home Economics,
is a modernized science
of improving the quality
of individual and family
life through education,
research, and outreach.
That is the mission of
Grayson County Extension Family and Consumer
Science. This multidisciplinary field focuses on
building assets of individuals and families to address
problems faced across the
lifespan. Grayson County
FCS Extension is committed and focused on
enabling individuals and
families to develop capacity for strengthening families and building community for our ever changing
society.
FCS Educational programs are geared toward
both adults and children.
Programs are focused on
the following 7 initiatives:
making healthy lifestyle
choices, nurturing families, embracing life as you
age, securing financial stability, promoting healthy
homes and communities,
accessing nutritious food,
and empowering community leaders. A variety of classes have been
offered in Grayson County
including (but not limited
to) Get it Off Grayson
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Green Cleaning 101. Get
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Area Churches
Anneta United Baptist
Anneta United Baptist Church
has services on the first
Saturday of the month at 7
p.m., and the following Sunday
at 11 a.m. and the third and
fifth Sunday at 11 a.m. with
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
Prayer services Tuesday at
7 p.m. Pastor Bro. Thomas
Meredith.
Antioch Christian
Antioch Christian Church,
4 miles east of Big Clifty on
Highway 1168, has Sunday
School services every Sunday
morning at 10 a.m. Church
services are held the second
and fourth Sunday of each
month at 11 a.m. Bro. Ned
Byers of Summit is the pastor.
Antioch General Baptist
Antioch General Baptist has
church services and business
meeting the first Saturday
night of each month at 7 p.m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
and worship services at 11 a.m.
every Sunday. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Located on Highway 88 (Peonia
Road) 2 miles South of Peonia.
Beech Grove United Baptist
Beech Grove United Baptist
Church has services the
second Saturday at 7 p.m.; the
following Sunday at 11 a.m.,
and the Sunday following the
fourth Saturday at 11 a.m.
Pastor Bro. Mike Lindsey.
Everyone is welcome.
Big Clifty Church of Christ
The Big Clifty Church of Christ,
located at 259 Cemetery Road,
has Sunday services at 5 p.m.
The first Sunday is Bible study
using videotapes. Services
the second and fourth Sunday
nights. The third Sunday we
have a guest speaker.
Big Clifty United Methodist
Big Clifty United Methodist
has services at 8:30 a.m with
Sunday school following at
9:30 a.m. Located on Main St.
in Big Clifty. Pastor Bro. Delmer
Williams.
Bloomington Baptist
Bloomington Baptist Church,
located at 1154 Bloomington
Road, invites you to attend
Wednesday night services at
7 p.m. and Sunday services at
10 a.m.. Pastor Doug Edwards
invites everyone to attend.
Bolton Missionary Baptist
Services at the Bolton Schoolhouse Missionary Baptist
Church in Hart County are
the first and third Saturday at
7 p.m. and the first and third
Sunday at 11 a.m. Also on each
fifth Sunday at 11 a.m. Terry
Priddy, pastor.
Broadway Missionary Baptist
Broadway Missionary Baptist
Church has Sunday School at
10 a.m. followed by worship
services at 11 a.m. every first
and third Sunday every month.
Also church services the third
Saturday night at 7 p.m. Pastor
Wayne Wells.
Calvert Community
Calvert Community Church
in Breckinridge County off
Hwy 737, invites you to join us.
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
Worship services at 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Wednesday night
at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Kenneth
Smiley, Jr.
Calvary Baptist Church
Calvary Baptist Church,
Highway 259 & 110, McDaniels,
has Sunday School at 9:45
a.m., following by worship
service at 11 a.m., and evening
service at 5p.m. Prayer service
on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor
David Lupex.
Caney Creek United Baptist
Caney Creek United Baptist
Church has services every first
Saturday at 7 p.m. and first
Sunday at 11 a.m., and the third
Sunday at 11 a.m.
Caneyville Baptist Church
Caneyville Baptist Church,
Highway 62, has services
every Sunday with Sunday
School at 9:40 a.m., worship
service at 10:45 a.m., evening
worship service at 5 p.m., and
Wednesday night Bible study at
6 p.m. For more info call 8798913. Pastor Bro. Paul Childers.
Caneyville Church of God
The Caneyville Church of God
of Prophecy, 3 miles south on
Highway 185. Sunday School
at 10 a.m., worship at 11 a.m.
(Children’s Church first and
third Sundays), and Sunday
evening services at 6 p.m.
Tuesday prayer meeting at 10
a.m. and Wednesday services
at 7 p.m. Pastor Lyresa Ashley.
Caneyville Christian
Caneyville Christian Church
has Sunday School at 10 a.m.
with worship services at 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m.
Caneyville Cumberland
Presbyterian
Caneyville Cumberland
Presbyterian Church offers
services each Sunday. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. and worship
services at 11 a.m. Bro. Steven
Smith. The church is located
behind the post office in
Caneyville.
Caneyville Outreach of Jesus
Christ
Caneyville Outreach of Jesus
Christ, 2 miles north of
Caneyville on Highway 79, has
regular services each Sunday
at 6:30 p.m.
Cave Hill Church
Cave Hill Church has church
services at 5:30 p.m. every
Sunday evening. Pastor Wavie
Pierce welcomes everyone. For
info, call 270-879-9447.
Chapel Union Missionary
Baptist
Chapel Union Missionary
Baptist Church, Welches Creek,
Ky., has Sunday School at 10
a.m., with worship service at 11
a.m. Wednesday night prayer
service at 7 p.m. Pastor Bro.
Clinton White.
Christian Home
Christian Home Church has
Sunday services the 2nd
and 4th weekend at 11 a.m.
Saturday night service at 7
p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Pastor is Stanley Whitaker.
Church of God
1548 Anneta Road, Highway
259 South, in Leitchfield, has
Sunday School at 10 a.m. and
worship at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
on Sundays. Youth Services on
Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. The
new Pastor is Rick Daugherty.
Church of God of Prophecy
Services at the Church of God
of Prophecy, 808 Grayson St.,
are: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.;
Worship Service at 10:30 a.m;
Children’s Church: Second,
third and fourth Sundays;
Tuesday 10 a.m. Prayer
Meeting; Wednesday night
Bible Study and Youth Service
at 6 p.m. Pastor Jason Austin.
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints, 607 So.
Clinton St., in Leithcfield, has
services beginning at 9 a.m.
and Sunday School at 10 a.m.
270-366-3801.
Church of Joy
Community Church of Joy
located at 100 Schoolhouse
Road next to the G.C. High
School and Lawler Elementary.
Upbeat contemporary style of
worship on Sunday morning.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.;
Worship service at 10:30 a.m.;
Wednesday night service at
6:30 p.m.
Claggett United Baptist
Claggett United Baptist Church
on Highway 54 meets on the
first Saturday night at 7 p.m.,
the following Sunday at 11 a.m.
and the third Sunday at 11 a.m..
Pastor Bro. Wayne Tomes.
Clarkson Baptist
Clarkson Baptist Church
invites you to their services at
the following times: Sunday
School Bible Study at 9:15,
Sunday Morning Worship at
10:30 a.m., Sunday Evening
Worship at 6 p.m., Children &
Youth Discipleship at 6 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting at
6 p.m.. Located at 5115 E-town
Road in Clarkson. (270) 2424567.
Clarkson Community Church
We are now on Hwy. 62, next to
Mid-Way Propane in Clarkson.
Our services begin with Sunday
School at 10 a.m., followed by
worship at 11 a.m. Wednesday
night services begin at 7 p.m.
Pastor Curtis Decker, wife
Melissa, along with the church
family and friends would be
honored for you to come and
be with us. Hope to see you
soon.
Clarkson United Methodist
Come join us! Sunday
School at 10 a.m. followed
by worship service at 11 a.m.
Prayer meeting on the first
Wednesday of each month at
6 p.m. followed by a fellowship
meal. Located behind Clarkson
Furniture. Pastor Johnnie Long.
Gary Logsdon
Judge Executive
Clay Ratley
County Attorney
The Grayson County Fiscal Court
Harold Johnson
1st District Magistrate
Gary Presto
2nd District Magistrate
Bill Skaggs
3rd District Magistrate
Brad Brown
5th District Magistrate
Curtis Wells
6th District Magistrate
Randy “Jason” Dennis
4th District Magistrate
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Clearview Baptist
Pastor Chessie Shartzer and
the congregation would like
to welcome everyone. Sunday
School begins at 9:30 a.m.
with Sunday worship service
at 10:30 a.m. Sunday night
service at 6:30 p-.m. and
Wednesday night Youth Service
at 6 p.m. Listen to our services
on radio station 870 AM at 9
a.m.
Clinton Street Church of
Christ
Clinton Street Church of Christ,
506 N. Clinton St., meet on
Sundays at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
A “Peak of the Week” gathering
takes place on Wed. at 6 p.m.
For more info. call 259-2380.
Corinth Baptist
Corinth Baptist Church is
located on Highway 105 & 261
in McQuady. Services are held
at 8 a.m. (traditional), 9:15 and
10:30 a.m. (contemporary).
Sunday School is offered at the
9:15 and 10:30 services (lots
of classes to choose from) A
nursery and children’s church
activities are also provided
during these services.
Corinth Singles
Singles and Singles Again
on Saturday night fellowship
at Corinth Baptist Church in
McQuady, from 6-9 p.m. every
Saturday. Any questions call
Carol at 270-257-0891 or the
church at 756-0577.
Coyle Cumberland
Presbyterian Church
Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday
Worship Service at 11 a.m.
Sunday evening service at 6
p.m. and a Wednesday prayer
service at 7 p.m. Pastor, Rev.
Billy Carter.
Cross Covenant Church of
Leitchfield
Cross Covenant Church, 112
Oller Street, in Leitchfield,
has Sunday School beginning
at 9:30 a.m. Sunday service
starts at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday
night services start at 6:30
p.m. For more information, call
Tommy Pendergest at 287-1314.
Cross Point
Cross Point, 498 So. Main
St. in the Southgate Mall,
in Leitchfield, has worship
services each Sunday at 10:30
a.m.
East Fairview General
Baptist
The East Fairview General
Baptist Church, Highway 505
in Cromwell, has services every
Wednesday at 7 p.m., the first
Wednesday of every month
is Nursing Home service at
Professional Care nursing
home at 6:30 p.m. Sunday
School is at 10 a.m. every
Sunday with Sunday worship
at 11 a.m. and Sunday night
services at 6 p.m. Pastor is Carl
Decker Jr.
End Times Pentecostal
Church
The End Times Pentecostal
Church, a new church on Hwy.
62, in Caneyville across next
to the funeral home, will have
services at 10:30 open Sunday.
Pastor Barry Johnson and
Minister Samuel Johnson.
English Street Baptist
English Street Baptist Church,
located at 221 English St., has
services every second and
fourth Sunday. Sunday School
at 10 a.m. Worship services
at 11 a.m. Pastor Rev. Gerald
Offuit.
Eveleigh Independent
Eveleigh Independent, 6674
Brandenburg Rd. (Highway
259N), Leitchfield, has Sunday
School at 10 a.m., worship
service at 11 a.m., Sunday
night service at 6 p.m. with
youth classes, and Wednesday
service at 6:30 p.m. with youth
classes. Pastor Joe Watson,
(270) 259-2466 or (270) 5890241.
Falls of Rough Church
Falls of Rough Church, Highway
79 between Rough River
State Park and Short Creek
has Sunday worship services
at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday
School at 9:45 a.m., and prayer
meeting every Wednesday at 6
p.m. Pastor Roger Allen.
FBC Leitchfield
FBC Leitchfield…a church for
the Twin Lakes region, 106 E.
Walnut St., invites you to join
us on Sundays at 10 a.m. for
worship. Adult Sunday School/
LIFE Groups, youth (grades
6-8) and children meet at 8:45
a.m. Youth (middle through
high school) meet on Sunday
evenings at 6 p.m. in the Youth
Building. Call 259-4076 for
more info.
First Cumberland
Presbyterian Church
First Cumberland Presbyterian
Church, 501 W. Chestnut St, in
McDaniels has Sunday School
at 10 a.m., Sunday worship
11 a.m., Sunday youth group
5 p.m., Wed. prayer service
6:30 p.m., and children’s
ministries 6:30 p.m. Pastor
Harry Hertel, 270-257-0606.
Food commodities given out
Thurs 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Clothes
Closet open Thurs. 11 a.m.- 1
p.m. Located at Highways 79
and 105.
Holly Baptist
Holly Baptist Church holds
services each Sunday. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Preaching
service at 11 a.m. Bible study
each Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Pastor Allen Johnson.
Holy Trinity Lutheran
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
has church services at 10:30
a.m. and Sunday School at
9:30 a.m. every Sunday. The
church is located on 889 Lilac
Road. Monty Geitz is the pastor.
For info. call 259-9241.
Hopewell Missionary Baptist
Hopewell Missionary Baptist
Church has regular church the
second Sundayand the fourth
Saturday and Sunday, rule by
Sundays. Pastor, Chris Cann.
Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday
at 11 a.m.
Jesus Christ Name Holiness
Church
Jesus Christ Name Holiness
Church, 432 Kelly Street, in
Leitchfield, has services every
Sunday at 2 p.m.. Everyone is
welcome. Pastor, Bro. David
Johnson.
Leitchfield Christian
Leitchfield Christian Church,
a non-denominational New
Testament-based Christian
Church, 117 West Walnut Street
(phone 259-3869) invites you
Leitchfield, has Sunday School
at 9:45, worship service at 10
a.m. Bible study on Sundays at
6 p.m. 270-259-3835. Bro. Jim
Butler, Pastor.
Fox Run Church
Fox Run Church has Sunday
School at 10 a.m. and worship
service at 11 a.m. Pastor Jimmy
Snyder.
Free Zion General Baptist
Free Zion General Baptist
Church has Sunday School at
10 a.m., with worship service
at 11 a.m. and Thursday nights
at 7 p.m.
God’s Way Church
God’s Way Church, 307 W.
Market St., has Sunday School
at 10 a.m., followed by worship
service at 11 a.m. Also: Bible
Study on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Pastor Tim Gage 230-2372.
Gospel Light Missionary
Baptist Church
Gospel Light Missionary
Baptist Church in Caneyville
has Sunday School at 10 a.m.,
and worship service at 11 a.m
every Sunday. Church services
the first and third Sunday of
each month at 6 p.m. Bible
Study every Wednesday at 7
p.m.
Grayson Manor Nursing
Home
Bro. Billy Mason, Chaplain
of Grayson Manor Nursing
Home, holds a service every
Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
in the lunchroom. Everyone is
welcome to attend.
Hanging Rock Baptist
Hanging Rock Baptist Church
has Sunday School at 10 a.m.
and worship service at 11 a.m.
every Sunday.
Hilltop Christian Fellowship
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Leitchfield Seventh-Day
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Leitchfield Seventh-Day
Adventist Church located at the
corner of Sunbeam Road and
Chestnut has services every
Saturday. Sabbath School is
10:30 a.m. and Worship Service
is at 11:30 a.m. Pastor Jarrett
Brown. For more info. call (270)
757-1419 or 259-3863.
Leitchfield United Methodist
Contemporary Sunday Service
at 8:30 a.m., Sunday school
for all ages at 9:30 a.m. and
our blended worship service at
10:45a.m.. Every month with
5th Sunday – one service at
10:30 a.m. Wednesday Nights
is J.A.M. (Jesus And Me) for
pre-school – 5th Grade and
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6:15p.m. Pastor David Harting.
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English.
Liberty Baptist
Liberty Baptist Church, on
Shrewsbury Rd., has Sunday
School at 10 a.m., followed by
worship service at 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Wednesday: Adult prayer
meeting at 6:30 p.m. Bro. Jerry
Netherland, Pastor. For more
info., call 259-9290.
Lilac Road Church of Christ
Once again our nation has
taken a step toward Satan
and away from God. At the
Lilac Road church of Christ,
we will continue to preach
and practice what the Bible
teaches. We invite those who
want to do the same to come
and worship with us. Times
of services: Sunday, 9:30
a.m. Bible study, 10:30 a.m.
worship, 5 p.m. worship, and
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Bible study.
At 1687 Lilac Road, Leitchfield,
KY 42754.
Little Church
The Little Church will be having
Sunday services at 11 a.m. on
the second Sunday night at 6
p.m. The church is located at
7800 Shrewsbury Rd., Highway
187, beside the Town & Country
Furniture Store. Pastor, Bro.
William Dodson and the
congregation invite everyone
to attend. For more info, call
879-9093.
Little Clifty Baptist
Little Clifty Baptist Church
located at 2575 Little Clifty
Church Road near Peter Cave
area of Rough River Lake invite
you to worship with us. Sunday
School begins at 10 a.m.
followed by morning worship
service at 11 a.m., Church
Training at 6 p.m., evening
worship at 7 p.m. and Wed.
night prayer service at 7 p.m.
Little Clifty United
Methodist
Little Clifty United Methodist
Church has services every
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. with
Bro. Johnnie Long. Sunday
School following at 10:30
a.m. Everyone is welcome and
invited to attend. Location: off
224E. on to 1168 at the corner
of Little Clifty Church Rd.
Little Flock Missionary
Baptist
The Little Flock Missionary
Baptist Church has regular
services on the first.d and
fifth Sunday. Bro. Terry Priddy,
pastor. Sunday School starts at
10 a.m., with church services
at 11 a.m. The church is
located approx. 7 miles east of
Clarkson on Highway 224.
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Little Light Missionary Baptist
Church meeting days are:
second and fourth Sundays at
10 a.m. CST, and the Saturday
evening of the 4th Sunday
weekend at 6:30 p.m. CST.
The Church is located at 373
Main St., Big Clifty, behind the
Wilson & Muir Bank.
Lone Star Church of Christ
Lone Star Church of Christ
Service times: Sunday Bible
Study 9:45, worship services at
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday
night. Wednesday night service
at 7 p.m. Located at 13389 Falls
of Rough Rd. (Highway 79).
Brian Gregory, minister.
McGrew Memorial General
Baptist
McGrew Memorial General
Baptist Church on McGrew
Church Road has services the
second and fourth Saturday of
each month at 7 p.m. Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m. Worship
services at 11 a.m. except the
fifth Sunday. Prayer services
every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Rev.
Charlie Smith, pastor, 8798326.
Mercy Missionary Baptist
Mercy Missionary Baptist
Church has services every
Sunday. Sunday school begins
at 10 a.m., church services
start at 11 a.m., Sunday night
services begin at 6 p.m., Wed.
night services begin at 6:30
p.m., and services every fourth
Saturday at 6 p.m.
Millwood Community
Millwood Community Church
is having services the first
Sunday night of every month at
6 p.m., and the third Saturday
of the month at 7 p.m.
Millwood Missionary Baptist
Millwood Missionary Baptist
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to Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
and worship at 10:45 a.m. on
Sunday. Nursery provided.
Youth program meets on
Tuesday at 6 p.m. with Bible
lessons, games, songs. Adult
Bible study on Wednesday
in Fellowship Hall at 10 a.m.
Minister, Lee Schroerlucke.
Leitchfield Church of God
Leitchfield Church of God,
259 S. Anneta Rd, has Sunday
school at 10 a.m., with
worship service at 11 a.m.; and
Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m.
and Youth Services and Adult
Bible Studies on Wednesday
at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Rev. Rick
Daugherty.
Leitchfield First Cumberland
Presbyterian
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
with refreshments to follow.
Worship service at 11 a.m. with
Sister Brenda Wilson, pastor.
Located at 501 W. Chestnut
Street. For more info., call 2593835.
Leitchfield First General
Baptist Church
Leitchfied First General Baptist
Church, Highway 62 West, has
services on Wednesday at 6:30
p.m., Sunday School at 9:45
a.m. and Worship Services at
10:45 a.m. Pastor, Bro. David
Clark and the congregation
invite you to come and be a
part.
Leitchfield Landmark
Missionary Baptist Church
Leitchfield Landmark
Missionary Baptist Church, at
116 West Main St., one block
west of the court house on the
left. Services start at 10:00
a.m. each Sunday, with 11:00
a.m. worship, 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday. Bro. John Hart,
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Church Sunday School is at 10
a.m., worship service at 11 a.m.,
Wed. night Bible study at 6
p.m., WMU third Wed. at 6 p.m.
Rev. Charlie Love, pastor.
Mt. Vernon Cumberland
Presbyterian Church
Mt. Vernon Cumberland
Pesbyterian Church, north
of Leitchfield on 259, offer
services every Sunday, 10 a.m.
Sunday School with church
service following at 11 a.m. Rev.
Bill Macy.
Mulberry Flats United
Baptist Church
Mulberry Flats United Baptist
Church services are held on the
first Sunday at 11 a.m. following
the first Saturday night, and
the third Saturday night at 7
p.m. and the following Sunday
at 11 a.m. Sunday school is held
each week at 10 a.m. Rev. Blake
Newton is pastor.
New Freedom Church
New Freedom Church and Bro.
Buddy Brooks, Pastor, has
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
and services at 10:45 a.m. on
Sunday. Everyone is welcome
to come and worship.
New Harmony United Baptist
New Harmony United Baptist
Church has services the first
Sunday of each month at 11
a.m., the third Saturday at 7
p.m. and following Sunday at
11 a.m. Bro. Randy Meredith,
pastor.
New Harvest Baptist Church
Come worship with us at New
Harvest Baptist Church, 815
No. Main St., Caneyville, has
Bible study Sunday School
9:15 a.m., morning worship at
10:30 a.m.; adult choir practice
at 5:30 p.m., evening worship
service at 6:30 p.m. On
Tuesday, “Operation Comfort”
at 10 a.m., all quilters,
crocheters, knitters welcome.
On Wesnesday, Youth worship
at 6:30 p.m., and prayer
service at 6:30 p.m.
New Hope General Baptist
New Hope General Baptist
Church at Sadler has Sunday
School every week at 9:30 a.m.
with church service at 11 a.m.
Also services on the Saturday
before the second Sunday at 7
p.m. Bro. Neil Carnes, pastor.
New Hope Missionary
Baptist
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church on Hwy 79 North has
regular services each Sunday.
Sunday School begins at 10
a.m. and worship service at 11
a.m. Bro.
New Life Apostolic United
Pentecostal Church
New Life Apostolic United
Pentecostal Church is located
at 510 N. Clinton, Leitchfield.
James Thornton, Pastor.
Sunday morning service at 10
a.m., Sunday evening service
at 6 p.m., and the mid-week
service is held on Wed. at 7
p.m. If you should need a ride,
please call (in advance) 270200-1463.
New Life Assembly of God
New Life Assembly of God
Church located on Highway
259 north. Pastor Rev. Tony
Redmon. Sunday school at 10
a.m., Sunday morning worship
at 11 a.m., and Sunday evening
at 6 p.m. Mid-week worship on
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Those
in need of a ride call 734-9022.
Nothing Fancy Holiness
Church
Nothing Fancy Holiness Church
will have service every Sunday
at 1:30 p.m. James Fletcher,
preacher. Located 11 miles
south of Leitchfield on Highway
259 across from Ralph’s
Market.
Oak Grove Missionary
Baptist
Oak Grove Missionary Baptist
Church meets on the second
Sunday at 11 a.m. and the
Saturday night before at 7 p.m.
and on the fourth Sunday at 11
a.m. Everyone is welcome. Bro.
Thomas Meredith, Pastor.
Old Time Holiness House of
God
Services at the Old Time
Holiness House of God on
McGrew Church Road in Anneta
are held on Sundays at 5 p.m.
with Bro. Howard Robertson.
Everyone is welcome.
Pilgrim Missionary Baptist
Pilgrim Missionary Baptist
Church located off Concord
and Duff Road. Sunday school
starts at 9:45 a.m. Worship
services start at 11 a.m.
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Church services at the
Pleasant Union United Baptist
Church are held the fourth
Saturday night at 6 p.m. and
the following Sunday morning
at 11 a.m.. Also on the Sunday
following the second Saturday
at 11 a.m. Sunday School each
Sunday at 10 a.m. Bro. Blake
Newton, Pastor. The church
welcomes everyone.
Pleasant Valley United
Baptist Church
Pleasant Valley United Baptist
Church, near Millwood, will
have services every second and
fourth Saturday at 7 p.m. and
the following Sunday at 11 a.m..
Vernon Johnson, pastor.
Pleasant View Missionary
Baptist Church
Pleasant View Missionary
Baptist Church on Caney Creek
Church Road will have services
every Sunday. Sunday School
at 10 a.m., worship service
at 11 a.m. No services on the
fifth Sunday. Pastor Bro. J. H.
Manion. Everyone welcome.
Potter’s Hope Ministries
Potter’s Hope Ministries, 135
Commerce Dr., 270-287-9117.
Pastor Wayne Clemons. www.
pottershope.com. Sundays:
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for
all ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning
Worship Service; 6 p.m.
Evening Service; Children’s
Church is for ages 5-12 nursery provided. Monday:
Hope Group for 4o & under
with Bro. Wayne @ 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 6 p.m. Worship
Service. Saturday: Prayer
from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Adult
Grief Support Group, which
meets the second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month from
5 - 6:15 p.m., is free and open
to anyone who has lost a loved
one.
Providence General Baptist
Services every Sunday morning
at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 10
a.m. Highway 259 South on
Providence Church Road. Bro.
Sonny Cockerel, Pastor.
Rabbit Flat Church
Rabbit Flat Church has services
every Wed. night at 7 p.m.
Sunday School is at 10 a.m.
and worship services are at
11 a.m. Sunday night services
are at 5 p.m. Pastor Bro. Bryan
Borth.
Short Creek United
Methodist
Come share with us in
worship at Short Creek United
Methodist Church, 10700
Owensboro Rd. Pastor: Bro.
Brent Loy. Sunday School at 10
a.m. with Worship Service at 11
a.m. Visit out website at www.
shortcreekumc.com.
Short Creek United
Missionary Baptist
Short Creek United Missionary
Baptist Church has regular
services the first Sunday of
each month at 11 a.m.., the
third Saturday at 6 p.m. and
the following Sunday at 11 a.m.
Everyone is welcome. Pastor
Bro. Steve Bledsoe.
Short Creek Cumberland
Presbyterian
The Short Creek Cumberland
Presbyterian Church has
church services at 9 a.m. and
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Pastor, Bro. Billy Carter invites
everyone to attend.
Shrewsbury General Baptist
Church
Church services every second,
fourth and fifth Sunday at 11
a.m. Pastor, Bro. Donald Webb
welcomes everyone.
Slatebank
Slatebank Church has services
the first and third weekend.
Saturday service at 7 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a.m.,
and church at 11 a.m.
Small’s Grove Church
Small’s Grove Church has
Sunday School at 10 a.m. and
worship service at. 11 a.m.
Special singing services on
the Saturday night before the
5th Sunday at 6 p.m. Pastor
Randall Deweese. Located
on Highway 62 2-1/2 west of
Caneyville.
Southside Christian Center
Southside Christian Center,
402 Morgantown Street,
Caneyville, has Sunday School
at 10 a.m. and church services
at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night Bible study at
7 p.m., and Wednesday night
services at 6:30 p.m. For more
info. call 879-8621.
Spring Lick General Baptist
Spring Lick General Baptist
Church has services Sunday at
10 a.m. Sunday School follows
service. Third Sunday night of
each month at 6 p.m. Pastor is
Bro. James Alvey.
St. Joseph Catholic Church
St. Joseph Catholic Church,
204 N. Main St., in Leitchfield,
has services on Saturdays at
4 p.m. and on Sundays at 7
a.m. and 11 a.m. For more info,
call 270-259-3028 or visit the
church’s website at stjosephch.
org. Pastor Tony Bickett. All are
welcome.
St. Luke’s Anglican Church
St. Luke’s worships from
the 1928 Book of Common
Prayer. We have services
every Sunday at 11 a.m. in the
Bloch Memorial Chapel, 1209
Fairview Ave., in Bowling Green.
Contact Rev. Lloyd Prescott at
270-904-2324.
Stones View United
Methodist
Stones View United Methodist
Church has Sunday School at
9:30 a.m. and worship services
at 11 a.m. every Sunday. Rev.
Billy Compton welcomes
everyone.
Sulphur Wells Missionary
Sulphur Wells Missionary
Church has services the
second Sunday at 11 a.m.,
fourth Saturday at 7 p.m., and
the fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
and every fifth Sunday. Pastor
Larry Bell.
Summit General Baptist
Church
Summit General Baptist
Church has Sunday School
at 10 a.m. EST and worship
service at 11 a.m. EST. Located
in Eastview off Highway 62.
Bro. Donald Hall, pastor.
Trinity Full Gospel
Trinity Full Gospel Church has
Sunday School at 10 a.m. and
morning worship service at 11
a.m. with Sunday night service
at 6:30 p.m. and Wed. night
service at 6:30 p.m. Pastor
Bro. Gerald Ellitt. Located on
Highway 737 between the Peter
Cave bridge and the Petticoat
Junction store.
Tri-Unity Holiness
Tri-Unity Holiness Church
located on Highway 259 North
of Leitchfield. Services held
every Saturday night at 6 p.m.
Pastor Randall Dennis.
True Song Bible
True Song Bible Church service
times are Sunday School at
10 a.m., worship services at 11
a.m., Sunday evening service
is at 6 p.m., Wed. night service
is at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Robert
Bailey. The church is located
in the “Multipurpose Building,”
behind the Ohio County Fire
Training Facility on Highway 62
West between Beaver Dam and
McHenry.
Unity Pentecostal
Unity Pentecostal Church, 329
South Broadway in Leitchfield
has services on Wednesday
at 7 p.m., Saturday at 7 p.m.,
Sunday School at 10 a.m. and
Sunday worship at 6 p.m.
Pastor Bro. Billy Hack.
Victory Heights Fellowship
Victory Heights Fellowship
Sunday School - 9 a.m.,
Sunday worship - 10 a.m. , Wed.
night prayer - 6:30 p.m. Pastor
Russell Seibert, 259-5550.
Victory Baptist
Victory Baptist Church, in
Horse Branch, has Sunday
School at 10 a.m., followed by
worship services at 11 a.m.
Walnut Grove Missionary
Baptist
Walnut Grove Missionary
Baptist Church on Walnut
Grove Road in Caneyville holds
regular services on Sunday
and Wednesday. Sunday
School starts at 10 a.m. and
worship services at 11 a.m.
Bible study starts at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday.
Wilson Home General
Baptist
Wilson Home General Baptist
Church, located off Highway 79
south of Caneyville on Bryant
Ridge Rd., has Sunday School
at 10 a.m. and worship service
at 11 a.m. Wed. night services
at 7 p.m. Pastor Joe Williams,
955-0030.
Wilson United Baptist
Wilson United Baptist Church,
located on the Terry Higgs Rd.
near Caneyville, has services
the first and third weekends;
Saturday at 7 p.m., and 11 a.m.
on Sunday morning. Pastor,
Bro. Rex Rush.
Women’s Missionary
The WMU includes groups for
all ages. The adult women’s
group meets the first Tuesday
of each month at 6 p.m.,
and “Children in Action” and
Acteens meet each Wed. night
at 6 p.m. Falls of Rough Baptist
Church, Highway 79 between
Rough River State Park and
Short Creek.
Wortham
Services at the Wortham
Church held every first and
third Sunday at 6 p.m.
County nursing homes
Grayson County offers multiple options for senior living.
Bee Hive Homes of Grayson County
laundry services; individual
and group activities; peace of
mind, comfort, and freedom.
For more information
about Bee Hive Homes, call
270-971-1232 or visit www.
beehivehomes.com.
Grayson Manor, located
at 505 East Lake Dr. in
Leitchfield, provides social
common areas, comfortable
rooms, 24-hour nursing attendance, and transportation
services. The facility offers
numerous on-site services,
such as CMT and CNA classes, IV therapy, diet services,
physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, O2
service, housekeeping and
laundry, complete kitchen
service, family buffet, and
church service for all denominations.
Grayson Manor offers
an enjoyable lifestyle with
special holiday events, 4th
of July fireworks, activities,
and a beauty shop. For more
information, call 270-2594028.
Spring View Health &
Rehab Center, located at
718 Goodwin Ln. in Leitchfield, is on a mission to
serve. A member of Adventist Care Centers, Adventist
Health System’s skilled
nursing connection, Spring
View Health & Rehab Center
believes God offers abundant
life. Whether you are seeking short-term rehabilitation
services or long-term care,
Spring View would love to
help you achieve a more
healthy, active, and joyful life.
Spring View offers a personalized, whole-person
approach to care that
includes mental, physical,
and spiritual well-being. The
staff’s wellness philosophy is
based on eight CREATION
health principles: Choice,
Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal
Relationships, Outlook, and
Nutrition. The CREATION
Health lifestyle has a long
and proven history of wellness and longevity worldwide
and is an important part of
the nursing and rehabilitation services Spring View
provides, helping its patients
and residents to live longer,
fuller lives. For more information on this philosophy,
visit www.creationhealth.
com.
Spring View provides a full
range of specialized therapy
and rehabilitation services,
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Bee Hive Homes of
Grayson County, located
at 1417 Brandenburg Rd. in
Leitchfield, offers a quality
home environment with professional services, staff, and
affordable living. The owners
take pride in their homes and
residents.
A member of the Assisted
Living Federation of America, Bee Hive Homes features
family-style living in a residential setting for the elderly.
The local home is a planned
environment, allowing for
16 to 17 residents to enjoy a
quality lifestyle with group
association.
Bee Hive Homes offers the
utmost privacy with individual bedrooms; a full, private bath that is handicapped
accessible; emergency call
system; a flat screen television with free cable; phone
hook-up; and wi-fi access.
Most important, they offer
24-hour staffing with exceptional elder care.
Bee Hive Homes provides
residents with medication
monitoring and charting;
home-cooked, dietitian
approved meals; assistance
with activities of daily living (per state regulations);
daily housekeeping services;
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including physical therapy, occupational
therapy, and speech-language pathology.
Its team is dedicated to meeting the
physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs of all of their residents. The
center’s skilled therapists utilize state-ofthe-art equipment and advanced therapy
approaches that maximize their patients’
abilities. Specializing in short-term rehabilitation stays, Spring View works with
its patients to regain the functional skills
and mobility needed to maximize each
individual’s potential for health, wellbeing, and quality of life.
In addition to therapeutic services,
Spring View Health & Rehab Center
offers the following services and amenities:
• 24-hour nursing care
• Wound care
• IV therapy
• Trach care
• Post-surgery care
• Respite care
• Alzheimer’s and dementia care
• Management of complex care needs
• Palliative care
• Individual restorative programs
• Long-term care
• Dietitian services
• Dietary manager
• Social services
• Discharge planning
• Religious services
• On-site chaplain
• Activity department
• On-site beautician
• Spiritual life committee
• Planned trips and recreation for all
For more information about Spring
View Health & Rehab Center, call
270-259-4036 or visit www.springviewhealth.com.
Spring View Health & Rehab Center employees work hard for their residents.
County Senior Center
Welcome to the Grayson County
Senior Center!
Open Monday through Friday
from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., the senior
center is a non-profit organization
that raises money through various
fundraisers, such as a Christmas
Bazaar in November, and the occasional donated quilt or other items
for which raffles are sold.
On Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays, the center hosts Bingo from
9:45 to 11:15. And on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, the center hosts Dominos or Yahtzee. The senior center
also has a pool table and some cornhole boards, and sometimes does
crafts. The center goes out to eat or
on small trips, occasionally, as well.
“We do have fun here,” said Verna
Fentress, of the Grayson County
Senior Center. “We invite you to
come and join us here at the center.”
Open to anyone 60 or above, the
Grayson County Senior Center
serves lunch from 11:30 to 12. Call
in advance for reservations. The
Grayson County Senior Center may
be reached at 270-259-4885.
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American Legion Post 81
American Legion
Post 81 is located at 415
Lee Avenue in Leitchfield, KY.
Post 81 hosts bingo
every Monday and Friday. Bingo is open to
the public, and doors
open at 5:00 p.m.
Early bird is held at
6:30 p.m., and bingo is
held at 7:00 p.m.
Post 81 also hosts
live bands on Saturday.
Doors open at 6:30. Call
post for details at 270259-6293.
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American Legion Post 81 takes part in and hosts numerous community events throughout the year.
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Bee Hive Homes of Grayson County
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more personalized attention than can
be found at the larger competitors
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Bee Hive Homes of Grayson County offers all this in beautiful,
comfortable surroundings that you’ll just have to see to appreciate.
Each spacious suite has its own private bath and the residents
can bring their own furniture or we can provide the furniture!
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