?Brooke Agan crowned Washington Co. Queen PDF Print E-mail
By Chancla LeMarr
Staff Writer
Green Banner Publications
The judges wasted not time making their final decision on the crowning of Miss Washington County 2008, Brooke Agan.

Agan said she was very happy and was looking forward to representing Washington County and being at the fair.

The Queens court was Haley Lashbrooks, third runner-up; Natalie Ewen, second runner-up; and Sarah Milligan as first runner-up.

Agan is involved in 4-H, and enjoys photography. Her projects this year were about recycling and personalities.

Agan was in the 2007 Miss Washington County Queen Contest, although she did not place, she knew she wanted to  give it another shot having been more prepared this year.

Ten years ago she first knew she wanted to become Miss Washington County as she was one of the queen escorts.

When asked what her best memory of this pageant was she quickly replied, “My escort.”

Each contestant made there way to the stage with their young escort beside them and then made another appearance in their business attire while thanking their sponsors.

As the pageant moved forward the toughest and most intense part of the pageant was their question that the judges gave to each contestant, “Other than your family, who do you  most admire and why?”

Many different answers where given, but the most given answer was that of their teachers.

Second runner-up Natalie Ewen said,” My teachers, they have to put up with a lot.”

Contestant Shelby Troutman also answered teachers, stating “Her    favorite     teacher,     Mrs. Callahan.”

Other answers given were Jackie Kennedy given by Queen Brooke Agan, and Mother Teresa given by Julie Roberts.

“My best friend, she has always encouraged me and she is always there, the best friend you could ever have.” stated Miriah Sabens.

2007 Miss Washington County McKenzie Allen made her final walk and speech as queen while fighting back tears.

“Thank you for letting me represent your county, the best county in the state.”

Allen also gave her successor some advice, to live her year out to the fullest.

Queen, Brooke Agan received a  crown, National Chapter Psi lota,Xi, Campbellsburg; $500 scholarship, from the  Fair Board and Fair Committee; $500 scholarship, Community First Bank;. trophy, dozen roses, Florence’s Flowers by Carol; lady’s diamond quartz watch, LaGene jewelers; free photo setting, Shane Dowling; ankle bracelet, Bud’s Jewelers, one dinner, Mamma Rosa’s; one dinner, El Maguey; gift certificate, Tumbleweed; gift certificate, Island Sun Tanning and $50 savings bond, Mid-Southern Bank.

Sarah Milligan, first runner-up received, $300 scholarship, First Harrison Bank; trophy, Allen Law Office; half dozen roses, Florence’s Flowers by Carol; one dinner, Mamma Rosa’s; one dinner, El Maguey; gift certificate, Tumble weed; gift certificate, Island Sun Tanning and $50 savings bond, Mid-Southern Bank.

Natalie Ewen, second runner-up received $300 scholarship, First Harrison Bank trophy, Home Federal; half dozen roses, Jay C; one dinner, Mamma Rosa’s; one dinner, El Maguey; gift certificate, Island Sun Tanning and $50 savings bond.

Halley Lashbrooks, third runner-up received a trophy, half dozen Jay C, one dinner, Mamma Rosa’s; one dinner, El Maguey; gift certificate, Tumbleweed; gift certificate, Island Sun Tanning and $50 savings bond, Mid-Southern Bank.

All contestants received, roses, Campbellsburg Floral Creations and Gifts; coupon, Dairy Queen; coupon, Arby’s; extra value meal, McDonalds; tacos and nachos, Taco Bell and one small pizza, Domino’s.
Escorts received coupons from Arby’s, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, Dairy Queen and carnations courtesy of Campbellsburg Floral Creations and gifts.
 
?Floyd Memorial Home Health Services receives ACHC Accreditation PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:00
 ??Floyd Memorial Home Health Services was recently awarded accreditation status by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care, Inc. (ACHC).
    ACHC, a private, not-for-profit corporation was developed by home care and community-based providers to help companies improve business operations and quality of patient care.
    Accreditation with ACHC is voluntary, and involves peer review of internal policies, processes and patient care delivery against national standards.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 13:19
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Lanesville board reorganizes with new member PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:00
The Lanesville Community Board of School Trustees saw the swearing in of new member Ken Acton, who won an at-large seat in the May 2008 primary election. Denzil McKim and Bob Schickel also were sworn in again, as they were both re-elected in the at-large election.

The board also reorganized, with the positions of president, vice-president, and secretary being filled. Donald Hussung again was installed as president of the board, with Ronald Wolfe installed as vice president. Robert Schickel was installed as secretary.

Several obsolete kitchen items were declared surplus school property, and voted to be disposed of: three coffee pots, a knife sharpener, a hand held can opener, a two quart double boiler, a Hobart cabbage copper, a mixer, and 25-30 refrigerator racks/shelves.
Also declared surplus property was a high school office copier.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 14:42
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?YMCA kicks off dance classes PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:00
?Children and adults of all ages are being swept up in a nationwide revival of dance, and the YMCA of Southern Indiana is clearing the floor for local enthusiasts interested in exercise, skill development, or sheer fun.
    The Y’s lineup at 4812 Hamburg Pike in Jeffersonville includes ballet, jazz, and five types of ballroom dancing classes to capture the interest and the lively beat.
    Professionals will lead a variety of sessions that are open to the public. To enroll or for more information, stop by the Y or call Julie Callaway, the Y’s wellness director, at 283-9622.
Ballet and Jazz: Two levels
          Preschool ballet classes will be offered for boys and girls ages 3 to 5 in a series of eight classes from 10:45-11:15a.m. on Saturdays from August 9 to September 27 and again October 11 to November 29.
    Experienced dancer Amanda Westmoreland is the instructor, and no special attire is required. The cost for either eight-class series is $42 for Y members and $52 for guests.
    Introduction to ballet and jazz for boys and girls ages 6 to 8 will be offered from 11:15a.m. to Noon on Saturdays from August 9 to September 27 and again October 11 to November 29. Ballet shoes are required for the class. The cost for the eight-class series is $52 for Y members and $62 for guests.
Ballroom Dancing
          Ballroom dancing takes center stage from 7:45 to 8:45p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays with experienced instructor Doug Sipes at the following schedule: Session 1/Waltz from August 6 to 22; Session 2/Fox Trot from September 10 to 26; Session 3/Cha Cha from October 8 to 24; Session 4/Tango from November 5 to 21; and Session 5/Swing from December 3 to 19.
    Each session is open to individuals and couples, and the cost for each six-class series is $40 per person for Y members and $50 per person for guests. Sipes recommends that participants wear any shoes with slick, solid soles.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 13:22
 
HERricanes happy to be going to Florida for USSSA Softball World Series this week PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:00
The HERricanes, a 14 and under all star softball team that contains members from the North Harrison, Salem, Silver Creek, Corydon Central, and South Central high school districts, is headed to the July 26-August 2 USSSA World Series in Orlando, Florida.

Despite the impending trip south, head coach Troy Sanders is calmly watching the team practice with assistant coaches Tony Shutters, Travis McAfee, and Steve Wooldridge.

As Sanders described the assistant coaches, “They’re a huge help to me. They run practice, and allow me to coach.”
Sanders said he likes to sometimes just sit and observe his hard working girls in action during practices, in order to better size up the team’s strengths and weaknesses. 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 14:31
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