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LWC Celebrates School of Professional Counseling

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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College

COLUMBIA, KY - Danii Vanderpool is usually sitting in classroom in Prestonsburg, KY, on a Saturday morning, June 22, 2013.

But last Saturday, she and more than 250 other Lindsey Wilson College colleagues participated in the college's School of Professional Counseling Day.


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2013-06-23 20:04:39 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Education

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Blue Raider Bob greets children of SPC students



2013-06-23 - Lin - Photo by Duane Bonifer. LWC photo.
Blue Raider Bob
greets Shemar Carr, 5, of Harlan, KY, left, Camona Gray, 3, Springfield, TN, and Tootie Hardin, 5, of Springfield, TN, during the opening of Saturday's School of Professional Counseling Day. The three children attended the day with family members who are enrolled in the college. - Duane Bonifer, LWC

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Genealogy: A note from Robert Burbridge' great-granddaughter

Mary Ann Garnett Dowling writes:
Robert Burbridge was my great-grandfather. He married Elizabeth Wilson. They had 7 children: Catherine, Malrie, Maud, Alva, Bettie, Dolphus, and Enna. Enna was my grandmother. She married Albert Johnson. My mother is Frances Johnson Garnett. - Mary Ann Garnett Dowling
Comments re article 60298 Mike WatsonGenealogy Rev William Burbridge Baptist Minister


2013-06-23 19:43:20 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Local History

Avis Sapp Carby, Taylor Co., KY (1930-2013)

She professed faith in Christ and was a member of the Lowell Avenue Baptist Church. She was a retired Lake Cumberland Area Development Field Worker. She leaves 5 direct living descendants..
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Avis Sapp Carby, 83, of Campbellsville, KY, died at 1:45pmET, Sunday, June 23, 2013 in Campbellsville.

Funeral services will be at 1pmCT/2pmET, Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at the Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home, 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY, by Rev. Dave Walters. Burial will be in Campbellsville Memorial Gardens, 3878 Greensburg Road, Campbellsville, KY. Visitation will be 4pm-7pmCT/5pm-8pmET, at the funeral home.


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2013-06-23 19:38:30 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Cleo Shively, Columbia, KY (1942-2013)

She was a member of a distinguished, highly regarded Adair County family. She was the widow of Terry Shively. She leaves 10 direct living descendants. She was a member of Columbia Baptist Church and retired from the Adair County School System after 30 plus years of teaching. After retirement, she continued as Cheerleader Coach at Adair County High School.
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Cleo Shively, 70, of Columbia, KY, died Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 9:50 P.M. at the home of her daughter in Milton, KY.

Funeral services will be Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 1pmCT/2pmET, at Grissom-Martin Funeral Home, 200 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY, with Bro. Nick Stamps & Bro. Randy Copeland officiating. Burial will be in Columbia Cemetery, 315 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY. Visitation will be after 5pmCT, Monday, June 24, 2013 at the funeral home.


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2013-06-23 18:50:17 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

The Return of the Ring: True generosity shown by Grigsbys

Lee Murphy writes:
The story and moving pictures about the lost Cumberland High School classring should bring a smile to the face of everyone. The extra effort demonstrated by the Grigsbys shows true generosity.

"For it is in giving that we receive." - St. Francis of Assisi

- Lee Murphy
Comments re article 60305 High school ring comes full circle Success after 10 year quest


2013-06-23 17:38:49 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Small World: Valerie Thomas was schoolmate of Pam Collins

Valerie Thomas writes:
Small world. I went to school with Pam 1973 - 1974. Glad the ring found it's way home. - Valerie Thomas
Comments re article 60305 High school ring comes full circle Success after 10 year quest, Story by Dave Grigsby


2013-06-23 15:59:41 | Comments | Printable version

Martha Berry: The Return of the Ring a wonderful story

And she has one Writer/Class Ring Detective Dave Rigsby can sink his teeth into: Her cherished Columbia High School ring with the initials MNH, inside - at least 60 years old now - which was lost and found in Louisvillle, only to be lost again near the Adaministration building on the A.P. White Campus at Lindsey Wilson College.

By Martha Berry

What a wonderful story.

I wish someone would find mine.

My husband-to-be wore it one weekend when he went home to Louisville, where he lost it. Some kind man in Louisville found it and returned it to me.

I wish that were the end of the story but, sadly, it isn't.


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2013-06-23 15:53:07 | Comments | Printable version

High school ring comes full circle: Success after 10 year quest

Something told Dave Grigsby that there was something very special about that Cumberland High School class ring he bought in a London flea market, 10 years ago. He bought it, for a single reason: To return it to its owner, known only to him by his/her initials, "P.D.C." engraved on the ring, and the class year, 1975. Saturday, June 22, 2013, his quest was over, when he returned the ring - polished and shined like new by Columbia jeweler Charles Grimsley - to the rightful owner's daughter, whose mother, the class salutatorian, died two months after her baby girl was born. Coach Grigsby still has a few questions he hopes someone will step forward and answer, but, he says, some answers may never come, 'Only God knows the rings full journey, as He guided it along its completed circle.
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By Dave Grigsby

About 10 years ago my wife and I were walking through the flea market set up at the Laurel County Homecoming.

While Karen stopped at a table I fumbled through a box of trinkets. The box was a mix of old costume jewelry, broaches, necklaces and so forth when a pink stone caught my eye. It was a tiny class ring. I picked it up and discovered it was from Cumberland High School in Kentucky and marked '75. The initials engraved inside the ring read P.D.C.


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2013-06-23 13:14:05 | Comments | Printable version

Sugarfoot: It takes special people to do what Peg & Ken do

By Wendy Gousha
Personal Commentary

I have so much respect for Peg and Ken.

It takes a 'special' human being to do what they do. As much as I love animals, it would be incredibly hard for me to hear the stories that she hears and to look into the eyes of abused animals.


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2013-06-23 13:09:58 | Comments | Printable version

A 'Well Said' for Carol Perkins from Sandy Pyles

Sandy Pyles writes:
Very well said!!! If we never give each child a chance we may never see ther true potential . --Sandy Pyles
Comments re article 60300 Carol Perkins Summer means baseball and softball in our area


2013-06-23 13:04:40 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

In Less than 24 hours on CM Classifieds: The Mini-Freezer is sold

About CM Classified ad No. 12054, a 24-hour Wonder, Now Retired
Maury writes:
The freezer has been sold. Thanks for all you do in the neighborhood --Maury
Thanks, Maury for helping us keep CM Classifieds up to date - As fast as this one sold, it surely means others are wanting one. So to our readers: If you have an Deep Freezer, there couldn't be a better time than today to sell it, with Blueberries, Blackberries, and Sweet Corn coming on. To submit a classified, first see RATES & TERMS to see what charges, if any, apply. Then send, according to instructions there, using any Contact/Submit button. If you encounter any problems sending an e-mail, call 270-250-2730 for help.


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Life in the Holler/Topside - Spring carved from growing up years

It's been a spring and summer day this year brings back so many memories of childhood
Click on headline for introduction and delightful photo(s) Shamarie Claiborne took, Topside of The Holler (generally speaking, the world is divided into halves: One half, The Holler, the other Half - Topside - all the rest.

By Shamarie Claiborne

This past spring and beginning of summer has made me think of my childhood and abundant life more than any in my recent memory. The weather has been (excuse the pun) picture perfect. We have had a balance of just the right amount of rain and sunshine coupled with moderate temperatures with only small amounts of humidity. Everything in our area is blooming and growing within the realm of perfection. Creating abundance everywhere. It is ALMOST making Topside as beautiful as my beloved Holler. And is, without question, bringing back memories of my childhood ---- full of family and a simple life that many can only dream of. - Shamarie


2013-06-23 10:54:04 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Shamarie Claiborne - Life in the Holler

Carol Perkins: Summer means baseball and softball in our area

Fortunately, not all parents try to make their kids re-live their own sports dreams. The writer says she feels fortunate to have sons-in-law who understand when her grandkids aren't as enthusiastic about the sports as they were. Still, not all parents are so reasonable. She quotes a coach who said, 'Coaching kids is easy. Dealing with parents is the worst part,' and comments, 'I understand both sides. No parent wants to admit other children catch better, hit better, or run faster. None wants to see children, especially their own, be excluded from all-star teams or traveling teams. Life happens, but it shouldn't happen before a child is ten.'
The next earlier Carol Perkins column: Carol Perkins: VBS was more creative in old days

By Carol Perkins

Summer means baseball and softball in our area. Drive by local parks, you will see parents and grandparents on bleachers, waiting for their child or grandchild to walk to a plate. This is a tense moment. If the child hits the ball, there is relief. If he swats at it like he is killing flies, it is a moment that lasts forever. T-ball is the beginning of what will be, could be, or won't ever be a future for a budding or not so budding athlete. While the kids may not place much importance on hitting, catching or running at this age, so many parents sweat bullets comparing his to others on the team.


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2013-06-23 10:14:06 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Carol Perkins

Three more performances of TheatreFest's Perfect Wedding

Show opened Friday-Saturday; final performances of this play will be Thursday-Friday-Saturday, June 27-28-29, 2013, at 7pmCT each evening
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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College Theatre

The ThreatreFest! production of Robert Hawdon's Perfect Wedding opened Friday night at Lindsey Wilson College's V.P. Henry Auditorium.

The cast members are Timothy Hoffman (Bill) of Bowling Green, Ky., Lacy Martin (Judy) of Gamaliel, KY, Sarah Jo Jacobs (Rachel) of Berea, KY, Alex Russell (Daphne) of Greenville, KY, Brenna Murray (Julie) of Russell Springs, KY, and Tanner Strein (Tom) of Lexington, KY.

The final three performances of the play -- which is directed by LWC Assistant Professor of Theatre Robert Brock -- will be at 7pmCT, Thursday-Friday-Saturday, June 27-28-29, 2013. For ticket information, contact Brock at brockr@lindsey.edu, 270-384-7382 or 270-590-4803. - Duane Bonifer


2013-06-23 10:01:26 | Comments | Printable version

Mike Watson/Genealogy: Rev. William Burbridge, Baptist Minister

The Burbridges mentioned above were the ancestors of all those of the name in this region. They were closely related to others of the name in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the Bluegrass of Kentucky. - Mike Watson

By Mike Watson, Genealogist & Adair County, KY Historian

Rev. Reverend William Burbridge, Baptist minister, died in 1837 at his home near Zion Church in Adair County, where he had ministered for some years. His wife, Susannah, was a daughter of pioneer settler William Hurt and his first wife, Sarah White Field Hurt. Susannah preceded Brother William to the grave a short year earlier. The Burbridges left no children, but are known to have reared several orphaned kinsmen. Having no children, their estate was left to a large group of relations. Rev. Burbridge left a will, but in time a civil court case was filed in the Adair Circuit Court contesting the will. This document and the lengthly depositions and attached papers shed much light on the families of Burbridge, Hurt, White, Field, and others. Filed in 1844, the case dragged on until 1857 when both subscribing parties agreed to a settlement. Of course by then, two decades after Rev. Burbridge's death, several of those interested had also traveled into the great beyond.


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2013-06-23 09:04:54 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Mike Watson - History

Ms. Bethel E. Blair, Taylor Co., KY (1920-2013)

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Ms. Bethel E. Blair age 92, formerly of Taylor County, KY, died Thursday, June 20, 2013, at her residence in Hodgenville, KY.

Services for Ms. Bethel Blair will be conducted at 1pmCT/2pmET, Sunday, June 23, 2013 at Lyon-DeWitt Funeral Home, 503 E Main Street, Campbellsville, KY with burial to follow in the Brookside Cemetery, W Main Street, Campbellsville, KY. Visitation will be 2pm-7pmCT/2pm-8pmET, at the funeral home.


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2013-06-23 08:54:48 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Sandi Wills urges help: For Peg Schaeffer, the dogs are family

By Sandi Wills
Personal Commentary

I have known Peg Schaeffer for over 40 years. In that entire time she has been known for her kindness and professionalism towards the many animals she has rescued and rehabilitated.

I find it difficult to believe that someone can be so small and petty regarding her selfless work! Columbia is a small town and Peg is well-known for her work to save dogs.


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2013-06-23 08:37:07 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Commentary

Thank You Card from Phyllis Burris

The family of Sam Burris would like to thank all who have shown kindness in any way during Sam's illness and his graduation to his "real" home. He is now seeing & experiencing what he has talked & preached about for so long. A special thanks to Stotts-Phelps Funeral Home, Bro. Bill Davenport, Bro. John Tupman, Sherri Johnson, Theresa Bethel, Kenny Wisdom, Kevin Shearer & the casket bearers. All who showed your respect and honored Sam in any way. . . We thank you. - Phyllis Burris

2013-06-23 07:23:37 | Comments | Printable version

Happy Tails: Every once in a while, an UN-HappyTale

Every once in a while, among the hundreds of Happy Tails, it has to be said that Animal Rescue is not always gratifying. That it's always a seemingly endless, and occasionally, there are betrayals and huge disappointments when people with bad hearts take advantage of big-hearted ones. Worst of all, there is the problem of being misunderstood. Peg takes this Sunday to tell that side of an otherwise fulfilling life as the overworked, underfinanced founder of Sugarfoot Farm Rescue

The next earlier Happy Tail: Happy Tail - Peg's Memories of her Dutch Dad on Father's Day

By Peg Schaeffer

Ruby Sneed, who has adopted dogs from me, held a yard sale this past weekend. She called me to let me know that a percentage of her proceeds would go to Sugarfoot Farm Rescue. She even put out a donation jar for the rescue. I went to her yard sale on Friday and was happy to see the donation jar had several dollars in it. She told me that when she told people she was collecting for us they were happy to donate. She did say that one person told her that they wouldn't donate. This person felt that I have too many dogs and can't take proper care of them. I know I'm not here to please everyone. I live every day to help the dogs. But it concerns me that there are people who question what I'm doing.


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2013-06-23 07:16:19 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Happy Tails by Peg Shaefer

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2013-06-23 05:28:47 | Comments | Printable version

Chuck Hinman: IJMA. I smell a mouse

Chuck Hinman: I smell a mouse.
Even though Chuck had one of the best gardens ever, he never ate a thing out of it.
Next earlier Chuck Hinman column - Father's Day - June 20, 2004

By Chuck Hinman

I smell a mouse

Even though I am old and live at Tallgrass Estates and can't have a garden, never the less, the Nebraska farm blood in me reminds me that it is time to order some garden seed catalogs, to turn the garden over, and to plant something. Anything!


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2013-06-23 05:23:57 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Chuck Hinman - Reminiscences

Tom Chaney: Clear Shadows of Hope's Persistence

Of Writers And Their Books: "Clear Shadows of Hope's Persistence." Tom reviews Possessed by Shadows by his friend Donigan Merritt who was asking him to read some things Donigan was writing in the late 1960s. This column first appeared 22 June 2008.
The next earlier Tom Chaney column: "A Merrier Companion There Never Was"

By Tom Chaney

"Clear Shadows of Hope's Persistence"

This week's column is about friendship and love. Love between two climbers Tom and his wife Molly and them knowing Molly must die and Tom and Molly choosing how they must live in the shadow of her impending death.


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2013-06-23 04:58:09 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Tom Chaney: Of Writers and Their Books

Today, SUNDAY with CM, June 23, 2013

Haiku by Robert Stone for June 23, 2013 :
It is difficult
to argue into reason
those who never speak.
--Robert Stone, Sunday, 23 June 2013.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 649, in progress

Quick links to Favorite CM Columns
Mostly from Sunday with CM, June 6, 2013 and a few others from the past week Congratulations to the ACHS Class of 2013
Click for photos and bios for all the students graduating in 2013.
Click on individual letter below for students whose last name begins with that letter
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


2013-06-23 04:35:33 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today


Birthdays and Anniversaries for June 23
Happy Anniversary, Charles and Carol Shirley (1962) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Gary and Jennifer Moss | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Mike and Melanie Ollery (1990) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Anabel Suzanne Marie York. (2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Bradley Karnes | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Darron Bunch | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Estelle Janes | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Gabriel Aaron Davenport (2010) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, JoEllen Lemmon | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Johnny Foster | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Josie Layne Cox (2011) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, K.I. Riddle | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Marcella Brown | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Ricky Isaac Neat (1999) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Susan Nokes (1963) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, William Grider | (Updates/Corrections)
In M)emory Birthday, Charles W. Dudgeon, Taylor Co., KY native (1936 | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Gary Scott, Adair Co., KY (1963) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Juanita Jones Lee, Taylor Co., KY (1937) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. R.C. Milby, Green Co., KY (1923) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Gloyce G. Parker, Adair County, KY (1925) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mary Sue Hancock, Greensburg, KY (1943) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Barbara Jean Rattliff, Green County, KY (1931) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Bertha Carman Russell Co., KY (1921-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Stephanie Kaye Bell, 3 mos., Russell Co., KY (d. Sept. 30, 2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Sandra Brock, 55, Columbia, KY (1958-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Bob Acree (1938-1999) | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Sunday, June 23, 2013
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
6:00amCTTime to check Directory of Churches for Sunday morning & evening worship service schedules. | (ID:22670, Comment)
10:00amCTChuck Compton will be singing at Mt. Zion Church of God
at Mt. Zion Church of God, 1640 Eastridge Cemetery Road (Google Map/Directions), Casey Creek, KY. (Knifley area, Northern Adair County between Knifley and Feathersburg, KY) | (ID:22985, Comment)
Services, Campbellsville, KY, for Lavern Stone, Taylor Co., KY (1922-2013) | (ID:23013, Comment)
10:30amCTB.J. Whitlow will give talk on missionary trip to Haiti; lunch to follow
at Harrods Fork Baptist Church, 169 Harrods Fork Circle, Columbia, KY | (ID:23000, Comment)
NoonCTChimes at noon. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:22694, Comment)
1:00pmCTGreen River Kruzers Cruise In, 1pm-4pmCT, Public Square, Columbia, KY | (ID:23048, Comment)
Services, Campbellsville, KY, for Ms. Bethel E. Blair, Taylor Co., KY (1920-2013) | (ID:23049, Comment)
2:00pmCTServices for Evelena G. Monroe, 83, Cumberland Co., KY (d. June 19, 2013)
at The Memory Chapel of Norris-New Funeral Home, 601 N Main ST, Burkesville, KY | (ID:23018, Comment)
Services, Russell Springs, KY, for Carlos Hurt, Russell County, KY (1938-2013)
| (ID:23038, Comment)
5:00pmCTChimes in the evening. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:22726, Comment)
Vacation Bible School, 5pm-7pmCT every Sunday night in June
Glens Fork Church of the Nazarene, 7811 S Hwy. 55, Glens Fork, KY in the Glens Fork community | (ID:22800, Comment)
6:00pmCTLiving Prayer, Russell Springs, KY, to sing / Adair Co. Sunday Night Singing
at Tabor Community Church, 1477 Fairplay Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:22994, Comment)
Jamie Bailey will speak about her upcoming mission trip to 11 countries
at Cane Valley Christian Church, 2250 Cane Valley Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:23028, Comment)
6:30pmCTAdair Co. Sunday Night singing Higher Call, from Russell Co., KY in concert
Egypt Christian Church, 4855 Knifley Road, Columbia, KY. (Google Map/Directions) | (ID:22933, Comment)
Spirituals at Hadley Community Church / Adair County Sunday night singing
At Hadley Community Church, 8269 Fairplay Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:22990, Comment)
Chuck Compton will sing / Adair County Sunday Night Singing
at Bloomington Chapel, 55 Bloomington Church Road, Columbia, Ky | (ID:23008, Comment)
Jamie Bailey will speak about her upcoming mission trip to 11 countries
at Trinity United Methodist Church, 2418 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY | (ID:23027, Comment)

 






















 
 
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