This spring, for a short span of six weeks, the seven Hatfield sisters of Fredericktown — Sue Zernis, Betty Heil, Marti Stringfellow, Jean Johnson, Joyce Calver, Joan McCall and Georgia Helmick — will all be in their 80s at the same time.
Saturday morning, the Mount Vernon YMCA was abuzz with nearly 100 Knox students and parents, ready to celebrate the winners of the Crunch Out Obesity “How I Am Healthy” Essay Contest, sponsored by United Way.
Christmas has passed and the new year is right around the corner. After eating so many sweets and rich foods during this past weekend, it might be refreshing to ring in the new year with a lighter, healthier treat, like a rustic raspberry tart.
This holiday season, dancers, band members, coaches and parents will be traveling from all across the country to Tampa, Fla., for the opportunity to dance at this year’s annual Outback Bowl halftime show.
Ah, Christmas dinner. There’s nothing like sitting down to a hot traditional Christmas meal, complete with ham, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and … oyster dressing?
The 35th Annual Food For the Hungry Drive will culminate Saturday with the live broadcast and food collection at Mount Vernon City Hall. The event will come with all the usual bells and whistles, but this year, Matt Starr, producer and senior partner at I-CONN Video Production, and Marcy Rinehart, station manager at WNZR, decided to shake things up a bit by working collaboratively to create two short videos, entitled “Choices,” which will be aired periodically throughout the broadcast.
Kenyon College’s Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and Knox County Head Start kicked off the Christmas season Tuesday night as they co-hosted the 26th Annual Shawn Kelly Memorial Holiday Party at Kenyon’s Gund Commons.