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Constitution Queen, Court visit D.C.

Constitution Court in DC

Each year the Constitution Queen and Court raise money throughout the year by sponsoring car washes, cookie sales, the Queen’s Ball etc. so they can spend time with our Representative in Washington. The trip each year is arranged by the Chairperson of the Pageant who plans an itinerary which should include a visit to the building which houses the Constitution. The girls enjoy this trip immensely and share many stories with family and friends when they return.

Some comments from Court members include the following – Samantha Gronow: “I had an exceptional time in America’s national capital with the rest of Louisville’s 2014 Constitution Court. I loved touring the city and seeing the monuments and artifacts which represent the United States.”

Miss Congeniality Hannah Holman: “I loved seeing all of the monuments that represented such a big part of our history. I also loved getting to spend time the with other five court members and create memories.

”Danielle Palutsis: “The DC trip was definitely a memorable experience I will not forget. We received some VIP access in the Capitol buildings and the royal treatment from other visiting tourists request- ing our pictures. I’ll always remember this trip, especially since I got to spend my birthday with some amazing girls!”

Queen Erika Schrade: “Given the opportunity to travel to such an important place in our country was an incredible experience for me to learn so much history about our country. I had the best time with the girls, and my favorite part was our amazing “VIP” tour of the Capitol Building. I would like thank the Constitution Committee for giving me the opportunity to go to Washington, D.C.”

St. Louis Festival

St. Louis Festival

ARE YOU READY TO RIDE? The 125th Annual St. Louis Festival is this weekend, July 18, 19, 20; Fri- day/Saturday 5-11 p.m. and Sunday 4-9. Homemade Food and Desserts, Silent Auction, $$ and Quilt Raffles, Games of Chance, Bingo, Carnival Rides and Beer Garden as well as live entertainment featuring Back Alley Gators Friday, Cyphert… Continue reading»

Concert in the Park

Canton Concert Band, Peter Strauss, conductor

Conductor Peter Strauss (photo) conducts The Canton Concert Band at Constitution Park on July 9th. Pleasant weather for the first half hour before some light rain put a damper on the event, but still a pleasant evening of marches, show tunes and patriotic music. (HERALD PHOTO)

Retirees Recognized for Years of Service to Louisville City Schools

retiring Louisville school teachers

On Monday evening, May 19th, the Louisville Kiwanis Club and the Louisville Board of Education honored 10 employees who retired during the 2013-2014 school year. Following a reception in their honor, each retiring employee received a plaque thanking them for their many years of service to the Louisville City Schools. The following were honored: Certified… Continue reading»

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