Suzanne Prince of Hendrick Counseling, Sergeant Scott Moore with the Wilson County Sheriff's Department, Lebanon Police Officer Jay Spicer and retired LSSD School Counselor Nancy Guethlein will present a teen risky behaviors program on Tuesday, Jan. 22 and Thursday, Jan. 24 from 6-8:30 .m. at Castle Heights Elementary.
There will be free childcare and refreshments for parents who are interested in learning more about the self-esteem, violence and gang related issues that face today's teens.
RSVP to Beth Petty at 453-2693 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Lebanon High football coach Sam Harp spoke to a crowd of over 160 Blue Devil fans Friday, Jan. 4 following a chili supper in his honor at the school cafeteria.
Harp, who began his duties at LHS Jan. 14, is a 32-year coaching veteran with some 326 career victories in four stops in the state of Kentucky -- including the last 25 seasons at Danville High.
During his tenure at Danville, Harp's teams reached the state finals10 times, winning seven championships.
Following this link to view Coach Harp's remarks on Jan. 4.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrs0VgGjtOg&feature=youtu.be