Betty and Rick celebrate their anniversary at Boone Tavern in this edition of the popular video blog, BettysKitchen. They share memories of the Tavern while showing off its new features and revamped restaurant.
Betty, a retired math professor, along with husband/cameraman Rick and daughter Chelsea have been making the BettysKitchen cooking videos for YouTube since 2009. Betty demonstrates her favorite recipes, mostly featuring southern home style cooking.
Enjoy this blog as it features Berea and the Boone Tavern.
Berea Chamber of Commerce welcomes you and has lots of opportunities for you and your business. If you have any suggestions, ideas, or would like to get involved, please contact Executive Director David Rowlette or one of the board members at 859-986-9760 or visit the office on N. Broadway in Berea.
Pictured front row left to right: Health Care Professional of the Year, Dr. David Greene; Corporate Partner Award, Greg Gerard, Saint Joseph – Berea; Hall of Fame Award, Dale Ballinger; Educator of the Year, Howard Mayfield; Business of the Year, Gary McCormick, Boone Tavern Hotel and Restaurant.
Back row left to right: Corporate Partner Award, Dr. Brenda Huser-Taylor, Chiropractic Health Solutions; Woman of the Year, Linda VanWinkle; Volunteer of the Year, Nola Newman; Man of the Year, Robert “Peanut” Johnson; Not Pictured: Agriculture Award, Harold Johnson.
The Berea Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2011 State of the City address this week. Mayor Steven Connelly spoke at the lunch gathering of chamber members and other dignitaries. This years event was held at the Berea Community School. Full Video (HD)
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Charlie Louvin, once one-half of the Louvin Brothers with a longstanding solo career on his own, passed away after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Louvin was 83.
Charles Elzer Loudermilk was born in Henagar, Ala. on July 7, 1927. Louvin started singing professionally with his brother Ira as a teenager on local radio programs in Chattanooga, Tenn., performing traditional and gospel music.
Louvin left in 1945 to serve in World War II. But the brothers performed again, Continue reading Charlie Louvin Dies at 83→
REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE Circle K #3255, 300 Richmond Rd., Berea, KY 100% Domino’s, 330 Eastern By-Pass, Richmond, KY 97% Eastern Univ. Frisch’s, 136 N. Keeneland Dr., Richmond, KY 96% Redi-Mart #60, US 25 S, Richmond, KY 98% Subway #28454, 2055 Lantern Dr., Ste. 200, Richmond, KY 100%
LEXINGTON, Ky. (January 20, 2011) — Snow and ice removal crews for KYTC District 7 are working to clear the roads in the counties of; Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Clark, Fayette, Garrard, Jessamine, Madison, Mercer, Montgomery, Scott and Woodford.
Maintenance crews are prepared to work long hours clearing any accumulation from the roadways. Road conditions are described in the following manner:
Wet Pavement – The roadway is wet. Ice could form as temperatures drop.
Partly Covered – The roadway is partly covered with snow, slush or ice. Markings may be obscured.
Its time for talented, patriotic singers and musicians to step up to the plate. The Lexington Legends, in partnership with ESPN Sports Radio 1300 and ABC 36, will hold their annual national anthem tryouts at Fayette Mall February 12 and 13 in the wing of the mall near Dicks Sporting Goods. Each participant will sing or play the anthem, and those selected by the judges will perform the anthem before a Legends home game during the 2011 season.
The tryouts will run from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, February 12 and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, February 13.
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Thank you, Berea, for answering the call to help return our blood supply to a safe level! At yesterday””s blood drive we registered 160 donors and collected 133 pints of life-saving blood!
We appreciate your patience through the sometimes long wait yesterday. Because many in Berea travel frequently on mission trips, the travel documentation and approval process can create backups in the screening process. Bring a list of all international travel within the last three years. List country, ALL CITIES AND TOWNS travelled to, and your method of transportation to each. (The malaria risk lines often run Continue reading Thank you, Berea→
An upcoming Book – Featuring Grand Ole Opry Member ‘The Tall Texan’ BILLY WALKER and his loving wife ‘BETTIE’
Together we are standing on the horizon, the dawning of a New Year 2011 – a time to celebrate and reflect as life unfolds through the pages of a long awaited and overdue book now in progress. Billy & Bettie revealed to me their desire for a book project in February 2006. Even in the beginning phase, plans were put on hold when on May 21, 2006 a tragic accident took the lives of Billy and Bettie along with their devoted and talented band members, Charles Lilly & Danny Patton.
The Christmas season, New Year celebrations and getting back into my regular routine, are some of my excuses for this late follow up article to one posted here on bereaonline.com in early December. I promised additional tips on preserving family memories. I actually have just one more to add, but it is a good one.
No matter where you live, you likely can find something positive to say about the location. If you live in town, you might argue the fact that living in town is better than living in the country. Your argument could very well be that you are closely located to everything, there is delivery service in town and in the winter months, you don’t have to drive on snow covered roads for a great distance to get to work.
The NPP crews first live event features discussion of Fallout New Vegas, and Fable III, a slew of questions from the live audience, and the guys seem to be way too concerned about a zombie apocalypse..
Madison County Judge/Executive Kent Clark will give a State of the County Address Thursday, January 13th at 7pm in the Fiscal Court Room at the Madison County Courthouse, 101 W. Main Street Richmond. It is free and open to the public. For more information call 624-4700.