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May 15, 2019

Hardin Memorial Health released a statement this week regarding the I.T. disruption they experienced last month. Vice President Tracee Troutt stated in an email to WQXE News that they have not identified the virus creator or source of the I.T. disruption, but confirmed through an assessment that no personal health information left the healthcare network or was compromised. Read the entire statement on our Facebook page, WQXE Quicksie 98-3.

The 27th annual National Food Drive Campaign “Stamp Out Hunger” in Elizabethtown brought in over 6,000 pounds of food last weekend. If you forgot to sit your food out, donations are still being accepted at the Etown Post Office, 2934 Dolphin Drive through May 18th.

A yard sale to benefit the T.K. Stone Moderate and Severe Disability class will take place on campus tomorrow and Friday. The yard sale is an annual event that is used to raise money to make improvements to the classroom. In addition to the yard sale, donations to the class can be made at the Main Office of T.K. Stone.

The Elizabethtown Police Department will be hosting a ceremony for their new Chief of Police at May 30th at 3pm. Jeremy Thompson will be swore in at the Historic State Theatre and there will be a public meet and greet June 3rd from 6-8pm.

The 7th annual night to shine event that benefits individuals with specials needs, was a huge success this past weekend. They had over 200 participants and spokesperson Joe Bennett says this event has become his favorite night of the year.