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Username Post: KENTUCKY!!!        (Topic#1374518)
~*Dawn Marie*~
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KENTUCKY.... WHERE ARE YOU?

We need to get us something together. I'm sure there are many of you out there who are interested in getting together a monthly (possibly a bi-weekly) meeting somewhere in our Bluegrass state.

I have access to a middle school whenever I want, but I live far away from practically everything. If someone out there has a better idea, I'm up for the drive. I am such a scrapbook-er and so eager to learn, that I'm practically up for anything at this point!

I live close to London, Kentucky (South-east) and I'm within one hour from East Tennessee. I also go through TN and GA at least once a month. I would be willing to stop there as well.

Any ideas? Anyone up for the challenge?

Dawn Marie
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Hi Dawn
I am coming up on Labor Day for a family reunion in Hyden. Do you know if the scrapbook store across the street from the Mother Goose house in Hazard is still open? I don't remember the name of it. It was such a cute store.
Thanks
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You know, that's a good question. I'm not very familiar with Hazard, but I work with someone from there. So I will find out for you this morning and let you know sometime today.

I know there is one open in London now. It's in the DogPatch center right off the interstate.

~*Dawn Marie*~


 
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I know that shopping center. I have family that work there. Small world.


 
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Pam,

I checked on that store you were talking about in Hazard. I have good news. It's still open.

~*Dawn Marie*~


Edited by ~*Dawn Marie*~ on 07-31-06 08:49 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
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Dawn
Thank you so much for checking.
Pam


 
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I'm on the western side of the state, near the lakes, in Marshall County. Anyone close by??


 
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Hey Kentucky !!
I'm not from there, but I have a question, it might be silly.
Is the place 'Kentucky Fried Chicken' is originally from Kentucky ??? Is there a fast food place like that at all ?
I was just talking with my friend about stuff like this, and we are curious. Thanx


 
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Anyone Close to Louisville? I am about 50 miles from there in Hodgenvilee. Home of Abe Lincoln Birthplace.




 
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Yes, Kentucky Fried Chicken's birthplace is actually about 40 miles from where I live... Corbin, Kentucky. It is still open today and is labeled as a 'state attraction'. It is a 'cuter' version of the general KFC that is everywhere now.

You should visit!


 
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yeah It always seems like the chicken tastes better there. I got to meet Colonel Sander when I was little.


 
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who is Colonel Sander ?


 
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Colonel Sander is the guy you used to see with KFC... the old 'Southern' man with the white hair, white beard, and white suit on.

I think (now I'm not for sure here) that he's the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken. They used to have his face on every bucket and then one day it just disappeared. I guess they didn't think he was a very 'contemporary' logo to have anymore.


 
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Hey Kentucky Scrappers,
I live about 30 an hour from Bowling Green. Anyone close? I would love to find a friend or to to scrap with. It gets lonesome by myself. I do go to Scrapbook Village in Glasgow alot and set up my stuff and scrap 2-3 days in a row there.


 
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I live in Hodgenville. It is about a 40 minute drive north from Glasgow. I LOVE the Scrapbook village. I haven't been there in a long time. Where are you at?


 
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Oh, girl, I think I'm a LONG way away from where you live. I'm approximately twenty minutes from London.

I've never been there (where you are talking about). Where is it? Tell me about it.


 
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Im about 3 hours or so west of Bowling Green, on the other side of the lakes. I'm beginning to think I'm the only one out here, LOL....


 
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Trust me... I know how you feel.


 
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I'm in Louisville ... and home of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Now known as KFC. When everyone decided that fried wasn't good for you anymore they stopped calling it Kentucky FRIED Chicken and just called it KFC. Then for some reason they started calling it Kitchen Fresh Chicken! I don't think so. Now they are back to calling it KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken in some area.
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Oh Colonel Sanders was the guy who came up with the chicken. And he did that after he retired! Then sold it to John Y Brown who I guess sold it to Yum Brand. Anyway, I met the Mr. Colonel Sander at a birthday party they had for him back in 78 or 79 in downtown Louisville and everyone that stopped by got cake... not chicken!
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Anyone around the Nolin Lake area?
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Here is a little more insight on the KFC topic; I did a little research... it was, in fact, established in Corbin, Kentucky...check it out:

Colonel Harland Sanders, born September 9, 1890, actively began franchising his chicken business at the age of 65. Now, the KFC® business he started has grown to be one of the largest quick service food service systems in the world. And Colonel Sanders, a quick service restaurant pioneer, has become a symbol of entrepreneurial spirit.

More than a billion of the Colonel's "finger lickin' good" chicken dinners are served annually. And not just in North America. The Colonel's cooking is available in more than 80 countries and territories around the world.

When the Colonel was six, his father died. His mother was forced to go to work, and young Harland had to take care of his three-year-old brother and baby sister. This meant doing much of the family cooking. By the age of seven, he was a master of several regional dishes.

At age 10, he got his first job working on a nearby farm for $2 a month. When he was 12, his mother remarried and he left his home near Henryville, Ind., for a job on a farm in Greenwood, Ind. He held a series of jobs over the next few years, first as a 15-year-old streetcar conductor in New Albany, Ind., and then as a 16-year-old private, soldiering for six months in Cuba.

After that he was a railroad fireman, studied law by correspondence, practiced in justice of the peace courts, sold insurance, operated an Ohio River steamboat ferry, sold tires, and operated service stations. When he was 40, the Colonel began cooking for hungry travelers who stopped at his service station in Corbin, Ky. He didn't have a restaurant then, but served folks on his own dining table in the living quarters of his service station.

As more people started coming just for food, he moved across the street to a motel and restaurant that seated 142 people. Over the next nine years, he perfected his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices and the basic cooking technique that is still used today.

Sander's fame grew. Governor Ruby Laffoon made him a Kentucky Colonel in 1935 in recognition of his contributions to the state's cuisine. And in 1939, his establishment was first listed in Duncan Hines' "Adventures in Good Eating."

In the early 1950s a new interstate highway was planned to bypass the town of Corbin. Seeing an end to his business, the Colonel auctioned off his operations. After paying his bills, he was reduced to living on his $105 Social Security checks.

Confident of the quality of his fried chicken, the Colonel devoted himself to the chicken franchising business that he started in 1952. He traveled across the country by car from restaurant to restaurant, cooking batches of chicken for restaurant owners and their employees. If the reaction was favorable, he entered into a handshake agreement on a deal that stipulated a payment to him of a nickel for each chicken the restaurant sold. By 1964, Colonel Sanders had more than 600 franchised outlets for his chicken in the United States and Canada. That year, he sold his interest in the U.S. company for $2 million to a group of investors including John Y. Brown Jr., who later was governor of Kentucky from 1980 to 1984. The Colonel remained a public spokesman for the company. In 1976, an independent survey ranked the Colonel as the world's second most recognizable celebrity.

Under the new owners, Kentucky Fried Chicken Corporation grew rapidly. It went public on March 17, 1966, and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange on January 16, 1969. More than 3,500 franchised and company-owned restaurants were in worldwide operation when Heublein Inc. acquired KFC Corporation on July 8, 1971, for $285 million.

Kentucky Fried Chicken became a subsidiary of R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. (now RJR Nabisco, Inc.), when Heublein Inc. was acquired by Reynolds in 1982. KFC was acquired in October 1986 from RJR Nabisco, Inc. by PepsiCo, Inc., for approximately $840 million.

In January 1997, PepsiCo, Inc. announced the spin-off of its quick service restaurants -- KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut -- into an independent restaurant company, Tricon Global Restaurants, Inc. In May 2002, the company announced it received shareholders' approval to change it's corporation name to Yum! Brands, Inc. The company, which owns A&W All-American Food Restaurants, KFC, Long John Silvers, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell restaurants, is the world's largest restaurant company in terms of system units with nearly 32,500 in more than 100 countries and territories.

Until he was fatally stricken with leukemia in 1980 at the age of 90, the Colonel traveled 250,000 miles a year visiting the KFC restaurants around the world.

And it all began with a 65-year-old gentleman who used his $105 Social Security check to start a business.


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Hope this helps!


 
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WOW Dawn you have been busy.


 
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Trust me, I haven't. I just went to the KFC website. Funny, huh? But I did see someone at my 'second' job yesterday from Corbin who told me that it was, in fact, established in Corbin, but that the KFC Corp. bought it out, and I guess they were established in Louisville.

Anyway, I hate it when I don't know something I probably should know. You know what I mean?



 
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I am in hodgenville. The best way to tell anyone about it is that Hodgenville is the home of Abe Lincoln Birthplace. People come here from all over the U.S. to see the cabin where he was born and the water well that his got water out of. I live about 1/4 of a mile from there. I have lived here all of my life, so it is no big deal for me. But like I said it is a big tourist attraction


 
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Hello
I'm not to far from Nolin Lake. Maybe 35 minutes


 
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Scrapbook Village is an awesome store in Glasgow, Close to Barren River.


 
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We'd like to get a couple of more folks signed up for our Indianapolis crop so we're offering a special deal where you can bid on a package deal of two registrations on ebay. Go to ebay and type in weekend scrapbook retreat.

These crop weekends are so much fun and a great way to get a lot of scrapbooking done with your friends!

www.mvpscrappers.com


 
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Hey!

I live in Western KY about 45min north of Bowling Green,, I have been to the Scrapbook village once..


Edited by scrappin365 on 08-29-06 06:17 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
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Isn't it great?


 
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  • scraper000 Said:
Isn't it great?

Yes it is a great store... I would like to go back its about 2 hours frome here.. where are you located in KY


 
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I live about 45 miles north of Glasgow, in Hodgenville.


 
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hello guys !!

thanks so much for the info about KFC, specially for ~*Dawn Marie*~ ! sorry I haven't responded earlier, but I was away on a vacation with my friend. Anyway, thanks again )


 
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Hi
I just got back from vacation. On they way back home I went to the scrapbook store in Hazard. They are closing but I not sure when. She had everything 25 percent off except paper and sizzix stuff. I also went to the one in London.


 
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I'm new to louisville and we're getting a new Archivers store here! I can't wait for that.

Meijer is having a clearance sale as well


 
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Hello ladies. I am in Richmond i think I am the only one here lol.

I love that store Archivers. Let us know when it is ready cant wait.

I do not like Meijers. Everything is sooo expensive.!



 
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Hey!

Richmond.. What is that close to?

I live in Western KY.near the OHIO river


 
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Ready for a weekend crop? We're gathering together on Oct 13 - Oct 15 in Cincinnati at the Marriott at the airport. Come join us for a fun filled weekend crop!!!

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  • kdmom on 09-24-06 07:00 AM
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I will be in Bowling Green Kentucky October 5, 6 & 7 for a conference and then I am staying an extra day (leaving the 8th) to spend time with friends. I will be staying at the Holiday Inn that has a conference center (on Wilkinson Road?).

Are there any "must see" scrapbooking shops that I need to know about? I will also be going to downtown Nashville shopping on Saturday, do you know of any shops there as well re scrapbooking?

I will be posting on the Tenneesse site asking same.

Thanks bunches.

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  • kuke on 09-24-06 06:58 PM
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Hey KY!! I'm in Pikeville and looking for some cropping friends.



 
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Hey,
Where is pikeville? I think that I am pretty far away from You.

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My name is Karen and I live in Louisville. I'm excited to see there are so many KY scrappers here. I don't have anyone to scrap with, so I usually scrap alone here at home. My mom scraps, but she lives in MO. I've been married for 25 years and have 3 kids. My daughter is newly married and I have 2 sons at home, ages 21 and 19. Let me know if anyone is around me. I actually live in Crestwood, just outside of Louisville. I have been to the new Archivers and love it. I saw a post that someone mentioned it. Maybe we could meet for one of their ScrapManias they have.
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Hello.
I live in Hodgenville. Do you know where that is?
I'm only about 55 mintues from Louisville. Maybe we could get together and scrap sometine. I always have to scrap by myself too.

Tina


 
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Hey all, Hope your having a wonderful weekend.


 
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I don't know where Hodgenville is. I wonder if there is a place somewhere in the middle, or do you know where the Oxmoor Mall is? That's where the new Archivers is and they have those Scrapmania nights on Fri. and Sat. nights. That might be an option. I need some scrapping buddies. I love to scrap, but it's fun sometimes to do it with someone else.
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Do you know where Elizabethtown is? I am about 25 minutes south of there. That might be a good meeting point. About half way. I reaally need some scrapping buddies too. We should hook up.

Tina


 
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Hey Kentucky Girls!

I am in Lexington! I would love to have some new scrappin buddies, we could do something in Lexington, it's kinda central for everything! Plus we are getting a Hobby Lobby!


 
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Hello.

Nice to meet you. I agree, we KY gals need to get together and scrap away


 
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Hi, nice to meet you too. I would love to get together and scrap, but you all are a few hours away from me. I'm starting to feel lonely out here in Western KY


 
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Where exactly are you at?

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I live in Benton, Marshall County. How about you?


 
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I live right between Elizabethtown and Radcliff...anyone near here that would like to get together to crop?


 
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OH MY GOSH !!! this is great. I work in E-town at a Doctors office. I live in Hodgenville. Do you know were that is? It is only about 20 minutes from E-town. This is exciting. I would live to get together and scrap.

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Monica,
I live live in Hodgenville. It is close to Elizabethtown. Do you know where that is? I have never heard od Benton Co.

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I havent heard of Hodgenville but I do know where Elizabeth is. Been throught that way many times on trips to and from Michigan.

I'm sorry I didnt mean to confuse you. I live in the town Benton, it is in Marshall Co. We are on the oppisite side of the lakes from you.



 
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Monica,
How far ar you from Elizabethtown?
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Hi Tina, It would be about a 3 hour or so drive. Yahoo Maps puts it at 164 miles from Benton to Eliabethtown.


 
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WOW. That would be a quite a long drive for us to get together and scrap. I wish all of teh KY scrappers could find a central location and get together for the weekend to meet and scrap. I know that would probably be hard to do, but it would be fun.

Tina


 
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That would be a blast. Back in the spring I tried to do a scrapbooking day here at my house for family/friend who are SAHMs like myself. It didn't last that long. It was hard to concentrate on our scrapping with all the kids running around. LOL I would rather they stay at home with dad....


 
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It would have to be a must for the kiddos to stays with the dads. LOL There aren't enough people that I know who scrapbook for me to be able to have a scrapbooking day. I see that you are a Memoryworks consultant. What is that if you don't mind be nosey/


 
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Sorry, I meant to type if you don't mind ME being nosey. LOL


 
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Oops, sorry. I meant to type if you don't mind ME being nosey. LOL
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Tina, I PMed you with the info. I am not sure what I can and cant say in an open thread. Haven't read the fine print,

HTH


 
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I received it. Thanks for the info. Have a great weekend.

Tina


 
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Thanks Tina, I hope you weekend is great too.




 
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I just found this thread. I live in Kentucky too. In Greenville which is in Muhlenberg County, western Kentucky. I host a crop at our church the first friday night of the month. We have plenty of room and it's free. Let me know if anyone is close enough to come.


 
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Shoot. Thats still a little too far away for me to go. I may just have to start planning a crop around here. Once a month or so.

So glad you found the thread Theresa.

I recently joined a yahoo group. It is a Kentucky scrapbooking group. If any of you are interested PM me and I will give you the link.
Have a great day.


 
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Theresa,
I would love to scrap with you, but I am to far away to. Welcome to this thread.

Tina


 
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Bumping us back to the top ladies, hoping to pick up some more Ky scrappers. Hope your having a wonederful weekend.....


 
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btt


 
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Ok ladies where are you? where ya been? Whatcha up too? LOL


 
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Monica,
I am beginning to thimk that the KY gals don't want to talk to us. LOL


 
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I am thinking the same thing girl. We don't smell that bad, do we?


 
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Well I'm pretty sure I took my sure last nite. How about you? LOL


 
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Oops,meant took a shower last night. I'm such a retard.


 
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Whew!


 
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Hey,
I am probably too far away. But my DS is suppose to be having some wrestling tournaments down that way. Maybe I could go on a shopping spree then.


 
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Hi Amelia, nice to meet you. Have a great weekend ladies.


 
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Thanks, that would be great. I'll keep you update on when we are coming doing. Since I know nothing about that area, you would have to bee my "tour guide"

Tina


 
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I "broke" the news to my sweetie the other night that after Christmas is over, and we recoup from that. I am taking a road trip. He says where? I said Lousville. He said why Lousiville. I said there is a store there I heard about that I want to check out. He said....Oh great...let me guess, (with a roll of the eyes) SCRAPBOOKING...LOL, I said yep and if you don't want it spent don't put it in the bank.. HEE HEE HEE....

We dont have an Archivers here. I have been to the website and seen the ads in my mags and drool. My SIL's and I are planning an early spring trip. After the fear of snow, and long enough after Christmas to have plenty of mad money saved. Also that gives the guys ample warning that they have ALL the kids!!!... LOL

Well Yall have a great week ahead.


 
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Monica,
I am only 45 minutes away from Louisville. I 've never been to the Archivers yet. Maybe we could hook up while you are on your shopping spree.

Tina


 
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  • scraper000 Said:
Monica,
I am only 45 minutes away from Louisville. I 've never been to the Archivers yet. Maybe we could hook up while you are on your shopping spree.

Tina


That would be great.. I will let you know closer to time when we come up that way. Like I said it ill be after Christmas is over. Most likely the first of the Spring. It would be great to get a big shopping day going that day. Gee wouldn't the store just LOVE LOVE LOVE us.


 
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It would be Awesome if we could get more of our fellow KY scrappers to meet for the day and shop away. I'll have to start saving my money right after Christmas. LOL

Tina


 
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That sounds like an awesome plan.


 
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I hope everyone has a happy Thanksgiving
Tina


 
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Where have all the KY girls? Is everyone doing okay?

Tina


 
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Hello to all in KY. I lived in Louisville all my life. I just got into scrapbooking a few months ago. I just found this site and so far it great.


 
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WElcome to the site.

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Hello ladies!!! It's so nice to see so many KY scrappers out there!

I'm just outside Frankfort and have been to the Archivers in Louisville for their Sat. 12-hour crop; it was really nice. They provided dinner, drinks and plenty of cropping space.

I know they are having a big bash on Dec 30 - but there's limited spaces. A few girlfriends and I are heading up there for it. If anyone else is signed up - let me know, would love to hook up!


 
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Also, I saw in a much earlier post that Lexington was getting a hobby lobby; does anyone know if it is open yet and if so, what area of Lexington it is in? Would love to go there -- am really tired of Lasting Legacy.


 
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I don't know enough about lexington to know if Archivers is open. Have you tried their website? They probably have all of their locations listed. ARCHIVERS.COM.

Tina


 
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Hello Ky scrappers. I hope every one has a Merry Christmas.

Tina


 
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Happy New Year


 
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same to you

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Hi I live in Ky too!! I am close to Maysvile, Carlise, and lexington!! Anyone else??


 
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I have heard of Maysville and I know where Lexington is. I live in Hodgenville. I am south of Louisville.
Nice to meet you.

Tina


 
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Hey Ky ladies. I just joined and live in Hopkinsville. I'm originally from Glasgow and have been to Scrapbook Village several times. I do most of my shopping in Clarksville, TN though.


 
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WElcome to the site. I know where Hopkinsville is. I live in Hodgenville. I love going to the Scrapbook Village. It ios an awesome store. Do u know where Hodgenville is?

Tina


 
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