Viking Canoe Club Donation

Viking Canoe Club Donation

The Bardstown Boaters would like to send out a very big thank you to The Viking Canoe Club and to those who attended the LVM Premiere at Nachbar in Louisville. They have graciously donated $100 in proceeds towards the Bardstown Whitewater Park.The Viking Canoe Club...
Viking Canoe Club Donation

Wild and Scenic Rivers Act – 40th Anniversary

On October 2, 1968, President Johnson signed the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.Paddlers were and continue to be among the most passionate advocates for protecting our nation’s free-flowing rivers. Upon witnessing the loss of hundreds of miles of great rivers to...
Viking Canoe Club Donation

Bourbon City Challenge Results

Here are the results from the Bourbon City ChallengeMale Solo1st – Matt Hoyes (Bardstown) 2 hours, 15 minutes2nd – Jeremiah Ellis (Fort Knox) 3rd – Thad Hardin, two hours, 26 minutesTeam Relay1st – Brian Beauman and Bradley Medley (Bardstown)...
Viking Canoe Club Donation

Hollis Hurst

Hollis Clark Hurst was born today in Bardstown, Kentucky. Weighing in at seven pounds 12 ounces and twenty-one and a half inches long, Hollis looks to be a promising young boater. She is the daughter of Spalding and Jennifer Hurst, members of the Bardstown...
Viking Canoe Club Donation

Bardstown Recycling Program

In 2008 the City of Bardstown and the government of Nelson County worked together to apply for a grant to start a recycling program for all city and county residents. In May of 2008 they were given notification that they had received the grant from the State of...