Photo taken at En-Joy The Venue at Flat Rock Estates in Henryville.
By Tracy Reardon
En-Joy The Venue, located at 13967 E. Flat Rock Trail in Henryville, is an upscale, outdoor venue with hardscaped, tiered seating featuring a breathtaking view of Sydney Lake. The venue features trails, lakes, shuttle service and an on-staff event and wedding planner. The property also is home to En-joy the Pavilion, an Amish built reception area with 360 degree unobstructed views of nature. It’s the perfect venue for weddings, company picnics, class reunions, retreats, graduation celebrations, one-of-a-kind galas and more. Book now by calling 812.727.5545 or visit enjoythevenue.com for more information.
Our County Recorder’s office is at a crossroads. Lincoln Crum is here to provide vision, systems and logistics to the office. We have to take Clark County into the future, both aggressively and efficiently when it comes to technology. He is the candidate to get us focused on the future.
Fans of Cabin Grill swear the restaurant on wheels has earned its tagline – “Southern Indiana’s favorite food truck” – and then some. And they are absolutely right. The food is fresh, the service super friendly and the prices just right.
Owner Summer Guthrie is known for turning local ingredients into quick, delicious dishes for lunch and a menu that varies based on her whims. Popular items include quesadillas, club wraps, potato salad and an array of desserts (Summer’s turtle sea salt cashew cookie bars and cherry cheesecake are unforgettable).
Cabin Grill is open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday and 5 to 7 p.m. on Taco Tuesday (Note: That’s pretty much every Tuesday for us taco lovers). But, it’s best to check the food truck’s Facebook page – @summerlovetruck – for daily updates. While you’re at it, take a peek at the 50+ 5-star reviews Cabin Grill has earned from happy customers. That’s almost as impressive as the food.
Exit 19 off I-65; food truck is set up across from the Shell station
On March 2, 2012 – a seemingly normal Friday – tornadoes tore through Southern Indiana and Kentucky, devastating communities and families.
In all, the death toll reached 22 in Kentucky, and 14 people died in Southern Indiana, including Henryville resident Lenora Hunter’s husband, Wayne. Determined to move forward, Lenora – who was seriously injured in the storm – rebuilt her home in the exact location where it had once stood. Today, Lenora is comforted that people still remember her husband and take the time to share their memories of him.
While the tornado outbreak wreaked havoc – and worse – for many, it also inspired many moments of courage, heroism and neighbors helping neighbors.