Early Sunday morning, residents of an east Owensboro neighborhood discovered several business card sized notes in their driveways. The cards had an American Flag background, and a note saying, "You have been visited by the Ku Klux Klan." On the flip side, the another note read, "For your safety, the Ku Klux Klan was watching over your neighborhood as you slept." The cards were concentrated on two cul de sacs off of Barlew Blvd. near Byers Avenue. State Representative Jim Glenn, who is black, lives on one of those streets. He says he was not home when the cards were discovered, and was actually told about them in a phone call from the local newspaper. Glenn says he doesnt think the cards are aimed at him, and he says hes not going to lose any sleep over them. "I took it basically as a small group, even a high school prank," Glenn said. "Ive lived here for a long time, I have a great relationship with my neighbors." Some of Glenns neighbors say theyre going to pay closer attention to people on their streets after dark. One resident expressed anger over the anonymous way the cards were delivered, and that they came in the dark of night. The cards were purportedly printed by a faction of the KKK known as the United Northern and Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, which has its Kentucky headquarters in Newport. The UNSKKKK claims on its web site to have members and organizations in nine states, including Indiana.