Rally for Religious Freedom
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Paula Muncy, 859-312-1405, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lexington, KY Joins 2nd Coast-to-Coast Rally
Against the Obamacare HHS Mandate, Friday, June 8
Lexington, KY - On Friday, June 8, as the United States Supreme Court prepares to issue its ruling on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), concerned citizens of Lexington will take to the streets to voice public opposition to the Obama administration’s Health and Human Services Mandate. The HHS Mandate forces all employers—including Catholic schools and hospitals—to provide free contraceptives, surgical sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs through their health plans, regardless of religious or moral convictions.
The Lexington Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally will begin at 12 noon at Phoenix Park, on the corner of S. Limestone and W. Main , joining over 100 other cities and towns from Maine to Hawaii that are participating in this national event. A complete list of rally sites and other details are available at StandUpRally.com.
The June 8 Stand Up Rally builds on the tremendous momentum created by the first Stand Up Rally held on March 23, with over 63,000 citizens of all faiths attending local rallies in 145 cities. With the Supreme Court’s Obamacare ruling coming and the November elections in sight, the June 8 Stand Up Rally is expected to draw even larger crowds.
The Lexington Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally has been organized by Paula Muncy – email@example.com.
• What: Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally
• When: Friday, June 8, 12 noon to 1 p.m.
• Where: Phoenix Park on the corner of S. Limestone and W. Main
• Who: Hundreds of local citizens opposed to Obama’s HHS Mandate
The date for the Stand Up Rally was chosen to highlight the HHS Mandate’s unconstitutional infringement of religious freedom, coming just weeks before the highly anticipated Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare, expected at the end of June.
“If Obamacare is ruled unconstitutional, we must ensure that religious freedom will be protected in subsequent health care legislation” explained Muncy “But if Obamacare is not struck down, we’ll be sending the federal government a clear message that the faith-based institutions and private businesses affected by the HHS Mandate here in Lexington will not violate their consciences by complying with it.”
Muncy emphasized that the Stand Up Rally has nothing to do with access to contraception. “There is no ‘war on contraception’ in our country. Contraception is already widely, cheaply available. What’s really under attack today is religious freedom.”
The June 8 Rally coincides with the 223rd anniversary of the day James Madison introduced the Bill of Rights to the 1st Congress, including what would become the First Amendment. “We’re standing up for the First Amendment and demanding that all our health care laws respect religious freedom,” Muncy explained.
For more information please contact: Paula Muncy, firstname.lastname@example.org
See also StandUpRally.com.
Paula Muncy 859-312-1405
Light up the sky's for Jesus Jackson County's Independence day from Addiction
Jackson Co, Mckee Ball Park
There will be great Singing and fire work show to light up the sky and its free. It will be an awesome night of Prayer, Praise and worship for all ages. There will be plenty to eat and drink so come hungry and ready to enjoy the night in celebration for an end of addiction. This is not only for Jackson Co, Addiction has taken over in every small community. It is time to take a stand in Prayer. We are taking a stand against addiction and the Death Dealers (AKA) Drug dealers and Illegal Drugs. We would love for all the surrounding counties to come out and join us.
Susan Willey (606)391- 9309 (606) 965-2654
Lincoln County High School Class of 1987 Reunion
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cedar Creek Lake Sportsman Club, Crab Orchard, KY
Come celebrate the Class of 1987's 25th Anniversary Reunion! Tickets are $25 each, or $38 after May 29, 2012. Tickets available at the door. Tickets available on Paypal for a $3 processing fee at:http://lincolnclassof1987.weebly.com/
Barbara Jacobs Priest
3438 Fleetwood Drive
Lexington, KY 40502
Smith Family Reunion, Decendents of Monroe & Samaria Smith
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Perry County Senior Center
Smith Family Reunion. Bring a covered dish and come join in on the fun!
Troy Smith 606-436-5541 or 606-216-2804
Rachel Stidham 606-435-0845/606-216-8702
Phyllis Noble 606-216-3024
Vacation Bible School
6 - 8:30 pm
Zebulon Church of Christ
The theme of VBS this year is the Adventures of Promise Land. Children get creative with crafts, play games, eat supper, and most importanly learn God's promises never change.
Diane Birchfield: 606-437-2229
Zebulon Church of Christ: 606-432-3214
Abundant Living Medical Grand Opening of Beaumont
5:30pm - 8pm
Wed February 15th
- Clinic will be open and seeing patients that day from 9-4:30
- Grand Opening Mixer is in the evening (Wednesday, February 15) from 5:30pm to 8pm
- The new address is 1001 Monarch Street - second floor
- Phone number - 263-4900
- Interesting items: We are Lexington's Leader in Hormones,
Testosterone, Thyroid & Adrenals as well as Real Medical Weightloss!
Discover reasons why you always feel tired, can't sleep or can't sleep
enough, why your body won't lose any weight....and why you just don't
feel like you used too! Hundreds and hundreds of satisfied patients.
Phone number - 263-4900
Hurricane Creek Miner Memorial and Historical Marker Dedication
1370 Hurricane Creek Road, Hyden KY 41749
Opening ceremony for the Hurricane Creek Miner Memorial and dedication of the historical marker. Memorial is in honor of the 38 men who lost their lives in the 1970 mine disaster. The disaster is the worst mining disaster in Kentucky history.
Derek Motsch, P.E.