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Camp Nelson Civil War Days: Living History Event

Date(s): 9/6/2014, 9/7/2014

Saturday, September 6, 2014, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday, September 7, 2014, 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park, Nicholasville
150th Anniversary of Camp Nelson as a recruitment station. Experience military & civilian life during the Civil War and a skirmish reenactment on one of the best-preserved Union Army Supply Depot and recruitment sites in the nation. Living historians tell the stirring story of Camp Nelson and its impact on not only the Civil War but on African-American History.
Peggy McClintock, (859) 881-5716

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Chopra Center Certified Ayurvedic Lecture Series

Date(s): 10/3/2014, 10/4/2014 Date(s): 10/10/2014, 10/11/2014 Date(s): 10/17/2014

5:30pm -7:30pm

207 E Reynolds Rd #260, Lexington, KY 40517
Students will learn the Ayurvedic lifestyle program presented by a Deepak Chopra Certified Instructor. The Chopra Center is based in Carlsbad, California. Holistic Life Sciences is proud to have Chopra Instructor's on our team and bring this event to Lexington, Ky. Ayurveda is an ancient east Indian healing system and lifestyle, this course will provide all the information you need to begin a life filled with balance of mind, body, and soul. From our environmental challenges, our state of stress, weight loss and management our state of health and happiness unfolds. You will learn your personal elemental make up (Dosha) and how the food you eat, how you react to emotional situations, social interactions, mediation practices, and yoga practices will improve how you digest your life. Most may look at digestion as only referring to the food you eat. The digestion process goes far beyond the plate. Your day to day life, events you encounter, what your TV is tuned to, how much you enjoy your job and relationships, and your reaction to these life events all must be digested. If you hold onto those negative emotional trauma’s they will eventually manifest into a disease or illness, even if you ate the perfect amount of food with the perfect nutrition. Some who hold onto weight that eat healthy and workout, and they wonder why? It is because you have 'held onto' undigested emotional baggage. This powerful Ayurvedic knowledge will teach you the release process of the past and how to more efficiently process future emotions. Our goal is for our students to walk away with the knowledge of 'tuning' themselves from one moment to the next no matter what is taking place outside of them.

*****We give 12hrs of continued education credits to massage therapist*****

Holistic Life Sciences
Dr. Melissa Carver
859.626.2260

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Foster/Adoptive Parent Training Informational Meeting

Date(s): 9/2/2014

6:00pm-8:00pm

Soldiers of Jesus Christ Church, Breathitt County, 4700 Highway 15 South, Jackson,
Kentucky is in great need of foster and adoptive families for children who for various reasons are unable to live in their own homes. This Informational Meeting is a time for questions and answers concerning the requirements of becoming a foster or adoptive parent. No commitment is necessary and all training and materials are free of charge. The date and time of the upcoming classes will be discussed at this meeting with input from those wanting to attend. Classes will be for individuals and couples over the age of 21 to be trained to be Foster/Adoptive Parents. Requirements are: complete 30 hours of training and be certified with the State of KY: Pass a background check: Have an current income to care for your current family: and live in a safe home with room for more.
Della Carpenter at (606)666-7506 or your local DCBS office

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HP Printer not connecting to my laptop.

Date(s): 8/30/2014

4:30pm

Anitoch
I had an issue while connecting my 2 year old HP printer to my brother's laptop that I had borrowed for starting my own business. I used a quick Google search to fix the problem but that did not help me.

I then decided to get professional help to solve my problem. After having received many quotations from various companies, I decided to go ahead with Online Tech Repair (www.onlinetechrepairs.com).

Reasons I chose them over the others:

1) They were extremely friendly and patient with me during my initial discussions and responded promptly to my request.

2) Their prices were extremely reasonable.

3) They were ready and willing to walk me through the entire process step by step and were on call with me till I got it fixed.

How did they do it?

1) They first asked me to state my problem clearly and asked me a few questions. This was done to detect any physical connectivity issues with the printer.

2) After having answered this, they confirmed that the printer and the laptop were functioning correctly.

3) They then, asked me if they could access my
laptop remotely to troubleshoot the problem and fix it. I agreed.

4) One of the tech support executives accessed my laptop and started troubleshooting.

5) I sat back and watched as the tech support executive was navigating my laptop to spot the issue. The issue was fixed.

6) I was told that it was due to an older version of the driver that had been installed.

My Experience

I loved the entire friendly conversation that took place with them. They understood my needs clearly and acted upon the solution immediately. Being a technical noob, I sometimes find it difficult to communicate with tech support teams. It was a very different experience with the guys at Online Tech Repairs. You can check out their website www.onlinetechrepairs.com or call them on 1-914-613-3786.

I would definitely recommend this service to anyone who needs help fixing their computers.

Thanks a ton guys. Great Job....!!

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914-613-3786

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"Capitalizing on Culture"

Date(s): 8/1/2014, 8/2/2014

Friday 8/01/2014 10am - 4pm ; Saturday 08/02/2014 9am - 5pm

Pikeville, KY
Exploring how the National Park Service (NPS) “Discover Our Shared Heritage” Travel Itinerary Series might be put to use in Eastern Kentucky – and how innovative marketing of heritage tourism could reap huge economic returns – will be the focus of keynote presentations during the “Capitalizing on Culture” conference Aug. 1-2 in Pikeville.

Other sessions will examine place making, economic development through historic preservation, benefits of nonprofit advocacy, pumping life back into traditional downtowns, cemetery preservation and genealogical tourism, and identifying themes that can help the region link unique places and create heritage tourism opportunities by telling an authentic story.

The third entry in the 2014 Kentucky Preservation Series, “Capitalizing on Culture” is presented by the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office (KHC), Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) and Community Trust Bancorp Inc. Other presenting partners are Preservation Kentucky Inc. (PKI), the Kentucky Main Street Program, Friends of Kentucky Main Street, Pikeville Main Street Program, the City of Pikeville and Pike County.

This free, two-day conference will take place at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2.

Don Wollenhaupt, chief of interpretation and education for the NPS Southeast Region, will kick off the Friday program using African American history and Civil War sites to illustrate how a travel itinerary can be packaged and nationally branded to facilitate a well-rounded experience. A panel discussion will follow with representatives from Big South Fork National Park, the Lewis and Clark Trust, Daniel Boone National Forest and the Kentucky African American and Native American heritage commissions.

The Friday panel will include Phil Osborne, president of Osborne and Associates in Lexington and chair of the SOAR Tourism, Arts and Heritage working group. “Kentucky – especially the Appalachian Region – is so steeped in history and culture that many take it for granted. I see tremendous opportunity in nurturing that tradition of history, heritage and culture into its own tourism sector,” he said.

“Anything our SOAR working group can do to help push that concept along will be a welcomed challenge. The reward will be in the risks we take to bring that story to new generations of Kentuckians and to those who have migrated elsewhere who need to understand the deep roots that helped make them who they are today.”

At 1 p.m. Saturday, Griffin VanMeter of Bullhorn Creative and Kentucky for Kentucky will discuss the work he has done for his North Limestone neighborhood in Lexington and how place making helps define communities. This will be followed by a panel discussion with entrepreneurs from several successful eastern Kentucky small businesses.

Also Friday will be a discussion on preservation advocacy led by Betsy Hatfield, PKI executive director, followed by a roundtable discussion with representatives of regional and local preservation nonprofits discussing how their efforts have lasting benefits. The day will end with a free reception hosted by Preservation Kentucky, and free tours of historic sites associated with the Hatfields and McCoys.

Other Saturday presentations will examine cemetery preservation and genealogy-based heritage tourism, the National Register of Historic Places as a heritage tourism tool, state and federal rehabilitation tax credits for historic buildings, and Kentucky ArtPlace and Our Town, two programs that were the subject of a Kentucky Arts Council conference in May. Grant recipients who have benefited from these programs gathered to discuss opportunities to connect creative arts communities across the state, and two eastern Kentucky sessions will include recaps of that meeting as well as broaden the discussion to include anyone interested in building stronger communities and stimulating economic growth through arts and cultural engagement.

For a complete agenda, see http://www.heritage.ky.gov/news/2014caponculture.htm

Hampton Inn of Pikeville is serving as the conference hotel, with rooms available for $94 per night through July 23. For information or reservations, call 606-432-8181.
Diane Comer, KHC public information, 502-564-7005, ext. 120, diane.comer@ky.gov

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Foster/Adoptive Parent Training Informational Meeting

Date(s): 7/15/2014

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Letcher County Protection and Permancy Office (located in the brown brick & metal building across from Wal-Mart and the old Food World in Whitesburg.)
The need in Kentucky is great when it comes to having enough homes to care for the abused and neglected children who come into care. We need foster and adoptive families who are willing to be the safe haven for our children. If you are interested in helping then please attend this informational meeting to answer any questions. All classes and materials are free.
Heather Caudill- (606)633-0191

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Bluegrass Heritage Museum 2nd Thursday Program

Date(s): 7/10/2014

Please Call For Time

Bluegrass Heritage Museum, 217 S. Main Street, Winchester, KY.
Kevin Palmer discussed the Civil War and what happened in
Winchester during that time. He takes his information from the diary of a girl named Mattie Wheeler, who kept a diary of what occurred here in Winchester during the Civil War.
Sandra Stults, Executive Director
859-745-1358

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Prestonsburg High School Freshmen Orientation and Open House

Date(s): 7/21/2014, 7/22/2014

5:00pm to 7:00pm

Prestosnburg High School
Prestonsburg High School will be holding Freshmen Orientation and Open House on Monday July 21st from 5:00pm to 7:00pm for incoming freshmen last name A-J and Tuesday July 22nd from 5:00pm to 7:00pm last name K-Z. Parents will receive the mandatory Laptop training and gain information on the Freshmen One to One Digital Conversion during this time. This training along with a $30.00 fee is required before your child is eligible to receive their free laptop. Students will receive their schedules, tour the school and gain valuable information for the upcoming school year. Refreshments will be served.
Micca Ratliff
606-889-0134
micca.ratliff@floyd.kyschools.us

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Mindful Motherhood Training

Date(s): 6/11/2014, 6/18/2014, 6/25/2014, 7/2/2014, 7/9/2014, 7/16/2014, 7/23/2014, 7/30/2014

6:30-8:30 PM

Baby Moon, 2891 Richmond Road, Lexington KY
A training for pregnant women in meditation, yoga and being present in everyday activities, such as driving and running errands. The training will help women to copes with the various emotions that occur during pregnancy and while raising an infant.
Dr. Janelle McNeal, 859.389.6904,
dr.mcneal@janellmcneal.com

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Foster/Adoptive Parent Training Informational Meeting

Date(s): 6/17/2014

6:00p-8:00p

Perry County Protection and Permancy Office. Located in Hazard's Black Gold Shopping Center
Kentucky has a great need for trained foster/adoptive parents and this is an opportunity to learn about the free training available. This is a time for questions and answers concerning becoming a foster or adoptive parent in Kentucky. The classes and materials are free.
Eddie Carmack at (606)672-2313 or Mike Hurt at (606)633-0191

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Kentucky Green Building Leadership Summit with Rick Fedrizzi

Date(s): 6/25/2014

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

University of Louisville Clinical & Translational Research Building, 505 S Hancock St, Louisville KY, 40203
Special Kentucky U.S. Green Building Leadership Summit: Market Transformation for our Built Environment

USGBC President, CEO and Founding Chairman, Rick Fedrizzi, will be joined by a panel of distinguished leaders from Kentucky-based USGBC National Member organizations that have demonstrated a deep commitment to responsible, innovative, and healthy green building practices at the global, regional and local levels.

Join us to hear about the momentum that has been transforming the built environment for over 20 years.
Learn about the economic, environmental, and social impact of this movement so far and why there is a promise of tremendous continued impact.
There are more than 400 LEED projects in Kentucky. Celebrate this fact while learning how to participate in our continued transformation to an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous society

11 a.m. to 12 p.m. — Summit Presentation & Panel

Panelists:
Roger McClendon - Chief Sustainability Officer, YUM! Brands
Carey Smith - CEO, Big Ass Solutions
Dr. Shirley Willihnganz - Provost, University of Louisville

12 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. — VIP Reception by invitation
Pricing:
KY USGBC Member: $25
Potential KY USGBC Member: $35
Save 20% on the ticket price when you sign up as a member today!
Free Parking in UofL Garage, enter on Muhammad Ali Blvd.

Registration Link: https://fedrizzi.eventbrite.com
Nancy Church, 502-565-7774, info@usgbckentucky.org

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Kentucky USGBC Green Scene @ Honest Home in NuLu

Date(s): 5/28/2014

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Bluegrass Green Company (now Honest Home), 804 E Market St Louisville KY, 40206
Join us at our May Green Scene sponsored and hosted by Sandra Perry, owner of Honest Home in NuLu
Honest Home is the only sustainable product distributor and showroom within 500 miles of Louisville, offering a vast range of products from countertops to flooring to wall coverings. Mingle and browse among the growing variety of product offerings, many of which have LEED credit information readily available.

At the event:
Libation Station
As with every sponsored Green Scene, we will have free food and a choice of libations.

EP Station
Meet our Emerging Professionals and learn about the community projects they will be advancing throughout the year. Sign up to volunteer at Forecastle, and receive a pass for the day you volunteer.

AP Station
LEED AP (Accredited Professionals) are the backbone of LEED projects. Visit with LEED APs and LEED Green Associates from our Board, volunteer and membership ranks. Network to discover more about LEED credits and rating systems or how a LEED professional accreditation might advance your career.
Network in NuLu, browse, learn about LEED. Leave inspired to build and renovate your home or business with responsible, sustainable and attractive supplies and home goods.

This Green Scene is FREE to members and prospective members! Please join us and spread the word to other like-missioned sustainability professionals.
Registration Link: https://honesthomenulu.eventbrite.com
Nancy Church, 502-565-7774, info@usgbckentucky.org

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Diabetes: Free Educational Seminar

Date(s): 5/23/2014

2 to 4 pm

PT Pros of Hazard, 200 Village Lane
What: Free Diabetes Educational Seminar
When: Friday, May 23rd from 2 to 4PM
Where: PT Pros of Hazard located @ 200 Village Lane (Hazard Village Shopping Center)
Topics of discussion will include: the effects of exercise on glucose levels, proper food choices, the glycemic index, and preventative diabetic foot care. This event is FREE and open to the public, and will feature healthy snacks and door prizes. For more info, please contact PT Pros of Hazard at: 606-439-4777 or e-mail htabata@ptpros.net.
For more info, contact the clinic directly by phone at: (606) 439-4777 or e-mail Heather Tabata at: htabata@ptpros.net.

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Foster/Adoptive Parent Training Classes

Date(s): 5/21/2014

10:00 am

Johnson County DCBS Office, 2015 Main Street, Paintsville, KY 41240
The need in Kentucky is great when it comes to having enough homes to care for the abused and neglected children who come into care. We need foster and adoptive families who are willing to be the safe haven for our children. If you are interested in helping there please attend this informational meeting to answer any questions. All classes and materials are free.
Jennifer Pelphrey at 606-788-7100

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Foster/Adoptive Parent Training Informational Meeting

Date(s): 3/10/2014

6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M.

Soldiers of Jesus Christ Church, Breathitt County, 4700 Highway 15 South, Jackson,
Eastern Kentucky has a great need for good foster families. This event is a question/ answer time for individuals to learn about the process of becoming a foster/adoptive family. The classes are free of charge.
Brenda Shuler at (606)-668-3101 or Della Carpenter at (606)666-7506

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VETS FIRST EXPO

Date(s): 11/2/2013

11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.

NEW SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH, LONDON, KY
INFORMATION FOR VETERANS & DEPENDENTS ON VA BENEFITS, ENROLLMENT, HEALTHCARE SCREENINGS (INCLUDING FREE FLU SHOTS FOR ENROLLED VETS)
MELANIE ADAMS, LEXINGTON VA MEDICAL CENTER
HAZARD CLINIC - 606-436-2350

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Adoption Info Meeting

Date(s): 8/3/2013

2:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.

The Kentucky United Methodist Homes, Versailles Campus - 2050 Lexington Rd., Board Room
Interested in growing your family through adoption? Information will be provided on domestic and international adoption.
Mary Kendall Adoption Program
(270)683-3723, ext 249

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DIABETES ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR UNINSURED/UNDERINSURED INDIVIDUALS

11:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.

Graceway United Methodist Church, Rt. 80, Martin, KY
Informational meeting about the New Diabetes Assistance Program offered by the Floyd County Health Department for Uninsured/
Underinsured individuals.
Floyd County Health Department, (606) 886-2788

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LOUISVILLE National College Fair

2:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M.

Kentucky International Convention Center
IF YOU ARE COLLEGE BOUND, COME TO THE KENTUCKY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER ON SUNDAY, MARCH 3 FOR THE 2013 LOUISVILLE NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR. REPRESENTATIVES FROM MORE THAN 125 COLLEGES WILL BE ON HAND TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS AND TELL YOU ABOUT THEIR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND MORE. INFORMATIONAL WORKSHOPS WILL ALSO BE HELD.
ADMISSION IS FREE! THE LOUISVILLE NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR IS OPEN FROM 2:00PM-5:00PM ON SUNDAY, MARCH 3, AT THE KENTUCKY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER.
REGISTER NOW AT WWW.GOTOMYNCF.COM!

LEARN MORE AT WWW.NATIONALCOLLEGEFAIRS.ORG!
Malene Ward
703-836-2222
mward@nacacnet.org

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American Cancer Society Relay For Life Kickoff

6:30 P.M.

Buster's
Informational kickoff meeting for the 2013 Relay For Life fundraising season
Kara Harman
Phone: (859) 260.8287
kara.harman@cancer.org

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Intro to Medicare and 2013 Updates

6:30 P.M.

Eagle Creek Library
Free Seminar to answer your Medicare questions. Pete Alberti of Bluegrass Healthcare Solutions will provide information regarding Medicare, changes for the upcoming 2013 plan and answer questions. Reservations required through Eagle Creek Library 231-5500.
Eagle Creek Library
231-5500
Pete Alberti at Bluegrass Insurance Solutions 312-9646

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Doctor of Physical Therapy Information Session

3:00 P.M.

UK Center for Excellence in Rural Health
UK Student Services will host an information session for anyone who may be interested in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at UK in Hazard.
LeeAnn Helton
Student Services Director
606-439-3557 ext. 83508

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Legal & Financial Planning for Alzheimer's disease

10:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

Alzheimer's Association, 465 E. High Street, Suite 100
This program will give valuable information to families and individuals dealing with Alzheimer’s disease about how to plan for legal and financial needs. Financial and legal professionals will address issues such as making plans that fit the need, insurance coverage, power of attorney and other issues.
Renee Chase
Education Coordinator
859-266-5283
1-800-272-3900

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