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Aquila Churchill Tax-Free Fund of Kentucky 27th Annual Meeting of Shareholders

Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Brown & Williamson Club, Univ of Louisville, 2800 S. Floyd Street, Louisville, KY
Local economist Dr. James Ramsey and portfolio manager Royden Durham will discuss Kentucky’s economic and investment outlook, including its infrastructure and municipal bond market at the 27th annual shareholder meeting of Aquila Churchill Tax-Free Fund of Kentucky. Durham, who manages the Fund, will also update attendees on investments in the Aquila Churchill Tax-Free Fund of Kentucky, a municipal bond fund designed especially for Kentucky residents.

800-437-1020, Aquila Group of Funds
http://aquilafunds.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/KY-save-the-date-web-2014.pdf



Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Douglas Park
Egg Hunt for Kids 0-12

Patricia Alcorn


YouthAlert! (YA!) A free Youth Violence Prevention Event & Forum

Lexington, Kentucky
YouthAlert! (YA!) Lexington, KY on Saturday, April 12, 2014 is a FOUR HOUR live Youth Violence Prevention Event & Forum. It includes live Youth Violence Prevention Programs, Youth Health Advocates, Guest Speakers, Audience Participation, Videos, Discussion, free Lunch and both Adult and Youth panels discussing ways both Youths and Adults can meet HALFWAY, equally, to reduce all violence. Everyone’s opinion at YouthAlert! (YA!) Lexington, KY is important. Come, Be Peaceful, and Your Voice will be Heard! YA! is U!

Douglas A. Wain, 859-299-0547 Ext. 23


~Cemetery Roads Fish & Game Club New Years Bash~

Leslie Co. Fish & Game Club Hyden.Ky. 41749
Well folks Cemetery Road is ready and we gonna throw a Hillbilly rock & roll new years eve show for you fine folks this year @ The Fish & Game Club !!

We gonna have it on Tuesday the 31th. from 9:00 PM til 1:00 AM So everybody lookin' for a great time and a good reason to kiss ya favorite lady this is ya chance!!

Lets kick this year out and bring in the new year with Cemetery Road rockin' the house!!
Admission will be $5.00 a head and a great time like this is worth every penny!!

All ages are welcome!!

See ya there!!

CR

Rick 606-672-2969
Scott 606-279-4397
Lonnie 606-672-2521



OCTOBERFEST

OWSLEY COUNTY HEALTH CARE CENTER
A COMMUNITY EVENT EVERYONE WELCOME, VENDORS WELCOME TO SET UP FOR FREE, ALL DAY ENTERTAINMENT, FREE FOOD AND PRIZES EVERY HOUR.

DENISE LYNCH


Cabela’s Ladies’ Day

Cabela’s in Louisville
Cabela’s in Louisville will celebrate the growing number of women enjoying the outdoors with Ladies Day Out, October 5, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This semi-annual event encourages ladies to try out the latest outdoor apparel, camping gear, personal firearms and other supplies. The first 100 women to register at the store will receive a free gift and all women who attend and participate in the event will be invited to enjoy the employee discount on all purchases.

With more than 5 million women participating in shooting sports, an increase of 46.5 percent since 2001, this growing demographic will enjoy classes including:
• Women’s Archery Range
• NRA Surviving A Violent Event Courses
• Casting Range

According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, new target shooters–those who have taken up the sport in the last five years–are younger, female and urban when compared to established target shooters, or those participating for more than five years.

Classes will be taught by local experts and are free of charge.

Product specialists and industry experts will be on hand to answer questions and provide recommendations while offering suggestions to help ladies make the most of their next outdoor adventure.

“Ladies Day Out is a celebration of women in the outdoors," said Bob Johnson, general manager. “Cabela’s is proud to offer women not only the gear, but also the expert knowledge to pursue their outdoor passions.”

For a complete schedule of Ladies Day Out events, call (502) 365-9020. Cabela’s Louisville is located at 5100 Norton Healthcare Blvd. For additional information or to shop online, visit www.Cabelas.com.



Grateful Bread Food Pantry - Hunger Awareness March

Mt. Vernon, Kentucky - Main Street
Grateful Bread Food Pantry, a mission of Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) in conjunction with the City of Mt. Vernon will host its 2nd Annual Hunger Awareness March. The 2-mile march will take place Wednesday, September 11 at 10:00 a.m. starting on East Main Street. Hunger and poverty are nationwide issues and not just regional problems. Join us... let's walk together to fight against hunger.

Carolyn Lindsey, 859.339.4319 clindsey@chrisapp.org
or Sherri Barnett (606) 256.3035 ext. 3 sbarnett@chrisapp.org



Memorial Day Service

May 27, 2013 11:00 A.M.

Barbourville Cemetery, Barbourville KY
Singing of patriotic songs, honoring veterans, Salute Battery from 138th Fires Brigad, playing of taps

Connie Locke
606-542-4955



Higher Ground ATV Club INC to Host 1st Annual Chili Cook-off and ATV ride

Mar 30, 2013 11:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.

Lotts Creek Vol Fire Dept
Two Categories to enter or enter both
1. Fire Rescue Chili (Hot and Spicy) or 2. Best over all chili

ATV ride from 11am to 3pm
Chili cook-off 3pm to 6pm
Judging @ 4:00 pm

Pre-register and sign in at 2 PM @ the Lotts Creek Vol. Fire Department.
Entry fee for adults is $5.00 (16 and over class)
Entry fee for children is $2.00 (15 and under class)



Danny Miller 606-438-3589
hgatv@yahoo.com



Appalachian Hospice Care "Heart and Sole" Walk

Johnson County Health Department
Appalachian Hospice Care "Heart and Sole" 5K, 10K and 2 mile Wallk.
November 17, 2012 beginning at 9:00 am.
Johnson County Health Department. Registration on ACTIVE.com or day of the race. Race to benefit services of AHC.




UNITED FOR COAL Across The Nation

Oct 13, 2012 2:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M.

Along US 23 North from Letcher County to Floyd County
Join the Thousands who will join hands in unity with the Coal Miners and their Families!

Allen Gibson (606)205-8491


Red, White & Blue Days

The City of Martin, Floyd County
Come show your American Pride with us and honor those men and women of America's Armed Forces. Live local entertainment, carnival rides, great food and more.

Clerks Office: 606-285-9335
FAX: 606-285-3309
http://redwhiteandbluedays.weebly.com



Red, White & Blue Days

The City of Martin, Floyd County
Come show your American Pride with us and honor those men and women of America's Armed Forces. Live local entertainment, carnival rides, great food and more.

Clerks Office: 606-285-9335
FAX: 606-285-3309
http://redwhiteandbluedays.weebly.com



Woodland Owners Short Course

Cedarmore Camp, Bagdad, KY
Helping woodland owners to get the most of out of their woodlands.

UK Forestry Extension
859.257.7597



Woodland Owners Short Course

Marshall Co. Extension Office
Helping woodland owners to get the most of out of their woodlands.

859.257.7597


Haddix Cemetery Memorial Meeting, Ky 1110

Haddix, KY
Annual memorial service. Looking forward to the fellowship, singing and preaching.

Cathy Hollon; 606-666-5553
cathyhollon@ymail.com



Downtown Versailles Friday Night Block Party

West Green Street, Downtown Versailles
The Versailles Merchants Association’s fourth of five Friday Night Block Parties is Friday, August 3rd , 6:30 – 9:30PM with Puncheon Creek. Event is downtown Versailles on W. Green St. off N. Main. Variety of food vendors, Kentucky Ale & Wildside Wine available. Activities for the kids too. Bring you lawn chairs/sun hats and enjoy a free night of entertainment and food. Downtown shops will be open late.

Maria Bohanan
859-873-7465



Friends and Family Day Picnic

201 Castlewood Drive Lexington, Kentucky 40505
Free food and games and
fellowship
All are welcome.

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Back to school bash!

Town Branch Church, Prestonsburg,KY 41653
Back to school bash! New school clothes and shoes. School supplies. Child needs to attend. Come out and be blessed!

Pastor Tom Nelson
606-889-9286



Multicultural Community Health Fair

807 South Limestone, UK Medical Center
A Multicultural Community Health Fair is being organized by students at the University of Kentucky’s College of Medicine from 10am to 6pm on Saturday, Aug. 11. The fair will include indoor and outdoor health-related activities and screenings and will be held at 138 Leader Avenue on UK's campus, across South Limestone from the Kentucky Clinic.

The health fair is for uninsured adults and children in the Fayette County area and will include free health services and health screenings such as blood sugar checks, physical exams, and dental services, among others. In addition to the College of Medicine, students from the UK College of Dentistry, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, College of Public Health and College of Health Sciences will participate in providing care to underserved patients in Fayette County.

Free parking for the event will be available in the new New UK Chandler Hospital parking garage off South Limestone, as well as the parking lot on the east side of Press Ave marked “Employee”. The health fair can also be accessed with direct stops from Lextran routes #5.

For more information, visit UKHealthFair.org.







MCHF Press Release Draft
June 08, 2012

Multicultural Community Health Fair Planned for Aug. 11 at UK


LEXINGTON, Ky. (July 6, 2012) -- A Multicultural Community Health Fair is being organized by students at the University of Kentucky’s College of Medicine from 10am to 6pm on Saturday, Aug. 11. The fair will include indoor and outdoor health-related activities and screenings and will be held at 138 Leader Avenue on UK's campus, across South Limestone from the Kentucky Clinic.

The health fair is for uninsured adults and children in the Fayette County area and will include free health services and health screenings such as blood sugar checks, physical exams, and dental services, among others. In addition to the College of Medicine, students from the UK College of Dentistry, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, College of Public Health and College of Health Sciences will participate in providing care to underserved patients in Fayette County.

Initiated in the spring of 2000, the event was previously known as the “Hispanic Health Fair” and has helped 350 to 500 individuals annually in the Latino community with free health services. This year, in an effort to better serve the entire community, individuals of all races and ethnicities are encouraged to attend with organizers anticipating serving 750 to 1,000 patients.

Free parking for the event will be available in the new New UK Chandler Hospital parking garage off South Limestone, as well as the parking lot on the east side of Press Ave marked “Employee”. The health fair can also be accessed with direct stops from Lextran routes #5.

For more information, visit UKHealthFair.org.






George Goshua & Kenisha Webb (606) 422-1853



East Jessamine High School Partners With Dodge

East Jessamine High School - 815 Sulphur Well Road, Nicholasville, KY, 40356
Representatives from Dodge brand and Chrysler on Nicholasville will join East Jessamine High School for the Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser at 815 Sulphur Well Road, Nicholasville, KY, on Friday, August 3. Dodge will make a $20 donation to the East Jessamine High School Marching Band for each person who takes a short test drive at the event. Come check out and take a spin in the latest Dodge Brand vehicles from Chrysler on Nicholasville. Any licensed driver, age 18 or older with a valid driver’s license, may drive and earn a $20 donation. Test drives will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the school’s Marching Show and Football Scrimmage.




James Roberts Benefit Gospel Singing

Stinnett Area Community Center HWY 406
Chicken and Dumpling or Ham dinner served from 4-6 P.M. for $5.00 Gospel singing from 6-10

Michael Roberts 606 374 3959


Lawrence County FFA Petting Zoo, Hotdog Sale, Pony Rides, and Saleing Fresh Vegetable

Tractor Supply in Louisa
Lawrence County FFA Chapter is having a Petting Zoo, Hotdog Sale, Pony Rides, & are saleing fresh vegetables out of our graden. This will be Saturday July 21st, 2012 11am to 3pm!
Prices are as followed:
Feed for petting zoo: 50cents per bag
Hotdogs: $5 for 2 hotdogs, drink, & chips
Pony Rides: $3 per person
Fresh Vegetable: See Workers that day about prices!
Lawrence County FFA Hopes to see you & your family there

Melissa Branham (1-606-232-7336)


50th Anniversary of Airport Gardens Baptist Church

Perry County Park
Swiming, picinic and singing.

Pastor Adam Feltner 233-6323


Madison County Fair

Richmond, KY
Annual fair. Livestock shows, horse shows, ATV and truck dirt drags, car show, truck and tractor pulls, carnival rides, magician, bands, Veteran's Appreciation and Family Fun Day

Alane Poff
859-661-0700



MEET THE BOBCATS

BELL CO HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA
SPAGHETTI DINNER AND MEET THE 2012 BOBCAT FOOTBALL TEAM

Joe Harris
606-269-2330



Library Road Block

Wheelwright Junction Bridge
Collecting donations for the Wheelwright library to fund a children's story corner, book clubs, and other library improvements.

Sam Little
(606)452-1211



Free Better Business Bureau "Shred Day'

Lowes Home Improvement, 2300 Grey Lag Way, Lexington (Hamburg)
Help protect yourself from identity theft by safely disposing of old, unneeded documents that contain your personal information. Shredding provided by Cintas Document Management. 5 box limit (no businesses, please). No need to remove clips or staples. Rain or shine!

Heather Clary, BBB of Central & Eastern Kentucky (859) 259-1008


The Old Stone School House Scavenger Hunt Road Rally

Madison, Indiana, Visitors Bureau, 601 West First Street, Madison, Indiana
This road course takes us on the true backroads of Jefferson County, Indiana. Taking us deep into the rural countryside this route features 10 one room school houses dating back to the 1850s, 3 ghost towns and an abandoned insane asylum built around 1825!

For a flyer with complete details, go to: http://www.scenicroadrallies.com/downloads/2012TheOldStoneSchoolHouseScenicRoadRally.pdf

To view a video of the road course, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdkU03DJEfo

Scenic Road Rallies, 812-623-5727


Ladies Conference - Your Scars are Beautiful to God

Clover Street Chruch of Christ , Harlan Kentucky
Ladies conference that promotes healing of old wounds that can become beautiful Scars which can be used to help others.

Gwen Turner
606-573-7115



Bluegrass Fair presented by Lexington Lions Club

3051 Leestown Road at Masterson Station Park
Carnival rides and games, live music, daily shows, agricultural and 4-H exhibits, petting zoo and great Fair food.

Rob Bolson, 859-699-8947.


Whitesburg Bike Night Proudly supporting the Coal Miners, Truckers and all affiliates of coal industry.

Whitesburg Ky
Saturday July 14, registration at 11am "NO ENTRY FEE" at Pine Mountain Grill. Each registered biker that rides will receive one ticket for a drawing of $100.00 to be given away at bike nite. (Must be present to win) Best decorated Hard Hat will receive $25.00. Stands up at 12 sharp! Proudly supporting the Coal Miners, Truckers and all affiliates of coal industry. If you own a motorcycle ride it! If not you are welcome to follow our ride in vehicle. The ride will last approximately 4 hours returning to downtown Whitesburg for WHITESBURG BIKE NITE and more fun and adventures begin. Registration for adult and children games at 6pm. FREE TO ATTEND! FREE LIVE MUSIC! FREE FUN! Trophies and prizes for game winners. Trophies for Best of Show, People's Choice and Longest Distance Rider. WHITESBURG BIKE NITE is for everyone to attend, enjoy and there is no age limit. For more information call 606-335-0110 or email:whitesburgbikenite@yahoo.com

606-335-0110


FOOTHILLS TOYS FOR TOTS ATV/UTV TRAIL RIDE SPONSORED BY Kawasaki Polaris 606-297-4423

DEPARTING FROM SOUTH MAGOFFIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL @ 10:00
HELPING TO MAKE CHRISTMAS A LITTLE BRIGHTER FOR A CHILD, ONE TRAIL RIDE AT A TIME.

FOOTHILLS BROADBAND 606-297-3501


Woodland Owners Short Course

Whitley County Extension Office
The WOSC is run on a regional basis with a full Saturday program in the East, Central, and West regions of the state.
The regional programs have been developed by local planning committees with local needs in mind and cover a wide variety of subjects. Some topics covered include: how to receive a fair price when you sell timber, making your woodlands wildlife friendly, wild boar issues, tree id, tree planting, emerald ash borer and much more (see brochure). The WOSC is one of the best woodland educational opportunities available in the state for woodland owners; however, anyone with an interest in forestry or wildlife will benefit from attending.

The WOSC will be held in 3 locations in August (August 4 -- Whitley Co.; August 11 -- Marshall Co.; August 25 -- Franklin and Shelby Co. This program is a great opportunity for families to learn how to enhance their woodlands and get the most from their ownership experience. Most woodland owners are not aware of the wide variety of organizations and programs available to help them care for their woodlands. The primary mission of the WOSC is to assist Kentucky’s woodland owners in the care and management of their woodland resource.

More than ten Kentucky forestry, wildlife, and natural resource organizations work in partnership to plan, and conduct the WOSC. http://www.ca.uky.edu/forestryextension/WOSC.php



Renee' Williams 859.257.7597


Clear Creek Cruise-In

Clear Creek Baptist Churck, 30 Pinckard Pike, Versailles, KY
Cruise-In to show off your car, truck or bike at the first Clear Creek Cruise-In. The event is free and no pre-registration is required. It's open to all makes and models. If you don’t have an entry, please come out to show your support and enjoy the great line-up! Hot dogs and sodas available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Clear Creek Baptist Church Children's and Youth Ministry Services.

For more information contact (859)967-6558 or (859)420-7613


Shiloh Baptist Church 12th Annual Family Fun Resource Fair

Shiloh Baptist Church, 237 E. Fifth Street, Lexington, KY 40508
The Shiloh Baptist Church 12th Annual Family Fun Resource Fair will be held on Saturday, August 4, 2012 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Come and enjoy free food, prizes, and fun. Free and open to the public. Fun for all ages. Call 859-252-5315 for more information.

Briggit Miller
859-948-6147



Sing/Song Fest

Mayo Memorial United Methodist Church
Singing praises to God

Pastor John W Hatton, 606-789-3296


Kentucky Guild of Artists & Craftsmen Fall Fair

Indian Fort Theatre, Berea, KY
The Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen will present exquisite hand made works of art during the Fall Fair of 2012 at historic Indian Fort Theatre in Berea, Kentucky on Saturday, October 13th from 10am – 6pm and Sunday, October 14th from 10am – 5pm. Talented artists from across the Commonwealth will provide beautiful art and crafts for art lovers & collectors to purchase for their collection or as unique gifts for family and friends. Enjoy traditional foods and great music, as you walk through the tree lined path viewing all the high quality items that have been hand made especially for you. $5.00 admission & free parking. Find more information at www.kyguild.org or call 859-986-3192.

Jeannette Rowlett
859-986-3192



JuLive! at Cornerstone Christian Church of Pikeville

Cornerstone Christian Church, 222 Hambley Blvd. Pikeville, KY 41501
An unforgettable Vacation Bible School Experience! Every Wednesday night from 6pm-8:30pm. Come and join us to learn how to live a Christian Life! All children 6 months to 6th grade welcome! Call 606-437-6725 for more information.

Whitney Hamilton (Children's Ministry Leader) 606-794-8407


Lunsford Family Reunion

DAV Park in Keavy,Ky
Please bring a covered dish and drink.

For directions or questions please contact Connie at 606-215-1279.


Keene Day 2012

Keene Community Lodge
Parade, games, vendors and Food

Carolyn Adams
(313)333-8131



Free Extreme Couponing Class

Central Library ( Downtown) 4th Floor Room B
Hi I am an Extreme Couponer as seen on TV. I am 13 but I have saved over 3,000 using coupons. I am here to teach you how to save money year round on your grocery bill every month using coupons.The class is FREE! Please come out we will have raffle prizes as well.

Dion - 859-963-6598 or 859-259-2787


Breathitt County Job Club

Breathitt County Life Skills Center, 1127 Main Street, Jackson Kentucky
Breathitt County Job Club meets every Thursday at 11:00 a.m.

Job Clubs help you create a game plan for your job search, link with quality employers, improve your interviewing skills, connect with other job seekers and much more

MKCAP, Inc WIA
606-666-2369



Free Extreme Couponing Class

Central Library ( Downtown) 4th Floor Room B
Hi I am an Extreme Couponer as seen on TV. I am 13 but I have saved over 3,000 using coupons. I am here to teach you how to save money year round on your grocery bill every month using coupons.The class is FREE! Please come out we will have raffle prizes as well.

Dion - 859-963-6598 or 859-259-2787


Fro-Jo's Friday Night Live

Fro-Jo's Frozen Yogurt
Fro-Jo’s Friday Night Live this week,July 13th, features the Brickhouse Blend band from 8-10 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy some free entertainment and great tasting yogurt. Facebook at Frojoslex, 859-245-0008.


Paula McGuire
245-0008



Fro-Jo's Friday Night Live

Fro-Jo's Frozen Yogurt
Fro-Jo’s Friday Night Live this week,July 6th, features the band, Viloet from 8-10 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy some free entertainment and great tasting yogurt. Facebook at Frojoslex, 859-245-0008.


Paula McGuire
859-245-0008



Fro-Jo's Friday Night Live

Fro-Jo's Frozen Yogurt
Fro-Jo’s Friday Night Live this week, June 22nd, features Shawn Waddle performing from 8-10 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy some free entertainment and great tasting yogurt. Facebook at Frojoslex, 859-245-0008.


Paula McGuire
859-245-0008



'Guilty' Movie Premier

Paramount Arts Center 1300 Winchester Avenue Ashland, KY 41101

Guilty, the second movie for local production company, Westwood Productions, will premier at the Paramount Arts Center in Ashland, Kentucky on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. Admission will be FREE and concessions will be available for purchase.

This is the second effort for filmmaker David Cordial who started Westwood Productions in association with Fairview Baptist Church where he serves as Associate Pastor – Children’s Minister. Cordial, an Ashland native, writes faith-based movies that present God’s message of salvation in unique ways. He says, “In today’s world we learn a lot more by what we see and less from what we hear. By putting the Gospel message in the form of movies we become a medium that is easily acceptable by almost everyone. Everyone likes movies, everyone wants to be entertained.”

Guilty stars Marlon Robinson who plays Paul, a prisoner who maintains his innocence while his wife, played by Robinson’s wife Lori, struggles to make him see his guilt. Cordial also stars in the film as Tiny, an acquaintance of Paul’s who tries to help him through the struggles he faces while in prison.

The film was shot during the spring and summer of 2011 and used actors from the church. Children as well as adults participated in the filming. Not only did church members work as actors but some also lent their homes for use during filming. In addition, the church was used for many scenes. The West Virginia State Penitentiary located in Moundsville, West Virginia which went out of operation in 1995 allowed the crew to film some scenes there as well. The film’s editor, Isaac Stambaugh, is also an Ashland native but now lives in Cincinnati and works as a producer for Rebel Pilgrim Productions.

Cordial hopes to see many people attend the premier at the Paramount. More information about the movie can be found at the website: www.guilitythemovie.com.


David Cordial
606-922-2441



2nd Bluegrass Food Blast

Main and Vine, 366 East Main Street Lexington, KY 40507
The Bluegrass Food Truck Association presents the 2nd Bluegrass Food Blast. The Bluegrass Food Blast will be an event to share with Lexington the culinary shining stars that are mobile vendors.

Support food trucks in Lexington at the Bluegrass Food Blast! Let's show our city council and brick and mortar restaurants the vibrancy that food trucks can bring to the downtown area.



Sean Tibbetts
859-420-7528



Hepcats Siwng Dance!

1801 Alexandria Dr. (Arthur Murray Dance Studio)
Come cut a rug with the Hepcats at this Saturday Night Swing Dance. Everyone is welcome! Free swing dance lesson, complimenary refreshments and lot of dancing to great music. See www.luv2swingdance.com for all the details.

Mike Richardson
859-420-2426
www.Luv2SwingDance.com



Breathitt County Job Club

Breathitt County Life Skills Center
1127 Main Street
Jackson, Kentucky 41339


MKCAP, Inc. WIA
606-666-2369



Bluegrass Mud Run

University of Kentucky
WUKY in partnership with UK ROTC will be hosting the Inaugural Bluegrass Mud Run on the campus of the University of Kentucky on Sept. 22, 2012. This will be a 5K run with obstacles placed throughout with many involving MUD! This event will help both non-profit organizations to continue to deliver our services to the community. This event will begin at Commonwealth Stadium, home of the Kentucky Wildcats football team.

Robert Claborn
WUKY 91.3 FM
Marketing Assistant/Event Coordinator
340 McVey Hall
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0045
859-257-9026
www.wuky.org



Site Based Council Parent Election

W.B. Muncy Elementary Hyden Location
The parent election for the 2012-13 Site-Based Council members will be held. You must have a student enrolled at Muncy for the 2012-13 school year in order to vote.

Doug Coots, Principal (606)279-5263 or(606)672-4118


Granny Ruby's Spring Carnival and Silent Auction (Proceeds go to the UKHC Kentucky Childrens Hospital

3041 Elizabeth Street Nicholasville, KY (Acrros from Toyota on Nicholasville)
A spring carnival open to the public as a good will endeavor for Nicholasville, Lexington and surrounding counties. Dunking Booth, Talent Show, Petting Zoo, Blow Ups, Silent Auction, Raffle, Food and Fun

Tonia Barnes or Tammy Smithers
859-881-0606



29th Anniversary Revival

Unity Baptist Chirch Richmond Ky
Featuring Carroll Roberson singing and preaching at each service.

D . L. Brewer
859-624-9464



Free kids inflatable obstacle course, basketball camp coming to Magoffin

South Magoffin Elementary School, 171 Half Mountain Road, Salyersville
SALYERSVILLE – Youth of Magoffin County will have double the fun at free Operation UNITE events to be held Thursday, June 21.

From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. the Kentucky Army National Guard’s Civil Operations Unit from London will set up their popular inflatable obstacle course in the gym at South Magoffin Elementary School, 171 Half Mountain Road, in Salyersville.

Then, from 4 p.m. to about 7 p.m., a free regional Shoot Hoops Not Drugs basketball camp will be conducted by former University of Kentucky basketball standout Jeff Sheppard.

Youth can participate in either or both events.

This is the 7th year for Shoot Hoops Not Drugs camps, which provide basketball skills instruction in conjunction with anti-drug and self-esteem messages. In addition, parents and guardians have an opportunity to attend an education program on how to talk to their children about drugs.

All youth participants receive a free event T-shirt, regulation basketball, food and water, and be entered into a drawing for two portable basketball goals given away at the conclusion of each camp (must be present to win).

Participants are asked not to wear open-toe shoes or sandals and to arrive about 15 minute early for registration.

Presented by Phoenix Products, Shoot Hoops Not Drugs camps are fun, interactive, and provide a safe, drug-free activity where children have an opportunity to interact with positive role models while learning fundamental basketball skills.

As a senior at the University of Kentucky, Sheppard was named the NCAA’s Final Four Most Valuable Player in the Wildcats’ 1997-98 National Championship season. He would later go on to play one season with the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and 3 years in Italy.

Major sponsors include Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Kentucky, Codell Construction, Lightyear Network Solutions, Senture, State Senator Robert Stivers, Walmart of Eastern Kentucky and WestCare. Silver sponsors are Dollar Mania (Manchester), First National Bank of Manchester, and J. Shelby Inc. (Clay Circuit Court Clerk James Phillips). Teddy G. Woods, CPA, of Manchester is a Bronze sponsor.

Since 2006, UNITE has conducted 38 regional camps with 5,055 youth participants representing 53 Kentucky counties, 11 other states and one other country.

For more information about Operation UNITE visit their website at www.operationunite.org.


Marrowbone Missionary Baptist Church Community 4th of July Celebration!

Venters Ky
A community get together with A church service beginning at 7:00 p.m. with special singing, cookout, prizes for the kids, inflatables, and fireworks at dark sponsored by The Marrowbone Fire Department. Everyone Welcome.

For More Information Contact Pastor Roger Johnson @ 754-3099


Vacation Bible School

Big Creek Baptist Church,(Clay County)
Kids come and learn and hear the stories of the Bible.Everyone welcome

Mark or Jan Back 606-598-3750. Call if you need a ride or other information. God Bless


Gospel Music Test Fest

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
Held in observation of National Day of HIV Testing we are hosting a gospel mini-concert and testing event in hopes to raise awareness and increase HIV Testing in our community.

John Bentley


GraceWay UMC VBS

Langley/Maytown, Ky
BIBLE STORIES, ACTIVITIES, DAILY TRUTHS,
SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS, CRAFTS, COOK-OUT and more!

Donna Gray
606-285-3808



GraceWay UMC VBS

Langley/Maytown, Ky
BIBLE STORIES, ACTIVITIES, DAILY TRUTHS,
SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS, CRAFTS, COOK-OUT and more!

Donna Gray
606-285-3808



Kentucky Condo Act - What Every Association Must Know

Northeast Christian Church - 990 Star Shoot Parkway Lexington, KY 40509
Presented by CAI Kentucky

RESPONSIBILITY AND COMPLIANCE UNDER THE KENTUCKY UNIFORM CONDOMINIUM ACT

Cost-
$25 Member / $35 Non-member / $25 First Time Guest

What’s changed?
In 2010, Kentucky’s Condominium Law changed for the first time since the 1960’s.
In 2012, SIGNIFICANT revisions and improvements were made to the Condominium Act

Who do the changes impact?
Condominium Boards, Condo sellers and buyers, Real Estate Agents, Condo Managers, Accountants, Attorneys, and Developers

Why attend?
This seminar will cover the following aspects of the Act:
High level review of the full Act
Detail review of the key 2012 changes
Detail review of impact on each stakeholder group
Compliance checklists for condo boards, sellers and buyers

Who is presenting?

Richard V. Hornung, Esq., Partner of Hebel and Hornung, PSC, Past President of CAI-KY Chapter and contributor to the Condominium Act Development and Revisions
L. Thomas Richards, CMCA®, PCAM®, President of Community Management Associates, LLC., Past President of CAI-KY Chapter, Chairperson for CAI Kentucky Legislative Affairs Committee and Contributor to the Condominium Act development and Revisions

Due to limited seating, registration is required, please use the link provided or contact:
Kimm Hudson, Executive Director
CAI Kentucky
502-515-1977

Event Website:
http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e5zbkf5zbc85a9c1&llr=8qtg6ojab


Kimm Hudson, Executive Director
CAI Kentucky
502-515-1977
www.cai-ky.net



Rally for Religious Freedom

Phoenix Park
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Paula Muncy, 859-312-1405, info@lexingtonrallyforreligiousfreedom.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 – info@lexingtonrallyforreligiousfreedom.org.

• 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, info@lexingtonrallyforreligiousfreedom.org

See also StandUpRally.com.


Paula Muncy 859-312-1405


Vacation Bible School

First Baptist Church of Wooton
Vacation Bible School
Everyone Welcome

Sharon Lewis
1-606-279-4373



R. J. Corman 5K & Duathlon to Benefit Chrysalis House

R.J. Corman Railroad Group, Nicholasville, KY
Thousands of dollars in Prize Money and Giveaways!
5K and Duathlon Winners, Male & Female, each receive:

•1st place $750
•2nd place $250
•3rd place $100
•4th place $50 gift certificate to Swim Bike Run of Kentucky
•5th place $25 gift certificate to Swim Bike Run of Kentucky
•SIX $200 CASH GIVEAWAYS!
ALL REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ELIGIBLE (except 1-3 place winners)
Register:
www.cormanracesforchrysalis.com


Lisa Minton, 859-977-2502


VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL DAYCAMP

PRESTONSBURG CHURCH OF CHRIST, PRESTONSBURG, KY 41653
JOURNEY WITH THE ISRAELITES AS THEY CROSS THE RED SEA. LESSONS ON TRUST, OBEDIENCE AND VICTORY. GAMES AND CRAFTS. PRESCHOOL-ADULT CLASSES.

RICK KELLEY, MINISTER, PRESTONSBURG CHURCH OF CHRIST
606-886-2203 OR JEFFREY WELLS 606-874-7281



Humana Road Show

Garrard Co. Senior Citizens Center, 153 Farra Drive, Lancaster, Ky
Ken Schulz, retired WHAS11 meteorologist will present the Humana Road Show "ID Theft, Scams and Fraud"

Cathy Denham 859-792-3147


Humana Road Show

Garrard Co. Senior Citizens Center, 153 Farra Drive, Lancaster, Ky
Ken Schulz, retired WHAS11 meteorologist will present the Humana Road Show "ID Theft, Scams and Fraud"

Cathy Denham 859-792-3147


Bluegrass Heritage Museum Second Thursday Program

Bluegrass Heritage Museum, 217 South Main Street, Winchester, Ky. 40391
Bill Baker, historian and archivist, will discuss the founding and history of Augusta, Bracken Co., Ky.

Sandra Stults, Executive Director
859-745-1358



VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

HIGHLAND AVE FWB CHURCH
Sky VBS, where everything is possible with God.

Elizabeth Stratton (606)889-9484


Humane Society of the United States President to Make Louisville Appearance

Barnes & Noble 801 South Hurstbourne Pkwy Louisville, KY 40222
Wayne Pacelle’s bestselling book The Bond: Our Kinship with Animals, Our Call Defend Them (William Morrow) has been called revolutionary, uplifting, and inspiring. Pacelle explains what underlies our age-old connection with other creatures and challenges readers to help build a more humane society. As Pacelle takes readers on a journey from the nation’s great open spaces to its crowded factory farms to the ice floes of Canada where seals are slaughtered, he illuminates the stark dichotomy we face in an age when animals are more beloved yet more abused than during any period in history. There is a better way, Pacelle argues, making the case for a humane economy based on ecotourism, fur-free fashion, improved farming systems, and other innovative models. It’s a message of hope and an inspiring call to action for all. The book debuted in a paperback version on April 3, 2012.

Pacelle will discuss the themes in the book and issues of local, national and international impact. During a quarter–century of leadership in the humane movement, most of it at The HSUS, Pacelle has become America’s foremost voice for those who cannot speak in their own defense, and has helped to bring animal protection from the margins to the mainstream.

Niki Ianni
301-548-7793



Millersburg 1st Annual Poker Run & Cruisin

City Hall (Old Millersburg Elementay School) Millersburg ky
Poker Run and Cruisin, we will be having Vendors, Food, Games, 50/50 drawing, trophies, dash plaques etc.

for more info contact: Shelby Tucker 859-340-2858, Amy Tucker for Booth Spaces @ 859-707-2188, or Deenise Waller @859-707-9778


Piney Grove Baptist Church Homecoming

Standard Ave. Corbin, KY
The Weaver and Lewis and Lewis will be in concert

Ralph Rogers 606-524-0464


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


Vacation Bible School (VBS)

Betsy Layne Church of Christ
Please join us at Vacation Bible School and get on board the Bible Express! With classes ranging from Kindergarten to Adult, it's fun for the entire family. Learning about God and Jesus has never been more fun!

For more information regarding classes and activities please contact Sandy Justice at (606)478-8776 between the hours of 6:00pm to 9:00pm.


Fruit, Flower & Vegetable Contest

Masterson Station Park
How Does Your Garden Grow? Show off your green thumb and bring your garden to the fair! No cost to enter! Cash prizes! Divisions include Horticulture, Design, Bees & Honey and Youth. Entries accepted July 14 from 9:00 - 11:30 am. More info at www.bgflowershow.com

Fayette Co. Extension Office
859-257-5582



Kentucky Habitat Inaugural Tornado Recovery Rebuilding Event

Morgan & Menifee County, KY
Help us celebrate the construction of the 1st ever Habitat homes in Morgan & Menifee counties:

HOUSE #1: Aldo Fraley Rd, past Moon, KY ( Morgan Co.)
18 miles east of W. Liberty KY off of Rte. 172
(Drive to W.Liberty, KY to KY 7 South to 172 E. On the way you will pass Hwy 437 on right & Fire and Rescue in Crockett, KY- go thru Crockett, KY. Keep on 172 E. Arrive in Moon, KY. Keep on 172 E. thru Moon and pass Co. Rd. 1715 on Left. A few miles past is Aldo Fraley Rd. on Left ( No street sign) Gravel Rd. Go all the way to the end- location of the site.

HOUSE #2: 1668 Fletcher Ridge, Frenchburg, KY ( Menifee Co.)

Directions to home celebrations are attached

Habitat for Humanity signs and balloons will be displayed at location turn-off
Light refreshments to be served. Please dress casually and wear comfortable shoes!


Kentucky Habitat for Humanity
Kristen Bennett
502-316-5890



Kentucky Habitat Inaugural Tornado Recovery Rebuilding Event

Morgan & Menifee County, KY
Help us celebrate the construction of the 1st ever Habitat homes in Morgan & Menifee counties:

HOUSE #1: Aldo Fraley Rd, past Moon, KY ( Morgan Co.)
18 miles east of W. Liberty KY off of Rte. 172
(Drive to W.Liberty, KY to KY 7 South to 172 E. On the way you will pass Hwy 437 on right & Fire and Rescue in Crockett, KY- go thru Crockett, KY. Keep on 172 E. Arrive in Moon, KY. Keep on 172 E. thru Moon and pass Co. Rd. 1715 on Left. A few miles past is Aldo Fraley Rd. on Left ( No street sign) Gravel Rd. Go all the way to the end- location of the site.

HOUSE #2: 1668 Fletcher Ridge, Frenchburg, KY ( Menifee Co.)

Directions to home celebrations are attached

Habitat for Humanity signs and balloons will be displayed at location turn-off
Light refreshments to be served. Please dress casually and wear comfortable shoes!


Kentucky Habitat for Humanity
Kristen Bennett
502-316-5890



Berea Festival of Learnshops

Berea, Kentucky
Whether your interest is writing for children, playing the dulcimer,or blacksmithing, the Berea Festival of Learnshops has something for you. Select among workshops that last from two hours to five days to pursue your interest in sustainable living, culinary arts, collage, painting, Appalachian crafts, fiber arts, jewelry, glass, storytelling, literary arts, theatre, music, dance, Native American folk arts, bonsai, woodworking, or professional development for educators. The Festival of Learnshops is Family Friendly, so bring your kids or grandkids, enroll them in the children’s activities or join an intergenerational class and create together.

Martha Davidson
(859) 986-2540
http://www.berea.com/festival-of-learnshops-2012/fol-2012-courses/



VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

SUTTON BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBIANA, KY
CLASSES FOR AGE 3 - GRADE 12

PASTOR SCOTT TACKETT
478-1827 OR 437-6869



Mill Creek Stables Horse Show

Mill Creek, KY
Mill Creek Stables in Mill Creek, KY 6 miles outside of Pineville, KY on Highway 221 will be having a horse show on June 2, 2012 at 7PM. We have something for everyone in your family to enjoy. We have a nice restaurant on the site with indoor restrooms. We will also have lots of great food including our secret recipe meat loaf, chicken and dumplings, dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, coleslaw, corn bread, cat fish, fast food items, and so much more.


Nora Cox at (606) 337-7185


Cortland Fest

Cortland, NE
We're having our anuall Festival, and this years theme is the "Wild Wild West". Come and enjoy free entertainment, antique tractor show, kids activities,pony rides, line dancers,Wagon rides, food, big Health Fair @ the commnunity center and fire works @ dusk at the ball park. Cortland is located 20 miles south on Hwy 77.

Sheila Guenther
402-798-2102



Cortland Community Garage Sales

Cortland Area
Cortland Community Wide Garage Sales.Over 40 sales, something for everyone. Just 20 miles south of Lincoln on Hwy 77.

Sheila Guenther
402-798-2102



Yard Sale at Pikeville Senior Citizens

Pikeville Senior Citizens Behind Employee ofice
clothing household items, shoes,hand bags, Many other items.
Sponsor by Carolyn Tackett

Carolyn Tackett
606-432-4250



Stars & Stripes Beauty Pageant

Bonnieville Elementary School on 31-w 7874 N. Dixie hwy Bonnieville, Ky
Stars & Stripes Beauty Pageant
"An Official Kentuckey Festival State Preliminary"
July 3rd, Pre-register @ 4:00 Pageant @ 5:00 p.m. CDT
Bonnieville Elementary School 7874 N. Dixie Hwy Bonnieville, Ky
For more info: Ramona Lobb @ 270-531-1596 or Tammy Brown @ 270-531-2245
Email: jacobt@scrtc.com
Ky Preliminary Beauty Pageant leading to State Pageant in Bonnieville.

Joel Atteberry
270-528-6485



Gayla Drving Center BBQ & Fundraiser

Gayla Driving Center 3329 Cynthiana Rd, Georgetown, KY
Great BBQ, live music by Delaney Ferry, silent auction, live-equine demonstrations, and games for kids. Proceeds to benefit Team Sterling, which is on the road to the World Driving Championships.

Carrie, (502) 863-5113


Lincoln County High School Class of 1987 Reunion

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



Living in History Home & Garden Tour

101 Duntreath, Frankfort, KY 40601
Living In History Home & Garden Tour, presented by Garden Club of Frankfort & Frankfort Tourist Commission. June 9, Frankfort, KY; Tour: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; $15 - Advance tickets and information at Frankfort Tourist Commission 502-875-8687. Lunch: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., $15 (reservations recommended). Boutique shopping: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
All proceeds benefit local beautification projects.




Linda Hill
502-695-9604



Team TECO Relay for Life Bike Ride

East Ride High School (Pike Co.) Lick Creek, KY
5th Annual bike ride in memory of Warren Thomas Prater, who lost his battle with cancer. All proceeds go the the American Cancer Society.






















Dottie Prater
606-835-2199



The 32nd Annual Egyptian Event

The Kentucky Horse Park, Covered Arena
Join us June 4-9 for the world's largest showcase of the Egyptian Arabian horse! General show seating is FREE with Kentucky Horse Park admission. Held annually at The Kentucky Horse Park, The Egyptian Event boasts world-class halter and performance competition, superb shopping, expert-led seminars, live and silent art auctions, and fun social activities for all ages! Come feel the desert wind blowing across the heart of horse country... "it's more than just a horse show, it's an EVENT!" Get full Event information at www.TheEgyptianEvent.com.

Kory Wilcox, Marketing & PR Coordinator, The Pyramid Society - (859)-231-0771


Lead Like Jesus Leadership Encounter Workshop

NorthEast Christian Church, 990 Starshoot Parkway, Lexington, KY
The Leadership Encounter Workshop will introduce you to the transformational process of becoming a servant leader.
You will be challenged as never before to look at Jesus in a new and life-changing way. You will learn about the barriers to effective leadership and the power of leading like Jesus.
Registration is $39 per person if you register before May 24th and $45 if you register after that date.
Register at lljlexington.eventbrite.com.

Fred Waggoner
859-223-7972



Hazard's Got Talent Variety Show

Perry County Central High School
Hazard ARH is sponsoring a Variety Show to raise money for Relay for Life. The community is invited to watch a show of song, dance, pantomines, skits, etc. Admission is $10 with children 10 and under admitted free.

Helen Herald 439-6623


Smith Family Reunion, Decendents of Monroe & Samaria Smith

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



Licking River Outfitters A 501(3)(Corp) 2nd Annual "Salute the Warriors" Benefit Concert

Flat Run Veterans Park, Cynthiana, Ky. 41031
5 dollars a Car Load.
Come join us & Help Salute our Warriors with Music, Games, Food Celebrities, & much more. Silent auctions, gun raffles, opportunities to meet & greet our warriors & their families. All Proceeds (100%)go to fund our Wounded Veterans Hunting program here at Licking River Outfitters Inc. as well as Operation Resilient Warrior.
Order of Appearance:
Hard at It (Blue Grass Band) 2 - 2:45pm
JR Harris (Christian & Instrumental) 3 - 3:45pm
Blue Collar Rebels (Southern Rock) 4 - 4:45pm
Broken Dreams (Blues) 5 - 5:45pm
George Molton (Country) 6 - 6:45pm
Blue Collar Rebels (Southern Rock)7 - 7:45pm
BCR & Broken Dreams (Blues) 7:45 - 8:15pm
("Times Are Subject to Change Without Notice")(Rain or Shine)
"5 Bucks a Car Load" Lawn Chairs & Portable Gazbos Allowed in Certain Areas

Robin Gassett 770-894-9600


Kentucky Christian University Youth Football Camp

Kentucky Christian University, Grayson KY
Kentucky Christian University will again offer a youth football camp led by NFL veteran and KCU head football coach, Mike Furrey. Children from 3rd grade through 8th grade are invited to join Coach Furrey and the Kentucky Christian University Football staff learning the basic fundamentals and skills of football.

The camp will run June 11th, 12th and 13th from 8:00am to 11:30am at Kentucky Christian University in Grayson, Kentucky. The cost for the three day camp is $50.00*. Campers will receive a t-shirt, instruction from college coaches and guest speakers, plus much more!



Brad Queen
606-923-3689



Homecoming/Revival

Bobfork Holiness Church
Church Revival & Homecoming

606 672-7826
Laura Sizemore



{I DO} Unveiled Bridal Fashion Show / Premiere Bridal Expo

Lexington Convention Center-Bluegrass Ballroom (Level 3)
This is a bridal fashion show & mini-expo!

First 100 guests receive VIP entry & seating. Also, first 100 guests receive exclusive vendor goods from about 40 wedding vendors.

Chance 859.905.0172


Camp Begomi Singing in the park

Dorton community park, Dorton, ky
Help send a child to Camp Begomi by purchasing a dinner, while enjoying a free gospel sing and other activities.

Joe Tackett @ 606-639-2295 or sheila Estep @ 606-832-0311


Crosswoods Neighborhood Yard Sale

Crosswoods Subdivision out Harrodsburg Road at Jessamine County line.
Neighborhood-wide yard sale

Rebecca Vonderheide
859-223-8956



Third Annual 2nd Sunday at the Blue Grass Airport

Blue Grass Airport
Third annual 2nd Sunday at Blue Grass Airport where over 10,000 local citizens will join us from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on June 10, 2012, to walk, bike, roller skate and learn more about the health and wellness options available to them in the community. New this year is the addition of the United Way’s 5K on the Runway. Registration begins at 6:00 a. m. and race begins at 7:00 a.m. Participants will run the 5K on the runway. For more information go to www.ghky.org

Kathleen Martin
859-523-0291