April 24, 2014

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It's roundup time for Isaac and Friends Ride Print E-mail

It's time for the third benefit horse ride and fun-filled day of activities on Saturday, May 17, 2014 for Isaac and Friends.

The festivities will be held at the home of Bill and Eva Thompson's, 11303 Highway 330 West, Berry, Kentucky.

Registration begins at 8 a.m.; wagon train leaves at 10 a.m.

There will be hayride, horse ride, wagons/buggies $10 per person/$10 per buggy. An auction will start at 4 p.m.

Vittles will be provided after riders return. Bikers welcome.

All proceeds go to be divided between four children. Isaac, 12, has Arthrogryposis; Curtis, 5, has MPS Hurlers Syndrome; Rilley, 4, has Cystic Fibrosis; and Austin, 15, has Hodgkins Lymphoma.

For for info call: Rick and Tina Willoughby, 859-749-7667; Tara Collopy, 859-466-6490; Terry Burdine, 859-816-9534; Curtis Stillwell, 859-808-0469; Patricia Stillwell, 304-208-6600; Scott Jamison, 502-435-7692; or Heidi Riggs, 859-433-0046.

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In Memory - Crowley Print E-mail

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Adams ~ Clayton announce engagement Print E-mail
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McClanahan ~ Strausbaugh to wed Print E-mail
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McDonald’s recognized for being smoke-free restaurant Print E-mail
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PC Historical Society to hold first meeting of 2014 ~ April 19 Print E-mail

The April meeting of Pendleton County's Historical Society is at 11 a.m., April 19, 2014 at the Fryer House Museum.

Members should be aware that dues are on a January-December schedule every year so prepare to renew if you haven’t already. Membership applications are available on the website for new members.

Fryer House has undergone somewhat of a transformation for the better since the last meeting there. Come on out and see what’s going on. Community involvement makes organizations like the historical society vibrant so get involved!

Regular meetings are the third Saturday of every month at 11 a.m.

Fryer House is located on the northeast corner at the intersection of KY 177 and US 27 in Butler, Ky. across from Northern Elementary School. Plenty of free parking is available.

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Senior citizen activity schedule Print E-mail

Senior citizens of Pendleton County, some exciting activities are coming up this week at the Falmouth Senior Activity Center, located at 1111 Chipman Street, Falmouth, Ky.

Following are a few dates to remember:

• April 16: The Personal Clinic will be at the center beginning at 10 a.m. They offer blood pressure checks, medicine management and blood sugar checks. All of this is a free service if you are at least 60 years old.

• April 17: Sharon Miskell will be at the center playing Bunco and answering questions regarding Medicare.

• April 18: The center is closed for Good Friday.

C’mon out and join your friends at the Falmouth Senior Center. You are sure to have a great time!

Don’t forget, the center has exercise equipment available for the community, Wii bowling, Wii fitness, van services for doctor appointments and several other amenities!

For information on any activities that are going at the Falmouth Senior Center call Joanna at 859-654-6029.

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PC Republicans to host first Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner Print E-mail

The first Pendleton County Republican Party Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 26 at Stonewood Gardens, located at 208 Memory Drive, Falmouth, Ky. The keynote speaker for the event will be Congressman Thomas Massie. Tickets are $20 per person.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 23 if you plan to attend.

This event is being sponsored by the Pendleton County Republican Party Executive Committee and will benefit the Pendleton County Republican Party High School Scholarship Committee.

For more information, please contact Chairman Billy Matthews by phone at 859-462-0348 or email pgpfarmer11@aol.com

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Special presentation for candidates for public office Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Community Development Office will host a special presentation at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 in the upstairs fiscal courtroom of the courthouse to inform candidates for all city and county offices and the community regarding projects it is currently involved in and will become involved in through the end of 2014. These projects directly affect the residents of Falmouth, Butler and the greater Pendleton County community.

Topics expected to be discussed include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Sewer and water improvements

• Emergency services improvements

• The Gateway Community and Technical College Project

• Future economic development for the community

• Community wide leadership development

• Planning for the future

The community is encouraged to attend, listen and ask questions regarding the specifics of these and other projects or to offer suggestions for future projects in which the community may become involved.

For more information, please call Bill Mitchell at 859-654-4567.

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