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Harm Reduction Center in Falmouth to be open May 6 Print E-mail

The Harm Reduction Center, 206 Main Street, Falmouth, will be open from 3 - 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6.  Come in to learn overdose prevention and response training and/or to pick up a Naloxone rescue kit prescription. For more information visit

If you or a loved one is at risk of an opiate or opioid overdose, visit the Center to learn how Naloxone may reverse an overdose. Since it became legal to prescribe Naloxone last July, several hundred kits have been distributed to people at risk of overdose and there has been one documented life saved.


PC senior 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 30: Seniors will be taking a trip to Carroll County for a Derby Party. The center will be closed on that day.

• May 1: The center will be hosting a euchre tournament. Call the center to register. Tourney begins at 9:45 a.m. You are sure to have a great time.

• May 2: Michele with Personal Touch will be at the center at 10 a.m. playing games and giving away free prizes. Everything is free just come on out and have a good time!

• May 5: The center will be having a birthday party for all of May birthdays! Lunch is donated by Edwardo’s Pizza and cake is donated by Wyatt’s. Come celebrate with your friends!

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.


Saunders celebrate 50th wedding anniversary Print E-mail
Xanadu welcomes massage therapist Brittany Crouch Print E-mail
Wells named Kentucky Colonel Print E-mail
El Paso recognized for being smoke-free restaurant Print E-mail
Golden Family Reunion Print E-mail

The Golden Family Reunion will hold their 18th year celebration Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27 in Williamsburg, Kentucky.

The family will gather in the breakfast area of the Hampton Inn on Friday, April 25 from 5-9:30 p.m. Bring your family history, pics, stories and plan to have some fun!

Spend the day at the actual Stephen Golden first settlement site Saturday, April 26 on Golden Creek. A potluck meal will be served at noon. Be sure to bring a covered dish and lawn chair. Also, bring items to donate to the auction. The money collected goes to the cemetery fund and newsletter. Dinner will be at the Cumberland Inn.

Breakfast and genealogy studying will be held on Sunday, April 27 at the Hamptoon Inn for those who are interested.

For more details, please contact Carol Golden, family historian at 865-376-7141 or email


Book sale at PC Library Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Public Library will be holding a book sale beginning Saturday, May 3, 2014. Prices are $1 for larger books and all hardcovers, and 50¢ for small paperbacks. Call 859-654-8535 for questions.


Maysville Antique & Craft Expo Print E-mail

Maysville’s 20th annual Antique & Craft Expo is scheduled for Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 at the King Burley Warehouse Center, located at 1510 Industrial Park Drive, Maysville, Ky.

More than 150 vendors from six states will be exhibiting their wares inside the 200,000 square foot facility. Antiques will be featured in the east area while crafts will be displayed in the west area. In addition, there will be a large variety of garden plants, shrubs and trees for sale. Jewelry and primitives will be featured.

The expo will be open on Saturday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

All profits go to the charities that the Washington Lions support.

For more info or to reserve a space, contact Bette Sledd at 859-954-1664 or email


"Get To Know Your Candidate" special section, May 13 Print E-mail

In the May 13, 2014 issue of The Falmouth Outlook there will be some special pages carrying candidates answers to questions that they have been given to respond to.

The county judge candidates and candidates running for magistrate already received their questions to answer at the political forum sponsored by the Kentucky Farm Bureau held on April 10.

The other questions for the candidates with opposition that will be on the May Primary Ballot will have their questions to answer mailed, e-mailed, to them this week with a April 28 deadline to have the questions and answers back to the newspaper.

Candidates are allowed 400 words to answer question. Please be brief.

Candidate advertising will be sold to help deliver and produce this informative section. Each candidate will be ask to purchase at least a quarter page in the section. That quarter page will contain whatever the candidate wants in his or her ad.

Any further questions contact April DeFalco at (859) 445-1187 or Debbie Dennie at (859) 391-9476.



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