April 24, 2014

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Dispatch achieves Total Response Accreditation Print E-mail
Trinity Southern Baptist Church receives free medicine help Print E-mail
KSP accepting applications for Citizens Police Academy Print E-mail
Animal shelter meeting at library Print E-mail

Volunteers for the Pendleton County Animal Shelter will be holding a meeting from noon - 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 12 at the Pendleton County Library, located at 801 Robbins Avenue, Falmouth. The purpose of the meeting is to share information and opportunities with people who may be interested in helping out at the shelter. All areas of volunteering will be discussed, both at the shelter as well as outside of the shelter. These include transporting dogs, overnighting them, short term fostering, and the many activities and everyday duties at the shelter. If you are an animal lover or would just like to volunteer some time to help improve the quality of life at the shelter, please be sure to attend this meeting.


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 10: The center will be holding a euchre tournament. It begins at 9:45 am. Call the senior center and register to play. It will be a lot of fun.

• April 11: 10 a.m. is Nutrition Education with Kenna Knight. You must attend this class in order to be considered for the voucher program in May.

C’mon out, you will 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.


Wagner ~ Prewitt to wed in April Print E-mail
Reception for Jacobs Print E-mail


You are cordially invited to share in memories of many years, while working with Imogene Jacobs, former owner of the Stop N’ Tell restaurant in Falmouth.

A reception will be held at the Falmouth Baptist Church from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Light refreshments will be served.

Please come join old friends and former co-workers and share good times with someone who supported local families and this community for so many years. Imogene is a true hometown treasure.

No gifts are requested, only your presence.

For further information, please contact Joyce Flaugher at 859-654-8234.


USDA helps farmer restore land after returning from 20 years of military service Print E-mail

Larry Webster and family are shown on his farm in Northern Pendleton County. Pictured from left: niece Amy Reekers, great-nephew Landon Reekers, Larry Webster, wife Bobbie Webster.

By Christy Morgan, Ky NRCS Program Analyst

Larry Webster was named 2014 Cooperator of the Year in Pendleton County for his efforts in restoring the family farm, located on the AA Highway in California, Kentucky.

The Falmouth Outlook travels to SEC Tournament Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook traveled with LR and Darlene Faulkner and Jack and Dian Caldwell to the SEC Tournament in Atlanta, Georgia, March 12-16. It was a great tournament even though the Kentucky Wildcats were defeated by the Florida Gators on Sunday by one point. It was definitely “CATlanta” covered by a sea of blue!


Thanks from Fairview Christian Mission Team Print E-mail

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