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“What is church?” ~ April 10 Print E-mail

Christ-followers in Pendleton County are meeting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 10, to discuss what it means to be His church: how we can love one another from His abundance of perfect love, how we can grow together into His likeness, and how we can best spread the good news of the Kingdom to our neighbors. Before the meeting, they will be praying through and meditating on Luke 10:1-11, as well as the following definition of “church”:

“[Church is] the presence of Jesus among His people, [who are being] called out as a spiritual family to pursue His mission on this planet.” - Neil Cole (see http://www.cmaresources.org/organic-church-definition)

If you’re interested to participate in this time of prayer, fellowship, and strategic discussion, please contact Jeff at jeffherron@hushmail.com or phone him at 859-444-2671 for details on the meeting location, which is still being determined.

 
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Kincaid Lake State Park Job Fair Print E-mail

Adecco will be hosting a job fair for Kincaid Lake State Park on Tuesday, April 1 at the Kentucky Career Center, Pendleton County office. The event will be held from 1-4 p.m. at the Falmouth School Center, located at 500 Chapel Street.

Adecco will be hiring for campground staff, grocery store cashiers, dock attendants, golf course landscapers, and maintenance workers.

For more information, please all Douglas Beard at (859) 654-3325 ext. 2903 or visit www.nkcareercenter.org on the internet.

 
Hunter education course offered Print E-mail

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will be sponsoring a free Kentucky Hunter Education course at 7:30 a.m., Saturday, March 29 at the Pendleton County Sportsman’s Club, Lock Road across from Northern Elementary. The course includes classroom instruction in hunter ethics, wildlife identification, outdoor survival, first aid, firearm safety, bow hunting and ammunition. The last session includes live fire and a written examination.

A course completion card will be issued to successful students which is valid in any state, province or territory in North America. Attendance at all sessions is required unless an alternative classroom method is utilized. Pre-registration is required beginning March 1, 2014 for all courses and is completed by visiting the Hunter Education page at fw.ky.gove.

Persons born on or after January 1, 1975, shall carry a valid hunter education course completion card while hunting. Kentucky accepts certifications from other states. A bow hunter not in possession of a firearm may carry a hunter education or a bow hunter education course completion card from any state. Hunter Education certification is in addition to appropriate license and permit requirements. Children must be nine years old in order to complete the course. Children under age 12 and persons exempt from purchasing a hunting license are not required to possess a hunter education card while hunting. However, children under age 12 who have not completed hunter education shall be accompanied by an adult of at least age 18 while hunting.

(If you took the classroom sessions by CD or internet, please print out the course completion voucher and attend the range session at 1 p.m.)

For additional information please contact the office of Scott Horn at 859-967-6082.

 
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