September 15, 2014

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Invite for District 4 residents Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Democratic Executive Committee and Rick Mineer would like to invite all Pendleton County residents and a special invite to District 4 residents to Howard’s Place from 6-10 p.m., September 20 to enjoy a live band in the parking lot. Several prizes will be raffled off so bring a chair and come have a merry good time with us.

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Kuper wins at horse show Print E-mail

Gage Kuper is pictured on his pony Suzy Q at the Alexandria Fair.

Gage Kuper, a fourth grader at Northern Elementary, was a big winner on Friday night, August 29 at the Alexandria Fair and Horse Show.

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Champions Coalition to host block party Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Champions Coalition for a Drug Free Pendleton County will be hosting community block parties this fall.  The first community block party will be held from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, September 21 on Fourth Street in Falmouth. The Falmouth Baptist Church parking lot will be used for activities as well.  The block party will host food, family-friendly games, a bluegrass band performing throughout the afternoon, information booths and an opportunity to participate in a national pilot study on family relationships.

The Champion’s Coalition mission is to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use, address youth violence, and target environmental contributors to these problems. As a coalition, it is understood that there are areas within the community that families do not feel safe.  The reason the Coalition is hosting the community block parties is to give the opportunity for those families and individuals to take a stand. To let their neighbors and community know that these are our streets, this is our community and that we want the drugs and violence to be gone.

The Coalition hopes that everyone will take a stand by coming and joining the celebration. There will be activities for all ages and a neighborhood bonding that is needed to make a difference. Please join the block party from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, September 21 on Fourth Street in Falmouth.

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Jammin’ for Josh, Sept. 13 Print E-mail

The third annual “Jammin For Josh” Celebration will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds and Griffin Centre. Admission to the event is $8 per person with proceeds benefiting the Josh Browning Memorial Scholarship Fund. Twelve and under get in free!

The music starts at 2 p.m. and features great live entertainment from Adam Crozier, A Band Apart, Rapid Fire, County Line, The Beer Money Band, John Morgen Band, Rick Adams & Friends and Matt Sorrell.

Other activities being held include a silent auction, cornhole tournament and split the pot raffle.

Please mark your calendars to attend this worthy cause. Come early, stay late and enjoy a day of fun and remembrance!

Donations can be made to the Josh Browning Memorial Fund at any US Bank or to: Kevin or Pat Browning, 295 Morgan-Berry Road., Berry, KY 41003.

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Republican Party update Print E-mail

Much was accomplished at the August meeting of the Pendleton County Republican Party. Judge executive candidate and magistrate David Fields gave the group an update on the happenings of the fiscal court and the financial situation of the county. His monthly updates are always very informative and helpful to the group. Members were also visited by state treasurer candidate Allison Ball and Supreme Court Justice Michelle Keller. Both gave introductions and explained why they should be sent to Frankfort to represent the people. It’s always exciting to meet people from other parts of the state and hear that the party’s concerns are shared across the Commonwealth. Members also elected Travis Brinkman as the new Republican youth chairman. Brinkman is a freshman at Northern Kentucky University and is studying political science and pre-law. The “School Supplies Drive” was also held in August and many grocery bags of materials were donated to a classroom at Southern Elementary.

In the month of September, the Pendleton County Republican Party is pleased to announce that Hal Heiner, candidate for governor and former Louisville councilman, will be attending the next gathering. He will present his plan to move Kentucky forward into the future. Anyone willing to attend is invited to come. As always, the meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at Howard’s Place in Falmouth. Meetings begin at 7 p.m.

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Relatives as Parents (RAPP) Program Print E-mail

The Relatives as Parents Program (RAPP) will meet from 9-11 a.m. on Wednesday, September 17 at the Pendleton County Extension Office. Please invite others to attend this monthly support group meeting with you!

This month’s topic will be a discussion on social, emotional and behavioral concerns you may experience with children you are raising.

Please call 859-654-3395 to pre-register.

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Legion Hall Fish Fry Print E-mail

The American Legion Post 109 and Ladies Auxiliary will hold a fish fry at the American Legion Hall at 111 Montjoy Street at 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 20 for members and their families. Ladies are asked to bring a dessert.

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Free pizza dinner for new voters Print E-mail

Attention citizens of Falmouth, Stan Love and Ernie Richie, who are running for re-election to Falmouth City Council, are holding a new voter registration drive on Wednesday, September 17. This will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs in Falmouth. New registered voters will receive a free pizza buffet. (Drinks not included.)

Come out and meet Stan and Ernie, register to vote, and enjoy a pizza dinner! They hope to see you there and encourage the public to take part in this event.

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Pendleton County Farm Bureau hosts annual meeting, Sept. 27 Print E-mail

The annual meeting of Pendleton County Farm Bureau will be held in the Farm Bureau Meeting Room, 400 Main Street, on Saturday evening, September 27, 2014. The meeting will begin with a pot-luck dinner at 6:30 p.m.

Each family is asked to bring a covered dish filled with your favorite recipe. Farm Bureau will provide the meat, bread, drinks and table service.

Following the dinner, there will be a brief business meeting, including election of officers and directors for the coming year. There will also be a drawing for door prizes.

Farm Bureau hopes members will mark this date on their calendars and make plans to attend.

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Daniels’ celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary Print E-mail
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