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Pirate Madness

BCS

BCS

Berea Community will host its Pirate Madness Thursday November 13th in Conkin Gym,

We are having an alumni game at 6:30 and are asking any men or women that are interested in playing to please contact Cameron Jackson at 859-986-4911 or you may email him at Cameron.jackson@berea.kyschools.us

Pirate Madness

BCS

BCS

Berea Community will host its Pirate Madness Thursday November 13th in Conkin Gym,

We are having an alumni game at 6:30 and are asking any men or women that are interested in playing to please contact Cameron Jackson at 859-986-4911 or you may email him at Cameron.jackson@berea.kyschools.us

School Starting Back

Back to School

Back to School

The Berea Police Department would like to remind everyone that both the Madison County School system and the Berea Community School system starts back this Wednesday August 13th. There will be increased pedestrian and bicycle traffic around area schools and bus stops. Traffic congestion around schools is also expected. Please be alert and use caution while in these areas. Police Officers will be monitoring these areas and (more…)

MSHS Girls Softball vs Berea 2014 Dist Champ

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Emily Ausmus, Bailey McGuffin and Lydia Sharp from MSHS

Emily Ausmus, Bailey McGuffin and Lydia Sharp from MSHS

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Shadae Bosley from MCHS

Shadae Bosley from MCHS

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Brady McBride from MCHS

Brady McBride from MCHS

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Meet & Greet

Meet & Greet

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Audrey Wade from MCHS

Audrey Wade from MCHS

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Abbie Woodie from Berea Community High School

Abbie Woodie from Berea Community High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Cory Mowery from Berea Community High School

Cory Mowery from Berea Community High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Bailey Rosenbarker and Lincoln Satterthwaite from Berea Community High School

Bailey Rosenbarker and Lincoln Satterthwaite from Berea Community High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign‏

Latavia Campbell from Madison Central High School

Latavia Campbell from Madison Central High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign‏

Caleb McClurg, from Madison Central High School

Caleb McClurg, from Madison Central High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

Stay in the Game Media Campaign‏

Here are Madison Southern students, Trevor Farnstrom, Kaitlyn Simpson and Wesley Parrett representing the Stay in the Game campaign to reduce underage drinking.

Here are Madison Southern students, Trevor Farnstrom, Kaitlyn Simpson and Wesley Parrett representing the Stay in the Game campaign to reduce underage drinking.

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third (more…)

KY Wesleyan College Spring Open House for High School & College Transfer Students

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Whether considering college options after high school or transferring to finish a degree, Kentucky Wesleyan College invites high school and college transfer students to the Spring Open House on Saturday, April 5. Students may explore nearly 40 academic majors and pre-professional programs and learn about the KWC 4 Year Graduation Guarantee and the 3 Year Degree Option. The Open House will also include tours of the campus, and presentations on student life, financial aid and scholarships, which will include information on the new Academic Achievement Award, NCAA college athletics, and study abroad opportunities. Lunch for students and their families on-campus and optional tours of Owensboro will also be part of the (more…)

KY Wesleyan College Spring Open House for High School & College Transfer Students

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Whether considering college options after high school or transferring to finish a degree, Kentucky Wesleyan College invites high school and college transfer students to the Spring Open House on Saturday, April 5. Students may explore nearly 40 academic majors and pre-professional programs and learn about the KWC 4 Year Graduation Guarantee and the 3 Year Degree Option. The Open House will also include tours of the campus, and presentations on student life, financial aid and scholarships, which will include information on the new Academic Achievement Award, NCAA college athletics, and study abroad opportunities. Lunch for students and their families on-campus and optional tours of Owensboro will also be part of the (more…)

Ghost Out at Berea Community High School‏

Ghost Out

Ghost Out

Senior public health nursing students of Eastern Kentucky University’s Baccalaureate Nursing Program in collaboration with Madison County Health Department, Madison County Safety Coalition, EKU College of Justice and Safety, and Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will conduct a Ghost Out at Berea Community High School on March 25, 2014. The media is invited to cover the program.

Ghost Out is a week-long alcohol and drug awareness program aimed at high school students. Vehicular crashes are a leading cause of teen mortality and morbidity. A significant number of these crashes are the result of an impaired (more…)

Ghost Out at Berea Community High School‏

Ghost Out

Ghost Out

Senior public health nursing students of Eastern Kentucky University’s Baccalaureate Nursing Program in collaboration with Madison County Health Department, Madison County Safety Coalition, EKU College of Justice and Safety, and Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will conduct a Ghost Out at Berea Community High School on March 25, 2014. The media is invited to cover the program.

Ghost Out is a week-long alcohol and drug awareness program aimed at high school students. Vehicular crashes are a leading cause of teen mortality and morbidity. A significant number of these crashes are the result of an impaired (more…)

Ghost Out at Berea Community High School‏

Ghost Out

Ghost Out

Senior public health nursing students of Eastern Kentucky University’s Baccalaureate Nursing Program in collaboration with Madison County Health Department, Madison County Safety Coalition, EKU College of Justice and Safety, and Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will conduct a Ghost Out at Berea Community High School on March 25, 2014. The media is invited to cover the program.

Ghost Out is a week-long alcohol and drug awareness program aimed at high school students. Vehicular crashes are a leading cause of teen mortality and morbidity. A significant number of these crashes are the result of an impaired (more…)

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