(Click read more for Ingredients)
The Berea Classic Chorale, a new community-based choir, is being organized this Fall. The director is Larry K Brandenburg, Director of Music and Organist at Union Church. The choir is open to adult singers, age 18 and up, and will rehearse on Mondays from 7 – 9 p.m. in the Choir Room at Union Church (200 Prospect- across from Boone Tavern). Interested singers should contact Mr. Brandenburg at 353-2866 or email@example.com
Prior to the first rehearsal on Sept. 23, there will be opportunities for a quick “voice check” (not a formal audition). Mr. Brandenburg will be available for these on Mondays Sept. 9 and 16 between 7 and 9 p.m. at Union Church. If
The Madison County Board of Education will hold a public hearing in the Madison Central High School lecture lab, 705 North Second Street, Richmond, Kentucky on September 9, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. to hear public comments regarding a proposed general fund tax levy of 60.0 cents on real
American Indians in Kentucky Monday, September 9th, 7-8p.m. Madison County Extension Education Center, 230 Duncannon Lane, Richmond, Kentucky
American Indians have lived in Kentucky for more than 11,000 years. When Euro-Americans settled here, Shawnee, Cherokee, and Chickasaws, among others already lived here. Today, Kentucky’s citizens still hold misconceptions about the Commonwealth’s American Indian peoples.
Join Dr. Gwynn Henderson and Tressa Brown of the U.K. Archeology Department as they review the long history, dispel some of the enduring myths, and answer questions about this misunderstood part of Kentucky history.
Program is free and open to the public.
Theft: On 09/06/2013 Officers arrested 30 year old Ashley Duerson of Berea Ky and charged her with Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property $10,000.00 or more.
The arrest was the result of an investigation that began in late August. Duerson was the elected treasurer of the Silver Creek Elementary Parent Teacher Organization during the 2012-2013 academic year. During this time Duerson took funds in the amount of $12,150.57 from various fundraising events conducted by the Parent Teacher Organization. There were five fundraising events conducted, and Duerson was responsible for depositing all funds from these events and paying any bills as well as distributing the profits
This month’s Interim Joint Committee on Natural Resources and Environment was a high-profile one with an overflowing committee room. The topic was discussion of the Bluegrass Pipeline with representatives from the company itself, the Kentucky Oil & Gas Association, state agencies, and the Kentucky Resources Council which represents landowners. The pipeline project will carry natural gas liquids from the northwest part of Kentucky through the central south portion on its way toward the Gulf of Mexico. It promises new investment with new dollars but there are significant private property concerns.
The Bluegrass Pipeline is a joint project by Williams, an energy infrastructure company, and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners. Representatives discussed the
The investigating committee appointed by House Speaker Greg Stumbo to look into matters contained in the Petition for Censure or Expulsion of Rep. John Arnold announced today that it will hold its first official meeting at 10 a.m. on Sept. 17 in Room 131 of the Capitol Annex.
“This will be more of an organizational meeting for the purposes of electing a chairman and establishing the procedures for conducting the investigation into the allegations filed by two Legislative Research Commission employees,” Speaker Stumbo said. “From there, the committee will set its own timetable to move forward.”
Myrtle Beach, SC – While attending an Offense-Defense Football Camp this Summer, Carter Smith, 13, of Berea, Kentucky, was named an Offense-Defense All-American and invited to participate in the 8th-annual Offense-Defense Bowl Week festivities taking place at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL.
Carter, a full back and middle linebacker for Foley Middle School, was selected for this honor from a group of young athletes numbering in the thousands across the country.
The Offense-Defense Youth All-American Bowl is part of a week-long series of events including the televised, 8th-annual Offense-Defense All-American Bowl, an All-Star football game showcasing 88 of the top high school seniors in the country and has featured current NFL pros such as Cam Newton, Carlos Dunlap, and Dez Bryant among others before they were collegiate and later professional stars.
Offense-Defense Sports has been running full-contact football instructional camps for the past 45 years and currently operates in approximately 40 camp locations nationwide every spring and summer. For more information visit http://www.o-d.com.
Drug Charge: On 09/04/2013, police charged Amy L. Taylor, age 35, Norwood Drive, for drug offenses following her arrest on outstanding warrants.
At approximately 6:16 P.M., RPD Bike Patrol officers took Taylor into her custody at her residence on Norwood Drive on the strength of two outstanding warrants for her arrest. The warrants were issued for the following offenses:
1) On 07/10/2013, a warrant was issued charging Taylor for False Statements to Receive Benefits after a complaint was filed alleging that Taylor
(Click read more for more info and events)
(Click read more for Ingredients)
Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions.
Find a walk in your community. Register as a team captain, team member, or individual. Start fundraisin and raising awareness in your community.
What: Bluegrass Regional Walk to End Alzheimer’s
When: September 14, 2013
Time: 9 a.m. registration 10 a.m. walk
Where: Berea Community School
Contact: Amber Lakin ALakin@alz.org 502-451-4266
Berea artist Neil Di Teresa will demonstrate his acrylic painting techniques Saturday, Sept. 7, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.
A native of New York, Di Teresa received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Pratt Institute in New York, and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. He came to live and work as a full professor of art at Berea College in 1962. Recently retired, Di Teresa has studied, done research and has been visiting senior professor at Darwin College, University of Kent, Canterbury, England.
Having spent his early years in an intense urban environment where the landscape was almost entirely man-made, Di Teresa spent his later years in