Club’s horse show will be June 14
The Rough Riders Saddle Club of Lewis County Pleasure Horse Show will be June 14 at the Jim Everman Memorial Horse Park in Garrison.
Preregistration will begin at 12:30 p.m. The show will begin at 2 p.m.
Winners will receive trophies and ribbons.
The ring will open at 10 a.m. for youth-beginner riders using mature horses with adult supervision.
Concession stand will be open. Seating is available but attendees are urged to bring seating.
For more information, call Jeff Madden at (606) 757-9110 or Mike Erwin at 232-7096.
Poker run to help archery team
The first Elliott County Archery Poker Run will be June 28.
The event will begin with registration at 10 a.m. in the circle in front of Elliott County High School. Ride will begin at 11 a.m.
Cost is $20 for singles and $25 for doubles.
A meal will be provided at the end of the ride.
A limited number of T-shirts will be available for purchase the day of the ride.
Proceeds will go to help the Elliott County archery team travel of the world tournament.
For more information, call Sandy Moore at (606) 615-3288 or Lisa Ratliff at (606) 255-1128.
Greenup reading program starting
The McKell branch of the Greenup County Public Library will begin its summer reading program at 11 a.m. June 19.
Reading logs are available now. Participants are asked to record their reading times daily and return the log to the library weekly to receive a coin, a weekly prize and an entry slip for the grand prize drawing.
Programs are for adults, teens and children. The children’s program will begin at 11 a.m.; those 3 through 8 and 8 and older will be from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. The program will continue each Thursday through July 17, with no session on July 3.
For more information about the teen and adult programs, call (606) 932-4478.
Trip to Branson upcoming
The Ashland Senior Citizens Center will offer two tours:
‰A seven-day trip to Branson, Mo., Oct. 12 through 18.
The $625 cost includes motorcoach transportation, six nights’ lodging, 10 meals, admission to seven Branson shows and a ride on the Branson Belle.
Shows will include New Jersey Nights, George Dyer, Dublin’s Irish Tenors, The Celtic Ladies, The Haygoods, The Dutton Family and Yakov Smirnoff.
A deposit of $75 will be due Aug. 5.
‰A four-day trip to Lancaster, Pa., July 14 through 17.
The $385 cost includes motorcoach transportation, three nights’ lodging, six meals, the show “Moses,” a guided tour of Lancaster, including Amish country, a visit to Kitchen Kettle Village, admission to the Mennonite information center and Landis Valley Museum and Village.
A deposit of $75 is due upon signing.
For more information, call the center’s director, Kim Rice, at (606) 324-7323.
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