Church turkey dinner slated
WURTLAND - The Ladies Auxiliary at Oldsteam Baptist Church will host a turkey dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the church at 2664 Ky. 503. The cost is $6.
Jack McCleese is pastor and Rodney Vance is assistant pastor.
Cemetery guides available
ASHLAND - East Kentucky Press Inc. has reprinted Joe R. Skeens’ 16-volume series of guides to cemeteries in eastern Kentucky.
Volumes I through IV include cemeteries in Floyd County; volumes V through XVI include cemeteries throughout eastern Kentucky, including Floyd, Johnson, Pike, Knott, Lawrence, Elliott, Morgan, Leslie, Perry, Breathitt, Greenup, Martin and Letcher counties.
More than 1,000 cemeteries are listed in the series.
Each volume is $20, plus $4 postage. A complete set of all 16 volumes is $275, plus $12 postage. Books can be ordered from East Kentucky Press at P.O. Box 808, Paintsville, KY 41240.
For a complete list of cemeteries contained in each volume, email John David Preston, president, East Kentucky Press, at email@example.com.
Bridal expo will be April 6
GRAYSON - The Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its fourth annual Bridal Expo from 1:30 to 4 p.m. April 6 at the Grayson Conference Center.
Some exhibitors’ spots are open. Exhibitors may register by mail at GACC, P.O. Box 612 or 302 E. Main St., Grayson, KY 41143 with the form on graysonchamber.org, or send an email to graysonchamber41143.windstream.net.
The registration fee is $60 for nonmembers and $35 for members.
For more information, call (606) 474-4401.
Parkinson’s event April 12
CANNONSBURG - The Coalition for the Cure of Parkinson’s Disease will have its second annual Parkinson’s Disease Awareness and Fundraising Event from 10 a.m. to noon April 12 at the Kyova Mall.
The event will include a walk, silent auction, inflatables, gospel music, Amber’s Angels cloggers and a community chapel. Engravings for the “Living Tree of Hope — Past and Present” will be available for purchase.
There will be a breakfast for patients and their families and caregivers from 9 to 10 a.m. in the former Uniforms Inc. store.
Proceeds will benefit Parkinson’s research and assisting those who have the disease.
For more information, call (606) 922-1442.
Church turkey dinner slated
'Educate and entertain'
A local theater group is shooting for changing the area’s theater scene.
07/31/2014 — What's Happening
Acoustic jam night at Callihan's
With the onset of patio season, the staff at Callihan’s American Pub & Grill have adopted a new program for Wednesday’s open-invitation entertainment with the all new Callihan’s Acoustic Jam Session, providing a stage for local talent and a spotlight for a featured musician each week.
Lee Ward: Pizza — on the grill? Asian shrimp grilled, too: 7/29/14
How many times have I said anything tastes good cooked on the grill?
What's happening: 7/28/14
Amateur ham radio and computer hobbyists from throughout the United States will gather Aug. 9 for the 52nd annual Tri-State Amateur Radio Association Hamfest at Christ Temple Church’s Life and Health Center at 2400 Johnstown Road.
07/27/2014 — Regional poetry
Works by local poets
The historical significance of city directories
Before the Internet and the telephone, there has been a need for businesses to be able to find someone living within the city.
Finding a healthier take on cooking out
Grilling is a favorite part of summer, but it doesn’t always have to involve hamburgers, hot dogs and barbeque. There are plenty of creative ways to grill that can be healthier for you.
07/26/2014 — Reunions
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