Planning meeting Thursday for trips
ASHLAND - The Ashland Senior Center is planning two trips this year and will have an informational meeting at noon Thursday about trips to Lancaster, Pa., and Branson, Mo., at the center.
Deposits will be due at the meeting.
The three-night trip to Lancaster will be in July; full payment is due June 10. The trip includes a presentation of the play “Moses,” a guided tour of Amish country, a visit to Kitchen Kettle Village, admission to the Mennonite information center and Landis Valley Museum and Village and six meals.
The six-night trip to Branson will be in October; full payment is due in August. The trip will include 10 meals, admission to seven shows and the showboat Branson Belle.
Departure for both trips will be the Kyova Mall in Cannonsburg.
For more information, call the senior center at (606) 324-7323.
Hospice to host living-wills event
ASHLAND - As part of National Healthcare Decisions Day, Community Hospice will host an informational session about Living Wills at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Community Hospice office at 1480 Carter Ave.
An overview of living wills will be presented and representatives will answer questions and have living will forms available.
Community Hospice representatives are available to speak to clubs, groups, churches, organizations or businesses with details about living wills.
For more information or to schedule a presentation, call Beth Taylor at (606) 329-1890 or (800) 926-6184.
Riding club plans spring ride
VANCEBURG - The Rough Riders Saddle Club of Lewis County will have its first trail ride of the season on Saturday.
Riders will meet at 10 a.m. at Dummitt Ridge and plan to begin the two-hour ride by 11 a.m. Participants should pack a lunch.
To get to Dummitt Ridge, take the Grayson spur to Dummitt Ridge Road (left if coming from Vanceburg/Garrison; right if coming from Grayson). Follow RRSCLC signs to the parking area.
For more information, call Frank Gifford at (606) 541-0841.
Easter egg hunt will be Saturday
ASHLAND - The Boyd County Public Library will have an Easter egg hunt for ages 3 through 12 at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Central Park bandstand.
Nearly 1,000 eggs will be hidden around the bandstand. The hunt will be divided into five age groups: 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10; and 11 and 12. No one older than 12 will be allowed to participate.
In addition to the hunt, there will be games, an Easter bonnet contest, a visit from Peanuts the Clown and a raffle drawing. Parents are encouraged to bring cameras for pictures of children with the Easter Bunny.
In case of rain, the event will be at 2 p.m. Sunday.
All eggs will contain candy; participants should bring a basket or bag to collect the eggs.
For more information, visit thebookplace.org.
BCC bridge winners named
BELLEFONTE - Bellefonte Country Club bridge winners for the winter session are first — Kay Memmer; second — Juanita Ditty; third — Maxine Brammer; fourth — Jo Weller.
Winners for March 26 were: first — Jo Weller; second — Kay Memmer; third — Brenda Willenbrink; fourth — Juanita Ditty.
Winners for April 2 were: first — Kay Memmer; second — Jody Lowman; third — Juanita Ditty; fourth — Leannah Leslie.
Winners for April 9 were: first — Norma Meek; second — Clara Marcum; third — Maxine Brammer; fourth — Karen Maher.
Bake sale to aid Meals on Wheels
SOUTH SHORE - South Shore Meals on Wheels will have a bake sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the South Shore Foodland on U.S. 23.
A drawing is planned for eight Easter baskets at 1:45 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the South Shore City Building from Linda Potter by calling (606) 932-6144. Tickets are 50 cents.
For more information, call Julinia Robirds at (606) 932-4707 or Potter at 932-6202. Applications will be available during the bake sale, as will driver applications.
Open house set at Pathways
ASHLAND - An open house for Autism Services at Pathways will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the offices at 3701 Landsdowne Drive.
Mayor Chuck Charles will sign an Autism Awareness Month Proclamation at 4 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information, call (606) 324-1141 or (800) 562-8909.
City marks 2 years of art walk
HUNTINGTON - Huntington’s Art Walk will celebrate its second anniversary from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
The event turns local businesses into art galleries with visiting artists from April to October along Pullman Square — Third to Fourth avenues.
Photographers Chris Hayes and Chris Sammons helped organize the monthly event this year.
“Our wish is to see it grow to the point that individual locations are not able to contain the talent and it spills over into the entire downtown area,” Hayes said. “We have several ideas this year we are going to try, including every week we are featuring artist of the week on our Facebook page. We have also created a GoFundMe account to hopefully be able to purchase signs and possibly decals to go outside of the business during the art walk.”
To donate, visit gofundme.com/Huntingtonartwalk.
Everyone is welcome to display art during the art walk, including traditional and nontraditional artists in painting, photography, sketch artists, jewelry makers, clothing, pottery and furniture.
“We’re also very interested in performance artists, such as musicians, mimes, Mideastern dancers,” he said. Artists need not reside in Huntington to participate.
Among the participating businesses for the art walk this year are Empire Books & News, The Pottery Place, Watercolors Dreams Gallery and Art School, Le Bistro Huntington, Mug and Pia, Adell’s Antiques, Simply Whisk, Backyard Pizza and Raw Bar and Holiday Inn & Suites.
For more information, visit facebook.com/huntingtonartwalk.
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