AARF to finish annual sale today
ASHLAND - The Ashland Animal Rescue Fund will liquidate its rummage-sale inventory from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the Kyova Mall in Cannonsburg.
All proceeds will benefit AARF.
Arts education workshop set
BOWLING GREEN - A six-hour workshop in Start with the Arts will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 26 at The Kentucky Museum at Western Kentucky University.
The workshop integrates the arts with early- childhood curriculum themes. Preschool, kindergarten and early primary teachers as well as special education teachers, arts teachers, teacher aides, school librarians, children’s librarians, Head Start teachers, child-care providers and university education teachers may benefit from the workshop.
Participants will receive a professional development training certificate from VSA Kentucky for six hours of continuing education and access to the electronic Start with the Arts activity and resource book.
For more information, call Mary Claire O’Neal, VSA Kentucky program director, at (859) 272-2515 or email her at email@example.com.
To register, call (270) 904-7019 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trio featured at VIP Day
ASHLAND - The Scioto Brass Trio will perform from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday during Pollock’s Jewelers annual VIP Day.
The trio consists of Tri-State area professional musicians and educators Terry Thompson, trumpet; Carl Daehler, horn; and Gale Dalton, trombone.
The annual, all-day event features deals on many store items.
Pollock’s is at 913 Winchester Ave. For more information, call (606) 324-3197.
Tax prep aid is available
CANNONSBURG - Trained representatives of the American Association of Retired Persons’ Tax-Aide program offer tax help to last-minute filers from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesdays through April 15 at the Kyova branch of the Boyd County Public Library.
Assistance is for those in the middle- or low-income categories with special attention to ages 60 and older.
Those needing help should bring with them all the necessary 2013 tax forms, including W-2s; copies of 2012 federal and Kentucky income tax returns; unemployment compensation statements, SSA-1099 (for Social Security benefits); all 1099 forms showing dividends and interest; and any other pertinent tax documents, including documentation if itemizing deductions.
Federal forms and instructions are free at all BCPL branches. The Kentucky Revenue Cabinet does not provide bulk forms and instructions to libraries, but BCPL staff will print one copy of every state form patrons need. Additional copies are 10 cents per page. Instructions also can be printed at 10 cents per page.
To also get Kentucky forms, visit revenue.ky.gov/forms or call (502) 564-3658.
Links to the federal and state revenue sites can be found at thebookplace.org.
AARF to finish annual sale today
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?
Racing on Little Sandy
Aimed at honoring the contributions of two local men who’ve inspired countless outdoor adventures through their words and photos, the second annual Soc & Sam Sandy Run Canoe Race has been set to launch at 9 a.m. Oct. 14 as part of Old Fashion Days in Greenup.
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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Dressmaker to donate to girls in Africa
Morning Pointe Ridge Senior Living Volunteer Carolyn Adams has found another way to help others: She creates dresses from donated material to benefit girls in Africa, Brazil and Peru.
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