Fall festival set in Catlettsburg
CATLETTSBURG - The Catlettsburg Elementary School Fall Festival will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the school.
There will be inflatables, haunted house, crafts, a cake walk, games, hayrides, Bang-a-Car, door prizes and food.
The cost is $2 for the haunted house; $5 for the haunted house and games; and $8 for the haunted house, games, inflatables and hayride.
OLBH to mark respiratory week
RUSSELL - The Respiratory Department of Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital will celebrate National Respiratory Care Week with free lung function screenings on Oct. 24.
Staff from the department will offer free lung-function testing and information about OLBH’s pulmonary services at the Ashland Town Center from 9 a.m. to noon. Pulmonary services at OLBH includes the Lung Health Program (lung nodules and pulmonary hypertension), pulmonary rehabilitation and smoking cessation.
For more information about lung-function testing, call the OLBH CareLine at (606) 833-2273.
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ASHLAND - Steelworkers of American Retirees will elect officers at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Steelworkers Hall on Carter Avenue. Food will be served.
Fall festival set in Catlettsburg
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