Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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May 4, 2013

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CATLETTSBURG —

Veteran to  speak at roundtable

ASHLAND Fred O'Broff, a Korean War veteran who spent two years as a prisoner of war, will be the featured speaker of the Military History Roundtable meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Highlands Museum at 1620 Wincester Avenue. The meeting is sponsered by the Eastern Kentucky Military Historical Society. All are invited and welcome to attend.

Boyd GOP women to meet Monday

ASHLAND The Boyd County Republican Women’s Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at JJ Restaurant.

The club will be awarding its annual scholarship and also giving away a framed George Washington print for which it has been selling tickets to raise money for the scholarship fund.

For more information, email Cindy Leadingham at cindymkla@yahoo.com.

Meetings

Sunday

Crum Chapel, 7 p.m. Jeff Arnett will be singing at the church at 4900 Blackburn Avenue. Danny Laney is pastor.

Monday

Worthington Elementary council, 4 pm., to discuss principal selection criteria and interview questions.

Catlettsburg City Council, 5 p.m. Special meeting to approve first reading of ordinance amending budget, to discuss equipment and city curfew.

Friday

Russell-McDowell Intermediate council, 3:45 p.m.

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