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Today's Features

  • BERRY BAPTIST
    A revival will be held at Berry Baptist Church, 306 Main Street, Berry, Ky., May 26-28 featuring the Bluegrass Boys Quartet.
    Friday, May 26 at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 27 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, May 28 at 10 and 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome.
    For more information call Pastor Carl Morton at 859-356-2887 or the church at 859-234-0440.

    OLD UNION CHRISTIAN

  • Scott and Susan Bishop of Falmouth, announces the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Cassandra Marie Bishop, to Adam Jarrod Marsh, son of Sam and Joan Marsh of Cynthiana.
    The wedding will take place at Willow Baptist Church on May 27, 2017, and the reception will follow at Kincaid Lake.

  • The United Methodist Women of the First United Methodist Church met Thursday, May 4. It was the annual event of “Ladies Night Out.” There were 46 women present.
    Barbara Harris, co-president, welcomed the women to the meeting. Virgie Wells, co-president, reminded the women of the worldwide work that the United Methodist Women accomplish. It is heart warming to know that our work continues after 150 years.
    Esther Coy blessed the food. A meal catered by Kara Godman, and served by school children, very efficiently, was enjoyed by everyone.

  • * Cynthiana Democrat, Nov. 22, 1928 -- “Rohs Theatre, Walnut Street, Two days only - Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 26 and 27 - Special Music and Effects; Bargain Matinees at 2:30 - 15 and 35 cents; nights (one show) 7:30 - 25 and 50 cents. (2017 - Rohs Theatre alive and well, have you visited recently?)

  • With Mother’s Day fresh in our minds, I am reminded of all mothers and the pivotal role they play in all our lives.
    Whenever I think of precious memories from my childhood, I see a picture of my mother in most of my recollections. She was always there caring, nurturing, raising and loving me and my siblings.

  • A week or so ago, I spoke at a fundraising event for the George Washington Carver Community Center in Crystal River, Florida, near where I live.
    The center is built on the footprint of the historic all-black George Washington Carver School.
    I spoke to them about hope.
    On Thursday, I also spoke about hope to some ladies at a local Presbyterian church.
    Hope is one of my favorite topics, if not my very favorite. Without hope, I would shrivel and die.
    I suspect you would too.

  • I have patiently waited for some summer-like heat to arrive before planting my pepper and tomato plants.  Now that the forecast calls for warm spring nights the coast is clear for summer vegetables.  
    Tomatoes love two things:  good drainage and heat. If you have struggled with tomatoes in the past, consider what makes them most content when preparing the garden and setting your plants out.  
    First thing first: Always wait until our frost-free date (on average this is May 10, give or take a week depending on where you are located).  

  • THURSDAY, May 18
    WCYN Coffee Break. On Thursday, May 18 the library programmers (youth, adult and bookmobile) will be on WCYN Coffee Break.
    Harrison County Historical Society will meet May 18 at 7 p.m. at Bluegrass Hospice Care Navigators, 1317 U.S. Hwy. 62 East. Enter by the rear door entrance, first room to the left. Eastside Elementary School History Club members will present caricatures of famous American historical figures.
    Book Babies. Thursday, May 18 at 11 a.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library for birth to age two.