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  • Community Actions’s Summer Cooling program will end this week

    Extreme heat this week has substantially increased the need for air conditioners in Community Action Council’s Summer Cooling Program.

  • Songwriter event attracts popular musicians

    Once again, talented musicians will take the stage as part of this year’s songwriter evening in Cynthiana.  
    The event continues to attract diverse, professional musicians and has become a staple in the community’s yearly ART Walk – An Evening With The Arts.  
    This year’s slate of artists feature Brigid Kaelin, Carrie Johnson and Joel Henderson.  
    “I’m thrilled to have artists of this caliber participate,” said Nell Anne Gossett, the musical host.  

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  • HMH dedicates new artwork for dining area

    In November 2012, Harrison Memorial Hospital completed the rehabilitation services department and cafeteria renovation project, which provides additional square footage, more equipment and more offerings for individuals in the service area.
    Within the renovation of the cafeteria, HMH provided artwork from donations made in memory of Diana Ramsey Monroe, who was a dedicated HMH employee for 31 years.  At the time of her passing Monroe was the Health Information Manager at HMH.

  • Annual Arts Festival scheduled for July 27

    The Cynthiana Arts Council has announced plans for the 2013 Cynthiana Art Walk: An Evening with the Arts.  
    Scheduled for July 27, the event will feature displays of visual art, live street performances, live music, a poetry slam and the 3M Post-it Note Fashion Show.  
    The event is now in its fifth year and continues to grow and evolve into a true community Arts experience.  
    “It’s not just paintings,” event organizer Pat Grenier says, “but a showcase of many different art forms.”  

  • 2013 marks 38th year of summer camp at the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys & Girls Ranch

    The Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys & Girls Ranch summer camping program opened for the 38th year on Sunday, June 9 with boys in attendance. The camp runs throughout the summer, serving both boys and girls, alternately throughout the camp season.

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  • 3M provides grant to the Cynthiana-Harrison County Relay for Life

    The 3M Foundation has donated $1,250 to the American Cancer Foundation in recognition of volunteers Brandy Fizette, Vickie Taylor, Glenna Ward, Bonnie Mitchell and Marcella Jones commitment to the community. The volunteers have donated 25 hours each to Relay for Life.
    “3M employees and retirees generously give their time and skills to help improve lives,” said Kimberly Price, vice-president, 3M Community Affairs. “We are pleased to recognize their commitment to their communities.”

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  • HMH dedicates new artwork for dining area

    In November 2012, Harrison Memorial Hospital completed the rehabilitation services department and cafeteria renovation project, which provides additional square footage, more equipment and more offerings for individuals in our service area.    
    Within the renovation of the cafeteria, HMH provided artwork from donations made in memory of Diana Ramsey Monroe, who was a dedicated HMH employee for 31 years. At the time of her passing she was the Health Information Manager at HMH.