October 11 on News Stands Wednesday!

October 11 on News Stands Wednesday!

10-11-17

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Customer service training

In an effort to support Kentucky’s tourism industry, The Center for Rural Development (The Center), in partnership with ExecuTrain of Lexington, is hosting a no-cost customer service training in Manchester. The Smile: Hospitality Customer Service Training is on Tuesday, October 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at EKU/Manchester campus. Registration is required.


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City Officials Training Awards

Nearly 200 city officials from across the state were recognized for their educational achievement during the City Officials Training Center (COTC) Awards Program at the 2017 KLC Conference & Expo. Including Claude Davis, and James Mills, Councilmembers from the City of Manchester. The annual conference drew in nearly 500 city officials and leaders from across the commonwealth. Davis and Mills received a Level I- Achievement in City Governance Award.


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Shaping Clay Part II


The Clay County High School Theatre Department and Tiger Troupe will present an October presentation of The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow, a play by Henry Dowell. An adjusted schedule has been announced for, October 27, 28, 30 and 31. Show times each night at 7 PM with the exception of the 31 at 8 PM, after Trick or Treating. Tiger Troupe director Donnie Stevens played the role of a courtroom guard during the play Shaping Clay Part II “The Case of Abner Baker Jr.”


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Halloween Bash 2017

Joyce Wilson and Jack Roberts are beside the 2007 Ford Mustang that will be raffled off during the Clay County Cruisers “Cruzin in the Park Halloween Bash 2017” will be in beautiful Rawlings-Stinson Park Sunday October 29 beginning at 1 PM. Tickets are available from any Cruiser Member and will be sold the day of the show. This 13th Annual Halloween Show will be the biggest and best everyone is invited to enjoy all the events No charges, everything is free for everyone. Gary and Diane England, AKA Gary’s Sound Machine will be back taking care of DJ activities, contests, games etc. There will be Halloween Contests for both Adults and Kids with 1st place winners taking home $50 and 2nd place winners collecting $25. Kids will be eligible to win lots of money playing games and contests, lots of Candy for Trick or Treaters, and in general lots fun activities for everyone.


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Kentucky Basketball — Mere Madness

Mere Madness—By John Huang

Every October, University of Kentucky basketball fans yearn expectantly for the spectacle known as Big Blue Madness. This past Friday night was no different. Over 20,000 screaming fans–ages eight to eighty–crammed themselves into Rupp Arena for the annual dog and pony show signaling the start of another exciting roundball season. Women’s Basketball coach Matthew Mitchell led off the night’s festivities with his customary dance moves that set the frenzied tone for the remainder of the evening. John Calipari’s annual state-of-the-union manifesto then further stoked the flames of Big Blue passion. Finally, an appearance by Drake sent the Wildcat faithful over the proverbial edge of sanity—giving the prized recruits in the audience a taste of what it’s like to be rock stars on stage in front of a fanatical basketball family.


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