September 20 on News Stands Wednesday!

September 20 on News Stands Wednesday!

9-20-17

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Rogers Explorers

Clay County students John “John Lucas” Hubbard, Allie Phillips, and Emily Whittle graduated from The Center for Rural Development’s 2017 Rogers Explorers youth leadership program. The Rogers Explorers program is an educational leadership program that provides hands-on learning opportunities for middle school students in Southern and Eastern Kentucky to build their math, science, and technology skills. Graduates are encouraged to work toward pursuing careers in these in-demand career fields.


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OBI Choir

Seven Oneida Baptist Institute choir students attended the University of Cumberland’s annual Choral Day. The students joined vocalists from several other schools to work on the music for the All Festival Choir and All State Choir auditions. Part of the day was spent in sectional rehearsals with U.C. music faculty.


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Headless Horseman

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. The play is scheduled for the weekend before Halloween, October 26, and run through Tuesday 31. Plan on coming out for a fun and spooky Halloween show.


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Meet Jason Sizemore

Former Clay County resident Jason Sizemore was recently featured at bostonvoyager.com. Back in 2004 he was stuck in a go nowhere city job supporting risk management software, the need to do something interesting and exciting overcame him. For better or for worse, he wanted to make a mark on the world. Thus, happened Apex Publications! What started as a single quarterly print magazine of dark SF short stories (the well-regarded Apex Science Fiction & Horror Digest) has turned into a busy small press with over 40 titles in print and the monthly ezine Apex Magazine.


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