June 21 on News Stands Wednesday!

June 21 on News Stands Wednesday!

6-21-17

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OBI Enrollment

Oneida Baptist Institute will have their first day of school August 14. You can enroll now for the fall semester. Local students attend for free. New students lease enroll by August 1, returning students are contacted by telephone. To enroll stop by the OBI main office anytime Monday through Friday from 8 AM till 4 PM. For more information call 606-847-411 ext 233 or email admissions@oneidaschool.org.


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A.M.E. Revival

Charles Takes, Pastor of Living Waters Ministries of Ivory Coast, West Africa will be the guest revivalist during a revival at St. Paul A.M.E. Church on Town Branch in Manchester July 14-16. Services will be held at 6:30 PM Friday and Saturday and at 11 AM on Sunday. Also attending will be Rev. Jeffrey Nathaniel Leath, Presiding Prelate; Dr. Susan Jones Leath, Supervisor and Rev. James Earl Smith, Presiding Elder. Sherry Green, Pastor invites everyone to attend,


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Oneida Big Community Performance

A Big Community Performance will be held at the Oneida Baptist Church Chapel Friday June 30. This is a part of the “Harmony in the Hills” program organized by the Stay in Clay and Monkey Dumplins groups in partnership with Berea College Partners in Education and Community Performance International and hosted by Oneida Baptist Institute. Everyone is invited. For more information contact Amy Dunzweiler (606) 594-5892 amy_dunzweilwe@msn.com; Vanda Rice (606) 598-7274 vandarice@hotmail.com or Jenna Meglen jenna_meglen@berea.edu.


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Developing Kentucky’s Workforce

Op-Ed by Governor Matt Bevin

From the beginning of our administration, we have set the goal of making Kentucky the engineering and manufacturing hub of excellence in the world. We are off to a good start. We recently shattered our annual record for new economic development projects and we did so in only the first five months of 2017. Many factors weigh into the decisions of businesses to expand or locate their facilities in our state. However, every business leader I meet with emphasizes the quality of our workforce as one of their most critical considerations.


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