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Kentucky Public Retirees

Cumberland Valley Chapter of the Kentucky Public Retirees (KPR) will meet Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at David’s Steak House (Corbin), Kentucky. Mealtime will begin at 11:30 a.m. with the meeting to follow. The guest speaker will be a representative from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance. Any retiree (and spouse) receiving retirement benefits from KERS, CERS, or SPRS is welcome to attend. Membership information will be available at the meeting or on the website kentuckypublicretirees.org. For more information call 606-877-0079.


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Lady Tigers fall in 13th Region opener

After being down by 20 points in the third quarter, it looked like the Lady Tigers were headed to a blow-out loss in the opening round of the 13th region tournament Wednesday night. By the end of the fourth quarter they had cut the lead to four, but there just wasn’t enough time to maintain the comeback as Harlan escaped with a 47-44 win and advances to the region semi-finals to face South Laurel Friday at The Arena in Corbin.


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Lady Tigers kick-off 13th region tourney

The Clay County Lady Tigers will tip-off the 13th Region Tournament tonight vs. the Harlan Lady Green Dragons at 7:30 p.m. at The Arena in Corbin.
If one team in the region has been a thorn the Lady Tigers side over the last several years its been the Lady Green Dragons. Harlan has won five of their last seven matchups against Clay including a season-opening 63-46 win in the first game of the season this year.


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Kentucky Homeplace

Right now your child could be one of the millions of children up to age 19 who are eligible for free or low cost health insurance through Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. A family of four earning up to $52,000.00 a year, or more, may qualify for their children to receive coverage including regular check-ups immunizations, doctor and dentist visits prescriptions and more. Community Health workers with Kentucky Homeplace currently serve forty eastern Kentucky counties to assist parents in connecting kids to this important coverage. It’s a helping hand for parents. In Clay County call Tonya Bowling at 606-681-6603 for more information.


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Heart and Soul Pregnancy Center

The Heart and Soul Pregnancy Help Center is a non-profit affiliated with Heartbeat International and is located between Cumberland River Behavioral Health and Muddy Gap Baptist Church and serves Clay and surrounding counties. They provide services and support to individuals during pregnancy regardless of their financial condition including free pregnancy testing, individualized prenatal and parenting education, baby and maternity supplies, parenting classes, community resource referrals, adoptive resources upon request and abortion recovery support. All services are free and confidential, If you would like more information or to have them speak to your organization call 606-599-8283 or visit heartandsoulpregnancy.com. Hours are Monday and Tuesday from 10 AM till 5 PM and Wednesday from 10 AM till 3 PM.


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Free Green Dot Training

Berea College Promise Neighborhood invites you to the Free Green Dot Community Training Thursday April 20 at 9 AM at the Clay County Community Building (Crawdad Building). If you plan to attend please RSVP by Thursday April 13 by calling 606-598-0177 or 859-779-5093. You can also email kayla_hubbard@berea.edu.


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