April 19 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Redbird Ranger Field Trip

Forest management officials with the Redbird Ranger District will host a field trip for groups and individuals interested in the South Red Bird Landscape Assessment in Clay and Leslie counties. The field trip participants will visit two sites within the proposed project area. At the first stop, discussions will focus primarily on current forest age-class distribution and wildlife habitat diversity. The second stop will be at the former Steel Trap mine site to review potential restoration activities.

The field trip is open to public participation. Project ideas or recommendations to improve national forest lands in the south Red Bird area are welcomed.

“We’re specifically interested in projects to improve wildlife habitat, soil and water quality, forest health, and road and trail surfaces,” said District Ranger Bobby Claybrook.

The field trip is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2. Participants will meet at the Redbird Ranger Station at 9:30 a.m. to carpool. The return time is set for 3 p.m. Individuals who attend must bring their own food and water. Insect spray is also recommended.

Anyone interested in attending the field trip may contact the Redbird office at 606-598-2192.

Golden Reunion

21 years old and going strong – Celebration on Golden Creek

Each year since 1996 Golden family members have gathered at the old Golden Cemetery . By 1998 many family were attending the gathering from as far away as MI, TX,OK, MN, OH, TN, FL and IN. Since these family members had to spend Friday night to be in town for the Saturday reunion we decided to get together on Friday night too. This gathering began in hotel rooms, area restaurants and in parking lots. So beginning in 2003 the annual Friday night gathering was added and held at the Cumberland Inn. The Friday night gathering allowed for the family to share copies of genealogy, pictures, Bibles and to spread out family histories, old maps etc, thus the beginning of the Friday night genealogy gathering.


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Cornett inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma

Breanna R. Cornett, a junior, public accounting major from Manchester is one of sixteen Eastern Kentucky University business students who were inducted recently into the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society. Business seniors, representing the top 10 percent of their graduating class, master’s degree students representing the top 20 percent of their graduating class and juniors representing the top 7 percent of their class were invited into membership in formal tapping ceremonies.


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