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Annual Missions Trip

Almost before the paint is dry and the concrete set on building projects in the Red Bird River area of Clay County the date is set for the next annual missions trip to the area (April 22 to 28, 2018) according to Mayo Collier, trip coordinator and St. Paul Methodist (SC) Church member. A group of 38 people, most from the Florence area but with others from around the state and Charlotte area, returned in mid-April. This was the church’s 16th trip to help with the Red Bird Mission, established in 1921.


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Shepherd Named Emerging Leader

William “Lucas” Shepherd, CFO COO EVP of First National Bank of Manchester Kentucky has been selected by the Kentucky Bankers Association (KBA) for its 2017 Emerging Leaders program. The KBA’s Emerging Leaders program is designed to find and develop future financial leaders in Kentucky through specific and comprehensive bank and community related activities. “It is a great honor to be accepted into this program and to be able to represent both Laurel and Clay Counties. Recognition such as this serves to reiterate that hard work and dedication truly do pay off. I am excited to be granted this opportunity to meet other bankers from the state of Kentucky, along with the many learning opportunities that will accompany it. By being a part of this program, I look forward to bringing back valuable experience to help our customers in this area.” said Shepherd.


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Retired Teachers Memorial Meeting

The Clay County Retired Teachers Association (KRTA) will meet at Clay County Extension Office Monday, May 15 at noon with potluck luncheon. All retired teachers are urged to attend. This will be the annual memorial service and we will honor the memory of the following teachers who have left us this year: Bobby Keith, Elinor Spurlock, Jolen Trosper, Dorothy Hale, Verner Lee Brown and Bobbie Phillips. Family and friends are invited to participate in this program.


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Promises Made, Promises Kept

By Senate President Robert Stivers and House Speaker Jeff Hoover

Kentucky voters demanded change when they went to the polls in November, placing the House of Representatives in Republican control for the first time in nearly a century. By granting GOP super-majorities for the first time in both the Senate and the House, Kentuckians made it clear that they were tired of “business as usual” in Frankfort. As the Kentucky General Assembly adjourned the 2017 Regular Session, legislators from both chambers had come together and kept their promises to pass meaningful bills that will strengthen Kentucky families and create Kentucky jobs.


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