The Manchester Enterprise: Community News

Hair Salon to Make Donations to American Cancer Society

 

 

Temptations Boutique and Salon is setting aside two days in which a portion of proceeds from services will be donated to the American Cancer Society to help create a world with more birthdays and less cancer.

Temptations, a salon servicing many clients in Manchester and surrounding areas located at 474 Keavy Road, will make the donations from services done on Thursday, December 2 and Friday, December 3.

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Hair Salon to Make Donations to American Cancer Society

 

 

Temptations Boutique and Salon is setting aside two days in which a portion of proceeds from services will be donated to the American Cancer Society to help create a world with more birthdays and less cancer.

Temptations, a salon servicing many clients in Manchester and surrounding areas located at 474 Keavy Road, will make the donations from services done on Thursday, December 2 and Friday, December 3.

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CCHS Cheerleaders Hosting Fund-Raiser

 

Raising Cash for Cancer Clay Coalition

 

Clay County's High School Tiger Cheerleaders have chosen Friday, December 10 as a night to remember by hosting a Clay County Cancer Coalition Fund-Raiser.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 November 2010 20:52

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Beech Creek Shooting Leaves Roberts Dead

KSP News Release:

 

On Saturday November 27, 2010 at 7:34 PM the Kentucky State Police, Post 11, London received a report of a shooting incident on Beech Creek Road in Clay County.

Upon arrival officers located the victim, Douglas W. Roberts, 35, of Manchester, outside a residence with a single gun shot wound. Roberts was transported to the Manchester Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead by the Clay County Coroner Jim Trosper.

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Last Updated on Monday, 29 November 2010 15:51

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City Employees Reinstated

Six employees who were fired one day after the election were reinstated to their jobs Wednesday.

A press release issued Wednesday by Lexington Attorney Leslie P. Vose stated, “Mayor Carmen Webb Lewis and the Manchester City Council have reinstated the employment of Calvin Bishop, Phillip Brown, Travis Buttrey, Jeffrey Pennington, Scott Robinson and William Stivers and no paychecks will be missed.  We hope this resolves the litigation and regret that these employees did not use the available grievance procedure.”

The statement went on to say, “Any personnel issues involving these employees may best be dealt with by the incoming Mayor and council members”.

This is the latest action that has been made by the City of Manchester after the lawsuit naming Mayor Lewis and the City of Manchester was filed in Federal District Court on November 8.

The lawsuit, which was filed by the six employees who were let go, alleged that their being fired was politically motivated because they did not support Lewis in the election.

However, the Attorney representing the six plaintiffs, Ned Pillersdorf says this does not resolve the lawsuit.

“I’m happy to see them reinstated to their jobs, however this does not resolve the lawsuit. In terms of resolving the case, we’re looking for the Mayor to personally compensate, to pay the claim out of her own pocket. It appears, from our perspective, that she’s the one that’s caused the havoc,” says Pillersdorf.

Pillersdorf says the City of Manchester was only named in the suit because the plaintiffs sought reinstatement to their positions.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 November 2010 14:36

 

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