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Traveling Bee Hive

Masons from all over Kentucky will be at Oneida Lodge Saturday January 13 to stake a claim to the the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Grand Masters traveling Bee Hive. This unique This item is presented to the lodge that has traveled the farthest to claim it. The meal will begin at 6 PM and the tiled meeting will begin at 7 PM. All Master Masons are invited to come out and be a part of this very special meeting. Oneida Lodge #736 F&AM Master, Simmie Morris traveled to Big Spring Lodge in Vine Grove to capture the hive.


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Diabetes Prevention

If your goal in 2018 is to prevent from developing DIABETES (if you have been diagnosed at Prediabetic or you are at risk for diabetes) you are encouraged to sign up for the Cumberland Valley District Health Department Diabetes Prevention Program. For questions or information, please call Clay County Health Department at 606-598-2425.


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KPR Meeting

The Cumberland Valley Chapter of the Kentucky Public Retirees (KPR) will meet Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at David’s Steak House (125 W Cumberland Gap Parkway) in Corbin, Kentucky. Mealtime will begin at 11:30 a.m., with the meeting to follow. Any retiree (and spouse) receiving retirement benefits from KERS, CERS, or SPRS is welcome to attend. For more information call 606-877-0079 or 606-260-0490.


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Kentucky Basketball — Missing Rick Pitino

Missing Rick Pitino—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – What a difference a year makes. This time last year, immediately after Louisville upended Kentucky 73-70 in their annual Armageddon basketball showdown, Rick Pitino was toasting himself in his palatial YUM Center media room, basking in a rare conquest over his arch nemesis, John Calipari. Pitino was nearly giddy with ecstasy, admitting to reporters how great this win felt after being dominated so long by the blue-clad mongrel hordes from seventy miles up the Interstate. Although it took Quentin Snider’s game-of-his-life to pull the Cardinals through, this was supposedly a season defining victory that would propel the Cards on to another championship banner, and Pitino to sainthood status within the River City.


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Young Professionals of East Kentucky

The 300 members of Young Professionals of East Kentucky (YPEK) are engaged in efforts to have a positive impact on 32 counties in Eastern Kentucky. It has sponsored regional issue forums, networking events, a women’s conference and annual awards banquet in London, Manchester, Pikeville, Ravenna, Somerset and Whitesburg. While there are models for YP organizations through chambers of commerce around the country, Young Professionals of East Kentucky is an independent entity based on the desire to connect, grow and lead.


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