Madison County: EKU accounting students offer tax help

March 20, 2013 

Eastern Kentucky University accounting students are offering basic income tax preparation for those making $50,000 or less from 5-8 p.m. Monday in Room 269 of the Business and Technology Center.

Students will provide two levels of free service: income tax preparation service and assisted self-service tax preparation. Both services are available to anyone in Richmond and Madison County who qualifies and to EKU students, faculty and staff.

Appointments can be scheduled through the United Way of the Bluegrass by calling 211; walk-ins are also welcome.

For more information or questions about what to bring with you, contact Trish Isaacs at (859) 622-1590 or at

Democratic Woman's Club recognition dinner in April

The Madison County Democratic Woman's Club will have its annual recognition dinner at 6 p.m. April 8 at June Morning, 111 Boggs Lane in Richmond. The cost of the catered meal is $25 per person and is open to everyone.

After dinner, the club will recognize the Madison County Outstanding Democratic Woman and hear Dan Logsdon, chairman of the Kentucky Democratic Party, address the group on the progress of the 2014 campaign for U.S. senator. Checks should be made payable to MCDWC and mailed to MCDWC, P.O. Box 357, Richmond, Ky. 40476 by April 1.

Training sessions for social workers available

The Eastern Kentucky University social work program will host its annual EKU Social Work Day for social workers in Madison and surrounding counties on April 19, as part of National Professional Social Work Month.

The EKU event is an opportunity for social workers to earn three free continuing education credits (CEUs) on AIDS/HIV during the morning session and three more CEUs while learning more about being a field practicum supervisor for EKU's social work students at the afternoon session.

The training sessions in the Business and Technology Center are open to the first 150 social workers who register. Registration information can be found online at

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