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Jessamine Notes: Rock Fence Park Concert Series continues at 6 p.m. Saturday

May 22, 2013 

West Jessamine girls wins soccer title West Jessamine Middle School girls soccer team was named the 2012-13 Salt River Conference Champions after defeating King Middle School of Mercer County 4-0. West Jessamine's coach is Kevin Wright. Pictured here are eighth-graders Emma Skipworth, top left, and Eva Mitchell, and Tara Martin, bottom left, and Anna Lee.

The Rock Fence Park Concert Series continues in Nicholasville at 6 p.m. Saturday with a performance by the Mercy Men. The free show will feature '70s and '80s music and a karaoke contest. Parking is available at Central Bank and Hagar Cundiff Funeral Home. The park is at Third and Oak streets. For information, call (859) 351-5557.

PowerPoint class at library

The Jessamine County Public Library will offer an Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint class from 6:30-8:30 p.m. today. Students can learn to create, save, edit and print a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint. During the class, students will create slides that can be used in a presentation. Register at or call (859) 885-3523.

ROCK Jessamine holding auction, fundraiser

ROCK (Revitalize Our Communities Kentucky) Jessamine, a newly formed community organization that performs exterior home repairs, will hold an auction and fundraiser from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Quality Construction Co., 109 Means Drive, Nicholasville. Each project is evaluated on need and ability to participate in the program.

Retired DJ to spin songs, memories from 1961

Retired disc jockey John Korsgarrd will present "Smiling Memories and Melodies of 1961" at 1:15 p.m. May 22 at the Wilmore Senior Community Center at Wesley Village, 1125 Lexington Road.

Korsgaard provides a narration of news happenings from the times along with music, humor and short stories about famous people or movies from those years. To help stir the recollections, he displays copies of newspapers, photos and record jackets.

For information, call Alan at (859) 887-9052, ext. 238.

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