Brain fitness at Wesley Village
Residents of Wesley Village Senior Living Community now have access to the “It’s Never Too Late” brain fitness computer system thanks to a grant from the Good Samaritan Foundation. The touch screen system is designed keep senior minds active and engaged with programs that are both entertaining and therapeutic.
Ben and Jeanette Harp experiment with the touch screen "It's Never Too Late" brain fitness computer package at Wesley Village.
West Jessamine Cheerleaders
The West Jessamine High School Cheerleading Squad were winners in the KAPOS (Kentucky Organization of Pep Organization Sponsors) Competition (medium), 12th Region "In Game" Competition and "In Game" competition and "K Pep" awards at the PNC Sweet Sixteen Boys State Basketball Tournament.
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Boy Scout Troop 33 plants trees
Members of Boy Scout Troop 33 helped plant 400 trees along Jessamine Creek on April 10. The tree-planting event was a riparian buffer project organized by Jessamine County Storm Water Coordinator Mike Cassidy. Riparian buffers supply a variety of benefits including improving water quality and providing wildlife habitat.