The Kentucky Equine Humane Center is handling the care of three Arabian horses from the recent Woodford County animal cruelty case where dozens of dead and dying animals were discovered. The emaciated horses are receiving regular meals and veterinary attention. Once the horses are restored to health, they will be matched with adoptive homes.
The 72-acre rescue facility on Catnip Hill Road in Jessamine County has rehabilitated hundreds of horses since its founding in 2006, according to Executive Director Karen Gustin. The center operates on donations and receives no federal or state money. For information on how to volunteer, adopt or donate, visit Kyehc.org. Methodist church to present introduction to Islam
The Wilmore Free Methodist Church will present "Let My People Know," an introduction to Islam, the world's second largest religion. Sam Lamiy will lead the four-part weekly study beginning at 9:40 a.m. Sundays through April 14. The church is located at 1200 Lexington Road in Wilmore. Call (859) 858-3521 or visit Wfmc.net for more information.
County-wide clean-up scheduled
Jessamine County's annual county-wide clean-up is a way for residents to dispose of household debris. Citizens are encouraged to bring their debris to either the Jessamine County Road Department on Longview Drive or Witt Lane in Wilmore. Both sites are open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Saturday. See guidelines for pick-up and disposal at Jessamineco.com.
Free tax return service offered to low-income families
If your annual income is below $50,000, the Central Kentucky Economic Empowerment Project can help you file your tax return for free. Representatives are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday in Meeting Room B at the Jessamine County Public Library. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call United Way 211.