■ The YouthAlert! Violence Prevention/Health Community Outreach Program, designed to reduce youth violence and improve the health of Kentucky youth, is looking for schools that want to implement its program. YouthAlert! offers a health program, a mentoring initiative and events that are designed to help youth connect to local and national support and intervention services.
YouthAlert! topics include domestic violence, dating violence, bullying, suicide/self harm, gang violence, sexual violence, school violence, child abuse, neglect, elder abuse and safe surroundings. Much of the program deals with youth violence prevention. The remaining sessions cover youth health advocacy and prevention topics such as mental, social and physical health, substance abuse, unintentional injuries, diet, poverty, consumerism and more.
YouthAlert! also offers a 90-minute anti-bullying presentation for elementary schools. To find out more, go to Youthalert.us/yaschoolhealthprogram.html, email email@example.com or call (859) 299-0547.
■ The 39th annual Conference for Environmental Education will be Sept. 10-12 at Jenny Wiley State Park in Prestonsburg. This year's theme is Full STEAM Ahead and will highlight science, technology, engineering, arts, agriculture and math. With more than 30 sessions to choose from, attendees will learn about abandoned mine lands, climate change, board governance, funding for nonprofits, technology and apps for science, coal mining, energy and school gardens. To view the full conference program or to register, go to Kaee.org/conference. Early bird registration ends Aug. 15.
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■ Cruisin' for a Cure, a car and motorcycle show hosted by Fayette County Public Schools, will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Rupp Arena lower parking lot. Net proceeds go to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life campaign. Admission is $20 an entry; it's free for spectators.
Awards will be presented for Best of Show, Rattiest Rat Rod, No. 1 Classic Car, Best Muscle Car, the best pink-themed car to represent breast cancer awareness, and more. Other activities will include a silent auction, food and T-shirt vendors, corn hole, 50/50 drawings and music. For details and registration, go to Fcpsalltogether.net/Cruisin.aspx.
■ The Bryan Station Class of 1975 is looking for classmates to participate in its 40th reunion, set for Aug. 28 at the Bryan Station football game against Simon Kenton High School. There will also be an Aug. 29 event with a time and location to be determined. Classmates should go to Bshs1975.wordpress.com and the Facebook page at Bryan Station Classof75 for more information.
■ The Paris High School class of 1973 will host a reunion for the 1972, 1973 and 1974 graduating classes on Aug. 22 at Stoner Creek County Club in Paris, beginning at 7 p.m. The cost is $25 for a buffet dinner. Mail your check, payable to PHS Class of 1973, to Joe Smart, 316 Vine Street, Paris, Ky. 40361. For information, call Smart at (859) 340-0303.