Old Time Radio Show
at the Library
A group of 3rd through 6th grade students created their own “Old Time Radio Show” at the Jessamine County Public Library. The group spent a week learning the basics of radio acting techniques and sound effects, which ended with a live performance to a packed house. The group was led by three teachers from The Bluegrass Performing and Visual Arts Association. The June workshop was part of the “Be Creative @ Your Library” summer reading program.
PHOTO ID: Back row left to right: Randall Evans, Kristen Reynolds, Seth Padgett, Ezra Cho, Ty Hutchins, Sam Mummert, Corbin, Jadon Calvert, Jennifer Thomas. Middle row: Brianna Recktenwald, Jonathan Perfater, Nate Stombaugh, Andrea Devole, Ryan Padgett, Kennedy Geilear, Aerelle Jones, Alison Perfater, Grace Mummert. Front row: Joe Bleuel, Allie Hagan, Arlo Hitch, Garrett Jones.
J.D. CROWE FESTIVAL POSTER DESIGN CONTEST
Crowe Fest ‘09, presented by Saint Joseph-Jessamine Ambulatory Care Center, is accepting submissions for the annual Crowe Fest Poster Contest. The winner will receive $100 and complimentary weekend passes to the JD Crowe Bluegrass Festival on Labor Day weekend at Ichthus Farm in Jessamine County. Any medium can be used as long as it can be scanned on a color scanner. If a photograph or graphic design is used, resolution must be at least 300 dpi. The deadline for submissions is August 3, 2009. Artwork can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org , or bring a hard copy to the Jessamine County Judge Executive office at the Jessamine County Court House on Main Street in Nicholasville, Kentucky. For more information about the festival, please visit www.jdcrowefestival.com or call (859) 885-4500.
LEADERSHIP JESSAMINE COUNTY
Get connected to your community as part of the Leadership Jessamine County Class of 2010. Over the course of a year, participants get a thought-provoking tour of government, social services, education, justice, natural resources, historic preservation, and economic development, while learning valuable team-building skills. Applications are available online at www.ljcky.org or by calling the Jessamine County Chamber of Commerce at (859) 887-4351.