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Jessamine Co. | Wildlife refuge seeks volunteers

Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge needs volunteers for fund-raising, landscaping, customer service, animal care and other tasks. Applications available online at www.wolfrun.org. Wolf Run is open to the public noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays at 7376 Old Danville Road, Nicholasville. It's a no-kill sanctuary for animals that are not ready for release back into the wild. Animals typically on site include cougars, wolves, coyotes and Whitetail deer. Admission is $5 per person. Free for children under 2.

Volunteer honored

Perry Barnes is Volunteer of the Year for Nicholasville Now, a Kentucky Main Street Program that encourages downtown revitalization and economic development.

Spring cleaning

Jessamine County Environmental Services is providing an opportunity for residents to dispose of their residential debris March 20-27 during the 21st annual County-Wide Clean-Up. Residents are encouraged to bring their debris to one of two disposal sites: Jessamine County Road Department, 400 Park Drive; and Witt Lane in Wilmore. Items for curbside pickup must be at the curb by March 19. Curbside disposal is not available for Wilmore residents. Call (859) 881-4545.

Free bridal show

Simply Beautiful, Simply Bridal, a free bridal show presented by UK Cooperative Extension Service, will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Providence Christian Church in Brannon Crossing. See a fashion show, meet wedding professionals and win door prizes. Register at kentucky.perfectweddingguide.com. Contact Marisa Aull at (859) 885-4811.

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