Jessamine County Beef Cattle Association aids charities with nearly $1,500 in checks
During its year-end meeting at the Agriculture Learning Center, the Jessamine County Beef Cattle Association showed its support for local charitable organizations with check presentations totaling nearly $1,500. Groups recognized included the Salvation Army, Manna Ministry, Camp Nelson Honor Guard, Jessamine County Food Pantry, High Bridge Community Center, Bluegrass Community Action and Jessamine County Cancer Buddies. Pictured, from left, are Major Randy Davis and Carol Cobb with the Salvation Army, Adel McKinney with Manna Ministry, Col. Lucas Tracy with Camp Nelson Honor Guard, Paul Huber with Jessamine County Food Pantry, John Gillespie with High Bridge Community Center, Lela Bishop and Judy Lykins with Jessamine County Cancer Buddies, and Ron Ray with the Jessamine County Beef Cattle Association, who made the presentation.
E-book open house planned for Wednesday at library
Learn how to download library e-books to your computer, e-reader, smartphone or tablet from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Jessamine County Public Library, 600 South Main Street, Nicholasville. Patrons may drop in any time during the two-hour open house session for one-to-one assistance. Register online at Jesspublib.org or call (859) 885-3523. When registering online, include the name of your device in the special needs field.
Saint Joseph open house Thursday
In honor of its fifth anniversary, the Saint Joseph Jessamine RJ Corman Ambulatory Care Center will hold an open house from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the lobby at 1250 Keene Road, Nicholasville. The community is invited to the celebration which will include music, food, photo boards and story sharing.