Proceeds from the benefit performance will help support the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center's victim services programs. The center provides crisis counseling, legal advocacy, and 24-hour emergency room advocacy to victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment of all ages. The Danville office covers Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard, Mercer and Jessamine counties.
For more information on play content, call David Flora at Centre College, (859) 238-5200.
Blood drive planned
HARRODSBURG - A blood drive is planned from 1-6 p.m. Tuesday at Lions Park Community Center, 450 E. Factory St. Bring identification with a photo.
Mercer Habitat plans potluck dinner
HARRODSBURG - Mercer County Habitat for Humanity will hold a potluck appreciation dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Harrodsburg Baptist Church fellowship hall. Participants should bring a dish. Enter on the lower level parking structure. For more information, call Robin Ison at (859) 734-4924.
No Valentine deliveries at BCHS
Boyle County High School will not accept Valentine deliveries this year.
Casey school consolidation meetings set
LIBERTY - The third and final public forum and Casey County District Facilities Plan Committee meeting to discuss the elementary school consolidation plan is scheduled Thursday at the high school library. The forum will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the committee meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Casey County Board of Education also has scheduled a special called meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the library to consider the facility plan, which calls for construction of a new school to consolidate Douglas, Phillips and Phelps elementary schools.
The board will vote to approve or reject the design development document for Jones Park Elementary School.
Bate High School alumni - 7 p.m. Thursday at the old girl's gymnasium at Danville High School. For more information, call Emma Shannon at (859) 236-5574.
Hustonville Elementary School council - 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the school to discuss fifth grades that are over cap size and the possibility of reconfiguring fourth grade, use of Title I funds, hiring personnel, and second reading of consultation and discipline policies.
State Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Junction City, was an extra in an episode of "Silk Stalkings." The name of the show was incorrect in Tuesday's paper.|None***