News Briefs for July 9

July 09, 2004

BCHS hosts soccer camp for girls

The Boyle County High School girls varsity and junior varsity will host a soccer camp July 24 at the BCHS practice field. The camp is designed to teach basic ball skills and passing skills with demonstrations by the Lady Rebel soccer team. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the practice field, and the camp will end at noon. The cost is $40. Pre-register by calling (859) 854-3026 or (859) 324-0250.

Community input requested at Woodlawn

Woodlawn Elementary School Council is conducting a survey of staff, parents and community members in order to develop criteria to be used in the selection process for a new principal. Surveys may be picked up at either the school office or central office. Completed surveys should be returned no later than Tuesday to either of those locations.

PRIDE awards presented to Mercer

HARRODSBURG - Bluegrass PRIDE recently presented three awards to Mercer county groups.


Boy Scout Troop 127 received an award for litter and trash pickup during PRIDE's cleanup week March 20 through April 3.

Harrodsburg Code Enforcement Officer Howard Sallee received an award for enforcement efforts during cleanup week.

Herrington Lake Conservation League received an award for cleaning up Herrington Lake through its grants, volunteers and fund-raisers. Connie Caudill, president, accepted the award.


Bate Middle School Council - 11 a.m. Thursday to approve the textbook plan, update the master schedule, discuss curriculum and discuss personnel matters.

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