At the meeting, the board will also hear reports on health department and home health services, health education, finances and administration, and will discuss personnel issues.
The meeting is open to the public.
WINCHESTER KIWANIS CLUB
The Winchester Kiwanis Club will meet at noon Wednesday at Taste of China. Robert Gayheart, executive director of the Lions Eye Bank of Lexington, will discuss its Vision Share program. Dana Ladd will chair the program.
SENIOR EARNS HONORS
Andrew Scott Dunn, a senior at George Rogers Clark High School, was recognized during the recent Honor Night program. He received Proficient Performance in Psychology, Proficient Performance in Business Mathematics, Proficient Performance in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps and the Cardinal Award for Outstanding Achievement in Accelerated English IV.
He is the son of Kevin and Tami Dunn of Winchester.
(This information was omitted from a list of honors the Sun published last week.)
The Fellowship Connection will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 5, at the Clark County Public Library.
GED TEST DATES SET
The GED test will be given at the Winchester-Clark County Literacy Council, 52 N. Maple St., on June 5 and 6. More information can be obtained by calling (859) 744-1975.
The Clark County Alumni Association has several scholarships available for graduating students from any Clark County school who have had a music class during their school year.
Applications are available at Rainbow Hall, 4449 Rockwell Road, or from the counselors' offices at George Rogers Clark High School. Applications are to be submitted to William Dotson, 20 Robyn Drive, by June 12.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) will have a Mental Illness Awareness Month Rally at noon Friday in front of the Clark County Courthouse.
The commodity food distribution will be Tuesday, May 29. Senior adults who have pre-registered for the program can pick up their commodities at each designated site. The office of Clark County Community Services at 30 Taylor Ave., will be closed.
BOAT OPERATOR CHARGED
Stewart Winburn, 46, of Winchester, operator of a house boat that dangled precariously from the top of Lock 4 dam on the Kentucky River near Frankfort, has been charged with operating a boat under the influence of alcohol. Four people were rescued from the boat Sunday by a Frankfort rescue boat, and the house boat was freed Monday without incident.
PIONEERS FOR CHRIST
Pioneers for Christ Boys Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Church of God Cathedral, 3313 Lexington Road. The club is open to all boys ages 6 to19.