Red, White & Bike at St. Agatha June 26
St. Agatha Academy is inviting the public to participate in a citywide service project, Red, White & Bike, on Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The young and the old are invited to the St. Agatha courtyard to decorate their bikes with red, white and blue streamers and balloons. Participants will also be asked to write a letter for the service men and women currently serving our country. Each biker will take their letter and ride in a parade from the St. Agatha Courtyard down Main Street to Cleveland to deliver the letters to a postbox at the courthouse. Hot dogs and refreshments will be served.
The Winchester Board of Commissioners did not name the exit-94 interchange bridge over Interstate 64 after local war hero, Pvt. Harold G. Epperson as reported in Wednesday's edition of the Winchester Sun. Instead, the commission voted to ask the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to name the bridge after Epperson. As a result of the incorrect story, a caption in Friday's paper also incorrectly identified the bridge. The Clark County Fiscal Court will also be taking up the matter before the request goes to state officials.