Casey library plans gardening workshop
The Casey County Public Library will have an encore gardening workshop, 10 a.m., Tuesday at the library. Because of the popularity of the program, “Fast Food: From Seed to Plate in just 6 Weeks,” will be led by Julie Maruskin as she returns to the Casey County Library to give the low-down on heirloom vegetables that can jump from garden to fork in six weeks or less. Participants will get an introduction to growing several varieties of hardy heirloom greens, radishes, squash and more. Participants will take home a free 8-pack fast food heirloom seed kit to get started. To reserve a seat, call (606) 787-9381.
Local church offers life skills services
The Covenant Church of the Nazarene, 600 Baughman Ave., will have community services to help participants learn skills to manage life adjustments including loss, financial setback, grief, sickness, death and divorce. The services will be 7 p.m. Friday and 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the church. For more information, call or text (859) 326-7167.
Centre College re-elects six trustees
During Centre College’s spring meeting of the Board of Trustees in April, six trustees were re-elected to serve a six-year term. They are John R. Barton, Robert T. Brockman, Rutheford B. Campbell, Mark E. Nunnelly, Peggy Purdom Patterson, and George W. Privett Jr.
The new six-term officially begins July 1.
John R. Barton of Lexington is a 1979 Centre graduate and a physician and director of maternal-fetal medicine at Central Baptist Hospital. He earned an M.D. from the University of Kentucky.
Robert T. Brockman of Houston is a 1963 Centre graduate and chairman-CEO of The Reynolds and Reynolds Co. Brockman has served as chairman of the Centre board of trustees since January 2008.
Rutheford B. Campbell of Lexington is a 1966 Centre graduate and a professor of law at University of Kentucky. He earned a Juris Doctor degree from U.K. and an LL.M. from Harvard University.
Mark E. Nunnelly of Boston is a 1980 Centre graduate and partner and managing director of Bain Capital. He earned an M.B.A. from Harvard University.
Peggy Purdom Patterson of Bloomfield is a 1972 Centre graduate and a retired U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court Eastern District Of Kentucky. She earned a J.D. from the University of Kentucky.
George W. Privett Jr. of Lexington is a physician and medical director and owner of Lexington Diagnostic Center. He earned an M.D. from Baylor University College of Medicine.
The Boyle County Genealogical Association has cancelled its meeting Tuesday. The next meeting will be June 21.
Danville High School Council — 3:30 p.m. today for a special called meeting in the DHS library to discuss the revised allocation for the 2011-2012 school year.
Mercer County Joint Planning and Zoning Commission — 5:30 p.m. today in the Harrodsburg City Commission meeting room. Agenda includes site plan amendments for Corning for the construction of a 56,000 square foot industrial addition; and Mount Pleasant Church for construction of a 2,400 square foot community center.
Danville City Commission — 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at city hall for a special meeting. The agenda includes a budget discussion and possible action.
Boyle County Housing Authority Board — 8 a.m. Tuesday at Danville City Hall. Items on the agenda include: approval of bills paid in April; approval of collection loss; approving contract for A&E service with Sherman-Carter-Barnhart, PSC; approving FASS¿submission. Other items to be considered are the vacancy list and residents newsletter.
Boyle County Fire Department Board of Trustees — 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Boyle County Fire House Station 1 at 1500 Lebanon Road. This is the regular monthly meeting.