The routine concludes with a unique rifle inspection sequence demonstrating rifle spins and tosses.
Throughout the year, these Marines perform in front of hundreds of thousands of spectators at Marine Barracks Washington and at numerous events across the United States and abroad.
For more information on this performance, please email Lynn Taylor Tye at email@example.com.
Sims Funeral holds open house Sunday
Sims Funeral Services is having an open house and tour of its facilities 2-4 p.m. Sunday at its new location, 130 North Chiles Street, Harrodsburg. Refreshments will be served.
Trail Ride for American Diabetes scheduled
The seventh annual Trail Ride for American Diabetes will be 1 p.m. Saturday at 1145 Maple Swamp Road in Waynesburg. The gates open at 10 a.m. The event is sponsored by Team DeAnna and the Shelton Family.
Trophies will be awarded for the top three horses and top three wagons. Horses will be judged by overall appearance and performance. Wagons will be judged by best appearance and decorations.
Overnight camping is available. There will be a 50/50 drawing, corn hole, door prizes and other entertainment.
All horses, mules and wagons are welcome to participate. Admission is $5. A¿meal will be provided after the ride.
For more information, call Mark Shelton at (606) 669-3728 or Lesia Shelton at (606) 669-4083, or email Markshelton@ymail.com.
Boyle students attending Governor’s School for the Arts
This summer, The Kentucky Center will host more than 200 eager young artists from every region of the commonwealth, as The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts takes place from June 19 to July 9. at Lexington’s Transylvania University.
Students participating from Boyle County are Logan Conley of Boyle County High School (vocal Music); Mollie LaFavers of Boyle County High School (drama); Haleigh Lanham of Boyle County High School (vocal music); Haleigh Lanham of Boyle County High School (vocal music); Charles Lane of Danville High School (drama); and Kolton Winfield of Danville High School (drama).
During their three-week stay, 225 student artists from 49 counties will be immersed in a rigorous schedule of daily seminars, master-classes, lectures, hands-on workshops and field trips to regional arts attractions. Instruction will be offered in nine disciplines: architecture, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, new media, visual art and vocal music.
Since 1987, more than 4,250 talented high school sophomores and juniors have attended the GSA summer program. The program will culminate on July 9 with an all-day festival that celebrates the achievements of Kentucky’s young artists.
Additionally, 20 colleges and universities currently offer scholarships to alumni of GSA.
Boyle County Public Library Board of Trustees — 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the library for a regular monthly meeting.