Scouts’ lemonade stand to benefit STRIDE program
A lemonade stand at Bypass Rentals from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday will benefit STRIDE, the Early Learning Center and Daisy Scout Troop 680. The girls will sell lemonade to raise money for all three groups.
KRFDC offering financial classes
Financial Partners, a service of the Kentucky River Foothills Development Council in Richmond, will be offering six Financial Peace classes using Dave Ramsey’s curriculum. There will be no cost to residents of Clark, Estill, Powell, Montgomery or Madison counties.
The classes will be at Clark County Community Services, 30 Taylor Ave., from 6 to 8 p.m. June 23-July 28.
Early registration is encouraged. Space is limited.
Call Joe Killin at (859) 624-4116 ext. 210 or Judy Crowe at 744-5034.
Conkwright SBDM meeting Thursday
The Conkwright Middle School-based Decision-making Council will have a special-called meeting Thursday, June 23, at 1 p.m. at the Clark County Board of Education to develop criteria for principal selection and principal selection training. Review of applications will begin in closed session.
Habitat director to speak to Kiwanis
Judy Flavell, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Madison and Clark counties, will be the guest speaker at the Winchester Kiwanis Club luncheon at Taste of China at noon Wednesday. Flavell will talk about the current house building project in Clark County, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary as a Habitat affiliate.
Next week’s Wednesday meeting will be the Kiwanis picnic on the lawn on the Bluegrass Heritage Museum, with lunch catered by DJ’s Bar and Grill.
Information in an American Forum column published June 17 was incorrect. The column about proposed legislation to allow fathers to have unpaid family leave said that city council members in Philadelphia had passed such a bill, but the council is only considering it. Action on the legislation was delayed.