The Wayne County Outlook

Public Occurences

May 27, 2014

Public Occurrences 5-28-14

5-28-2014 —

REVIVAL AT PINEY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

    Piney Grove Baptist Church will be having revival services starting Sunday, June 8. Bro. Denzil Jones will be the evangelist. Bro. Chester New is the pastor.



NARCONON

    Drug addiction is on the rise. If you know anyone who is struggling with drug addiction, get them the help they need. Call 1-800-431-1754 for a free brochure on the signs of addiction. Narconon also offers free screenings and referrals. You can also visit www.drugabusesolution.com for more information.



SPECIAL MEETING OF THE W.C. BOARD OF HEALTH

    The Wayne County Board of Health will have a special called meeting on Thursday, June 12 at 12 noon at the Wayne County Health Department.



SLAVEN REUNION

    A Slaven family reunion will be held on Saturday, June 7 at the Scott County Rescue Squad building in Oneida, Tenn. beginning at 10 a.m. Please bring a covered dish and enough drinks for your family and some to share.  Lunch will be at 12:30 p.m. EST. Please bring old photos and family history.



TURPIN REUNION

    The late Willie and Florence (Dodson) Turpin family reunion will be held Sunday, June 8. It will be at the Monticello Wayne County Memorial Park at the large shelter house. All relatives are invited to attend. Please bring a dish.



VBS AT GAP CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH

    Gap Creek Baptist Church will be having Vacation Bible School June -13 from 6-8 p.m. If you need a ride, please call Bro. David Flagler at 348-9679. Everyone is welcome to attend.



RICE FAMILY

GATHERING

    The Rice family gathering will be held on Saturday, June 7 at the Monticello-Wayne County Memorial Park at noon. Please bring old family pictures, letters, records, etc. to share. Sandwiches and vegetable trays will be provided. Please bring drinks, chips, etc. Family will also be attending services at Bethel Church on Sunday, June 8. For more information, contact Joyce (Rice) Jacobs at joyceejacobs@gmail.com or 606-388-5250 or 606-341-2217.



14TH GOSPEL SPRING SPECTACULAR

    The 14th Gospel Spring Spectacular will be held at the Wayne County Memorial Park on Saturday, June 7 at 11 a.m. This event features gospel singers and recording artists. Concessions will be available. For more information, call 307-1258 or 348-9832.



MONTICELLO FIRST CHURCH OF GOD YARD SALE

    Monticello First Church of God will be having a big yard sale on Old Hwy. 90 on Saturday, June 7 beginning at 8 a.m. all proceeds will go the youth group.



QUALITY HEALTH CARE COVERAGE

    Quality health care coverage for every Kentuckian will have enrollment assistance available through your local health department. The Lake Cumberland District Health Department has a dedicated team of staff known as “KYNECTORS” available to assist the public with enrollment in health insurance plans, public programs and insurance 

affordability programs through kynect. Open enrollment can be reopened due to a change of circumstance in a household. To speak directly to a KYNECTOR call 1-855-762-1227 or call your local health department at 348-9349.



MORROW REUNION

    The families of Sherman Morrow and Polly Jane Dick Morrow invite all relatives are having a reunion on Wayne County Senior Citizens building on May 31 starting around 11 a.m For more information 348-7452.



BRANDY-MATTIE KEITH REUNION

    The children and family of Brandy and Mattie Keith invite all relatives and friends to attend the 2014 Keith Family reunion “Keeping Our Roots Strong and Staying Connected.” This years events will be at McKinley Farms on West Hwy. 92. Friday, June 6 events will start at 4:30 p.m. with the annual cookout at 6 p.m.; The events on Saturday, June 7 will start with a family country breakfast at 8:30 a.m. followed by a fun day. The annual BBQ and something old, something new auction will begin at 1 p.m. The events on Sunday, June 

8 will begin at 9:30 a.m. with breakfast followed by Sunday morning Bible service and a pot luck lunch at 1 p.m. followed by family prayer circle and group picture. For more information, contact Ellen McKinley at 307-2979.



DENNEY-CATRON REUNION

    The Denney-Catron Reunion will be held at the Senior Citizens Building on Saturday, June 21 beginning at 10 a.m. Please bring a covered dish. For more information, call Alice Roberts at 606-307-6702.



CONTENTED HEART QUILT GUILD QUILT AUCTION

    The Contented Heart Quilt Guild annual quilt auction will be held Saturday, June 7 at 1 p.m. at the Historic Wayne Theater. Enter your quilts on Friday, June 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Preview quilts June 7 from 9-11 a.m. at the theater. For more info., visit www.contentedheartquiltguild.org or call 340-0015.



COMMUNITY NIGHT AT OTTER CREEK LODGE

    Otter Creek Lodge is having community night on Saturday, May 31 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. This event is free to the public.



FREE DUMPING DAYS

    Free dumping days are set for June 3 and 4 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Wayne County Recycling located on Creek View Drive behind Rite-Aid. Items not accepted include: shingles and building materials, tires and hazardous materials. No dump truck loads. For more information, call 348-4241 or 307-5065.



VBS AT CANADA’S CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH

    Canada’s Creek Baptist Church will be having Vacation Bible School June 16-20 at 6:30 p.m. The theme is “God’s Amazing Grace.” Everyone is welcome to attend.



DECORATION SERVICE AT FOSTER CLARK CEMETERY

    Decoration service will be held at the Foster Clark Cemetery in the Freedom community on Friday, May 30 at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.



APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE LAKE

CUMBERLANDCOMMUNITY ACTION GARDEN PROGRAM

    Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency is currently accepting applications for participation in the Garden Program. Individuals interested in participating may apply at the local Community Action Office located at 130 W. Columbia Ave. between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. For more info., call 348-8481.



DONATIONS TO THE GENEALOGY LIBRARY

    The Wayne County Historical Society accepts donations of old pictures, letters and other documents to help preserve the history of the community. Donated documents can also be added to the research files to help others.  You can drop off items Tuesday through Saturday or call 343-0399.



MONTICELLO MASONIC LODGE 431 MEETING

    The Monticello Masonic Lodge 431 meets the second Tuesday of each 

month at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served at 6 p.m.

MONTICELLO SCHOOL

REMEMBRANCE CALENDAR

    The Wayne County Historical Society  has calendars for sale 

featuring the early years of Monticello School. The cost is $10, and 

they can be shipped or purchased at the Museum or the Genealogy 

Library. The calendars commemorate the historic advances and legacy 

of the early years of the school with unique photos and selections 

from the 1915 yearbook.

WALKER EARLY LEARNING CENTER SBDM MEETING

    The Walker Early Learning Center SBDM will meet on the second 

Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. in the school conference room.

GOSPEL MUSIC EVERY SECOND

SATURDAY

    There is gospel music on the second Saturday of each month starting 

at 6 p.m. All music players and singers are welcome to perform. Join 

us at 669 Hwy 3106, house across from old Gamble Brothers on old Hwy 

90. For more information, call 348-3113

ATTENTION ALL

  VETERANS

    Any Veteran who has earned service medals while serving in the U.S. 

Military and has not received those medals, please contact Bill 

Rutherford. Please note, you will need a copy of your DD-214 to 

request your medals. Contact Bill at 20 Robin Lane, Monticello, Ky. 

42633 or call 606-340-3142

BETHESDA

  CEMETERY

DONATIONS NEEDED

    Donations are needed for the upkeep of the Bethesda Cemetery. 

Donations may be sent in care of Aletha Bertram, 1265 Hwy. 858, 

Monticello, Ky. 42633 or call (606) 307-4577 for more information.



DONATIONS NEEDED FOR CATRON

CEMETERY

    Donations are needed for the mowing  of the Catron Cemetery. Must 

pay someone to mow. Donations may be sent to: Logan Catron, 9998 Hwy. 

200 Monticello, Ky. 42633.

WAYNE COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER

    The Wayne County Senior Citizens Center invites everyone 60 years 

and older to come and join them from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m Monday-Friday. 

There is a variety of activities to choose from including: checkers, 

puzzles, bingo, pool table, grocery shopping, or just come to 

socialize. Every third Friday of the month is potluck or an outing if 

weather permits. Offered everyday is: T.V., exercise (on treadmill or 

bike), well-balanced meals served at 11 a.m., transportation to and 

from center (outside city limits on certain days of the week), day/

afternoon trips, card games, blood pressure checks monthly; health 

clinic, annually; health and nutrition speakers and other informative 

speakers. If you have any questions call 348-5811.

LOOKING FOR A JOB? HAVE A

  COMPUTER?

    Kentucky Teleworks, an “Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment 

Program” is a resource for those looking for employment, full time, 

part time, or seasonal. KY Teleworks is for people who would like to 

work from home only.  High Speed Internet is required.  All employers 

listed on the website have been approved.  This is not a scam. On any 

given day, KY Teleworks has 500 to 2500 jobs listed on their website. 

No money is asked except possibly for the cost of a background check 

or headphones. You don’t have to live in Kentucky to use this 

resource. Tell your family and friends about this opportunity. 

Contact kentuckyteleworks.com or facebook.com/kentuckyteleworks for 

more information.



DONATIONS NEEDED FOR THE OLD

MONTICELLO CEMETERY

    Donations are needed for the upkeep of the Old Monticello Cemetery. 

Donations are tax deductible. Send donations to: P.O. Box 401, 

Monticello, Ky. 42633.

AWANA PROGRAM AT STEUBENVILLE

BAPTIST CHURCH

    Steubenville Baptist Church will be having their AWANA program each 

Wednesday night at the church. The AWANA program exists for helping 

churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know, love 

and serve Christ.  For more info., call the church at 348-5011.

BELL ELEMENTARY SBDM COUNCIL MEETING

    The Bell Elementary SBDM Council conducts regular monthly meetings 

on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 4 p.m. in the school 

library. All members of the school community and general public are 

invited to attend.

ANTI-DRUG

MEETING

    Defensive Action Against Drugs (DAAD) meets the fourth Thursday of 

each month at 6:30 p.m. at the ASPIRE Center. Anyone may attend the 

meeting and help with and learn about substance abuse.

CELEBRATE

RECOVERY

    Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered support group for anyone 

having hangups, habits, or needing help in any area of their lives. 

Celebrate Recovery is free and meets each Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. 

at the ASPIRE Center. Come and visit and see what it is all about.

CABELL GROVE METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY DONATIONS

    Cabell Grove Methodist Church would appreciate any donations for the 

upkeep of the cemetery. Donations can be mailed to Janet Bell, 497 

Kendrick Ave., Monticello, Ky. 42633.

FUNDS NEEDED FOR CHOATE CEMETERY

    Anyone who would like to donate for the upkeep of the Choate 

Cemetery, please send donations to Jeff Sutton at 4941 Hwy. 1546, 

Monticello, Ky. 42633.

FOLLOW WAYNE CO. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION ON FACEBOOK

    Please LIKE the Wayne County Cooperative Extension Family and 

Consumer Sciences Facebook page. Get great research and evidenced 

based information, reminders and announcements of Cooperative 

Extension programs.

THE ARC OF LAKE CUMBERLAND

MEETING

    The ARC of Kentucky works to ensure a quality of life for children 

and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The 

monthly meeting is the fourth Thursday at Golden Corral in Somerset, 

Ky. at 12 noon. The ARC of Lake Cumberland is an agency of the South 

Central KY United Way Chapter of the ARC of KY and the ARC of the 

U.S. For more information, contact Marsha Van Hook at (606) 706-3402.

TOPS “TAKE POUNDS OFF SENSIBLY”

    TOPS weight loss support group meets every Monday night from 

4:30-5:30 p.m. at Immanuel Baptist Church on N. Main Street. 

Individuals may visit for one meeting before choosing to join the 

Monticello Chapter #346.

REVIVAL IN WAYNE COUNTY PRAYER MEETINGS

    Revival in Wayne County prayer meetings for Wayne County ministers 

and concerned Christians are taking place at multiple churches. For 

more information, contact pastors: Philip Drake-(606) 307-7797, Bob 

Duranceau-(606) 348-6294, Bob Schaeffer-(606) 348-5581 or Bishop C. 

Duncan-(606) 307-7195.  Kelvin Upchurch (348-7014) at Living Faith 

Pentecostal every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

FOSTER PARENT

ORIENTATION CLASSES

Benchmark Family Services-Foster Care Agency is offering free 

orientation classes every Tuesday from 5-6 p.m. to anyone interested 

in becoming a foster parent or wishing to obtain information about 

fostering. The office is located at 200 S. Vine Street, Somerset. 

Call (606) 451-9534 to register for the class or to receive a free 

information packet with no obligation.

WAYNE CO. HUMANE SOCIETY MEETING

    The Wayne County Humane Society meets on the third Tuesday of each 

month at 6 p.m. in the basement of the Wayne Co. Public Library. 

Everyone is welcome to attend.

WAYNE COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION

    Wayne County Adult Education is open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, 

Wednesday and Friday and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. All 

our services are free. Call 348-5286 for more information.



WAYNE COUNTY HORSEMAN’S

ASSOCIATION MEETS FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    The Wayne County Horseman’s Association would like to invite you to 

join them on the first Friday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the 

Rescue Squad building located on Boone Street, Monticello, Ky. Our 

focus is a shared interest in the horse. Membership, however, does 

not require horse ownership.

    There is diversity in our annual activities which include horse 

shows, monthly trail rides, picnics, Coggins testing, Christmas party 

and participation in community events. As a result of our fundraising 

efforts, we provide continuing education scholarships. For more 

information, call Connie at 348-8258 or Lynetta at 348-0455.

MT. PISGAH

CEMETERY FUND

    If you have any family or friends buried in the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery 

and would like to make a donation, donations may be dropped off or 

mailed to Mt. Pisgah Cemetery Fund, c/o Monticello Bank, P.O. Box 

421, Monticello, Ky. 42633. For questions or more information, call 

348-7786.

DONATIONS ARE NEEDED FOR

TAYLOR’S GROVE CEMETERY

    Donations are needed for the upkeep of the Taylor’s Grove Cemetery. 

If you are interested in making a donation, you can give it to any 

member of the Cemetery Committee: Danny Morgan, Dennis Piercy or 

Waylan Piercy, or you may mail the donation to 436 Davis Rd., Albany, 

Ky. 42602.

WAYNE COUNTY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETINGS

    The Wayne County Family Resource Center Advisory Council conducts 

meetings on the second Wednesday of every other month at 12 noon in 

the Family Resource Center office at Bell Elementary.

W.C REPUBLICAN WOMEN MEETINGS

    The WRW (Wayne Republican Women) meets the second Tuesday of each 

month at 5 p.m. at the ASPIRE Center. Everyone interested in 

attending is welcome. For more information, call 348-9250.



DONATIONS TO PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY

    If you have loved ones buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery and you 

would like to help with the mowing this summer, then contact any 

member of the cemetery committee—Glen Bertram or Hobert Brown. All 

donations will be appreciated.

 

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