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‘Grill Out Cancer’
Come to Union City this Saturday for “Grill Out Cancer.” This will be a dinner and auction. Donation on entry will give you choice of chicken or ribeye steak. Event will begin at 6:30 pm. and food will be served until 7:30 pm. The pie auction will begin at 7:30 pm. For more information contact Marty Sewell at 859-582-4639 or Robert Murphy at 623-9461.
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you mothers out there
How is everyone’s week going? I hope that everyone is having a great one. Well, I hope you like rain, because it seems like we are getting plenty of it lately. I am ready for a little sunshine myself, how about you? But I must say the grass is certainly growing fast and all the flowers and trees are bursting with blooms, I guess because they are getting enough rain.
Taking good care of hanging baskets
Trying to think of a nice mother’s day gift? You might try giving a hanging basket. They add a touch of warmth and beauty to any environment in which they are displayed. But they do need to be maintained to keep looking beautiful throughout the summer.
Can we really trick our taste buds?
A lot of times, when my family wonders what on earth I have fixed for a meal, I tell them it’s mystery meat. You can't fool mother nature, but you can sometimes fool folks with things that taste like something they are use to eating. I will share with you some of these tricks I have learned over my career.
From bison path to I-75, ‛the way’ goes through Madison County
The late Thomas D. Clark is the best and most well-known Kentucky historian. He wrote about the path through Madison County, from ancient to modern times, in his introduction to the book “Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect” by Ellis, Everman and Sears.
Spring is definitely here
I was just thinking the other day about the fact that in spite of the variations in temperature, there are a number of signs that spring is definitely here.
The first is my yard. My grass is growing extremely fast and must be mowed often. It has actually been a long time since I’ve owned a lawn mower. I have had a number of young people who have mowed for me.
Lifeline Homecare serves senior citizens in Madison County
Lifeline Homecare is now providing assistance to senior citizens in Madison County who need help in order to remain in their own homes as they age, according to a news release from the Bluegrass Area Development District.
Community Calendar for week of May 5
Sunday, May 5
• Legendary rock band ZZ TOP, 7 p.m., EKU Center for the Arts. For tickets, call 622-7469 or visit www.ekucenter.com.
Monday, May 6
• No newspaper today. The Richmond Register will no longer be publishing a Monday edition.
• Mother's Day Craft & Paws to Read, 3:30 p.m., Madison County Public Library, 507 W. Main St., Richmond. Make Mom a keepsake keychain, then have fun reading to our trained reading dogs, Morgan, Lily, Sneetches and Scrum.
Redevelop the energy and motivation of your youth
Think back to the days of your childhood. If you grew up in Kentucky, you grew up with the expectation that the sport of basketball dominates our state.
After nearly seven weeks, two hospitals and countless hours of therapies following our 21-year-old son, Mitchell’s, car crash, he finally came home Thursday.
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