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To place an eventuality in a “What’s Goin’ On” section, email: bmoore@civitasmedia.com; fax: 606-573-0042; or dump a written/typed duplicate of a proclamation by a bureau during 1548 Hwy. 421 South (beside Hardee’s). Announcements will not be supposed by phone and should be submitted no after than 4 days before a event. If perceived in time, it will be published one or dual days before a event. Announcements are also accessible to perspective during www.harlandaily.com. For some-more details, call 606-909-4145.

The 51st Kingdom Come SWAPPIN’ MEETIN’ will lapse to a banks of Cloverlick Creek in Cumberland Oct. 2-3. Michael Corriston, longtime director, announced that applications are being supposed for those wishing to sell crafts and food items. Forms are accessible during www.southeast.kctcs.edu or hit Corriston on a Cumberland campus during 606-589-3137.

FRIDAY

The Evarts Elementary SBDM COUNCIL will have a special-called assembly during 3 p.m. on Aug. 14.

SUNDAY

Pansy Baptist Church will be CELEBRATING 85 YEARS of use during 11 a.m. on Aug. 16. There will be special singing and dinner. All are acquire to attend.

TODAY-SUNDAY

It’s Good To Be Young In The Mountains (IG2BYITM), is a four-day discussion emphasizing a certain aspects of life in executive Appalachia, will be hold Aug. 13-16 during a Harlan Center. Appalachian immature people entice all to a event. For some-more information, revisit IG2BYITM.com.

The Intertribal Bear Society POW-WOW will be hold Aug. 14-16 during a Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. Meet with a elders and others during this family-friendly eventuality — stay out and learn their ways.

AUG. 17

The Harlan County ARTS COUNCIL will accommodate during 6 p.m. on Aug. 17 during a Harlan County Cooperative Extension Service Office, located during 519 South Main Street, in a discussion room. Melissa Ringstaff, internal author and blogger, will be a featured artist. Ringstaff will share her practice as good as useful tips and information to implement amicable media to foster your work. For some-more information, call 606-573-4223.

AUG. 17-20

The Harlan County BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE for a week of Aug. 17 includes:

Monday — Sunshine School, Kidz Kampus Day Care, Rita’s Day Care, Verda Head Start and Grays Knob Head Start.

Tuesday — Harlan Health Rehabilitation Center, Barney’s Grocery, Mary Alice, Teetersville and The Laurels.

Wednesday—Good Neighbor Road, Terry’s Fork, Wallins and Loyall.

Thursday — Tri-Cities Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Putney.

Frida — No run.

AUG. 18

There will be a giveaway BOOK GIVEAWAY for adults from 5-7 p.m. on Aug. 18 during a Harlan County Extension Depot, located during 110 River Street. Books for ages 17 to adult will be accessible (no children’s books). Tote bags for your books will be given out. Everything is giveaway — collect adult books to suffer and join in for coffee and dessert. For some-more information, hit a prolongation bureau during 606-573-4464.

The Southeast Choir, underneath a instruction of Professor Ann Schertz, is WELCOMING MUSIC LOVERS — students, expertise and staff as good as village members to come join a garb for a 2015-16 propagandize term. The choir is a hybrid student/community classification and she welcomes everybody who enjoys singing with a group. Rehearsals swap between Cumberland and Harlan locations. Those meddlesome are not compulsory to register for choir as a category in sequence to participate, though for those wishing to take a category for credit one can acquire one credit hour by enrolling now for University Choir/Mus 192-C601/58645. The category is hold any Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. The initial operation will be Aug. 18 in a song room, located in a Godbey Appalachian Center on a SKCTC Cumberland campus. For some-more information, call 606-589-3153 or strech Schertz during ann.schertz@kctcs.edu.

AUG. 19, 22

The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council and Cumberland Valley Domestic Violence Service will unite a eighth annual Celebration of Appalachian WOMEN’S CONFERENCE will be hold from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 22 during a Harlan Center. Lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is compulsory and a deadline is noon on Aug. 19. To download a registration form, revisit www.hcdcv.org or collect one adult during Ally Kat’s Hair Shack, located during 66 Eula Gray Street. Return a form and a $5 price to: HCDVC, P.O. Box 1672, Harlan, KY 40831. For some-more information, call 606-392-1192 or 606-573-4236.

AUG. 19

A Beth Moore BIBLE STUDY for women, “Children of a Day” from 1 2 Thessalonians, will be hold during 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays commencement Aug. 19 during Harlan Christian Church (across from a Justice Center). All are acquire to attend.

AUG. 20

Applications are being supposed by Aug. 20 for a Frank Brittain Academic and Athletic HALL OF FAME. Nomination criteria is enclosed in a application. Applications are accessible during a Harlan County School District’s Central Administrative Office and on a district website. The 2015 focus might also be picked adult in a superintendence bureau during Harlan County High School. For some-more information, hit Cecilia Adams, Harlan County village educator, during 606-573-4330, ext. 2061 or Cecilia.adams@harlan.kyschools.us.

AUG. 22

Black Bear BIKE NIGHT along with a Cumberland Cruise-In (cars and trucks, aged or new) will be hold Aug. 22 on Main Street in Cumberland. There will be trophies, games and music. Everyone welcome. For some-more information, call 606-589-5812 or check out Facebook.

SATURDAYS

Concerts will be presented during a Levitt AMP Middlesboro Pop-up Park, located during 20th and Cumberland Avenue, by Oct. 3. Concerts start during 7 p.m. Artists from several genres, from stone to “trashgrass,” will be behaving in downtown Middlesboro. They accost from as distant divided as Austin, Texas and Philadelphia, to as tighten as Knoxville, Louisville and Nashville. The report includes: Aug. 15, MACH22; Aug. 29, Lauren Shera; Sept. 5, Whiskey Shivers; Sept. 12, Appalatin; Sept. 19, Annandale; Sept. 26, Erica Blinn; and Oct. 3, J.D. Crowe and The New South “Flashback” Band.

AUG. 24, 31;

SEPT. 14, 21, 28

OCT. 5

If we accept SNAP BENEFITS, a new module is entrance up. A array of giveaway “Smooth It Move It” classes will be hold during a Harlan County Cooperative Extension Service Office, located during 519 South Main Street. Anyone receiving SNAP advantages might attend. Make and try your possess smoothie any week and accept incentives. Attend any module to enter your name in a sketch that includes a blender. During any module we will also learn about budgeting and nutrition. Classes will be hold from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Aug. 24 and 31, Sept. 14, 21 and 28 and Oct. 5. To register or for some-more information, call 606-573-4464.

AUG. 29

The Harlan County Unite Coalition will unite Hooked On Fishing — Not On Drugs (HOFNOD) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 29 during Martins Fork Lake in Smith. There will be food and fun for everyone. Bring a child and assistance make a disproportion in a village one child during a time. All rigging is provided. For some-more information, revisit www.futurefisherman.org or hit Thomas or Joyce Heck during 606-574-9213.

The annual COMMUNITY FAIR DAY during Pine Mountain Settlement will be hold from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 29. Registration for exhibits of garden, produce, canned goods, flowers and handmade qualification equipment will be from 9-11 a.m. in a Laurel House. Representatives from a Harlan County Extension Service will register and decider a exhibits. Winners will be announced during noon. There will be food, games for all ages, live music, dunking booth, cake walks, inflatables, horseshoe contest and a book sale on a library porch. There will also be information and qualification booths, and Nolen’s Lodge of Bledsoe will horde a pig fry dinner. For some-more information, hit Judy Lewis, village coordinator, during 606-558-3571.

A Hill Climb Competition, BUGGIES VS. BOUNCERS, will be presented by Ross Racing Promotions Aug. 29 during a Harlan County Campground in Putney. To pre-register, call 606-733-3773. For some-more information, revisit www.harlancountycampground.com.

AUG. 30-SEPT. 6

Tipprell Community Full Gospel Church, located in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, will have HOMECOMING REVIVAL Aug. 30-Sept. 6 with Anthony Noe ministering. Services start during 6 p.m. on Aug. 30; during 7 p.m. Aug. 31-Sept. 5; and during 11 a.m. on Sept. 6. There will also be special singing on Sept. 6 by The Mountain Grace. Dinner will be served after a service. Pastor Johnny Parks welcomes everyone.

SEPT. 1

James A. Cawood Elementary School’s unchanging SITE BASE COUNCIL meetings are scheduled for 3 p.m. on a following dates: Sept. 1, Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Dec. 1, Jan. 5, Feb. 2, Mar 1, Apr 5 and May 3.

SEPT. 5

The third annual Custom Paint Auto Repair Support of Coal Miners BASS TOURNAMENT, hosted by BBB Batteries, will be hold from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Sept. 5 during Norris Lake. The entrance price is $85 per vessel — initial place is $1,000 guaranteed. Launch from Brogans Holler. This is an open tournament. Second, third and fourth places will be formed on entries.

SEPT. 6

Liggett Baptist Church’s annual HOMECOMING SERVICE will start during 10 a.m. on Sept. 6. Former pastor, Rev. Dennis Williams, will be a guest speaker. There will be special singing, brotherhood and a plate served during noon. Pastor Sean Daniels invites everybody to attend.

The Isaiah Creech FAMILY REUNION will hold during Kingdom Come State Park in a reduce preserve residence on Sept. 6. All family and friends are acquire to attend and might move a lonesome dish. Food will be served during 1 p.m. For some-more information, call Joyce Creech Shepherd during 606-589-6927.

SEPT. 8

The Wallins Elementary School SBDM COUNCIL assembly report for a 2015-16 propagandize year has been announced. Meetings will be hold during 3:15 p.m. on a second Tuesday of any month in a propagandize library on a following dates: Sept. 8, Oct. 13, Nov. 10, Dec. 8, Jan. 12, Feb. 9, Mar 8, Apr 12, May 10, Jun 14 and Jul 12.

SEPT. 19

The eighth annual FESTIVAL of ARTS AUTHORS will be hold from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 19 during a Harlan County Extension Deport in downtown Harlan. Authors, artists and musicians are invited to attend. Artists will be offered art, books, CD’s, etc. There will also be food, entertainment, workshops and most more. To attend or for some-more information, call 606-621-0138, email webailey@ymail.com or check out a Facebook page.

SEPT. 22-26

The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is acid for anyone who served in a ARMY’S 2ND INFANTRY DIVISION during any time. For information about a organisation and a 94th annual reunion in San Antonio, Texas Sept. 22-26, hit secretary-treasurer, Bob Haynes, during 2idahq@comcast.net or 224-225-1202.

OCT. 2, 9

The 2015 Kentucky State Police Post 10 2015 GOLF SCRAMBLE to advantage Shop with a Trooper will start during 9 a.m. on Oct. 9 during Wasioto Winds Golf Course in Pineville. The entrance price is $60 per actor — includes golf, transport and dinner. Teams need to register by Oct. 2. Awards will be given to first, second, seventh and 18th places as good as closest to a pin and longest drive. For some-more information, hit Trooper Shane Jacobs during 606-573-3131 or Shane.Jacobs@ky.gov.

MONDAYS

A troops SUPPORT GROUP for all active, distant or any former troops organisation or women meets during 6:30 p.m. any initial and third Monday of a month during a Middlesboro National Guard Armory, located on 30th Street. If we are confronting financial, relationship, criminal, adjustment, piece abuse or other problems, this is for you.

TUESDAYS,

FRIDAYS

The Harlan County Humane Society will have BINGO SESSIONS during 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays during a aged Totz Bingo Hall. Proceeds benefiting a benevolent society.

TUESDAY,

SATURDAYS

A FARMERS’ MARKET with locally grown and done produce/products will continue by Oct. 31 on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Tuesdays from 4-7 p.m. during a Black Mountain Exchange, located during 16 East Main Street in Lynch (formerly a Miners Market). New vendors are needed/welcome — no cost to set-up. Vendor applications accessible are accessible during Lamp House Coffee Shop during 1 Main Street in Lynch. The marketplace is a village use supposing as an overdo of Meridzo Center Ministries. For some-more information, call 606-894-0007.

TUESDAYS,

THURSDAYS

Stand in a Gap Coalition is sponsoring giveaway saliva-based drug exam kits designed to be supposing to relatives and guardians to keep and use for their children as they feel necessary. Give Me A Reason, gives people a reason to contend no to drugs when tempted by counterpart vigour or whatever a business be. Complete information and instructions are enclosed in any kit. Kits can be performed during a Stand in a Gap office, located during 502 Pennlyn Avenue in Cumberland Gap, TN on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; and in during slightest 44 opposite placement points in a Tri-State area. For some-more information and locations of a DP’s, call 423-300-1302 or 423-494-1849.

TUESDAYS

Benchmark Family Services, portion Bell, Harlan, Clay, Knox, Laurel and Whitley counties, invites we to turn a FOSTER PARENT. Free course classes are hold from 5-6 p.m. on any Tuesday. For some-more information, call 606-526-6992 or fee giveaway during 866-526-6992.

WEDNESDAYS

The JOB CLUBS of Eastern Kentucky meets weekly with a tiny organisation of pursuit seekers and workforce professionals to benefit a rival corner in today’s tough pursuit market. Job clubs are giveaway and assistance we emanate a diversion devise for your pursuit hunt couple with peculiarity employers, urge your interviewing skills, learn self-marketing skills, evaluate, negotiate and land pursuit offers, bond with other pursuit seekers and palliate your highlight during your pursuit search. The Harlan County Job Club will accommodate during 1 p.m. on Wednesdays during a Depot in Harlan. New members are welcome. New member course starts during 12:30 p.m.

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VOLUNTEERS and accessible visitors are indispensable for a Kentucky Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program to heighten a lives of seniors in their long-term caring facilities. If we now revisit with someone or would like to turn some-more concerned and prepared on resident’s rights, elder abuse and long-term caring for seniors, hit Arlene Gibson, district ombudsman with Cumberland Valley ADD, during 606-864-7391 ext. 119.

The Cawood Ledford Boys Girls Club is RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS. What improved approach to give behind to your village than by investing in a youth? The bar is open to girl ages 6-18 for a after-school module from 2:30-6 p.m., Monday by Friday. For some-more information, call 606-573-0960.

Narconon is reminding families that a use of addicting drugs is on a rise. Take stairs to PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM DRUG USE. If we know anyone who is struggling get them a assistance they need. For a giveaway leaflet on a signs of obsession for all drugs, call 800-431-1754 or revisit DrugAbuseSolution.com. Narconon also offers giveaway screenings and referrals.

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