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BRIEFLY St. Elizabeth supports Catholic education Edgewood - St. Elizabeth Healthcare received the Faith, Hope and Inspiration Award from the Alliance for Catholic Urban Education (ACUE) for its longtime support of economically disadvantaged students in Northern Kentucky. Since 2012, St. Elizabeth has donated more than $66,000 and recently pledged $250,000 total over the next five years to provide tuition assistance for students in kindergarten through grade eight in six urban Catholic elementary

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schools in Campbell and Kenton counties. More than 50 percent of ACUE students live in poverty, and most families can’t afford the cost of their children’s education. The parishes and schools in these neighborhoods provide a quality, values-based education to children regardless of their faith, ethnicity, ability or economic status. In fact, 45 percent of ACUE students are not Catholic. ACUE schools include Holy Cross Elementary, Latonia; Holy Family Elementary, Covington; Holy Trinity Elementary and Junior High, Bellevue and Newport; Prince of Peace Elementary, Covington; St. Anthony Elementary, Taylor Mill; and St. Augustine Elementary, Covington.

Covington Ladies Home to host gala COVINGTON - The Covington Ladies Home will host a gala 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Nov.18 in The Grand Ballroom in downtown Covington, 6 East Fifth Street. There will be cocktails, dinner, live and silent auctions, live music, dancing, and more. A brief Ladies Home pro-

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Bible gram will bring guests up to date on the Building Our Future capital campaign, including an opportunity to participate with the recent challenge grant awarded by The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. and U.S. Bank Foundation. The event is limited to 200 guests; tickets are $125 per person, and seating is by reservation only. Call 513-448-7212 or 859-431-6913 for more information. All proceeds help provide personal care for residents of Covington Ladies Home.

Metropolitan Club awards Kay Geiger COVINGTON - Kay Geiger has been given the 2017 Metropolitan Award for her significant contributions to unify the region through her leadership and commitment to economic and community development. Geiger serves as PNC Bank’s president for Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky and across the region serves on several boards and executive committees. The Metropolitan Club recognizes a Metropolitan Award honoree annually for their contributions which are in unison with the club’s mission and purpose: to be “the center for business and community leaders” and facilitate the unification of our region through business, social and philanthropic endeavors.

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these courses, required teacher qualifications and professional development training.” According to Duke, the ACLU reached out to the Kentucky Department of Education earlier this year to seek copies of such materials for review, but they were not ready. “We will continue to closely follow and monitor the implementation of the courses,” she said. Duke said that the ACLU of Kentucky conducts Establishment Clause violation investigations across the commonwealth on a fairly regular basis. The Establishment Clause of the First Amendment is: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” “The issues in recent years have ranged from religious displays in public schools around Easter, teacher and coach-led prayer during sporting events, and in one instance a school science or history field trip to the Creation Museum,” she said. “Our most recent major investigation involving religion in public schools was a few years back when we looked into the distribution of Gideons Bibles during class.” The civil liberties organization’s primary concern is making sure no Kentuckians’ rights are infringed upon, Duke said. “In the case of the Bible, or other religious


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• 10/17 DAR Research Assistance...................................................... 9am • 10/19 Don’t Fear the Reaper: Death Records Research in NKY*.............6 pm • 10/21 Evening with the Ancestors* .................................... 6 pm – 11 pm • 10/31 Cemetery Iconography Picnic Lunch @ Linden Grove*..11 am – 1 pm *registration required

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materials, it may be taught in public school, but only for its historical, cultural or literary value and never in a devotional, celebratory or doctrinal manner, or in such a way that encourages acceptance of the Bible as a religious document,” she said. Johnson, the Kentucky bill’s sponsor, said he doesn’t see the courses infringing upon anyone’s religious freedom. “The courses will provide a historical perspective on the influence the Bible has had in our history,” he said. “They will not encourage devotion to any particular religious beliefs, nor will it detract from any particular religious beliefs.” According to an article published on, lawmakers across the country have made a push to encourage the creation of Bible literacy courses in recent years. Since 2000, more than a third of states have tried to pass some sort of legislation supporting Bible courses, and six states have been successful. Kentucky lawmakers have tried to push similar bills in the past, including last year, when the bill breezed through the Republican-controlled Senate but died in the Democratic-controlled House. This year, with both chambers controlled by the Republicans, House Bill 128 was approved by the House in a vote of 8014 and passed the Senate with a 34-4 vote.

other,” she said. “I want to be able to inspire young girls to be strong, confident and know they can do whatever they put their mind to. This job allows me to do that.” Marzheuser’s sentiment is shared by many policewomen. “NKY Women in Blue is a great group of women who are all strong, kind, fun and supportive of each other in every way,” she said. “This organization is very important because it provides an avenue for the Northen Kentucky female officers to work together, support each other, and develop new friendships. “Law enforcement is still a male-dominated field, so it’s important we have an outlet to discuss topics within the field that are unique only to female officers.” According to Stulz, it is essential for women in the same career take time to work together and support each other. “No one else really understands what you go through better than our female co-workers, no matter the profession,” Stulz said. “We went into this job knowing it is a male-dominated profession, and we’re accepting of that fact. “Our experiences are very different than our male counterparts, so being able to connect with other female’s gives us an opportunity to vent to someone who knows exactly what we’re going through, and to bounce ideas off others who have been in our shoes.”

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