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Preparing for the Future... Business Updates........................................................................................................4 Chatting with Christy..............................................................................................5 From the Publisher....................................................................................................6 CoverStory.................. .................................................................................................14 Journal Entries.........................................................................................................27

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unteers to help guide visitors through Titanic’s voyage during Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. The exhibition opens October 5 and runs through January 26. Volunteer opportunities will be available seven days a week and will be scheduled in four-hour shifts. Specialized training and

The Hamburg Journal is happy to provide the following business-related news from our area:

materials will be provided. A two-part training series is required. The first session is Lexington Center Museum & Gallery orientation. There

Baptist Health hospitals make state’s top five in national rankings Two of Baptist Health’s seven hospitals were named to the top five of Kentucky hospitals ranked by U.S. News & World Report. This is the second year for the publication to issue rankings for each state and metro area of at least

are two available dates from which to choose; August 14 Directors are: Yajaira Aich, PNC; Ryan Atkins, Kentucky Utilities; Jaclyn Badeau, Tempur Pedic; Harriet Dupree Bradley, Dupree Catering & Events; Joseph Coleman, Kentucky League of Cities; Billie Dollins, Community Trust Bank; Danielle Dove, Greer Co’s.; Brian Duba, Frost Brown Todd; Bilal El-Amin, Bluegrass Community Foundation; Brendon Halvorsen, Chase Bank; Emmie Hartley, Cornett Integrated Marketing Solutions; Jerry Johnson,

one million in population.

Bank of the Bluegrass & Trust Co.; Britt Jordan, Paul Mill-

Baptist Health Louisville was named #1 in the metro Lou-

Hurst Lanham, Hurst Office Suppliers Inc.; Jacoby Ma-

isville area and #2 in Kentucky – tied with the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital. Baptist Health Lexington made the rankings for the first time this year,

er Auto Group; Jessica Kunin, Hot Sauce Records; Hope lone, Lexmark; Valerie Marshall, PNC; Grahmn Morgan, Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP; Laura Newman Suter, AFLAC; Shaun Ring, Ring Enterprises; Coley Stilz, Kinkead &

at 10 am and August 15 at 6 pm. Volunteers must attend one or the other available sessions. The second session, which is exhibition specific, is scheduled for October 2 and 3 at 2 pm. Again, volunteers must attend one of the two October training sessions. Those interested in volunteering should email their name, phone number and August training date to kgreathouse@lexingtoncenter.com. The museum will be open Sunday through Thursday from 11 am to 8 pm. On Friday and Saturday, the hours are 10 am to 10 pm. The Lexington Center Museum and Gallery is located on the second floor of Lexington Center. Drawing over 25 million visitors worldwide, participants will come face-to-face with artifacts such as delicate vials

coming in at the #4 spot for Kentucky.

Stilz, PLLC; Heather Sunseri, Blue & Co.; Randall Vaughn,

“Baptist Health’s strong legacy of excellent patient care

Sotheby’s; Robert Williams, Jr., Unified Trust

and over 125 additional objects recovered from the debris

2013 marks the 45th anniversary of The Living Arts &

lexmuseum.com or call 859-233-4567 Ext. 3332

is mirrored in these latest accomplishments,” said Steve Hanson, Baptist Health chief executive officer. “The welldeserved recognition is a result of physicians and staff working closely together to provide the Baptist brand of treat-you-like-family care in all the communities that we

Gray Construction; Meredith Sheffler Walker, Bluegrass

Science Center, a not-for-profit organization that annually provides over 40,000 children and adults with creative and unique opportunities for exploration and education

serve.”

in the arts and sciences. Art galleries, a discovery gallery,

Hospitals ranked by U.S. News were evaluated in 16 areas

trip and in-school and after-school programs, are provid-

of care – from cardiology to urology – then compared to the best hospitals in the country. Both Baptist Health hospitals compared very favorably to the nation’s best.

2013-2014 board of directors and officers announced for Living Arts & Science Center The Living Arts & Science Center has announced its board of directors and officers for the 2014 fiscal year, July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. Officers include: President Hannah Huggins, W.Rogers Co.; President-Elect: Maggie Mick, The Council of State Governments; Treasurer: Roni Karbach, Fifth Third Bank; Secretary, Paige Bensing, Lexmark.

arts and science classes, workshops, and educational field ed year-round for children and adults of all ages. In addition, the Living Arts and Science Center partners with community agencies and organizations to provide free hands-on educational programs for at-risk, underserved and special needs children and adults. The LASC is currently engaged in a $5 million dollar capital campaign, Imagine This, that will support the renovation of their historic Kinkead House as well as expansion into an additional building on their grounds. Groundbreaking for the project will be in February, 2014.

Volunteers needed for upcoming event, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

of perfume, china bearing the logo of the White Star Line, field of the wreck site. For more information, visit www.

Sullivan University Lexington Campus Career Fair free to employers Does your company want to hire the best and brightest individuals in our area? If so, your business needs to be represented at Sullivan University’s Career Fair. Sullivan students and alumni are invited to attend, and they want to know more about your company. Our students choose Sullivan’s Lexington campus because they have a career-first mindset and are eager to put their knowledge and skills to use in a job they love. Don’t miss this opportunity to match hardworking people with open positions in your business! Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Register today to reserve your table. The event is August 14 from 9am-12:30pm in the Oak Room (Room 237/239) and Rooms 238/240 & 242/244

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Forcht Bank names Brooking to treasurey management position Forcht Bank has named Jeremy Brooking to Treasury Management. He has nearly 10 years of banking experience, formerly with PNC of Lexington. “Jeremy’s experience in Treasury Management will help us to increase our level of service to our existing small business and commercial clients, as well as reach out to other prospective businesses in the Lexington community,” said Michael Noftsger, Regional Market President. Forcht Bank (www.forchtbank.com), operates 29 banking centers in Fayette, Jefferson, Boone, Grant, Madison, Taylor, Pulaski, Laurel, Whitley, Knox, McCreary and Green County. Forcht Bank has approximately $1 billion in assets, placing it among the largest banks based in Kentucky according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

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Lexington Tigers youth football has new Hamburg program

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unteer, non-profit organizations committed

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to providing a quality youth football league to

teamwork.

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students in grades one through six who reside throughout Kentucky.

The LTYFL will teach basic skills at a beginning level for U6 (6 years of age and under)

The CKYFL is committed to helping its young

and U8 as well as more advanced skills for U10

participants grow physically, mentally, socially

and U12 athletes to better prepare them for

and morally. The league believes in develop-

middle and high school competition.

ing a balance of these four aspects of growth is essential to a well-ordered life. It seeks to instill

All Tiger coaches are required to become USA

he challenge of competition, the joy of victory

football tackle certified and certified in the age

(and the reality of defeat), the importance of

group they will be coaching (U6, U8, U10, or

commitment, and the spirit of community that

U12).

will help them become creative, pro-active and responsible individuals within our community

The program is partnering with the Amachi

and society.

Central KY, part of the Lexington Leadership Foundation and the Department of Health and

A new program within the CKYFL has been

Human Services which provides mentors for

organized for the Hamburg area. This program

at-risk children. The program will include an

will meet two to three afternoons each week

after-school study hall at the Vineyard Com-

for volunteer study hall followed by practice at

munity Church for interested families. Study

the Vineyard Community Church on Eastland

hall will provide mentorship and tutoring by

Parkway and Dixie Park. The Lexington Ti-

University of Kentucky students and will pro-

gers Youth Football Program goals include: to

vide healthy snacks prior to football practice

develop, mentor, and coach participants aged

three afternoons each week.

5-13 into responsible student-athletes that succeed in the classroom, on the field and in

The season runs August 1 to Thanksgiving.

life; to provide a low-cost strong mentorship/ study-hall program; to build relationships by

More information can be found at www.kyti-

letting each child know that they matter; to

gersfootball.com and on Facebook (look for

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Saint Joseph Primary Care associates to offer extended hours Two Saint Joseph primary care associates

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offices in Lexington, part of KentuckyOne

only after hours option for care is an emer-

Health, began offering extended hours July

gency room visit, but the situation may not

15 to make accessing care easier and more

require emergency care,” said Shelley Neal

convenient.

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receive care for a variety of concerns—from

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sore throats to broken bones—in a more

remain open from 5-8 p.m. Mondays and

convenient primary care setting.”

Wednesdays. The office at 1099 Duval Street (Tates Creek and Man O’ War) will offer

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Kentucky Crafted program seeks new applicants The Kentucky Arts Council is accepting applications

• Participate in the Buyers Market of American Craft, a

through Aug. 15 from craft and visual artists interested in

national craft trade show.

participating in the Kentucky Crafted Program, the only

• Take advantage of cooperative advertising opportuni-

state-supported marketing program for professional art-

ties.

ists. “Applications for the program require quite a bit of prepThe Kentucky Crafted Program is an adjudicated market-

aration, so artists who intend to apply should consider

ing assistance program for painters, photographers, print-

starting the process now,” said Ed Lawrence, arts market-

makers and craftspeople.

ing director for the arts council. “The program is highly competitive. Artists should pay close attention to the

“Many artists have found it beneficial for their work to

guidelines and follow the application directions closely

be associated with the Kentucky Crafted brand,” said Lori

to put their best foot forward.”

Meadows, arts council executive director. “The Kentucky Crafted Program gives artists the skills to develop their

The deadline to submit an application to be consid-

arts businesses into full-time professions.”

ered for the program is Aug. 15. For more information, visit usa.gov/KAC_crafted or contact Ed Lawrence at

Artists accepted into the Kentucky Crafted Program are

ed.lawrence@ky.gov or 502-564-3757, ext 473.

eligible to: The Kentucky Arts Council <http://artscouncil.ky.gov>, • Use the Kentucky Crafted logo.

the state arts agency, creates opportunities for Kentuck-

• Exhibit at Kentucky Crafted: The Market.

ians to value, participate in and benefit from the arts.

• Be included in the arts council’s online directory for art-

Kentucky Arts Council funding is provided by the Ken-

ists.

tucky General Assembly and the National Endowment

• Sell work at the Governor’s Derby Celebration.

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SPENCERIAN COLLEGE A little history since its founding in 1892

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS The School of Technology

ince its founding Diploma Program , Spencerian Col lege has earned an excelle nt reputation thro • Computer Repair ugh its many successful graduates. Addit Spencerian cont ionally, inues to offer stud Associate of Applied Sciences en ts the unique opportunity to pr epare for a succes sful career in today’s profession (A.A.S.) Degree al world! Enos Spencer, a • Biomedical Engineering nationally recogn ized business educator of his time, foun Technology ded Spencerian Colle ge in Louisville in 1892. In the book Beginni • Computer Aided Drafting and ng of the Busines s School, author Charles G Design (CADD) . Reigner wrote, "The name Spencerian had imbedded it • Computer & Electronic self in the consciousness of the American pe ople. The Engineering Technology name had been as sociated with bu siness schools for almos • Computer Engineering t a hundred year s. It is an honored name." In 1997, Spenceri Technology an opened its Lexington cam pus, located in th • Computer Information Systems e heart of bluegrass countr y. Spencerian Colle Management ge is proud of its distinctive reputa tion earned over • Electronic Engineering the past century. And still today, Spence Technology rian College proudly stands for qualit y ca re education, expand er • Graphic Design ing into Allied H ealth and Technology as growing dyna mic institutions. Spen cerian graduates For more informatiom on our hold positions in the business, medical academic programs call TODAY at and technical fields al l across the coun 859-223-9608 or visit us @ spencerian.edu try, and employers contin ue to seek out Sp encerian graduates for a va For consumer information about riety of positions. Spencerian spec Spencerian College, please visit: ializes in medical and business degrees http://spencerian.edu/consumer-information.asp at the Louisville campus, and medical and technical progra ms in Lexington. Th e college continue s to adapt to employ er needs in a cont in uous process of progra m and course evaluations.

The School of Allied Health Sciences Certificate Program • Phlebotomy Diploma Program • Clinical Assistant • Clinical Assistant with Phlebotomy • Clinical Laboratory Assistant • Limited Medical Radiography • Massage Therapy • Medical Assistant • Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy • Medical Coding Specialist • Medical Transcription Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) Degree • Healthcare Reimbursement Specialist • Medical Administrative Management • Medical Administrative Management with Phlebotomy • Medical Clinical Specialties • Medical Laboratory Technician • Medical Massage Therapy • Radiologic Technology


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CAREER CHOICES Listed below are just a few of the more than 25 career choices offered by Spencerian College Lexington. GRAPHIC DESIGN

Develop your artistic abilities with a Graphic Design Degree The objective of the Graphic Design program is to develop the skills and understanding necessary to obtain entry level employment in industries utilizing computer graphics, desktop publishing, computer animation, three-dimensional computer modeling, and other related services.

In this program, you would learn the following:

applications for treating specific conditions. Through various modalities for soft tissue manipulation and stretching techniques, students will develop and offer this specialized care.

In this program, you would learn the following: Developing and implementing a therapeutic plan, relevant to the client's needs; knowledge of muscle anatomy, physiology, pathology, and kinesiology; developing a business plan for a massage therapy practice.

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING AND DESIGN (CADD)

Bring designs and technical drawings to life The objective of the Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) program is to focus on the development and understanding of the

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Lexington Parks and Recreation

TIP SHEET

Ballet Under the Stars –Thursday August

aquatic centers located at Castlewood,

dinner and join us at Ecton Park for Big

Stargazing (9:30 pm, Saturday, August 3,

1 – Sunday August 4 8 pm

Southland, Tates Creek and Woodland,

Band & Jazz. Held from 7–8:30 pm,

Raven Run)–View the night sky through

Woodland Park-In it’s 24th year, this one-

along with Shillito will stay open until

every Tuesday this free concert series

a variety of telescopes provided by the

of-a-kind production give individuals the

August 13 at 6 pm. Tates Creek and

will feature big band or jazz music. This

Bluegrass Amateur Astronomy Club.

opportunity to enjoy the performances of

Woodland pools will remain open until

year patrons can purchase authentic

Far from the city lights, Raven Run is an

professional dancers from the Kentucky

Labor Day (September 2). Operating

Greek cuisine from Athenian Grill Food

excellent place to see planets, nebulae,

Ballet Theatre and the Lexington Ballet

hours from August 1 -13 are 11 am – 8

Truck. For more information on Big

galaxies and the Milky Way! This is a

Company in the relaxed, casual setting

pm Monday – Saturday and Sunday

Band & Jazz, call 288-2925. This event

free program. Please register by calling

of Woodland Park. The evening begins

1 – 8 pm for Castlewood, Tates creek,

is sponsored by Parks & Recreation, the

272-6105.

at 8 pm with the pre-show production

Woodland and Shillito. Operating hours

American Federation of Musicians, 590-

of Princess Vignettes performed by local

at Southland will be Monday – Saturday

WVLK and Cricket Wireless.

Little Explorers Nature Walk – 1 pm Sat-

youth dancers and will be followed by the

10 am – 8 pm and Sunday 1 – 8 pm.

August 6 Jay Flippin

urday August 10 Raven Run – Bring your

main curtain at 9 pm. Lawn chairs and/

All pools close at 6 pm on August 13.

August 13 Dan Brock & Friends

children ages 3-7 years to Raven Run for

or blankets should be brought for seating

Additionally August 13 is the last day

this special children’s program. Activi-

and patrons may pack a picnic dinner or

for Castlewood, Southland and Shillito.

August 20 DOJO

ties include a short nature hike and art

purchase concessions, which are available

Tates Creek and Woodland will remain

August 27 Jazzberry Jam

on site. Admission is $5 per person and

open until Labor Day. From August 14

programs are held monthly and have a

children aged three and under are free.

– September 1 operating hours will be

Southland Jamboree – 7 pm Tuesday

This event is brought to by Lexington

Monday – Friday 4 pm – 7 pm, Saturday

parks & Recreation, the Ballet Under the

11 am – 7 pm and Sunday 1 pm – 7 pm.

Stars Committee, Don Jacobs and Cricket

Labor Day (September 2) pool hours will

Wireless. For additional information call

be 11 am – 5 pm. For more information

288-2925.

call 288-2900.

August 6, 13, 20 & 27 on the lawn area adjacent to Collins Bowling Lanes- The Southland Association and Lexington Parks & Recreation are once again joining together to offer a Bluegrass music concert series this summer. Held at 7 pm on Tuesday evenings through September

project with all supplies provided. These different theme so feel free to attend as many programs as you like. Registration is required and can be done by calling 272-6105. Earth Skills – Cordage, Knots & Shelter, August 10 11 am McConnell Springs-

Fall Equestrian Lesson Sign Ups – Sat-

Adult Fall Volleyball Sign-Ups – August

urday August 3McConnell Springs 1 pm

5 -16 Athletics Office- Parks & Recre-

youth 2 pm adults- Lexington Parks &

ation is accepting applications for its fall

Recreation offers classes in basic horse-

volleyball league. Fall indoor volleyball

manship with the purpose of teaching

begins in September and ends in No-

individuals how to ride safely and to

vember. Teams play a 9-game schedule

work around horses. Taught through a

followed by a post-season tournament.

supervised program, all instruction is

All matches will be played on Sunday Af-

English Hunt Seat. Youth registration

ternoons at the Castlewood Community

for ages 10 – 15 years will take place at 1

Center, 201 Castlewood Drive. Registra-

pm and adult registration for ages 16 and

tion is by team only and on a first come

over will take place at 2 pm. A lottery

first serve basis. Managers of teams

system will be used to ensure fairness.

may the Athletics Office at 288-2915 to

The cost to participate in the equestrian

request a registration form. The cost to

program is $75 for youth classes and $95

participate is $200 per team. Returning

Wood Dough Bowl Carving Classes

vendor booths, canoeing and kayaks

for adult classes. Classes will run August

teams may register August 5-9 and new

–August 3, 10, 17 & 24 10 am – noon

demonstrations. There will be paddleboat

13 – October 5. To learn more call 253-

teams can register August 12-16. for

McConnell Springs - This will take 4

races and lots more for the whole fam-

0328.

more information call 288-2915.

Saturdays to complete cost is $20 for this

ily. The H2O Expo is brought to you by

class. Preregistration is required for all

Lexington Parks and Recreation and the

3, at the lawn area adjacent to Collins Bowling Lanes (205 Southland Drive), this free concert will feature some of the best Bluegrass bands in the area. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating and pack a picnic dinner or purchase concessions which will be available on site. For additional information call 260-1048. August 6 – Sons of the Bluegrass August 13 – Custom Made Bluegrass August 20 – Second Time Around August 27 – Michael Cleveland

Youth ages 10 & over learn how to make cordage, tie knots and build shelters. This is a free program but registration is required. Call 225-4073 to registrar for this class. Water Festival — On August 10, 12-4pm come and join us for a water themed festival beside the lake at Jacobson Park. This event will have water related recreation, education, and community involvement in one water packed day. Children’s activities will include water slides and games; adults will enjoy

City pools Close for the Season- Doug-

Big Band & Jazz -7 pm, Tuesday, August

wood carving classes. Classes are taught

Ky. American Water Company. Hope you

lass & Picadome pools will close for the

6, 13, 10 & 27, Ecton Park–Grab your

by the Lexington Wood Carvers Guild.

can come and join us on this fun filled

season on August 4 at 6 pm. The four

lawn chair and blanket, pack a picnic

You can registrar by call 225-4073.

day.


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History to Chew On Series-Tuesday

of the nation’s finest juried artists sell-

August 13 6 pm McConnell Springs-

ing unique, handcrafted items. Other

Pack your brown bag dinner and join

attractions at the Fair include live en-

us for McConnell Springs “History

tertainment, hands-on art activities for

to Chew On” series. These presenta-

children and families and a variety of

tions will focus on aspects of Central

food vendors. The American Founders

Kentucky to include history, geology,

Bank Woodland Art Fair is brought to

archeology and culture. This month’s

you by Lexington Parks & Recreation,

presentation will be Appalachian Folk

the Lexington Art League and Ameri-

Music by acclaimed musician Jennifer

can Founders Bank. For additional

Rose Escobar. This program is free but

information call 288-2925 (Parks) or

registration is required as seating is

254-7024 (Lexington Art League).

limited. To registrar please call 2254073.

Kiddie Kapers Fall Registration- on line registration opens at noon on Au-

Junior Naturalist Program – Butterflies

gust 21.Kiddie Kapers incorporates 22

& Dragonflies (11 am–12 pm, Satur-

weeks of dance instruction for youth

day, August 17, McConnell Springs)–

ages 3-18 beginning in mid-September

Youth ages 10 and younger are invited

and concluding with a spring re-

to come out to McConnell Springs as

cital in April. Classes offered include

they continue their quest to become

ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and cheer

a Junior Naturalist. Participants will

dance. The cost is $175 and includes a

search for butterflies and dragonflies

costume for spring recital. A limited

living in the meadows and wetland

number of scholarships are available

area. Registration for this free pro-

upon request. Walk-in and mailed

gram is required and can be done by

registration will not be accepted prior

calling 225-4073.

to 9 am on August 23 at our Dunbar offices. For additional information or

Ice cream Social- August 17 1-3 pm

for a class schedule call 288-2935.

McConnell Springs – Join the Friends of McConnell Springs for compli-

Weekend Workout (10 am, Saturday,

mentary ice cream, games and nature

August 24, McConnell Springs)–

activities for the whole family.

McConnell Springs needs volunteers! Individuals will be helping with

American Founders Bank Woodland

garden upkeep, weed pulling, trail

Art Fair- 10 am – 6 pm Saturday

maintenance and more. Please dress

August 17 & 10 am – 5 pm Sunday

for the weather and wear sturdy shoes

August 18 Woodland Park- The Wood-

and work gloves. Volunteers should

land Art Fair is definitely one of the

come to the Education Center at 10

most anticipated events of the sum-

am and stay as long as your schedule

mer. Every August, Woodland Park

permits. For more information, call

becomes a venue filled with over 200

225-4073.

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Biggest Loser RunWalk to host event at horse park Saddle up for The Biggest Loser RunWalk

RunWalk Race Series to central Kentucky,”

After the race, participants, family and

RunWalk or to register for a race, please

5K/15K/1 Mile Kids Run Fun at the Alltech

stated Terry Johnson, executive director

friends can celebrate and relax at the post-

visit www.BiggestLoser.com/RunWalk.

Arena on November 2, 2013. From the first-

of the Commission. “Not only will it be a

race concert featuring former “The Biggest

time walker to the avid runner, participants

terrific addition to our sports calendar, but

Loser” contestant and Nashville recording

About FitWorld Group LLC

are encouraged to get off the couch and hit

partnering with Alltech and The Biggest

artist, Dan Evans.

The Biggest Loser RunWalk Race Series

the gravel in the Bluegrass State.

Loser in the fight against obesity in Ken-

The Biggest Loser RunWalk is licensed

launched in the fall of 2012 throughout the

tucky also contributes to the quality of life

On Friday, November 1, 2013, participants

United States, challenging all Americans to

of our region.”

and the community can get inspired for the

get fit and stay healthy. The mission is to

next day’s race at the Health & Wellness

get America off the couch and on the pave-

through the NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products Group and Shine America.

The race will be held at 8:30 am at the

Meet and Greet. While there, participants

ment! For more information, visit www.

The Biggest Loser RunWalk is happy to be

Alltech Arena, 4089 Iron Works Parkway,

will be able to pick up their race informa-

BiggestLoser.com/RunWalk

working with The Bluegrass Sports Commi-

rain or shine. The 5K and 15K are chip-

tion, take advantage of workshops from

sion to bring the race to Lexington.

timed for participants tracking personal

past Biggest Loser contestants, take part in

About The Bluegrass Sports Commission

goals with special awards given to the top

The Biggest Loser Q & A and much more.

The Bluegrass Sports Commission is an in-

According to the Centers for Disease Con-

runners and walkers.

trol and Prevention (CDC), 66.2% of adults

dependent, non-profit 501c3 governed by a This event will be a part of the Alltech

board of directors. The BSC, responsible for

were overweight in the state of Kentucky in

This event will also include a kids’ one-mile

National Horse Show, America’s oldest and

annually staging the Bluegrass State Games,

2010, and only 21.4% of these adults were

fun run for ages 4-12 taking off at 11:30

most prestigious indoor horse show, which

is also responsible for recruiting, growing,

physically active for a total of at least 60

am. Dan and Jackie Evans, organizers of

will be held from October 29 – November

staging and attracting sporting events of all

minutes per day. These figures are a statistic

The Biggest Loser RunWalk and season 5

3. All registered participants of the Run-

sizes and types that serve the central Ken-

Kentucky has been working hard to change.

contestants, offer the RunWalk as a non-in-

Walk will receive a free entry into the show

tucky community by increasing economic

timidating environment for all participants,

at packet pick up.

activity and/or improving the quality of life

“The Bluegrass Sports Commission is

with a longer course time limit to complete

excited about bringing the Biggest Loser

the race.

for its citizens. For more information, visit For more information on The Biggest Loser

www.bluegrasssports.org.

Lexington Women’s Health Welcomes Dr. Reva Tackett!

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Dr. Tackett specializes in gynecology and gynecological surgery. She will begin seeing patients July 1, 2013 at our 1775 Alysheba Way location. Dr. Tackett is now accepting new patients and can be contacted through our office at 859-264-8811 or visit us online at www.lexingtonwomens.com


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Thai Orchid Cafe hosts anniversary party to benefit FoodChain On Saturday August 10 from 5-9:30 p.m., local restaurant Thai Orchid Cafe proudly presents a traditional Thai Street Food Festival to celebrate its seventh anniversary. A portion of the proceeds will benefit FoodChain, a not-for-profit organization which aims to demonstrate indoor food production and preparation in the heart of Lexington’s urban core and provides education via hands-on training opportunities for area youth and adults. TICKET INFO Ticket price includes all you care to eat and drink Thai street food, beer, wine, ice cream and a great time. There will be plenty of vegetarian and glutenfree options available. Tickets can be purchased online at thaiorchidcafe.net or in person at Thai Orchid Cafe. IN ADVANCE: Adults $40 Couples $70 Children 6-11 $20 5 and under FREE AT THE DOOR: Adults $50 Children 6-11 $25 5 and under FREE Nothing compares to the aroma of fragrant curry and noodles, the sound of juicy meat hitting the grill, and the atmosphere created by dozens of Thai street food vendors. “We’re so excited to bring the Thai street food experience to Lexington,” said owner/chef Toa Green. “My favorite part about visiting Thailand is eating at the local street markets. “The food is so fresh the atmosphere is unmatched. At this event, we’ll offer small plate servings that will allow you to try all kinds of traditional Thai street food without the 30-hour plane ride.” In partnership with CRAVE Lexington, the festival will

embody the streets of Thailand with vendors serving fresh curry, noodles, salads and meats alongside Thai Orchid’s new Crank & Boom craft ice cream. Since its inception in 2006, Thai Orchid Cafe has been a leader in creative philanthropy. The restaurant

has partnered with charitable organizations like Lexington Habitat for Humanity and Seedleaf. For Green, the food industry and sustainable agriculture must go hand in hand. So come out and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of Thailand while building and strengthening our community.


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Marvelous muffins

11-year-old Lexington girl wins state’s Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Lexington’s Regan Strehl was recently named Kentucky’s winner in the nationwide 2013 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge. Regan, who is 11 years old and will be a sixth-grader at Edythe J. Hayes Middle School, submitted a recipe for raisin bran muffins that the judges deemed creative, tasty, affordable and healthy. Regan and 53 other youngsters visited Washington, D.C., July 9 to attend the second annual Kids’ State Dinner at the White House, where they met First Lady Michelle Obama. The lunch featured a selection of the winning recipes, followed by a visit to the White House kitchen garden. Regan was recently diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and reworked one of her favorite recipes to lower the carb count, according to her mother, Debbie Strehl. “She is over the moon,” Debbie Strehl said. Children ages 8 to 12 submitted more than 1,300 recipes for the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, which is sponsored by the first lady’s “Let’s Move!”, the U.S. Department of Education and Epicurious. Visit Recipechallenge.epicurious.com later this month for pictures from the Kids’ “State Dinner” and a free downloadable cookbook with the winning recipes.


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iBloom in Life Women’s Retreat and Business Seminar coming up iBloom is the go-to place for Christian Life Coaching for women. iBloom exists to inspire and empower every woman on the planet to live a life of passion, balance, purpose, and fulfillment. iBloom is dedicated to helping women live intentionally and ultimately have a significant impact with their lives.

iBloom in Business Seminar for Women in Business led by iBloom Founder & Business Coach Kelly Thorne Gore September 22 If you’re a woman in business, then Kelly has created a unique opportunity for you to invest in your business while you’re already in town for the iBloom in Life women’s retreat. Once you’ve invested in yourself at the retreat, you’ll then be ready to begin investing in your business. In the iBloom in Business book, Kelly challenges women in business to have an annual planning day. This seminar is your opportunity to have that day, plus have Kelly personally guiding you through the process of creating your success strategy for 2014.

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p.m.); Sunday Stroll tour, featuring some downtown spots as well as Jefferson St. stops, starts at 1 p.m. Every weekend through October, starting April 6. (Sun-

August 2

the world will gather in their own com-

Lexington Bluegrass Area Minority Business Expo

On, a synchronized breastfeeding event

This year’s conference theme is: People, Purpose and Possibilities. A premier business event in Kentucky dedicated to the education and growth of minority and women-owned businesses. Thursday: 3-8 p.m.; Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Contact: (859)288-2984. Time: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Location: Lexington Convention Center, Bluegrass Ballroom and Thor-

munities to take part in the Big Latch in multiple locations. La Leche League of Greater Lexington, Baby Moon and the LFUCG Health Department are sponsoring a Lexington location of the Big Latch On. The local Big Latch On will take place on the lawn in front of Baby

day tours start May 19.) Time: 10 a.m. and 1:30 pm

Live Latin Dance Party Dress to impress and be ready to dance to the best salsa, meregnue, bachata, regaeton and more! (859)259-2754 Time: 10:30 p.m. Natasha’s Bistro & Bar, 112 Esplanade.

Moon at Shelton Place, 2891 Richmond

Mini Monet

Rd on Saturday, August 3 from 10-noon.

An art class just for the wee ones! Tod-

Contra dance

dlers (ages 2-5) will create their first masterpieces using fun and safe takes

oughbred Meeting Rooms.

With caller Liz Natter and band Intellec-

on classic art techniques. 1-2pm, $10

tual Property (Tom Cunningham, David

per participant. Time: 1-2 p.m. Headley-

Summerfest: A Chorus Line

Atcher, and friends)

Whitney Museum.

Kentucky Conservatory Theatre presents

Saturday, August 3, 2013, 8-11 pm

Summerfest, an outdoor theater event. Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama & Tony Award for Best Musical, A Chorus Line is known for its iconic dance numbers and memorable songs including What I Did for Love and One (Singular Sensation). General Admission $15 online; $18 at Gate. Time: 8:45 pm. 500 Alumni Drive, The Arboretum State Botanical Garden of Kentucky

(Beginner lesson 7:30-8:00 pm)

Summerfest: A Chorus Line

ArtsPlace, 161 N Mill St. $8.00 adults;

Kentucky Conservatory Theatre presents

$5.00 students and first-timers. Informa-

Summerfest, an outdoor theater event.

tion: 859-552-5433 or ltda.ws

Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for

LexDance: Lexington Traditional Dance

Drama & Tony Award for Best Musical,

Association

A Chorus Line is known for its iconic dance numbers and memorable songs

Beers for Books at West Sixth Brewery

including What I Did for Love and One

Join us for this event featuring the Carn-

sion $15 online; $18 at gate. 8:45 pm.

egie Center and the International Book

August 3

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Project. A photo booth, raffles, literary themed games, commemorative pints, a

(Singular Sensation). General Admis500 Alumni Drive, The Arboretum State Botanical Garden of Kentucky.

August 4

August 6 Big Night Out Texas Roadhouse is hosting Big Brothers Big SIsters night on Tuesday, August 5. Show BBBS flyer to cashier and 10% of sales will be donated to agency. Email BBBS and flyer will be emailed to you. 4-10 pm. Location: Texas Roadhouse, 3030 Lakecrest Circle.

Kentucky American WaterFest Kentucky American Water will feature an opportunity for the public to meet the team that provides clean water to your tap everyday. The public is invited to stop by the treatment plant any time between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. for treatment plant tours, educational demonstrations, facepainting, light refreshments and more. 4:30pm to 7:30pm. 2300 Richmond Road.

August 7 Family Fun and Learning Night: Back To School 5:45-7:30 pm. Free dinner is provided. For full description please visit carnegiecenterlex.org. 5:45-7:30 pm at The Carnegie Center.

Free allergy, asthma seminar coming up for parents Hello. The Family Allergy and Asthma

Big Latch On

variety of food options and always deli-

On the 1 – 7th of August every year, to

cious locally crafted beer should make

raise awareness of the benefits of breast-

for a wonderful day. 4-8 p.m. West Sixth

feeding and the need for global support,

Brewery.

Spiritual or religious? Open minds lead

Action organises World Breastfeeding

Bleu Plate Food Tour

that leads to a life of living love, self-em-

Week. World Breastfeeding Week, Au-

A guided, walking food tour that tra-

gust 1-7, is celebrated in 120 countries

verses through beautiful, historic down-

and marks the signing of the WHO/

town Lexington while stopping at the

UNICEF document Innocenti Declara-

city’s best eateries. Sample the fare that

4 at 7:30 p.m. Lea Schultz has been

tion, which lists the benefits of breast-

made each place an iconic staple in Lex-

channeling Samuel since 1984. Stay

feeding, plus global and governmental

ington restaurants. It’s a stroll through

for a vegan reception afterward. Call

goals.

the park with a side dish of history, a

(859)231-8449 for details or go towww.

are one of the main reasons for absence

To mark this occasion on August 2 and

dash of culture and a taste of the Blue-

discoversamuel.com. Phoenix Institute,

among children in school.

3 at 10:30am thousands of breastfeeding

grass. Two “Heart of the Bluegrass” tours

Inc. is a nonprofit, tax exempt 501(c)3

women and their babies/children across

offered on Saturdays (10 a.m. and 1:30

organization.

the World Alliance for Breastfeeding

Samuel at the Free First Sunday to open hearts. Experience the difference powerment and vitality at Phoenix Institute, 655 Lima Drive. Discover Samuel at the free First Sunday meeting August

office in Lexington, located at 3292 Eagle View Lane, Ste 150, is hosting a free childhood allergies educational seminar from 6 – 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 7th. Allergy specialist Dr. Rajiv Arora will talk to attendees about to recognize the symptoms of allergies in their children, what causes allergies and triggers flares and different treatment options. We would appreciate any help in promoting this event, as education is the key to proper treatment of allergies, which

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Kentucky American Water’s Brooks named state’s Operator of the Year Kentucky American Water Chief Operator Doug Brooks has been recognized with the 2013 Operator Meritorious Award from the Kentucky/Tennessee Section of the American Water Works Association. Brooks received the award during the Kentucky/Tennessee Water Professionals Conference held earlier this week in Louisville which was attended by more than

Dr. Robinette and Cate

1,400 water and wastewater professionals.

-Dr. Robinette and Cate

The award recognizes operators who demonstrate excellence in their profession, an exemplary commitment to the water utility

continue to achieve national recognition

industry and dedication to quality service.

for the tap water it delivers to its customers every day. Doug is most deserving of this

Brooks joined Kentucky American Water in

award, and we are so proud that he is part

2008 as an operator at the company’s Rich-

of the Kentucky American Water family.”

mond Road Station water treatment plant and currently serves as chief operator of the

Brooks, a native of Cynthiana, Ky., holds a

company’s newest treatment facility, the

Class IV Water Treatment Plant Operators

Kentucky River Station II at Hardin’s Land-

Certification and Class II Distribution Cer-

ing water treatment plant in Owen County.

tification. He is also a certified firefighter/ EMT. He and his wife Mary reside in Cyn-

He was nominated for the AWWA award by

thiana with their daughter, Courtney.

Kevin Kruchinski, superintendent of production operations for Kentucky American

Kentucky American Water, a subsidiary of

Water. In his nomination letter, Kruchin-

American Water (NYSE: AWK), is the larg-

ski highlighted Brooks’ professionalism

est investor-owned water utility in the state,

and continuous drive for excellence, his

providing high-quality and reliable water

desire for continuous learning, his positive

and/or wastewater services to approximate-

demeanor with peers and supervisors and

ly half a million people. For more informa-

his efforts to work with other operators to

tion, visit www.kentuckyamwater.com.

optimize operations. He further highlighted Brooks’ ongoing desire to crosstrain at

Founded in 1886, American Water is the

other Kentucky American Water facilities

largest publicly traded U.S. water and

and his recent accomplishment of complet-

wastewater utility company.

ing the Kentucky Rural Water Association’s Utility Management Institute certification

With headquarters in Voorhees, N.J., the

program.

company employs approximately 6,700

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Worried your child may have allergies?

Join Dr. Arora for a free seminar on symptoms, causes, and treatment.

Children & Allergies Wednesday, August 7 • 6 – 7 p.m. Location: Family Allergy & Asthma 3292 Eagle View Lane in Lexington An RSVP is required for this free event. Call 263-1900 today to reserve your space.

dedicated professionals who provide drink“Doug has the skills, experience and leader-

ing water, wastewater and other related

ship capabilities that make him a model

services to an estimated 14 million people

for all water treatment plant operators,”

in more than 30 states and parts of Canada.

Kruchinski said. “He is the kind of profes-

More information can be found by visiting

sional that helps Kentucky American Water

www.amwater.com.

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Luncheon and style show to benefit March of Dimes Don’t Blink

Save at the Lashes and Lines Event! August, 22nd from 5-7 p.m. Package 1: $479

Package 2: $459

One area of Botox Cosmetic One area of Botox Cosmetic NEOCUTIS Lumiere Eye Cream NEOCUTIS Lumiere Eye Cream NEOCUTIS Bio Serum One Latisse Kit (5 ml) Intensive Treatment Free Glo Minerals Mascara and Eye Shadow with Package Purchase! *While supplies last

Purchases made PRIOR to the event will be entered to win BOTOX for you and a friend!

DERMATOLOGY & SKIN CANCER SPECIALISTS Courtney Mitchell, PA-C Certified Physician Assistant • General and Cosmetic Dermatology

161 N. Eagle Creek Suite 150, Lexington, KY 40509 (Across from St. Joe East Hospital)

859.264.0557

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Learn how to look and feel best in your clothes at the Fabulous at Any Age luncheon and style show benefiting the March of Dimes Saturday, August 17 at Hilton Lexington Suites at Lexington Green. Scheduled from noon to 1:30 p.m., the event will feature the latest fashions from Macy’s and a presentation about hatmaking from

local celebrity milliner Fielden Wilmott. Attendees will receive gift bags and have a chance to win door prizes, including a oneof-a-kind hat designed by Wilmott.   Tickets – $15 each and $10 for each additional person – are available at BaptistHealthLexington.com or by calling 859-260-2220.


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August 8 Rebel Without A Cause (British Rock Band) These guys crank out energetic rock covers by bands like Cheap Trick, ELO, Talking Heads, David Bowe and The Clash. Band members cut their teeth in the days of The Wrocklage, as members of Stranglmartin Baby-blue, Two Small Bodies, Swifty, and 10-Foot-Pole. Known for their crowd rapport and tasty set list, Rebel will have your jumping to colorful renditions of songs you forgot you loved. 4:30 pm- 7:30 pm. Fifth Third Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park.

Bluegrass Heritage Museum Speaker Series The Bluegrass Heritage Museum is pleased to present Carol Jarboe as its special guest on Thursday, August 8. She will portray the Irish indentured servant Maggie Delaney. All programs are free and take place at the museum located at 217 South Main Street in downtown Winchester. The doors will open at 6 pm and the program begins at 6:30 pm. The building has a handicapped accessible side entrance. Come early and check out the changing exhibits.Refreshments.

The Poverty Forum Featuring keynote speaker Melissa Harris-Perry, this year the Poverty Forum boasts a fresh format from previous years, starting with the location. Enjoy heavy hors dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ouvres and a new lower ticket price. A panel of experts will answer questions engaging the audience in a discussion on poverty. Get tickets by 6/30 for $25. 5:30 - 9:00 pm. The Lyric Theatre - 300 East Third Street. Continued to page 28

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nual Lexus Smooth Jazz Fest. Saturday, August 10, 2013 Gates open at 5:00 pm; Concert 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Old Morrison front lawn on the campus of Tran-

Thai Street Food Festival as a 7th an-

(pick-up musicians welcome)

niversary celebration. A portion of the

Friday, August 16, 2013, 8:00-11:00 PM

proceeds will benefit FoodChain, a

(Beginner lesson 7:30-8:00 PM)

not-for-profit organization which aims

ArtsPlace, 161 N Mill St. $7 adults; $5

to demonstrate indoor food production

students and first-timers Information:

and preparation in Lexington and pro-

859-552-5433 or ltda.ws. LexDance: Lex-

vides hands-on training opportunities.

ington Traditional Dance Association

Ticket Price includes all food and drink: Adults $40 Couples $70 Children 6-11

Ode to Vegetariat

$20 5 and under FREE. 5:00 -9:30 pm.

In Vegetariat’s honor Equus Run Vine-

Susan G. Komen Pink Tie Masquerade Ball

sylvania University 300 North Broadway

Live and silent auction, Live entertain-

announce that this year’s Jazz Fest will

ment and lots more new this year!

emerge into a three (3) day format that

DRESS / ATTIRE: Have fun with it! Men

kicks-off on Thursday, August 8, 2013!

wear a range of regular suits to tuxes and

Call (859) 255-2653 for more informa-

7th Annual Tomato Festival

Women wear cocktail dresses to evening

tion. Additional details and the latest

Tomato tasting of many varieties — all

or ball gowns. Lots of guests sprinkle

updates will be announced on/or before

locally grown. Children’s games, lectures,

pink wherever they can - be it bow ties,

Friday, May 10, 2013. The Lexus Smooth

prizes. Chef demonstrations. Speak-

accessories or shoes. This year we are go-

Jazz Fest is a regional event held annual-

ers: Dr. John Strang, UK, Roger Postley,

ing to add a little fun with a masquerade

ly that celebrates contemporary Ameri-

Lexington’s Mr. Tomato, and Dr. Norm

ball theme, so find your favorite mask

can Jazz, complemented by fine cuisine

Strobel, Bluegrass Community and

and join the party! TICKETS: $125 pp,

and Kentucky culture.

Technical College, will discuss tomato

Lexington, Kentucky We’re excited to

$1250 per table of 10. 6:00 p.m. - 12:00

Thai Orchid Cafe.

August 11

diseases, etc. Admission: $2. 1 to 4 p.m.

a.m. Hilton Downtown Lexington

Equus Run Summer Concert Series with Exile

The Arboretum.

August 10

Equus Run welcomes regional bands to

August 12

the outdoor amphitheater stage for the

yards will be hosting a vegetarian friendly event that will showcase their wines, fresh, local, vegetarian dishes and acoustic music provided by Chris Weiss. Admission is free, just show up, bring your lawn chair or blanket for seating. 4:30pm to 8:30pm. Equus Run Vineyards, 1280 Moores Mill Road, Midway.

August 17 2013 Walk to End Lupus Now All funds raised from this walk/run provide direct service to people with lupus: support for the person with lupus and their families, patient and physician education, awareness activities, and research

Back to School Vendor and Craft Fair

Summer Concert Series. Gates open at 4 pm Wine tasting on the lawn 4 pm-

7th Annual Lexington Habitat for Humanity Golf Tournament

Back to School Vendor and Craft Fair

6:30pm. Buffet opens 5:30pm-7:30pm.

Lexington Habitat for Humanity is host-

at Andover Country Club 3450 Todds

Concert starts promptly at 7 pm.

ing the Liberty Mutual Insurance Invita-

Rd. 10 am-3 pm.Over 20 vendors and

Kentucky Ale and Kentucky Light Draft

tional Golf Tournament at Spring Valley

crafters including Tastefully Simple,The

beer available. Bring your lawn chairs

Pink Turttle,Mary Kay,Pampered Chef,

or blankets and enjoy a night under

Proceeds from this event will benefit

31 bags and a lot more.If you need more

the stars with friends and great Wine!

Lexington Habitat’s mission of providing

information contact 859-608-2881.

Equus Run Vineyards, 1280 Moores Mill

housing for low-income families. 11:45

Rd, Midway KY 40347

a.m. Spring Valley Golf Club.

Time: 11 am to noon. Topic: Kentucky

H20 EXPO

August 14

Native Mammals. Description: Join us

Come join us for a water themed festival

for an educational encounter with some

beside the lake at Jacobson Park. This

Red Barn Radio

of our Kentucky native mammals, pre-

event will have water related recreation,

Red Barn Radio Presents The Great

sented by the Kentucky Wildlife Center

education, and community involvement

Smoky Mountain Bluegrass Band

Cost: Free. Venue: Wild Birds Unlim-

in one water packed day! Activities will

Red Barn Radio welcomes the Great

Versailles Twilight Festival

ited, 152 N. Locust Hill Dr., Lexington,

include water slides & games, vendor

Smoky Mountain Bluegrass Band on

Come join the Woodford Co. Chamber

KY 40509. lexingtonky.wbu.com

booths, canoeing, kayaks, paddle boat

August 14. 7 pm.

of Commerce for a day and night of

Kentucky Native Mammals

races, & more! Noon to 4 pm at Jacob-

Golf Club on Monday, August 12, 2013.

August 16

funding. 8:00 am. Keeneland Race Track

AFB Art Fair @ Woodland Park Shop 200 artists and crafts people, enjoy live music and food and participate in this fresh air arts fair. The fair has received several national, regional & local honors including being voted a Top 200 Fine Art & Design Show in the nation in 2007-2012 by Sunshine Artist Magazine, a Top 20 Event by The Southeast Tourism Society & a Top 10 Festival by The Kentucky Travel Industry Association. 10 am to 6 pm. Woodland Park, 601 East High Street.

shopping, food, and fun at Versailles’

6th Annual Lexus Smooth Jazz Fest

son Park.

The African American Forum requests

Thai Street Food Festival

Contra dance

volunteer to perform your talent!

that you save the date for the 6th An-

Thai Orchid Cafe presents a traditional

With caller Jim Vogt and open band

10 AM - 9 PM. Downtown Versailles.

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members will read and be challenged to

benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Creek Christian Church. Doors will

write in a number of forms: essays, jour-

will be a spectacular evening, featur-

open at 9am with goodie bags, free food

AFB Art Fair @ Woodland Park

nal entries and commentary. 10am-2pm.

ing specialty cocktails, hors d’oeuvres,

and moms to connect with and find

The Carnegie Center for Literacy and

a fabulous premier and silent auction

support. Please stop by for a quick visit.

Learning.

and most significantly will raise much

9am at Tates Creek Christian Church.

Shop 200 artists and crafts people, enjoy live music and food and participate in this fresh air arts fair. The Fair has received several national, regional & local honors including being voted a Top 200 Fine Art & Design Show in the nation in 2007-2012 by Sunshine Artist Magazine, a Top 20 Event by The Southeast Tourism Society & a Top 10 Festival by The

needed funds to benefit the work of the

Dentistry from the Heart: Spreading Free Smiles Across Lexington Dentistry From The Heart is an event providing a day of free dental care to

CF Foundation. 7pm-11pm. Malone’s

August 29

Private Banquet Room, Landsdown Shopping Center.

August 25

those in need. Heart patients will travel

Thursday’s Child Local celebrities mingle and sit with our guests to show their support of the kids in central KY who are waiting to be adopted. We have the Lauren Mink

in this free day of dentistry. A team of

Samuel at the Free First Sunday

High Street.

dentists, volunteers and sponsors will

Spiritual or religious? Open minds lead

sit down dinner. Tickets $50. 6:30pm to

provide free extractions, fillings and

to open hearts. Experience the difference

9pm. Hilton Hotel Downtown Lexing-

August 22

cleanings. 9 am - 4:pm. Pearson Justice

that leads to a life of living love, self-

ton.

Dental

empowerment and vitality at Phoenix

Kentucky Travel Industry Association. 10 am to 5 pm. Woodland Park, 601 East

from across Kentucky to participate

Institute, 655 Lima Drive. Discover

band performing, silent auction and a

August 30

Gleneagles Summer Music Series

LYPA Art-SEE!

Samuel at the free First Sunday meet-

Free and open to the public

The Lexington Young Professional As-

ing August 25 at 7:30 p.m. This second

Lexington Fest of Ales

sociation (LYPA) is hosting their second

meeting in August is a make-up date

The Lexington Fest of Ales showcases

annual art show case Art-SEE! at The

from July. Lea Schultz has been channel-

breweries and features live music and

Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center.

ing Samuel since 1984. Stay for a vegan

fun! For those who wish to sample Ales,

Art-SEE! is a one-stop opportunity for

reception afterward. Call (859)231-8449

the ticket is $25 and gets you a collect-

the young, and young at heart, to explore

for details or go towww.discoversamuel.

ible tasting glass and 20 beer samples.

the local art scene in a single location.

com. Phoenix Institute, Inc. is a nonprof-

You may purchase additional samples,

6pm - 9pm. The Lyric theatre.

it, tax exempt 501(c)3 organization.

as well. In addition to great Ales, there

Thursday August 22 — 6 pm - 8 pm Music from The Twiggenburys Enjoy a free concert in the evening summer air. Bring your own chair or blanket and pack a picnic dinner. 2975 Polo Club Blvd, in Gleneagles Neighborhood Off Man O’ War Blvd just past Hamburg and I-75. Field is located on the left just

will be many food vendors at the event.

past Shell.

Roll for the Cure

Bella Bliss Bridal Show

There will be in afterparty at Pazzo’s. 5:30

Cyclist of all ages & skill level are invited

Bella Bliss Bridal Show is a showcase of

p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Cheapside Park, Fifth

August 24

to join in the fight against cancer by

vendors, photographers and everything

Third Pavillion, downtown Lexington.

participating in Roll for the Cure. Routes

you need to plan your wedding day. 11 -

Contra Dance

offered include 25, 50,100, and a 4-mile

4. Hilton Downtown Lexington Hotel.

August 30-September 1

With caller Susan Moffett and band

& 10 mile route for families. No registra-

Berea Cast-Offs

tion fee. Must raise funds to ride. Please

Touch-A-Truck

The Girl Project

Saturday, August 24, 2013, 8-11 PM

see website. The Lexington Cancer

Interactive family event that allows

Friday Aug 30, 2013 - Sunday Sep 1,

(Beginner lesson 7:30-8: PM)

Foundation, Inc. First ride at 7:30 a.m.

children to climb on, climb in, see,

Through spoken word, physical expres-

Russell Acton Folk Center, 212 Jefferson

Downtown Lexington.

touch,and safely explore real trucks

sion and multi media The Girl Project

and vehicles that dig, haul, lift, rescue,

will examine the internal and external

St., Berea. $7 adults; $4 students and seniors Information: 859-985-5501 or

Run for the Fallen

crunch and honk! The event also fea-

pressures of body image that teenage

bereacontradance.org/ or BereaContra-

The Sixth Annual Run for the Fallen will

tures area mascots, special performanc-

girls struggle with day to day and how

Dance@gmail.com. Contraire Dance

be a one mile run/walk, in honor of any

es, snack bar, face painting, inflatables,

these pressures affect the development

Association.

of our fallen service members that gave

games and a Silent Auction. 1 - 5 p.m.

of their self esteem. This will be the pilot

the ultimate sacrifice. The event is non-

Keeneland.

for an ongoing project that will set its

The Power of Short: Writing Flash Nonfiction

political. 9 a.m. Beaumont Centre, 1152 Monarch Street.

August 27

foundation on the examination of the American female image, Our ultimate goal is to change lives within the com-

$40 with Bill Goodman. Writers every-

MOPS Open House

munity we live in. For more details, visit

nonfiction, literary rather than infor-

Seafood Splash and Spirit Bash

Annual open house and kick-off to the

www.thegirlprojectusa.org. Downtown

mational, and short—very short. Class

The Seafood Splash and Spirit Bash to

new year on Tuesday, August 27 at Tates

Arts Center, 141 E Main Street.

where are exploring a new form: flash


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Episcopal Worship Service Sundays at Church 10 a.m. Martha’s Episcopal Book and Bible studies afterward

Athens Chilesburg Elementary meets on@Sundays at Athens 930 Jouett Creek Rd. Lexington, KY 40509 Chilesburg (859)Elementary. 271-7641 (Call for special service times) WeRector: would to have Thelove Rev. Sandy Stone you join us for worship, Community Welcoming and inclusive fellowship and education. Living the Gospel in service to others We areOutreach a church committed to God’s Pantry being welcoming Reading Campand inclusive Backpacks needy children of all, andSchool to living theforGospel Worship inJoyful service music to the world.

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Episcopal Worship Service Sundays at 10 a.m. • Book and Bible studies afterward at Athens Chilesburg Elementary, 930 Jouett Creek Dr., Lexington, KY 40509 Episcopal Worship Service (859) 271-7641 • www.stmarthaslex.orgSt. • Rector: Rev. Sandy at Stone Martha’s The Episcopal Church Sundays 10 a.m. PO Box 21944

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Community — 40522-1944 Welcoming inclusive, @ Athens and Chilesburg Elementary Lexington, KY 930 Jouett Creek Rd. Living the Gospel in service to others http://www.stmarthaslex.org Lexington, KY 40509

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(Call for special service times) School backpacks for needy children

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Nutrition and Anti-Aging E

veryone gets older, but physical signs of

in calories and increase the waist line. However,

increasing jitteriness and stress which can also

aging can be slowed and life may even be

these foods often contain lots of preservatives,

accelerate aging of cells. Alcohol activates a fat

prolonged by daily doing these easy anti-aging/

chemicals, and toxins to the body that age cells.

uptake enzyme in the body so if you eat and

weight loss tips.

Limiting the amount of these foods with keep

drink at the same time, a high percentage of the

you slim and decrease the chemicals that can

food ends up turning into fat. Toxins for ciga-

speed of the aging process.

rettes and drugs have a multitude of harmful

1) Drink more water – All cells require water to be fully functional. Degeneration and aging Photo by: Earlane Cox

Julie E. Swindler, M.D. Board Certified Bariatrician

IT’S IT’S TIME TIME NOW NOW Home of Lexington’s ONLY board certified Bariatricians

effects to the body but their toxins also age the

of cells occur at a faster rate if the cell is dehy-

4) Increase the good fats in your diet. Essential

drated. It’s like having a plant you don’t water—

fatty acids such as Omega 3 found and monoun-

it’s not going to last as long. Increasing water

saturated fats in nuts, seeds, olive oils, fish, fish

7) Detox the body with a good multivitamin.

also helps to increase energy, decrease head-

oils help to decrease the degenerating harmful

Each year our bodies are in contact with more

aches, help heal injuries more quickly, decrease

inflammation in your cells. They replenish the

and more toxins from processed foods, pollut-

hot flashes, and even decrease achy joints and

skins natural oils to help protect it, help ward

ants, chemicals, etc. This can build up in our

muscles. Having more energy allows you to do

off infection, and decrease the appearance of

bodies, age our cells, and emerge in various

another anti-aging behavior which is exercise.

wrinkles making you look younger.

forms such as acne, headaches, ulcers, can-

The more exercise, the younger our bodies.

body on the inside and the outside.

cer, and even heart disease. Vitamins A, C, E 5) Reduce the amount of salt and sugar in your

and selenium to act as antioxidants removing

2) Increase fiber: most Americans do not get

diet. Our bodies are not equipped to be able to

harmful toxins in the body. They can help im-

enough of this to begin with. Fiber speeds up

handle the huge increase in salt and sugar in

prove our immune system as well. Not only is a

how fast food moves through the colon so can

modern day foods. Increase salt levels increase

good multivitamin with these elements essen-

decrease the time that harmful oxidative chem-

blood pressure; which causes the heart to pump

tial, but you can also obtain from a variety of

icals in foods are in our food. It also helps to

harder, which can increase inflammation and

well washed fruits and vegetables.

regulate blood sugar which in effect decreases

deterioration again of cells. Get rid of the salt

insulin levels which decreases inflammation.

shaker and instead pump up the flavor with

Remember, a combo of all of the above will

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Decreasing inflammation in the body slows ef-

herbs. High sugar levels increase insulin which

likely result in weight loss which again is one

Julie Swindler, M.D.

fects of aging to make us look younger. As an

also increases inflammation. New evidence in-

of the best ways to biochemically slow aging

additional benefit, it helps keep bowels regular

dicates the body is only supposed to handle up

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