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Teacher’s guide available for vice presidential debate coming up in Danville The nation will turn its attention to Centre College in Danville Oct, 11 for this election’s only vice presidential debate. Kentucky Youth Advocates, Bellarmine University, Every Child Matters and Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes are coming together to spotlight the needs of Kentucky children and bring the issues to classrooms across the commonwealth with the 2012 Election: Debate Curriculum Daily Lesson Guide Go to www.kyyouth.org/documents/2012DebateCurriculum.pdf. The curriculum concludes with an assignment that requires students to watch the vice presidential debate in Danville at 9 p.m. Oct. 11. That same evening, at 8 p.m., Kentucky Educational Television will air Student Voices, Election 2012, an Education Matters roundtable with Kentucky high school students discussing the issues in the election important to them and their peers.
Central Baptist Hospital performs new transcatheter heart valve replacement Central Baptist Hospital is the first hospital in Central Kentucky to perform the transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedure. Four patients with diseased aortic heart valves who were deemed too sick to withstand conventional open-heart surgery to replace their valves have undergone this new heart valve replacement procedure at Central Baptist Hospital. During the procedures, a collapsible artificial valve was deployed through a catheter, a long tube that was advanced through an artery in the groin up to the heart. When the artificial valve was in place at the site of the patient’s diseased valve, a balloon at the end of the catheter was inflated, opening the new valve, which started working immediately. At Central Baptist, a team of cardiothoracic surgeons, interventional cardiologists and anesthesiologists worked
together in each procedure to implant the new valve, known as the Edwards SAPIEN valve developed by Edwards Lifesciences.
Kentucky Ear, Nose and Throat joins Lexington Clinic Lexington Clinic, Central Kentucky’s oldest and largest multi-specialty medical group, has announced the association of Kentucky Ear, Nose and Throat as part of a strategic alliance to further enhance healthcare service delivery to patients. Kentucky Ear, Nose and Throat is an otolaryngology physician group practice comprised of its founder, Keith Alexander, MD; Gregory Osetinsky, MD; Kenneth “Tad” Hughes, MD; Alberto Laureano, MD; and Ray Van Metre, MD. The practice also includes Sharon Howard, APRN; five doctors of audiology and a total of 55 employees. Kentucky Ear, Nose and Throat provides a wide range of services, including pediatric otolaryngology, adult otolaryngology, allergies, sinus disease, hearing loss, voice disorders, and head and neck tumors. “We are excited to welcome Kentucky Ear, Nose, and Throat and look forward to the opportunities and exceptional patient care that this alliance will make possible,” said Andrew Henderson, MD, Lexington Clinic CEO. This association is expected to take effect on December 31, at which time Kentucky Ear, Nose, and Throat physicians will become members of Lexington Clinic’s Associate Physician Network.
Woodford Family Physicians, PSC joins Lexington Clinic Lexington Clinic, Central Kentucky’s oldest and largest multi-specialty medical group, has announced the association of Woodford Family Physicians, PSC as part of a strategic alliance to further enhance healthcare service
This association is expected to take effect Nov. 1, at which time Woodford Family Physicians, PSC physicians will become members of Lexington Clinic’s Associate Physician Network. Lexington Clinic and Woodford Family Physicians, PSC are striving to ensure minimal patient impact during this transition.
Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation secures major gifts to support Kentucky art The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation has received a major gift from Logan’s Healthcare Linens & Uniforms to support Kentucky art for our newest Saint Joseph Cancer Center on Blazer Parkway. The gift allowed the foundation to partner with LexArts in identifying and selecting 39 individual pieces of art created by Kentucky artists. In addition to the generous gift from Logan’s, a portion of the proceeds from the 2012 Saint Joseph Golf Tournament added a significant matching gift to help complete the project which was funded 100% by donations. Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation President and CEO Barry Stumbo said, “We have worked very hard to help our cancer patients, families and caregivers have an environment that is both inspirational and beautiful to be in. “Numerous studies indicate how important art can be as you undergo cancer treatment and everyone who was a part of this endeavor is excited with the finished project. Thank you to our friends at Logan’s and to our loyal golf supporters whose gifts were used to make this a reality. We cannot wait to unveil this to the public.”
Baptist Healthcare announces rebranding, new addition Baptist Healthcare System, Inc. officials has announced the rebranding of its health system to Baptist Health. The rebranding comes as the statewide system acquires an additional hospital, Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center in Richmond. Founded in 1924, Baptist Health is renowned for high quality, personalized care that has earned numerous national recognitions. The new name is a brand that uni-
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after dinner, while still at the table, Lesme said “this tastes so good and it is so much fun. I wish I could make a living doing this.” Reinaldo said in a halfway serious tone, “we probably could.” “With my background in food manufacturing and culinary arts and your background in business, sales and marketing, we can probably hit it out of the park,” he said.
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CIAO! October 25 is World Pasta Day and I know exactly how I am going to celebrate! I admit that my interest was sparked the first time I heard about Reinaldo and Lesme. Saturday mornings at my Lexington fitness center were abuzz with chit chat about “The Pasta Guys” at the downtown farmers’ market. I was curious and hungry and decided to investigate further. My discovery was more than I expected. While sampling pasta and enjoying conversation I learned that Reinaldo and Lesme met in Cleveland, Ohio during college. They instantly had a lot in common with fathers from Spain, mothers from Italy, upbringings in South America, and part-time jobs at local “Little Italy” restaurants that specialized in fresh, homemade pasta.
They did – and I highly suggest your try Lexington Pasta for yourself. Their products are featured entrees at Bellini’s, Azur, Dudley’s, Windy Corner Market, A La Lucie, Jonathan at Gratz Park, Portofino’s, Andover Country Club, Nick Ryan’s, Le Deauville, etc. Available locally at Good Foods, Stuartos, Shorty’s Grocery, Whole Foods, The Mousetrap, Critchfield Meats and at the Lexington Pasta storefront at 227 North Limestone. Just in time for World Pasta Day, Lexington Pasta is accepting registration (only through Oct. 31) for their Pasta Club ($99). Join me as a club member and upon registration, you will receive your pasta club membership card and pasta pick-up cooler bag. Every two weeks visit one of Lexington Pasta’s approved pickup locations and pick up four servings of the pasta of the week (48 servings total). Other pasta club membership benefits include 25% off purchases at Lexington Pasta Shop through the duration of your membership in the Pasta Club and advance email of promotions including recipes! Lexington Pasta Club 2012/2013 Calendar Week of Nov 3 Fettuccine (Spinach or Garlic & Herb) Week of Nov 17 Gnocchi (Italian Potato Dumpling) Week of Dec 1 Ravioli (3 Cheese with Spinach or Chicken with Prosciutto) Week of Dec 15 – Pappaadelle (Spinach or Tomato) Week of Dec 29 – Gnocchi
After college Reinaldo accepted an engineering position in Kentucky and also pursued a culinary degree from Lexington’s Sullivan University. Lesme moved to Tampa, Fla. and worked in the finance industry climbing the corporate ladder. They guys managed to get together for Keeneland, Derby, an annual summer vacation and Thanksgiving. On a Saturday when Lesme was visiting Lexington, Reinaldo arranged for a trip to the Lexington Farmer’s Market. They had decided to fix fresh pasta for dinner, play with the fresh Kentucky produce and discover some flavors they never had in Little Italy. As always, they had a blast making pasta and
Week of Jan 12 – Linguine (Rosemary & Thyme or Roasted Red Pepper) Week of Jan 26 – Spaghetti with Marina Sauce Week of Feb 9 – Ravioli (Mushroom Trio or 4 Cheese Blend) Week of Feb 23 – Fettuccine (Lemon Pepper or Spinach) Week of March 9 – Gnocchi Week of March 23 – Pappardelle (Garlic & Herb or Rosemary & Thyme)
Check out www.TheMotherStucker.wordpress. com for more about Lexington Pasta including Tasty Thursday updates and www.lexingtonpasta.com Delizioso!
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Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition, which includes trick-or-treat activities, bobbing for apples, Jack-o-lanterns and other activities. Halloween dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. 2000 years ago. The Celts used to live in the now area of Northern France, Ireland and the United Kingdom. The Celtic New Year used to be celebrated on Nov. 1, which marked the beginning of the dark cold winter and also the end of summer and harvest season.
This month’s feature cover is Seasons Salon and Spa, celebrating its sixth anniversary. Seasons is a full-service salon offering safe pedicures, facials, peels, full body waxing and more. Hair stylists are also hair artists performing smoothing and straightening techniques as well as offering creative updos and styles for any occasion from weddings to proms to an evening out on the town. Pages 14-15. We would like to introduce two new staff members. Cody Decker, new Hamburg happenings writer and Rhonda Caldwell, account executive. As always, we will provide you with the most valuable resource in the area for Hamburg happenings and much more. . Sincerely,
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Lexington Parks and Recreation Oct. tip sheet Pumpkin Patch Classic (Registration through Wednesday, October 10) Tournament Sunday, October 14) – Registration forms are now available at all city-owned golf courses for the 2012 Pumpkin Patch Classic to be held on Sunday, October 14, at the Tates Creek Golf Course. The entry fee is $95 per team and includes green fee, tee gift and lunch. (Cart fees not included.) The deadline to enter is Wednesday, October 10. For additional information, contact Lexington Parks & Recreation at 288-2968 or the Tates Creek Golf Course at 272-3428. Youth Basketball Registration (Registration October 1–November 5)–Parks & Recreation offers a youth basketball league for boys and girls ages 5–15. (Player’s age as of November 30, 2012.) Leagues offered include Co-Rec. Little Dribblers (5 & 6), Co-Rec. Training (7–9) and Co-Rec. Junior Varsity (Boys & Girls 13– 15). The registration fee is $55 per participant – uniform and practice facility rental cost not included. Individuals may register online, by mail or in person. Additional information on registration and league locations is available at www.lexingtonky.gov/parks. Benefit Trail Ride at Hisle Park (10 am–Noon and 1–3 pm, Saturday, October 6, Hisle Park)–
The Masterson Station Equestrian Program is hosting a benefit trail ride at Hisle Park. The event will be held on Saturday, October 6. Two guided tours are offered: 10 am–Noon and 1–3 pm. Lunch will be served to participants from 11:30 am–1 pm so you can eat prior to or after the ride. The cost is $30 per person. For information, contact Georgia Ockerman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-0328. History of McConnell Springs (11 am, Saturday, October 6)–McConnell Springs was settled in 1775 by William McConnell and is heralded as the site where Lexington was named. To learn more, call 225-4073. Fall Wildflowers of Raven Run (1 pm, Sunday, October 7, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–Come out to Raven Run and enjoy the beautiful colors of the fall season. This program will focus on the meadows which are carpeted in fall wildflowers. Learn about fascinating insect interactions and folklore connected to these plants. To register for the program or for additional information, call Raven Run at 272-6105. History to Chew On (6–8 pm, Tuesday, October 9, McConnell Springs)–Pack your brown bag dinner and join us at McConnell Springs for the final “History to Chew On” in
the 2012 series. This month’s topic is “Frederick Douglass – from slave to Lincoln advisor” and will be presented by Michael Crutcher. Soft drinks and water will be provided. For more information or to register, call McConnell Springs at 225-4073. Stargazing (7 pm, Saturday, October 13, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–View the night sky through a variety of telescopes provided by the Bluegrass Amateur Astronomy Club. Far from the city lights. For information, call 272-6105. Therapeutic Recreation Fall Dance (6–9 pm, Friday, October 19, Tates Creek Recreation Center)–Individuals aged 13 years & over are invited to join us for our Therapeutic Recreation Fall Dance. Enjoy an evening of dancing, music, refreshments and more. The theme is “Oldies” so be sure to come dressed in costume. The cost is $5 per person, payable at the door. For more information on the fall dance or other therapeutic recreation programs, call 288-2908. Junior Naturalist “Birds of Prey” (11 am– noon, Saturday, October 20, McConnell Springs)–Youth ages 10 and younger are invited to come out to McConnell Springs for their Junior Naturalist program. This month
participants can find out what birds of prey really eat! Call 225-4073 to register for this free program. Halloween Walk at Raven Run (7 & 9 pm, Friday, October 26, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, Registration is required.)–Join naturalist Brian Perry this Halloween and explore the mysteries of the natural world. Enjoy the annual “Parade of Pumpkins.” When calling to register, please be prepared to choose one time to attend. For more information, call Raven Run at 272-6105. Little Goblins Galore (11 am–4 pm, Saturday, October 27, McConnell Springs)–Little Goblins ages 12 and under can enjoy the Halloween season with fewer scares at Little Goblins Galore. Youth are encouraged to wear their costume as they trick-or-treat along a trail filled with friendly characters. In addition, there will be a petting zoo, carnival games and special entertainment. Food and soft drinks will be available for purchase throughout the day. The admission fee is $5 per child with parents/ guardians admitted for free. Little Goblins is brought to you by Parks & Recreation, Kroger, Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse, Central Baptist Hospital and Cricket Wireless. To learn more, call 288-2900.
Harmony Day School introduces Run of the Living Dead Harmony Day School, a Montessori program for Early Childhood, is holding an obstacle 5k Zombie Run at Equus Run Winery in beautiful Midway Oct, 26.
still present brain to cross the finish line with at least one wellness flag. Lose them all? Near certain death and near certain victory for the Living Dead.
During a Zombie Run, participants are not just running a race against the clock. They are running while dodging blood-thirsty, brain-starved zombies.
Additional wellness flags are hidden throughout the course, should a runner find them and keep them to the finish line and it will save their life.
These guys are hungry. I mean H-U-N-G-RY. We highly suggest racers dodge the zombies. Runners will be outfitted with a formflattering flag belt (think flag football). Each flag represents the participants’ wellness. Zombies – being brain suckers by nature – would like nothing more than to snatch those wellness flags and snack on some brains. Runners will need to be smart ... use speed, (zombies don’t move very fast due to a great deal of decomposition), strategy and their
After the race, participants will celebrate the best – and possibly last – night of their lives with live music, light snacks and tasty adult (or not adult) beverages. Sound like a crazy good time? We think so too. Come join the fun — as a runner, event sponsor, volunteer or zombie. To register and receive additional information about “Run of the Living Dead,” please visit www.harmonydayschool.com,
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Fright Nights promises big screams As dusk falls on Jacobson Park, the woods come alive with voices of creatures of the dark. So enter if you dare, but remember that there’s no turning back from the terror and horror that lie ahead! Fright Nights, Lexington’s newest haunted attraction, returns to Jacobson Park Thursdays through Sundays in October, including Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Halloween week. Fright Nights features three horrifying attractions spread out over 40 acres of the park including dark forest, zombie mayhem and the newest attraction, 13 doors. Rest assured that you’ll receive the scare of a lifetime! Tickets may be purchased at the Fright Nights ticket booth located at Jacobson Park beginning at 7 p.m. each night of operation. Ticket prices are $14 (one attraction), $20 (two attractions) and $24 (all three attractions). For an additional $6, patrons may purchase a rip speed pass, which will allow them to move to the front of the attraction line. Hours of operation
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the nature of the attractions an age limit of 13
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Bluegrass Youth Ballet presents Dia de los Muertos Bluegrass Youth Ballet presents Dia de los Muertos, a ballet about the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead.
and features over 100 BYB performers.
The performance depicts a fictional story of a small Mexican village who come together to remember the life and death of loved ones in a colorful and visual celebration with music, food, and dance.
Now in it’s 10th year, Bluegrass Youth Ballet, a non-profit organization, enhances lives by providing dance education to all youth in a positive environment through high quality training, innovative performances and cultural experiences.
The story is an original work written and choreographed by BYB founder and director, Adalhi Aranda Corn, with a lively variety of costumes and music that was recorded live in Mexico during Indian ceremonies. The ballet also includes a bilingual slide show of photos taken of Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico
Dia de los Muertos November 2 at 7:30 pm November 3 at 3:00 pm Lexington Opera House Tickets: 233-3535 Shows available for school groups: November 2 at 10 am and Noon Tickets $5.
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Please join us at The Baptist Church at Andover Yard Sale, Crafts/Vendors, Food, etc. Lots of bargains for everyone • Children Clothing • Adult Clothing • Household items and more… We are also going to have the following: • Several Humane Societies will setup and have dogs and cats available for adoption. • Refreshments for sale – coffee, drinks, hot dogs, chips, etc. • Bake Sale and Pumpkin Sale • Various vendors, such as: Premier, Bows-n-Bling, Dragonfly Designs, Scented Creations and More; Pink Zebra, Mary Kay, Yard Ornaments, Bird Feeders, Embroidery items, Bluegrass Barkery (free samples), Customized T-Shirts (as you wait), and more We have space available to rent for Vendors, Craft People, and Yard Sale Items – See the back for more details.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!
Yard Sale, Crafts, And Vendors Saturday October 13, 2012 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. 3330 Todds Rd. Lexington, KY 40509 If you have any questions, please call 859/420-4154
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Teri Hunt Director of Education and Master Stylist with Seasons Salon and Spa Teri Hunt was invited for the fifth year in a row to do hair in New York for Fashion Week 2012 which prevails 2013 designs.
FASHION WEEK 2012
Seasons Salon and Spa celebrates its sixth anniversary
We are Because of You
New York City
Seasons Salon and Spa is a full-service salon and spa offering safe pedicures where all techs are trained by a master pedicurist on sanitation procedures and nail and skin disorders as well as have knowledge on how to pedicure a diabetic client safely. Seasons offers several types of manicures
Teri Hunt Assistant Creative Director backstage at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City
and pedicures (specializing in pink and white acrylic nails), facials, microdermabrasion, peels, full body waxing and several types of massage services. Our hair stylists are also
Master Designer Instructor of the Volumetrics Haircutting System by Philip Pelusi
hair artists performing smoothing and straightening techniques
Master Stylist of the Year at Fashion Week 2010, Tela Design Studio, NY, NY
from weddings to proms to an evening out on the town.
as well as offering creative updo’s and styles for any occasion
Image Consultant Educator P2 Beauty Products/Tela Organic products by Philip Pelusi, Tela Design Studio NY, NY Creative Director for Susan G. Komen Couture for the Cure Photography of models by Debbie Savage
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Did you know? 2. 2. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa offers offers aa specialized specialized cutting cutting technique technique called called The THEVolumetric VOLUMETRICHair HAIRCutting CUTTINGSystem, SYSTEM, an an exclusive exclusive texture-driven texture-driven cutting cutting system system that that allows allows stylists stylists to to control control each each client’s client’s natural natural body body and and hair hair fabric? fabric? 3. 3. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa offers offers certified certified USDA USDA organic ORGANIC hair hair and and body body care care products products and and services services (includ(including ing organic organic keratin keratin treatment treatment for for hair hair and and organic organic manicure manicure and and pedicures)? pedicures)?
10. Did 10. Did you you know know you you can can purchase purchase gift GIFT certificates CERTIFICATES from from our our website? website? 11. 11. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa offers offers Skill SKILL Center CENTER Night NIGHT WednesWednesdays days from from 55 p.m. p.m. until until 99 p.m.? p.m.? This This is is supervised supervised training training for for our our new new talent talent — — color color and and hilights hilights are are 40 40 percent percent off, off, and and haircuts haircuts are are $17.95 $17.95 12. 12. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa was was the the only only salon salon in in Kentucky Kentucky to to be be feafeatured tured in in Ellle ELLLE magazine magazine as as the the best best hairhaircut cut in in Kentucky? Kentucky?
5. 5. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa employees employees the the only only Certified CERTIFIED Master MASTER Pedicurist PEDICURIST in in Lexington? Lexington?
14. 14. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon was was voted voted best BEST massage MASSAGE by by ACE ACE Weekly Weekly magazine? magazine?
6. 6. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa has has aa Beauty BEAUTY on ON a A Budget BUDGET day day every every Sunday Sunday when when you you can can receive receive one one service service at at 30 30 percent percent off? off?
15. 15. Did Did you you know know Seasons Seasons Salon Salon and and Spa Spa was was voted voted best BEST spa SPA by by aa Lexington Lexington HerHerald ald Leader Leader readers’ readers’ poll? poll?
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Introducing On Deck with Cody Decker
A new column about Hamburg’s happenings
With all of that being said, my goal was to establish some sort of merit, to show that I live, sometimes work and play right here in Hamburg just like the person who decided to pick this copy of The Hamburg Journal up and read it today. So I see and hear all of the rumors and hopes of new shops and restaurants making their way here almost every day. With each new branch of business that’s speculated I grow eager to see if it pans out and hopeful that we in the Hamburg area will have one more attraction to add to our repertoire; this amuses me that I can go from a tiny town like I did, to here with 10 times the options to entertain myself during my down time, yet still be wishful that more is still to come.
Growing up in the small town of Monticello, I always lived with the allure of something bigger. The idea that yeah, this town was livable and offered enough for me to get by, but I wanted, almost felt as if I needed more. So I fixed that issue and headed north to the city I call home today, Lexington. Since being here in Lexington I’ve tried to dabble in what this city has to offer in all areas: Tates Creek, downtown, Hamburg, etc. It’s easy to say that each of them had their own unique sights and sounds to offer, but one area in particular pulled me in and made me keep coming back. With it’s easily navigated traffic and offering all the choices of shops and restaurants you could ask for, Hamburg felt like a town all its own. Nestled perfectly between some of Lexington’s main arteries of roads and the interstate, its location was ideal to branch out and venture anywhere else you may want to go in just minutes. To me, it felt like a city inside a city, giving me that at-home small town feel, with much more than home could ever offer.
Now, my weekends never quite seem complete unless I make my normal rounds through some of my favorite Hamburg shops and restaurants. A normal Saturday or Sunday, sometimes even both, consists of me waking up, realizing that it is in fact the weekend and I don’t have to rush to get dressed for work, taking my time brewing a pot of coffee, relaxing with my Dalmatian outside and then heading down Old Todds Rd. to Liberty, then Star Shoot, a right on Ogden straight to my second home, Half Price Books. By far, HP ranks as my most visited and most loved shop in Hamburg, but that’s because I’m a bookworm, movie buff and vinyl record collector all rolled into one. So I couldn’t ask for much more. After dragging my girlfriend around for about an hour in HP, we venture off to the clothing shops, shoe stores, craft stores and pretty much every other store you can physically pass by in a day’s time on foot. We make the most of it every time and after almost two years, it still hasn’t lost its luster.
But hey, I guess that’s human nature right? We seem to always want more. So that’s why month to month I’m going to be bringing you the what’s what of the business creation/ideas, new housing development or just old stores trying something new in Lexington’s fastest growing community. Sometimes my words may be fact, straight from a contractor’s mouth, or other times they could be strictly word of mouth ideas or rumors I’ve picked up just by being out and about. Nevertheless, I will cite the difference and try to keep you up to date on whether what so and so said was going in here or what that new construction site is on Sir Barton has some truth behind it or is just a bunch of poppycock. This month’s new business news will be a little short because of my previous rambling, but I always like to introduce myself before getting down to business. Onward, though, I’m sure all of you have noticed the dozing of the big plot of dirt next to Sportsman’s Warehouse, Kentucky.com states that new construction is breaking ground for Lexington’s first Hobby Lobby store. This is great news for the extreme crafters and Etsy fans alike considering the nearest Hobby Lobby stores are located in Richmond and Nicholasville. The store itself will be roughly 55,000 square
feet and couldn’t have been placed in a better location. I’m sure typically on a weekend shopping trip, families usually have to drop Dad off at Sportsman’s Warehouse, split up for hours and then meet back up, ultimately with one side or the other upset at the lack of haste the other showed in finishing their shopping. Now, however, with Hobby Lobby going in right next door, families can part ways in the parking lot and meet back together just the same, ultimately giving more family time and hopefully less stress. Also for those who are curious as to what is being done with the old Dawahare’s spot, two fashion stores are going to become the new occupants — a Versona Accessories and Altar’d State, a community and Christian-based company, which along with Versona, is making its Lexington debut with their new tenancy in Hamburg. The next several months are looking very promising for change and expansion to the ever-growing Hamburg area. With Costco going in at the corner of Man O’ War and Polo Club boulevards, I say that in passing because the news has been out on Costco for quite some time, it will automatically give more space and opportunity to fill the gaps between it and the primary Hamburg shopping area. So try your best to get used to seeing bare frame structures and catching the unmistakable whiff of freshly cut wood in the air for the foreseeable future, but don’t fret it will all be worth it in the end. Month to month, I will be here to hopefully answer what questions may have risen due to new talks of this or that and ride this expansion train out as long as it takes. Until next month, let’s take it all in and be proud to be part of what I consider the best community in Lexington.
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Central Baptist receives Women’s Choice Award for Patient Experience For the second year, Central Baptist Hos-
“From our first birth less than two hours
pital has received the Women’s Choice
after we opened on Mother’s Day 1954,
Award from WomenCertified® distin-
this hospital has been dedicated to be-
guishing it as one of the 2012 America’s
ing a facility that women could rely on
Best Hospitals for Patient Experience.
to provide the most comprehensive care
throughout their lifetimes,” said William
The award is based on criteria that con-
G. Sisson, President/CEO of Central
sider female patient satisfaction and
Baptist Hospital. “We consider it a privi-
what women say they want from a hospi-
lege to provide women’s services that are
tal including quality physician commu-
as special and unique as the women we
nications, responsiveness of nurses and
support staff, cleanliness and trusted re-
ferrals from other women. WomenCer-
The Women’s Choice Award signals that
tified represents the collective voice of
a hospital meets high standards regard-
female consumers and is a trusted refer-
ing a woman’s preferences, and the dis-
ral source for top businesses and brands
tinction allows women to make an in-
identified as meeting the needs and pref-
formed decision about where to go for
erences of women.
care for themselves or their family.
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Central Baptist Hospital to host A Walk to Remember Central Baptist Hospital will sponsor A Walk to Remember Oct. 14 to observe National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. The walk, to be held at 2 p.m. at the Lexington Cemetery at 833 West Main Street, is dedicated to the approximately 935,000 babies who die each year through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and newborn death. The event also symbolically joins all the people nationwide who are working to raise awareness of perinatal grief and ensure that sensitive care is given to parents who experience the death of a baby.
Participants are asked to arrive at 1:30 p.m. for registration. Parking will be around Section C and the Henry Clay Memorial. Planned activities include a welcoming address, a 1-mile walk, a poetry reading, recognition of infants and an opportunity for parents to share. The walk will be held rain or shine. Â Those who plan to participate are asked to RSVP to Deborah Mueller at (859) 260-6904 or email dmueller@bhsi. com.
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Dealership donates car to the Hope Center 2012 Ford Escape from Paul Miller Ford to be raffled Nov. 15 at Ball Homes Night of Hope Tickets are on sale now for the chance to win a Kentucky Built 2013 Ford Escape. There will be only 1,200 tickets sold for $100 each and the drawing will take place at the Ball Homes Night of Hope November 15 at 8:30 pm. “The car raffle is a much needed fund-raiser for the Hope Center, especially with our programs being in such a demand at this time. The support of Paul Miller Ford is appreciated and much needed,” said Cecil Dunn, executive director of the Hope Center. The donated Escape has a value of nearly $24,000 MSRP and gets 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg highway. The Escape color is tuxedo black with a charcoal interior. Tickets can be purchased at www.hopectr.org or at the Privett Center at 250 West Loudon on Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. “Community and corporate support given by companies such as Paul Miller Ford allows us to serve the homeless, addicted and mentally ill of Lexington,” said Cecil Dunn.
“We are proud to have Paul Miller Autogroup support such an important community program,” said J.P. Miller Jr., general manager and vice president of Paul Miller Ford. “Paul Miller is committed to improving our community and are excited to support the Hope Center in its efforts to care for Lexington”. Hope Center provides emergency shelter, food and clothing 365 days a year to help the homeless and those with addiction and mental health issues, get off the street and stay off the street. To meet those needs, the Hope Center has programs that deal with recovery from addiction (for men and
women), mental health issues, employment assistance, transitional housing, social services, a free health clinic, permanent housing and the Hope Mobile (mobile outreach). The Hope Center provides more than 38,000 meals, 24,000 nights of lodging, 800 health care services, and 4,000 articles of clothing each month. See www.hopectr.orgfor more information. Paul Miller has been serving Kentuckians since 1953, thriving under the same ownership for more than 6 decades and three generations. Paul Miller offers a great selection of vehicles from Ford and Mazda, as well as numerous certified pre-owned makes and models in the Paul Miller AutoOutlets in Lexington and Winchester. With its Fortune Commercial Collision and QuickLane service departments servicing all makes and models six days a week and Fortune Collision Centres located in Lexington, Frankfort, Nicholasville, Georgetown and Winchester,Paul Miller is dedicated to providing exceptional service to our customers each and every time.
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BLACKFORD PKY 3260, $252,000
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Throughout October Fright Nights at Jacobson Park (8–11 pm, Thursday, October 4, 11, 18 & 25 and Sunday, October 7, 14, 21 & 28 and October 29, 30 & 31; 8 pm– midnight, Friday, October 5, 12, 19 & 26 and Saturday, October 6, 13, 20 & 27, Jacobson Park)–Fright Nights at Jacobson Park returns again this Halloween and promises to be scarier than ever. Spread across 40 acres, patrons can enjoy three different attractions: the Dark Forest, Zombie Mayhem and 13 Doors. There is no age limit; however, we strongly encourage all parents/ guardians to not bring their children under the age of 13. Additionally, patrons are not allowed to wear costumes. Prices are as follows: $14 for one venue, $20 for two venues and $24 for all three venues. There are no refunds. This event takes place from 8–11 pm on Thursday and Sunday nights as well as Halloween week (October 29–31). It is open from 8 pm–midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. For more information visitwww.lexingtonhauntedhouse. com.
October 1-November 5 Youth Basketball Registration Youth Basketball Registration (Registration October 1–November 5)–Parks & Recreation offers a youth basketball league for boys and girls ages 5–15. (Player’s age as of November 30, 2012.) Leagues offered include Co-Rec. Little Dribblers (5 & 6), Co-Rec. Training (7–9) and Co-Rec. Junior Varsity (Boys & Girls 13–15). Players may register as a returning player for a team in their current age division if they have previously played for that team in that age division. All other players register as a new player and will be assigned to a team. The registration fee is $55 per participant – uniform and practice facility rental cost not included. Indi-
viduals may register online, by mail or in person. Additional information on registration and league locations is available at www.lexingtonky.gov/parks or by calling 288-2919.
October 2 Production of 8 Tuesday, Oct 2, 6:30 pm, Kentucky Theater, Production of “8”, $8 Tuesday, Oct 2, 8:30 pm, The Black Box Theater, After “8” The Cast Party, $100 which includes a ticket to the Production of “8”. Kentucky Theatre / 214 East Main Street.
Computer Basics Bootcamp 5:30 p.m. at the Carnegie Center. carnegiecenterlex.org/workshops/ computers. Contact Jessica Mohler at 859.254.4175.
October 4 Discovery Nights The Living Arts & Science Center presents Discovery Nights Thursday, Oct. 4 from 6-8 p.m. at 362 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. Go to www.LASCLEX.org for more information.
Physics Fun! Physics fun for all ages! Join the LASC and the University of Kentucky Physics Department as we explore the physics behind building, designing, and experimenting! Complete a variety of fun, physics challenges during this unique evening of hands-on science! How can something both float and sink? Find out as you build your own simple submarine in a bottle. Curved mirrors make things look funny. How can you use them to make reflections look correct? Have fun exploring all of these challenges – and more! Oct. 4 from 6-8 p.m.
Michael Winslow Comedian The man of 10,000 sound effects! Mi-
chael, a master of vocal gymnastics, can imitate over 1000 sound effects using his voice alone. Whether he is recreating the frenzy of Jimi Hendrix playing the guitar, or the roar of a jet plane, his talent is truly remarkable and his versatility admirable and enjoyable for all ages! Also appearing: TBA and Scott Wilson. Tickets are $14. Time: 7:15 pm. at Comedy Off Broadway.
Thursday Night Live presents Chris Campbell Band Free public concert in the park. Enjoy beverages and food from local restaurants. FREE admission. Food and beverages are available for purchase on a cash basis. 4:30-7:30 p.m. Fifth Third Pavilion at Cheapside Park.
October 5 Putting Your Best Foot Forward Putting Your Best Foot Forward is an arts business seminar for emerging and professional artists. The seminar will be held Friday, Oct. 5 from 9:45 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea. This one-day workshop will feature arts professionals presenting sessions on:· preparing to talk to buyers and galleries – pricing, marketing and packaging;· marketing your art business beyond your local community; artistto-artist talk on thinking outside the box with your marketing. No registration fee required but you must register to attend.
Yates Elementary School Fall Carnival Yates Elementary School Fall Carnival will be held Oct. 5 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 695 East New Circle Rd. Fall carnival is open to the public. Games, food and inflatables. Fun for the whole family!
tion, game room, cake walks and tons of food.
Beatlemania Magic: A Tribute to the Beatles $20 per person. 8 p.m. For information call 1-800-765-7464. 8 p.m.Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, Renfro Valley
Keeneland: Fall Stars Weekend Keeneland’s 2012 Fall Race meeting starts Friday, October 5 and ends Saturday, October 27 with no racing on Monday or Tuesday. All day
Kentucky Bach Choir Fall Concert, Lexington SING A NEW SONG! Featuring works by MASTER COMPOSERS from the 16th -21st century: CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI, HENRY PURCELL, BOB CHILCOTT, EDWARD BAIRSTOW, HANS LEO HASSLER, HUGO DISTLER, GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL & JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Tickets at the door: $20 Adults; $15 Seniors (65+); $10 Students (w/ID). 10/5/2012 at 7:30 pm. First Presbyterian Church, 174 N. Mill St, Lexington, KY
The Phantom of the Opera Tickets are $40, $60, and $75 general admission and $20 for students. UK Opera Theatre (859) 233-3535. 7:30 pm. Lexington Opera House
October 6 10th Annual BUDDY WALK This event raises money for the Down Syndrome Association of Central Ky to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome. 9:30am Registration and family activities, 11am
ACE Fall Carnival
1-mile walk, 12n Lunch and Stage
The Athens Chilesburg Elementary (ACE) Fall Carnival will be held Friday, October 5, 6-9 p.m. It’s open to the public. There will be games, inflatables, face painting, a magician, silent auc-
Show. $15 per person. Register at www. dsack.org 9:30am-2pm. Thoroughbred Center, 3380 Paris Pike, Lexington. Continued to page 28
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“Improving Smiles One Patient at a Time!” Specializing in Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
KIDS’ DAY October 15, 2012
in celebration of National Dental Health Month
DOOR PRIzES Toys R Us and McDonald’s Gift Certificates, Games, Balloons, and Food All Day Make your appointment today. Hurry — Space is limited.
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National College is proud to recognize Paragon Family Health as a Partner in Education. The award is given to employers in the region who work in partnership with the Hamburg campus and provide students with externships as well as employment opportunities within their company. National College appreciates everyone at Paragon Family Health for providing service and opportunities to students and graduates. Pictured left to right: Â Paragon Owner/CEO â€“ AnnGiles, National College Campus Director- Kimberly Thomasson, Career Center Director- Cheryl Howell, and Human Resources Director Terra Elliott Photo by Earlane Cox
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16th Annual Race for the Cure The Komen Race for the Cure Series raises significant funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer, celebrates breast cancer survivorship, and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease. Contact the Lexington Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for more info. Activities begin at 8am, Downtown Lexington at Centre Pointe.
Bike Prom - Bike to the Future Grab your favorite robot and come to the 5th Annual Bike Prom to benefit the Living Arts & Science Center. Space up you and your bike, and meet at the LASC for pre-prom refreshments and registration. Then race (or ride) with your “dance card” and end at Atomic Cafe. 5:30 reg/6:30 start. Living Arts & Science Center.
October 6 and 7 THE 20 Oct. 6, 7-11 p.m. An invitation-only live auction of fine art, The 20 is an immersive art experience for serious collectors. Honored guests will have the opportunity to bid on 20 pieces of work by internationally exhibited artists that is valued $2,500 to $10,000. Featuring live performances, fine food and invigorating libations, The 20 is an art showcase unlike any other in Lexington. For information or to inquire about an invitation, call 859-254-7024.
Blessing of the Animals In Honor of Saint Francis, owners bring their pets to be blessed. 3:00 pm. The Church of the Good Shepherd, 533 East Main Street, at Bell Court.
Cemetery Civil War Walking Tour The Mary Todd Lincoln House will host
a guided tour of Lexington Cemetery, featuring Civil War era monuments and graves, including the Todd family plot. Approximately 1.5 hours. Cost is $10. Not recommended for children. Space is limited. Call Gwen at 859-233-9999 for reservations. 2:00PM. Lexington Cemetery.
October 7 Fall Wildflowers of Raven Run (1 pm, Sunday, October 7, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–Come out to Raven Run and enjoy the beautiful colors of the fall season. This program will focus on the meadows which are carpeted in fall wildflowers. Learn about fascinating insect interactions and folklore connected to these plants. This program offers great photographic opportunities. To register for the program or for additional information, call Raven Run at 272-6105.
October 8 Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour Every Monday night join Michael Johnathon and guests for a taping of Kentucky’s only live syndicated radio show. Audience seating between 6:15 and 6:45 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets $10 for adults, $5 with a student ID. 214 E. Main Street. Park free in the City Annex parking garage on Main Street just down from the theater. Check the website for holiday dates and to verify shows and guests. (859)2528888. www.woodsongs.com, Kentucky Theater.
October 9 History to Chew On (6–8 pm, Tuesday, October 9, McConnell Springs)–Pack your brown bag dinner and join us at McConnell Springs for the final “History to Chew On” in the 2012 series. This month’s topic is “Frederick Douglass – from slave to
Lincoln advisor” and will be presented by Michael Crutcher. The event is free but registration is requested as seating is limited. Soft drinks and water will be provided. For more information or to register, call McConnell Springs at 225-4073.
October 10 Lincoln’s Lexington Downtown Walking Tour The walking tour includes locations relevant to Mrs. Lincoln’s childhood, Lexington history and African American history. Time: 6 pm. Cost: $10. Reservations required. Tour starts at the Mary Todd Lincoln House, 578 West Main Street. (859)233-9999, www. mtlhouse.org,
October 11 Health and Wellness Expo National College will hosts its annual ‘Health and Wellness Expo’ on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11th from 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at 2376 Sir Barton Way in Hamburg. We will have a variety of FREE health screenings, fitness, exercise, weight-loss, and other healthy lifestyle displays on hand. The event is FREE and OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
Central Bank Thursday Night Live Every Thursday evening come to Cheapside Park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm for beverages, food from local restaurants and of course, great music by Live bands! Admission is FREE. Downtown.. (859)425-2590 www.downtownlex.com/tnl-bands, Cheapside Park.
7 pm to 10 pm. Tickets: $20. 166 Market Street. (859)266-8581. www. henryclay.org. Christ Church Cathedral.
Stargazing (7 pm, Saturday, October 13, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–View the night sky through a variety of telescopes provided by the Bluegrass Amateur Astronomy Club. Far from the city lights, Raven Run is an excellent place to see planets, nebulae, galaxies and the Milky Way. For more information on this free program, contact Raven Run at 272-6105.
October 12-October 14 Athens Schoolhouse Antique Show The Antique Show features thousands of square feet of antiques and collectibles under one roof with over 70 carefully screened dealers. Show hours: Friday & Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday Noon-5 pm. Admission: $2 for all 3 days, children under 12 Free. 6270 Athens Walnut Hill. (859)255-7309 www.antiqueskentucky.com. AthensBoonesboro Schoolhouse
October 13 The 200 Art Auction Oct. 13, 7-11 p.m. Lexington Art League at Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.). The 200, a fund-raising exhibition of 200 original works of art, culminates in a fast-paced art auction in the style of a reverse raffle where everyone who holds an auction ticket wins a piece of art from the exhibition. General admission to the auction, which includes heavy hors d¹oeuvres,
refreshments, live entertainment and
Civil War Ball
the opportunity to bid on silent auc-
This is a chance to learn to dance
tion packages, is $40 / $75 per couple
to the music of the day! Civil War
($30 / $60 for LAL Members); Auc-
dances and music by Lexington Vin-
tion tickets are $200 and are limited.
tage Dance in the ballroom of Christ Church Cathedral where Henry Clay attended from 1847 to 1852. Please wear Civil War clothing or formal attire. Reservations required. Time:
To preview the art included in the auction or silent auction items, visit www.lexingtonartleague.org. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 859-254-7024.
October 2012 October 19 MOMS Club of Lexington East meeting MOMS Club will meet Friday, October 19 at 10 a.m. at Crossroads Christian Church. MOMS Club is a support group for area at-home moms. Visitors are welcome. Contact email@example.com or 859-955-0056.
Therapeutic Recreation Fall Dance (6–9 pm, Friday, October 19, Tates Creek Recreation Center)–Individuals aged 13 years & over are invited to join us for our Therapeutic Recreation Fall Dance. Enjoy an evening of dancing, music, refreshments and more. The theme is “Oldies” so be sure to come dressed in costume. The cost is $5 per person, payable at the door. For more information on the fall dance or other therapeutic recreation programs, call 288-2908.
October 20 - November 25 Approach Oct. 20-Nov. 25 at the Lexington Art League at Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.). Approach is an exhibition exploring situations of separateness and/or the search for harmony as a theme in performance art. Works in this show focus on engagement with self, the audience and/or the surrounding environment and will exist within the genre of performance art, video or photographic documentation of performative actions/works. The exhibition is juried by Rae Goodwin, director of Art Foundations at the University of Kentucky. For more info, visit www.lexingtonartleague.org or call 859-254-7024.
October 26 4TH Friday opening celebration Oct. 26, 6-9 p.m. at Lexington Art League at Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.). Join LAL at historic Loudoun House for the final 4th Friday of the 2012 season. Lexington’s favorite art and happy hour gets extra creative this month with a Halloween bash inspired
www.hamburgjournal.com by the performance art of Approach, an exhibition exploring situations of separateness and the search for harmony. Enjoy refreshments and light appetizers, live music and interactive art. Supported by WUKY, Where NPR Rocks at 91.3FM. $7 (Free for LAL Members). Info at www.lexingtonartleague.org under the Events tab, or call 859-254-7024.
October 20 Junior Naturalist Birds of Prey (11 am–noon, Saturday, October 20, McConnell Springs)–Youth ages 10 and younger are invited to come out to McConnell Springs for their Junior Naturalist program. This month participants can find out what birds of prey really eat!
October 25 Central Bank Thursday Night Live Enjoy the last Thursday Night Live of the season! 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm enjoy beverages, food from local restaurants and of course, great music by live bands! Admission is FREE. Downtown. (859)425-2590. www.downtownlex.com/tnl-bands. Cheapside Park
October 26 Halloween Walk at Raven Run (7 & 9 pm, Friday, October 26, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, Registration is required.)–Join naturalist Brian Perry this Halloween and explore the mysteries of the natural world. Travel down darkened trails in search of unusual plants and animals. Enjoy the annual “Parade of Pumpkins.” Hear ghost stories as you tour the grounds of the historic home and examine the unusual cabinet of curiosities. Enjoy free refreshments and explore the wonders of our new nature center. There will be free spooky prizes for all young participants. Space is limited and pre-registration is required for admittance to this program. When calling to register, please be prepared to choose one time to attend. For more information or to register, call Raven Run at 272-6105.
October 27 Little Goblins Galore (11 am–4 pm, Saturday, October 27, McConnell Springs)–Little Goblins ages 12 and under can enjoy the Halloween season with fewer scares at Little Goblins Galore. Youth are encouraged to wear their Halloween costume as they trick-or-treat along a trail filled with friendly characters. In addition, there will be a petting zoo, carnival games and special entertainment. Food and soft drinks will be available for purchase throughout the day. The admission fee is $5 per child with parents/ guardians admitted for free. Little Goblins is brought to you by Parks & Recreation, Kroger, Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse, Central Baptist Hospital and Cricket Wireless. To learn more, call 288-2900.
4th Annual Kentucky Proud Incredible Food Show Food Network star Tyler Florence is this year’s Celebrity Chef! Also enjoy the Marketplace featuring over 100 exhibitors selling specialty food products, attend seminars, cooking demonstrations, workshops and much more! Time: 9 am. Tickets: $15 General Admission. Children 12 and under Free. 430 West Vine Street. (859)233-3535 . www.incrediblefoodshow.com. Lexington Convention Center/Rupp Arena
October 28 Thriller Parade & Halloween Extravaganza (7 pm, Sunday, October 28, downtown Lexington – Rain Date: Monday, October 29) Zombies return to haunt downtown Lexington once again on Sunday, October 28! The downtown Halloween celebration will get started at 6 pm with fall foods, Halloween festivities and performances at CentrePointe. This year marks the 12th anniversary of the annual live performance of Michael Jackson’s groundbreaking video “Thriller” which will be held at 8:30 pm. The undead will start out at the Kentucky Theatre and proceed down Main Street to Mill
Hamburg Journal8 29 Street performing their “Thriller” routine numerous times along the way followed by a parade of additional Halloween fun. An after party will take place at the Fifth-Third Pavilion at Cheapside Park with the crowning of the zombie king and queen. You won’t want to miss out on all the fun! Those who wish to participate in the “Thriller” reenactment should contact Mecca Live at 254-9790. For additional information, call 288-2925. In the event of inclement weather, this event will take place at 7 pm on Monday, October 29.
October 29 Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour Every Monday night join Michael Johnathon and guests for a taping of Kentucky’s only live syndicated radio show. Audience seating between 6:15 and 6:45 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets $10 for adults, $5 with a student ID. 214 E. Main Street. Park free in the City Annex parking garage on Main Street just down from the theater. Check the website for holiday dates and to verify shows and guests. (859)2528888. www.woodsongs.com. Location: Kentucky Theater
Cabinet of Natural Curiosities (2 pm, Sunday, October 28, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–This year we are offering a daytime version of our favorite Halloween Program which is geared towards adults and older children. Join naturalist Brian Perry this Halloween and explore the mysteries of the natural world. The main portion of this program is our unusual cabinet of curiosities, complete with stories from the collector himself. For more information, call 272-6105.
October 31 Harvest Celebration Harvest Celebration will be held Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m. at the Baptist Church at Andover. Everyone is welcome for food, fun, games and door prizes. Trunk of Treats starts at 6:45 p.m.
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Julie Swindler, MD Board Certified Bariatrician
IT’S It’s Time TIME Now NOW
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tress, common to everyone, affects
just because it’s available. Forgetting the
much easier to follow this through, but
people psychologically, physically
calories eaten throughout the day when
make sure to include these options at work,
and biochemically. Metabolically,
stressed or otherwise stimulated to eat, I
also. In the time that you switch from food
increased stress causes an increase in hor-
call Calorie Amnesia. The cure for Calorie
to your Replacement option, you’ve broken
mone levels. When cortisol levels are too
Amnesia that I tell my patients is The Three
the craving, and usually saved at least 250
high, the body tries to defend itself and
R’s—Recognition, Reminder and Replace-
calories each time.
starts to store fat, most commonly in the
ment. The Recognition is first in under-
midsection of the body. We now know that
standing yourself and your responses. The
A common Replacement is diet soda.
central weight gain increases our risk for
best way to know is to keep a food journal
Whenever sugar is taken into the body,
heart disease and stroke, and is much more
for about a week, writing down everything
insulin is produced. We now know that
metabolically active. Unfortunately, there’s
you eat before it’s eaten, including when
insulin increases hunger. Due to the high
no proven medical therapy to decrease
you’re eating. If you suffer from Calorie
amounts of artificial sweeteners in these
cortisol levels. Even though the theory be-
Amnesia, waiting to write it down at the
drinks, they trick the body into think-
hind advertised products to reduce cortisol
end of the day will likely result in forget-
ing it’s real sugar. Insulin levels go up, and
is correct, it’s not really been proven that
ting some items. At the end of the week,
hunger increases. Usually, since hunger has
levels are decreased, which is why I don’t
review the information so you can analyze
increased, you’ll end up eating the saved
recommend those types of therapies at my
your patterns. Chances are you’ll recognize
calories later on. Sodas that contain real
clinic. Instead, find some type of stress re-
some, but there will probably be others pat-
sugar, taken in large quantities, can increase
lief technique that works for you. That will
terns not previously recognized.
the risk of diabetes. There is debate that large amounts of artificial sweetener intake
slowly decrease the cortisol levels, helping yourself metabolically.
The main point of the Recognition stage is
can have the same end result.
to see what your patterns are so you can see The second way that I see people respond
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the damage that’s being done.
saved around 500 calories; done throughout
under stress is that our hands begin moving. A natural response is to grab food and
The second “R” is Reminder. Wherever
a week, that’s a pound of fat, which means
munch, indulging the mechanical urge. An
snacks are stored, put some type of bright,
that over a month there’s 4-5 extra pounds
alternative is to keep them busy with some
obnoxious reminder that only you know the
off without changing anything in your diet.
other non-food-related process, such as
significance of to remind you before you
squeezing a stress ball. If still anxious and
eat. Pause and ask yourself if you’re really
Stress may well be the Number One reason,
feeling the need to be eating, get some raw
hungry. If you are hungry, choose some-
as adults, that our weight continues to rise.
veggies to munch on. I have not had a pa-
thing nutritious over empty calories. At
Identify the stressful situation. If unable
tient yet that’s had a medical problem with
home or work, plan for nutritional backup
to leave it, find some way to reduce your
eating too much celery or carrots.
with a protein food. Snack foods left sitting
reaction. Exercise is a great way to reduce
around need to be addressed. Set a time
stress, increasing endorphin levels; even
There’s a huge psychological component
for disposal. If you really want to have a
a ten-minute brisk walk will help. Yoga,
with stress. Since the moment we were
couple of pieces, check the calorie count
meditation, deep breathing exercises,
born, food has been ingrained as a reward,
and decide if it’s worth it. Calorie Counter
staying in the present instead of the past
a comfort; it’s what keeps us alive, it’s
books are available not only at MBL, but
or future…all these are effective ways to
nurturing. Babies experience stress, show it
also at most bookstores and on-line sites
by crying and somebody responds, usu-
such as sparkpeople.com or caloriecounter.
ally, with some type of food. This starts on
For more non-surgical weight loss ideas, contact Medical Bariatrics of Lexington at
Day One, then it goes into reward, such as
Doing the Three R’s twice a day, you’ve
birthday cake or celebrating a promotion.
If you’re eating out of stress when not
This constantly happens, and has become
hungry, then you need to use the third “R”
part of society’s way. Celebrate an event by
of Replacement. Replace the urge to eat
getting a new outfit, see a movie, or go do
with a different activity. Find ten things
something different to celebrate.
that you enjoy doing, both at home and
For more information on Medical Bariatrics
work, that take ten minutes or less to do.
of Lexington, call (859) 263-SLIM (7546) or
Another thing, psychologically, is when we
Walking spurts or deep breathing exercises
visit us online at www.lexingtonkyweightloss.
eat food that we don’t really need or want,
are particularly effective. Home is obviously
- Julie E. Swindler, M.D.
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