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

With The Guidelines-Stroke program receive a higher quality of care and may experience better outcomes,” said Lee H. Schwamm, M.D., chair of the Get With The Guidelines National Steering Committee and director of

Seniors invited to take part in government intern program

lexingtonky.gov and go to the fun guide button located

Fayette County residents 50 and older are invited to learn

letic programs, cultural arts/special events, camps and an

more about their local government by enrolling in the 2013 Senior Intern Program. The program, which is free, offers seniors the opportunity to talk with key decision makers in city government participate in class activities and visit several government facilities. Several sessions are devoted to field trips to outlying government operations that include the Corrections, Emergency Operation Center Fire & Emergency Services, the Division of Police and others. This year’s program will be held June 10- June 14.  The program concludes with the annual Alumni Luncheon/Graduation.  Space is limited to the first 45 eligible people who apply.  Only those people who have not previously attended may attend. If interested, contact Kristy Stambaugh at: 200 E. Main Street, 3rd Floor Room 328, Lexington, KY 40507, 859-258-3806 or email kstambaug@lexingtonky.gov.

Woman’s clug hosting 50 Years of Celebrating the Bluegrass

on the home page.

the TeleStroke and Acute Stroke Services at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Mass.  

The Fun Guide contains a listing for a wide variety of athabundance of park facilities for aquatic, golf, nature-loving and picnicking enthusiasts. This booklet also includes important information on how citizens can easily register online for numerous athletic leagues and activities as well as reserve picnic shelters. “After a long, cold winter, we are all looking forward to the warm months ahead and to making plans for the summer,” said Jerry Hancock, director of Lexington Parks & Recreation. “We want everyone to review the Fun Guide and take advantage of the many family-friendly, cost-effective programs the city has to offer throughout the year.”   Lexington residents may obtain a copy of the Fun Guide at any Parks facility including community centers, golf pro shops, McConnell Springs, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, the Bell House, Lexington Senior Center and Parks offices. Program information is also available on the Parks & Recreation website at www.lexingtonky.gov/parks. For more information on the 2013 Fun Guide, contact Lexington Parks & Recreation at 288-2900.

Suburban Woman’s Club of Lexington is having a fund-

Saint Joe hospitals receive blue Distinction Center+ for quality and efficiency

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield has named Saint Joseph Hospital as a Blue Distinction Center+ in Spine Surgery and named Saint Joseph East, both part of KentuckyOne Health, a Blue Distinction Center in Spine Surgery and Knee and Hip Replacement. The Blue Distinction Centers for Specialty Care® program is a national designation awarded to medical facilities that have demonstrated expertise in delivering quality specialty care – which expanded recently to include more robust quality measures focused on improved patient health and safety, as well as new cost-efficiency measures. Since 2006, consumers, medical providers and employers have relied on the Blue Distinction program to identify hospitals delivering quality care in Bariatric Surgery, Cardiac Care, Complex and Rare Cancers, Knee and Hip Replacements, Spine Surgery, and Transplants. The selection criteria used to evaluate facilities were developed with input from the medical community and include general quality and safety metrics plus program specific metrics.  Saint Joseph Hospital and Saint Joseph East are

dinner and silent auction to benefit our projects and char-

Baptist Health Lexington honored for stroke care

ities including The Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program

Baptist Health Lexington has received the Get With The

and Kentucky Pink Connection. It will be held on Friday,

Guidelines®–Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement

“Saint Joseph Hospital and Saint Joseph East have long

June 7 at The Kentucky Room at Keeneland. The program

Award from the American Heart Association. The award

been a leader in the region for superior surgery and

includes: “Meet and Greet”/ Silent Auction - 5:30 p.m.;

recognizes Baptist Health Lexington’s commitment and

care. We are excited to be recognized as a Blue Distinction

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success in implementing a higher standard of care by en-

Center of Excellence for Spine Surgery and Knee and Hip

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suring that stroke patients receive treatment according to

Replacement,” said Chris Bowe, vice president of Ortho-

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that Baptist Health Lexington has been recognized with a

kyOne Health, we are proud to provide the region’s most

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advanced care for Total Knee and Hip Replacement and

Spine surgery. The staff and partner physicians integrate

Get With The Guidelines–Stroke helps Baptist Health

the latest technology, patient education and compassion

Lexington’s staff develop and implement acute and sec-

to provide the highest quality Spine Surgery in the safest

The 2013 Parks & Recreation Fun Guide is now available

ondary prevention guideline processes to improve patient

environment. We are honored to be named a Blue Dis-

online. Residents should visit the city’s website atwww.

care and outcomes. The quick and efficient use of guide-

tinction Center of Excellence.”

raiser, “50 Years of Celebrating the Bluegrass”, which is a

2013 Parks & Recreation Fun Guide available online

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Christy Stucker Mrs. USA Globe 2005 Impact after the crash

decision making for driving when it comes to the consumption of alcohol. The documentary takes viewers back to that fateful night — in-

On 5/14/88, a youth group and four adult chaperones from the Assembly of God Church in Radcliff, KY boarded their church bus and headed to Kings Island theme park. At 10:55

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p.m., Larry Wayne Mahoney, a drunk driver in a pickup truck traveling the wrong direction on an interstate highway in Carroll County collided head-on with the bus. The initial crash was exacerbated when the gasoline from the ruptured fuel tank of the bus ignited immediately blocking the front loading door. Difficulties encountered by the victims attempt-

as struggle and hope. The film offers a stirring

On Sunday morning 5/15/88, I awoke to national news programs detailing what still is the worst drunken-driving related accident in U.S. history. At 10 years old, I realized that the children lost and injured were Kentuckians exactly my age. This recognition has had an effect on my choices and outlook since that moment. 5/14/2013 marks the 25th anniversary of the Carrolton Bus Crash accident. On this day the feature documentary IMPACT: AFTER THE CRASH will be released. On 5/14 (only) the IMPACT release will be reserved for survivors,

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recovered from their pain and losses through the years. Bus crash survivor-turned-UK Footal center of the documentary, which will also reveal numerous other personal stories of loss and heroic rejuvenation, fear and love, as well and compelling exploration of what it means to recover your life against all odds. I am thankful the IMPACT story finally has an opportunity to positively affect lives throughout Kentucky and beyond. Personally I feel blessed and honored to have met family members and survivors during re-enactment filming earlier this year. In the documentary I play the role of “parent chaperone” to children the very same age I was when I first learned of this incredible story. www.theimpactmovie.com. Please join me on 5/15/2013 at the Hardin County Performing Arts Center for the public screening of IMPACT! Tickets must be reserved prior to the screening through the Performing Arts Center online ticketing program at www.thepac.secure.force.com/ticket. Seven lucky Hamburg Journal readers have the chance to win 2 tickets each to the IMPACT screening! To enter email motherstucker@ gmail.com (your name and where you find your Hamburg Journal) by 5/10/13 – good luck and I look forward to seeing you soon!

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Lexington Farmers’ Market ready to celebrate 38 seasons

The Lexington Farmers’ Market, a memberowned agricultural cooperative, will be celebrating their 38th season this year and the quality offerings are as plentiful as ever. Buy directly from the market members and find your favorite fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, meats, cheeses, flowers, bedding and garden plants, honey, wine, body care products, baked goods, prepared foods, specialty items and more! Starting April 13 and going through November 30, the Lexington Farmers’ Market will be open every Saturday from 7am to 3pm in Cheapside Park next to the old Fayette County Courthouse on Main Street. Free parking can be found in the Financial Center Garage or in any available street space near the market. Sunday, April 14 will mark the opening of the Southland Drive market. This market runs every Sunday through October 27 from 10 am to 2pm and also offers free parking in the lots adjacent to the market. On May 2, the mid-week markets open and the operations expand to four days a week. Every Tuesday and Thursday, growers will set up in the Lexington Center parking lot at the corner of South Broadway and Maxwell Street from 7am to 4pm. Also beginning in May, the Lexington Farmers’ Market at UK will begin on the May 22 and operate every week from 3pm to 6pm through August 14. Located near Commonwealth Stadium at the corner of

University and Alumni drives, this additional mid-week market is conveniently located, has ample parking and offers the same fine selection of products found at the weekend markets. In addition to the weekly market offerings, many special events are planned including cooking demonstrations with local chefs, craft and educational tables for children and book signings by local authors. Also scheduled this year is the fourth annual Taste of the Farm dinner August 24, which features a professionally prepared meal using ingredients grown and raised by the members of the Lexington Farmers’ Market. The Lexington Farmers’ Market gladly accepts EBT (also known as SNAP) cards, debit cards, WIC-Farmers Market Nutrition Program (WIC-FMNP) vouchers and senior FMNP vouchers. EBT cards can be swiped at the Lexington Farmers’ Market information table in exchange for tokens that can be used on all qualified food items. Similarly, debit cards can be swiped and exchanged for tokens and be spent just like cash on all items at the market. For more information about the Lexington Farmers’ Market, 2013 scheduled events or to schedule interviews with local growers, please visit our websitewww. lexingtonfarmersmarket.com or contact Executive Director Jeff Dabbelt at jeff@ lexingtonfarmersmarket.com or by phone at (859) 608-2655.


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Forcht celebrates birthday at Keeneland

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Management and staff from the Forcht Group of Kentucky recently helped celebrate the 75th birthday of Chairman Terry Forcht at Keeneland Race Track in Lexington. L-R: Tommy Booth, Rodney Shockley, Tyronicia Crutcher, Justin Badeau, Laurie Shockley, Susan Arnold, Wayne Sanchez, Linda Wilson, Jackie Willis, Teresa Murphy, Dennis Cupp, Edith Sloan, Terry Forcht, Enoch Roberts, Marion Forcht, Kevin Reynolds, Kathy Hall, Jamie Reynolds, Debbie Reynolds, Sarah Pitt, David Combs, Kevin Bruce, Jeff Serber, Mike Tarter, and Mike Noftsger. Present but not pictured were Brenda Taylor, Roger Alsip, and Tom Hourigan.

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To All Our Valued Customers, Readers & Friends, The first mention of the word golf, or gouf, was documented in 1457 in Scotland. King James II of Scotland prohibited the playing of golf, as he wanted his people to focus on archery, a more useful skill in a time of war. While the game of golf was wildly popular in Scotland from the 17th century and on, it didn’t gain momentum in other countries for another 200 years. The first permanent golf club in North America, Canada’s Royal Montreal Club, was founded in 1873. St. Andrews, one of the oldest golf clubs in the United States, was established as a 3-hole layout in 1888 in Yonkers, New York. During the next few years numerous 6-, 8-, 9- and 12-hole courses were opened in the eastern United States. The first 18-hole golf course in America, the Chicago Golf Club, was founded near Wheaton, Illinois, in 1893. From there, the game’s popularity spread to numerous countries around the world. There are more than 29 million golfers in the U.S. today, according to the National Golf Foundation (NGF.org and US Census as of 7/12).

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This month’s cover feature is Golf Exchange, known for more than just a comfortable place to shop, the company has quickly shown its ability to think “outside the box” and it has surfaced with events such as their annual free outdoor demo days and in-store game improvement seminars. Page 10. On the back cover is The Arlington Club in Richmond, KY and on page 3 is Lexington’s Premier Golf Range. So, have fun all you golfers, from the Hamburg Journal. Sincerely,

Baby Belly Pregnancy Spa & Imaging Center invited moms to enter pictures of their pregnant bellies into its Beautiful Baby Belly Contest for the third year in a row. Winners will be announced on Mother’s Day, May 12. Photos must be submitted by May 1 and voting will happen between May 2 and May 11 on Baby Belly’s Facebook page. For every vote, Baby Belly will donate $1 to the March of Dimes. The winner will be announced on Mother’s Day.

Baby’s Room & Kids Too, Legacy Gymnastics and more. Prizes will be given based on the most votes to the top three, but Baby Belly will also award two coconut lime pedicures for The Most Unique/Creative Belly Shot and the photo that best represents the journey to motherhood. Photos must be submitted through Baby Belly Spa’s Facebook page and entries must be received by 11:59 pm EST on May 1. A full list of contest rules and prizes can be found at www.babybellyspa.com/bellycontest

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spa services, 4D ultrasounds performed by certified sonographers, and a maternity boutique. Gift certificates are available. The money raised by the March of Dimes helps fund research to find treatments and preventions for birth defects and it supports programs in our community that give moms the best chance of a healthy, full-term pregnancy. www.babybellyspa.com


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The Golf Exchange named to America’s Top Clubfitters list The Golf Exchange currently operates three retail locations in Kentucky and Ohio as well as an ecommerce website located at www.golfexchange.com. Since opening its first location in 2006, The Golf Exchange has run its business with a simple philosophy that involves putting their customers first. “We truly are customer focused,” says owner and founder Jason Fryia. “It’s not just something we talk about every day, it’s actually all we talk about. When I set out to open a retail golf store I wanted to create the type of store that I’d want to buy from and we’ve been able to do just that.” Known for more than just a comfortable place to shop, the company has quickly shown its ability to think “outside the box” and it has surfaced with events such as their annual free outdoor demo days and in-store game improvement seminars.

Locations Lexington, KY 3069 Richmond Rd Lexington, KY 40509 (859) 269-0202 Florence, KY 41042 (859) 282-0444 Cincinnati, OH (513) 791-1698 In 2010, The Golf Exchange made many significant investments that demonstrated the company’s commitment to improving its ability to help golfers enjoy the game. Among the upgrades were an expansion and remodel of the Florence store, integration of Trackman, and an increased product selection. These efforts were recognized when the

company was named to Golf Digest’s inaugural list of America’s Top 100 Club Fitters in 2011. You’ll now find both of the company’s Greater Cincinnati locations on the 2013 list being announced this month. Now, with its third store in Lexington, Golf Exchange has built its brand with a customer friendly atmosphere, knowledgeable staff, and a commitment to helping Kentucky and Ohio

golfers enjoy the game. All three stores have Trackman launch monitor technology, full service repair, and also recently recognized by Golf Digest as America’s 100 best club fitters. Golf Exchange Lexington is coowned by Jason Fryia and Pat Kelly. For more information about Golf Exchange of Lexington, visit www.golfexchange.com.

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Taste of the Bluegrass coming up

God’s Pantry Food Bank’s annual event, the Taste of the Bluegrass, will be held at Keeneland’s Keene Barn on Friday May 17. Hundreds of people enjoy the Taste of the Bluegrass event every year, featuring tastings and samples of the region’s best wine, bourbon, food and desserts. The Food Bank has

released the date of the event (Friday May 17 at 7pm), in advance of ticket sales.

Tickets went on sale April 23 and will be available at Central Bank and Kroger locations and online at godspantryfoodbank.org. “Because the Taste of the Bluegrass is such

a popular event, “says God’s Pantry Food Bank CEO Marian Guinn, “we like to release the event date and ticket sale date so people can mark their calendars and begin making plans with their friends to attend.”

The 2013 Taste of the Bluegrass is presented by Columbia Gas of Kentucky, with sponsor-

ship from Central Bank, Kentucky Proud, Kroger, Dinsmore & Shohl, Kentucky Utilities and Republic Services. This year, the Food Bank welcomes back for the third year in a row, local band The Fever, which is sponsored by Dinsmore & Shohl.

Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate Garden Tour and Peony Sale Sunday May 5 from 2 to 5 pm 120 Sycamore Road

Ashland’s renowned Peony Garden blooms gloriously once a year and its beauty is not to be missed. Enjoy the formal and peony gardens of Ashland and several gardens around the historic Ashland neighborhood on Fincastle, Ashwood, Richmond Road and Victory Avenue. Garden Tours are $10.

Joining this annual event with their expertise will be Rett McGoodwin of Rett’s Landscaping, Jim McFarlane of United Landscape, Jeff Moore of Signature Landscapes and Dave Leonard of Dave Leonard Tree Specialist.

There will also be a wide variety of peony plants to purchase locally grown by Kelly Nursery from $35 to $85. (plants from Ashland’s peony garden will not be for sale)

Tickets for tours and peonies for purchase will be on the Woodspoint Road side of the Estate. For more infohenryclay.org or call 859-266-8581 .


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Free Friday seminars offered at Lexington Senior Citizen Center In honor of Older American’s Month and National Nursing Home Week, the Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass (NHOA) is hosting three free Friday seminars in May at the Lexington Senior Citizen Center. You won’t want to miss these opportunities to learn more about navigating the longterm care system and how you can be involved in making a difference for residents throughout the Bluegrass.  Friday May 3 at 3 pm - 4pm Admission to Care: What you need to know to make an informed decision about placement in a licensed long-term care facility Friday May 10 at 10 am - 11am How to prevent the top 5 problems experienced by nursing home residents

After the May 10 seminar please plan to visit the Lexington Senior Citizen Center’s Health Fair while you are in the building. Gather information from dozens of vendors and enjoy the fair! Friday May 17 at 3 pm - 4:30 pm A little time.  A big impact: The Friendly Visitor Volunteer Program Learn how to join NHOA’s volunteer program and become a regular friendly visitor to a nursing home resident in your neighborhood.

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Please call NHOA at 859-277-9215 to reserve a spot for one of our seminars. All May seminars will be held at the NHOA offices inside of the Lexington Senior Citizen Center, 1530 Nicholasville Road (the corner of Alumni Drive and Nicholasville Road).

Midway College to host summer camps Midway College is pleased to announce that it will host summer camps during the month of June. Two unique camps have been designed by the faculty and staff and are offered to children ages 7 to 16. Girl Power! Camp is a week-long day camp focused on developing independence, building self-confidence and teaching girls to be leaders though a wide variety of fun, hands-on activities. Sessions will include, but not be limited to: Defend Yourself - basics of self-defense; Cooking Essentials - have fun learning to cook healthy snacks with our own Chef Kindel; Find Your Voice - preparing and performing musical numbers on Midway’s stage; Techno-Savvy -using technology in today’s world for fun; and, Leadership through Horsemanship developing confidence by observing and participating in basic horsemanship.

appropriate activities will encourage campers to gain a new perspective about horses. Riding experience is not necessary, as the camps are beginner level and will introduce horse science, equine crafts, and strengthen leadership skills. Through a combination of riding exercises, basic equine care and other activities, students will learn to work in partnership with the horse. This camp is open to girls and boys; one age group per week.

During the “Between the Ears” Equine Camp participants will learn about a horse’s perspective in horsemanship, riding and non-riding activities. Structured age

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The National DPP will meet regularly for 16 weeks on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. beginning on May 28. The program will be held at the education center at Saint Joseph East Medical Office Building, second floor, Suite 200, Room A, located at 160 N. Eagle Creek Drive, Lexington. Space is limited so register early. More sessions may follow this initial class starting May 28 based on interest level. To qualify for the National DPP, a person must be at high risk for developing diabetes or have been diagnosed by a physician as someone with prediabetes.

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To take a quick assessment to if you are at risk, you can go to CDC’s DPP website at cdc.gov/diabetes/prevention. One out of three adults lives with prediabetes, most of which are unaware of their condition. In Kentucky, about 59 percent of adults have been tested for diabetes in the past three years. Of those, 7 percent or about 233,000 Kentuckians have been diagnosed as having prediabetes. If you have prediabetes, you are 5 to15 times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than people with normal blood glucose (blood sugar) levels. However, type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed with a healthy lifestyle, as evidenced through the National DPP. National DPP helps those at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating right, increasing physical activity and losing a modest amount of weight. In a classroom setting, a trained lifestyle coach facilitates a small group of participants in learning about behavior changes over 16 one-hour sessions. Topics include healthier eating, getting started with physical activity, overcoming stress, staying motivated and more. The group helps to motivate and encourage each other. After the initial 16-

To participate in the National DPP, a person must be overweight and have prediabetes or be at high risk.

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Lexington Parks and Recreation

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Swim Lesson & Swim Team Registration (Online registration opens at 12 pm, Wednesday, May 2; In-person registration 12–7 pm, Wednesday, May 2, Picadome Administrative Offices)–Registration for swim lessons and swim teams will be offered online beginning at 12 pm on May 2, and will continue through May 20. In-person registration will take place from 12–7 pm, on May 2, at the Picadome Administrative Offices, 469 Parkway Drive. A user name, password and valid email address are required to register online. The cost for swim lessons is $25 per person while the cost for swim teams is $35 per person. All fees must be paid at the time of registration. A complete swim lesson schedule is available on the Parks website at www.lexingtonky.gov/parks. For more information, call 288-2973. Please note: Class locations, dates and times are subject to change. Therapeutic Recreation Spring Dance (6–9 pm, Friday, May 3, Tates Creek Recreation Center)–The Therapeutic Recreation program is having a spring dance for individuals who are 13 years of age and older. There will be drinks, snacks and plenty of fun. The cost is $5 per person, payable at the door. RSVP by calling 2882908 or if you need any other information about the dance or other Therapeutic Recreation Programs. Community Centers Close May 3, Castlewood, Dunbar, Kenwick & Winburn close for the season. Birding at McConnell Springs (8 a.m. Saturday, May 4, McConnell Springs)–This is a great time of the year to see birds as they migrate through Kentucky. People of all ages are invited to join the staff of McConnell Springs for this free morning bird walk. Some binoculars will be available for use. For more information, call 225-4073. Birds of the Bluegrass (8 a.m., Saturday, May 4, Raven Run)– See over 30 species of birds on this early morning bird walk, many of which can

only be seen this time of the year as they migrate through Kentucky. Learn to identify birds by sight and sound during this program. Registration is required. Some binoculars can be provided for use during the program; please call for availability and registration at 272-6105. William Wells Brown Community Center Closes for Season May 4 closes for the season. Adult Summer Volleyball Sign-Ups (May 6–10, Dunbar Community Center)– for returning teams is April 29 – May 3, Dunbar Community Center, Registration dates for new teams is May 6 – May 10. This is a co-ed adult league with matches beginning at 6:30 pm on Tuesday evenings at Kirklevington Park. Teams play a nine-game schedule followed by a postseason, single elimination tournament. Registration is by teams only and is on a first-come, first-served basis. New teams may register from May 6–10 .The cost to participate is $100 per team. Team Managers may call the Athletics Office at 2882915 for more information or to request a registration form. Adult Tennis League Session 1 May 6- June 28 at the Shillito Tennis Center. Senior Adult’s Trips May 9-18 Castles, Kings, & Country scapes- England, Scotland & Wales for more information call 233-0986. My Old Kentucky Dinner Train Wednesday, May 22, 2013 Cost: $65.00 Includes van transportation, luncheon ,train trip, server gratuity SIGN-UP: Started on Monday, February 4, 2013 and are ongoing till full payment must be made at sign-up to guarantee your space on our trips. An individual registration form is also required before the trip if we do not have one on file for you. Youth & Adult Summer Equestrian Lesson Sign-Ups Summer Class Registration for both youth and adult is Saturday

May 11 @ Mc Connell Springs 416 Rebmann Lane Youth registration is at 1 p.m. Adult registration is at 2:30 p.m. Youth riders must me 10 yrs of age by first day of class. If the rider has not participated in a Parks and Rec Dept activity, please be sure to bring proof of age. Participants are responsible for purchase of their own safety approved horseback riding helmet. We suggest to NOT buy these until you are registered in the classes. YOUTH: Ages 10-15 ($75 for the 8 lessons). ADULT: Ages 16 and above ($95 for the 8 lessons) Two youth summer sessions are offered Classes meet Monday- Thursday for these two weeks. Classes are in the mornings: 8-9,9-10 or 10-11. Session I June 10 - June 20. Session II July 8- July 18 One adult summer session is offered. Session runs August 5-August 15. Classes meet Monday- Thursday for these two weeks. Classes are in the evenings: 6-7 or 7-8. Earth Skills Edible Plants & Outdoor Safety Saturday May 11 at 11 a.m. McConnell Springs. Stargazing (9 pm, Saturday, May 11, 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 view planets, nebulae, galaxies and the Milky Way! The program is free and lasts two hours. To learn more call 271-6072. Big Band & Jazz (7–8:30 pm, Tuesday, May 14, 21 & 28 Moondance at Midnight Pass Amphitheater)–Held every Tuesday evening from May 14 through August 27, Big Band & Jazz is one of Lexington’s longest running and most beloved concert series. The concerts scheduled for May 14 – June 25 will be held at the Moondance at Midnight Pass in Beaumont. The remaining concerts (July 2 – August 27) will take place at Ecton Park. As always, this weekly concert series will feature great jazz and/ or Big Band music. Bring lawn chairs or

blankets for seating and pack a picnic dinner. Call 288-2925 for additional information. Bluegrass Classic Stockdog Trials (Dawn–Dusk, May 15–19, Masterson Station Park)–The famous Bluegrass Classic Stockdog Trials will take place on May 15–219 at Masterson Station Park, marking over 50 years of border collie trials in the Bluegrass. This competition, nearly identical to the one in the popular movie “Babe,” is one of the longest-running and most prestigious trials in the country, typically drawing top handlers from across the United States. People of all ages will be in awe of the working relationship between the border collie and their handler. Bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating and pack a picnic lunch or purchase concessions which will be sold on-site. This event is free and appropriate for all ages. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash at all times. Visit www.bluegrassclassicsdt.com or call 288-2900 for more information. Kentucky Sheep & Fiber Festival (May 18–20 (Classes) and May 18–19 (Market), Lexington Lion’s Club Bluegrass Fairgrounds at Masterson Station Park)– In conjunction with the Bluegrass Classic Stockdog Trials will be the Kentucky Sheep & Fiber Festival, a natural fiber and local food event. Patrons will have the opportunity to view some of the nation’s finest fiber artists and purchase handspun yarn and products. There will be a series of classes, workshops and demonstrations including spinning, knitting, weaving, felting and more. This event will also showcase other aspects of the Sheep & Kentucky Agriculture community as patrons can savor the flavors of lamb and other Kentucky Proud food products. A complete listing of workshops is available at www.kentuckysheepandfiber.com. The workshops will take place from 9 am–5 pm, May 18–19. The main festival hours are 9 am–5 pm on May 18 and 10 am–4 pm, May 19. Admission to the fiber festival is $3, children 12 & under is free; workshops fees vary.


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www.hamburgjournal.com 18th Annual Founder’s Day Celebration (10 am–4 pm, Saturday, May 18, McConnell Springs)–Join us as we celebrate the birthplace of the naming of Lexington at the annual Founder’s Day celebration. This free event will feature a fun-filled day of activities for the entire family. Patrons can enjoy historic reenactments, storytellers, musical entertainment, guided tours of the park and much more. Individuals may pack a picnic lunch or purchase concessions on-site. This event is held rain or shine. For additional information, contact McConnell Springs at 225-4073.

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City Two-Man Championship (May 18 & 19, Kearney Hill Golf Links)– Registration is currently taking place for the Men’s City Two-Man Championship which will be held May 18–19 at Kearney Hill Golf Links. This 36-hole tournament is open to men who reside in Fayette County or hold a membership at a Fayette County golf club. The first round will be chapman alternate shot and best ball, with the second round a scramble and combined gross. The registration fee is $140 per team and includes a golf cart. The entry deadline is Friday, May 11, and registration forms are available at all city-owned golf courses and on the Parks website at www.lexingtonky.gov/parks. For more information, call 288-2968. Aquatics Centers Open for the Season (12 pm, Saturday, May 25, Castlewood, Southland, Tates Creek and Woodland)– You know it is summer when pools open for the season! The family aquatic centers, located at Castlewood, Southland, Tates Creek and Woodland are state-ofthe-art facilities and include bath houses, concession areas (grills at Southland and Woodland), great water play areas for children 10 & under, outdoor play area, playgrounds, slides, diving boards (3-meter board at Woodland), grassy beach areas for sunning and zero-depth entry/exit. The aquatic centers open at 12 pm on Saturday, May 25; however, after this date, operating hours are from 11 am–8 pm, Monday through Saturday and 1–8 pm on Sunday (hours adjusted while school is still in session). The cost for daily admission is $4 for children (15 & under) and $5 for adults (16 & over). Pool passes for the 2012 season will be available and can be purchased at any aquatic center during operating hours throughout the summer. The cost is $50 for a single pool pass and $160 for a family pass. All remaining pools will open

Hamburg Journnal8 17 on Saturday, June 1. For more information on pools, call 2882973. Please Note: All prices and times are subject to change. Jacobson Boat Dock opens Saturday April 20 for weekends only; opens daily on May 25 for the season hours are Monday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. & Sunday 1 p.m. – 7 p.m. pedal boat rental is $4 for ½ hour per boat. Poolapalooza (12–4 pm, Saturday, May 25, Southland Aquatic Center)–Join us this Memorial Day Weekend as we kick-off the summer swimming season with a splash at Poolapalooza. Held on Saturday, May 26, this event will feature free admission to Southland Aquatic Center from 12–4 pm, music, door prizes, games for the children and many more surprises. Poolapalooza is brought to you by Lexington Parks & Recreation, Cumulus Broadcasting, Papa John’s and Cricket Wireless. For additional information, call 288-2973. Weekend Workout (10 am, Saturday, May 25, McConnell Springs)–McConnell Springs is looking for a few good volunteers! Individuals will be helping with garden upkeep, weed pulling, trail maintenance and more. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes and work gloves. Volunteers should come to the Education Center at 10 am and stay as long as your schedule permits. For more information contact the staff at McConnell Springs at 225-4073. Girls Fast Pitch Softball (12 & under and 14 & under) begins for the season May 29 Adult Tennis Clinic Session 2 May 28-June 24 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. begins at various locations. Girls Fast Pitch Softball (8 & under and 10 & under) begins for the season May 29. Bluegrass 10,000 May 29 on-line registration opens and will continue through June 26 288-2946. Free Friday Flicks May 31. 7 p.m. Free Friday Flicks at Jacobson Parks begins for the season. Pre-show activities begin at seven and the movie will start 9 p.m.


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Ballet, children’s theater directors swap Bluegrass Youth Ballet (BYB) presents The Little Mermaid at the Lexington Opera House on May 3 at 7 pm and May 4 at 2 pm. This ballet is based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, with a special twist on the ending. It is created and directed by Adalhi Aranda Corn, and is colorful, magical, and full of special effects. It includes a bilingual narration, making it a very familyfriendly performance. A special guest appearance by Larry and Vivian Snipes, directors of the Lexington Children’s Theatre, as the king and queen, has Bluegrass Youth Ballet dancers and faculty members very excited! Adalhi Aranda Corn feels very honored to have Larry and Vivian participating in her newly created ballet. Corn decided to invite them to participate after she accepted the invitation to be part of LCT’s Celebrity Curtain Call event on April 27 at the Lexington Children’s Theatre. This is a unique artistic collaboration

between two Lexington arts organizations focused on youth. The directors of each organization will be volunteering their time to each others’ organizations.

to venture into fairyland with Once Upon A Time! Guests will be serenaded by singing waiters - all LCT interns - while enjoying delicious treats provided by O’Charley’s.

The Little Mermaid features 130 students from Bluegrass Youth Ballet. It is something a little different from past Bluegrass Youth Ballet performances, as the music is more modern, and there is a heavy reliance on props to portray the different types of sea creatures in the story.

The evening will include one-of-a-kind silent and live auction packages, a tasting of Blanton’s Bourbon, and one of the most entertaining shows in town as their celebrity cast performs scenes from favorite children’s plays!

With an ending that is different from the Disney story, and changed from Hans Christian Andersen’s dark ending, the performance will provide audience members with the classic “happily ever after” feeling that most fairy tales elicit. Bluegrass Youth Ballet is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to enhance lives by providing dance education in a positive environment for all youth through high quality training, innovative performances,

and cultural experiences. In the 2013-2014 season, BYB hopes to launch a new outreach program focusing on the Latino Community in Lexington. BYB has a longstanding relationship with the Latino Community, so The Little Mermaid performance includes a narration in both English and Spanish.

Corn will join a cast including Miss Kentucky 2012 Jessica Casebolt, David & Lisa Adkins, Fifth Third Bank City President Mike Ash, and Rotary Club Executive Director Peggy Trafton just to name a few. Little Mermaid tickets on sale at the Rupp Arena Box Office. $17.50 adults, $14.50 students/senior, child Call 859-233-3535 for tickets Celebrity Curtain Call Tickets on Sale

Lexington Children’s Theatre’s annual fundraising event Celebrity Curtain Call is excited

through LCT Box Office. $75 for adults Call 859-254-4546 ext 247 for tickets

Doctor named editor Gardeners’ Fair coming up at Locust Grove of yearly survey Thomas Stone, MD, partner and retina special with Retina Associates of Kentucky has recently been named the 2013 Editor of the Preferences and Trends Survey of the American Society of Retina Specialists. Since 1999, the Preferences and Trend (PAT) Survey has measured the member retina specialists’ preferences on a wide range of topics, including: surgical techniques, instrumentation, pharmaceuticals, practice structure, common retinal diseases, socioeconomic issues. ASRS represents retina specialists in the US and 55 countries; the new PAT Survey comparative data provides unique, up-to-date information on how retina practice patterns vary geographically. In addition to providing a snapshot of retina specialists’ preferences, the annual PAT Survey collects longitudinal data allowing ASRS

to track significant trends in retina practice. Dr. Stone is a nationally recognized authority on diseases and surgery of the retina, macula and vitreous. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Duke University Eye Center and Retina Fellowship at Emory University Eye Center. He is the author of numerous articles in medical journals, and is listed in “The Best Doctors in America” and “America’s Top Ophthalmologists”. He has served as principle investigator in numerous national and international research studies working in collaboration with other centers such as the National Eye Institute, the National Institute of Health and The Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Network.

Gardeners’ Fair and Silent Auction Friday, Saturday & Sunday May 10, 11, & 12 • 10 am - 5 pm This annual event offers visitors the chance to purchase flowers, herbs and plants along with a variety of tools, artistic and practical gardening  accessories, wrought iron sculptures, water gardens and antique yard furniture among other delightful finds. The silent  auction, a fund-raiser for Locust Grove, with scores of offerings from  antiques, quilts and other handiwork to art, gardening accessories and valuable  gift certificates. General admission to the event, which includes a tour of  Locust Grove, is $6, or $3 for children age 6 to 12.   Sunday, May 12 Mothers’ Day Brunch Seatings: 10 am, Noon, & 2 pm Always a great value, and a wonderful memory. Prepared by the Bristol restaurant. One

of the most popular events at the Gardeners’ Fair is the brunch. Because of its high popularity and limited space, paid reservations are required. Three seatings: 10 am, noon, and 2 pm. Adults: $27.50, Children under 12: $12. Reservations  accepted at 502-897-9845. Call Locust Grove for the menu. Thanks to our event sponsors: The Glenview Trust, St. Matthews Feed & Seed, LG&E, Kentucky Select Properties, The Plant Kingdom and Wilson & Muir Bank & Trust. Locust Grove is located at 561 Blankenbaker Lane (between Brownsboro Rd & River Rd). For more information, 502-897-9845 orwww.locustgrove.org.


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Mutt Strutt benefit set for May 11

Snag your tennis shoes and your four-legged friend for the 16th annual Mutt Strut (cosponsored by PetSmart)! Make plans to walk with your pup May 11 to benefit the animals at the Lexington Humane Society and start raising pledges now to make even more of an impact.  Every dollar makes a difference and the animals need your help. 

The event location is Keeneland at 4201 Versailles Road in Lexington. Cost is$15 for children, $20 for adults and fund-raising is encouraged. The event starts at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 11.   Contact Ashley Holder at aholder@ lexingtonhumanesociety.org or 859-233-0044,

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Garden tour and peony sale at Ashland coming up

Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate Garden Tour and Peony Sale Sunday May 5 from 2 to 5 pm 120 Sycamore Road

will be Rett McGoodwin of Rett’s Landscaping, Jim McFarlane of United Landscape, Jeff Moore of Signature Landscapes and Dave Leonard of Dave Leonard Tree Specialist.

Ashland’s renowned Peony Garden blooms gloriously once a year and its beauty is not to be missed. Enjoy the formal and peony gardens of Ashland and several gardens around the historic Ashland neighborhood on Fincastle, Ashwood, Richmond Road and Victory Avenue. Garden Tours are $10.

There will also be a wide variety of peony plants to purchase locally grown by Kelly Nursery from $35 to $85. (plants from Ashland’s peony garden will not be for sale)

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May 2 Kentucky Bluegrass Wine Auction and Derby Gala The Lexington Cancer Foundation, Inc. will hold the 8th annual Kentucky Bluegrass Wine Auction and Derby Gala on Thursday, May 2, starting at 6 p.m. at Donamire Farm. The nation’s only charity wine event integrating fine wine and equestrian culture. The event includes wine tastings, live and silent auction, dinner and live music.

until 4 p.m. Walk through the past and explore the beautiful physical and cultural history of Lexington’s East End. To reserve a spot, call 859-280-2218,

May 5 Artful Sunday The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky will host an Artful Sunday: Mother’s Day May 5 from 2 until 3 p.m. There will be family-friendly tours and

Discover Samuel at the free First Sunday

and women in recovery who are in the

meeting May 5 at 7:30 p.m.

process of building healthy families and

Lea Schultz has been channeling Samuel

interrupting the cycle of dependency.

since 1984.

Chrysalis House serves over 200 women

Stay for a vegan reception afterward.

and their families annually.

Call (859)231-8449 for details or go to

For more information, go to www.chrys-

www.discoversamuel.com.

alishouse.org

May 7

Thursday Night Live

Weiner book signing

Central Bank’s Thursday Night Live will

Author Jennifer Weiner will celebrate the

be held every Thursday evening through

paperback launch of her new novel “The

Oct. 31.

Next Best Thing” with a book signing at

Visit the Fifth Third Pavilion at Cheap-

Joseph-Beth Booksellers on May 7 at 7

side Park from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for

p.m.

beverages, food from local restaurants

For more information, call Joseph-Beth

and music by live bands.

Booksellers at 859-273-2911,

art activities. For more information, call Deborah

Inventor Conference 2013

ton Cancer Foundation at 859-388-2620,

Borrowdale-Cox at 859-257-6199,

QVC product spokesman Scott Hynd

May 3

Conference 2013, one of the largest

Food Truck Food Blast

Ashland garden tour and peony sale

The second annual Food Truck Food

Ashland will host a garden tour and

entrepreneurs, to be held at 6 p.m. on

peony sale from 2 until 5 p.m. May 5 at

May 7 at the Central Public Library in

the Henry Clay Estate

downtown Lexington.

Tours will be $10 and landscape experts

For more information, go to www.CKIC.

on hand to answer gardening questions.

org or call Don Skaggs at 859-201-1311,

For more information, call the Lexing-

Blast will be held May 3 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Main and Vine streets. There will be multiple trucks, craft vendors, and live music. This event will reoccur each month on the first Friday of every month.

will be the keynote speaker at Inventor-

Locally grown peonies by Kelly Nursery will also be on sale.

events in the area for inventors and

May 8

For more information, call Christina Bell

Women Republicans luncheon

at 859-266-8581,

Join the Women Republicans of Central

Keeneland will be holding a Derby Bash

Sweet Blessings Fondant 5K

speaker Phil Moffett.

in the Entertainment Center and Keene

The second-annual Sweet Blessings

Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. and

Barn from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fondant 5K and 1 Mile Cake Walk will

The event includes a Kentucky themed

be May 5 at 3 p.m. at Keeneland.

buffet served from noon until 3 p.m.,

Proceeds will benefit Sweet Blessings,

mint julep, souvenir program, live music

the central Kentucky non-profit that

and cash bar. Snacks will be served from

provides birthday cakes to children

3 to 7 p.m.

throughout central Kentucky.

Guests will enjoy two choices of table

For more information, call Mark D.

seating in either the temperature-

Rucker at 859-684-1567.

May 4 Keeneland Derby Bash

controlled Entertainment Center or the open-air Keene Barn.

First Sunday

For more information, call 859-254-3412

Spiritual or religious? Open minds lead

or go to the Keeneland website.

to open hearts. Experience the difference that leads to a

East End Walking Tour

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life of living love, self-empowerment and

Local historian Yvonne Giles will lead

vitality at Phoenix Institute, 655 Lima

an East End Walking Tour May 4 from 1

Drive.

Kentucky for a luncheon with guest

the program begins at noon. The luncheon at the Crowne Plaza/ Campbell House, 1375 S. Broadway in Lexington. Send RSVP’s to rsvp@wrock.ws. More information and PayPal available on our website at www.wrock.ws

May 9 Chrysalis House Mother’s Day luncheon The second-annual Chrysalis House Mother’s Day Luncheon will be held May 9, starting at 11 a.m. at the Chrysalis Community Center. The celebration honors all mothers

There is no admission charge to come and listen to the bands play. Food and beverages will be available for purchase on a cash basis. On May 9, The Squirrels, made up of former and present members of Exile, New Coon Creek Girls, Daddy’s Car and others, will be performing.

May 10 Blood-Horse book sale Blood-Horse Publications 11th Annual Book Sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 11 at 3101 Beaumont Centre Circle. Tables and tables of horse-related books, magazines and DVDs. All books $5 or less. For more information, call Bret Walker at 859-276-6883,

May 11 Wild Birds Unlimited hosts Attracting Hummingbirds 11 am to noon. Attracting Hummingbirds, presented by: Hank Yacek, will be free and held at Wild Birds Unlimited, 152 N. Locust Hill Dr., Lexington, KY 40509. Phone is 859-268-0114. Email: hummerllc@windstream.net. Website: lexingtonky.wbu.com Continued to page 28


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Sunday, May 12, starting at 7 a.m. at the Lexington Convention Center in downtown Lexington.

Artist Stand Against Poverty art auction

This Mid-America feis is the day af-

Artists Stand Against Poverty (ASAP)

presenting a convenient opportunity for

will be holding a high-energy reception

a feis weekend in the Bluegrass State on

and art auction to support the council’s

Mother’s Day weekend.

mission to combat poverty.

For more information, go to www.

Bid on art from local well-known and

feisworx.com.

emerging artists and enjoy surprise

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ter the Queen City Feis of Cincinnati,

KY, from

and live and silent auctions during the

8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dave Shuffett, KET’s

May 17 gala at the Marriott Griffin Gate

“Kentucky Life” series host, will be the

Resort from 6:30 p.m. until midnight.

keynote

On Saturday, May 18, tee off at the golf

for the senior conference and share sto-

event at Connemara’s Golf Course in

ries related to the history, crafts, nature,

Nicholasville at 8 a.m.

great people and

Both events are open to the public. Log

places of Kentucky. The conference pro-

on to www.cplbill.org for information.

vides opportunities to learn more about interests and

May 17

issues that pertain to audiences 55+.

MOMS Club

Workshop topics include ways to navi-

On Friday, May 17 at 9:30 am, MOMS

gate the benefits

Club of Lexington-East Monthly Meet-

maze, housing and care options, normal

ing at Crossroads Christian Church.

forgetfulness vs. dementia and fun ways

Visitors are welcome. MOMS Club is a

to stay fit.

support group for area at-home moms.

live entertainment and interactive art

May 14

throughout the evening. Cocktails and

Big Band & Jazz Series

hors d’ouvres will be served.

The big band and jazz concert series will

lunch and

The event will be held May 11 from 6:19

be held in each week May and June at

exhibits. For program and registration

to 9:19 p.m. at the ArtsPlace Gallery,

the Moondance at Midnight Pass Am-

information visit: www.challengesofag-

For more information, call Cameron

phitheatre in Beaumont Circle.

ing.com or call the

Alzheimer’s Association’s Making Memories Across America Gala and Auction

Minter at 859-244-2247.

Admisson is free. The music will begin

Fayette County Extension Office at 859-

at 7 p.m.

257-5582.

The Alzheimer’s Association’s Making

Mayfest Arts Fair

For more information, call parks and

The Mayfest Arts Fair will be held May

recreation at 288-2925.

11, starting at 10 a.m., at Gratz Park.

Registration cost is $10 if received by April 26 and $12 thereafter and includes

One Parent Scholar House luncheon

Mayfest is a visual, performing and liter-

May 15

An inspirational and educational

ary arts fair that takes place annually on

Lexington Philharmonic fashion show and luncheon

luncheon in support of the One Parent

The festival includes a variety of juried

The Lexington Philharmonic Guild

16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the

art and craft vendors from around the

Fashion Show and Luncheon will be

Carrick House in Lexington.

state and country, artists who conduct

held May 15 at 11 a.m. at the Carrick

demonstrations and workshops, per-

House.

formances by local performing artists,

The luncheon is a fundraiser for the Lex-

strolling artists, food and activities for

ington Philharmonic Orchestra.

both children and adults.

The event features the most exclusive

Mother’s Day weekend in Gratz Park.

local designer boutiques. The boutiques

Mutt Strut

are AJ’s, Bella Rose, Carl Meyers, Stuart

The 2013 Mutt Strut will be held May 11

Mercer and Voce.

at 9 a.m. at Keeneland.

For more information, call Barbara Ru-

The event will benefit the animals at LHS

bin 859-509-0912.

and start raising pledges now to make even more of an impact.

May 16

For more information, contact Ashley

Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Aging

Holder at 859-233-0044, ext. 231.

May 12

The 30th annual Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Aging conference

Bluegrass Feis

will take place

The Kentucky McTeggart Irish Danc-

on May 16 at St. Luke United Methodist

ers will present the Bluegrass Feis on

Church, 2351 Alumni Drive, Lexington,

Scholar House program will be held May

The lunch features bestselling author Jeanette Walls, John Calipari and Orlando Antigua. All proceeds benefit One Parent Scholar House, which provides housing, childcare and support for single parents. For more information, call Carrie Thayer at 859-225-4673 ext. 107,

May 17 and May 18 Gala, golf event to support Kentucky soldiers The CPL Bill McMillan Blue Grass Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) is sponsoring a gala and golf event May 17 and 18 in support of Kentucky soldiers, veterans and family support groups. Enjoy dinner with music by Lexington’s own Torques

Contactmomsclublexeast@yahoo.com or 1-859-955-0056 for more information.

Memories Across America Gala and Auction Annual fundraiser to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association’s Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana Chapter will be held May 17 from 7 until 10 p.m. at The Grand Reserve, 903 Manchester Street, Suite 190 The event includes dinner, a silent and live auction, bourbon tasting, dancing and live entertainment. Tickets are $85 per person, or $1,000 for a corporate table. Cocktail attire. For more information, call Amber Lakin at 859-266-5283.

Taste of the Bluegrass The Taste of the Bluegrass benefiting God’s Pantry Food Bank will be held May 17 from 7 until 11 p.m. at Keeneland’s Keene Barn and Entertainment Center. The event features tastings from some of Central Kentucky’s finest restaurants and beverage distributors. Tickets are $75 to $125 and tables for 10 are $1,000. For more information, call Susie Basham at 859-288-5332.


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May 18

offSITE is an mini-installation exhibition

the action, ask questions, and immerse

ney. Kentucky Ale is sponsoring $1,000

Harmony Day School Battle at the Bull

on the streets of Lexington presented

yourself in the creative process ending in

in prize money, others sponsors are

in complement to SITE, a site-specific

an Opening Celebration on May 24.

Mount Brillant Farm, Kevin and Vicki

7:30 am Registration & Check in. 8:30 Tee Time. Harmony Day School, a Montessori program for Early Childhood will be hosting “Battle at the Bull”, a unique and exciting Golf Scramble in beautiful Richmond, Kentucky on Saturday, May 18.  Exclusive gifts for the golfer who refers the most individuals and/or teams to our scramble.  For more information regarding “Battle at the Bull” or the Toddler and Primary Montessori programs at Harmony Day School, please visitwww.harmonydayschool.com or call

installation exhibition opening at LAL’s

Warren and Jim and Michelle Morehead.

Loudoun House Gallery on May 24.

May 23

Twenty local artists have been commis-

Thursday Night Live

sioned to produce installation surprises

Central Bank’s Thursday Night Live will

in unexpected spaces in the month of

be held every Thursday evening through

June 1

May. The locations will be revealed at the

Oct. 31.

offSITE Art Hunt Reception

opening of SITE, but shift your way of

Visit the Fifth Third Pavilion at Cheap-

June 1, 4-6 pm

seeing your surroundings and you may

side Park from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for

Take a walking tour and find 20 mini-

catch a look in person before then.

beverages, food from local restaurants

installations on the streets of downtown

and music by live bands.

Lexington as part of offSITE, the down-

There is no admission charge to come

town component of SITE. Grab a map at

Harmony Day School Friends and Family Open House

and listen to the bands play. Food and

the Lexington Farmer’s Market from

beverages will be available for purchase

8-12, then meet us at the reception at

Sunday, May 19. 4:30 pm to 6 pm

on a cash basis.

Village Idiot from 4-6 pm. Drawings for

May 19

For more information, go to www.kentuckydressageassociation.org.

859.519.6759.

Harmony Day School, a Montessori program for Early Childhood will be

May 24 - July 14

Central Kentucky Heart Walk

holding a Friends and Family Open

SITE

poster signed by participating SITE

Central Kentucky Heart Walk will be

House on Sunday, May 19 from 4:30

LAL @ Loudoun House. SITE is an ex-

artists. For more details visit our website.

to 6:00 pm. See our beautiful class-

hibition that aims to transform the way

rooms, meet our loving teaching staff

we see our surroundings through site-

June 8

and ask questions. For more informa-

specific installations at LAL’s Loudoun

tion regarding the Toddler and Primary

House Gallery. Five artists (Blake Eames,

Montessori programs at Harmony Day

Alisa Dworsky, Liz Miller, Chee Wang

Wild Birds Unlimited hosts Rain Gardens, Rain Barrels & Composting

School, please visit www.harmonyday-

Ng and Jason Paradis) have been select-

Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

school.com or call859.519.6759.

ed to re-invent a room in LAL’s Loudoun

Topic: Rain Gardens, Rain Barrels &

House the week of May 20. Patrons will

Composting, presented by: Bluegrass

have the opportunity to experience art-

Pride This is a free event at Wild Birds

local education, advocacy and research.

Lexington Singers perform best of Broadway

making in progress, to see the creative

Unlimited, 152 N. Locust Hill Dr., Lex-

For more information, contact Jennifer

The Lexington Singers will be perform-

problem solving inherent in the process

ington, KY 40509. 859-68-011. Email:

Ebert at 859-977-4614.

ing the best of Broadway with musical

and discover the fluidity that comes with

hummerllc@windstream.net

medleys from Kentucky’s 2006 “Artist

structured imagination.

Website: lexingtonky.wbu.com

held May 18 at Keeneland with registration starting at 8 a.m. The walk will begin at 9 a.m. Join the AHA/ASA in the fight against Kentucky’s No. 1 and No. 4 killers, heart disease and stroke at the Central Kentucky Heart Walk. The Heart Walk is the largest fundraiser of the year for the AHA/ASA with donations going to fund

prizes include an overnight stay at 21C, Dinner for 2 at Proof., and an exhibition

KFRW fashion show and luncheon

of the Year” and our own composer, arranger, and accompanist Jay Flippin. The

May 24

June 22 and June 23

The KFRW Spring Fashion Show and

concert will be held May 19 at 3 p.m. at

SITE opening celebration

Francisco’s Farm Arts Festival

Luncheon will be hosting the “Some

the Lexington Opera House.

May 24, 6-9 pm. LAL @ Loudoun House

June 22, 10a-6p, and June 23, 10a-5p

Like It Hot,” Spring Style Show and

For more information, go to the Lexing-

(209 Castlewood Dr.) Free ($5 donation

Equus Run Vineyards in Midway. Join

Luncheon.

ton Opera House website for details.

suggested). Celebrate the opening of

us for the 10th annual Francisco’s Farm

SITE, an exhibition of site-specific in-

Arts Festival, named a Top 20 Event by

stallations that transform the Lexington

the Southeast Tourism Society and a Top

The special guest will former Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao will be in atten-

May 20 - May 24

dance.

SITE INSTALLATION WEEK

Art League’s Loudoun House, with live

10 Art Fair & Festival by American Style

Tickets are $35 per person.

Open during gallery hours

music, cold drinks and delicious food

Magazine.

Please make checks payable to KFRW,

Come watch SITE artists (Blake Eames,

truck fare.

Mingle with 96 artists, shop for one-of-

Attn Carol Rogers, 2417 Williamsburg

Alisa Dworsky, Liz Miller, Chee Wang

Estates Lane, Lexington, Ky 40504.

Ng, and Jason Paradis) in action while

May 25

they work to install site-specific cre-

KDA 5K and Fun Walk

summer’s day in magical Midway, Ken-

ations at the Loudoun House Gallery.

KDA is hosting a 5K & Fun Walk at the

tucky. Admission to the festival is $10

offSITE

These amazing artists will only be here

Kentucky Horse Park May 25 at 4:30, in

per vehicle. There is no additional charge

Throughout Lexington

for one short week, so come be a part of

memory of former member Mary Kear-

for parking.

May 19 - July 14

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“GOOD” BACTERIA Probiotics are live microorganisms, such as bacteria or yeast, that are believed to improve health by maintaining the healthy balance of organisms or “healthy” bacteria in the colon (large intestine). These bacteria are necessary for the final stage of digestion.

PROBIOTIC PRODUCTS When it comes to products that contain probiotics, consumers are probably most familiar with lactobacillus acidophilus, which is contained in live culture yogurt. There are also a number of capsules and powders available as well.

The digestive system is home to more than 500 different bacterial species which help keep intestinal linings healthy and assist in breaking down food. These “good” organisms are also believed to help regulate healthy immune response. When the balance of friendly bacteria in the intestines becomes disturbed, researchers believe that some digestive disorders result.

Other foods that claim to provide probiotics are cereal, juice, frozen yogurt, granola, candy bars, and cookies. While they may contain probiotics, there is no guarantee that they contain the amount or in the form that is necessary to get the required health benefits.

TREATMENT AND PREVENTION Common causes of the bacteria population decreasing include the use of antibiotics, the occurrence of an infection, or acute diarrhea. Even the antibiotics that are used in the production of non-organic meats can bring about a decrease in the numbers of bacteria present. Disruptions can also be caused by stress, disease, poor nutrition, toxins, and medications (such as antibiotics), immunosuppressants, and gastric acid inhibitors, resulting in intestinal and systemic health disturbances. Although more research is needed, there’s also encouraging evidence that probiotics may also help treat and prevent the following:

Good quality probiotic products contain live cultures of the friendly bacteria, which are temperature sensitive. Therefore, refrigeration is required for storage to maintain the integrity of the cultures. However, they will not lose their potency if maintained at room temperature for a week or two at a time. Rule of thumb: if an individual is personally comfortable at room temperature, then the probiotics should maintain their full potency at this same temperature. It is suggested that a supply can be removed from the refrigerated stock bottle and put into a smaller container for use away from the refrigerator (date the bottle for tracking). Pour the desired number of capsules into the bottle cap so that any extra can be put back into the “home” bottle without handling to avoid introducing moisture present on the

hands into the product. When using powdered probiotics, always use a clean, dry spoon to measure. Use cold, room temperature, or slightly warm food or beverage for consumption within a short period of time. For both capsules and powder, avoid mixing the probiotics with hot foods or liquids, as high temperatures will kill the microorganisms. SIDE EFFECTS While some studies have shown many health benefits of probiotics and that the side effects, if any, tend to be mild and digestive (i.e. gas or bloating), more research still needs to be done to be sure that they are safe and effective as a supplement and in foods. This is especially true for children, pregnant women, elderly people, and people with compromised immune systems. Always speak with your doctor before taking any supplement under these circumstances. If you would like more information about supplements and healthy ways to develop your personal nutritional plan to successfully help you lose extra pounds before the summer, call Medical Bariatrics of Lexington at 859-263-SLIM (7546). MBL is the home of Lexington’s only boardcertified, non-surgical bariatricians. Our bariatricians will meet with you at every visit and will modify your weight loss plan to meet your specific needs. Give us a call today or visit our website for more information: www.lexingtonkyweightloss.com.

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