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Central Baptist gets Platinum Performance Achievement Award for heart care Central Baptist Hospital is one of only 164 hospitals nationwide to receive the American College of Cardiology Foundation’s NCDR ACTION Registry–Get With The Guidelines Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2012. The award recognizes Central Baptist’s commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients and signifies that the hospital has reached an aggressive goal of treating these patients to standard levels of care as outlined by the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association clinical guidelines and recommendations. To receive this award, Central Baptist consistently followed the treatment guidelines in the ACTION Registry– GWTG Premier for eight consecutive quarters and met a performance standard of 90% for specific performance measures. Implementation of the treatment guidelines is a critical step in saving the lives and improving outcomes of heart attack patients. “We have assembled a team that is always ready to provide the very best cardiovascular services with a personal and caring approach,” said Central Baptist Hospital President & CEO William G. Sisson. “We continue to focus on improving the quality of our cardiovascular care because our patients deserve the best and because the number of acute myocardial infarction patients eligible for treatment is expected to grow over the next decade due to increasing incidence of heart disease and a large aging population.”
KemperSports selected to manage Andover; new general manager named KemperSports, a leading golf course management company was selected by the board of directors at Andover Golf & Country Club to manage the private, memberowned, country club. KemperSports began management of Andover Golf & Country Club on August 13, 2012. “It’s an exciting time for our board, members and staff
as we begin our partnership with KemperSports,” said Ken Hill, president of Andover Golf & Country Club. “KemperSports is known for its proven reputation in golf course management and club operations, and we look forward to working with its team to take Andover Golf & Country Club to the next level and continue to grow our membership.” “Andover’s family-oriented membership and club amenities make it one of the most desirable private clubs in the Lexington market,” said KemperSports Chief Executive Officer Steve Skinner. “It’s an exciting time at Andover as almost 100 new members have been added this year and we are eager to continue this momentum as we partner with the Board of Directors, members and staff.” KemperSports has appointed 30 year PGA of America veteran, Bob Swezey as the new general manager at Andover. Swezey most recently was executive vice president of golf operations for Burroughs&Chapin Company in Myrtle Beach, SC where he was responsible for such courses as Grande Dunes, Tidewater and Pine Lakes. Prior to that, he was employed by KemperSports, NTS Development, St. Joe’s Development and the PGA Tour. Swezey is a native of Pennsylvania and attended the University of South Carolina. “Andover is a very social and family-friendly private club with a growing membership,” said Swezey. “The opportunity to once again be involved with one of the finest management countries in the world in the beautiful Bluegrass Region is very exciting. Andover’s growth this year is a tribute to the board of directors, membership and staff. With a proven record of success in country club management, KemperSports intends to build upon the experience, atmosphere and value that our members and their families expect at a private club”. For more information about Andover Golf & Country Club, visit www.golfandover.com or contact Gillian Prokop at 859.263.3710.
Lexington Laser Spa opens in Hamburg Lexington Laser Spa has opened its doors at 1925 Justice Drive. Lexington Laser Spa is the only authorized Laser Fast provider in Lexington. Backed by an exclusive two-
Lexington Laser Spa uses the “gold standard” in laser hair removal devices and the staff has 10 times the amount of training that typical laser companies provide. “Each client is treated individually, and we want nothing more than to see the excitement in their faces knowing they don’t have to worry about the unwanted or embarrassing hair any longer,” said Ted Naylon, co-owner, “We can even show you how laser hair removal will save you time and money over the years. “We are so confident in our system we offer a comprehensive two-year guarantee; simply stated, if we don’t get rid of your hair after your package is complete, we will treat you for free until it is gone..” “We guarantee our laser hair removal treatments because we respect our client’s time and money and are confident in our equipment and the skill of our treatment providers,” said Michael P Linehan, co-owner. Lexington Laser Spa offers free consultations educating their clients on laser technology, laser hair removal, and why the Laser Fast system is the best solution for hair removal. Customized packages are available to fit any budget.
Central Baptist Hospital given organ donation award Central Baptist Hospital has been awarded the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Bronze Medal of Honor for Organ Donation for achieving and sustaining national goals for donation, including a donation rate of 75 percent or more of eligible donors. CBH was among four Kentucky hospitals and 404 hospitals nationwide recognized October 4 during the Seventh Annual National Learning Congress on Organ Donation and Transplantation in Grapevine, Texas. Central Baptist collaborates with Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA), an independent, non-profit organ and tissue procurement agency servicing 114 counties in Kentucky. “I applaud these award winners for bringing the ‘gift of life’ to so many,” said HHS Assistant Secretary for Health Howard K. Koh, M.D., M.P.H. “Their tireless efforts to make improvements in the donation and transplantation field will continue to help save lives.” The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) at HHS supports the Donation and Transplantation Community of Practice, which brings together donation and transplantation professionals, hospital staff, and other professionals involved in the donation process to identify and share best practices.
by each child. In addition, we are making a general donation to the home: food, assorted educational toys, vitamins, tooth brushes, etc. Christmas for Kids 2012 Chapter II: I competed at the Mrs. Kentucky America Pageant in 2009 and won our state title. In 2009, I competed as Mrs. Kentucky America at the Mrs. America Pageant in Tucson, Ariz. and made top 5 in America!
Christy Stucker Mrs. USA Globe 2005
Christmas for Kids “Christmas for Kids” is officially on the radar times two for 2012! Christmas for Kids 2012 Chapter I: I competed at the Mrs. U.S. of A Globe Pageant in 2005 as Mrs. Kentucky and won the national title. In 2006, I returned to compete at the international Mrs. Globe 2006 Pageant as Mrs. U.S. of A and made top 5 in the world. This year I had the honor of judging the Mrs. Globe 2012 Pageant in Palm Springs, Calif. where Mrs. Ukraine was selected our new Mrs. Globe. Each year the Globe Travel Team brings “Christmas to Kids” in Mrs. Globe’s home country. In December 2012, I will be traveling to an orphanage in the Ukraine and bringing gifts to 90-plus children. Each child will receive: a blanket, pajamas, holiday outfit, teddy bear and special personalized toy requested
This year, I decided to apply my experience as a Globe Travel Team member to our home state and bring “Christmas for Kids” to Kentucky. This year the Mrs. Kentucky America travel team (Mrs. Kentuckys’ 2002 – current titleholder 2013!) will bring gifts to 50-plus boys and girls under the age of 18 to the Appalachian Children’s Home in Knox County. How can YOU help? Send a Mrs. Globe Travel Team/Mrs. Kentucky America Travel Team Holiday card to a loved one. Autographed by all Travel Team members and directly mailed to the address you provide. $10 donation with all proceeds to “Christmas for Kids.” Attend the Christmas for Kids “Champagne Send Off Party” in Lexington/November 2012. VIP passes include swag bags at this red carpet event. You do not want to miss this fun event with coverage from local magazine media. Bronze, silver, gold and platinum level sponsorships for Christmas for Kids 2012 are also available. Thank you in advance for helping us to make this a memorable holiday season for these wonderful children! Check www.TheMotherStucker.wordpress.com for updates and email MotherStucker@gmail. com for more information including holidays cards, VIP Passes to the send-off party and 2012 sponsorship!
Pictured from left: Lila K. Mrs. Globe 2004, Laura S. Mrs. North America 2005, Janelle H. Mrs U.S. of A 2006, Christy Stucker Mrs. U.S. of A 2005
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Edith J. Hayes Middle School hosting book fair at Barnes & Noble Edythe J. Hayes Middle School will be live in action at Barnes and Noble, located at 1932 Pavilion Way for the fourth annual EJH Showcase/Bookfair! There will be performances and displays from the EJH orchestra, Rock 101, drama club, golf team, STLP, chess team and more from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Cynthia Turner will be the featured author; she is a retired Fayette County Public school teacher. Turner will be in attendance from 11 until 11:30 a.m. to talk about her book, Now Faith, Now God and will do a book signing. Please come mix and mingle with the Hayes’ staff and support the Hayes’ students at this event. The EJH Library will receive a donation based upon a percentage of the sales made with the bookfair ID number 10657245 for that entire day. If you cannot attend this event you may visit BN.com/bookfairs to support the school library. You may also shop online Nov. 10 through Nov. 15 using the bookfair ID number.
To All Our Valued Customers, Readers & Friends, Everybody looks forward to a Thanksgiving feast Âˇâ€” the turkey, the pies and the celebration; the funny thing about Thanksgiving, or any huge meal, is that you spend 12 hours shopping for it and then chopping and cooking and braising and blanching. Then it takes 20 minutes to eat it and everybody sort of sits around in a food coma, and then it takes four hours to clean it up.
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However, Thanksgiving is incomplete without a moment of reflection. Spare a moment, and say a thanksgiving prayer.
My Favorite Things is paving the way to commence your holiday shopping experience. First, with their holiday open house, November 2-3-4th. And then with, a sleigh full of savings, see page 11. As always, thank you for your continued support! Enjoy this most wonderful time of the year while shopping and dining with family and friends in and around the Hamburg area. Look for our annual Christmas issue coming your way soon. Sincerely,
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National fitness program for baby boomers now in Kentucky Lexington’s longest-standing personal training company, Fitness Plus, is the only facility in Kentucky to have certified trainers and exclusive products for the Strong Over 50 program. Working with a team of exercise physiologists over a five-year period, John Stuef of Raleigh, N.C., developed and manufactured the Strong Over 50 system. He released SO-50 via a distributorship basis in September 2012. SO-50 uses a new, patent-pending piece of equipment, along with accessories, to provide a suspension fitness training system with a focus on safety. “John invented a safer version of the very popular suspension-based training designed by the Navy Seals, which is a really cool way of training but you have to be fairly coordinated to use it,” said Sheila Kalas, founder and owner of Fitness Plus. “Safety and fitness should always go hand in hand. As we age, safety is even more important when keeping up with fitness trends. The SO-50 equipment is an easier and safer way to do this type of suspension training.” According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau, Kentucky’s total population is 4,339,367, roughly 34 percent of whom fall within the baby boomer demographic. Fitness Plus is the only distributor of the Strong Over 50 program in Kentucky. Eight of the Fitness Plus personal train-
ers are certified SO-50 instructors. They are qualified to certify other gym owners and trainers throughout Kentucky. “Suspension training is hot now,” Kalas said. “This SO-50 will soon be a staple in most gyms.” For information, go to www.strongover50.com. John Stuef, owner of Rapid Fitness in Raleigh, N.C., worked with a team of exercise physiologists over a five-year period to develop and manufacture the Strong Over 50 system. The patent-pending rack equipment is made of aircraftgrade aluminum, corrosion-resistant Delrin bearings, heavy-duty grips and a height adjuster. Exercise accessories for the SO-50 system include an ab strap, door hanger and mounting strap with carabineer. Focusing on body weight suspension, the SO-50 specialized workout routines allow individuals of all ages and fitness levels to improve their balance, endurance and core strength. About Fitness Plus Established in 1995 by Sheila Kalas, Fitness Plus is a provider of one-on-one personal training and wellness services. Locations are on National Avenue in Lexington and a satellite facility in Thoroughbred Square in downtown Versailles. Fitness Plus II, owned by Josh Sato, is in Bellerive Plaza at the Fayette/ Jessamine County line. Fitness Plus is a member of the Medical Fitness Association.
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National College joins with Bluegrass Military Affairs Coalition (BMAC) each year to to provide student, staff and faculty volunteers for many of its events. BMAC held its annual Wounded Warrior Celebrity Golf Tournament this year at the Golf Club of the Bluegrass Sept.10 to a very large contingent of golf teams and guests. National Collegeâ€™s branch of Phi Beta Lambda provided several volunteers for the tournament that raises much-needed funds for wounded veterans. Photo by Earlane Cox
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Forcht Bank names new compliance officer Forcht Bank has named Todd Harris as the bank’s new compliance/CRA officer.
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Harris has been with Forcht Bank since 2005, most recently as senior internal auditor. He has over 14 years of banking experience and has received several certifications and designations within the auditing and compliance fields. Harris is a native of Lexington and earned his undergraduate degree from Eastern Kentucky University.
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Director picked at Lexington Art League The Lexington Art League (LAL), central Kentucky’s oldest
that enhance quality of life for people and communities.“I
and largest visual arts organization, is pleased to announce
am thrilled to join LAL,” Andrews said. “Since moving to
the selection of Michael Andrews for the position of devel-
Kentucky, I have been impressed with the energy and en-
opment director. Andrews was selected from a national pool
thusiasm of our staff and volunteers and the vitality of the
of candidates and has recently relocated to Kentucky from
North Carolina. Andrews’ role as development director will focus on advanc“Michael brings a passion for visual art, an appreciation
ing LAL’s position in central Kentucky through the procure-
for its economic impact and personal importance, and an
ment of additional financial support.
understanding of crucial development issues to LAL,” said Stephanie Harris, LAL’s executive director. “We are incred-
Funds raised through the efforts of the development direc-
ibly fortunate to have him working to advance LAL’s legacy
tor allow LAL to provide art for everyone with community
and Lexington’s arts community, and I am certain he will
engagement programs, educational workshops and lectures,
elevate our organization and our city to new heights.”
special visual art events, and exhibitions, most of which are
offered to the community for free.
Before joining LAL, Andrews most recently served as director of development and marketing for McColl Center for
Andrews’ work will also support LAL’s expansion initiative,
Visual Art, a nationally renowned artist-in-residence center
which has a goal of establishing a permanent contemporary
and business innovation institute in Charlotte, N.C.
art presence in downtown Lexington.
Over the past 20 years, he has worked as a public relations
“LAL has the foundation of an illustrious history with excit-
and fund-raising professional in a variety of sectors, includ-
ing plans for the future,” said Andrews. “It is an important
ing arts and culture, human services, education and envi-
catalyst for advancing contemporary art and creativity in
ronment sustainability. His entire career has been dedicated
Lexington and beyond, and I am pleased to be a part of this
to increasing awareness about and support for organizations
unique and inspiring arts movement.”
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Through the end of the year Joli will give you $10 extra for every $100 spent on a gift card
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REVEAL YOUR PASSION MAKEUP EVENT November 29 • Noon-8pm A special artist from Aveda will be at Joli to do makeup makeovers. $25 pre-pay goes toward your makeup purchases and reserves your appointment.
COME SEE SANTA AT JOLI SPALIDAYS December 8 We will have Santa from 3pm-5pm. There will be door prizes every 30 minutes as well as lots of food and drinks for everyone.
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On Deck with Cody Decker A new column about Hamburg’s happenings and expectations throughout the years. Everything from shoppers standing in line in the wee hours of the morning to the occasional wrestling match for the last Tickle Me Elmo is quite the experience for participants and spectators alike.
Well, it definitely feels and looks like fall is all around us; the leaves have changed and have begun to blanket the lawns, and there’s a pleasant nip to the air that’s more than welcome in my book when compared to the blistering heat we endured this summer. Not only does this time of year bring a change in weather, but it seems to bring somewhat of a change in mindset as well. I’m sure I can speak for a few out there when I say that this cooler weather brings thoughts of Jingle Bells on the radio stations in every store you walk into and jolly old Saint Nick appearing in ads and displays around every corner. Those sights and sounds bring back a flow of childhood memories and feelings that bring nothing but a smile to my face. Of course, I know Christmas doesn’t fall within November, but the biggest shopping day of the year that many families use to prepare for Dec. 25 does — Black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving, other than being the day my birthday happens to fall on this year, has been a shopper’s dream since the phrase was coined in Philadelphia during the 1960s. The day has reached newer and higher extremes
With that day growing closer and closer, more and more ads and promotions will be flowing into your mailboxes and through your television sets in what will seem like an almost constant stream. I won’t bore you by listing a slew of them here, but they’ll come soon enough. When they do, I suggest to jot them down, record them or stick them in a folder labeled “battle plan” because it’s always good to have an idea and know exactly what your destination is in a possible hostile environment. The thought to even purchase some protective eyewear and a mouthpiece may also need to be discussed between you and your shopping partner for the day because nothing dampens the holiday spirit like a black eye or a chipped tooth. All jokes aside, though, whether you have kids, parents, grandparents or friends to shop for this holiday season you can rest assure that you will be able to find this, that or the other to suit even the hardest person to shop for on your list right here in Hamburg. So, following a good night’s rest after devouring your body weight in turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing, head on over to Starbucks, fuel up on caffeine and have a safe and non-confrontational day of discounted shopping. I’ll be there, vowing only to go in and get solely what I came for and nothing else, but we all know how that seems to turn out. Have a happy Thanksgiving Hamburg!
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Watkins one of 12 chosen for nursing leadership academy Stacey Watkins, RN, MSN, a nursing director at Central Baptist Hospital, is one of only 12 nationwide to be accepted as a fellow into the Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy (GLNA). The award was presented by the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International. In collaboration with the John A. Hartford Foundation Centers for Geriatric Nursing Excellence, the GNLA program pairs leadership mentors and fellows in an 18-month program featuring blended curriculum designed to empower nurses to effectively lead their organizations through challenging times regarding elder care. At Central Baptist, Watkins has developed the Geriatric Care Team, an interprofessional team of healthcare workers established to create a culturally sen-
Stacey Watkins sitive environment supportive to the needs of older adult patients.
Heroes Behind the Badge to debut in Lexington
Heroes Behind the Badge is a documentary
the line of duty. Its stories will be powerful,
film featuring some of the brave men and
emotional, insightful, and educational.
women of law enforcement who put their lives on the line and survive and those
Thanks to a partnership with the NLEOMF,
who made the ultimate sacrifice. We are
active duty police officers, retired officers,
so excited to bring this documentary to
and family members of the fallen, audiences
Lexington, (one of 10 confirmed event sites
will experience what itâ€™s really like to walk
the thin blue line.
The event will be Tuesday, November 13 at
The film has had great reviews across the
NorthEast Christian Church of Lexington,
country and was shown at the Interna-
Doors open at 5:30pm, program starts at
tional Chiefs of Police Association in San
6:30, 990 Star Shoot Parkway Lexington,
Diego this year. The documentary wonâ€™t be
released in theaters, only in these venues, DVD and Blu-Ray. 70% of the proceeds go
This inspiring documentary will change
to the National Law Enforcement Officer
the way we look at the men and women of
Memorial Foundation and 30% goes to
law enforcement and highlight the unself-
Wives Behind the Badge [www.wivesbe-
ish acts of bravery they commit each day in
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Local demand up for Toys for Tots
Goal is 100,000 toys
lans are under way for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve 61st annual Toy for Tots drive for central and eastern Kentucky’s needy
children now through Dec. 20. “Last year we distributed 60,000 toys, but this year the demand is higher with the addition of three more counties and continued financial hardships felt across the state,” local campaign coordinator SSGT C.J. Santimaw said. “The goal of this year’s campaign is 100,000 toys to meet the demand. The local campaign serves children in 16 counties including: Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Clark, Fayette, Fleming, Franklin, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Powell, Harrison, Pulaski and Woodford. While Toys for Tots coordinators organize, coordinate and manage the campaign, the ultimate success depends on the support of the local community and the generosity of the people who donate toys. Members of the community are encouraged to drop new, unwrapped toys in collection boxes positioned in local businesses including Toys R Us, Target, S&S Tire & Auto Service Centers and Big Lots. See www.ToysforTots.Org for current drop-off sites. “Many people are not aware that we actually purchase toys to make up for the shortage of donations when we still have requests to fill,” said Santimaw. Last year’s campaign raised $23,000 locally to purchase additional toys. Companies or individuals willing to hold an event to collects toys or donations for the campaign should coordinate with Santimaw to schedule the presence of marines. Current events scheduled include: • Toys R Us kickoff is Nov. 1-2 • S&S Tire 10 percent off toy drive is Nov. 1 – Dec. 15 • Cintas toy drive Lexington is Nov. 10 • Saul Good fund-raiser is Nov. 13 • Bluegrass Sportsman Club charity shoot is Dec. 15
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Lexington Art & Craft Show to feature exceptional local and national artisans The second annual Lexington Art & Craft Show is being held the weekend before Thanksgiving, November 17 and 18, at the Lexington Center in downtown Lexington. Just in time for holiday shopping, the Lexington Art & Craft Show will showcase 150 exceptional artists and craftsmen from Lexington and beyond. The show is a juried art and craft event where each exhibitor is carefully selected with only the best work accepted in each category. “I’m so excited to have an indoor art show in Lexington this time of year. This will offer the public the opportunity to buy original, one-of-a-kind gifts for the holiday season,” said Dan Neil Barnes, an award-winning Lexington artist. Featured local artists include basket weavers Mary McAllister and Rosemary Graves, landscape artist Marianna McDonald, scrolled wood artists Mick and Deb
Shambro, mixed media artists Melissa Oesch and Steve Heartsill, metalsmith Lloyd Hughes, woodworker Keith Chambers, potter Melisa Zimmerman, jeweler Jennifer McLamb, artist Leslie Dickinson and photographer John Snell. Several Kentucky specialty food producers, including Lexington’s own Boone Creek Creamery will be sampling and selling their fine crafted edibles. The Lexington Art & Craft Show is made possible in part by sponsor WKYT-TV 27. The Lexington Art & Craft Show is being held Saturday, November 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lexington Center, 430 W. Vine St., Lexington, KY. Admission is $6 for both days, children 12 and under are free with a paid adult. Free parking is available in the High Street or Manchester Street lots.
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Saint Joseph harnesses healing power of art When the Saint Joseph East Cancer Center, part of KentuckyOne Health, opened in Hamburg earlier this year, oncologists Jessica Moss, M.D. and Donald Goodin, M.D. wanted to create an environment for peace and healing. With the help of the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation and LexArts, a call was issued to Kentucky artists to submit works for possible placement throughout the new facility. Dr. Moss and Dr. Goodin provided words on inspiration to guide the submissions and were part of the committee that selected the art used. The selection committee used some interesting criteria. In evaluating each piece and determining where it would be placed, they considered the healing powers of the colors used. For example, they selected works with purple, an anti-nausea color, for placement in treatment areas. In all, 33 individual pieces of art created by Kentucky artists were selected and displayed throughout the facility. “Artwork in the cancer center is fundamental-
ly important in treatment of a patients mind, body and spirit,” said Dr. Goodin. “Everyone at the cancer center is so proud and energized with this project, but more important, we are grateful and certainly our patients and families are as well.” The project was funded by donations secured by the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, including a significant gift from Logan’s Healthcare Linens & Uniforms, a family-owned Kentucky business. “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,” said Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation President and CEO Barry Stumbo. “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.” The Saint Joseph Cancer Center is located at 3470 Blazer Parkway, Suite 150.
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Wednesday, Nov. 7 WVLK 65th anniversary and salute to Joe B. Hall
Monday, Nov. 12 Support Big Blue with blood drive The Big Blue Crush (UK vs TN) Blood
Newstalk 590 WVLK is painting the
Drive will be held Nov. 12.
The Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra
town blue with its 65th anniversary and
The event will be held at the Singletary
Peanut Butter and Jelly Concert will be
former University of Kentucky Head
Center for the Arts from 10 a.m. to 6
held Nov. 3, starting at 10 a.m., at the
Basketball Coach Joe B. Hall’s 40th an-
Lexington Hearing and Speech Center.
Each concert will feature a LexPhil
Enjoy cocktail hour with hors d’oeurves,
Tuesday, Nov. 13
ensemble from a different instrument
beer and wine and a complete South-
family of the orchestra to take you and
ern style buffet with featured speakers
Heroes Behind The Badge to be presented
your little ones on a musical journey
including former players and friends of
Heroes Behind the Badge is a docu-
beyond the storybook pages. Peanut
mentary film featuring some of the
butter and jelly sandwiches are served.
Scheduled to appear are Coach Cal, Joe
brave men and women of law enforce-
For more information, call (859) 233-
B. Hall, Mayor Jim Gray, and a whole
ment who put their lives on the line and
cast of former UK players mostly made
survived, and those who made the ulti-
up of Joe B. Hall’s former players.
Sunday, Nov. 4
mate sacrifice. It will be shown at Nov.
The event will be held Nov. 7 from 6 to
13 North East Christian Church, 990
Dance Attack Holiday Market and Family Fun Day
9 p.m. at the The Red Mile Clubhouse -
Star Shoot Parkway, starting at 7 p.m.
1200 Red Mile Road in Lexington.
For more information, go to: www.
Some of Lexington’s most unique and
For more information, contact Erin
creative vendors will take part in the
Hall at (859) 253-5928.
badge/ Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Family Fun Day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Senior bingo at Chick-fil-A
at the Tates Creek Community Center
Chick-fil-A, Hamburg is beginning
Chick-fil-A hosting Tuesday Toddler Time
There will be plenty of fun activi-
Senior Bingo! First and third Wednes-
Chick-fil-A, Hamburg is beginning
ties, such as The Rolling Video Game
day’s of each month from 9:30-11:00
Tuesday Toddler Time! Beginning
Truck, Rosie’s Ponies and Petting
beginning November 7th! (November
November 13th @ 9:00 a.m. (Nov.
Zoo,entertainment by local youth art-
dates 7th and 21st),
13th, 20th, 27th)
Saturday, Nov. 10
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Lexington Preschool Fair
Hero pilot to speak
The fourth annual Lexington Preschool
An Evening with Captain Sully Sullen-
Fair will take place Saturday, Nov. 10
Monday, Nov. 5
from 10 am - noon at Centenary United
berger will be welcomed by The Sand-
Lexington Legatees: Contemporary Printmaking in the Bluegrass
Methodist Church, 2800 Tates Creek
by Anusha Ravishankar & Sanskriti
Lexington has a vibrant small press in-
speak to parents and answer questions
School of Dance together the UK
dustry comprised of artists working in
a variety of print media including letter
The event will be held at the Farish The-
press, wood prints, and silk screens.
Association Gala will be held Friday, November 2. This year’s event features a cruise theme with a lavish dinner buffet, silent and live auction and entertianment by Caught Red Handed. The cost is $125 per person. For more information, contact Angela Carlos at 859-455-8245 The event will be held at the RJ Corman Hangar in Nicholasville at 7 p.m.
Gallery to present Appalachia in the Bluegrass The University of Kentucky Niles Gallery will present Appalachia in the Bluegrass: Don Pedi All shows at noon and admission is free. For more information, call the gallery at 859-257-8183.
The Metropolitan Woman’s Club Alumni Lunch The Metropolitan Woman’s Club Alumni Lunch will be held at the Lexington Country Club , Paris Pike at 11:30 a.m. To rsvp, contact Karen Carter 278-4450 or email@example.com
Saturday Nov. 3 Explore Indian dance at library The public is invited to an Indian classical dance and a tap dance performance
Dance Attack Holiday Market and
ists, cake walk, face painting, yummy food and more. For more information, call Jody Glaser
ater, Lexington Public Library (Central
Lexington Legatees: Contemporary
/ Downtown) from 10:30 a.m. - noon
Printmaking in the bluegrass is cel-
For more information, contact Anusha
ebrated in this month-long exhibition
Rd. At the fair, local preschool representatives will hand out information, about their programs. Area parents are invited to the free event. Children’s activities will be available. The fair is organized by the MOMS Club of Lexington-East. For more information, see lexington-
ers-Brown Center on Aging Foundation as the honored guest and keynote speaker. The event will be held Nov. 14 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the Lexington Convention Center Bluegrass Ballroom. All proceeds to support Alzheimers Disease Education and Research at UK. For more information, contact Lisa Greer at 859-797-2338. Continued to page 28
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Ball Homes Night of Hope coming up Nov. 15 The Hope Center presents the fourth annual Ball Homes Night of Hope Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Lexington Opera House. Chef Jeff Henderson, well-known executive chef at Caesar’s Palace and at Cafe Bellagio in Las Vegas, who has also hosted the Food Network hit, The Chef Jeff Project, is a powerful and emotional speaker who has been noted to “bring a standing ovation” and to “mesmerize” audiences.” His memoir was a New York Times best-seller and his followup book,The Power of Potential, will be released in spring of 2013. He is now a co-star of Beat the Chefs on GCN. Henderson’s background is what makes his story so remarkable. He grew up in a rough inner city L.A. neighborhood. He became a drug dealer, and at 24 he was arrested, convicted and sent to prison. While incarcerated, Henderson matured, got an education and found his life’s calling. With persistence, ded-
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The event features live country music, bourbon tastings and a barbeque din-
Art After Hours at The
ner. Tickets can be purchased at www.
Art Museum at the
University of Kentucky
For more information, call Laura Eastes
The final stop on the Art After Hours
tour of Lexington at the Art Museum at the University of Kentucky will be Nov.
Go Red for Women
14 from 6 until 8 p.m .
Luncheon to be held
Tour the facility, meet the staff, and
Holly Hoffman,motivational speaker
participate in a fun, hands-on activ-
and finalist on Survivor Nicaragua will
ity while networking with other young
be the keynote speaker for the Go Red
professionals and art lovers.
for Women Luncheon
For more information, call Amy Mur-
The event will be held Nov. 16, start-
ing at 9 .m., at the Lexington Center - Bluegrass Ballroom. Other events
Thursday, Nov. 15
include educational break outs, heart
Ball Homes presents
health expo and Macy’s Survivor Fash-
Night of Hope
The Hope Center welcomes Chef Jeff
For more information, contact Mike
Henderson, New York Times best-sell-
Turner at 859-977-4601.
ing author and America’s most inspirational culinary star as the featured
Project Runway contestant to
speaker. Music will be provided by the
host Red Shoe Rendevous
University of Kentucky Opera and all
Come to a cocktail social event featur-
proceeds go to the Hope Center Pro-
ing a unique fashion show, silent auc-
tion, hors d’oeuvres and bar.
The event begins at 7 p.m. in the Lex-
The special guest will be Gunnar of
ington Opera House.
Project Runway, who will be modeling
For more information, call Carrie
and co-hosting the show along with
Pamula Honchell ABC 36 fashion news reporter.
Friday, Nov. 16
The Red Shoe Rendevous will be held
Fourth Annual Boots,
Nov. 16 at the The Signature Club of
Bourbon & Brew to be held
Lansdowne from 7 until 10 p.m.
THe Fourth Annual Boots, Bourbon
For more information or to make a
& Brew Presented by Paul Miller Ford
reservation, call Sarah Jordan at 859-
Mazda Auto Outlet will be held Nov. 16
from 8 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. at Buster’s
tian Church. MOMS Club is a support
every veteran, and serve to heal impor-
group for at-home Moms. Visitors are
tant areas in a veteran’s life.
welcome. Contact us at 1-859-955-0056
The event will be held at Broadway
Christian Church Nov. 18 from 6:30 to
Saturday, Nov. 17
Boots, Bourbon & Brew is a causal
MOM CLUB to hold meeting
country-western inspired event held by
MOMS Club of Lexington - East will
LCF’s Pegasus Board and raises funds
hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Fri-
to benefit cancer patients in Kentucky.
day, November 16, at Crossroads Chris-
For more information, call Micah For-
Big band swing dance with live music
man at 859-278-6540.
The Hepcats and the University of
Monday, Nov. 19
Kentucky School of Music join forces
University of Kentucky
for this event.
Symphony Band with Miles Os-
Everyone is invited.
land on saxophone will be in concert
Free swing dance lesson and compli-
Nov. 19 at the Singletary Center, start-
ing at 7:30 p.m.
See www.luv2swingdance.com for details. The event will be held a the University of Kentucky Student Center Grand Ballroom, corner of S. Limestone and Ave. of Champions from 7:30 p.m. until midnight. For more information, call Mike Richardson at 859-420-2426
Henry Clay Gold Cheer Squad to host holiday bazaar The Henry Clay High School Gold Cheer Squad Holiday Bazaar will be held Nov. 17 from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. at the Henry Clay High School Cafeteria with many different vendors including kitchen/cooking accessories, jewelry, purses, wreaths, skin/beauty care, household accessories, and great Christmas gift ideas. There will also be a local gold, silver,and platinum purchaser. Food available for sale. For more information, call Kim Privett at 859-230-0295.
Sunday, Nov. 18 Veterans to be honored Veteran’s Legacy Night will capture the
Billiards & Backroom.
hearts of many as we seek to honor the sacrifice of every veteran and their families, supply an ideal place to remember the full military experience of
The final concert of the fall season for the UK Bands is presented by the UK Symphony Band under the baton of Associate Director of Bands George R. Boulden. The featured soloist will be Miles Osland, professor of saxophone and jazz studies at the University of Kentucky. Cost is free. For more information, call 859-2574929.
Friday, Nov. 23 Bids 4 Builds to hold online auction Bids 4 Builds Online Auction benefiting Lexington Habitat for Humanity will start Nov. 23 and continue through Dec. 2 There will be a holiday open house at the Habitat ReStore on Dec, 8, from 9 a.m. - noon where you can pick up your item. The email address is bids4builds@ lexhabitat.org. Contact Megan Meserve at 859-2522224 X109 for more information.
Saturday, Nov. 24 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to be performed Lexington Children’s Theaters presents The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Based on the book by C.S Lewis,
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dramatized by Don Quinn, Nov. 24,
experience where artists at all skill
Contact: (859) 257-4929
wreath!! Enjoy the cozy warmth from
starting at 2 p.m.
levels will have the opportunity to paint
Time: 7:30 pm
the wood stove as you fashion a unique
Tickets are $17 for adults and $14 for
their own masterpiece to match one
Location: Singletary Center.
work of art. The cost includes wreath
of professional painter, Enrique Gon-
For more information, call 859-254-
zalez‘s very own creations, and take it
Kentuckians Chorus: Santa
at Springhouse, bows, berries, cones &
4546 ext 247
home with you.
Claus is Comin’ to Town
lots of instructions & assistance.
The session will be held at the Lyric
The Award winning Kentuckians Cho-
Contact: Julie Coleman (859) 224-0033
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Theatre & Cultural Arts Center from 6
rus presents “Santa Claus is Comin’ to
Time: 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
Join the Interfaith Celebration
until 8 p.m. Nov. 29.
Town”. Bring the whole family for fun
Location: Springhouse Gardens
For more information, call Jack Woll-
and award winning harmony. Tickets
A vegetarian meal will be served A
man at 859-280-2218.
Contact: (859) 233-8300
Art Sale and Open House- Ply-
God’s Pantry Food Bank and a repre-
ring, freshly cut greenery gathered here
sentative will talk about new develop-
Friday, Nov. 30
Time: 7:30 pm
male Gallery, 401 Main St.,Victorian
Black Friday art sale to be
Location: Haggin Auditorium, Transyl-
Square, is hosting it’s 3rd annual Art
Bring non-perishable food for the Food
Sale and Open House on Sunday, Dec.
Bank and/or a salad or side dish to
On Nov. 30, from 5 until 9 p.m., the
share on Nov. 27 from 6 until 7:30 p.m
Lexington Art League’s Black Friday
On The Verge
original paintings, by local artists, will
The food bank is located at 124 N. Ash-
brings artists together for a pop-up
UK Theatre Department presents On
be available for purchase. Cello Music
land Ave. For more information, call
shop experience that offers a creative
The Verge (by Eric Overmyer). Tickets:
will be provided by Mr. John Woodford.
Lisa Satin at 859-338-3740.
local shopping alternative. Shop for
$15 adults, $10 students (plus fees).
one-of-a-kind gifts, all of which are
Time: 7:30 pm
Disney Live! Mickey’s
Wednesday, Nov. 28
are under $50, for everyone on your
Location: UK Guignol Theatre, Lexing-
Dine out and fight AIDS
Mickey Mouse and friends rock the
On the Wednesday after Thanksgiv-
The sale will be held at the Loudoun
ing, generous restaurants throughout
Southern Lights at
Mermaid, Aladdin and Disney Pixar’s
Lexington will donate a portion of their
For more information, call Amber Scott
The Kentucky Horse Park
Toy Story. You can’t resist dancing,
proceeds to AVOL as part of the inter-
November 16 through December 31,
singing, playing your air-guitar and
2012 the 19th annual Southern Lights
laughing with this band of charac-
national event ‘Dining Out for Life.”
2nd, from 3-6 P.M. A wide variety of
world with the stars from The Little
Find out more at www.avolky.org
returns to the Kentucky Horse Park!
ters! Time: 1 pm and 4 pm. Tickets:
Don’t forget to enter the drawing with
Block Printed Holiday Cards
The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
Get a head start on your holiday cards
presents Southern Lights annually in
Time: 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
For more information, call Brian Slate
with this fun, all-ages workshop! We
support of the Kentucky Horse Park.
Location: Rupp Arena.
of AVOL at 859-225-3000
will use block printing techniques to
Not only is this event a successful
create stunning cards to amaze your
fundraiser, but it has become a beloved
Transylvania to present jazz
friends and family! Registration in-
family holiday tradition for people from
Lyric Theater presents
and percussion ensembles
cludes 12 cards and envelopes per
throughout the Bluegrass and beyond!
Jazz and percussion ensembles to
person and a calendar (with additional
Lights run every night. Indoor attrac-
Lyric Theater will host the movie pre-
perform at Transylvania University in
materials available for a nominal fee).
tions every night except for Nov. 22 and
miere of Still Standing from the creators
Contact: Amy Murray, 859-255-6653
Dec. 24-31. Price: $15: personal vehicle
This event is free and open to the public
Sunday - Thursday. $20: personal ve-
Happily Ever After and You Saved Me.
and begins at 7:30 p.m.
Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 a
hicle Friday & Saturday. Contact: Chris
The film focuses on challenges married
For more information, call 859-233-
Location: Headley-Whitney Museum
Nentwick (859) 255-5727
couples face and how they overcome
4435 Old Frankfort Pike, Lexington KY
Time: 5:30 pm - 10 pm
them. Starring Kindred the Family
Location: The Kentucky Horse Park.
Soul, Speech (Arrested Development)
Thursday, Nov. 29 Painting with Enrique
and Yolanda Thomas and Dr. Sherry L.
Blake (Braxton Family Values).
University of Kentucky Choirs presents
Join us in the old Tobacco Barn to
Contact: Denise exassist@lexington-
Have fun at The Lyric’s hands-on art
this holiday classic.
design & create your own Christmas
lyric.com (859) 280-2201
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overeating and then, a few weeks later,
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lowing week. One to two pounds is still a
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