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Thankful for Family Business Updates........................................................................................................4 Chatting with Christy..............................................................................................5 From the Publisher....................................................................................................6 Cover Story.................. .................................................................................................7 Journal Entries.........................................................................................................24 Publisher/Senior Account Executive

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The Hamburg Journal is happy to provide the following business-related news from our area: Friends of the Kentucky Theatre fund-raising drive making progress toward goal Almost one year into its fund-raising campaign, members of the Friends of the Kentucky Theatre (Friends), a group of civic-minded community volunteers, are well on their way to meeting the campaign goal established for urgently needed upgrades to Lexington’s most famous and beloved movie house. The campaign kick-off took place with a successful 90year birthday celebration at the theatre on October 10, 2012. Thanks to the generosity of Lexington and central Kentucky’s movie-loving public, businesses, and with additional support from the city, the amount raised since that time is $705,600. Phase I of planned improvements to the theatre, the conversion to digital projection and sound equipment considered the most urgent needs, were completed this summer. Construction for completing additional upgrades including the installation of new seating, electrical and lighting upgrades, and new carpet and paint, has been scheduled to begin on February 17, 2014, and is estimated to take six to eight weeks. The State Theatre will remain open during this time. The fund-raising efforts will ramp up over the coming months with the seat purchase/donation program, special events and participation in the Bluegrass Community Foundation’s Good Giving Challenge, scheduled to begin on November 1. Details for donating to the Friends campaign are available at < or . Checks can be made payable to Friends of the Kentucky Theatre and mailed to the Bluegrass Community Foundation, 250 W. Main Street, #1220, Lexington, KY 40507. The Friends of the Kentucky Theatre is a non-profit organization comprised of civic-minded community leaders and members united in the mission to preserve, renovate and enhance the Kentucky Theatre and create a fund for its continued maintenance over the coming years. The 91-yearold cinema has become a cultural fixture in downtown

Lexington regularly offering diverse, community-centered programming (and the best popcorn anywhere). Tax-deductible contributions may be made via a charitable fund established with Blue Grass Community Foundation, a 501 (c) (3).

Established Lexington veterinarian begins practice at Eastland Animal Hospital Jeffrey Weinberg, DVM, an established Lexington-area veterinarian, has opened practice at Eastland Animal Hospital, located at 1301 Eastland Road in Lexington. The hospital is also now accepting new patients for the first time in many years. Dr. Weinberg has been practicing veterinary medicine for 10 years and has been in Lexington for five years. He is a graduate of the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his undergraduate work at the University of Florida. He has experience treating both horses and small animals and is an active supporter of the Lexington Humane Society. Eastland Animal Hospital has been caring for pets since 1958. Gary Seagren, DVM, has operated the hospital since 1977. He will remain in practice at the hospital through the end of the October. “Since becoming a veterinarian, I have always wanted to operate my own practice,” said Weinberg. “Pets are important members of the family. As a pet owner, I know how important it is to keep animals healthy. I pride myself on providing them with the best care possible.” Eastland Animal Hospital provides primary preventative care, dental care, specialty and surgical services and grooming for dogs, cats and will also offer, on a limited basis, house calls for dogs, cats and horses. The hospital is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Doctor hours are by appointment. For more information about Eastland Animal Hospital, call 859.255.8481

The Saint Joseph Heart Institute, part of KentuckyOne Health, has successfully completed a new life-saving heart procedure that can present an alternative for patients who are too ill for open-heart surgery. Part of a clinical trial, it is the first time in Kentucky the minimally invasive MitraClip procedure has been completed. The MitraClip is a small metal clip that helps patients with mitral regurgitation (MR), a condition where the heart’s mitral valve leaflets do not close tightly, causing blood to leak into the heart’s left atrium that can lead to heart failure. This new treatment expands the options for selected patients with MR, especially those who are not candidates for invasive open-heart surgery. The procedure allows doctors to use catheter-based technology to repair the mitral valve, without the need for patients to undergo cardiopulmonary bypass. The MitraClip procedure shortens recovery time and ultimately improves quality of life for those experiencing life-altering symptoms like fatigue and shortness of breath. With MitraClip and the recently introduced Trans Catheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure, Saint Joseph physicians like Robert Salley, M.D., executive director of Cardiovascular Services, are now able to treat a number of serious heart conditions with minimally invasive methods. “This is the first time that we’ve had an ability to manage this problem for patients too ill to undergo open heart surgery,” said Dr. Salley. “In the past, the only option to help patients with congestive heart failure was to band-aid the symptoms with medication. This is a huge opportunity to increase the health and quality of life for many patients.” During the MitraClip procedure, a physician will use traditional catheter methods to guide the clip into the left atrium. The clip is lowered and attached to the valve to repair or reduce MR. MR is the most common type of heart valve insufficiency in the United States, affecting approximately 4 million people. This condition cannot be medically treated, and previously could only be repaired with open-heart surgery on patients who were otherwise physically healthy. “As part of our mission to provide the best care possible to residents across the state, we’re thrilled to bring the MitraClip clinical trial to Lexington,” said John E. Smithhisler, Market Leader, Central and Eastern Kentucky and President, Saint Joseph Hospital. “These combined services, not offered elsewhere in the area will bring more comprehensive cardiology care to residents throughout Kentucky.”

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Christy Stucker Mrs. USA Globe 2005 NOVEMBLOGGER Nearly two years ago I began blogging. Never one to back away from a dare, I accepted the “Social Media Influencer” challenge proposed by Time Savage, founder of Talent Attach. Quickly I realized the construction of a successful blog requires equal parts soul searching and experimentation. My blog, MotherStucker (, is now best know for my brand ambassador ongoing feature, White Hot Review Board. Fresh from Bloggy Conference 2013 (Sandusky OH) and knee deep in preparation for the second annual MotherStucker’s MotherLoad Holiday Giving Guide, here are my tips on how to start your own blog! 1. PICK A TOPIC. You can change it when you really know what you’re doing. This is like dating. Pick something that seems good, and if it isn’t, try again. Don’t get hung up on topic. As in dating, you’ll know when you’ve found one that’s the right fit. Pick something that interests you or pick something that will help your career. Ignore your fears of looking foolish. Ignore the voices that say you can’t do this.2.

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Lexington Fire Department wants you to stay safe, warm this winter As the temperature outside drops, Lexington families take to the indoors to keep safe and warm. What they may not realize is that turning up the heat and using alternative heat sources can increase the risk of home heating fires. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), nearly half of all home-heating fires occur during the winter months. On average, NFPA research show that heating equipment is involved in roughly 70,000 reported U.S. home structure fires, with associated loss of more than 600 civilian deaths, almost 1,600 civilian injuries and more than $1 billion in direct property damage. While these numbers may be frightening, nearly all of these fires are preventable. We can help reduce the number of home heat-

ing fires in our community be taking some simple precautions and by using heating equipment properly. NFPA and the Lexington Fire Department recommend some simple home heating safety tips, so residents can help keep our community safe and warm this winter. • Have your chimney inspected each year and cleaned if necessary. • Use a sturdy fireplace screen. • Allow ashes to cool before disposing. Dispose of ashes in a metal container. • Space heaters need space. Keep all things that can burn, such as paper, bedding or furniture, at least 3 feet away from heating equipment. • Turn portable heaters off when you go to bed or leave the room. • Plug power cord only into outlets with

sufficient capacity and never into an extension cord. • Inspect for cracked or broken plugs or loose connections. Replace damaged cords before using. • Install smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home. Interconnect all smoke alarms throughout the home so that when

one sounds, they all sound. Test smoke alarms at least once a month. • Install and maintain a carbon monoxide alarm in a central location outside each sleeping area. • Never use an oven to heat your home. • Have your HVAC units and systems inspected by a qualified professional. • Change your furnace filters regularly.

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Hope Center announces Johnny Carino’s Hoops for Hope to benefit programs The Hope Center is proud to announce a new community event to benefit the fight against addiction, mental illness and homelessness. Johnny Carino’s Hoops for Hope will be held at Rupp Arena Nov. 7 from 6 to 9 pm at Rupp Arena. “I want to invite you to this exciting new Hope Center event. Come to Rupp Arena, shoot baskets with your friends and help people who are working every day to turn their lives around,” said Cecil Dunn, executive director of the Hope Center. Teams of four compete with 50 other area corporate and community teams in a fiveminute shoot-off. Each team has the chance to win two competitions: one for the most points scored, and another for the team who raises the most funds for the Hope Center.

Teams can earn “assists” being cheered on by a former UK basketball player or extra time trophies and other prizes. Best of all, it all happens on the legendary floor of Rupp Arena. The Hope Center invites all members of the community to put a team together or to come and watch and support the teams competing to benefit the Hope Center. Non-participants can also support teams by supporting a team online. Johnny Carino’s Hoops for Hope is presented by Johnny Carino’s and sponsored by The Lexington-Herald Leader, Justice Real Estate, LEX18, UPS, Rupp Arena and Keystone Financial Group.







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KentuckyOne Health names new Lexington hospital president KentuckyOne Health adds Joseph J. Gilene, an accomplished health care executive with

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Managing cholesterol can reduce heart disease risk Knowing what your cholesterol levels mean is one of the first steps toward the prevention of serious health problems such as heart disease. KentuckyOne Health is stressing the importance of working with a physician to monitor and treat unhealthy cholesterol levels rather than trying to manage this crucial aspect of your health care alone. Cholesterol is a lipid, or fat, produced by the liver. Every cell in the body contains cholesterol in its outer layer. Everyone needs cholesterol because it is used to produce important vitamins and hormones, but abnormal levels of the two main types are bad for an individual’s overall health. Cholesterol levels among U.S. adults are some of the most troubling in the world. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):   • 71 million American adults have high LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol. • Only 1 out of every 3 adults

with high LDL cholesterol has his or her condition under contro. • Fewer than half of adults with high LDL cholesterol seek treatment from a physician. • Those with high total cholesterol have nearly twice the risk of heart disease as people with optimal levels

LDL stands for low-density lipoprotein. It carries cholesterol from the liver to cells. If too much is carried, there can be a harmful buildup of LDL. High LDL cholesterol levels have been shown to cause narrowing of the arteries, as well as a higher risk of heart disease, heart attack, other cardiovascular diseases and stroke. “Good” cholesterol, or HDL (high-density lipoprotein) may help prevent arterial or heart disease. HDL does the opposite of LDL, moving cholesterol away from cells

and back to the liver. In the liver, it is either dissolved or expelled from the body as waste. A person’s total score of good and bad cholesterol is generally thought to be unhealthy if it is above 200 mg/dL. “Anyone with high cholesterol should work with their physician to control it,” said Alison Iser, M.D., a family medicine physician with Saint Joseph Primary Care Associates, part of KentuckyOne Health. “Effective management is especially important for those with other risk factors such as age (over age 45 for men and 55 for women), diabetes, high blood pressure, a family history of early heart disease and smoking.”   Cholesterol management is different for every patient. General guidelines suggest that LDL levels at 160 and above are too high, and HDL levels at 40 or below are considered to be too low. The qualified health care professionals at KentuckyOne Health are specially trained to test cholesterol using a fasting lipid profile

and accurately interpret the results based on an individual patient’s medical history and overall health. KentuckyOne Health providers will then develop a customized treatment plan to most effectively manage cholesterol. “Regular exercise and a healthy diet that includes lots of fruits, vegetables and fish, but limits saturated fats, are vital to evening out your cholesterol numbers,” said Dr. Iser. “But sometimes lifestyle changes aren’t enough. Today, there are some very effective medications on the market, called statins, that have been shown to reduce bad cholesterol. Many people respond well to these treatments, and they can significantly decrease the risk of heart attack and stroke.”   The CDC recommends screenings for adults age 20 and older to be screened every five years. More frequent screenings may be required for those in high-risk groups. For more information, or to schedule a cholesterol screening, call your primary care physician.  

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How to roast the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving By Martha Matthews When it comes to finding directions on how to roast the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, suddenly everyone you know becomes an expert. Your neighbor, your mail carrier, the waitress at the restaurant where you have lunch with your girlfriends, your best friend, the dog groomer, the checker at the grocery store, your hairdresser, your car repairman (even though he’s never cooked a turkey in his life) and last but not least your pest control man. Everyone has to put in their two cents worth on the subject. Well, I guess that means I’m in good company. Here are my instructions on how to cook the best turkey you’ll ever eat. FLAVOR: I am going to let you in on a little secret. This is the method that the best restaurants use to give their turkeys incredible flavor. What is the secret? It’s called flavor brining. Yes, that’s what they do. Historically brining was done as a method of preserving. However, today it is used primarily as a vehicle to impart flavor and moisture into a lean cut of meat. Here are the steps to brining a turkey: 1. Start with a non-reactive container such as a large food service container or other foodsafe container. 2. Determine the amount of brine mixture you will need by putting your turkey in the container and covering it with water. Remove the turkey and measure the remaining water. This is the amount you will need to make. Discard this water and use fresh water for your brine. 3. Place your turkey in the container and cover with the brine (recipe to follow). Refrigerate in the brine for at least 12 hours or up to two days if desired. If you are concerned about the bird being too salty, stop after the 12 hour period. Better to err on the side of less than too much. 4. When the brining process is complete, rinse the bird well and pat dry. Air dry the bird over-night in the refrigerator to let the skin dry. This will help in the crisping of the skin as it roasts. Stuff your turkey as usual and roast according to the instructions below.

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Stargazing (7 p.m., Saturday, Novem-

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closed.) There will be gym activities,

Hours (12–5 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday,

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Nov. 27)–Fayette County Schools will be

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p.m. Raven Run)

10 am and stay as long as your schedule permits. For additional information,

Junior Naturalist–“Critters in the Classroom” (11 am, Saturday, November 16, McConnell Springs)–Youth ages 10 and younger are invited to come out to McConnell Springs for their Junior Naturalist program. To learn more about this free program, call 225-4073.

please call McConnell Springs at 2254073 Thanksgiving Holiday (November 28 & 29) Parks offices closed, Community Centers closed, McConnell Springs & Raven Run closed November 28.

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Lexington Parks & Recreation earns National Accreditation Lexington Parks & Recreation joins the ranks of the elite park and recreation agencies and departments across the country by earning accreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). This distinguished accomplishment was awarded during the 2013 NRPA Congress and Exposition. CAPRA accreditation is the only national accreditation for park and recreation agencies, and is a measure of an agency’s overall quality of operation, management and service to the community. This mark of distinction indicates that an agency has met rigorous standards related to the management and administration of lands, facilities, resources, programs, safety and services. As part of the accreditation process, Lexington Parks had to demonstrate compliance with 144 recognized standards and document all policies and procedures. “We met each and every one of them, which is quite rare, and is a testament to the hard work of everyone in the division”, said Jerry Hancock, director. Lexington Parks and Recreation is one of only 119 Park agencies in the country to have received CAPRA accreditation. “It’s a big honor for us, city government overall, and of course, all of the park system users in our community” Hancock said. The process for accreditation involves self-assessments, a formal application, a site visit by a team of trained visitors that results in a written report, and a hearing with the commission to grant accreditation. Once accredited, the agency must uphold the standards and is reviewed again in five years.

Friends of the Kentucky Theatre fund-raising drive making progress toward upgrades goal Almost one year into its fund-raising campaign, members of the Friends of the Kentucky Theatre (Friends), a group of civicminded community volunteers, are well on their way to meeting the campaign goal established for urgently needed upgrades to Lexington’s most famous and beloved movie house.   

17, 2014, and is estimated to take six to eight weeks. The State Theatre will remain open during this time.

The campaign kick-off took place with a successful 90-year birthday celebration at the theatre on October 10, 2012. Thanks to the generosity of Lexington and central Kentucky’s movie-loving public, businesses, and with additional support from the city, the amount raised since that time is $705,600.

The fund-raising efforts will ramp up over the coming months with the seat purchase/ donation program, special events and participation in the Bluegrass Community Foundation’s Good Giving Challenge, scheduled to begin on November 1. Details for donating to the Friends campaign are available at www.kentuckytheatrefriends. org < or . Checks can be made payable to Friends of the Kentucky Theatre and mailed to the Bluegrass Community Foundation, 250 W. Main Street, #1220, Lexington, KY 40507.

Phase I of planned improvements to the theatre, the conversion to digital projection and sound equipment considered the most urgent needs, were completed this summer. Construction for completing additional upgrades including the installation of new seating, electrical and lighting upgrades, and new carpet and paint, has been scheduled to begin on February

The Friends of the Kentucky Theatre is a non-profit organization comprised of civicminded community leaders and members united in the mission to preserve, renovate and enhance the Kentucky Theatre and create a fund for its continued maintenance over the coming years. The 91-year-old cinema has become a cultural fixture in downtown Lexington .

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Early detection is key to breast cancer treatment When breast cancer is detected in the early stages, treatments are less invasive, and survival rates are greater. October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and KentuckyOne Health urges women not to put off scheduling their annual mammogram. Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that breast cancer remains the most common cancer among women. About 12 percent of women in the United States will develop an invasive form of breast cancer during their lifetimes. Mammograms are the most common and effective way to detect abnormalities in the breast that could lead to cancer.   Women who are nervous about getting their first mammogram should not fear this simple procedure. A mammogram is merely an X-ray exam of the breast. During the screening, the breast is compressed or squeezed between an adjustable plastic plate (on top) and a fixed X-ray plate (on the bottom). The bottom plate holds the digital “camera” that makes the image of your breast. The pressure on the breast lasts only a few seconds. Using digital technology to examine mammography images and flag abnormalities in the breast, health care professionals at KentuckyOne Health can assist radiologists in detecting early breast cancer.   “Early detection of breast cancer increases your options,” said Jessica Croley, MD, Saint Joseph Hematology/Oncology Associates. “Diagnosis at an earlier stage, gives you more treatment options and a better prognosis. By the time you feel a lump during a self-exam, you might already be in a later stage. We want to find the cancer before a woman can feel it.” A mammogram screening falls under preventive care and is covered by most insurance plans. KentuckyOne Health supports the American Cancer Society’s screening

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recommendations for mammograms: • Yearly mammograms are recommended for all women beginning at age 40 and continuing as long as they are in good health. • A clinical breast exam should be performed every three years for women in their 20s and 30s, and annually for women 40 and older. • Women should know how their breasts normally look and feel and report any changes to their health care provider immediately. Starting in their 20s, women should perform regular breast self-exams. • Women who have a family history or a genetic proclivity toward breast cancer should be screened with an MRI in addition to mammograms. Only about 2 percent of women in the United States fall into this category. Women should talk with their OB/GYN about any special considerations for regular screenings, and whether individual circumstances warrant additional tests at an earlier age. For more information, or to schedule a mammogram screening, please call the Saint Joseph Breast Center at (859) 967-5613.


Breast Cancer Fact Sheet Breast cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the breast. The damaged cells can invade surrounding tissue, but with early detection, most people continue a normal life. Mammograms are the most common and effective way to detect abnormalities in the breast that could lead to cancer. A mammogram screening falls under preventive care and is covered by most insurance plans.   Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that breast cancer remains the most common cancer among women.   About 12 percent of women in the United States will develop an invasive form of breast cancer during their lifetimes.   Although breast cancer in men is rare, an estimated 2,150 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer each year.   The estimated breast cancer incidence rate (per 100,000) in the state of Kentucky is 121. The national average is 122.   The estimated breast cancer mortality rate (per 100,000) in the state of Kentucky is 23. The national average is 23.

November 2013

Kings of Leon Mechanical Bull tour coming to KFC YUM! Center Kings Of Leon announced today that the

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first leg of their American tour in support of their recently released album, Mechanical Bull, will include a stop at the KFC Yum! Center on Feb. 9, 2014. The tour will feature opener Gary Clark, Jr. Tickets for the Louisville show will go on

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open at 6 p.m. Local film contest at 6:30 Location: The Kentucky Theater 214 E. Main St. Lexington.

Sandi Patty: Live in Lexington It’s Lexington’s Night of Inspiration with Grammy award-winning vocalist Sandi Patty at Immanuel Baptist Church. You are invited to this special evening of praise, worship, inspiration and laughter - all through music. 7 pm. Immanuel

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the school into a high-end cocktail

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Winter Bazaar at National College

party for the evening. Featured activities

nonprofit job training and placement

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include: food and cocktails provided by

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holiday gifts, decorations, art, apple

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National Horse Show. 2 p.m.- 8 p.m. Alltech Arena, Kentucky Horse Park, 4089 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington.

November 2 FALL Into the Season Vendor Fair Welcome everyone to the first annual Fall Into the Season Vendor Fair. As the holidays roll in and we are all out enjoying fall and shopping for loved ones, remember to stop and and shop local with vendors right here in the bluegrass. Refreshments and snacks will be served. 11-4. Red Mile Villages Clubhouse.

Historic East End Walking Tour This two-mile walking tour will start at The Lyric Theatre and proceed out E. Third Street to the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden, up Nelson Avenue to William Wells Brown School, down Fifth Street to Race Street and back to Third Street. 1 pm - 3 pm : Lyric Theatre &

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Mayor opens expansion of Brighton Rail Trail System Mayor Jim Gray cut a ribbon to officially

ton, while connecting neighborhoods and

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people to one another.” The trail is located

Brighton East Rail Trail.

in Stinnett’s district.

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two miles, from Bryant Road to Walnut Grove Lane. The new section runs from Pleasant Ridge Drive to Walnut Grove and was funded by a combination of federal, state and local funds. Councilmember Kevin Stinnett said, “The new expansion of the Brighton Rail Trail symbolizes our commitment to improving

plan to connect Brighton Rail Trail to the Liberty Park Trail. “As we continue to build these projects bit by bit we are starting to connect to existing facilities. The Brighton trail will eventually connect to Hamburg and has the potential to go to the Clark County line,” said Keith Lovan, the project’s manager. “I am also pleased that we were able to preserve the tree canopy on this trail.”

community health and our trail systems throughout Lexington. It provides a valu-

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able recreational amenity to east Lexing-

Park, 1350 Pleasant Ridge Drive.

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Holiday Trunk Show Continued from page 24

November 8 Boots, Bourbon & Brew Put on your jeans, pull on your boots & join the Lexington Cancer Foundation for a casual barbeque dinner and dancing at Boots, Bourbon & Brew on November 8. Your participation will help raise funds for Kentuckians suffering from cancer. Visit to learn more. 8 p.m.-12:30 p.m. at Buster’s Billiards & Backroom.

The 10th annual Holiday Trunk Show

Pop Up Shop! Vintage Goods, Artwork & More!

opportunity to shop and support local

Come check out this unique event and

artists, November 12 from 4:30-7:30.

find a treasure you never knew you were

Twenty five local artists will be at this

looking for! There will be a variety of

years trunk show. 4:30-7:30. Gallery on

vintage clothing, accessories and house-

Main, 128 West Main, Richmond.

wares for sale all at affordable prices. Also there will be original artwork and

at the Gallery on Main is an excellent

November 13

hand-dyed shirts by local artist Brittani

2014 Greater Bluegrass March for Babies ages. Perfect for a girls day out or a little early holiday shopping! 11 am - 3:00. 418 Leadership Breakfast Fuller. There will be free food and bever-

Kimberly Pl., Lexington.

The 2014 Greater Bluegrass March for Babies Leadership Breakfast – led

Porter Memorial MOPS Vendor Fair

by Event Chair Denise Hundley. The

Key Note Speaker: Martha Lanier,

There will be over 20 vendors with

by a NICU tour, if possible. Formal

Heart Attack Survivor - “The Power of

handmade goods and home businesses

invitations are going out this week, but

Women-Managing Life’s Stresses” 9 a.m.

including 31, Pampered Chef, Scentsy,

we wanted to get this on your calendar

Registration 9:30 and 10:30: Educa-

Tastefully Simple, Jamberry Nails, and

Go Red for Women Luncheon

tional Break Outs & Heart Healthy Expo

many more. If you have questions call

11:30:Luncheon, Key Note Speaker &

388-0235. 10am to 2pm. Porter Memo-

Macy’s Survivor Fashion Show Special

rial Baptist Church, 4300 Nicholasville

Appearance:”The Bats” -Wild Women &

November 9

Education Center is on the ground floor. 8-9 am. Women’s Hospital Education Center (Women’s Hospital at Saint

Rd Lexington.

Yoga + Wine

November 15

Enjoy an afternoon of yoga in beautiful horse country at Equus Run Vineyards. We’ll stretch and unwind as we flow

Give a Bird A Christmas

ASAP! 170 N. Eagle Creek Drive. The

Joseph East).

Song! 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Lexington Center- Heritage Hall.

Breakfast will run from 8-9am followed

through yoga postures and end with a

MOMs Club meeting MOMS Club of Lexington-East Monthly Meeting will be held at 9:30 am at First United Methodist Church-Andover. Vis-

november 2013 Hartland Holiday Bazaar Get a jump on your holiday shopping at the 15th annual Hartland Holiday Bazaar. Once again featuring local artists and crafters, you can select from many unique, handcrafted, and one-of-a-kind items including photography, jewelry, art, wood crafts, holiday items, fiber art, tiles, and so much more! 2pm - 8pm. Hartland Club House, 4901 Hartland Parkway, Lexington.

Holly Day Market November 15-17 is the seventh annual Holly Day Market, presented by the Jr League of Lexington. This year, shop for a cause! Portions of ticket sales and funds go to local, non-profit charities. $10 admission, 12 and under free, $8 students (on the 15th) with valid college ID. Alltech Arena at the KY Horse Park.

LexArts Gallery Hop LexArts Hop, a free event with dozens of participating sites downtown. Come check out Lexington’s biggest visual arts event featuring hundreds of local artists. 5-8pm. Downtown Lexington.

November 16 Holiday Vendor and Craft Fair The Andover Country club will host the Holiday Vendor and Craft Far at 3450 Todds Road November 16 from 10 a.m.

Make a variety of edible ornaments and

relaxing sequence guaranteed to create

learn how to turn a used Christmas tree

feelings of bliss. Afterward, enjoy tast-

into a winter-long feeding station. 11

ings of six Equus Run varieties. 2-4pm.

a.m. Cost: $5. Wild Birds Unlimited.

1280 Moores Mill Rd, Midway.

Contact momsclublexeast@yahoo.

November 12


Cardinal Hill 2013 Health Fair

Holly Day Market

The Cardinal Hill annual Health fair

November 15-17 is the seventh annual

Clay, tools, and underglazes provided.

50 Shades of Green: Courtship and Mating in the Plant Kingdom

will be held at Cardinal Hill hospital.

Holly Day Market, presented by the Jr

Adults and children are welcome (chil-

This class will explore the evolutionary

Come and recieve exclusive discounts

League of Lexington. This year, shop

dren must be attended by a paying adult

history that has shaped contemporary

from some of Lexington’s most popular

for a cause! Portions of ticket sales and

if under age 8). Project: Thanksgiving

reproductive strategies in plants. Bizarre,

vendors such as Costco, Curves, Whole

funds go to local, non-profit charities.

Trays Time: Noon-2 p.m. Location: Ken-

complex and fascinating pollination

Foods, Frojo, Jimmy Johns, Verizon,

$10 admission, 12 and under free, $8

tucky Mudworks, 825 National Avenue,

strategies will also be highlighted, with a

Cosmetic Surgery Center, and more!

students (on the 15th) with valid college


focus on native plants. Instructor: Todd

7:30am - 3:pm 2050 Versailles Road.

ID. Alltech Arena at the KY Horse Park.

Family Day in Clay

itors are welcome. MOMS Club is a support group for area at-home moms. com or 1-859-955-0056 for more infor-

to 3 p.m. There will be lots of vendors and crafters including homemade jewelry, wreaths, Belvah bags, Tastefully Simple, Mary Kay, 31 gifts, Pampered Chef and a lot more.For more information call 859-608-2881.

Mudworks offers seasonally themed workshops for families. Students will learn various handbuilding techniques.

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Free Preschool fair to offer Lexington parents information, support

Public Library – Tates Creek Branch,

returns. A 5K run, walk, and stroll

Christmas music artist in history. The

3628 Walden Drive. 4pm-6pm To

through thousands of twinkling lights

tour has become an annual holiday tradi-

register: call 1-800-272-3900 or email

at the Kentucky Horse Park. For more

tion right along with decorating the tree,

Members of the MOMS Club of Lexing-

info or to per-register, visit our website.

exchanging presents and creating unfor-

The Southern Lights are presented by

gettable moments with friends and family.

Big Blue Crush

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky.

2pm, 7pm. Lexington Opera House 401

Save lives and beat Tennessee in the

5pm register, 6:45 Stroll at the Kentucky

W. Short St.

annual Big Blue Crush blood drive,

Horse Park.

ton – East will hold the fifth annual Lexington Preschool Fair Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 from 10 a.m. to noon at Immanuel Baptist Church, 3100 Tates Creek Rd. At the fair, representatives from area preschools will be available to hand out information, speak to parents and

Nov. 18-22. Donors will receive limited edition blue, long-sleeve shirts. Follow

November 22

Kentucky Blood Center on Facebook

The Southern Lights Opening Night The Southern Lights is celebrating 20

and Twitter for more information. Ken-

Bell Bottom Boogie Bash

years as it returns to the Kentucky Horse

tucky Blood Center.

70’s themed event to benefit The Foster

Park! Through Dec 31, come see your fa-

Care Council of LexKy,helping local

vorite and all-new holiday light displays,

foster children persevere. Best 70’s attire

plus great indoor attractions. $15 per

contest, live auction, silent auction, din-

carload Mon-Thurs, $20 Fri & Sat. Pre-

Holiday Lunch at Woodford Distillery

ner, drinks anddancing . $75 per ticket,

sented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing

includes dinner and one drink ticket.

Kentucky. 5:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. nightly

Join us for the timeless tradition of

Sponsorships and table sponsors are

at the Kentucky Horse Park.

nator of the Lexington Preschool Fair.

enjoying a warm holiday meal amid the

available 6pm-11pm. Hilton Downtown

“This will save parents valuable time

beautiful, festive surroundings of the


and effort.” MOMS Club is a non-profit

Woodford Reserve Distillery. Chef-

Woodford Distillery Dinner with Lantern Tour

support group for at-home moms with

in-Residence, Ouita Michel and her

Enjoy a bountiful holiday buffet full of

more than 2,100 U.S. chapters. For more

culinary team have created a bountiful

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas

information about the fair, or about

holiday buffet full of Kentucky favorites

Mannheim Steamroller and PANDORA

ties prepared by Chef-in-Residence,

MOMS Club, go to lexingtonpreschool-

and seasonal specialties. As a finishing

Jewelry, the tour sponsor, will present

Ouita Michel and her culinary team. or contact the MOMS

touch to a wonderful meal, take a guided

the best the holiday has to offer this sea-

Before the meal, take a guided Lantern

Club of Lexington - East at 1-859-955-

tour of our distillery to discover the

son. The group will perform live for two

tour of the distillery to discover the

0056 or via email at lexingtonpreschool-

five sources of flavor that make Wood-

performances only in Lexington, KU at

five sources of flavor that make -up the

ford Reserve bourbon unique and the

Lexington Opera House on November

award-winning Woodford Reserve bour-

authentic. Visit the award-winning gift

22. The tour, now in its 27th year, is still

bon. Enjoy a Woodford Reserve cocktail

shop for special holiday promotions and

met by sold-out audiences and was one

and beautiful holiday buffet dinner. Red

ideas. For seating times and reservations,

of the top 20 concert tours in the nation

or white wine will be paired with dinner

please call (859) 879-1953. Reservations

last year. This year Mannheim Steam-

and a special Woodford Toddy with be

are recommended, but walk-ins are

roller’s two touring ensembles will hold

offered with dessert. 6:30-9pm.

always welcome when space is available.

over 90 performances throughout the

answer questions about their programs. All Lexington parents are invited to attend the free event. Children’s activities will be available during the event. “We are proud once again to offer Lexington parents this unique opportunity to learn about local preschool programs all in one place,” said Rachel Kendall, coordi-

November 18 The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. It is a progressive brain

November 20

November 21

United States. The shows will feature the

Kentucky favorites and seasonal special-

November 23

favorite Christmas music of Mannheim Steamroller along with state-of-the-art

Lexington Art Show

multimedia effects in an intimate setting.

The Lexington Art Show is a juried art

yourself or someone you love – or sim-

March of Dimes Signature Chef Auction

In 1984, Mannheim Steamroller released

and craft show consisting of outstanding

ply want know more about Alzheimer’s

From polio to prematurity, the March of

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas, an

fine artists and craftsmen from Lexing-

disease, join us for this informative

Dimes has been working to protect the

album that changed the sounds of Christ-

ton and around the country. You’ll find

two-hour workshop. Presented by the

health of America’s children since 1938.

mas. Already a multi-platinum recording

everything from exquisite jewelry to

Alzheimer’s Association, topics cov-

Help celebrate the March of Dimes 75th

artist through its Fresh Aire series, Davis

funky and functional pottery, abstract

ered include types of dementia, warn-

anniversary at the 2013 Lexington Signa-

decided to record an album of Christmas

sculpture to glistening glass, hand-wo-

ing signs, causes and risk factors, what

ture Chefs Auction 6:00 - 9:30pm. Hilton

music combining the group’s signature

ven fashions to stunning photography,

to do if it is Alzheimer’s, and how the

Lexington/Downtown Hotel.

mix of Renaissance instruments with rock

extraordinary paintings to wonderful

& roll beats. The resulting album was a

wood carvings; this is a show you won’t

disease that is the most common form of dementia. If you are concerned for

Alzheimer’s Association can help. To register, call 1-800-272-3900 or send an

Southern Lights Stroll

runaway hit and Mannheim Steamroller

want to miss! 10am to 5pm Heritage

email to . Lexington

The 12th annual Southern Lights Stroll

went on to become the biggest selling

Hall, Lexington Convention Center.

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Healthy Thanksgiving Dinner T

he following are some healthy recipes that you will find tasty and healthy. Happy Thanksgiving from Medical Bariatrics of Lexington! TURKEY RUB 4-Tbsp Poultry Seasoning 1-Tbsp Sage (ground) 1-Tbsp Cinnamon (ground) 1-tsp Nutmeg (ground) ¼-tsp cloves (ground)

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Mix ingredients, rub on a 10 pound turkey. Bake in the oven until done! Makes 30 servings (approximately 5oz each) Calories: 63 Protein:12 g Carbohydrates:0.6 g Fiber:0.2.g — Each serving will turn into 0.08 tsp of sugar STUFFING 1-loaf low carb stuffing bread (see next recipe!) 1-large onion, chopped 6-7 cups chopped celery (about 2 bunches) 1-green bell pepper 1-bunch parsley, chopped (about 2 cups) 4-tsp poultry seasoning ½-tsp pepper ½-tsp salt 1-cup water, plus more according to moisture needed Egg beaters (2 egg equivalent) 1-Tbsp cooking oil Make low carb stuffing bread. Allow bread to dry out a while on the counter or on low in the oven. Sauté onion, celery, and green pepper until soft. Add parsley, cook until wilted (1-2 minutes.) Add seasonings. Mix together the vegetables and the bread. Add 1 cup of water, stir, and taste. Adjust seasonings and moisture. To stuff your turkey, make sure to leave the stuffing a little on the dry side because it will absorb a lot of juices during cooking. If you don’t want to stuff your turkey with the stuffing, you can add ½ cup of egg beaters, and bake at 350F for 30 minutes to an hour, or until browned on top. Just make sure that you add the nutrition from the egg beaters. Makes 12 servings Calories:277 Protein:11g Carbohydrates:7.5g Fiber: 4.3g — Each serving will turn into 0.64 tsp of sugar LOW CARB STUFFING BREAD (Nutrition included in stuffing recipe) 2½-cups almond meal 1/3 cup powered egg whites 1-Tbsp baking powder

1-Tbsp poultry seasoning ½-tsp salt ½-cup melted butter Egg beaters (2 egg equivalent) ½-cup water 1-Tbsp splenda

Heat oven to 350F. Butter bottom of large loaf pan. Mix dry ingredients together. Add wet ingredients and mix well. Pour into loaf pan. Bake for 35-45 minutes or until top is lightly browned and a toothpick inserted comes out clean. When cool enough to handle, remove from pan and break into large chunks. Let cool. Makes 12 servings SUGAR-FREE CRANBERRY JELL-O SALAD 1-large package sugar-free cranberry flavored Jell-O 1-cup walnuts (chopped) 2-cups fresh cranberries (pick out soft and brown ones) 1-medium apple, chopped Zest of 1 orange (optional) Prepare Jell-O as per the package’s instructions. Chop the cranberries in a food processor, one cup at a time. Move to a separate bowl. Add walnuts and apples, and mix through. Stir fruit and nuts into Jell-O mixture. Chill completely before serving. Makes 24 servings (1/4 cup each) Calories:41 Protein:1g Carbohydrates:2.5g Fiber:.9g — Each serving will turn into 0.32 tsp of sugar SUGAR FREE SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE 3-lbs sweet potatoes 1½-cups pecan pieces 2-tsp cinnamon ½-tsp nutmeg 1-tsp salt ¼-tsp pepper 5-Tbsp butter 1-egg 1½-cup Splenda Poke sweet potatoes several times with sharp knife. Roast for 45-60 minutes at 400F. (Time will depend on size.) Pulse 1 cup of pecans in food processor or blender until it is ground into meal. Add about 1½ cup of splenda, 1 tsp cinnamon, a pinch of salt, and 2Tbsp of the butter and process until blender. Mix the rest of the pecan pieces in by hand. Let the sweet potatoes cool for 10-15 minutes. Split them and remove the pulp. Put them into the food processor and process with the

rest of the butter. Add the rest of the seasonings. Add egg and blend. Put sweet potato mixture into buttered baking dish and sprinkle pecan topping over the top. Bake at 375F until the topping is browned. Makes 20 servings Calories:91 Protein:2.1g Carbohydrates:12g Fiber 2.4g — Each serving will turn into 1.92 tsp of sugar PUMPKIN PIE 15oz can pumpkin Egg beaters (2 egg equivalent) 2/3 cup unsweetened soy milk 1/3 cup cream 1 cup splenda 2 tsp cinnamon 1 pinch nutmeg ¼-tsp ground ginger Pinch ground cloves ¼ tsp salt Preheat oven to 425F. Mix ingredients together in food processor. Pour into Pecan Crust (recipe below.) Put pie in oven and immediately turn oven down to 375F. In 15 minutes, turn oven down to 300F. (This cooks the crust, so it isn’t soggy, but allows the custard to bake more slowly.) Bake until almost set in the middle (about 30-40 minutes more.) If it starts to crack a bit around the edges, it’s done. Top with 2 Tbsp whipped cream (recipe below!) Makes 8 servings Calories: 282 Protein: 5.2g Carbohydrates: 15.5g Fiber: 3.5g — Each serving will turn into 2.5 tsp of sugar PECAN CRUST (Nutrition included in Pumpkin Pie recipe) 1 cup pecan pieces 2-Tbsp melted butter 2-Tbsp splenda Take pecans out of freezer, measure into a food processor. Pulse until the largest pieces are as big as lentils or split peas. Add butter and splenda. Blend until evenly mixed, quickly dump into a pie pan, and push with your fingers to cover the bottom and sides. It should be the right consistency to mold the crust to the pie plate evenly. WHIPPED CREAM (Nutrition included in Pumpkin Pie recipe) 1 cup heavy whipping cream 2 tsp vanilla extract 2 tsp splenda Using an electric blender, blend whipped cream ingredients together until stiff peaks form. Add on top of fresh pumpkin pie. Enjoy!

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