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Lexus of Lexington

Lexus of Lexington presented a check to Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation Yes Mamm! Program.

 

Douglass QB Signs Letter of Intent

On Wednesday, December 19 Senior Cam Jones and signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at the University of Cincinnati. Read more on page 12.

 

Polo Club Blvd

According to public records, a building permit was filed for the plot of land located off Polo Club Blvd, across from Costco. The construction is happening next to Waterstone Apartments, which just recently sold for for $45 million.

 

Principal named for new Elementary

Manny Caulk, Superintendent of FCPS, recently announced that 13 year veteran Josh Williams will become the new principal upon completion of the Athens-Boonesboro school.

 

Snow Bunny Baby Project

The Snow Bunny Baby Project stopped by The Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East to pass out care packages to families with babies in the NICU. Since 2015, this organization has helped alleviate stresses for families when they are allowed to take their child home. They are given diapers, shampoo, toys, books, any essential that is needed for newborns.

EVENTS

January 3

Fayette County Public Schools resume classes.

 

January 12

Man O’War Harley-Davidson is hosting a Heated Gear Donut Social & Workshop on Saturday, January 12 from 9 am until 11:30 am.

 

January 19

Two-time national champion Tim Tebow is speaking at Immanuel Baptist Church on Saturday, January 19. Ticketed event.

 

January 21

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Fayette County Public Schools and Government Offices will be closed on January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr.

 

January 26

Tom Leach is best known for his work on radio’s “Voice of the Wildcats” for the last 18 years. He started his career with the UK Radio Network in 1989 as the host of the postgame scoreboard. Tom has been calling both basketball and football games since 2001 and has been named Kentucky Sportscaster of the Year five times.

Cameron Mills is a former UK walk-on basketball player and best known for “Shot Heard Around Kentucky” during the 1998 Elite 8. Since then, he has turned to faith and started the Cameron Mills MInistries. He speaks at FCA events, Christian sports camps, and churches.

Tom and Cameron are the guest speakers at the Legends Breakfast. Event is going to be held at Liberty Road Faith Fellowship on Saturday, January 26 at 9 am in Kearns Hall.

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