What’s Goin’ On
Published 11:59 pm Friday, February 9, 2018
To place an event in the “What’s Goin’ On” section, email: email@example.com or drop a written/typed copy of the announcement by our office at 1512 Hwy. 421 South. Announcements will not be accepted by phone and should be submitted no later than four business days before the event. If received in time, it will be published one or two days before the event. Announcements are also available to view at www.harlandaily.com. For more details, call 606-909-4145.
Harlan LITTLE LEAGUE sign-ups will be held through March 16. Leagues and ages include: Wee Ball, 2 to 4 year olds (co-ed); Tee Ball, 5 to 6 year olds. (co-ed) Minor League Baseball, 7 to 8 year olds; softball, 7 to 12 year old girls; Major League Baseball. 9 to 12 year old boys. You must go to Harlanlittleleague.com to sign up. The cost is $50 per player, families with multiple players will receive $5 discount for each player after the first. Payments can be made online by check or credit Card. There is a $50 late fee to sign up after March 16. For more information, contact Jason Sanders, player agent, at 606-273-3800.
The starting times for the Harlan County High School Black Bears BASKETBALL games with Pike Central at HC on Feb. 10 have been changed. The junior varsity game will begin at 5 p.m. and the varsity game is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
The Harlan County 4-H Program is selling chocolate covered strawberries as a fundraiser for Valentine’s Day. The price is $10 per dozen and the order deadline is Feb. 10. To pay in advance you can stop by the office or make arrangements to meet and pay. Orders should be picked up at the office or make other arrangements in advance. To order, call 606-273-0835 or 606-573-4464; message Raymond Cox on Facebook or text Raymond Cox at 606-273-0835 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benham Schoolhouse Inn will present a 1920s MURDER MYSTERY experience, Crime and Pun-ishment, beginning at 7 p.m. on Feb. 10. Doors open at 6 p.m., all guests should arrive by 6:30 p.m. The cost is $40 person (reservations required) and include dinner, murder mystery show and dance with DJ Mark Lawson — cash bar available. Guests are encouraged to dress in 1920s attire. The event is designed for adults, but is family friendly with a PG-13 rating. For reservations, call 606-848-3000.
Pine Mountain State Resort Park will present a DETECTIVE DINNER THEATRE from the Middlesborough Little Theatre “You Get What You Pay For!,” from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 10. Visitors will get an excellent dinner with multiple entree options, a top notch show, with drinks available for only $35. Reservations a re required. Overnight couples packages are also available. For more information or to register, call 606-337-3066.
The Harlan County BOOKMOBILE schedule for the week of Feb. 12 includes:
Monday — Comprehensive Care, Cranks, Cawood and Little Creek.
Tuesday — Green Hills Elementary, Bledsoe, senior center and Straight Creek.
Wednesday — Pine Mountain, Pine Mountain Settlement School and Big Laurel.
Thursday — Black Mountain Elementary, Brittains Creek and Dizney.
Friday — Sunshine, High Rise Apartments, Evarts Elementary and Eastbrook.
Harlan ARH will present THE LUNCH-N-LEARN series at noon on Feb. 13 at the Harlan Depot. Dr. Georges Damaa, cardiologist at the Daniel Boone Clinic, will speak about “Stressing Your Heart with Cholesterol.” There will be a free lunch and giveaways. For more information including a reservation, contact Mark Bell at 606-573-8208 or email@example.com.
The Harlan County RETIRED TEACHERS Association will meet at 2 p.m. on Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. at the Harlan County Extension Depot. There will be potluck refreshments at the meeting. All retired teachers are encouraged to attend. For further information, contact Polly McLain at 606-837-3546 or message her on Facebook.
The Cumberland Valley Chapter of the Kentucky Public Retirees (KPR) will meet Feb. 13 at Golden Corral in London. Mealtime will begin at 11:30 a.m. with the meeting to follow. The guest speaker will be Kelly Smith a candidate for the 89th District House seat recently vacated by the retirement of state Rep. Marie Rader. Any retiree (and their spouse) receiving retirement benefits from KERS, CERS or SPRS is welcome to attend. Membership information will be available at the meeting or on the website (kentuckypublicretirees.org). For more information, call 606-877-0079 or 606-260-0490.
The Harlan County BOARD OF HEALTH will have a quarterly meeting at 6 p.m. on Feb. 19. The KDHA and KSLBOH second statewide board meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The Harlan County BOOKMOBILE schedule for the week of Feb. 19 includes:
Monday — Cawood Elementary, Smith, Three Point and Bob’s Creek.
Tuesday — James A. Cawood Elementary, Rio Vista, County Pike and Baxter.
Wednesday — Holy Trinity, Wallins Elementary and Pathfork.
Thursday — Holmes Mill, Closplint, Louellen and Hope Center.
Friday — Rosspoint Elementary and Harlan County Christian School.
FEB. 21, 24
The Harlan Center’s MOUNTAIN MARKET will be held from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. on Feb. 24. There will also be food trucks set up. If you want to sell at this fun flea market, yard sale, crafter jamboree, contact the center at 606-573-4495 to reserve your spot by Feb. 21 (set up fee is $10).
The Tri-State Real Men Conference will be held Feb. 23-24 at Pump Springs Baptist Church in Harrogate, Tennessee. Keith Boggs, founder of Real Momentum Ministries, will be the large group speaker and Ben Dishner, worship pastor for PSBC will be the worship leader. Other speakers include Greg Young, director of admissions at Clear Creek Baptist Bible College, Scott Cannon, pastor of PSBC, Shannon Benefiel, dean of institutional advancement for Clear Creek Baptist Bible College and Bill Duncan, pastor for First Baptist Church Harrogate. Friday’s schedule includes a meal at 6 p.m. and conference/breakout sessions from 7-10 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon there will be conference/breakout sessions. Tickets are $10. For tickets or more information, call 423-869-8323.
The Harlan County BOOKMOBILE schedule for the week of Feb. 26 includes:
Monday — Sunshine School, Kidz Kampus, Rita’s Day Care, Gray’s Knob Head Start and Verda Head Start.
Tuesday — Tway, Harlan Health & Rehabilitation and Harlan Senior Center.
Wednesday — Good Neighbor Road, Terry’s Fork, Sawbriar and Loyall.
The fifth annual Harlan County Run with Color 5K will be held April 14 in downtown Harlan.
Registration is now open for the fourth annual RAVEN ROCK 5K Trail Run/Hike at Kingdom Come State Park in Cumberland on April 28. Run along and over some of the most extraordinary rock formations in the state, including Raven Rock, a giant rock exposure that soars 290 feet into the air at a 45-degree angle. Registration begins at 9 a.m., run at 10 a.m. The fee on the day of the even is $25. Pre-register today at runreg.com and receive $5 off. T-shirts are first come, first served for on-site registration; only guaranteed if registered online.
MAY 19, 20
Registration is now open for the second annual “Tour De Kingdom Come,” a 36-mile road race which includes the scenic Little Shepherd trail, and first annual “Dash for Cash,” an up hill 2.7 mile time trial, scheduled May 19 and 20. A multi-event discount is offered for registering for both events. If you pre-register for “Tour De Kingdom Come” then you can select “Dash for Cash” time trial event for only $10 more. There will be cash awards for the top finishers in each category. Registration is available bikereg.com.
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Narconon wants to education families on the new escalated risk Fentanyl has added to opiate abuse. Fentanyl has been found to be 50 to 100 times more potent than heroin and has a greatly increased change of overdose. You can learn more about the new dangers of opiate addition and the details of Fentanyl by visiting http://bit.ly/2oCmgAB Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addition in your family. Call 800-431-1754 for free screenings and referrals
Monthly INCOME LIMITS RAISED for Shepherd’s Pantry: One person, $1,276; two, $1,726; three, $2,177. The pantry, located at 111 Union Street in Clutts, will be signing up former and new clients for the pantry (not commodities) program from 10-11 a.m. on the first four Tuesdays and first three Wednesdays of each month until further notice. You must bring proof of all household income, all members Social Security cards, your utility bill with 911 address on it — no exceptions. Plenty of food is available.
ANN’S PANTRY, a mission of the Harlan United Methodist Church, is in need of non-perishable food items and monetary donations. To donate, contact the Stephen Riddle at 606-573-1464 or Wylene Miniard at 606-573-7731.
The American RED CROSS is seeking volunteers with flexible schedules to respond to single and multi-family home fires in the Lake Cumberland service area which includes Casey, Adair, Cumberland, Clinton, Russell, Pulaski, Wayne, McCreary, Whitley, Laurel, Clay, Knox, Bell and Harlan counties. Red Cross Disaster Action Team (DAT) volunteers respond to assist families with shelter, support and access to basic needs immediately following a home fire – often arriving on scene even as the fire is still burning. Volunteers may apply online by visiting http://www.redcross.org/volunteer or by contacting Chapter Executive Terry Burkhart at 859-253-1331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GED classes are being offered to anyone 19 years or older. Improve your reading, writing and mathematical skills and study to receive your GED. Follow your children by improving your education free of charge. For more information, contact the following locations: Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Middlesboro campus at 606-248-3175, Bell County Literacy Center at 606-248-2014, Pineville Learning Center at 606-337-3044 or Henderson Settlement at 606-337-7729 ext. 305.
Benchmark Family Services, serving Bell, Harlan, Clay, Knox, Laurel and Whitley counties, invites you to become a FOSTER PARENT. Free orientation classes are held from 5-6 p.m. on any Tuesday. For more information, call 606-526-6992 or toll free at 866-526-6992.
Free saliva-based drug testing kits are provided and sponsored through UNITE and Stand in the Gap Coalition (SIGCO). Give Me a Reason (GMAR) is designed for parents/guardians to use to talk with their children and randomly test them, which gives them a reason to say no when tempted or offered drugs. Kits can be obtained at 44 different distribution points (DP) throughout the Tri-State area and at the SIGCO office, located at 502 Pennlyn Avenue in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. For more information, contact the SIGCO office at 423-300-1302. To pick up a kit, stop by on Thursdays from noon to 5:30 p.m. Join prayer at the SIGCO office from 5-6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month.
GED classes are being offered to anyone 19 years or older. Improve your reading, writing and mathematical skills and study to receive your GED. Follow your children by improving your education free of charge. For more information, contact the following locations: Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Middlesboro campus at 606-248-3175, Middlesboro Learning Center at 606-248-4000, Pineville Learning Center at 606-337-3044, Henderson Settlement at 606-337-7729 ext. 305 or Lighthouse Mission at 606-337-1069.
VOLUNTEERS and friendly visitors are needed for the Kentucky Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program to enrich the lives of seniors in their long-term care facilities. If you currently visit with someone or would like to become more involved and educated on resident’s rights, elder abuse and long-term care for seniors, contact Arlene Gibson, district ombudsman with Cumberland Valley ADD, at 606-864-7391 ext. 119.
A military SUPPORT GROUP for all active, separated or any former military men or women meets at 6:30 p.m. every first and third Monday of the month at the Middlesboro National Guard Armory, located on 30th Street. If you are facing financial, relationship, criminal, adjustment, substance abuse or other problems, this is for you.
Narconon is reminding families that the use of addicting drugs is on the rise. Take steps to PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM DRUG USE. If you know anyone who is struggling get them the help they need. For a free brochure on the signs of addiction for all drugs, call 800-431-1754 or visit DrugAbuseSolution.com. Narconon also offers free screenings and referrals.