Three local young ladies participated in The Inner Glitter Pageant this weekend in Hartford, Kentucky. The pageant was created by Matilda and Paisley Patterson, a mother, and daughter who wanted to give those with special needs a platform to sparkle.
Here is a list of the students and teachers recognized at Fantastic Friday:
When Kentucky’s high school freshmen start school in the 2020-21 school year, they’ll be expected to complete a new financial literacy course or program to graduate. Courses or programs that meet the financial literacy standards are now a requirement for high school graduation.
Saturday morning, April 20, Monticello Baptist Church had an Easter breakfast of pancakes and bacon for the kids in the community, followed by a short lesson by Bro.
MES students participated in the Junior American Citizen stamp and poster contest with the local Butler County National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The state ceremony is on Saturday, April 27 in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Kentucky’s middle school girls and their parents/guardians are invited to join us for this Saturday conference on the University of Kentucky campus, April 20, 2019 from 10:00am-4:30pm.
If you are interested in the Science, Engineering, Technology and Math fields this is the time for you to shine! 4-H is helping give students the opportunity to learn more about the STEM fields and keep their minds sharp.
Your kids love summer break - looking forward to family vacations, getting to swim, playing with friends, and attending 4-H Camp! But, what about the little ones that might be too young to attend 4-H Camp? Have you heard, “Mom, I wanna go too,” as you’re watching your older children leave for 4
Join 4-H for a lesson on the infamous topic of “Adulting”. Growing up is hard, but this class will help you adapt easier to adulthood when the time does come.