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MLK Day – Event Update

Event(s) date: Jan 16th. Below is a listing of events that Jenny Williams put together. BREAKFAST: HCTC will sponsor a FREE breakfast on 1/16 from 9:30-11 at First Presbyterian Church on Broadway. It’s going to be DELICIOUS and fun, and we hope you’ll come and

Red Cross

Red Cross – Home Fire Preparedness

Join the Red Cross on Monday, January 16, 2017 (9am – 3pm @ Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church) for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service to help install smoke alarms and delivering fire prevention information in Hazard. For more information or to

Rogers Scholars

Rogers Scholars – Accepting Applications

Apply online for 2017 Rogers Scholars Don’t delay! You must apply by midnight on Jan. 31, 2017 Do you know a high school sophomore student in Southern and Eastern Kentucky who is interested in attending our 2017 Rogers Scholars youth leadership program? The Center for


Mines to Minds Training

Are you–or is someone you know–looking to get into a High-Tech job? Don’t know how to get there? We are offering opportunities in two certificate programs that are open to anyone interested in learning SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION (IT Networking & Support) and MULTIMEDIA DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION

Board Game

Game Night (Board Games and More)

Who got new games for Christmas? Bring them with you and we’ll play a couple of rounds. Come out, play, and talk to people face to face. The even is at Coal River Grill (420 Village Lane) on January 11 from 6pm – 10pm. So

Chamber of Commerce

Regional Legislative Meet & Greet

The Hazard/Perry, Floyd, Letcher, Paintsville/Johnson and Southeast Kentucky Chambers of Commerce will be hosting a Regional Legislative Meet & Greet. All local state legislators will be invited to attend and network with constituents January 12 in Prestonsberg at the Mountain Arts Center.

Boat and RV

Kentucky Sport, Boat, and Recreation Show

While not exactly a Hazard/Perry County event, it certainly pertains to many of the outdoor enthusiast in the area. We certainly don’t want to take away any limelight from our area, but this show can bring opportunities. Those that plan to go can look for