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2016 Sheriff’s Camp
Deputy Terry Tussey, Johnson County Sheriff’s Department faces off against a fierce foe across the checkerboard on Wednesday.

By Elaine Belcher
Staff Writer

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office hosted 30 kids at the 2016 Sheriff’s Camp at the Paintsville Lake from June 20 to June 24.
The camp, created by Sheriff Dwayne Price and his wife Nancy, allowed students from across Johnson County to come together to explore new experiences while forming lasting friendships.
“The kids get to spend a full week with law enforcement officers, and the officers have fun with the kids,” said Sheriff Price. “The goal is they grow to be drug free. Not bully others and learn to be mentors and leaders.”
“We fully intend to do Sheriff Camp as long as Dwayne is sheriff,” said Nancy Price, Sheriff’s Camp Coordinator. “Yes it is a lot of work. Yes it does take a lot of sponsors. Yes we do need many volunteers, however, the return is worth the investment.”
Attendees this year experienced a wide variety of activities geared up to explore possible career fields. Monday was dedicated toward making disaster preparedness kits and learning about the weather from a representative of the National Weather Service and Gary McClure, director of Johnson County Emergency Management. “The kids all went home with their kits, including weather radios,” said Nancy. “Every single one of these kids was touched in one way or another by the flooding last year. This went a long way to helping them cope.”
Tuesday saw campers visiting the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center to speak with an inmate about how he ended up incarcerated before continuing to visit the Johnson County Circuit Court to visit Judge John David Preston and Clerk Penny Adams before finishing at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office to speak with Sheriff Price and Michael Endicott, City Attorney to have a better understanding of how the judicial process works.
“I was most impressed by the courthouse,” said Zander Richardson, 10, of East Point. “I think we should spend more time there next year. I think it’s important for kids to know how things work.”
Wednesday was dedicated toward a visit from Dr. Gwen Henderson, University of Kentucky, showing the kids how archeologists approach and process artifact discovery. Thursday was dedicated to fishing in Paintsville Lake and Friday was arts and crafts from the Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center.
“The camp is awesome!” said Brooklyn Workman, 11, of Chestnut. “The counselors are nice. I like meeting new people and making new friends. We’re going to stay in contact with each other after this.”
“I think the biggest thing is that they see the Sheriff’s Office and the Deputies as friends and as a safe outlet,” said Bob Hutchison, owner operator of McDonald’s of East Kentucky, Johnson County School Board member and camp volunteer. “The camp builds relationships in a positive manner and creates new friends while enjoying outdoor activities.”
“I liked the archeologist. She talked about how they use new technology to find artifacts,” said Richardson.
“This was a fantastic camp and Nancy is a great director,” said Workman. “She makes sure everyone knows what to do. She never got mad if someone messed up, she is always calm and helped us figure out what to do. The camp counselors help us get whatever we need. I’m grateful to be here.”
When asked for suggestions for next year, Richardson said, “I want to go fishing off a boat.”
“I would like to do more crafts, to try new types of crafts. I’d like to try target shooting or a swimming day,” said Workman.
“We have a lot planned for next year,” said Nancy. “I appreciate everyone that helped make Sheriff Camp possible. Couldn’t have done it without community support!”


Front Porch Pickin’

By Nancy Daniels
Staff Writer

If you love country and bluegrass music, then the Country Highway Music Museum on Rt. 40 at Staffordsville is where you want to be on Thursday nights.
A variety of groups gathered at the Museum for some singing, picking, and even some dancing. They also offer open mic night. Some folks were outside tuning their instruments before making their way inside.
On the venue for this past Thursday night was Charlie Hall, Ernie Hurt, and Black Powder Express, just to name a few. Also joining in the fun was a tap dancer by the name of Willis Allen from Crum, W. Va., who is regular visitor at the Museum. Mr. Allen, who is 92, said, ‘I’ve been tapping a few years, even won a Tapping Contest at Hillbilly Days in Pikeville. They gave me a trophy and some money”.
There were folks of all ages who came to enjoy the music. Some were regulars and some first timers. Folks came to mingle with friends and have a good time. While you are sitting and enjoying the music and would like something for a snack they also have concessions.
Front Porch Pickin’ at the Country Highway Museum begins at 7 p.m. every Thursday night.


BSCTC kicks off 2016 Appalachian BOLD camps
Dr. Chenzhao Vierheller, center, professor of Biology at Big Sandy Community and Technical College, explains photosynthesis to Makayla Adams, of Prestonsburg, left, and Lindsay Caudill, of Prestonsburg, during the opening Appalachian BOLD camp on Monday, June 13.

PRESTONSBURG – Looking for a BOLD summer camp experience?
Look no further than Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC). 
The college, in conjunction with the Alltech Outreach Education Program and the University of Kentucky, launched its second-ever Appalachian BOLD (Bioeconomy, Outreach, Leadership and Development) camp for seventh and eighth graders on Monday, June 13 on its Prestonsburg campus.
Additional free two-day camps will run from June 20-21 and June 22-23. 
To register for one of the camps, call Pauletta Burke at (606) 886-7398.


Red Bush Community fundraiser

By Nancy Daniels
Staff Writer

This Saturday a Corn Hole Tournament was held at the Red Bush Community Center. Even though the weather was a little warm, the community came together for a good cause and hoped to rebuild revenue for the center.
There was lots of food, soft drinks, and wax tarts for sale.
President Robert Castle said the Community Center began in 1975 and at the time was held at Paul E. Keeton’s Grocery store. But with the help of members and the community the building that now houses the center was opened later.
The devastating flooding of July 2015 in the communities of Red Bush and Flat Gap had the community coming together to help in any way that they could.
Members of the Red Bush Community Center cooked food and delivered meals to people without power, delivered bottled water, and delivered supplies where they were needed. Even with the many donations, the flooding took a toll on the funding.
“This is the first year we have had a fundraiser, but we will be doing more if the turnout is good,” said Castle. There are plans to do more things later. A horseshoe tournament and a campout have been suggested.
The center can be rented by the hour or by the day. For more information call Bill Castle at 265-3105.
The Red Bush Community Center meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. The Red Bush Busy Bees also have their homemakers meeting at the center the same date and time.


Area Briefs
Grief Support Group Meetings
Appalachian Hospice Care will host Grief Support Group Meetings every first Thursday, 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. at two locations. The Hager Hill Office is located at 1520 KY Rt. 1428, phone (606) 789-3841. The Pikeville Office is located at 1414 S. Mayo Trl., phone (606) 432-2112. Light refreshments will be served. Open to everyone.

Caregiver Support Program
National Family Caregiver Support Program helps people who are taking care of loved ones who are 60 years or older or grandparents who are raising grandchildren. Services include: Educational information on various topics, free training for caregivers, support groups, temporary respite services to “give caregivers a break,” and other types of assistance. The program links caregivers with any community resource that may be available to them and helps some caregivers with supplemental services like: building a handicap ramp, buying supplies or providing transportation. For more information, contact Tara Little at 1-800-737-2723 or tara.little@bigsandy.org.

Addiction Counseling
Narconon reminds families that abuse of addictive pharmaceutical drugs is on the rise. Learn to recognize the signs of drug abuse and get your loved ones help if they are at risk. Call Narconon for a free brochure on the signs of addiction for all types of drugs. Narconon also offers free screenings and referrals. 800-431-1754 or Prescription-abuse.org.

Foster Parent Orientation
Interested in becoming a foster parent? Learn how. Benchmark Family Services will be conducting foster parent orientation classes daily. Classes are FREE. Please contact us at (606) 886-0163 to schedule an appointment. Our location is 91 Oak Ridge Court, Prestonsburg. Open your heart and your home to a child who needs them today!

Farmers’ Market Senior Vouchers begin June 1 
The Johnson Co. Extension Office will begin distributing senior vouchers on June 1st. Distribution will be done Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 11:30a.m. and from 1 pm. to 4 p.m. Participants must be age 60 or over, meet income guidelines, bring proof of age and proof of income to enroll. For further information, call 789-8108.

Veterans’ Service Needed
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) need men or women willing to give back to the community by being part of the Honor Guard. The Honor Guard provides the 21-gun salute at gravesites when a brother passes on. The DAV will furnish uniforms and transportation. All you need to provide is your commitment and DD 214. Your community needs you now. For more information, call Commander Ballard Shepherd at (606) 889-8629 or Adjutant Robert Trador at (606) 789-6124.

Front Porch ‘Pickin
The Country Music Highway Museum in Staffordsville is hosting Front Porch Pickin’ every Thursday at 7 p.m. Performances are open microphone nights for area musicians held at the museum and broadcast online at www.aroundpaintsville.com under the Front Porch Pickin’ tab. For more information, call Joanne Litteral at (606)297-1469.

June 9:
- Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center: June classes have been scheduled for the OSCAR on Route 40 West in Oil Springs. A Beginning Sewing Class has been scheduled for June 9 at 10 a.m. For more information call (606)297-3915, (606)297-7777 or visit the OSCAR on Facebook.

- Book Discussion at Johnson County Public Library: The Johnson County Public Library will be discussing the book Kentucky Woman: The Life of Viebie Cantron Cantrell on June 9 from 12:10 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. Please bring a sack lunch and drink. To reserve a book or for more information, call the library at (606) 789-4355.

June 10:
- Johnson County 4-H Shooting Club: The Johnson County 4-H Shooting Club will be holding a meeting on June 10 at 6 p.m. in the field on Hwy 460 beside the Rockhouse Fire Department. For more information, call (606)789-8108.

June 11:
- Red Bush Corn Hole Tournament: A corn hole tournament will be held on Saturday, June 11 at the Red Bush Community Center. Admission is $10 per two person teams with concessions available. Competition starts at 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. For more information, call Robert Castle (606) 331-0210.

June 13:
- Appalachian Bold Camps: Big Sandy Community and Technical College, the East Kentucky Science Center & Varia Planetarium, and the University of Kentucky will host free Appalachian Bold Camps for 7th and 8th graders on June 13-14 and June 15-16 on the Prestonsburg campus of BSCTC. Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Pauletta Burke at (606) 886-7398.

June 16:
- Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center: June classes have been scheduled for the OSCAR on Route 40 West in Oil Springs. A Kids Art Camp for children ages 5 and up is scheduled for June 16 from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. For more information call (606)297-3915, (606)297-7777 or visit the OSCAR on Facebook.

June 17:
- Riceville Freewill Baptist Church Bible School: You are welcome to the Riceville Freewill Baptist Church for our Cowabunga Farm Vacation Bible School from June 13 through June 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each night. Classes are for ages 3 and up. For more information, call (606) 297-2282 or (606) 297-2128.

June 18:
- Meade Memorial High School Reunion: There will be a reunion for all former students and staff of Meade Memorial High School on Saturday, June 18 starting at noon at the Elam Farm located next to the school. Cost is $10 per person. You may send this to Charles Hyden at 5138 KY Hwy 1559, Sitka, KY 41255. For additional information, you may call Charles Hyden at (606) 297-6252. Money was due on May 27.

June 20:
- Appalachian Bold Camps: Big Sandy Community and Technical College, the East Kentucky Science Center & Varia Planetarium, and the University of Kentucky will host free Appalachian Bold Camps for 7th and 8th graders on June 20-21 and June 22-23 on the Prestonsburg campus of BSCTC. Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Pauletta Burke at (606) 886-7398.

June 23:
- Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center: June classes have been scheduled for the OSCAR on Route 40 West in Oil Springs. A Kids Painting Class has been scheduled for children ages 8 and up on June 23 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. For more information call (606) 297-3915, (606)297-7777 or visit the OSCAR on Facebook.

June 24:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, June 24. Each month of participation earns you a change to wind gas cards, gift certificates, and other helpful management tools. Come and go as you need. Must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

June 25:
- Levisa Fork Paddle Fest: Paintsville and Prestonsburg Tourism invites everyone out to a kayak and canoe Paddle Fest on the Levisa Fork. Launch in the river behind Billy Ray’s in Prestonsburg and paddle up to the old water plant in Paintsville. Watercraft rentals will be available from Legends Outfitters or Jenny Wiley State Park Resort. Shuttle transportation back to your vehicle in Prestonsburg. $10 per person for meal and shuttle. Register in advance by calling (606) 886-1341. For more information, call (606) 297-1469.

June 27:
- Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center: June classes have been scheduled for the OSCAR on Route 40 West in Oil Springs. A Painting on Wood and Garden Art class is scheduled for June 27 at 6 p.m. For more information call (606) 297-3915, (606)297-7777 or visit the OSCAR on Facebook.

- Kids Theater Camp: The Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center has scheduled a Kids Theater Camp from June 27-July 1. For more information call Terry Salyer at (606)367-3839.

June 30:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Tuning into the Time workshop will be held on Thursday, June 30 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

July 8:
- Kids College: Big Sandy Community and Technical College will host a FREE Kids College in its Mayo Campus on July 8 and July 15. The event will start at 10 a.m. and is open to children ages four and five years old. For more information, call Fallon Watson at (606) 789-5321 or email fallon.watson@kctcs.edu.

July 22:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Safety” workshop will be held on Friday, July 22 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

- Kids College: Big Sandy Community and Technical College will host a FREE Kids College in its Mayo Campus on July 22. The event will start at 10 a.m. and is open to children ages four and five years old. For more information, call Fallon Watson at (606) 789-5321 or email fallon.watson@kctcs.edu.

July 23:
- Levisa Fork Paddle Fest: Paintsville and Prestonsburg Tourism invites everyone out to a kayak and canoe Paddle Fest on the Levisa Fork. Launch in the river behind Billy Ray’s in Prestonsburg and paddle up to the old water plant in Paintsville. Watercraft rentals will be available from Legends Outfitters or Jenny Wiley State Park Resort. Shuttle transportation back to your vehicle in Prestonsburg. $10 per person for meal and shuttle. Register in advance by calling (606) 886-1341. For more information, call (606) 297-1469.

July 29:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, July 29. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

- Kids College: Big Sandy Community and Technical College will host a FREE Kids College in its Mayo Campus on July 29. The event will start at 10 a.m. and is open to children ages four and five years old. For more information, call Fallon Watson at (606) 789-5321 or email fallon.watson@kctcs.edu.

August 6:
- Childer’s Family Reunion: The Childer’s Family reunion is scheduled for Aug 6 at Highlands Church of Christ Fellowship Hall in Paintsville. Bring covered dishes and cold drinks, ham, chicken and tableware are provided. Registration begins at 11 a.m. with lunch around 12p.m. For more information, contact Donna Cox (740) 532-6301 or email dscox50@gmail.com; or contact reunion hosts Glen and Donna Childers at (606) 79-7221. All descendants of Abraham and Elizabeth Childers, all Childers lines and Preston cousins are welcome.

August 13:
- The 1971 JCHS Class Reunion will be held Saturday, August 13 at 6 p.m. at the Ramada Inn in Paintsville. The cost is $30 per person. Please make checks payable to “JCHS Class of 1971” and mail to Edith Haley, 314 North Buckingham Ave., West Van Lear, KY 41268. Deadline is June 1. This will allow time to make all preparations. For additional information, please call (606) 788-9006 or (606) 789-8806.

August 19:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Know Your Health Numbers” workshop will be held on Friday, August 19 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

August 26:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, August 26. Each month of participation earns you a change to wind gas cards, gift certificates, and other helpful management tools. Come and go as you need. Must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

August 27:
- Levisa Fork Paddle Fest: Paintsville and Prestonsburg Tourism invites everyone out to a kayak and canoe Paddle Fest on the Levisa Fork. Launch in the river behind Billy Ray’s in Prestonsburg and paddle up to the old water plant in Paintsville. Watercraft rentals will be available from Legends Outfitters or Jenny Wiley State Park Resort. Shuttle transportation back to your vehicle in Prestonsburg. $10 per person for meal and shuttle. Register in advance by calling (606) 886-1341. For more information, call (606) 297-1469.

September 2:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Stress Management” workshop will be held on Friday, September 2 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

September 24:
- Levisa Fork Paddle Fest: Paintsville and Prestonsburg Tourism invites everyone out to a kayak and canoe Paddle Fest on the Levisa Fork. Launch in the river behind Billy Ray’s in Prestonsburg and paddle up to the old water plant in Paintsville. Watercraft rentals will be available from Legends Outfitters or Jenny Wiley State Park Resort. Shuttle transportation back to your vehicle in Prestonsburg. $10 per person for meal and shuttle. Register in advance by calling (606) 886-1341. For more information, call (606) 297-1469.

September 30:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 30. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

October 14:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Financial Affairs” workshop will be held on Friday, October 14 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

October 15:
- 2nd Annual Cure Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Cure Kirsten 5K & 10K: The second annual Cure SMA Cure Kirsten 5K & 10K race is scheduled for Oct. 15 at 9 a.m. on the Paintsville Track located at 232 Preston St. in Paintsville. Registration is available up to July 15 for $20. Registration on the day of the race opens at 7:45 a.m. For more information, email wcornett3@aol.com.

October 22:
- Levisa Fork Paddle Fest: Paintsville and Prestonsburg Tourism invites everyone out to a kayak and canoe Paddle Fest on the Levisa Fork. Launch in the river behind Billy Ray’s in Prestonsburg and paddle up to the old water plant in Paintsville. Watercraft rentals will be available from Legends Outfitters or Jenny Wiley State Park Resort. Shuttle transportation back to your vehicle in Prestonsburg. $10 per person for meal and shuttle. Register in advance by calling (606) 886-1341. For more information, call (606) 297-1469.

October 28:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, October 28. Each month of participation earns you a change to wind gas cards, gift certificates, and other helpful management tools. Come and go as you need. Must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

November 11:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Sleep” workshop will be held on Friday, November 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

November 18:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 18. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

December 9:
- Keys to Healthy Living: The “Taking Time for Yourself” workshop will be held on Friday, December 9 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office. The Extension Office is hosting a comprehensive workshop series to explore key strategies to help everyone live fuller, more rewarding lives. Prize drawing at meeting. For more information, contact the Extension Office at (606) 789-8108.

December 16:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

February 26:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 26. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

April 29:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 29. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

June 24:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, June 24. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

August 26:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug 26. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.

October 28:
- Don’t Charge, Take Charge: This free “Lunch & Learn” session provided by the Johnson County Extension Office is geared toward helping people learn how to manage their money wisely during tough economic times. The session will be held 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 28. Each month you attend, your name will be entered for a drawing for prizes. Come as you need, but you must preregister. For more information, call (606) 789-8108.



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