Shelter seeks young artists
LANCASTER — Central Kentucky Regional Humane Society announces “Paws for Love,” a program that seeks to partner with youth artists, specifically elementary through high school ages, for 12 months.
Participants will be invited to submit artwork which will be displayed and sold at the shelter year-round, with the artist receiving 70 percent and the shelter receiving 30 percent of the profits. The artwork will be accepted beginning Saturday during regular shelter hours. For more information, including the rules and entry forms, call (859) 792-4581.
Cancer fundraiser planned at Centre
Collin's Classic for Children with Cancer, a central Kentucky non-profit organization that raises funds for children suffering from cancer, will hold an event called ''Divided on the Court, United for Collin'' at 7 p.m. Wednesday during the Centre College vs. Transylvania University men's basketball game at Centre.
The group will sell "C vs. T" cups, raffle items donated by local businesses and take donations throughout the night.
Julia Poynter, Collin's Classic president, will give a short speech about the organization and announce raffle winners during half time. Country music duo Aly'An, who recently performed at the vice-presidential debate and consists of Andrea Warner, a Transylvania alum, and Alyson Burke, a Centre alum, will perform the national anthem.
For more information, visit www.CollinsClassic.org.
Lung cancer vigil held
Big Daddy’s Race for Time and Commonwealth Cancer Center will partner to host a candlelight vigil 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Commonwealth Cancer¿Center on Techwood Drive. The group will be joining 125 communities across the nation in hosting the Shine a Light on Lung Cancer Vigil to raise awareness about lung cancer.
Danville parade winners announced
Floats participating in Saturday night’s Christmas parade competed for first, second and third place in one overall category. Winners were A Children’s Place, with first; Self-Refind, with second; and Danville Church of God, with third place. The theme was classic Christmas characters.
Revival planned in Crab Orchard
Crab Orchard Baptist Church is hosting a revival at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday with evangelist T.J. Godbey. Come out for a blessing.
Boyle County Fiscal Court — 10 a.m. Tuesday at the courthouse. Agenda items include courtroom construction project and discussion of part-time personnel additions.
Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning — 9 a.m. Dec. 5 at Danville city hall. The technical review staff will meet 9 a.m. Thursday in the city hall conference room. Items on the agenda include consent agenda for estate of Eben Henson, East Main Street; Dwayne Brown, Waterworks Road; and zone change hearing for J. Mark Goggans on Perryville Street. Other agenda items are financial reports, Architectural Review Board ordinance revisions and 2013 meeting schedule.
Danville-Boyle County Recreation — 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Boyle County Fiscal Courtroom. Items on the agenda include: 2011-2012 audit report; treasurer’s, maintenance and director’s reports; review of scholarship policy; 2013 youth football program; 2012 concession report; contracts with Morise Mustangs, ASA¿Softball and KIAC event; and new business of General Mills Grant (partnership with Wellness Center) and meeting with tourism director.