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June 22, 2018

Louisa Community Family and Friends Bike Ride coming up July 1...

June 21, 2018

Music, food and fun sponsored by Tourism Committee...RIC MAY WILL EMCEE

 

June 15, 2018

 

Johnson County Middle School this coming fall. Seth, the son of Danny Stephen Davis and Azzie Davis, has been invited to play in the Diamond Sports Group’s D1 Savage Regional All Star Series being held this weekend, June 15-17, in Canton, OhioJohnson County Middle School this coming fall. Seth, the son of Danny Stephen Davis and Azzie Davis, has been invited to play in the Diamond Sports Group’s D1 Savage Regional All Star Series being held this weekend, June 15-17, in Canton, Ohio

Danny Seth Davis is a twelve year - old youth football star from Porter Elementary School. Seth, the son of Danny Stephen Davis and Azzie Davis, has been invited to play in the DIAMOND SPORTS GROUP'S D1 SAVAGE REGIONAL ALL STAR SERIES being held this weekend, June 15-17, in Canton, Ohio.

Seth Davis is one of only three players in his age group from the state of Kentucky to be invited to attend this elite eventSeth Davis is one of only three players in his age group from the state of Kentucky to be invited to attend this elite eventThis invitation-only all-star series is set to find and showcase the top 3rd-8th grade youth players in the country. Seth is one of only three players in his age group from the state of Kentucky to be invited to attend this elite event.

An invitation will be extended to the top players from the All Star Games to participate in the Diamond Elite East vs West All American Game that is held each year in Las Vegas, Nevada.

We would like to wish Seth Davis all the best luck and hopes for a wonderful experience!

--Donna Howard

JUNE 13, 2017

 

Head Coach, Heath Webb along with the parents and players of the LCHS Girls Soccer team would like to announce their upcoming salad sale. This salad sale fundraiser will be on Wednesday, June 20th.

No need to run out for lunch....the players will deliver!!! The salads are made FRESH the morning of the sale and delivered to you. They are delicious, nutritious and not too expensive, at just $6 each!! If you plan to go out for lunch, you could always order a salad to take home for dinner!!

All proceeds are used to send the players to Morehead State University Summer Soccer Team Camp. We have 15 talented young ladies planning to attend and the cost is $410 per player, so your purchase is greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks to everyone for your purchase and continued support!! Contact Danielle Stepp for more information at 606-369-0885.

 

 

 

June 7, 2018

 

Public Notice:

The Louisa Public Utilities will be completing mandatory fire hydrant flushing through the end of June. This process is done annually and is necessary to ensure the proper function of hydrants. Flushing is performed in the evening/night hours on weekdays. Crews are currently working in areas in the county. Beginning on June 11, Crews will begin flushing hydrants in and around city limits. Flushing hydrants causes a rush of water through the water lines and in some cases, especially in the downtown area, may cause discolored water, due to sediment in the lines being knocked loose. This is harmless and will dissipate quickly, usually in a couple of hours. If you notice discolored water, you may want to refrain from washing light colored or white clothes until your water returns to normal to avoid staining. We apologize for any inconvenience while we work through this necessary step to ensure public safety.


Jason Helton
Louisa Public Utilities
Ph. 606-638-4566
Fax. 606-638-1338

 

June 6, 2018

AMAZON LEXINGTON looking for 600 workers at job fair June 9...

Job candidates must have hair longer than shoulder length tied up...

Business Lexington

Amazon is hiring for 600 full-time, permanent positions for its fulfillment operations in Lexington during a job fair. The Summer Open House Hiring Event will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at 172 Trade Street in Lexington, and online at www.amazon.com/lexingtonjobs. Shift schedules and responsibilities vary.

New employees will join the more than 125,000 regular, full-time employees at Amazon’s more than 100 fulfillment centers across North America to help pick, pack and ship customer ordersNew employees will join the more than 125,000 regular, full-time employees at Amazon’s more than 100 fulfillment centers across North America to help pick, pack and ship customer orders

All candidates will be able to tour the fulfillment center, and are encouraged to dress comfortably for the event, including closed-toe, flat heeled shoes, no loose or dangling jewelry or accessories, and hair longer than shoulder length tied up.

New employees will join the more than 125,000 regular, full-time employees at Amazon’s more than 100 fulfillment centers across North America to help pick, pack and ship customer orders.

 

June 4, 2018

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