Go to our Facebook page for announcements and pictures posted after each event, www.facebook.com/ pages/Hemphill-Community Center.
We are very grateful for all our lovely friends who joined us on Friday night to celebrate our Black Sheep Brick Oven Bakery Project. The project will be a much needed revenue stream for Hemphill Community Center and jobs and training for local folks. This project is made possible by a grant from Appalshop and the Letcher Co. Culture Hub.
Ground was broken as the construction crew began digging the footer in the morning on Saturday, Jan 20. Weather permitting it will not be long now. Good bread is coming . . .
Weekly Quote: If you lose sight of where you come from you can’t get to where you’re trying to go. Reverend Bishop Willy Lamb, McRoberts
This wisdom of the elders quote was spoken at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast in Whitesburg, on Jan. 15.
Schedule of events
Jan. 26: The Right Fork Ramblers will be our featured band. They are so good you can’t keep your feet from flat footing. Come on out and support these great musicians. We think they are one of the best things since sliced bread. We’ll be watching for your arrival.
Jan. 28: Monthly Shape Note Singing 2–5 p.m.
Jan. 30: Senior Fellowship 10 a.m.-12: p.m.
Jan. 30: Four Seasons Martial Arts 5:30 p.m.
Feb. 2: Will Caudill and Rt. 7.
Feb. 9: The Country Troubadours and the Valentine potluck dinner. Bring a covered dish of your speciality. Bring your sweetie or come looking for one.
Feb 16: Cross Country Bluegrass.
Friday Nite Pickin’: Children get in free when accompanied by an adult. Open mic at intermission. Family friendly environment.
Inclement weather policy: Check our Facebook page for cancellations. Cancellations will be posted at least two hours before any scheduled event.
For more information, on events and catering: (606) 671-7023, (606) 821- 8723.
Hemphill Community Center is located at the old Hemphill Grade School building at 2514 Hwy. 317, Jackhorn, KY 41825.
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:21-23