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Senior Fellowship a success




Staff members at Letcher Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation said of Mother’s Day, “We celebrate the extraordinary importance of mothers in our lives. Mothers are the rocks of our families and a foundation in our communities. In gratitude for their generous love and lifelong support, let us remember our mothers who are with us and those who are no longer with us, but yet inspire us still.” Joining the nursing home residents on Mother’s Day were Judge/Executive Jim Ward and his wife Joan. Pictured are Georgia Adams and her family.

Staff members at Letcher Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation said of Mother’s Day, “We celebrate the extraordinary importance of mothers in our lives. Mothers are the rocks of our families and a foundation in our communities. In gratitude for their generous love and lifelong support, let us remember our mothers who are with us and those who are no longer with us, but yet inspire us still.” Joining the nursing home residents on Mother’s Day were Judge/Executive Jim Ward and his wife Joan. Pictured are Georgia Adams and her family.

Check out our Facebook page for announcements and pictures posted after each event, www.facebook.com/ pages/Hemphill-Community- Center.

We are pleased to announce we will soon possess a unique brand of our own with which to market our community center and our catering company. We are working with Mountain Tech Media of Whitesburg to develop such a brand as part of our efforts to refine and customize our new venture and future endeavors. We are excited about this.

The Senior Fellowship is a huge success with the seniors working together to build an enduring tradition of food, fellowship, and good times. Who says they have to let life pass them by after a certain point? These feisty folks are blazing yet another trail for us to follow. Our hats are off to them as they have taken the reins and are joyfully moving on. This is a powerful example of resilience.

Friday Nite Pickin’ was a great success last week. We greatly enjoyed Cross Country Bluegrass. These guys are some of the greatest pickers anywhere. William Caudill is a guitar picker second to none. Marcus Riley is extraordinary on the mandolin. Anthony O’Quinne is a great bass player and can slap that up right with the very “best of them.” Buddy Young is just that . . . a buddy/ friend to all and a dynamite banjo picker/steel guitarist/ piano player. These guys are singers all with multilayered harmonies and sweet solos. All together this makes for a great evening of entertainment and fun.

We sure are appreciative of all who came out to enjoy them with us. We hope you will please come back soon.

Schedule of events:

Friday Nite Pickin’ on May 27, at 7:30 p.m., Dawson Creek will return to help set toes tapping and feet dancing. Their brand of bluegrass is hard to beat with sweet three-part harmony being one of their strengths. They throw in a sprinkling of humor and a dash of laughter for good measure. Come on out and have fun with us.

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Coal Miner’s Memorial Homecoming and Candlelight Ceremony on Saturday, May 28. Open mic will begin at 3:30 p.m. Dawson Creek will play at 4:30 p.m. and Mountain Melody at 6 p.m.

A candlelight ceremony for the fallen miners will begin at approximately 7:30 pm. Admission is free. Bring a friend and your chairs. This event is a collaborative effort of the Coal Miners Memorial Organization and community partners. Please contact Rob for more information at (606) 855-4075.

May 31: Senior Fellowship 10 a.m.

June 3: Will Caudill and RT 7.

June 7: Senior Fellowship 10 a.m.

June 10: The Country Troubadours.

June 14: Senior Fellowship 10 a.m.

June 17: Cross Country Bluegrass.

June 21: Senior Fellowship 10 a.m.

June 24: Dawson Creek.

June 28: Senior Fellowship 10 a.m.

Friday Nite Pickin’: Children get in free when accompanied by an adult. Open mic at intermission. Target audience country, folk, bluegrass, and Americana in a family friendly environment.

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


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